The Nazi roots of the 9/11 attack.

Jew-Hatred and Jihad

by Matthias Küntzel, WEEKLY STANDARD

The idea of using suicide pilots to obliterate the skyscrapers of Manhattan originated in 1940s Berlin. “In the latter stages of the war, I never saw Hitler so beside himself as when, as if in a delirium, he was picturing to himself and to us the downfall of New York in towers of flame,” wrote Albert Speer in his diary. “He described the skyscrapers turning into huge burning torches and falling hither and thither, and the reflection of the disintegrating city in the dark sky.”

Not only Hitler’s fantasy but also his plan of action foreshadowed September 11: He envisioned having kamikaze pilots fly light aircraft packed with explosives and with no landing gear into Manhattan skyscrapers. The drawings for the Daimler-Benz Amerikabomber from the spring of 1944 show giant four-engine planes with raised undercarriages for transporting small bombers. The bombers would be released shortly before the planes reached the East Coast, after which the mother plane would return to Europe.

Hitler’s rapture at the thought of Manhattan in flames indicates his underlying motive: not merely to fight a military adversary, but to kill all Jews everywhere. Possessed of the notion that the whole of the Second World War was a struggle against an imaginary Jewish enemy, he deemed “the USA a Jewish state” and New York the center of world Jewry. “Wall Street,” as a popular book published in Munich in 1919 put it, “is, so to speak, the Military Headquarters of Judas. From there his threads radiate out across the entire world.” From 1941 on, Hitler pushed to get the bombers into production, in order to “be able to teach the Jews a lesson in the form of terror attacks on American metropolises.” Towards the end of the war this idea became an obsession.

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  1. Think of the most vile disgusting and evil ideologies in this world over recorded history and radical Islam is right there at the top. In some respects radical Islam has exceeded Nazi ideology.

    The radical Islamists are the personification of their evil beliefs and as such both they are their beliefs must be eliminated from this world.

    All that evil needs to grow is for good people to be silent and do nothing. Good people have been silent and have been doing little or nothing for far too long and we now see where that has gotten us.

    Good people must now all become soliders for God or goodness, whichever individual good people believe in and join battle against radical Islamists to rid this world of their evil.

  2. Soren, you are right, Islam has had several hundreds of years to perfect their jihad aginst the infidels and it would be more correct to say that the Nazis learned several tricks from Islam, enough to implement their master plan…but, being excellent students of Jew-hatred, the Nazis then perfected and advanced some new techniques and dogma which the Islamists have eagerly adopted/adapted for their own use in the past 60 years.

  3. Though personally I don’t believe Nazism is a “root” of Islamic terrorism, much less 9/11 in particular, I’ll pass along an informative and attractive website that’s focused on just that and has some nifty timelines linking the Nazism and the present jihad.

    (While the facts of relation between Nazism and Islamic terrorism are true, Nazism is hardly the root, but only fuel for the weed, with the root being Muhammed, or even Satan. This detail is important because now even nonMuslims are starting to use this “root” language popularized by a very few Muslims advancing the blame-the-Nazis “root” language as a way to change Islam from within saying it’s possible to submit to Islam, which they say is good, while getting rid of Nazi influence, the bad. But this won’t work, for multiple reasons, and Islam was engaged in savagery before Nazism and the texts speak for themselves about jihad. Not facing that the evil is the ideology of Islam, they just postpone solving the problem, which is turning from Islam altogether.)

  4. This is an excellent article that points out some truths that have not been widely aired, here are but a few:

    1) The connection between Nazism and modern Islamism runs deep.

    2) The fact that the policies of the West have very little to do with Islamic extremism but Jew-hatred and cultish and obsessive Islamic teachings have everything to do with the terrorist movement.

    3) 9/11 trial of Motassedeq reveals the depth of his neo-Nazi Jew hatred and this has never brought to light by a media that ignores Islamic terrorism.

    4) The fact that: “

    what provokes Islamist violence is any sign of modern development in the Muslim world: scientific inquiry, political or personal self-determination, economic progress, women’s equality, freedom of expression in cinema and theater. The radicalization of Islam is less the consequence of poverty and lack of opportunity than their cause.”

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