Below are quotes, sayings or excerpts which you may or may not derive interest and wisdom from. Indulge...

  • 'When justice is crushed, when evil rules supreme, then I come. For the protection of the good, for the destruction of the evil-doers, for the sake of firmly establishing righteousness, I am born in age after age...'
    -Bhagavad-Gita 4.7-8

    [Savitri Devi, circa 1937]

  • 'Sunshine is beautiful, daylight is sweet; and yet, more beautiful, and sweeter still, is death for Thee, death for Thy great Idea to triumph; for Thy reign to come.'
    -Savitri Devi, 'Forever and Ever', Chapter 3, page 15

    [August Kubizek]

  • 'It was as though something strange, other-worldly, was bursting out of him.'
    -August Kubizek, 'The Young Hitler I Knew' (pg.33). Kubizek was speaking of the magical nature of his childhood best friend, Adolf Hitler, who was sixteen at the time.

  • 'It was not sympathy in the ordinary sense which he [Adolf Hitler] felt for the disinherited. That would not have been sufficient. He not only suffered with them, he lived for them and devoted all his thoughts to the salvation of those people from distress and poverty... his noble and grandiose work, which was intended 'for everybody'...
    -August Kubizek, 'The Young Hitler I Knew' (pg.173).

  • ' know, to dare, to will, and to be silent; and the last of the four is the hardest of them all.'
    -At the Feet of the Master, written by Alcyone (Krishnamurti)

  • '46 years hanging on my bones...
    all those years shot through the head
    assassinated forever
    drunk senseless
    hobbled and slugged in factories
    poked with bad dreams
    dripping away in mouse- and ghost-infested rooms
    across an America without meaning'
    -Charles Bukowski, from his 1969 book of poetry 'The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses Over the Hills'

    [A.J.P. Taylor]

  • 'Far from wanting a great war, as is often alleged, Hitler was virtually the only statesman in Europe resolved to avoid one.'
    -A.J.P. Taylor taken from the article 'Hitler as Strategist'.

  • 'Hitler did not fail because of his blunders. It was his enemies who made the blunders. Despite this they proved, in the end, too strong for him. The God of War does not like cleverness. He likes the big battalions. And that is why Hitler lost World War II.'
    -A.J.P. Taylor taken from the article 'Hitler as Strategist'.

    [Benito Mussolini]

  • 'We must suffer if we are to achieve redemption. Millions of Italians today and tomorrow must see and feel in their bones the meaning of defeat and dishonor. They must know what it means to lose one's independence, to become the slaves rather than the masters of their political fate, to be completely disarmed and powerless to resist. We must drink this bitter cup to the dregs. Only after we have touched bottom can we hope to rise again. Only intolerance of their humiliation will endow Italians with the strength to rise above it.
    -Benito Mussolini, 'My Rise and Fall' (pg.133).

  • 'Is there anyone left to look after the cemeteries where our brothers are sleeping? Who is watching over the truly holy ground of Hill 731? The mountains where once battle raged, when in a storm of fire and steel men fought against men, are now wrapped in deep silence. But the 400,000 Italian soldiers who fought in Albania still cherish these places in their hearts. Let us set out again on our way, with our eyes on the road before us.
    -Benito Mussolini, 'My Rise and Fall' (pg.133).

  • 'We had all heard of them shooting their prisoners or herding them into burning buildings, but these men were kind, chivalrous and even comforting.'
    -British Lieutenant-Colonel John Frost, referring to his experience with the SS when he was captured by them during WW2.

    [Rudolf Hess]

  • 'It is a sad world, full of suffering lurking in the background, always ready to drop on us suddenly, culminating in the 'immense solemnity of the hour of death.''
    -Rudolf Hess, written in a 1951 letter to his son, Wolf Hess. Rudolf had already been imprisoned for a decade. Little did either of them know he would serve the next 36 years in the dungeons of the victorious Allies. 46 years in all, practically a lifetime, and for what? 'Crimes against peace' as he was charged in the Nuremberg show trials? Certainly not, for he was a man of peace if there ever was one. The British government mysteriously sealed the Hess file until 2017, maybe then we can know the truth.

    [Hermann Goering]

  • 'I'd rather die as a martyr than a traitor.'
    -Hermann Goering.

  • 'Nuremberg violated all principles of international law and equality. The Allies had no right to pass judgement on German nationals on German soil. It was only a case of the victors judging the vanquished... Don't you think the Allied bombing of Dresden and the American nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki , when Japan was already defeated, qualified under the Nuremberg definition of war crimes-'the wanton destruction of towns and villages'? There were a lot of examples like this... Nuremberg was a super-Versailles.'
    -Wolf Hess, the son of Rudolf Hess.

  • 'If the Nuremberg 'victor's law' was genuine law then Spandau would be filled with the politicians responsible for more than one hundred forty wars and forty million dead since the end of the Second World War. This double standard did not affect their conscience.'
    -Wolf Hess, the son of Rudolf Hess, in 1970 talking about his father's inhumane and hypocritical imprisonment in the fortress prison Spandau.

  • 'The truth cannot be permanently suppressed. I view the hectic attempts of the Allies with a certain irony, even though I know that this behavior finally robbed me of my father and let him become the victim of a murder conspiracy. With this murder, the Allies only took a further step toward esposing themselves. The murder will be traced back to them and will, with an even greater certainty, shatter them more than the imprisonment of my father has already done.'
    -Wolf Hess, the son of Rudolf Hess, speaking out after the murder of his ninety-three year old father in Allied Spandau prison.

  • 'The American efforts have failed. They wanted history to know that every German was a Nazi and that every Nazi was bad so that the Germans collectively felt guilty. That was ridiculous and we now know it. The title 'war criminal' for my father means nothing. In some years history will take a different perspective on these so-called crimes and my father will be seen in a proper and good way. It will be seen that the former Allies, the victors of World War II, are anything but the host of morality, justice, and humanity, as which they made themselves judges over Germany. It's changing already. You cannot hide the truth forever.'
    -Wolf Hess, the son of Rudolf Hess.

    [Edith Starr Miller and her two eldest children]

  • 'Today, most of the good people are afraid to be good. They strive to be broadminded and tolerant! It is fashionable to be tolerant-but mostly tolerant of evil...'
    -Edith Starr Miller, under her pen name of Lady Queenborough, from the book 'Occult Theocrasy', ©1933, reprinted for 'private circulaton only' in 1968.

  • 'If one of us becomes tired,
    The others are awake for him.
    If one of us wants to doubt,
    The others who believe laugh.
    If one of us is to fall,
    The others stand for two,
    Because each fighter is a God,
    The comrades together.'
    -A German song quoted in the book 'Lucifer's Court', by Otto Rahn. ©1937

  • 'Tyranny is defined as that which is legal for the government but illegal for the citizenry.'
    -Thomas Jefferson

  • 'If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.'
    -Samuel Adams (1722-1803) from a speech delivered at the State House in Philadelphia on August 1, 1776.

  • 'To choose a good book, look in an inquisitor's prohibited list.'
    -John Aikin (1747-1822)

  • 'Not being known doesn't stop the truth from being true.'
    -Richard David Bach

  • 'We painted Hitler as a monster, a devil. And that's why we could not move away from that portrayal after the war. We had mobilized the masses against the devil incarnate. And so we were forced to continue in this satanic scenario after the war. We could not possibly have explained to our people that the war had actually been only a preventative economic measure.'
    -James Addison Baker, Secretary of State of the United States, as quoted in the German magazine Der Spiegel, issue 13, 1992.

  • 'There is only one time when it is essential to awaken. That time is now.'
    -Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama)(c. 563 - c. 483 BC), Indian prince, founder of Buddhism

  • 'Germany is becoming too strong. We must crush her...'
    -British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965), speaking to American General Robert E. Wood, in November 1936.

  • 'Germany's unforgivable crime before the second world war was her attempt to extricate her economic power from the world's trading system and to create her own exchange mechanism which would deny world finance its opportunity to profit.'
    -British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965), speaking to Lord Robert Boothby.

  • 'You must understand that this war is not against Hitler or National Socialism, but against the strength of the German people, which is to be smashed once and for all, regardless of whether it is in the hands of Hitler or a Jesuit priest.'
    -British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965), from the book by Emrys Hughes, 'Winston Churchill - His Career in War and Peace.'

  • 'The war was not only waged to defeat fascism in Germany, but to conquer the German export market. We could have, if we had wanted, prevented war in 1935, without firing a shot, but we did not wish to do so.'
    -British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965), March 5, 1946, speaking at a small college in Fulton, Missouri.

  • 'Hitler and the German people didn't want this war. We didn´t answer Hitler´s various petitions for peace. Now we have to admit that he was right. Instead of a cooperation with Germany, which he had offered us, now stands the gigantic, imperialistic might of the Soviets. I feel ashamed to see how the same intentions which we accused Hitler of now are pursued under a different name.'
    -Sir Hartley Shawcross, British chief-accuser in Nuremberg, March 16, 1984

  • 'Liberty is meaningless where the right to utter one's thoughts and opinions has ceased to exist. That, of all rights, is the dread of tyrants. It is the right which they first of all strike down.'
    -Frederick Douglass (1818-1895)

  • 'What thrust us into war were not Hitler's political teachings: the cause, this time, was his successful attempt to establish a new economy. The causes of the war were: envy, greed, and fear.'
    -British General and Historian John Frederick Charles Fuller (1878-1966)

  • 'If you have Right on your side, and patience, your time will come.'
    -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  • 'Whenever one agrees with the majority it's time to stop and think.'
    -Mark Twain (1835-1910

  • 'Do not fear the enemy, for your enemy can only take your life. It is far better that you fear the media, for they will steal your Honor.'
    -Mark Twain (1835-1910)

  • 'After our front was pierced on the river Vistula, we were rushed to the Schwedt area and established a bridgehead there. What is there to say? We had some heavy battles around Konigsberg-Neumark. When the Russians attacked [on February 9, 1945], we were able to bust up several T-34 tanks, but at a great cost of many dead and wounded paratroopers. We destroyed seven tanks in the first assault. The attack continued, this time the Russians had tied to their tanks women from the area.'
    -Unterscharfuhrer Erhart Knofel, a veteran medic, describing a tale of utter evil and darkness, perpetrated by the 'good guys', the victorious 'Allies'...

  • '...Hess had his birds. Every day, twice a day, birds awaited Hess in the garden. Crows, pidgeons and song birds flew in waiting for the old man, with his paper bag full of crumbs from the kitchen, to make his solitary walks in the morning and afternoon.'
    -From the book 'Talking to Rudolf Hess' by Desmond Zwar

  • 'Despite the fearsome odds, few German units disintegrated and most fought on to the bitter end. The formidable discipline and professionalism of the German army was never demonstrated more clearly than in the dying moments of the Nazi regime.'
    -From the book 'World War II - Day by Day' by Chris Bishop & Chris McNab

    [Adolf Hitler]

  • '...there are two things which can unite men: common ideals and common criminality.'
    -Adolf Hitler, from a speech given in Munich on August 1, 1923

  • 'The prisons to which our comrades are being sent will be places of honor for German youth.'
    -Adolf Hitler, before the Munich court, during his trial where General Ludendorff and he were tried for attempting to seize power in Munich on November 8, 1923

  • 'For, gentlemen, it is not you who pronounce judgement upon us, it is the eternal Court of History which will make its pronouncement upon the charge which is brought against us. The judgement that you will pass, that I know. But that court will judge us... who as Germans have wished the best for their people and their Fatherland, who wished to fight and die. You may declare us guilty a thousand times, but the Goddess who presides over the Eternal Court of History will, with a smile, tear in pieces the charge of the Public Prosecuter and the judgement of the court: For she declares us guiltless.'
    -Adolf Hitler, before the Munich court, during his trial where General Ludendorff and he were tried for attempting to seize power in Munich on November 8, 1923

  • 'The basis which formed the foundation for our rise and growth in the past is valid also for the future. The following principle must be recognized: always only a part of the people will be composed of really active fighters... From them more is demanded than from the millions of their countrymen. For them the mere profession 'I believe' is not enough: their vow must be 'I fight.''
    -Adolf Hitler, from a speech given on September 10, 1934

  • 'For in the early days it was dangerous to become a National Socialist, and for this reason we gained the best fighters.'
    -Adolf Hitler, from a speech given on September 10, 1934

  • 'We see in bolshevism more now than before the incarnation of human destructive forces. We do not blame the Russian people as such for this gruesome ideology of destruction. We know it is a small Jewish intellectual group which led a great nation into this position of madness.'
    -Adolf Hitler, from a speech given in Berlin at the Reichstag on February 20, 1938

  • 'I think it would not only be useful work to prevent the international dropping of poison, incendiary, and explosive bombs upon populations but above all to abolish the selling of newspapers which have a worse effect upon populations than bombs could ever have.'
    -Adolf Hitler, from a speech given in Berlin at the Reichstag on February 20, 1938

  • 'As a National Socialist and as a German soldier I enter upon this struggle with a stout heart. My whole life has been nothing but one long struggle for my people, for its restoration, and for Germany. There was only one watchword for that struggle: Faith in this people. One word I have never learned: that is, surrender.'
    -Adolf Hitler, from a speech given in Berlin at the Reichstag on September 1, 1938

  • '...these democracies which are overflowing with phrases about peace are the most bloodthirsty instigators of war.'
    -Adolf Hitler, from a speech given in Berlin on September 26, 1938

  • 'There is still another fact they [Britain] must observe. The Duce and I are neither Jews nor opportunists. When we two shake hands, it is with the firm grasp of men of honor.'
    -Adolf Hitler, from a speech given in Berlin at the Sportpalast on January 30, 1941

  • [Speaking of Italy] 'Their ideals and objectives are the same as ours: The world is not here for a few people, and an order based eternally on the distinction between the haves and the have-nots does not exist any more because the have-nots have determined to lay claim their portion of God's earth.'
    -Adolf Hitler, from a speech given in Berlin at the Zeughaus on March 16, 1941

  • 'To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.'

    [Hermann Goering]

  • 'I see a black future from Germany and the whole world.'
    -Reich Marshal Hermann Goering, in an impromptu interview with the Allied press shortly after the war after being asked the question: 'What future do you expect for Germany?'

  • 'What will count in the long run in determining Adolf Hitler's stature is not whether he lost or won the war but whether it was he or his adversaries who were on the side of the Life Force, whether it was he or they who served the cause of Truth and human progress. We only have to look around us today to know it was not they.'
    - Dr. William L. Pierce, from the article 'Adolf Hitler — The Measure of Greatness'

    [Hermann Goering]

  • 'We are unable to express our gratitude in words, my Fuhrer. Nor are we able to find the words to demonstrate our loyalty and affection for you. All the gratitude, love, and passionate faith in you, my Fuhrer, shines upon you today from a hundred thousand eyes. An entire Volk, an entire nation, is strong and happy today because these people have found in you more than a Fuhrer; they have also found a savior.'
    -Hermann Goering, who was Reichstag President, at the German Reichstag in Nuremberg, on September 15, 1935

  • 'I have never seen a happier people than the Germans. Hitler is one of the greatest men I have ever met.'
    - Lloyd George, British premier during World War I, after a visit to Germany in 1936, was quoted in the Daily Telegraph of 22nd September of that year

  • 'It would be a sin to lose what we fought for and gained, by so much work and so many worries... and by so many sacrifices and privations. We cannot give up what makes life worth living. It is worthwhile because ours is a great mission. The mission was not given to us by a worldly superior, but by God who created our nation!'
    - Adolf Hitler

  • 'No matter what we create today or what we do tomorrow, we will pass away. But, in you Germany will live. And when nothing remains of us, then you hold in your fist the flag we tore from nothing! I know this cannot be otherwise because you are flesh from our flesh and blood. The same spirit that dominates and burns in your young minds. As our government sweeps through Germany today, then I know you will join with them. And we know around us is Germany, in us Germany marches, and behind us Germany follows!'
    - Adolf Hitler in speech to youth

  • 'How could they consider harming their Fuehrer? Adolf Hitler was placed on earth by a higher power, perhaps Wotan himself, to fulfill a sacred mission.'
    -Jurgen Stroop, commenting on the cowardly bomb plot on Adolf Hitler's life.

    [Heinrich Himmler with his daughter Gudrin]

  • 'Can any man be loyal, who is disloyal to himself? Can any man be great, who is consumed with a longing to return to dust? Can any man be strong, who loves weakness? Can any man be proud, who wanders along in humility? Can any man be pure, who regards himself born in sin? ... What a strange god you Christians have, who created you upright, but who commands you to crawl to him on your knees! '
    -Heinrich Himmler, from his book 'The Voice of Our Ancestors

  • 'German racialism meant re-discovering the creative values of their own race, re-discovering their culture. It was a search for excellence, a noble ideal. National Socialist racialism was not against the other races, it was for its own race. It aimed at defending and improving its race, and wished that all other races did the same for themselves. That was demonstrated when the Waffen SS enlarged its ranks to include 60,000 Islamic SS. The Waffen SS respected their way of life, their customs, and their religious beliefs. Each Islamic SS battalion had an imam, each company had a mullah. It was our common wish that their qualities found their highest expression. This was our racialism. I was present when each of my Islamic comrades received a personal gift from Hitler during the new year. It was a pendant with a small Koran. Hitler was honoring them with this small symbolic gift. He was honoring them with what was the most important aspect of their lives and their history. National Socialist racialism was loyal to the German race and totally respected all other races.'
    -Leon Degrelle - Epic: The Story of the Waffen SS (Lecture given in 1982). Reprinted in The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 441-468

  • 'I would rather be ashes than dust!
    I would rather that my spark should burn out
    in a brilliant blaze than it should be stifled by dry-rot.
    I would rather be a superb meteor,
    every atom of me in magnificent glow,
    than a sleepy and permanent planet.
    The function of man is to live, not to exist.
    I shall not waste my days in trying to prolong them.
    I shall use my time.'
    -Jack London

  • 'Whenever I hear the word 'democracy' I know that a blood bath is coming.'
    -Klemens von Metternich

  • 'In this palace-
    the earth-
    pigs shit in
    golden bathrooms
    and the deaths
    of fools
    are followed by
    six blocks long.'
    -Charles Bukowski, from the poem 'the film makers'

  • 'Everyone's worried about stopping terrorism. Well, there's a really easy way: Stop participating in it.'
    -Noam Chomsky

  • 'He came slightly unstuck in time, saw the late movie backwards, then forwards again. It was a movie about American bombers in the Second World War and the gallant men who flew them. Seen backwards by Billy, the story went like this:
        American planes, full of holes and wounded men and corpses took off backwards from an airfield in England. Over France, a few German fighter planes flew at them backwards, sucked bullets and shell fragments from some of the planes and crewmen. They did the same for wrecked American bombers on the ground, and those planes flew up backwards to join the formation.
        The formation flew backwards over a German city that was in flames. The bombers opened their bomb bay doors, exerted a miraculous magnetism which shrunk the fires, gathered them into cylindrical steel containers, and lifted the containers into the bellies of the planes. The containers were stored neatly in the racks. The Germans below had miraculous devices of their own, which were long steel tubes. They used them to suck more fragments from the crewmen and planes. But there were still a few wounded Americans, though, and some of the bombers were in bad repair. Over France, though, German fighters came up again, made everything and everybody as good as new.
        When the bombers got back to their base, the steel cylinders were taken from the racks and shipped back to the United States of America, where factories were operating night and day, dismantling the cylinders, separating the dangerous contents into minerals. Touchingly, it was mainly women who did this work. The minerals were then shipped to specialists in remote areas. It was their business to put them into the ground, to hide them cleverly, so they would never hurt anybody ever again.'
    -Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., taken from his book 'Slaughterhouse Five'

  • 'To the meaningless French idealisms: Liberty, Equality and Fraternity, we prepose the three German realities: Infantry, Cavalry, and artillery.'
    -Prince Bernhard von Bulow

  • 'Better to fight and fall than live without hope.'
    -Volsung Saga

  • 'Modern capitalism is just as subversive as Marxism. The materialistic view of life on which both systems are based is identical. As long as we only talk about economic classes, profit, salaries, and production, and as long as we believe that real human progress is determined by a particular system of distrobution of wealth and goods, then we are not even close to what is essential.'
    -Julius Evola, circa 1953

  • 'If the day should ever come when we go, if some day we are compelled to leave the scene of history, we will slam the door so hard that the universe will shake and mankind will stand back in stupefaction.'
    -Joseph Goebbels

  • 'During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.'
    -George Orwell

  • 'The real American Dream was being experienced and lived in the Third Reich.'
    -Veronica Clark, a comment during an interview, referring to the fact that anyone of any class could, and did, have vast opportunities toward not only happiness, but leadership, if they so desired. Not based on money or favors or family, but by potential and abilities. Something not seen in America in a long, long time. The Germany of Adolf Hitler made it possible for every working person to own a car, obtain interest free loans, easy land ownership, go on vacation, etc., etc.. All of these seemingly simple concepts were a first for many, many people. It was a utopia destroyed by the bullets and bombs of international greed. However, the memory and the dream of that utopia inspires free thinking men, possessing truth, to strive for it without end.

  • 'The coward believes he will live forever if he holds back in battle, but in old age he shall have no peace though spears have spared his limbs.'
    -The Havamal

  • 'While we ourselves are the living graves of murdered beasts, how can we expect any ideal conditions on this earth?'
    -George Bernard Shaw

  • 'Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to the cemetery.'
    -Malcolm X

  • 'The earth. Smog, murder, the poisoned air, the poisoned water, the poisoned food, the hatred, the hopelessness, everything. The only beautiful thing about the earth is the animals and now they are being killed off, soon they will be gone except for pet rats and race horses. It's so sad, no wonder you drink so much.'
    -Charles Bukowski, from his final novel 'Pulp', circa 1994

    [Above: Hans Ulrich Rudel]

  • 'I am not afraid of death; I have often looked him in the eye for a matter of seconds and have never been the first to lower my gaze...'
    -Hans Ulrich Rudel (1924-1982), the greatest bomber pilot of all time, from his book 'Stuka Pilot', circa 1948

  • 'You are the greatest and most courageous soldier the German people have ever had.'
    -Adolf Hitler speaking to Hans Ulrich Rudel on January 1, 1945 at the bunker headquarters in Berlin on the occasion of promoting Rudel to the rank of colonel and awarding him the highest German WWII decoration: the Knight's Cross with Golden Oak Leaves with swords and diamonds.

  • 'America at work,
    where they rip out your intestines,
    and your brain and your
    will and your spirit.
    they suck you dry, then throw
    you away.
    the capitalist system.
    the work ethic.
    the profit motive.'
    -Charles Bukowski, from the poem 'commerce' taken from the book 'Sifting through the Madness for the Word, the Line, the Way' ©2003

    [Rudolf Hess]

  • 'Sooner or later we all have to die. Honor to the one who dies for a great idea.'
    -Rudolf Hess, during his long captivity, in a letter to his wife, which he believed was to be his last.

  • 'One day all the lies will collapse under their own weight, and the truth will once again triumph.'
    -Joseph Goebbels

  • 'A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.'
    -Greek proverb

  • 'Football, beer, and above all gambling, filled up the horizon of their minds. To keep them in control was not difficult.'
    -George Orwell, from his book '1984'

  • 'A cat will look down to a man. A dog will look up to a man. But a pig will look you straight in the eye and see his equal.'
    -Winston Churchill [That's certainly true about this warmonger!]

  • 'Time is a great teacher, but unfortunately it kills all its pupils.'
    -Hector Berlioz

  • 'War is delightful to those who have had no experience of it.'
    -Desiderius Erasmus

  • 'Democracy is also a form of worship. It is the worship of jackals by jackasses.'
    -H. L. Mencken

  • 'After a certain period of time, when I had acquired more insight into the Fuehrer's personality, I gave him my hand and said: "I unite my fate with yours for better or for worse: I dedicate myself to you in good times and in bad, even unto death." I really meant it-and still do.'
    -Hermann Goering

  • 'Looking back over the past years of Germany's decline, we come to the frightening, nearly terrifying, conclusion that the less German men were willing to act as men in public life, the more women succumbed to the temptation to fill the role of the man. The feminization of men always leads to the masculinization of women.'
    -Joseph Goebbels

  • 'Life is a pendulum that swings between suffering and boredom.'
    -Arthur Schopenhauer (February 22, 1788 - September 21, 1860)

  • 'The life of a man is a struggle for existence with the certainty of defeat.'
    -Arthur Schopenhauer (February 22, 1788 - September 21, 1860)

  • ' with his potential to understand the secrets of the universe, his instinct to seek truth, his aspiration for justice and perfection, his quest for beauty and purity, and his capacity as God said, to represent him on earth, has been reduced to a creature restricted by the masterialistic world, with a mission to maximize individualistic pleasures, human instinct then replaced true human nature.'
    -Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, addressing the United Nations assembly

    [Guido von List]

  • 'One must flee those places where life throbs and seek out lonely spots untouched by human hand in order to lift the magic veil of nature.'
    -Guido von List (October 5, 1848 – May 17, 1919)

    [Adolf Hitler]

  • 'Every Jewish slander and every Jewish lie is a scar of honor on the body of our warriors. The man they insult the most is closest to us in spirit and the man they have a mortal hatred for is our best friend.'
    -Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf

  • 'God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him.'
    -Friedrich Nietszsche, 1882

  • 'The blood of the heroes is closer to God than the ink of the philosophers and the prayers of the faithful.'
    -Julius Evola

  • 'A bad peace is even worse than war.'

  • 'Like it or not, everything is changing. The result will be the most wonderful experience in the history of man or the most horrible enslavement that you can imagine. Be active or abdicate. The future is in your hands.'
    -Milton William Cooper

  • 'We come from an inconceivable nothingness. We stay a while in something which seems equally inconceivable, only to vanish again into the inconceivable nothingness.'
    -Peter Wessel Zapffe

  • 'I must study Politics and War that my sons may have liberty to study Mathematics and Philosophy. My sons ought to study Mathematics and Philosophy, Geography, Natural History, Naval Architecture, Navigation, Commerce and Agriculture, in order to give their children a right to study Painting, Poetry, Music, Architecture, Statuary, Tapestry and Porcelain.'
    -John Adams

  • 'Posterity! you will NEVER KNOW how much it cost the present generation to preserve your freedom! I hope you will make a good use of it. If you do not, I shall repent in Heaven that I ever took half the pains to preserve it.'
    -John Adams

  • 'The world is a train that's speeding into the abyss... we are also riding that train, but we're staying in the last car.'
    -Yoelish Kraus, Chief of Operations of the Eda Haredit