How They Do It– Why Did Adolf Hitler Hate the Jews?

by: TUT

Although much of Adolf Hitler’s political manifesto, ‘Mein Kampf,’ was devoted to explaining that hatred, researchers have looked for a more personal explanation.

ed note–while we are at it, let’s ask other relevant questions as well–

Why did Pharaoh and the Egyptians ‘hate the Jews’?

Why did the Amelekites ‘hate the Jews’?

Why did the Phillistines ‘hate the Jews’?

Dittos with the Babylonians, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Turks, Armenians, English, Scottish, Irish, Icelanders, Scandinavians, Swedish, Finnish, Russians, French, Canadians, Argentines, Spanish, Portuguese, and even the Martians who–after making an impromptu visit to earth and running into some of ‘GAAAWD’S Chosen people’, ran at break-neck speed back to their spacecraft and got the hell out of here as quickly as possible.

‘Anti-Semitism’ as it is incorrectly termed, has been around since both the birth of Judaism and its inevitable by-product–obnoxious, arrogant, dishonest, and violent Judaic anti-Gentile behavior. What’s worse is that the Jews as a people have had 4,000 years to arrive at a very simple (and one might say inescapable) answer to a very simple question that requires the same amount of time in answering as it takes to read the instruction label on a role of toilet paper, but for reasons rooted in nurturing and coddling both their persecution and superiority complex, simply refuse to do it.

What’s worse is that Gentiles refuse to do it as well, and particularly those of a certain ‘Christian’ species who continue to doggedly adhere to the notion concerning what the Jews themselves believe about their being superior, better, and ‘chosen’.

And in the meantime, mankind continues to hurtle at breakneck speed towards its own destruction as a result of the unwillingness on the part of so many to deal rationally with this very easy-to-grasp ‘question’.

Please note the ridiculous lengths to which our esteemed Hebraic author goes in formulating his circular question and answer session, where everyone and everything is listed as a possible factor in ‘splaining’ Hitler’s visceral, allergic reaction to the Jews as a group except the one factor that tells the whole story in a mere 2 words–Judaic behavior–and not just in the 20th century, but indeed, going all the way back to the story told in the book of Genesis where Abraham and Sarah are kicked out of Egypt due to their ‘treachery’.


One can’t consider the Holocaust without wondering about the source of Adolf Hitler’s hatred for the Jews. Although much of his political manifesto, Mein Kampf, was devoted to explaining that hatred, which was clearly shared by an enthusiastic German nation, the actions taken against Europe’s Jews were so monstrous in both nature and scale that it was inevitable that researchers would look for a more personal explanation. Its natural that scholars and others would scrutinize every piece of available evidence for proof of some deeply personal psychological injury that will explain Hitler.

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