In Issue No. 4 of Expanding Creativity (P. 56) we clearly delineate eight fundamental issues on which we Creators differ with Hitler’s Nazi philosophy. In this dissertation we conclude our analysis of the eventful episode in history created by that great genius, Adolf Hitler. He now belongs to the ages and history will never again see another man like him. He was unique and the Nazi era he created in Germany was unique. And it, too, now belongs to history. Adolf Hitler made a tremendous breakthrough for the White Race, but unfortunately he did not break the back of the Jewish monster. On the contrary, the Jews emerged victorious from the ashes of a defeated Germany. When WWII ended, the Jews were ten times more powerful than before that holocaust began. Now, forty years later they have further consolidated that power and tightened their death grip on the world, and on the White Race. It remains up to us, the present generation, to break that stranglehold. Nobody else will do it for us.
We Creators have learned much from the Nazi experience and the mistakes made in dealing with the Jewish monster. We have come up with a completely different approach and use the same weapons the Jews have used so successfully for over 3500 years, namely the power of religion. In Issue No. 4 of Expanding Creativity (P. 56). I list eight Fundamental Differences between Creativity and the Nazi movement. I believe it would be useful to recapitulate those differences here. They are as follows :
1] Whereas the concern of Hitler and the Nazi movement was to save Germany from the enemies that surrounded her, the overwhelming goal of the Church Of Creativity is the survival, expansion, and advancement of the White Race.
2] Hitler himself stated that the Nazi movement was a political movement exclusively for the Germans and not for export. Creativity is, in contrast, a Religious movement designed for global proportions to embrace all the White peoples of this Planet Earth.
3] Whereas Hitler never tackled the issue of Jewish Christianity, and, in fact, sometimes even mildly identified with it, we confront Christianity head-on, expose its treacherous and deceitful nature, and its Jewish origin.
4] Hitler left us a burdensome legacy that still lingers on in the minds of many of his admirers, and that is the Jewish problem
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