The Hidden Link between the Feminist Roots in the KKK, the Italian Fascism, the German National Socialism and the Modern left!
One of the most hidden secrets of modern politics is the fact that both socialism as well as Nazi ideology were all part of the left's political spectrum, that they were all to varying degrees' socialist philosophies, political movements, systems and agendas. However, even within this clandestine conglomerate of co-mutual exchange of political thoughts and ideas there was even a more hidden skeleton namely their shared or common denominator/ancestor that is feminism and especially in its earliest origin in the women's movement of the KKK. Yes, as standing opposed to modern political correctness, the historical facts show that Nazis were in fact socialist while both of the movements were heavily influenced in later development by the KKK and its feminist gynocentric ideology. In this essay, which follows my previous paper on the feminist roots of the Nazi ideology, I explore here another link between the feminist roots in the KKK, the Italian fascism, the German national socialism and the modern left as an expression of fascist ideology tightly connected to the modern day counter revolutionary forces of clerical fascism of political Islam.
Being part of the left political spectrum, this is why Nazi ideology is called national socialism; this is why the Nazis had a national socialist worker's party; called "National Sozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei", NSDAP in German; known in English as the National Socialistic German Workers Party (Hence, it is socialism); this is why Nazis and especially fascists had a sort of state controlled but not really free economy; that's why pseudo-science was recruited by the state in both systems with the aim at spreading their hate ideology merely and reciprocally replacing gender, race and class respectively to the specific ideology; that's why culture was also controlled by the state; why there were no human rights and people were killed en masse; that's why both of them were secular ideologies and that's why both of them persecuted religious people; the socialists and Marxists everyone and the Nazis mainly Jews but to a lesser degree Christians and other religions too. It is only the left's political correctness that's not allowing us to tell this truth. Both ideologies did not deny the necessity in a state controlled economy or again a varying degree of restriction on private property but only disputed the extent to which it should be limited and restricted. While fascism saw it in a more practical light and enabled private corporations which reminds us on the idea of corporate socialism, the Nazis saw it in the light of their racial policies and ideologies especially towards Jews.
In fact, Socialism has much in common with Nazism and Fascism. Mussolini was originally a Marxist leader. "Mussolini was so familiar with Marxist literature that in his own writings he would not only quote from well-known Marxist works but also from the relatively obscure ones. During this period, Mussolini, like all revolutionaries, considered himself a Marxist and he described Marx as "the greatest of all theorists of socialism. Anyway, at the end Mussolini was expelled from the Italian Socialist Party in 1914 after he switched from international socialism to national socialism on local level a dynamic that would be later mimicked in Germany by the Nazis as to the concept of voelkish equality or socialism on German soil. But his basic principles remained the same original Marxist principles:
1) The state (the leaders of the collective) has an overriding power over the economic and political/ideological life of the individual.
2) Force/violence/coercion must be applied to overthrow/improve the existing social/political order (ongoing revolution which has become one of the most important traits of Trozkism as a heritage of the Italian fascist socialism of Mussolini)
3) Identity politics: Mussolini, like Marx, had a designated group of people as the enemy.
However, unlike Marx, who identified the Bourgeoisie as the enemy of the state (of the proletariat), Mussolini identified a race (Jews, Gypsies, etc.) as the enemies (internal or external) of the state, who needed to be eradicated. This was adopted and became especially in the later waves of feminism the main cornerstone of its ideology, actual policies and political activism
Hitler was, in fact, an admirer and student of Mussolini, and copied him in many things, especially in preserving Mussolini's three basic (Marxist) principles. Current socialist ideology espouses many of the same principles, to differing degrees:
1) The primacy of the state (collective) over the economic and political/ideological life of the country and of the individual.
2)There is constant rhetoric of fight against, liberation from and elimination of ever new "oppressors", internal or external.
3)There are ever new groups identified who are not with us, not like us, as "enemies," who have to be fought in order to achieve happiness (identity politics).
4)After the socialist became the middle class and upper middle class, they cannot fight against the Bourgeoisie (that is, themselves).
So, now especially in fascism and feminism, the new enemy has become the white male, the oppressive patriarchy, the ones valuing marriage, etc. This is where fascism and National Socialism were influenced partly by the original and traditional gynocentric feminism of the KKK and partly by the newly developing Marxist feminism (a combination of both of them) while in a later development it has created the next waves of feminism mainly influenced by the Marxist interpretation. In this later development, the common in all this later waves consists of the same Marxist utopia/lie: the state/collective, orchestrating the ongoing division, confrontation, soft/explicit violence, for the elimination/exclusion of the ever newly identified enemy, in order to achieve the ultimate, yet ever eluding happiness while the right wing feminism has kept the traditional misandrist messages of traditional feminism enhancing them with a combination of KKK and Nazi ideology by adopting and implementing some left wing ideology in the right wing world view. This ever eluding happiness (utopia) is to be achieved by constant struggle (elimination or assimilation), as opposed to respectful dialogue and reconciliation. This fundamentally Marxist principle is very much present, alive and well, in today's Western societies, where socialists/feminists/fascists/communists/Nazis are present
Anyway, following Mussolini's heritage, Hitler also proudly announced and told his friends about his admiration of the KKK's racist ideals and the movement's feminist nature. Hitler made it clear to his friends and expressed to them just how closely he followed the progress of the American feminist eugenics movement which was not only of great importance for the later to come German euthanasia program of the Third Reich but also the original and inspirational model that gave rise to it and that over the years came to be known as "Aktion T4" (pronounced Ak-zion Te Fier). This "Aktion T4" was actually a postwar name for mass murder through involuntary euthanasia in Nazi Germany. The name T4 is an abbreviation of Tiergartenstraße 4, a street address of the Chancellery department set up in the spring of 1940, in the Berlin area of Tiergarten, which recruited and paid personnel associated with T4. "I have studied with great interest," he said to a fellow Nazi, "the laws of several American states concerning prevention of reproduction by people whose progeny would, in all probability, be of no value or be injurious to the racial stock." Hitler even wrote a fan letter to American eugenic leader Madison Grant calling his race-based eugenics book, The Passing of the Great Race his "bible." Hitler's struggle for a superior race would be a mad crusade for a Master Race. It seems as is the left wing and feminist collaboration with fascism and National Socialism didn’t exhibit ant great difficulties. In fact, it was a perfect match.
During the Reich's early years, feminist eugenicists across America welcomed Hitler's plans as the logical fulfillment of their own decades of research and effort. California eugenicists republished Nazi propaganda for American use and consumption. They also arranged for Nazi scientific exhibits, such as an August 1934 display at the L.A. County Museum, for the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association. The NAZI policies, laws and implementation of the original project was for the KKK and its feminist women organization the fulfillment of their own dreams, originally craved by them and that later also created the racist blond and blue-eyed Nordic type or human ideal. As we have mentioned above they all believed that this group alone and only this one was fit to inherit the earth. In the process, the feminist eugenicist movement intended to subtract emancipated Negroes, immigrant Asian laborers, Indians, Hispanics, East Europeans, Jews, dark-haired hill folk poor people and eliminate them all! The Nazis almost followed them in this regard to a T.
Furthermore, it is important to remember that in the same way that feminists interchangeably later exchanged gender with race seemingly in the same way the American term "Nordic" was freely exchanged by the Nazis with "Germanic" or "Aryan." In the same way and within the left's political spectrum race and class were freely interchangeable between Socialists, Marxists, Fascists and Nazis. Based on the WKKK heritage, race science, racial purity and racial dominance became the driving force behind Hitler's Nazism while the same principles where adopted by the left only here referred to the superior class or the Proletariat as standing opposed to the Bourgeoisie (equals in the Marxist narrative to the "Untermenschen" in Nazi ideology). Nazi eugenics would ultimately dictate who would be persecuted in a Reich-dominated Europe, how people would live, and how they would die. Nazi doctors would become the unseen generals in Hitler's war against the Jews and other Europeans deemed inferior. Doctors would create the science, devise the eugenic formulas, and even hand-select the victims for sterilization, euthanasia and mass extermination. Feminism was the master mind behind this all! In 1934, as Germany's sterilizations were increasing over 5,000 per month, the California eugenics leader C. M. Goethe upon returning from Germany passionately bragged to an important associate, "You will be interested to know, that your work has played a powerful part in shaping the opinions of the group of intellectuals who are behind Hitler in this epoch-making program. Everywhere I sensed that their opinions have been tremendously stimulated by American thought. I want you, my dear friend, to carry this thought with you for the rest of your life, that you have really jolted into action a great government of 60 million people"
Either way, writing in 1938, when the Nazi program was in full swing, the prominent and well-known feminist and prominent Margaret Sanger who was the living spirit behind the American eugenics movement advised America to follow in Hitler’s footsteps. Using the narrative of Social Darwinism — the same narrative that Hitler used in Mein Kampf—Sanger wrote, “In animal industry, the poor stock is not allowed to breed. In gardens, the weeds are kept down.” America, Sanger concluded, must learn from the Nazis and carry out nature’s own mandate of getting rid of “human weeds.” Hitler never quotes Margaret Sanger, but as we have seen above and as is evident even in "Mein Kampf", Hitler was inspired and heavily influenced by the writings of two of her associates, Leon Whitney of the American Eugenics Society and Madison Grant of the New York Zoological Society as well as Sanger itself. During the 1930s, Whitney on one occasion visited Grant to proudly show him a letter he had just received from Hitler requesting a copy of Whitney’s book The Case for Sterilization. From all of the evidence we can see that while Nazi Germany was defeated and the perpetrators were persecuted and punished the evil feminist empire is still alive, still causing mass destruction to men by means of false rape accusation, institutionalized discrimination, misandry, castration culture as well as contributing to male gender cleansing through the epidemic of male suicide and death by many other means.
Yes, the evil in both systems led them to a bloodshed within their own political camp, a fact that especially social democrats use as apologetics of the red brown fascism to claim that show the big difference between the two movement, while in reality this was a war within the left and about the left narrative. Anti-Semitism is subsequently mainly a characteristic of the political left and not the right and that's why after world war two so many Nazis found a warm political house within the European and global liberal left as well as the social democratic parties. This is the scourge with its BDS, Antifa and other left clerical fascists movement that cooperate with the Islamo Nazis of ISIL, Al Qaida and Islam in general. It started with the cooperation of Nazi Germany and the Mufti of Jerusalem and continues today with the left's support of Islamic terror, the infiltration of the West, the Islamic Love Jihad and many more. It was, in fact, Radio Zeesen where the roots of this dynamic took their origins. This crucial link is what I want now to discuss and explain in next paragraphs. In doing so I will expose one more of the hidden secrets within the context of the left's fascist heritage and history, namely the small town of Zeesen, a city with some four thousand inhabitants to the south of Berlin and where once stood one of the world's most powerful shortwave transmitters. This long forgotten phenomenon was brought back into the public eye by the German researcher Matthias Kuentzel who has intensely discussed researched it. For those who want to go into all of the details I gave in the reference section some of Kuentzel's allusion to his researches while here I am going to quote and address a few small examples from them.
So, "from 1939 onward", writes Kuentzel, "Radio Zeesen broadcasted its daily Arabic-language program. Of all the foreign-language services, the Oriental Service had "absolute priority. It reached out to Arabs, Turks, Persians, and Indians and had an eighty-strong staff, including freelance announcers and translators." Between 1939 and 1945, at a time when, in the Arab world, listening to the radio took place primarily in public squares or bazaars and coffee houses, no other station was more popular than the Zeesen service, which skillfully mingled anti-Semitic propaganda with quotations from the Koran and Arabic music. The Allies in the Second World War were presented as lackeys of the Jews and the notion of the "United Jewish Nations" drummed into the audience. At the same time, the Jews were attacked as the worst enemies of Islam. "The Jew since the time of Mohammed has never been a friend of the Muslim, the Jew is the enemy and it pleases Allah to kill him." Today, this same message is being put out on satellite by Hizbollah's Al- Manar TV channel. So what are the historical connections between the shortwave transmitter in Zeesen and the Beirut satellite channel?
Kuentzel also describes how "A highlight of Radio Zeesen's output was the demand for jihad by the most popular figure in the Arab-Islamic world of the time, the Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin el-Husseini (1895- 1974). From 1941 onward he lived in Berlin, supervising Arabic radio broadcasting out of Zeesen, Athens, and Rome. Nobody promoted hatred of Jews among Muslims more effectively than the Mufti. The European responsibility for this is clear: el-Husseini had after all been appointed to and promoted in office by European powers. It was the British who, having first sentenced him to ten years in jail for anti-Jewish incitement in 1920, then amnestied him in 1921 and made him Mufti against the will of the majority of Palestinians. It was the Germans who paid him for his services between 1937 and 1945. And it was the French who in 1946, when the Mufti was being pursued internationally as a war criminal, helped him escape to Egypt and continue his activities" Although, originally the piecing together of Germans and Muslim Arabs was not easy to reconcile with the German race theory, as Kuentzel continues and writes, "it was Heinrich Himmler who waxed lyrical about the "ideological closeness" of National Socialism and Islam, coining the concept of Muselgermanen ("Muslimo-Germans"). Haj Amin el-Husseini, too, referred to the parallels between Muslim and German ideals, identifying the following points of contact:
(1) monotheism - unity of leadership; (2) the ordering power - obedience and discipline; (3) the struggle and the honor of falling in battle; (4) community; (5) family and offspring; (6) glorification of work and creativity; (7) attitude toward the Jews - "in the struggle against Jewry, Islam and National Socialism come very close to one another."
In later historical development, "The Muslim Brotherhood", continues Kuentzel, "also, of course, enjoyed the assistance of German officers in constructing their military organization and cooperated with Rommel's army in the Second World War. But they never admired Hitler. For Hassan al-Banna, the founder and leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, there was no question of accepting a non-Muslim leader. "When they did express admiration of certain aspects of National Socialism or Fascism, it was usually in the context of demonstrating that the Europeans had implemented some of 'the principles of Islam,' such as a modest dress code, encouragement of early marriage, a strong patriotism and a military jihad spirit"
While historically, those where the Nazis who establish the clerical fascist Islam, in the modern those were already all of the left wing parties who participated in cementing the Islamist terror while the main driving force here was the German as well as the global political left who participated in it as Kuentzel explains. "In Beirut", he writes, "it was not German neo-Nazis who met Hizbollah and its deputy general-secretary, Sheikh Naeem Qasim, but Social Democrats, that is, allegedly the declared opponents of fascism. However, even to mention Hizbollah's Nazi-like anti-Semitism would have removed the basis for this meeting. So instead the conference tested the waters of "change through rapprochement" around topics where residual German and Arab traditions can be drawn on in equal measure, such as "Neocolonialism or 'Benevolent Hegemony'? "Occupation and Resistance," and "Self-Determination and Independence in a Globalized World." Yet three months after the broadcast of the Al-Shatat series, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES), a think tank with close ties to the German Social Democratic Party (SPD), and the Hizbollah's "research department" organized a joint conference in Beirut titled "The Islamic World and Europe: From Dialogue to Agreement." Just as remarkable as the cooperation between an institution of a German party of government and an Islamist terror organization was the conference agenda, which included an item on "occupation and resistance" but nothing on Al-Manar's anti-Semitic agitation. The Zeesen shortwave transmitter appears in retrospect to have been the interface that transferred the anti-Semitic ideology to the Arab world and linked early Arab Islamism with late National Socialismzism. Although Radio Zeesen ceased operation in April 1945, it was only after that date that its frequencies of hate really began to reverberate in the Arab world"
In the bottom line, as I said, and in order to sum it up, it is important to remember that prior the war members of the German social democratic party have massively changed the lines of the political front and joined the NSDAP while after the war they crossed again the lines and returned after war to the SPD in post war West Germany, not to the right wing parties, alliances or movements but as the natural choice to the left. Of course, the social democrats as well as all other left wing parties do not like to hear that today, but it still remains true. Not only anti-Semitism but oceans of blood sticks to socialist, Marxist and communist hands as many of them actually did not fight the Nazis but fought with them together. Social Democracy is a democracy by name only; it is the precursor of left-wing fascism.
Moreover, Goebbels was openly a Communist party member before he joined forces with Hitler, as was Mussolini a Marxist. Goebbels joined the NSDAP (S for socialist) in 1924 at age 27. Before that he had not been political active. In the mid 20′ies the Nazi-party was split between a Northern wing and southern Munich wing - the Northern wing being more socialistic than the southern wing. At that time Goebbles belonged to the northern wing led by the notorious Gregor Strasser. Hitler – being the leader of the Southern wing - felt his position challenged as the Northern wing started rewriting the Nazi party program in a much more nationally oriented socialism although he did not denounce it at all. Rather than a real ideological abyss it was a personal war for power and dominance whereas at the end when gaining the power within the Nazi circles Hitler accepted the more socialist ideals of the Northern wing.
Furthermore, it is true that the social democrats opposed Hitler, but if we listen for example to the speech of Otto Wels regarding the "Ermächtigungsgesetz" so while he opposed and the party was against it, still he was fond and at least conceptually agreed with many of Hitler's and Nazis points and ideas, which is backed by the speech I'm referring here. So, as I said and is outlined in this discourse the differences, the struggle and all fights between socialist and Nazis were within the left and its narrative. Ironically, it is interesting to see how the social dems play on the notion that they are "peaceful". The thing is that based on the feminist heritage in social democracy I've mentioned above the racial cleansing has turned into gender cleansing. It went from totally overt to completely covert. However, the basic dynamic is the same; they are not that different
Sources, References, Links and Further Information:
1. The Horrifying American Roots of Nazi Eugenics by Edwin Black:
2. Nazism and Race (from Wikipedia)
3. Architect of the barbaric Nazi medical experiments had ties to Margaret Sanger
. Hitler, Eugenics, Sanger and Mein Kampf
Exclusive – D’Souza: The Hitler-Sanger Connection
The feminist Margaret Sanger: abortion, eugenics, racism and feminism
7. Joseph Goebbels, German Propagandist Encyclopedia Britannica
8. National Socialism and Anti-Semitism in the Arab World Matthias Kuentzel
9. Germany, Iran, and the Party of the Left: A Commentary Commissioned by Neues Deutschland, which it Refused to Publish by Matthias Küntzel
10. Islamism, Antisemitism, and the political left, A Democratiya Interview with Matthias Küntzel
11. Hitler’s Legacy: Islamic Antisemitism and the impact of the Muslim Brotherhood by Matthias Küntzel
12. Hitler's Legacy: Islamic Antisemitism in the Middle EastBy Matthias Küntzel