Wednesday, May 24, 2006


America's Immigration Policies Admired By Noted German Leader

Here’s an interesting citation on America’s immigration scene. We’ve once before attracted the attention of world leaders by our policies.

I get by with a little help from my friends: Thanks, Jim!

Read On:
Hitler admired the United States’ strict immigration quotas, seeing them as favoring Nordic-Germanic “races” and serving as a significant—albeit late—attempt to curb the immigration of undesirables: Mediterranean and Slavic peoples, Blacks, Asians and Jews. Of the latter, Hitler lamented what he saw as the Jewish control of U.S. economics and society. Judaism, he said, threatened the racial purity of the sizeable Germanic stock to be found in the New World. Still, the relatively recent imposition of immigration quotas by the U.S. government provided a model for the world of how to control the “racial mixing” he so desperately feared and loathed. As proof that “in every mingling of Aryan blood with that of lower peoples the result was the end of the cultured people,” he pointed to North America, “whose population consists in by far the largest part of Germanic elements who mixed but little with the lower colored peoples [and thus] shows a different humanity and culture from Central and South America, where the predominantly Latin immigrants often mixed with the aborigines on a large scale. By this one example, we can clearly and distinctly recognize the effect of racial mixture. The Germanic inhabitant of the American continent...rose to be master of the continent; [such a person] will remain the master as long as he does not fall a victim to defilement of the blood.”

Nazi Fascism
Hitler and "Amerika"
by Michael Luick-Thrams

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