Spartans, Zionists, Nazis and certain British and Americans can all be seen as having a similar outlook on life?
On 26 September 1937, Adolf Eichmann set off to meet the Zionist Haganah activist Feivel Polkes and discuss with him the "mass immigration of German Jews to Palestine."
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Sparta must be regarded as the first Völkisch State. The exposure of the sick, weak, deformed children, in short, their destruction, was more decent and in truth a thousand times more humane than the wretched insanity of our day which preserves the most pathological subject, and indeed at any price, and yet takes the life of a hundred thousand healthy children in consequence of birth control or through abortions, in order subsequently to breed a race of degenerates burdened with illnesses.
Iraqi boy injured by the Nazi US military.
"In Sparta too, the nation was supreme over individuals.
"As Plutarch described it, “no one was allowed to live after his own fancy; but the city was a sort of camp, in which every man… looked upon himself not so much born to serve his own ends but the ends of his country.”
"Many historians describe Spartan training as hellish. At age seven males were taken from their parents to live in army barracks under supervision of the state.
"Throughout the training period the boys underwent severe discipline, with silent forbearance, training in gymnastics, running, jumping, throwing of spears and discuss and being forced to endure pain, hardship, hunger, thirst, fatigue, and lack of sleep.
"Boys were encouraged to steal food and if caught were flogged- not for stealing, but for getting caught.
"Furthermore, throughout their training, they were sexually harassed and courted by older men in order to strengthen bonds between warriors.
"At twelve boys were forced to sleep out in the open air and were given one garment for the whole year and were expected to go barefoot.
"Between thirteen and twenty, men were annually tested in a rigorous game in which many died. The survivors were then crowned. At thirty men were allowed to take public office and get married so they could work to produce more strong healthy children. From thirty to sixty men lived in the barracks eating their daily rations in the public dining area and working to fight off any threatening nations.
"Their country viewed them as part of a deadly machine and in that laid their only human value."
Training and Education in Sparta vs. WWII Germany
World war I
"Hitler drew another example of mass murder from American history. Since his youth he had been obsessed with the Wild West stories of Karl May. He viewed the fighting between cowboys and Indians in racial terms. In many of his speeches he referred with admiration to the victory of the white race in settling the American continent and driving out the inferior peoples, the Indians."
A Radical Blackfoot: What Inspired Hitler
Hitler and certain top Americans shared an interest in eugenics.
"Eugenics would gain the support of such notables as President Woodrow Wilson, the Rockefeller Foundation, Margaret Sanger (founder of the abortionist organization Planned Parenthood) and influential Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. It was bankrolled by some of the richest people in America, including the Carnegie Institution, Rockefeller Foundation and the Harriman railroad fortune."
Hitler was inspired by the massacre of the Armenians.
"The killing of 1.5m Armenians by the Ottoman Turks during World War I remains one of the bloodiest and most contentious events of the 20th century, and has been called the first modern genocide.
"In all, 25 concentration camps were set up in a systematic slaughter aimed at eradicating the Armenian people - classed as "vermin" by the Turks...
The British had concentration camps long before the days of Hitler.
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