Neville Chamberlain: Don’t let’s be beastly to the Germans

Latest taqiyya…

Latest taqiyya from Herr Hitler…

London 1939. Neville Chamberlain has urged the British people not to ‘demonise’ the Nazis and engage in senseless ‘Germanophobia’.

“It is extremely unhelpful to label the Nazis as genocidal, Jew-hating war-mongers who want to take over the world. Nazism is an ideology of peace, which has been hijacked by a few extremists, most notably Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, Hermann Goering, Joseph Goebbels and several hundred thousand others.”

US President Franklin D Roosevelt echoed Chamberlain’s comments:

Now let’s make two things clear: Nazism is not “German.” No ideology condones the killing of innocents… And Nazism is certainly not a state. It was formerly known as National Socialism, and has taken advantage of sectarian strife to gain territory on both sides of the German-Polish border. It is recognized by no government, nor the people it subjugates. Nazism is a terrorist organization, pure and simple. And it has no vision other than the slaughter of all who stand in its way.

A spokesman for Germans in London agreed that rampant Germanophobia, not the annexation of Austria and Czechoslovakia and the invasion of Poland, was the biggest problem:

“It is something many German leaders in the community are trying to deal with, but decisions like going to war in Europe are counter-productive and are more likely to lead to the reverse of what they are saying they want. It becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.

”The German community is used to feeling scapegoated, but they are already feeling an increased pressure,” he said.

”There is a feeling that going to war against the Nazis is political. I think it’s very shameful and very cheap politics.”

He said the government appeared happy to foster irrational fear of Germans as a distraction from domestic issues such as an unpopular budget.

”This kind of rhetoric translates into more discrimination and violence, more abuse on the street and women being attacked and having their swastikas ripped off.”

Some (sadly, very few) commentators, however, were sceptical of the claims:

The scrutiny of suspected Nazis is not a commonsense precaution but the “persistent and unjust targeting” of a minority, and therefore politically incorrect.

There is a disquieting irony in the use of the language of anti-discrimination to vindicate a death cult. Multiculturalism holds little sway in the Third Reich, as best we can tell, and the “persistent and unjust targeting” of Jews is merciless. Yet these sardonic details are lost on the bien pensants, who insist that it is our beastliness towards a peace-loving people that prompts them to strap on explosives, walk into their local market and blow themselves up.

Chamberlain insisted he would continue with his policy of appeasement of the Nazis. So we will all see how that idea turns out…

NB: Don’t lets be beastly to the Germans was a song by Noel Coward.


  1. lew skannen says:

    Spot on!

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  2. After Auschwitz was discovered, Adolf Hitler declared “A backlash against Germans must be avoided at all costs. I appeal to Winston Churchill to harshly punish any incidents of Germanophobia.”


  3. the song is here, for now anyway.

    Perhaps someone should update the lyrics for modern times, and call it “Don’t let’s be beastly to Mohammed.”?

    Idiot quislings like Dempsey are a danger to us all.


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