Friedrich Nietzsche, Nazis, Soviets, and Paul Robeson



Millions have been murdered in West Asia (called Europe by its inhabitants) in order to destroy real Christianity. Christ's followers have become good Muslims in the past, (think of Amr ibn Al-As' entry into Egypt). Believers were also murdered to destroy any semblance of Islam in that part of Asia (Europe). Millions were vilified and then murdered:

The Nazis
Nietzsche was so contemptuous of humanity's submission to the Most High that he preferred a "beast" over deen. He stated plainly that what he imagined to be the 'true' blond Aryan was anti-Islam: Nietzsche's "complete man," ... represents a version of the "blond beast," or "beast of prey," who returned to the wilderness to free himself from the peace of society. The following excerpt is from Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900), a fervent philosopher who was anti-democracy, anti-Christianity, anti-Judaism, anti-socialist and self-acclaimed Anti-Christ, expressed his belief in a master race and the coming of a superman in many of his works. In his unique aphoristic style, Nietzsche wrote in The Genealogy of Morals (III 14):
The sick are the great danger of man, not the evil, not the 'beasts of prey.' They who are from the outset botched, oppressed, broken those are they, the weakest are they, who most undermine the life beneath the feet of man, who instill the most dangerous venom and skepticism into our trust in life, in man, in ourselves…Here teem the worms of revenge and vindictiveness; here the air reeks of things secret and unmentionable; here is ever spun the net of the most malignant conspiracy – the conspiracy of the sufferers against the sound and the victorious; here is the sight of the victorious hated.

In Mein Kampf, Hitler wrote of his admiration for Richard Wagner, a 19th century German composer from Bayreuth. Wagner was one of the intellectual precursors of thought that led to National Socialism. He had a profound impact on Hitler, who wrote in Mein Kampf (17):
I was captivated. My youthful enthusiasm for the master of Bayreuth knew no bounds. Again and again I was drawn to his works, and it still seems to me especially fortunate that the most modest provincial performance left me open to an intensified experience later on.

Wagner's music, and later his racist and ethnocentric ideology evidently appealed to Hitler. Wagner's impact on Nazism was profound, which justifies Hitler's statement that "to understand Nazism one must first know Wagner" (Shirer, 102). On one of Hitler's trips to the Bayreuth [in 18xx], he stopped at the Nietzsche archive in Weimar (Macintyre, 184).

For Nietzsche, the slave's values have labeled the impulses of man as evil, and thus the slave has glorified passivity. Moreover, action for the slave only becomes good when it is a reaction (Nietzsche, Genealogy III 10): "Complete men … exuberant with strength, and consequently necessarily energetic, they were too wise to dissociate happiness from action – activity becomes in their minds necessarily counted as happiness." Nietzsche's "complete man," synonymous with Hitler's "whole man," represents a version of the "blond beast," or "beast of prey," who returned to the wilderness to free himself from the peace of society. Nietzsche associated the "magnificent blond brute" with the Roman, Arabic, Germanic, and Japanese nobility, who were all "rampant for spoil and victory." Nietzsche's blond beast, which becomes associated primarily with Germans when it resurfaces as the "blond Teuton beast," is mankind's hope to reach its full potential (Nietzsche, The Genealogy of Morals, III 10). However, unrestrained impulses are likely to lead to destruction, which Nietzsche acknowledges as a trade-off. Nietzsche defended the horror by arguing that it is better to be afraid of the impulsive brute than surrounded by the immune, "the dwarfed, the stunted, and envenomed" (Nietzsche, The Genealogy of Morals, III 10). In other words, Nietzsche argued it is better to chance the occurrence of horror than castrate man's impulsive nature. [Friedrich Nietzsche's Influence on Hitler's Mein Kampf]

Paul Robeson
Paul Robeson visited the SSR in 1937 and again in 1949 (Robeson's Tribute to Stalin, "To You Beloved Comrade").

"But in the Soviet Union, Yakuts, Nenetses, Kirgiz, Tadzhiks - had respect and were helped to advance with unbelievable rapidity in this socialist land. No empty promises, such as colored folk continuously hear in the United States, but deeds. For example, the transforming of the desert in Uzbekistan into blooming acres of cotton. And an old friend of mine, Mr. Golden, trained under Carver at Tuskegee, played a prominent role in cotton production. In 1949, I saw his daughter, now grown and in the university - a proud Soviet citizen. "

Ironically, he apparently wasn't aware that Central Asians and Caucasians were being called "N-ggers," nor was he apparently aware that illiteracy and Africa were almost synonymous in the Russian-language text books. Of course, Russia was far more civilized than the United States, in which African-descended peoples were literally being hanged off of trees and raped. For exposing the evils of Amerikka, the United States revoked Robeson's passport in 1950 [source], Shades of Black from DuBois.org. Thus Robeson missed the Asian-African Bandung Conference which took place in the Islamic state of Indonesia [source], The State of Black-Asian Relations ]. DuBois' passport was also denied in 1959 [source], W.E.B. DuBois. In this era, the U.S. seeks to destroy Assata Shakur and anyone who seeks freedom for Palestine.

Watch Robeson singing the old anthem of the USSR and celebrating the victory of the multi-ethnic Republics against the Nazis (who murdered millions of Poles, Jews, Luli, and African German citizens, including Tanzanian Mahjub bin Adam Mohamed). [Soviet Music Paul Robeson Singing USSR Anthem First Memorial To Black Nazi Victims]

Recently, Rus Neo-Nazis murdered a Tajik and Daghestani immigrant and posted the videos on the Robeson exhibit in November 1970 in Tashkent put on by the German Academy of Fine Arts. [Robeson sings "My Curly Headed Baby Robeson's Son]

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