Nietzsche: A Precursor to Hitler?

Terry Melanson

Webmaster/editor of Conspiracy Archive; author of Perfectibilists: the 18th Century Bavarian Order of the Illuminati.

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2 Responses

  1. anvil skilling says:

    I work on a College campus but I’m not an academic. Just a lowly maintenance worker. Nietzsche’s quotes are often placed in public view and still highly esteemed. Many professors and students of biology, medicine, technology and genetic research speak with terms of endearment about the man. Passive or positive eugenics is discussed with no reservations. They often have Freudian slips or insult the working class people on campus. Yet proclaim “tolerance” from the roof tops. Working for a university is very difficult for Christians or any other peoples who believes there is someone above them. The Uberman is alive and well. Now he is fused with transhumanism and the “post” religious society. Malthusians like Bill Gates, Ted Turner and others make me extremely vexed about the future of the working class.

  2. Stephen Dedalus says:

    I bet you haven’t red all his works for yourself. Taking a crash course in philosophy just won’t make you competent enough to judge appropriately I’m afraid.

    Moreover, I know you have your audience in mind here, but taking a quote or two out of context doesn’t make for a strong thesis in philosophical analysis. Mind you he wrote a dozen books in the course of many years and his writing were sometimes contradictory on first glance.

    In conclusion this subject is just a bit over your head and I suggest you focus on researching the Illuminati, 9/11 and the likes.

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