Why the Nazis actually won…



We consider WWII as an event which resulted to the defeat of the bad, evil Nazis. Yes! We – the FREE and CIVILIZED world won the evil guys with the Hugo Boss uniforms! (yes, they were designed by Hugo)

But is it really this true? I think not.
Let’s consider some examples of how things went on after the war…

1. Communism was finally crashed into oblivion (the MAIN political goal of Hitler – he always considered communists his greatest enemies and that is why he was so reluctant to attack UK and he even tried to offer them a truce!)

2. Modern space program continued based on V2 missiles and we finally got to the moon with the lead NAZI scientist leading NASA.

3. Western medicine followed the example of Mengele to the full extent: We are every day bombared with news about how genes control our behaviour, how genes are responsible for who we are, how genes can change, how the genome can be manipulated et cetera. Poeple kill their unborn babies because they could have a disability or just because… they feel up to it. (it is my “right” they claim) The experiments of Mengele were not an exception in the scientific community. Mengele was one of the many, working as an assistant professor at the famed Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Genetics. After WWII no one from this Institute was accused for anything… wrong (!!!) and the scientific academia did not find anything “weird” about these experiments. You may know the insitute in its current name: Max Planck. [1We tend to overlook that eugenics actually started in the US and that many “civilized” countries had extremely “good” eugenics programs for years after WWII! (see “Science, Eugenics and why Nazis won after all…” for more on that)

The dream of the Nazis for creating the new Arian race is going on. We are the heirs of that plan.

Every time I consider WWII I think about all the above. And I realize that WWII was like the case of Romans and ancient Greeks: Romans conquered the Greeks, only to be conquered back by their civilization. But in this case the West is not conquered by any “civilization” but by the terror of inhumanity…

Your thoughts?

Before you answer maybe you would like to know that the psychiatrist who treated the captured Nazi leaders committed suicide. (source) He could not stand what he discovered: That Nazis were NORMAL people like everyone else. They had nothing exceptional, nothing that made them “exceptions”. And what is more he found out that they shared two traits: They were goal driven and tireless workaholics. “Their like could very easily be found in America”, he wrote.

Our modern society has grabbed all too many characteristics of the Nazi society.

  • We tend to overlook the extended bureaucracy and the strict state control under which we all live – things which were perfected with the Nazis as mass-control methods.
  • We tend to overlook how much power is shifted from the individual to the state during the last years.
  • We tend to overlook the fact that our education is so much connected with the industry conglomerates – something which also started with the Nazis.

The Allies were not so much “against Nazis” (see “Allies trading with Hitler – Economic games during World War II” for a very good analysis of how Allied forced did business with Hitler even DURING the War!) as they were in favor of their methods of doing business and making money…

CIA – the “tool” used by West to manipulate politics on a global basis – was based on German Nazis. CIA Director Allen Dulles was the one who provided the German industrial conglomerates the legal tools to move money where they wanted. (see here and here and here)

So next time you are asked who “won” WWII be more careful.

Someone might be laughing behind your back…

DISCLAIMER: I am against the Nazis. Just a note for those who will read fast through the post…

Interesting related discussions

Please read these discussions I started in various philosophy forums regarding this subjects. I believe you will find the dialogues interesting…

Evolution of Human Rights. (but whose?)


Once upon a time we had slavery. Once upon a time we had this…

And this:

And this:

But then some people decided this was all too much…

Why have slaves and have the obligation to shelter them and feed them? Doesn’t anyone think of their poor master who lives in wealth while he can live in… MORE wealth?

So we invented… Human Rights!

And now we work for the same people, under the same pressure.

Now we have this:

And this:

But all these without the “problems” of the past. Now the poor master (called “employer”) does not have to feed us or shelter us.

Now we have to pay everything our selves. Now we have this:

And this:

But we have Human Rights! What we always wanted!

The only thing we missed to clarify was WHOSE human rights were those…

Slavery is over! Over? Not!

Iran, US, torture, finesse…


The revelation of a machine used in Iran for punishing criminals, has created a public outrage in the “civilized” world. (1, 2)

Of course! When will this “primitive” country stop using such crude devices?!? When will they start being more civilized like the US is? At last! When will countries like Iran learn civilization from us (and… US)?

Death in the “civilized” world (e.g. in the United States) is delivered with… finesse!

Look at the chamber of death above. Look at the finesse. Look at the high quality. Pure Civilization, don’t you think?

OK then.

Let’s make a war to spread it.

Western civilization – The Sum of All Hypocrisy


Yes, we Westerners are hypocrits. We think we know better. We think we are the only ones who are “civilized”. We think we are the only ones who know of human rights. We think we are the only ones who have the right to judge others (and invade their countries if we wish).

But enough of words.

Some times pictures talk louder than words.

Yes, our science is inherently connected to the money industry. Yes, our theories cannot explain anything in life as we think. Yes, Facebook and our precious “progressive” technology does not promote civilization and human understanding. Yes, our notions for tradition are the same ones which we accuse of “terrorism” in the countries in Middle East. Yes, we live every day using products produced by children slaves. Yes, we live every day using products produced in the polluting factories in China.

We are privileged. We are arrogant.

Bravo Mo Yan! (or the Censorship of hypocrisy…)


Chinese writer Mo Yan winning the 2012 Nobel Prize for Literature is making headline news in China, with an overwhelming amount of praise, but also controversy, among internet users. [1]

Many people critisize Mo Yan, claiming that he is in favor of censorship as applied by the official Chinese government – e.g. to other Chinese artists.

But how can someone judge an artist based on his political opinions? How can someone censor an artist because he does not go in jail so as to defend other jailed artists? Do those who protest against Mo, do anything about the jailed chinese artists ? (except shouting in the Internet of course…)

The greatest mistake of Americans and Europeans is to think that censorship exists only in China. The West if full of economic trusts, political lobbyists, people in power doing anything they wish and imposing their ideas as “mainstream” throughout the Old and New Continent.

A Chinese farmer gorwing rice and spending each day peacfully in his small house, could be more free than any European or any American spending his day in depression within a small flat.

Let’s all be happy for Mo! He deserves it!

Let’s stop being so hypocrits (Gr. Ας σταματήσουμε να είμαστε τόσο δήθεν).

The pen name Mo Yan means “don’t speak”. Maybe this is the best advice for all “civilized” people in the West who always think they know so much.