"Hitler was gassed in World War One and they took him to the hospital and, according to a U.S. Navy Intelligence report, they brought in a Dr. Forster, a hypnotist, and they groomed him.
They told him that he would have troops that would someday invade Russia and kick the Communists out.
They hypnotized him so that he would always believe that he'd be a great leader, like Joan of Arc."
The Mind of Mae Brussellby Paul Krassner(from OUI magazine, May 1978)
The Golem of Prague
LYNDON LAROUCHE: "The problem of Hitler, Bob, is that Hitler was not real, he was a golem. The evil of Hitler lay in the rabbi’s wife, who turned this golem loose on society. The rabbi’s wife in this case was Averell Harriman. We always knew Harriman was a bit queer but that’s the way things are. What is to be loved in this case is the principle of humanity, individual humanity.
Now what would we do with Hitler? What would I do with Hitler if I had him captured? Would I kill him? No! I wouldn’t kill him. I might put in a cage. As I’ve said of Kissinger : I wouldn’t want Kissinger dead. I’d want him in a pit to come out once a day to be pissed on by the widows and orphans of the world."
"For the average UK/USA citizen schooled and brought up on a diet of a plucky little Island Nation battling against the odds and joined by its US ally just in time to defeat the Evil Empire, it makes very uncomfortable reading indeed. Most will close their minds to its meticulously researched, documented and footnoted contents. The establishment will indulge the vicious calumnies that are its only defence against having its 'just war' narrative exposed as a self-serving oversimplification. As is clear from Preparata's afterword (see below), written 4 years after publication of the book, this is already being attempted - thankfully with little success so far."