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Mein Kampf Used to Assault Israel

The UK Channel 4’s Paul Mason has penned an opinion piece in The Guardian titled “As Mein Kampf returns to Germany, the world is again awash with hatred.” As Hitler’s Mein Kampf is republished in Germany following its copyright expiration (albeit annotated with critical context), it appears eminently reasonable on the part of Mason to look back in history how in a short period of time from penning his racist screed, Hitler went from a fringe extremist to the Nazi leader who unleashed war and genocide on the world.

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  • Norman_In_New_York

    Mein Kampf is superfluous. Minds were already made up before it was republished.

    • Frances

      And there are probably a fair few out there who wish to read this book themselves, not just be told about how hateful it is by their “betters”.

  • Barrington Minge

    Mein Kampf – Have you ever tried to read it? I did at school. In truth it is almost unreadable.

    • Raymond Hietapakka

      …I don’t think I managed to struggle thru more than 5-6 pages…dull, boring, non-sensical tripe…

  • simus1

    To an Austrian like hitler, utilizing large dollops of thinly disguised muslimism viewed with approval in his handbook would be a very edgy way of giving the finger to the old order that was supposedly giving him so much grief.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Jewish schools in the UK that receive state money will now have to teach Islam. No doubt Mein Kampf will be required as well in a year or two. After all, there’s no right or wrong, only competing narratives, and what about all the good things Hitler did?

    5 years, tops, holocaust denial will be the law.

    BTW the terms ‘jihad’ and ‘Mein Kampf’ mean literally the same thing.