Alfred Rosenberg's The Myth of the Twentieth Century: An Evaluation of the PDF

By Alfred Rosenberg

ISBN-10: 0939482444

ISBN-13: 9780939482443

Rosenberg's racial interpretation of background concentrates at the supposedly unfavorable impact of the Jewish race unlike the Aryan race. He equates the latter with the Nordic peoples of northern Europe and likewise contains the Berbers from North Africa[1]. based on Rosenberg, sleek tradition has been corrupted by way of Semitic affects, that have produced degenerate smooth paintings, besides ethical and social degeneration. against this, Aryan tradition is outlined by way of innate ethical sensibility and an lively will to energy. Rosenberg believed that the better races needs to rule over the reduce and never interbreed with them, simply because cross-breeding destroys the divine mix of actual heredity and spirit. He makes use of an natural metaphor of the race and the kingdom and argues that the Nazis needs to purify the race soul through casting off non-Aryan components in a lot an analogous ruthless and uncompromising means during which a health care professional would chop a melanoma from a diseased body.In Rosenberg's pseudohistory migrating Aryans based numerous historical civilizations which declined and fell as a result of inter-marriage with lesser races. This incorporated the Indo-Aryan civilization, old Persia, Greece and Rome. He observed the traditional Germanic invasions of the Roman empire as "saving" its civilization which were corrupted either by means of intermixing and "Judaized-cosmopolitan" Christianity. additionally, he famous that the persecutions of Protestants in France and different components because the wiping out of the final remnants of the Aryan point in these parts, a procedure accomplished by means of the French revolution. In modern Europe, he observed the northern parts that embraced Protestantism because the closest to the Aryan racial and non secular excellent.

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Thereupon followed the persecution by Pope Innocentius III, the burning of the scriptures which had been translated from Latin into the mother tongue, and the execution of a number of the members of the sect. The survivors then fled throughout Lorraine and into the Netherlands and those other parts of Germany where every door, beyond the immediate reach of Rome, was opened to them. Yet another group fled into Lombardy. There it found similar heresies being spread by, among others, the Patarians in Milan, and the teachings of Arnold of Brescia who strove beyond what was purely evangelical for ecclesiastical as well as political reform, and who denied the pope a title to temporal power as a prerequisite for his spiritual health.

Accordingly, among their subject populations there arose the desire for a liberator and leader of the slaves; hence the legend of Christos. Beginning in Asia Minor, this Christos myth spread to Palestine, where it became linked with Jewish messianic yearnings, and was finally attached to the personality of Jesus. Besides his own utterances, there were falsely attributed to him the words and doctrines of near eastern prophets and, ironically indeed, in the form of an extension of ancient Aryan moral precepts; for example, the nine commandment table which had already been appropriated by the Jews as their ten prohibitions.

Such symbols are not simply those of an abstract theological nature, but represent with overwhelming clarity an organic antithesis between what is Nordic Germanic and the lesser races imbued with the spiritual nature of the near east. It was the blood sacrifices of the nations upon the battlefields of the world which gave the democratic men of the east and their bastardised accomplices in the large cities the opportunity to achieve ascendancy. That human type which first began to gain predominance in the France of 150 years ago, has since 1918 -- financed by the wealth of the Levant -- assumed the leadership of democracy in Germany.

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