Hitler’s Book

Masked henchmen took over government buildings in Eastern Ukraine, and beg Putin to invade. European and American governments claim the protesters are paid. Earlier the Ukrainian government had accused Russia special forces to have killed 96 protesters in the Maidan (“Freedom”) protests.

Last week, Gazprom, the Russian gas monopoly, doubled the natural gas prices in Ukraine, making them the priciest in the world. Ukraine engaged legal action.

Meanwhile, April7, a Russian marine shot to death an unarmed Ukrainian officer who was trying to leave Crimea. (It’s not the first Ukrainian officer assassinated.)

Darius: What Putin Dreams To Be

Darius: What Putin Dreams To Be

Putin follows Hitler’s book: he does not want to allow the free elections on May 25th in Ukraine: he has the choice for president between the ex-PM, a woman he had jailed so that she would die (but she survived, just, and is back after weeks in a hospital in England), and the chocolate maker whom he barred to sell chocolate in Russia.

Preventing free elections is exactly what Hitler did with Austria in 1938: through a skillful usage of his henchmen, Hitler evacuated the legal government of Austria to cancell the free referendum in Spring 1938.

Then, using various terror techniques, Hitler organized his own annexation referendum, which he won at 97% (the exact same percentage as in Crimea, not doubt a blink of Putin to Nazi history; say whatever you want, Vladimir can have a sense of humor).

In 1954, the Allied powers determined that Chancellor-President Hitler and his henchmen had contrived the entire coup-occupation-annexation-referendum, and decided that Austria, far from collaborating, had been a victim of Nazism.

Putin hopes that he can follow the same strategy, and somehow, win where Hitler lost. However, Hitler conducted his three annexations of 1938, without a single person killed. Whereas the people killed by Putin’s henchmen are now well above 100.

Putin has posed in front of a giant banner proclaiming that “Crimea is in my heart.”

You have to ask yourself, what else is in his heart,” Carl Bildt, Swedish foreign minister, tweeted after a meeting of EU foreign ministers on Saturday, April 5, 2014. Notice that Sweden is officially “neutral”. (Actually until 1943, it supported Hitler, thank to its high grade iron ore, that it sold to the Nazi dictator for a handsome price.)

We should be very firm on international law and the rules that apply,” Bildt, who has previously served as a mediator in the mid-1990s Balkan conflict, explained. Putin annexed the Crimea about one hundred times faster than Hitler annexed Austria.

Meanwhile a purported leaked conversation posted on YouTube between two Russian ambassadors discusses which parts of the world they would like to annex after Crimea.

It claims to be a telephone call between Igor Chubarov, Russia‘s ambassador to Eritrea, and Sergei Bakharev, the ambassador to Zimbabwe and Malawi.

We’ve got Crimea, but that’s not fucking all folks. In the future we’ll damn well take your Catalonia and Venice, and also Scotland and Alaska,” making the word for Scotland sounds in Russian like “Cattleland” (the Scotland independence party wants to disarm its nuclear weapons, unilaterally).

Chubarov says Russia will annex for “all those fucking border countries“, such as Estonia, as well as Romania and Bulgaria.

It’s a mood, a very nasty mood, not just a bad joke, and it will keep on growing, until those who do not want to be submitted to an Oriental potentate have to resist with the stringent means.

There is a race between fear and greed in Putin’s heart. Right now, greed is dominant.

To make the situation worse, Putin is an idiot: whatever he does, the worse it’s going to be for Russia, on the general course he has embarked himself on, the exact same one as Hitler in 1938.

Putin is no Vladimir I, the Prince of Kiev who converted to Christianity in Crimea in 998 CE, after conquering said peninsula (which centuries before, and for a millennium, had been Greek). Nor is he Darius The Great. Darius, although a very great leader, a real genius, to whom we owe a lot of positive ideas, to this day, was also a tyrant. He tried to submit Greece, and the Athenians crushed him at Marathon.

Athens had 80,000 citizens. Persia, 25% of the world population, was 80 million. This, on the face of it, shows that one determined free man is worth more than one thousand slaves.

Patrice Aymé

Notes: A professional Russian historian compared Putin to Hitler along the lines found in:

https://patriceayme.wordpress.com/2014/03/16/1938/. He was fired.


Kyiv Taras Shevchenko University wants to employ Russian historian Andrey Zubov, who has been threatened with dismissal for his heavy criticism of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s policy towards Ukraine.

The very serious German finance minister, the longest serving MP, is confined to a wheel chair, after having being shot by a crazed maniac, long ago. “We’ve seen this before in history,” Mr. Schäuble told a group of students in Berlin. “Hitler took over the Sudetenland with these types of tactics.”.

P/S: The West did not start the war in Ukraine. Only fear of disaster will stop Putin, so the West has to look scary enough, right away. To look scary enough, the West has to show that it is ready to suffer extensively to prevent Putin behaving as if Ukraine were his child, and that he can impose on that child abuse, corporal punishment, or even the death penalty.


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24 Responses to “Hitler’s Book”

  1. John Michael Gartland Says:

    Putin saw how easy it was to take what he wanted. I suspect that he has a long shopping list and everything is on sale.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Indeed, JMG. People, later, may say World War Three started by accident. It did not. It started because Putin is a criminal at the unquestioned helm of a country he terrorizes.

  2. Paul Handover Says:

    The truth does not appear to be pretty. Let us hope the West takes a firm stand.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      The truth is indeed sometimes extremely ugly, that’s why it does not have too many friends.

    • gmax Says:

      People who love to think of themselves as good love good stuff, and live bad stuff alone. That allows bad stuff to grow in peace.

      • red Says:

        yep. Though a single good person can only do so much. You need entire society to raise its “base goodness” (eg: slavery).

        The traditional way society evolves is via laws, maturity or “good empire” (as PA puts it). But I feel there is a faster way: Indoctrination. Religion (its an indoctrination itself) used it quite effectively. We just need “better religion” for lack of better word. A system that makes good-vs-evil as crystal-clear as touching a fire – with logical reasoning (not because some god said it). I am not calling for new god based religion. This is nothing new, there is a precedence (ref buddhist literature). It failed at that time, but it can succeed with current human species (eg: like modern medicine, because its provable and works !! backed by proof and science).

        In other words, there is a logical/selfish(!!) reason for any human to delve in goodness (the whole concepts of dharma, karma are based on this). I just wish all humans see this or we get to a point in future its just logical (common sense). Like touching a fire, or putting hand in lions mouth.

        • Patrice Ayme Says:

          Dear Red: Morality changes with the times, and the times they are changing faster than ever. New morality, for new religion has to involve much more cognition, and the predispositions facilitating correct, and maximally deep, cognition.
          No easy task, after a whole generation was taught to feel good, rather than think good, and now they are educating their children.

          • red Says:

            PA, yep i am afraid you are right. Somehow, feeling good is equated with happiness (materialism). Its a pity really. I wish the sheeple get smart enough to realize they can have the cake(materialism “feel good”, temporary) and eat it too (spiritualism “think good”, permanent).

            I agree its VERY hard for current generations (due to inertia) to morph , but a systematic mass propaganda or MSM (indoctrination) can get us there quick. Few centuries ago, in some cultures, wisdom (permanent happiness, smart) was most sought-after, more so than any wealth/material pleasures (temporary, unpredictable, dumb). Wisdom was revered. A wisdom saturated society wont need any empires or force-laws. It will just be common-sense to “think good” (as it results in a sustained, permanent and reliable “feel good”)

          • Patrice Ayme Says:

            Red: I agree with what you say… But for the fact I think we have more of wisdom saturated society (as you nicely put it) than you realize. The murder/bodily violence rate is much lower than in any society in the past. Just our wisdom is vastly insufficient for the (very new) challenges we are faced with.

            We can’t just take care of the cows anymore, and everything will be all right. Now we have to worry about methane ice in the sea bed, and take care of that.

          • red Says:

            PA, as an adult do you need some taskmaster to make you do good. Some humans(thugs) need that. For some, its just common sense(wisdom).

            If you imagine human species as one “thing” (person or organism if you will), if its “raised”/brought-up properly (wisdom indoctrination), it will get to a point its just common sense for “it” (all humans) to think/do good. Its a long way to go, and we do need good empire/laws (but they are just means, not end in itself) before we get there. We cant just focus on laws/empires.

            In other words, a taskmaster is only an aid for time-being. The goal is to mature. And maturity is gained with wisdom drive from young age – not some blind law enforcing. Enrichment is needed.

            wisdom is wisdom. Todays wisdom of course will consider todays issues(eg: methane).

          • Patrice Ayme Says:

            Replied on new thread.

  3. Roger Henry Says:

    History will little note nor long remember Barack Obama’s flailing efforts to bring a complicated health care plan into existence in the US.
    The question of how posterity will remember his presidency hinges upon whether he is remembered as the Nevil Chamberlain of the 21st century. The signs so far are not favorable to his position in future history books.

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Dear Roger: Yes, Obamacare is a pathetic sight. Krugman wrote an entire editorial, LAST WEEK, saying there was no choice, blah blah, blah, political realities, blah blah blah, great success: 7 million.

      The reality is that Obama could have imposed Medicare For All in incremental stages, through executive orders. The only losers would have been his sponsors. So Obama and Krugman are objective accomplices of the latter.

      Anyway ran all too many essays on the stupid subjects, they can be Googled: Patrice Aymé Obamacare, etc.

      Obama is in danger of turning into the “me” president. President of the “all about me” presidency. No Kennedy there.

      This being said, the Europeans have been caught big time flat footed about Putin. That they did not see it coming is simply because they did not read my “From Russia With Hate”. Only France, Britain and the USA are ready to go to war with Putin. Ready, but unwilling.

      At this point Putin would back off if faced by economic Armageddon. Later, well, it may take nukes (as using nukes on the battlefield is Putin official position). Only France and the USA have the capacity to use nukes on the battlefield (and probably Israel; not Britain, though!)

  4. gmax Says:

    Roger: Obamacare is just a plutocratic trick. Now Putin, like Patrice says, is just another Pluto trick, just like Hitler, so it’s not encouraging. Obama’s apartheid care covers now 7 million Americans, after 4 years.Only another 313 million to go!

    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Yes, at this rate, Gmax, it will take only another 180 years (but the population will at least double by then…)

      That makes the growth in Obamacare half of the population growth… So Obamacare will naturally… disappear, in the fullness of time.

  5. Dominique Deux Says:

    Off topic as usual but maybe not that much.

    You may want to have a look at a recent report on ACTUAL developments related to TAFTA covert negotiations, rather that the VIRTUAL good news TAFTA could be – as you forcibly argued.


    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Well, Dominique, interesting site. I was unaware of it. The article starts with:
      “There is growing concern that the negotiations could result in the opening of the floodgates for GMOs and shale gas (fracking) in Europe, the threatening of digital and labour rights and the empowering of corporations to legally challenge a wide range of regulations which they dislike.”

      Well, TAFTA has nothing to do with fracking. France forbids it, UK allows it to TOTAL, but local people forbid it nevertheless by gathering with hostility, Poland allows it, but apparently it does not work there, the Ukraine allows it, but it drives Putin mad (anything does).

      In general, there is a profound democratic deficit in Europe. The pretty girl who I helped vote in as North American French MP, Ms N. was ejected from her seat by the Constitutional Court, and declared “inelegible’, for unlawful financing. Meanwhile I learned she became a banker at 22, on Wall Street, although from Reunion… Next, she is made by Hollande and company president of something, and now she is on TV all the time.

      Presumably she is more a Wall Street banker than ever. Did I say she is “socialiste”. Looks more like a socialite in the American sense.

      Did I say that I detest Cecile Duflot? She should make people allergic to ecology. That’s a subject on which I agree with BHL (maybe she refused to sleep with him?). All these professional politicians are an infection of democracy, a disease. We need to do like Suisse, and have a votation every three months, and that ought to include TAFTA. Or articles therein.

      So we agree. The democratic deficit has nothing to do with TAFTA, but TAFTA could aggravate it. Anyway, at this point, it’s all about Vlad the Impaler. HE decides.

  6. Patrice Ayme Says:

    [Sent to NYT

    The article pretends in its subtitle that Mr. Putin wants “influence in Ukraine, not invasion”. That seems completely out of sort with Putin’s behavior.

    Indeed, the article seems to be contradicting its own subtitle, as 2/3 of the scenarios have to do with an imminent Russian invasion, and reading it, one gathers that, if Mr. Putin does not get the Ukrainian constitution changed by May 9, he will attack.

    Is it because the article was written from Moscow that it has a banner reading one way, and logically demonstrates the exact opposite? Is that a way to evade blame, and censorship on the Kremlin’s part?

  7. Letter From Moscow | Patrice Ayme's Thoughts Says:

    […] Morality Without Intelligence Makes As Much Sense As Will Without Mind. Intelligence Is At The Core Of Humanism. « Hitler’s Book […]

  8. Patrice Ayme Says:

    Red: Putin a task master? I don’t see Putin master of anything. He is making a mess of things. At this point, although Russian plutocracy is doing ever better, and petrol/gas is giving a lift, the future looks grim…
    In Russia, everything is made overseas… Except fossil fuels, and weapons.

    • red Says:

      PA i am not talking about putin. By “taskmaster” i was referring to empire/law/force.

      • Patrice Ayme Says:

        The human mind is organized in ways that are taught. In particular, different teachings bring forth different minds. That’s a trivial, but deep remark, because it says the human condition, and reason, are much more extensive that generally suspected.

        • red Says:

          yep. You hit the nail – Contemplating and understanding that(“mind”) is the key to wisdom. This is how sheeple turn real humans (fully understand themselves aka self-realization). They will be more empathetic, introspective, generally good citizens, just by the virtue of the endeavor. They will develop several understandings on the way too, not taught in schools (or current western civilization) – as its only possible by “travelling” that path.

          If only we could put all the humans on this path (“covet wisdom”), the world would be a better place. A good empire (taskmaster) will certainly help, but its not end in itself. A mature’er (enriched with wisdom) society is.

          • Patrice Ayme Says:

            Hopefully, the Internet will allow to covet wisdom more easily. But considering censorship propaganda outfits such as the Huffington post… Or even the NYT… I am far from fanatically optimistic.

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