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What were Hitlers influences on power? How was he able to do what he did?

October 25, 2013 by relax  
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Question by OOO: What were Hitlers influences on power? How was he able to do what he did?
Besides oratorial sklls, did he use hypnosis or study psychology of Freud? Did he get some of his ideas on power from certain philosophers or writers?

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Answer by Síoraí
Hitler was a manipulator. He incited anger amongst Germany’s working class by making up complex social conspiracies to describe basic economic failure. After he somehow warmed the Germans up to the ideas and practices of supreme anti-Semitism and nationalism, he started preaching his idea of a “master race”. At that time in history, Germans felt are said to have (as a whole) felt a strong sense of national shame due to the outcome of WW1 and this guy was presenting a “chin up!” attitude in the most extreme way. He mostly based his empire on Mussolini’s fascist Italy.

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One Response to “What were Hitlers influences on power? How was he able to do what he did?”
  1. pro_sassenheime says:

    The people that helped him improve his public speaking were members of the Thule-Gesellschaft (Thule Society) which was founded on August the 17th, 1918. From this Society came the German workers Party in 1919 and a year later it became the NSDAP under the leadership of Hitler.
    The Thule Society is known to be closely connected to the Germanenorden Secret Society.
    Hitler was asked to join the Thule Society as its 7th committee member
    and Dietrich Eckart (a committed occultist and a master of magic) was the man who taught Hitler self confidence, self projection, persuasive oratory, body language and discursive sophistry and believe me when I wish to high light the fact that Eckart was a very intelligent man. Hitler became an expert orator capable of mesmerizing a vast audience.
    However, it must be noted here that Hitler himself rejected the Societies occultists beliefs but you can count on it that the occultist influence by many of its writers was there. Hitler denounced most of them but nevertheless dedicated his book ‘Mein Kampf’ to his teacher
    Dietrich Eckart.
    The belief that Hitler had some sort of hypnotic power over people he addressed is plain rubbish and his speaking was not enough to win over the people until such time when things got bad.
    When things were relatively stable Hitler was flat out getting any votes
    so basically he needed something big, really huge to turn things around and despite all the bullying, threats and all sorts of other treacherous schemes he could think of he was flat out getting 47% in the 1933 elections not to win outright but enough to get an appointed position of power. But then something happened that was like a gift to Hitler, somebody burned down the Reichstag building.
    The perfect opportunity to lay blame on those who did not deserve it and grab power beyond his wildest dreams as this opened all doors for him to turn that country into a one party State and revoke all civil liberties and rights with a stroke of a pen!

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