ELEISON COMMENTS DCCCXVI (March 4, 2023)
Despite the one and only official narrative acceptable in today’s world of lies, whereby Adolf Hitler was the Devil incarnate and the Nazis were alone responsible for all war crimes of World War II, nevertheless few people deny that between 1933, when the Nazis came to power, and 1939 when World War II broke out, there was in Germany a remarkable economic revival for the benefit of the entire German people. This was unquestionably due in large part to Germany’s escaping for a few years from the international banksters’ economic stranglehold upon almost all nations of the world, by which they impose usurious debts to keep those nations under their political control. In fact one major motive for the same banksters to organise World War II was to prevent Germany from permanently escaping out from under their control, and after Germany had been crushed in 1945, that control was immediately restored.
However, one economist who worked for that temporary escape from the Money Masters was a high-up but little-known member of the Nazi party, an engineer turned economist, by name Gottfried Feder (1883-1941). In an extract from a Manifesto he wrote in 1919 it is interesting to observe both the strength and the weakness of how he analyses the problems facing a modern nation, caught between Capitalism and Communism. Here is that extract –
“Our greatest social task is the abolition of interest slavery. This responsibility to abolish interest slavery towers above all other issues of the day. It is the only solution to the greatest problem of our time. The breaking of interest slavery is the most important moral imperative in social terms, it rises in its general significance far beyond all questions of the day, it is the solution of social questions, it is the only way out of the terrible confusion of the time. The abolition of interest slavery will deliver us from ultra-capitalist domination while avoiding both Communist destruction of the human spirit and Capitalist degradation of labour. The abolition of interest slavery opens the way to a truly social economy, by liberating us from the overwhelming domination of money. It opens the way to a state based on creative work and genuine accomplishment”.
On the economic level Feder is surely right on target. It is by their mastery of money, by interest slavery in particular, which is the modern form of damnable usury, that the banksters have succeeded in building up their worldwide supremacy on the way to imposing their worldwide tyranny over all mankind, their New World Order. On the level of politics Feder also sees clearly the inadequacy of Communism or Capitalism to solve the social problems of a modern nation, and an honest observer of the Third Reich in the years leading up to World War II must admit that the Nazis did blaze a trail for other countries in our time, showing how to build “a state based on creative work and genuine accomplishment.” But as soon as war broke out, all such accomplishments were buried beneath the opprobrium heaped upon Germany all over the world, in order to discredit utterly the very idea of “abolishing interest slavery.” Yet it was the temporary relief from that slavery that had played a large part in those accomplishments.
What had happened to smother the truth ? What had happened was that Germany’s real problem was neither economic nor political, but religious. Luther (1483-1546) broke Germany in two, undermining the Catholic Church immediately in North and East Germany by Protestantism, in South and West over the long term by the liberalism that his Protestantism alone made possible. To reunite Germany Hitler had to bypass religion and rely on patriotic politics. But to try cure godlessness by more godlessness is like trying to put out a fire by pouring petrol on it. The best of patriotism or of economics is powerless to cure a loss of religion. Now read again the paragraph of Feder above, and see how emphatically he repeats the supreme importance of the economic problem. No wonder he and the Nazis and Hitler wrought not the salvation of their country, but its destruction, like that of Ukraine today. God is not mocked (Gal. VI, 7).
If to apostasy a man is blind,
His family, country in ruins he will find.