Thomas Dalton Phd

Adolf Hitler on The State, part 2 – Nature and Purpose

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2020-09-20 09:54

THIS POST CONTAINS EXCERPTS FROM CHAPTER TWO OF VOLUME TWO of Thomas Dalton's translation of Mein Kampf, pages 47-69, presenting the essence of Hitler's rationale for his belief that preserving the original racial “purity” of the folk as much as humanly possible was vitally necessary to preserve the “culture-creating” element in Aryan civilization. Let's keep in mind that this was written in 1924-25 when Hitler was 35 years old and serving a prison term of 5 years. He did not know whether his now-outlawed movement would survive, or that he would be released after 8 months for good behavior. (See here for series introduction.)


2.3 - It's the first obligation of any new movement based on a folkish worldview to put forth a clear and logical doctrine of the nature and purpose of the State.

New book just out on “Holocaust” by Dr. Thomas Dalton challenges basic beliefs

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2016-09-15 15:20

By Carolyn Yeager

AS NEW HOLOCAUST MUSEUMS CONTINUE TO BE BUILT, as more schools add compulsory “Holocaust education” to their curriculum, and more governments cave under the pressure to give legal protection to this WWII atrocity propaganda campaign turned official history – it's Thomas Dalton to the rescue again.

His new book is titled The Holocaust – An Introduction, Exploring the Evidence. It is a basic presentation intended to simplify the questions asked by educated thinking persons, explain why they're asked, and point out the lack of answers from the Holocaust historians. No one can do this better than Thomas Dalton, in my estimation. His previous book on the subject, Debating the Holocaust, did a fantastic and fair job of presenting both sides, and was therefore widely read. Now he has turned again to the effort to make the subject understandable to every reader, and hopefully to get the attention of those who have been led or coerced into believing the case is closed.