Briefly stated, the Dunning-Kruger Effect is a statistical observation made by two US academics (in 1999), that generally speaking, states that individual human-beings are a)
‘I would like to put it on record that I have never been able to dislike Hitler’ (George Orwell: Review of Mein Kampf – March
In Adolf Hitler’s defining (and only) book entitled ‘Mein Kampf’ (‘My Struggle’), he records how the use of ‘lying’ and ‘deception’ should be an integral
What is interesting to observe, is how Hitler’s book Mein Kampf is written very much as a tome of logical self-discovery, which sees a self-proclaimed ‘naïve’ and ‘innocent’ Hitler initially ‘rejecting’ anti-Semitism, only to be radically swayed by a sustained logical argument (particularly through the work of Dr Karl Luege, the Mayor of Vienna, and leader of the anti-Jewish Christian Social Party).
A young American man expresses the political values of Adolf Hitler.
To conflate white racists with their victims is a purely rightwing political ideal perpetuated by such entities as the British National Party (BNP), Britain First, National Front (NF) and the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP). The purpose of this rightwing offensive is to ‘normalise’ racism within mainstream society, so that white racists can attack whomever they wish in pursuance of their warped political ideology as formulated in Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf (which presents ‘lying’ as a legitimate political policy as a means to achieve racial purity).