A few weeks ago, the Polish government approved a new law, making it illegal to associate Poland with Nazi crimes. Basically, saying or writing something like “Polish death camps” is now punishable by law. However, that contradicts actual events surrounding the Jedwabne Pogrom. Read more
Just like the phoenix, human rights emerged from the ashes and ruins of the world. The beginning of human rights as a revolution is said to be in the late 19th and the whole of the 20th century. However, from ancient texts and research, we can gather that the first time human rights were talked about was back in 539 BC. This is when the armies of Cyrus the great captured ancient Persian lands only to free the slaves and establish equality. This significant historical act provided a basis for today’s human rights decrees.
As with everything else, a theoretic approach will only take one so far. This was also true of the Third Reich, who took tremendous care to research occult theories and establish a Hitler-centered cult among its citizens, but ultimately wanted to achieve their goal to purify the Aryan race as quickly as possible, by all means necessary.
In the previous part of “Building the Master Race,” we’ve looked at Heinrich Himmler’s ambitions to proof a unified Aryan heritage and the existence of a Nordic Master Race. His idea was not only to complement the Third Reich’s ambitions to conquer Europe and repopulate it with a purely Aryan race but to also proof personal views and beliefs in the process.