This one is funny/serious in its tone and implications - exactly like Holocaust Revisionism has often been in the past. I bet you - in this struggle, we've laughed more often and more heartily than our opposition! Read some old Nizkor stuff!
The brief article below was published today in the London Telegraph, titled "Food Testing" and bylined to one Peter Simple. I swear I didn't make it up!
Here's what it says:
SIR John Krebs, chairman of the Government's Food Standards Agency, says there is no evidence that organic food is any healthier than food produced by conventional methods. Is this the beginning of a big offensive against organic food? If so, it may not be long before an infallible, copper-bottomed, knockdown argument is trundled up to the front.
Sir John Krebs? "Krebs" is the German word for cancer!
But seriously: Organic food production is and has been ***the*** conventional method of growing food for millennia. Artificial chemical fertilizers, chemical sprays and genetically manipulated "modern" food are the unconventional, abnormal, unnatural ways to increase production, prolong shelf life artificially and make shipment and harvesting easier - thus increasing profits for the impersonal agri-business bosses. And guess who said it forcefully?
Yes, the Nazis were keen on organic farming! Under the Nazi minister of agriculture, Walther Darre, who popularised the phrase "Blood and Soil", organic farming was strongly favoured. But it is a rule that everything the Nazis favoured, good or bad, is now condemned as Absolute Evil, while everything they condemned is admired.
Well put! East junk food and get sick and die. Follow Nazi food growing habits and production principles and live to a ripe old age, without pain, in tune with nature!
This (namely the upside-down "anti-Hitler" way - my comment) must have greatly helped to promote the advance of feminism, homosexuality, rubbish art and many other fashionable phenomena of our time. Mightn't this help to persuade people that organic farming is not only worthless but reactionary and wrong, while unrestricted agrotechnology, including genetic modification of plants, is progressive and right?
Right. Think about it. Hard. And never mind the source, or else your nose will turn into a turnip!
This upside down logic has brought Western culture to the edge of the abyss. By denying our society the fruits of state-of-the-art, scientific research that came out of the Hitler years - from cancer to smoking, from the evils of alcohol to the crime of abortion - the Western world has thrown away the roadmap to physical, spiritual and cultural survival.
Defenders of vivisection are already pointing out meaningly that the Nazis were against it (Goering actually made it illegal in Prussia), so by implication it must be a good thing. Will people who are revolted (as I am) by this abominable practice, and may even feel a certain sympathy with the animal rights people (though only in this matter), change their minds? Or will they begin to question whether the mere fact of the Nazis being in favour of something automatically makes it wrong? That would never do, would it?
Right again. Hitler forbade the cruel, pain-inflicting medieval way of ritual kosher slaughter - the sadistic butchering of animals. In fact, the classic Hitler propaganda movie, called The Eternal Jew, pictured kosher slaughter graphically.
The world will re-discover that Nature is Nazi, and that a price is to be paid if nature's principles are bent. The choice will be clean-cut: Accept it, or whimper into oblivion.
Already every fifth American is chronically ill with one disease or another - from heart problems to cancer, from Alzheimer's to asthma afflicting tens of millions of people. There is a direct relationship between healthy food/healthy water and healthy bodies/healthy minds. A radiantly well person will never accept sick and perverted ideas - be it in art, film, music, what have you. Least of all in politics!
That's what our rulers fear - robust, healthy people with robust, healthy instincts! Let it be known right on the Zundelsite that Revisionism has barely begun!
Thought for the Day:
"Human change is occurring before our eyes: It drives us onward like drift caught in the current of a great river."
(Francis Galton in Varieties of Delinquent Youth)
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