Post by AlleyCat
On Sun, 11 May 2014 12:17:02 -0700, Juris Diction says...
Inbred Peckerwoods Love Fuking their Fist over Kiddie Pornography
43 Stark County man sentenced for child pornography
A former Hartville resident has been sentenced to 14 years in
federal prison for having child pornography and sexual involvement
with minors, according to a spokesman for the U.S. Attorneys office
Mark. A. Steffee, 43, was arrested on March 27, 2013, in the Parma
area after police said he solicited a 14-year-old girl to make adult
movies. Police say he went to Parma to pick up the girl, but was met
instead by police and agents with the Ohio Internet Crimes Against
Children Task Force.
Investigators later discovered child pornography on his computer
and, according to court records, Steffee later disclosed having a
sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl in 2005.
Steffee was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court in
Cleveland. He pleaded guilty in February to federal charges of having
child pornography and coercion or enticement of a female
Steffee had kept his behavior hidden from his family for years,
accepted responsibility for his actions and underwent intensive
counseling to better understand his problem, his attorney said in
pre-sentencing court filings.
Post by Juris Diction
But really, Hitler was your fellow Christian, as well as all the priests
BWAHAHAHAHA... what a dope. Hitler did NOTHING in the name of
Christianity. He hated Jews for myriad reasons, not specifically BECAUSE
of their religion.
Do you really want to go there... people who molest children? Do you think
the majority of child molesters are "God-fearing" people? LOL Idiot.
Why did Hitler and the Nazis hate the Jews?
Roots of Hitler's and the Nazis' Hatred of Jews.
Many of the 'theories' about Hitler's hatred of the Jews, especially those
claiming to be based on a single experience early in his life, are no more
than fanciful guesswork.
The reasons given by Hitler in 'Mein Kampf' should be treated with
caution. The book is not a reliable source.
In the last 30 years or so historians have generally distinguished between
the ordinary prejudices of his background and time (Roman Catholic, Upper
Austria, lower middle class, around 1880-1910) and the obsessive hatred
that later became one of his hallmarks.
It appears that, contrary to what he says in 'Mein Kampf', Hitler's
extreme antisemitism only arose towards the end of World War 1 or even
There had been anti Jewish prejudice of varying degrees of intensity in
many parts of Europe and elsewhere for a long time. A distinctive feature
of Hitler's antisemitism was that it was formulated as conspiracy theory.
For many, especially in Bavaria, this went hand in hand with the 'stab-in-
the-back' theory, that is, with the view that Germany had not been
defeated on the battlefield but had been brought down by liberal,
socialist and Communist subversives on the home front. In other words it
was claimed that 'the Jews had caused Germany's defeat in World War 1'.
Potentially, this made antisemitism explosive in Germany.
In much of Europe it was assumed that Jews were Communists. In many hard-
line right wing circles there was talk about a supposed 'Judeo-Bolshevist
conspiracy'. This was highly inflammatory. Despite his ranting against
Jewish businessmen Hitler saw the Jews as the 'biological root' of
Bolshevism. (See the link below on the influence of emigres from Russia).
In Bavaria but not in other most parts of Germany a number of Marxists of
Jewish origin had been prominent in the upheavals of 1918-1919. Most, like
Ernst Toller and Erich Mühsam, for example, were idealistic Utopians. They
were not conspirators or traitors or anything of that sort. However, their
origins were shamelessly exploited for propaganda purposes.
Many extreme German Nationalists (not only the Nazis) called the new
German republic a 'Jewish republic' (though almost none of its leaders
were Jews). There was a widespread tendency, not only in Germany, to
equate the Jews with subversion and Communism. In many of his speeches
Hitler often used the words Jews and Bolshevists almost interchangeably.
He merged rabid anti communism with equally fanatical antisemitism. To
this he later added the claim that Jews were homosexuals, allegedly
undermining the manliness and and fighting spirit of the German people.
This combination was potentially a 'witches' brew'.
Against this background there are also many contributing factors and
Jealousy. Some Jews were successful and held "visible" positions in
Austria and Germany in the 1920s and 1930s. In the Great Depression.
Germany was hit the hardest by the worldwide economic depression, and
successful Jews were envied.
Some Germans believed that "Jewish bankers" were responsible for the
Treaty of Versailles.
Jews became a scapegoat for Germany's economic problems. (According to
this racist sentiment, "international Jewish financiers had plunged the
world into a war and the Depression for their business profit.")
Hitler and many Nazis were influenced by the notorious anti Semitic book
called "Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion."
Hitler lived in Vienna from 1907 to 1913 and those were the most difficult
years of his life. Hitler was trying to become an artist or to make
himself a name in field of arts. He was twice rejected from the Vienna
Academy of Fine Art. He claimed that the professors that rejected him were
Jewish ... [However, none of the members of the selection panel was
The Nazis had a vision of an Aryan German race that specifically excluded
Jews and many other groups of people.
Here is an example of Hitler's anti Semitic racism from a speech given in
Munich in July 1922: "His is no master people; he is an exploiter: the
Jews are a people of robbers. He has never founded any civilization,
though he has destroyed civilizations by the hundred... everything he has
stolen. Foreign people, foreign workmen build him his temples, it is
foreigners who create and work for him, it is foreigners who shed their
blood for him."
Some say Hitler and the Nazis were opportunistic demagogues. Inciting
hatred of the Jews was the means to an end. The Nazis used hatred of the
Jews to unify the German people and create a new German empire. Nothing
unites a people more than when they believe they are constantly under
attack and fighting a common enemy. The Jews were convenient enemies.
Christianity had traditionally blamed the death of Christ on the Jews. One
can see in the Bible the statement that the Jews demanded the death of
Jesus, and said, "let it be upon our heads and that of our children." This
became an excuse to abuse the Jews for more than a thousand years. It was
not until the 1960s that the Catholic Church stated that the Jews were NOT
to blame for the death of Jesus. Antisemitism was deeply embedded in
European and American culture.
In the 1930s there was a lot of anti Jewish feeling and resentment in the
Western world. Many Jews who tried to escape the persecution in Germany
were refused entry into the US and other European countries and also many
countries further afield.
Antisemitism has been rife throughout European history, largely because
the Jews were a distinct, identifiable group, who did not integrate.
(Those who really wanted to integrate converted.) Of course, many now see
pluralism as a virtue, and a variety of ethnicity's and religions as a
positive thing. However, in the inter war period diversity was often
regarded as divisive and "disloyal".
Another key element of a dictatorship is fear, and a visible scapegoat
experiencing the wrath of the state is a good way to keep people from
stepping out of line.
Hitler stated: "The war is to be a war of annihilation". His henchman
Heinrich Himmler declared: "All Poles will disappear from the world. . . .
It is essential that the great German people should consider it as a major
task to destroy all Poles."
The Jews did absolutely nothing to deserve the treatment they got. Like
the Africans and the Indians the Jews were just picked for hatred and
unjust things but again they did absolutely nothing!
Since the 1870s the Jews had been the object of a new wave of demonization
and conspiracy theories. On the whole this wasn't taken too seriously in
Germany, but in Austria anti Jewish conspiracy theories were spread by
extreme right wing politicians and also by the Roman Catholic Church,
which knew perfectly well that these theories were rubbish. Young Adolf
was a server (altar-boy) and may have been influenced by this.
Well, there were more "sub humans", as Hitler called those poor people,
than he could handle. He had to find ways to kill them without making it
too obvious. That's when the real Holocaust started ! He built
extermination camps, where he could kill many thousands of people at a
Hitler blamed Germany's defeat in WWI on the Jews, and he hated them. When
he took power he started rounding them up. He did the same when he started
taking over other countries. He used the Jews, Poles, gays, gypsies,
Russians and mentally challenged people as slave labor and then started to
annihilate them in gas chambers. His reason - hatred. He classed the above
mentioned people as sub human and basically in his Nazi world there was no
place for the "sub human", only the 'Aryans'.
To understand the Holocaust you have to understand the Darwinian biology
of the time. There was a growing sense, particularly since Ernst Haeckel,
that there were those in society who were 'biologically' inferior and that
for a 'fit' world to survive and thrive, those who were 'unfit' should be
done away with. Instead of letting nature take its course, there was a
unspoken sense that humans could take matters into their own hands. I am
obviously not supporting this twisted logic, but that is a key to
understanding how a number of things converged to create the nightmare of
the century. [However, 'biological inferiority' is subjective. In Britain,
for example, many Social Darwinists, especially those active in education,
were most impressed by the achievements of Jews in schools and
universities and concluded that they were a 'superior breed' ... This view
was to some extent echoed in Nazi conspiracy theories, which painted a
picture of diabolically cunning Jews].
Hitler blamed the Jews for Germany's defeat in World War I.
He didn't only kill Jews. He killed Communists, liberals, homosexuals,
gypsies and many other groups, including millions of victims of warfare.
Why he did is up for debate, but I'd guess a mixture of antisemitism and
stereotypes of the as Jews as Communists, subversives and all kinds of
other things - as a means to an end. A common way to gain power is to
spread fear and panic about an enemy (real or imaginary), stir up hatred
and present yourself as the only person able to 'save' the country.
Of course, hatred does not in itself account for the Holocaust. How the
Nazis moved from hatred and persecution to genocide is another matter.