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 The Alembic Files 
 Statism vs. Reason
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In this segment, Hitler details his plan to propagandize the masses, who are actuated by emotion, not reason because, as Hitler states, “At mass meetings all thought is eliminated . . . this is the state of mind I require. . . I mingle the people, I speak to them only as the mass.”

The mantra of the Nazi philosophy: Man’s true source of knowledge is feeling; Man is not a rational but an emotional being.

And in this age of ubiquitous 24/7, wall-to-wall, wraparound media, it is arguable that the venues needed for mass gatherings are not as important to the manipulation of the mind when the stimuli needed to propagandize the masses can be mainlined into each member of the hive anywhere at any time. Consider, too, how much “news” is dedicated to entertainment and pop anti-culture.

Again, the Nazi philosophy stressed that one “must distrust the intelligence and the conscience and must place our trust in our instincts.” That the preferred school system is one that doesn’t “emphasize the intellect because it “places too great a burden on the child and thwarts his emotional development . . . an education teaching facts and objectivity improperly emphasizes external factors at the expense of the child’s inner experience.
“What Germany needs is a new kind of institution, not cold cognition–centered learning schools but feeling-centered leibenschulen [or] life schools.”

And, so, the US public education system was given over to a proponent of this mindset: John Dewey, hero of collectivism.

Read Bella Dodd’s memoirs of Dewey and the morphing of the US education system:
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