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You must continually be conditioned to keep reviling Hitler.
The children of German neo-Nazis could soon be removed from their families and taken into care - in a bid to beat a rise in the glorification of Hitler and the Third Reich.

German authorities are becoming increasingly concerned with the number of summer camps and special schools brainwashing youngsters into worshipping a movement that killed six million Jews in the Holocaust.

A recent raid on one camp turned up jigsaw puzzles showing Germany's pre-World War 2 borders and colouring books where children were encouraged to crayon in the moustache of Hitler.

Cakes with lightning S.S. flashes on them and embroidery with swastikas were also found - both banned symbols under the postwar constitution.

It has led to calls for the government to look at ways to take the children of the worst neo-Nazi families into care.

Child welfare expert Günther Hoffmann said: 'If ideological influence reaches such proportions that it can threaten children's well-being, state or civic bodies are obliged to look into the situation.

'If we don't, we are going to incur massive problems in the future.'

The children, who are sent to the camps by their neo-Nazi parents, are taught that democracy is for 'weaklings'.

They are also told that only a 'people's community', as preached by the Nazis, can save the country under a new Fuehrer - one who has yet to be found.

The children who attend these summer camps get to do all the normal things youngsters do - swim, horse ride, canoe, trek and sleep outdoors.

But they also travel back in time to worship a movement that also brought about the greatest war in history.

Germany's Der Spiegel magazine obtained a copy of an email for a neo-Nazi retreat at Ahrensfelde outside Berlin where youngsters were offered horse riding and divided into groups according to their 'world view' - a favourite phrase of the Nazis.

There were lectures on offer about the rise of the Nazis and how they 'saved' Germany in the 1930's following defeat in WW1.

'Volk und Vaterland' - people and fatherland - camps have sprung up all over Germany in recent years to 'educate' the impressionable children of these extremists.

The rise of neo-Nazism is a worrying trend in Germany, which also involves 'circling the wagons' where supporters move in with in-laws and grandparents into areas where all support one another.

The most drastic example of this is Jamal in Mecklenburg, 100 miles from Berlin, where 99 percent of inhabitants are Nazis and proud of it.

'Their aim? A nationalist upbringing outside the mainstream,' said Der Spiegel in its report on the phenomenon.

In June police got wind of a reunion of neo-Nazi families from across Germany and turned them back at the gates of the Finnhuete holiday village.

Government officials say that 'several thousand' households in Germany are now raising their children to admire the Nazis.

Raids have turned up S.S. flags, books glorifying German 'warriors' in the war, records of banned Nazi songs and scrapbooks of major Third Reich figures who are the heroes of those trying desperately to build a Fourth Reich.

'They are becoming part of a sworn 'fighting community' hidden behind a middle-class façade,' said Der Spiegel.

And the banned German Youth Faithful to the Homeland group (HDJ) still has a core membership which meets in secret and rents cottages at holiday parks in Saxony where far-right supporters make up one fifth of the electorate.
Else the ability of certain Jews to keep exploiting you will evaporate.

I do not want to be put in a position to seem to be defending Adolf Hitler, but his motives for atrocity may very well have been much less heinous than we've been led to believe. Indeed, the atrocities themselves very well may have been much less heinous than we have been led to believe. I think a loose analogy of Saddam and the United States can be made with Hitler and those who put him in power. He turned on them. He turned on them in defense of his people, of the people. I'm pretty sure he did not exactly count Jews as people... more like potential space lizards... in the parlance of Out There.

So, anyway, I want to warn you that the drum beat against "neo-Nazis" may be as fraught with mindfucks as, say, the drumbeat against Ahmadinejad, or Hezbollah... that sort of thing. You must not get near certain very sensitive truths, let alone be preparing to defend against them or to deal with them once and for all. This is NOT in any way an exaltation of any of these people. It is ONLY a finger pointing at the mindfucking.

"Those trying desperately to build a fourth reich" are the ones dissing neo-Nazis, and it is already built. You just don't want to think it. Knowing you don't want to think it is WHY they keep publishing this crap... lest you get over yourself and start thinking it. I think you ought to anyway.