Adolf Hitler About the Liberal-Marxist Fundamental Evil

by Der Stürmer

The decay of the nation systematically spread by the Marxist false doctrine in worldview-wise inconsistent opposites means the destruction of the basis of a possible community life.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


The dissolution strikes all foundations of social order. The totally inconsistent attitude of the individual to the concepts of state, society, religion, morality, family and economy rips open differences, which leads to a war of all against everybody.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


The most decisive ideas of the democratic-liberal-Marxist world of parties were brought into our folk from the outside as formal concepts. The French Revolution (1789) provides slogan-filled theories and affirmations, which the Jewish intellectualism of the previous century sanctified with hair-splitting systemization into an international-revolutionary dogma.

Speech of September 10, 1934 in Nuremberg


The world-idea of the liberal era invited the international idea of Marxist socialism to be its successor, and this flows into anarchist chaos or communist dictatorship.

Speech of September 5, 1934 in Nuremberg


Proceeding from the liberalism of the previous century, this development naturally finds its end in communist chaos.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


The preservation of the broadest middle-class is just as necessary for an in itself healthfully balanced folk organism as it forms a necessary prerequisite for a real preservation of property.

„Adolf Hitler’s Program”, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


The conscious proletarianization of the medium and small businessmen, the destruction of small businesses and other small, independent existences as well as the trades leads in its final effect to it, that at the end only a very tiny number of people are interested in the concept of property and that the majority, robbed of any possibility for their own advancement, must become enemies of the concept of property.

„Adolf Hitler’s Program”, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


The German bourgeoisie as social substance was the product of a selection based less on political and more on social economic functions.

Speech of September 3, 1933 in Nuremberg


While the intellectual leaders of our bourgeoisie world talked about „working quietly” and skillfully presented lofty treatises at tea circles, National Socialism set out on the march into the folk. We held hundreds of thousands of rallies.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


We indeed have an intellectually higher-standing stratum; but it is lacking in energy. If we had not distanced ourselves so far from the folk feeling through an over-estimation of mechanical knowledge, the Jew would have never been able to find the path into our folk.

Speech of April 27, 1923 in Munich


I know this broad folk and always want to say just one thing to our intellectuals: every Reich, which you build only upon the levels of intellectual comprehension, is built weak!

Speech of May 10, 1933 in Berlin


The eternal pessimists and the basic complainers have never saved a folk, but destroyed numerous folks, states and empires!

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Unterhaching


Despite all capableness, a government requires not only the support of the general forces in our folk – which it is determined to pull in to the widest extent – rather also the devout loyalty and work of the professional officialdom. Only given I he most grave distress of public finance should cuts be made, but even then only strict justice will be the highest law of our action.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


The body of German officialdom must again become, what it once was!

Speech of August 1, 1923 in Munich


Similar as toward the German peasants is the attitude of the national government toward the middle class. Its salvation can only follow in the course of the general economic policy. The national government is determined to thoroughly solve this problem.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


The middle class will not be saved by criticism and theories, rather precisely it is bound for better or worse to the salvation of the peasantry and the worker.

Speech of May 1, 1934 in Berlin


The rightist parties without exception lack energy. They see how the flood nears.

Speech of April 24, 1923 in Munich


Let go of the hope that something is to be expected from the right (the reactionary side) for the freedom of the German folk! The most elemental thing is lacking there: the will, the courage and the energy. Where does strength still lie in the German folk? It lies – as always – in the broad mass. Energy slumbers there and waits for the one, who calls it from its former slumber and throws it into the fate-struggle of the German race.

Speech of April 24, 1923 in Munich


The centrum represents the idea of the solidarity of a specific religious denomination. Other folks, even if they think and act ever so fanatically according to the principles of their religious faith, are first sons of their folk, and only then do they stand up for the idea of a religious denomination.

Speech of April 10, 1923 in Munich


Does a party want to talk of the struggle of Christianity, which for fourteen years sat with atheists, with deniers of God?

Speech of February 20, 1933 in Cologne


I do not understand… that one speaks in the fashion of the centrum against godlessness, but at the same time makes a pact with the godless.

„Adolf Hitler’s Program”, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


As a support…. (social democracy) … possessed fellow-travelers, among them the centrum, which…is ready to extend the hand to the Marxists.

Speech of April 27, 1923 in Munich


The destruction of both these great life groups (of the middle class and of the peasantry), promoted for decades above all by the centrum and social democracy and today practically achieved, is the jointly performed preliminary work for the victory of Bolshevism.

„Adolf Hitler’s Program”, election appeal of July 31, 1932


Across the centrum the more or less national-embellished bourgeois democracy connects itself with the unveiled Marxism internationalism and now produces those parliamentarian governments, which – relieving each other in ever shorter time intervals – sells out and dissipates the saved up economic and political capital of the nation.

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


Democracy: fundamentally nothing German, rather something Jewish.

Speech of April 12, 1922 in Munich


I lien we always find two great buzz words, „freedom” and „democracy”, as, I want to say, sign-boards. Freedom, by that one understands, likewise in the important positions, which in reality govern, the possibility of an unrestrained, unresisted plundering of the broad mass.

Speech of July 28, 1922 in Munich


What was then all this liberalism, what was our press, what was the stock exchange, what was freemasonry? Jew instruments!

Speech of April 13, 1923 in Munich


Jewish democracy of majority rule: always and ever only a means… for the destruction of the actual Aryan leadership.

Speech of April 12, 1922 in Munich


Unspeakably incapable, lacking energy and cowardly are all these bourgeois political parties – at a moment when the nation would not need talkers, rather heroes. From this side, then, nothing is to be expected!

Speech of April 24, 1923 in Munich

The centrum (has) sacrificed its Christian ideals. The center-of-road parties abandon the middle class.

„Adolf Hitler’s Program“, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


The economy stagnates, the finances are ruined, millions are unemployed.

Speech of March 21, 1933 in Potsdam


Have they not already turned millions of middle-class existences into beggars? Have they not brought every honest person close to starvation and only fattened speculative swindlers?

Speech of September 5, 1933 in Potsdam


Thousands of old pensioners, middle class people, scholars, war widows sell their last gold assets for paper wipes…The last national wealth is „played off’ into the hands of Jewry, which takes over everything…Millions of existences, which were based on a life time of thrift, were robbed of everything by this swindle!

Speech of August 21, 1923 in Munich


Everything that was great, high and holy has been dragged in the dust.

Speech of March 27, 1924 in Munich.


If respect for the law has sank, then also because law and morality…(during the Marxist regime) are no longer identical.

Speech of March 27, 1924 in Munich


A reversal of all values set(s) in: what was good, now becomes bad, and what was bad, good. The heroic despised and the coward admired, the honest punished and the lazy rewarded. The decent person can only expect scorn, but the degenerate is praised. Strength experiences condemnation, but weakness glorification. The value in itself means nothing. In its place comes number, that means lesser value and no value. The historical past is just as infamously soiled as the historical future is denied without a care.

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


That everybody in a nation would be able to manage a farmstead or a factory or to decide their administration, is contested. Only that everybody is able to administer a state or to elect its administration, is ceremoniously attested in the name of democracy. This is a contradiction in itself!

Speech of September 3, 1933 in Nuremberg


For thirteen years these political parties of weakness and impotence, of half-measures, cowardice and inability court the favor of foreign countries and receive kicks after kicks.

„Adolf Hitler’s Program”, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


Internationalism and democracies are inseparable concepts.

Lecture of January 27, 1932 in Düsseldorf


One has…made Germany a colony of foreign countries. Those who were fed with the idea of internationalism were in actuality placed under the diktat of the Internationale. They have their international state: international finance governs.

Speech of April 27, 1923 in Munich


I lie democracies and what stands to their left, political parties, which are pacifist or anti-German, included and demand nothing except submission, negotiation at any price.

Speech of May 4, 1923 in Munich


What are (have been) our government organs…other than executive organs of our external tyrants.

Speech of March 27, 1924 in Munich


The nature of the November Republic characterizes itself in the coming and going to London, Spaa, Paris and Genova, servility toward the enemy, giving up German manly dignity, pacifistic cowardice, toleration of all baseness, willing acceptance of everything until there is nothing left.

Speech of September 12, 1923 in Munich


Man heard of the right of self-determination of peoples, of the League of Nations, of the self-rule of the people. And what came? A world peace, but a world peace on our field of corpses.

Speech of March 27, 1924 in Munich


What did fulfillment politics mean back then? It can be stated very simply: Man was supposed to try to meet all the opponents’ demands as much as possible in order to enable Germany’s rise again.

Speech of May 4, 1923 in Munich


For fifteen years…German people stood shaken and broken before the ruins of the national existence built up with much effort over long decades. Bad advisors, who had once lead us to ruination, found since then no other means for the salvation of the nation than recommendation of a humiliating servility, slavish attitude and lethargic letting things happen!

Speech of May 1, 1934 in Berlin


Germany’s misfortune is not fate, rather the curse of the evil deed of the November parties!

„Adolf Hitler’s Program”, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


The former world of political parties has been smashed Germany, it has been broken by it. It is silly to believe that the factors whose existence is historically inseparably bound with Germany’s decline could now suddenly be the factors for its rise again.

Lecture of January 27, 1932 in Düsseldorf


All the men – who through this crazy or criminal behavior since November 1918 plunged our folk into the present misfortune and gave as motive for their action the phrases „freedom”, „brotherhood” and „equality” – do not today share fate and suffering with the victims of their politics! Millions of German folk comrades have been delivered by them to the most severe distress, which there is. Need, misery and hunger rape their existence. The seducers, however, enjoy in foreign countries the freedom to defame their own folk for gold, to deliver it to the hatred of the surroundings!

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


Social democracy and centrum, free thinkers and folk parties, state party, atheist associations, red and Christian trade unions, entrepreneur federations and economic parties have brotherly found their way together in the fight against the National Socialism movement.

„Adolf Hitler’s Proclamation”, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


We National Socialists have passed through too long a period of persecutions and suppressions in order to not precisely recognize the real value of our political opponents’ shrill, democratic humanity phrases. We are determined to act according to this realization!

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


The others speak of democracy and avoid the folk. National Socialism speaks of authority, but has fought and struggled with this folk like no movement in Germany before it.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


I do not believe in the future of the German nation as long as its interests are represented by twenty or thirty parties, federations, associations, groups and tiny groups. I know the curse of German fragmentation through the centuries of our history. It is not more useful for the German nation to let thirty parties act than it was previously useful to be governed just by as many rulers. I consider it above all impossible that a folk can survive m the hard time of the present world crises, if it is divided internally in classes.

„Adolf Hitler’s Program”, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


The parties have now finally been eliminated; this is a historical event, of whose significance and scope one is largely not yet conscious.

Speech of July 6, 1933 in Berlin


Not from the stagnant swamp of our old parties could German salvation come, it could only come from the portion of the nation, which decently fulfills its duty.

Speech of February 26, 1934 in Munich


In one year of National Socialist revolution, we have overthrown the parties…All of them, which orbited as satellites around the Second or Third Internationale, which represented the bourgeois middle class, the interests of Catholicism, the tasks of an evangelical socialism, the goals of finance to the pitiful representation of our rootless intellectualism, they are all gone. The energy of our folk’s life has victoriously elevated itself in this year over the ruins of this sunken world. What do all the legislative measures of decades mean compared to the force of this single fact?

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


There the front of the Germany of parties, there the front of folk-Germany’s future.

„Adolf Hitler’s Program”, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


National Socialism is hence a fanatical and merciless enemy of any class division and separate of ranks.

Speech of October 2, 1933 in Hameln


The inconsequence of the economic and political idea of bourgeois democracy invariably called the consequent Marxist theory onto the playing field of these forces. So it came that while the folks still partook of the material fruits of bourgeois and liberal individualism, the apostles of the new (Marxist) doctrine politically preached the equality of all values. Parliamentarian democracy had to invariably in the long-run become the moral enemy of the value of personality even in the purely economic sphere. It could only be a question of time when the ruthlessly advancing doctrine of the Marxist idea of equality would have finally overrun the last bulwarks of politics before the economy in order to then finally finish off the political and economic ideology of the bourgeois era.

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


The proletariat (of the Marxist era) …is outwardly pacifist and inwardly terrorist, the bourgeoisie, on the other hand, wants to be a terrorist outwardly and a pacifist inwardly.

Speech of April 20, 1923 in Munich


It is furthermore the characteristic trait of these fourteen (postwar) years that, aside from natural fluctuations, the line of development constantly led downward.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


The number of Germans standing inwardly on the ground of the Weimar constitution, despite the suggestive significance and pitiless utilization of the power of government, was at the end only a fraction of the whole nation.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


For fifteen years things went ever more downward for our folk. The most horrible thing thereby was not the fact of the collapse in itself, rather the lack of will, born out of desperation and lunacy, with which the folk set about accepting this fate. Each year of the progressing decline appeared to prove those people right, who had already at the start made the prophecy of the futility of all attempts to change our fate.

Speech of May 1, 1934 in Berlin


Marxism became the herder of the workers, freemasonry formed the disintegration machinery for the „intellectual” strata, „Esperanto” was supposed to make „understanding” easier.

Speech of September 18, 1922 in Munich


Who are the freemasons, actually? One distinguishes two grades: to the lower belong in Germany those average citizens who can „feel something” by the offered phraseology. The responsible people, however, are those far-sighted ones, who bear any climate, those three hundred Rathenaus, who all know each other, who direct the affairs of the world over the heads of the kings and state presidents. Those who scrupulously assume any office, who know how to brutally enslave all the folks – again, Jews!

Speech of April 13, 1923 in Munich


One wants to believe that a „statesman” who fails would disappear forever. In the parliamentarian state, however, he simply goes to the back and stands in line again.

Speech of May 4, 1923 in Munich


Never will one of the November criminals be able to represent Germany in the world!

Speech of September 12, 1923 in Munich


German parliamentarism is…the decline and the end of the German nation.

Speech of May 4, 1923 in Munich


I understand under Marxism a doctrine, which in principle rejects the value of personality, which replaces energy with mass.

Speech of February 26, 1924 in Munich


They suffocate in their own compromises.

Marxism invariably flows not only politically, rather also culturally, into nihilism.

Speech of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


The end of socialism in Germany is that a sixty-million folk has become the slave of capitalism, and indeed of an international world-capitalism.

Appendix to „Adolf Hitler’s Speeches”: Adolf Hitler’s Sayings


Whether Germany rises up means nothing to the „classconscious” social democrat, if just the party stands – likewise for the Erzbergish centrum and for the democrats: if only the doctrine is not harmed, folk reconciliation, folk peace etc… These chosen ones of the folk calmly look on until the whole has dropped dead!

Speech of August 21, 1923 in Munich


Social democracy declares literally in its main organ, the „Vorwärts”, that it does not lie in the interests of the German worker, if Germany wins the war.

Speech of April 13, 1923 in Munich


And what does the party of Mr. Ebert and Mr. Auer say? „A German victory does not lie in the interests of the German worker class” – whereby they just mean themselves.

Speech of April 17, 1923 in Munich


One (the Marxist) means: anybody can govern; any cobbler or tailor is supposed to be able direct a state. And then one believes, through soiling and putting down the own self, the own folk, to acquire sympathy from the others.

Speech of April 20, 1923 in Munich


They talk so much about it that social democrats also stood in the field: the German workers stood in the field! But even if they still felt social democratic in some kind of fog back then – it was not the case, and everybody who was a soldier knows that back then nobody thought about his party – even it that had been the case: How base are these leaders that they have denied their own people, who bore the sacrifice of this struggle, the fruit of these sacrifices – all the suffering, all the need, mortal fear, torment, hunger and sleep deprivation. They can no longer make restitution for what they have inflicted on our folk through this crime!

Speech of May 10, 1933 in Berlin


For the first time at the start of the war in August 1914 international solidarity whistled off with a huge crash.

Speech of April 27, 1923 in Munich


Social democracy represents world-political interests; but a common walk with the workers of the world is, after all, only possible on the basis of mutual respect and setting equal. The German must first be a German as the Englishman is an Englishman, if he wants to gain the respect of the others.

Speech of April 10, 1923 in Munich


The senile thing in the life of folks, however, is internationalism.

Speech of May 1, 1923 in Munich


When folks no longer possess creative energy, then they become international.

Speech of May 1, 1923 in Munich


What is present in real values of human culture, did not emerge from internationalism, rather the folkdom has created it.

Speech of May 1, 1923 in Munich


It is a lack of conviction and lack of character, to be a pacifist: For he himself certainly makes a claim to help from others, but does not want to himself practice self-assertion. With a folk it is the same. A folk, which is not ready to defend itself, lacks character.

Speech of April 27, 1923 in Munich


The Jew became founder of the social democratic, of the communist movement.

Speech of July 28, 1922 in Munich


That (the international German state) is the paradise of the Jews.

Speech of April 27, 1923 in Munich


The development has confirmed to us that the overwhelming portion of German workers no longer clings inwardly to Marxism.

Speech of May 16, 1934 in Berlin


Neither the bourgeoisie nor the proletariat was in their overwhelming portion ready to make a sacrifice for their conviction or even to die.

Speech of May 16, 1934 in Berlin


One must recognize the nature of our previous world of political parties in order to comprehend the meaning of this „parliamentarian democracy”…., and one will then come to the conclusion: that, first, there was almost no trace of world-view among these formations (the previous parties) despite all the talk, that, second, they were in their whole intellectual content and their construction unable to ever interest the nation in a single great goal or even to completely win it for it, and that they, third, also did not have any intention at all, for the sake of higher ideas and goals, to renounce the business possibilities, which were to be found in the fragmentation of the folk body given the „capitalist ability” of these saviors of folk and economy.

Speech of September 10, 1934 in Nuremberg


One can image that: Mr. Ebert as national leader of the German folk – Fritz Ebert from Berlin! Freedom fighter and revolution- maker at the same time? No, thrice no!

Speech of September 12, 1923 in Munich


Marxism as world-view of decomposition has with sharp vision recognized in the trade union movement the possibility to launch the attack against the state and human society with an absolutely devastating weapon. Not in order to perhaps help the worker – what does the worker of whatever land mean to these international apostles? Nothing at all! They do not see him. They are no workers, they are folk-alien literati, folk-alien pack!

Speech of May 10, 1933 in Berlin


Social democracy was…a party with huge connections and contacts. Then there were the trade unions. They, too, were used for the struggle, for the political one, not the economic one. The trade unions provided the money reservoir for the party. In addition came a tremendous terror, with which one held the „comrades” together.

Speech of April 27, 1923 in Munich


When we introduced on May 2 (1933) last year the destruction of the German political parties through occupation of the trade unions, it did not happen in order to take purposeful representation away from any German, rather in order to liberate the German folk from those organizations, whose worst damage it was that they had to cause damage in order to justify the necessity of their own existence.

Speech of May 1, 1934 in Berlin


Marxism: for it wanted nothing else than to destroy Germany!

Speech of May 10, 1933 in Berlin


The numerical and objectively existing weakness…of the (Marxist) regiment led to that unique connection between Marxist theoreticians and capitalist practitioners, who as a consequence had to imprint the basic character traits of this rare, corrupt misalliance on both political and economic life.

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


The men who today lead Germany have nothing in common with the paid traitors of November 1918.

Speech of October 14, 1933 in Berlin


What has been overthrown, will never again be resurrected. That is why we are there!

Speech of November 16, 1933 in Elbing


Fate gave fourteen years time to the men before us to prove their real ability through deeds. However, whoever fourteen years long fails like these, ruins a healthy folk, drives it toward misery and desperation, has no right in the fifteenth year to play the critic of those who want to do better and who have also done better. They had an opportunity to act for fourteen years. We give them no opportunity today to babble very long.

Speech of March 21, 1934 in Munich


We will…not tolerate that the bearers of the previous destruction of our folk, through their eternally negative activity of decomposition, continue to make the German folk lacking in will or even just unsure at a time when its entire will must help to avoid the catastrophe, to overcome the crisis.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


It will hence be one of the movement’s most important tasks to declare pitiless battle against these destroyers of our folk’s strength of resistance and to wage it until their total destruction or subjugation.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


A revolutionary upheaval is only justified, if in the end result it actually serves the self-preservation and life-preservation of a folk. That is the only justification for socialism.

Speech of May 16, 1934 in Berlin


Bismarck once declared that liberalism was the pace-maker for social democracy. I do not need to say here that social democracy is the pace-maker for communism.

Speech of May 10, 1933 in Berlin


The deepest essence and meaning of the communist process lies in the attempt to break up the folks made up of various racial cores and to replace the previously politically and world- view-wise leading portion with a new, in this case Jewish, ruling stratum.

Speech of February 7, 1934 in Berlin


While the communists fundamentally reject the discipline of the state, they preach the discipline of the party. While they reject the administration of the state as bureaucracy, they kneel before the bureaucracy of their own movement. A state within a state emerges, which opposes the state of the folk community as a mortal enemy. It finally produces people with a fanatical rejection of their own folk, so that eventually foreign countries find allies in them. That is the product of the Marxist doctrine!

Speech of April 24, 1923 in Munich


Just like after the Kerenski government in Russia, the real Soviet dictatorship is supposed to be erected after the lemonade Ebert revolution. Do not take that lightly! Many of those who still laugh at that in Germany, will have their heads roll in the sand. – The human rubble is the same in all lands. Only a miracle can stop Germany’s political collapse.

Speech of September 5, 1923 in Munich


In the master folk the realization became unconsciously ever more alive as morality, that its mastery must not be arbitrariness, rather noble reason. The ability to subjugate others was not given it by Providence in order to, without purpose, feel like master or to torment, rather to – from the connection of its genius and the other’s strength – shape for both together an existence worthy of humans, because useful to them. But just when this process of forming folks and states was introduced, the communist era of humanity ended. For communism is not a higher stage of development, rather it is the most primitive starting form.

Speech of September 3, 1933 in Nuremberg


The left: energy is there. Where they have power, they use it, but how? For Germany’s ruin!

Speech of April 24, 1923 in Munich


Communism, however, is the pace-maker for death, for folk-death, for decline!

Speech of May 10, 1933 in Berlin


The communist revolution threatening the folk since November 1918: a danger, however, which the lands cannot gauge, who have not like us had millions of organized communists and have not – like Germany – suffered under terror.

Speech of May 17, 1933 in Berlin


The mobilization of the most primitive instincts leads to a connection between the views of a political idea and the actions of real criminals. Starting with plundering, arson, rail sabotage, assassinations etc., everything receives its moral sanction in the communist idea.

Speech of March 23, 1933 in Berlin


Does one not see… that Bolshevism is not just a band raging in Germany on a few streets, rather a world-view, which is in the process of subjugating the whole Asian continent and which today as a state stretches from almost our eastern border to Wladiwostok?

Lecture of January 27, 1932 in Düsseldorf


The path Europe walked was the direct path into Bolshevism. And what this Bolshevism would have mean for Europe, I do not have to illustrate!

Speech of October 24, 1933 in Berlin


Communism would, given its victory in Europe, in the coming half millennium have to lead to the total extermination of even the last remnants of the creations of that Aryan spirit, which as culture-bringer since the millennia historically know to us has, in its diverse ramifications and branches, given the present White world the general cultural and hence genuinely human foundations.

Speech of February 7, 1934 in Berlin


While the communist party wrote the fight against Versailles on its own flags, it managed to mobilize people who in their desperation believed they can only find an escape through chaos. The world, however, did not appear to notice that – while it blindly insisted down to the letter on the fulfillment of incomprehensible, yes, downright crazy impossibilities – a development was underway in Germany which, as the prelude for the communist world revolution, had to soon put a disease- ridden plague-carrier in place of the useful treaty-slave.

Speech of January 30, 1934 in Berlin


If in Western or Central Europe one folk falls to Bolshevism, this poison will eat farther and desolate the today oldest and most beautiful cultural property of the earth.

Speech of September 3, 1933 in Nuremberg


The struggle against Bolshevism as a world threat is practically a struggle for a richly structured, organically constructed folk state, which possesses in the peasantry its fundament, but in the middle class the bridge over which capable individuals can gradually work their way up into the higher levels.

„Adolf Hitler’s Program”, appeal for the election of July 31, 1932


The situation in which we find ourselves is clear to all: At the beginning of this year (1933) there were weeks in which we came within a hair’s width of the brink of Bolshevik chaos.

Proclamation of September 1, 1933 in Nuremberg


If our enemies of the red color had come to power, then we would see by us as well as elsewhere just a heap of rubble. Today, however, we see blossoming life in Germany.

Speech of March 20, 1934 in Munich


When I turned against communism, then not because of the 100,000 bourgeoisie…, we did it because we saw the whole folk facing ruin, the millions of its productive people and above all the workers as well! One will not be able to dispute that we have conducted this struggle heroically and courageously.

Speech of October 24, 1933 in Berlin