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“At the beginning of the 1920s at the latest Hitler made a mental journey towards his motive for the Holocaust, which within twenty years proved to be fatal for millions of Jews. In short his reasoning looked like this:
In the world Darwinism is valid – races become species during evolution, therefore peoples, too, are competing species. It is, therefore, necessary to be a racist so that Nature’s fundamental impulse towards higher development be obeyed. The Jews do not have their own territorial state, which means, according to the Nordic theory of work, that they do not have the innate ability to exist independently – they are, therefore, a people of parasites. Everything in Nature serves the survival of species, so Marxism created by the Jew Marx is a Jewish matter – communism is thus a tool of the Jewish people in its struggle for self-preservation. The Jews are parasites by nature; therefore, a threat exists that mankind will be controlled by a people whose victory would mean the extinction of all human presence on Earth. It is, therefore, necessary to save mankind, and the total extermination of the Jewish people is the only way forward, because only with the complete elimination of the Jews themselves will the existential threat to the future of mankind be removed for good.
We can, therefore, give a more precise definition of the Holocaust: the Holocaust of the Jews was Messianic Darwinistic racial genocide.” (Chapter 8.X.)
“Hardly anyone would believe that Hitler’s texts could yield a radical new discovery. However, Jan Horník shows that the existing explanations of the Holocaust, penned primarily by historians, are insufficient or untenable. He shows why the methods of research employed by historians have made it impossible to reveal the real causes of Hitler’s anti-Semitism. Instead, the author goes his own way using philosophical analysis and, as a result, a clear line of reasoning appears in the tangle of Hitler’s ideas and leads us to the ultimate reasons behind Hitler’s anti-Semitism. From the book it is clear that Hitler reached his firm conclusion about the necessity of destroying the Jews in 1925 at the latest, and that his anti-Semitic motive had a completely new character unseen in history.
Anyone who wants to understand not only our recent history but, above all, the present, should read this book.”
Roman Cardal, philosopher
“Jan Horník offers an original explanation of the Holocaust. He is far from being satisfied with the usual explanations that Hitler was a racist and anti-Semite. It is necessary to explain these features of his character first. Horník finds the causes of Hitler’s decision to carry out the genocide primarily in Hitler’s thinking. Hitler worked with specific Darwinist assumptions, which he took to their logical conclusions, and then acted upon them. It was not only Hitler’s personality that was perverted, but also his worldview, which Hitler projected into politics. Hornik not only accurately identifies Hitler’s motive for instigating the Holocaust but also reveals the causes of its emergence. The book is extremely significant since many of the intellectual assumptions advocated by Hitler form part of general opinion even today and have not been intellectually discredited.
This book is poised to become an intellectual sensation.“
Roman Joch, advisor to Czech Prime Minister for human rights and foreign affairs