It is doubtful that anyone hanged at Nuremberg, or even Hitler himself, knew of the genocide to come at the time when Prinz was welcoming Nazism. That ridding Germany of Jews was a fantasy of key Nazis, everybody knew at that time, including Prinz.Alphonse Van Worden is quite a new blog and is well worth a see.
The issue is whether supporting everything about Nazism except the Final Solution - that is, supporting fascism - is excuseable just for not advocating atrocities at the outer horror limit of the human imagination. This is important because this is the position advertised as admirable currently by the leading world power. Maureen Dowd assured NY Times readers in the early days of Schwartenegger's campaign for governor, that there was nothing to worry about. He loved Hitler, true, but 'as a business model.' His fascism has nothing to do with Judeocide, so its suitable for approval by American liberals. As if the Final Solution was the accident, the wrong turn, the anecdotal ‘excess’ which is the stain on an otherwise acceptable political project. This is also why framing current Israeli policy as possibly heading for gas chambers has the tendency to diminish the unacceptability of its current reality, which is a situation wherein gas chambers +are an option+ and the failure to build them boasted of as a kind of charitable work, because surely the refraining is voluntary (there's nothing to stop the Israeli regime carrying out an extermination but the organized resistance of the designated untermenschen).
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