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The Rabbi quoted from the book, you apparently also have trouble with English
No. The original was in German.
Mein Kampf (1925), at least the first chapters, is plagiarised from Henry Ford, 1920 "The International Jew" (which is itself based on the "Dearborn Independent").
Mein Kampf is somewhat popular in India, apparently for its value in people management. No, that makes no sense to me.
The International Jew is a four-volume set of antisemitic booklets or pamphlets published and distributed in the early 1920s by Henry Ford, the American industrialist and automobile manufacturer.
In spring 1920, Ford began using his personal newspaper, The Dearborn Independent, to chronicle what he considered the "Jewish menace". For 91 issues, the weekly paper announced a variety of Jewish-evil-influenced major stories in its headlines. The most popular and aggressive stories were then chosen to be reprinted into four volumes called The International Jew.
The books are to be distinguished from The International Jew: The World's Problem which was a headline in The Dearborn Independent, and is also the name of a collection of articles serialized in The Dearborn Independent.
Nazi Eugenics and the worth of homicidal gas-chambers (1924, exciting topical news when Mein Kamp was written) both came from the US as well.
Obviously the rabbi quoted from the book and agreed with the conclusions therein.
You'll be pleased to know Ghandhi's house had a swastika on a wall or floor and he openly admired Adolf.
Ghandi's multi-volume book contains quotes which make me sound liberal.
You'll be pleased to know Ghandhi's house had a swastika
That much I believe - except I think his was an anti-clockwise swastika.
he openly admired Adolf. Ghandi's multi-volume book contains quotes which make me sound liberal.
I am not here to spoon-feed you. Nevertheless, out of the golden goodness of my heart:
I am not here to spoon-feed you.
Pre-masticate the information into a form I can digest.
Surprise, surprise. Not a word of gratitude.
Get your ideas straight where Gandhi fits in the scheme of things and tell me - let me know where you put him.
Explain what Gandhi might have understood and admired about Hitler and about Nazism.
Or be one of the flyweights.