On Wed, 19 Jul 2006 19:51:37 +0000 (UTC), cary@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>In article <an1tb2tap65g0tvv01enhq6nb7cr8q8bhn@xxxxxxx> Topaz
>> By Dr. William Pierce
>> "The Jews were very influential in Germany after the First World War.
>> They were strongly entrenched in the legal profession, in banking, in
>> advertising and merchandising, in show business, in organized vice, in
>> publishing and other media. They were trying hard to change the spirit
>> of Germany. They were pushing modernism in art, music, and literature.
>What the hell underlies this antipathy that totalitarians always
>seem to have with regards to abstract art or experimental music and
It just goes hand in hand with general anti-intellectualism, I would
think. And I suspect that anti-intellectualism is pretty much
required for totalitarian thinking.
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