Hitlers Accomplishments

I don’t worship Adolph Hitler but do admire him for his accomplishments among such turmoil and dysfunction .
A great book to read that I can only find in PDF form called The Truth about Germany and World War 1+2, by Terry Smart has a lot to say about the great accomplishments that Hitler did and I will post them….it’s long but good.

Quote from book
Germany after Hitler Took Charge
When Hitler came to power Germany was bankrupt and massively in debt. German elections were
held in 1932 and the NSDAP party won 230 seats in the Reichstag. It was now the largest political
body. In March 1933 and to protect Germany from communism President Paul Von Hindenburg makes
Hitler Chancellor of Germany. Hitler has limited powers and the Communist Trade Union leaders
move quickly to destabilize Hitler, calling for massive strikes.
President Paul Von Hindenburg died on August 2nd 1934 at the age of 86. On 19th August Hitler asked
the German people if the Chancellor and President offices could be merged into one. 90% voted yes.
From then on Hitler was the supreme leader and the people’s ‘Fuhrer’. Hitler asked for 4 years to
turnaround the German economy which was on its knees.
Hitler knew that if Germany was to have any sort of economic recovery the 25 states of Germany
would need to be broken and moulded into one central power and this is exactly what he did. Hitler
set up commissioners in each of these 25 states, answerable only to him. The next sensible decision
would be to remove the Communists who were dead set on taken over Germany and turning it into a
Bolshevik paradise. That is exactly what Hitler did. He had the SA and SS round up thousands of
communists and lock them up in Dachau near Munich. Now as 80% of the communists just happen to
be Jews he had to lock up mostly Jews. Then German theatres and cinemas showing such things as
homosexuality and pornography were closed down. These types of places were run by Jews as stated
in the Jewish Influence in Germany section (also a good book which goes into great detail about this
is Jewish Domination of Weimar Germany by Eckart Verlag). Hitler arrested the leaders of the trade
unions who were causing all the strikes to happen and these leaders again just happen to be Jewish.
Of course the international Jewish press slandered Hitler for arresting Jews but he was arresting
enemies of the German people and communists who just happened to be Jews. If these trouble makers
were Australian or American he would of placed them in Dachau but they weren’t they were Jewish.
The German Labour Front was created and Dr. Robert Ley was put in charge. Wages, working
conditions and work contracts were all regulated and members of the Labour front grew to 20
million. Ley used the money confiscated from the trade unions to fund the ‘Strength Through Joy’
program. This program provided two cruise liners which would take hundreds of thousands of
German’s on cruises to such places as Spain and the Norwegian fjords. The Strength Through Joy
Program also subsidized the development of an affordable car, the Volkswagen Beetle. This mass
production of the Beetle was built on the same procedures that Henry Ford used. In fact Henry Ford
was an admirer of Hitler. 360,000 German people bought one of these cars in advance of its
production. This was all done to bring middle-class leisure activities available to the masses.
“Thus with the new People’s Car the motorcar will cease to be the distinguishing mark of a class
of
society possessing higher incomes, it will more and more become the general means of transport
for
the whole German people.” – Adolf Hitler, Motor Exhibition, Berlin, 18th February 1938
Construction of the first segment of the Autobahn was carried out in 1929 between Cologne and Bonn
before Hitler came to power. But it was Hitler who carried out the implementation of the Autobahn
road system from 1933 onwards and by 1941 3600km had been constructed. This had created jobs
for over 200,000 people. When Hitler took power unemployment was at 6 million and by 1936 it
was down to about 350,000. This reduction in unemployment was not achieved by building up
Hitler’s armed forces as most people have been led to believe. It was achieved through building
works such as the railroads, Autobahns, car production and lowering the workforce wages so that
businesses could hire them again as the wages had been hiked up by the trade unionists which caused
the unemployment in the first place.
Hitler brought laws to Germany which were for the betterment of the German people or you could say
‘a government by the people for the people’.
Housing for the German people received top priority in the Third Reich. During 1933-1937 more than
1,458,179 new houses were built to the highest standards of the time. Each house could not be over
two stories high and had to have a small garden for growing flowers or vegetables, as Hitler did not
want people to lose contact with the land. The building of apartments was discouraged. Rental
payments on housing were not allowed to exceed 1/8 of an average worker’s income. Today a 1/3 of a
person’s wage is expended on their rent.
Interest-free loans of up to 1’000 RM (Reichsmark) were paid to newly married couples for the
purchase of household goods. The loan was repayable at 1% per month, but for each child born, 25%
of the loan was cancelled. Thus if a family had four children, the loan would have been considered
paid in full. The same principle was applied in respect of home loans, which were issued for a
period of ten years at a low rate of interest. The birth of each child also resulted in the cancellation of
25% of the loan up to the fourth child when the loan was cancelled. These interest free loans could
also be offered by the western governments of today but they are not because they are under the
control of the Rothschild Jewish bankers, the Federal Reserve, Bank of England and the IMF etc.
German farmers also benefited. Between 1933 and 1936 more than 91,000 farmsteads were built in
Germany. In 1935 the Farm Inheritance Law was introduced. It ensured that all farms bigger than 15
acres could only be transferred by family inheritance.
All trade unions were united into one organization called Deutsche Arbeitsfront (German Labor
Front). Workers’ rights were protected by a Tribunal of Social Honor, which laid down conditions of
employment. These regulations were superior to any comparable legislation in the world at that time –
– and even to this day. As a result of the harmonious relationship between employer and employee,
strike action vanished. The taxation of workers, particularly those with families, was sharply
reduced.
The Organization Mutter and Kind (Mother and Child) provided for the welfare, health, safety and
financial support of expectant mothers and mothers with children. Their needs were provided for at
over 30,000 local centers, kindergartens, and nurseries. Kindergeld (child money) was paid to
mothers of insufficient means.
Holiday camps were provided at subsidized rates, while sea trips on large cruise ships to foreign
destinations were made possible through the Kraft durch Freude (Strength through Joy) program.
These voyages were restricted to workers earning more than RM300 a month, with those earning
RM200 or less receiving preference. The British Government would not allow these ships to dock in
England for fear that their downtrodden workers would learn the truth about working conditions in
Germany.
Most Christian denominations were tolerated in Hitler’s Germany, and the two main churches, the
Evangelical Lutheran and the Roman Catholic were subsidized by the state. On September 10, 1933
Hitler concluded a concordat with the Vatican.
Since churches concentrated on spiritual matters, rather than worldly affairs, worshippers returned in
increasing numbers to their church. During the Third Reich 640 new churches were built. It was not
uncommon for a pastor or priest to conclude his service with the words “Gott segne den Fuhrer” (God
bless the Leader).
The protection of animal rights was a major concern of the National Socialists, who passed a law to
that effect, namely the Reichstierschutzgesetz (Reich Animal Protection Law). The
Reichsnaturschutzgesetz (Reich Law for the Protection of Nature) was promulgated on June 26, 1935.
It was one of the most advanced laws of its time and included the Dauerwald (long-term) concept
which is still used today for the restoration of forests.
Regarding crime, one of the first acts Hitler undertook was to disarm the police and remove their
rubber truncheons. He did this so that the people would feel less threatened and be more sympathetic
to the role of the police. At the same time the laws regarding the private ownership of weapons were
relaxed. Criminality soon dropped to very low levels, while drug offenses were unknown.
I don’t think these are the policies of a madmen intent on world domination, do you?
In reality Hitler had created the greatest economic recovery in history were people went from
starvation, unemployment and committing suicide to one of optimism, pride, employment, owning cars
and going on vacation’s on cruise ships. If you stand this economic achievement against Franklin
Delano Roosevelt’s, who took charge of America in 1933 and 5 years later the unemployment rate in
America was 18% then Hitler would win by a country mile. But then again Hitler was not
constrained by a Jewish banking dynasty that ran the country like Roosevelt was.
“I will not build myself a villa in Switzerland, nor will I lay claim to any fund with which to fight
criminality in this election campaign. Then after four years people shall judge whether the policy
of
ruining Germany has come to an end, whether Germany is rising again. I am ready to offer the
hand to
anyone even if previously he has misunderstood us if he will now join our Movement. But what we
have won I shall know how to defend against those who for fourteen years have shown that all that
they could do was destroy Germany. I have not taken this office for the sake of personal gain. For
myself I desire nothing. Our purpose will always remain the same, and I am persuaded that this
purpose which nothing can break will one day enable us to break down the distress of Germany.” –
Adolf Hitler-Stuttgart, 15th February 1933.
A video about living in Hitler’s Germany: https://youtu.be/9Eyt4ZZKJ1M
This recovery did not go unnoticed by world leaders.
“Through an independent monetary policy of sovereign credit and a full employment public
works program, the Third Reich was able to turn a bankrupt Germany, stripped of overseas
colonies, into the strongest economy in Europe within four years, even before armament spending
began.” (Henry C.K. Liu, “Nazism and the German Economic Miracle,” Asia Times (May 24,
2005).
Winston Churchill, who would later become Hitler’s enemy when German
economic power began to again challenge that of Great Britain, had this to say in 1935 — (before he
became the spokesperson for the Jewish Focus group):
“In fifteen years that have followed this resolve, he [Hitler] has succeeded in restoring
Germany to the most powerful position in Europe, and not only has he restored the position of his
country, but he has even, to a very great extent, reversed the results of the Great War… the
vanquished are in the process of becoming the victors and the victors the vanquished… whatever
else might be thought about these exploits they are certainly among the most remarkable in the
whole history of the world.”
“One may dislike Hitler’s system and yet admire his patriotic achievement. If our country
were defeated I should hope we should find a champion as indomitable to restore our courage and
lead us back to our place among the nations.” — Winston Churchill, 1935
David Lloyd George (Prime Minister of Great Britain 1916-22) had this to say on visiting Hitler
and Germany in 1936.
“Whatever one may think of Hitler’s methods – and they are certainly not those of a parliamentary
country, there can be no doubt that he has achieved a marvellous transformation in the spirit of
the people, in their attitude towards each other, and in their social and economic outlook.
He rightly claimed at Nuremberg that in four years his movement had made a new Germany.
It is not the Germany of the first decade that followed the war – broken, dejected and bowed down
with a sense of apprehension and impotence. It is now full of hope and confidence, and of a
renewed sense of determination to lead its own life without interference from any influence outside
its own frontiers.
There is for the first time since the war a general sense of security. The people are more cheerful.
There is a greater sense of general gaiety of spirit throughout the land. It is a happier Germany. I
saw it everywhere, and Englishmen I met during my trip and who knew Germany well were very
impressed with the change.
One man has accomplished this miracle. He is a born leader of men. A magnetic and dynamic
personality with a single-minded purpose, as resolute will and a dauntless heart.
He is not merely in name but in fact the national Leader. He has made them safe against potential
enemies by whom they were surrounded. He is also securing them against the constant dread of
starvation which is one of the most poignant memories of the last years of the War and the first
years of the Peace. Over 700,000 died of sheer hunger in those dark years. You can still see the
effect in the physique of those who were born into that bleak world.
The fact that Hitler has rescued his country from the fear of repetition of that period of despair,
penury and humiliation has given him an unchallenged authority in modern Germany.
Catholic and Protestant, Prussian and Bavarian, employer and workman, rich and poor, have been
consolidated into one people. Religious, provincial and class origins no longer divide the nation.
There is a passion for unity born of dire necessity.
I have never met a happier people than the Germans and Hitler is one of the greatest men”
In response to a telegram from Roosevelt who accused Hitler of aggression, Hitler gave a
speech in the Reichstag on April 28 1939 in which he said, “I took the leadership of a state which
was faced by complete ruin thanks to the promises of the outside world and the evil of its
democratic regime… Billions of German savings accumulated in gold or foreign exchange during
many years of peace were extorted from us. We lost our colonies. In 1933, I had in my country
7,000,000 unemployed, a few million part-time workers, millions of impoverished peasants, trade
destroyed, commerce ruined; in short, general chaos.
“Since then, Mr Roosevelt, I have only been able to fulfil one single task. I cannot feel myself
responsible for a world, for this world took no interest in the pitiful fate of my people. I have
regarded myself as called upon by Providence to serve my own people alone and to deliver them
from their frightful misery. Thus, for the past six and one half years, I have lived day and night for
the single task of awakening the powers of my people in face of our desertion by the rest of the
world, and of developing these powers to the utmost and for utilizing them for the salvation of our
community”.
On March, 29th, 1936, the German nation was given the opportunity to express their approval
or disapproval of the National Socialist state. It was an entirely free election without fear or
intimidation with adequate provision made for monitoring by neutral observers. Total qualified votes
45,453,691 : Total votes cast 45,001,489 (99%) : Votes ‘no’ or invalid 540,211 : Votes for Hitler’s
NSDAP 44,461,278 (98.8%).

Search for the book and download the pdf, it’s a great read, on par with Ben Bradberry’s book The Myth of German Villiany, and don’t forget The book The Dead Six Million Uncovered, by Brian Cleraubat, and Tell the Truth and Shame The Devil by Gerard Menuhin These four books are must reads if you want to understand what really happened during WW 1, 2 and the real reason why Hitler came to power and what was he truly fighting for.

Jim Rizoli