Hitler’s Determination Was His Achilles Heel. Part IV.

If you have read my previous posts on what I have learned about Hitler and his auto-political thought-of-a book, I salute you. This piece will conclude the series of, Ten Things I Learned From Reading a Bio, Mein Kampf, and a Financial Book on Hitler. As my final point, I will aim to demonstrate Hitler’s rise was to begin Another World War with the assistance of international financiers.

To those pynk elephants who have been following along, it may be possible those at 120 Broadway (Wall Street), international bankers, or even statesmen perhaps held Hitlers’ world views. Why? Mein Kampf was written in 1924-25 & published in 1926; Hitler did not take the chancellor position until 1933. This notion would mean in eight years of Hitlers’ rise, those who created the Young Plan and even individuals who invested in Germany’s Third Reich after his ascension; either read, knew, or were aware of Mein Kampf and the authors desire for Germany’s future.1

After the fire of the Reichstag Building in March 1933, Hitler became dictator of Germany as the Nazi Party began to implement mandates that turned into laws against the enemies of Germany.2 These enemies -Communists who were mainly Jews to Hitler- were none other than those who opposed his party’s worldviews. The Jewish people, who were to Hitler below the race of the German Reich,3 were inferior beings who needed to be exterminated not only from Germany but from the world.4 Communists were the “inferior” apex of man, the mortal enemy of the Third Reich. Under the construct of “Communism,” Jewish society was typified as helpers for international bankers. These financiers were enemies of the German State -ironically, these international bankers Hitler considered ‘enemies were funding the Third Reich.

Why did the people of Germany let a man like Hitler take the reign of Germany? To comprehend the type of society Germany was before WWII, one must view their way of thynking before and after WWI. Before WWI, Germany was a very proud country. Not only was Germany- under the First Reich- a monarchy, the monarchy led Germany into economic prosperity. It was innovative technology-wise, ambitious, but above all, threatening the equilibrium of all of Europe.5

Every human soul is a proud citizen of their motherland but, for Germans, their style of pride was different. Not arrogance as many countrymen here in the United States tend to thynk, no. Their pride was recognition. For once, they had the approval of surrounding states after Centuries of being on the back burner. They felt they now could participate at the table of the powerful states, perse.6 This belief, as stated earlier, threatened the equilibrium of Europe as Britain, the most powerful country at the time, felt threatened by Germany alongside France.7 Because Britain felt threatened by Germany, WWI had to occur- apart from the imperial conquest of raw materials of both Germany and Britain to feed their growing economy.

Nazi Germanys’ rapid military build-up toward another world war was not a hidden feat. The European States & the United States knew Germany was rebuilding, yet none had an urge to intervene.8 (A clause in The Treaty of Versailles Hitler scoffed and rebelled against.) In the Spanish Civil War of 1936, for example, the fascist party of Spain aimed to suppress the rising threat from communist agitators, all because of labor issues. But the civil war was nothing more than a ploy for Germany’s military equipment to be used (tested) against Spanish enemies- communists.9 Importantly, it was Hitlers’ way to inform all European states they were more than able to defeat them if another all-out war were to occur.

Noticing the reality of the threat, this awoke the fighting spirits of Britain and France. Both countries realized they were not military-equipped to defend other states if Hitler desired to invade them -let alone their own country. The Prime Minister of Great Britain, Neville Chamberlain, alongside the French Prime Minister, Edouard Daladier (and Mussolini), began discussing behind closed doors how to appease Hitlers’ motives as they needed to avoid an all-out war in Europe once more.10 But no matter what these men proposed to Hitler, he was bent on war; he aimed to restore the glory of the First Reich through the rising of the Third Reich. And he knew the only way to get the pride of Germany back was to impose his will upon all of Europe only through war. For it was all of Europe who had embarrassed the nation of Germany through The Treaty of Versailles.

Hitlers’ motive or his prerogative for an all-out war in Europe was to expand the land of Germany through his ideology of Lebensraum.11 Germany was to reign for 1,000 glorious years; therefore, the German people would need enough land to produce, procreate, and dominate the western hemisphere as the superior race.12Germany as it was from 1933 to 1938 did not suffice to maintain the ‘perfect’ race under its border- hence expansion was necessary either by annexing or using proper force.13 His main objective was not only to dominate but destroy France alongside all of Russia as he believed these two countries would be ideal to annex for the 1,000 years, the Third Reich.14


The young plan helped rebuild Germany’s economy alongside its military. Little did these financiers “Know” Germany was using a considerable portion of the loan to build their military for another all-out war.15 The Young Plan also helped restore the confidence of the German people, their pride in working, building their nation, and having a political dictator keeping his promises to them and their beloved motherland.16 As stated earlier, Hitler wanted to destroy France. Eventually -as mentioned in his political autobiography, Mein Kampf- Hitler desired to own Russia under his Lebensraum ideology. The French understood as Hitler armed Germany, France was certain another world war was eventually to occur. But they had no way of persuading the Brits or their allies to see their concerns. The French watched in Horror as Hitler annexed land without repercussions.17

Chamberlain, in his heart, believed Herr Hitler was not inclined to lead the world again into another devasting and brutal world war. Chamberlain was very acute to give any lands Hitler desired to maintain the peace.18 Neville Chamberlain genuinely believed he could persuade Hitler from invading Poland. (After Hitler had already invaded Rhineland.) Chamberlain -in an informal meeting with Hitler- informed him could annex Poland within 15 years as well as other satellite states, only if peace remained throughout Europe without aggression on his behalf.19 This led Adolf Hitler, Neville Chamberlain, and the Prime Minister of France, Edouard Daladier, to sign the infamous Munich Peace Agreement in 1938 with the promise of giving Hitler Czechoslovakia. Of course, the signing meant nothing to Hitler, for he was hell-bound to take everything he desired by force!

The agreement gave enough time for Britain to build their military for the incoming war, but for France, it was an unfortunate disaster. In WWI, 13,000,000 men lost their lives, France would feel this the most in essence, they did not have men of age to war against Germany if the time came.20 It was this reason the French surrendered when Germany invaded France on May 10-1940- June 25, 1940. It was not because they were inferior in military might but because of their lack of men.

As the public accepted the Munich Agreement signing between Hitler, Chamberlain, & Daladier, Hitler -in his cunning way- conducted a stratagem leaving the western powers baffled. Hitler made a pact with Stalin in 1939 before all hell broke loose in Europe.21 Stalin, of course, was not equipped for war against the German army, had also understood to make a deal with Hitler would not only put his mynd at peace against this walking devil but, after reading Mein Kampf, Stalin knew Hitler’s intentions towards Russia, where he stood against Communism and his desire towards Russia: total domination and control of the Fatherland.22

Stalin assumed that signing a peace treaty with Hitler would give him ample time to build his military in case Hitler desired to invade Russia. The irony of Stalin being ruthless, what was astonishing to learn to me about this ordeal, is that Stalin, after reading Mein Kampf doubted Hitler was capable of invading Russia. Why? To a logician like Stalin, it was Hitler who approached him into signing the German-Russian Nonaggression Pact.23

Great Britain, France, and the United States were astounded by the signing pact between Nazi Germany and Russia. To them, Russia siding with Hitler was an irony. As Hitler invaded Poland, Neville Chamberlain, realizing the Munich Agreement was a hoax and declared war against Germany.24 This led France to declare war against Nazi Germany as well, which they dreaded the most.


From 1939 to 1942, Germany dominated the war with its ingenious tactic called, Blitzkrieg, overpowering the enemy in a short span with full-throttle aggression from the sky and the ground with quick victories.25 Nazi Germany had enough time from 1933 to 1940 to build a powerful army, navy, and their prize air force: the Luftwaffe. It was the most advanced air force of the time.26 Hitler’s overconfidence was imposed upon Europe as France forfeited itself to Nazi Germany in June of 1940.27

Hitler believed nothing could stop him from taking over Europe as Great Britain was on the Horizon. Yet, as he had written in Mein Kampf, the prize jewel of his eyes was on the east -the greatest blunder Hitler made that cost him World War II: it was to have two wards on two fronts.

When Hitler declared war on Russia on June 22, 1941, he sent more than three million of his German troops to annihilate Russia.28 With such ease, Nazi troops knocked around the red army through the summer of 1941 into retreat and defeat. During the summer of 1941, Stalin feared the unthinkable: Russia was to be conquered by Nazi Germany. The betrayal caught him off-guard and by surprise, leading Stalin into a state of shock for days.29 But mother nature, despising the evil workers against humanity, brought the coldest winter upon Russia since 1815.

Nazi soldiers were in their summer gear up to 1942; they were ill-equipped for the coldest winter in recorded history of Russia. As the weather heat subsided, winter brought her furry upon the Nazis, a winter below -40 degrees Fahrenheit. The Nazi military was as seating ducks for the red army but, because they had their summer gear and no winter clothes, more than 2 million Germans died from that winter from 1941 to 1942.30

As Stalin came out of his depression & the bitter sting of betrayal by Herr Hitler, he brought his mighty Red Army to the Nazis. As the tide turned against the Nazis, the USSR joined the allies. (The US, after the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese, had joined the war alongside Great Britain and France.) Stalin, awoken by the betrayal, understood to destroy Hitler -his sworn mortal enemy after the betrayal- was to make a pact with the devil himself: the west. The Allies opened a channel of communication with Russia by offering financial assistance for armament, aid, and even military assistance; to fight against the Nazis.31

The Big Three -FDR, Churchill, & Stalin, began to tactically carve up Europe and the proper way to bring Hitler and the axis of evil under their command.32 From 1942 to 1944, the end of Nazi Germany was on the wall. On June 6, 1944 (D-Day), the Americans invaded Nazi-occupied France to recapture it.33 The rest of WWII is written for us to applaud, to rejoice as we are not under the world etiquette of Nazi Germany.

It is possible to say that if Hitler had no aspiration to obtain Russia through his Lebensraum ideology, there would be no two war fronts. If Hitler had not encouraged the Japanese to join his axis of evil, there would be no attack on Pearl Harbor,33 which would not lead The United States to enter the world war. And, if the coldest winter in record history did not occur, we (the world) would be under The Third Reich system and not Capitalistic western ideals.

Hitler Commits Suicide?

The History books tell us that as the war had turned for the worst for Nazi Germany, Hitler was aware the end of his Nazi party was inevitable. The world had finally uncovered the hidden acts of evil the Nazi party had committed during their reign from 1933 to 1945, through the massive death camps around occupied Nazi states throughout Europe. These would be known as Concentration camps.34 These death camps kept the bottom line of the third Reich above water, as the Third Reich economy was on Jewish Slavery. Weapons, tanks, medical experiments were created and explored throughout the Jewish race. (evil Nazi fucks! – excuse my language.)

As the allies began to liberate these occupied states, discovering these death camps left many men in a state of shock. Unsure how evil war could be, leaving many in doubt of the existence of a creator. Little did they or the world know, these concentration camps were up and active since March 10, 1933: the first being Dachau.35

As the world learned the truth about Nazi Germany and all of Hitler’s regime atrocities, including his racist ideology, the glass castle was falling apart. History tells us that on April 30, 1945, Hitler committed suicide. But is that factual? Can we trust historians, those who also informed us that Germany was arming themselves without the assistance of international bankers, business tycoons, etc.?

The theory of Hitler escaping Germany says he disappeared to Argentina with the assistance of the United States and Vatican City. (I hope you know, my fellow pynk elephants, Hitler was a devoted catholic Christian, blessed by the pope for doing the Lord’s work -exterminating the Jews.36) The truth is, with little to no evidence, we may never know -but my inclination is that this man did not die on April 30, 1945. And as a pynk elephant, it is a rabbit hole I would not mynd going down to discover its enthralling information.


After reading a Biography on Hitler (the second time reading it), Mein Kampf, including the Wall Street book of funding Hitler, they have led me to conclude those in power often work in terms of pure self-interest. Statesmen, often seek the self-interest of their citizens in any diplomatic matter. But if a man or a nation threatens the equilibrium of the entire human race, these heads of state should be planning how to remove this threat before an inevitable all-out war were to occur.

The desire to maximize profit from financiers has unfortunately compromised those in power because of monetary policies imposed upon them through these international bankers. Many heads of State see an opportunity to not only make a profit for themselves but also for their nation, which eventually brings disastrous consequences to the world.

I do not deny these men who funded Hitler, these men who understood Nazi Germany, from 1919 to 1933, and from 1933 to 1945, had placed a man in power who was a racist. (Yes, Whoopi Goldberg, Hitler was a racist and saw the Jews as a race. What an intellectual celibate.) Yet these men desired to maximize their investment in this madman, wanting nothing more but to expand his beloved motherland borders through the ideology of Lebensraum. Hitler -wanting to annihilate France and Russia into submission- raises an able mynd to ask: why did men of the letter didn’t put these international financiers, these heads of state with Nazi criminals through the Nuremberg trials? These men (financiers, statesmen) had access to understanding Hitler’s worldviews, his view on race, and even an opportunity to understand his argument for the Treaty of Versailles. They all had access to Mein Kampf.

As a pynk elephant, we have no excuse but to learn from the mistakes of society’s past. We must not only learn from their successes but also their failures. We must ask questions that will lead us into a whirlwind of confusion, doubt, even madness. But out of such depth of research, it’s when a pynk elephant comes out courageous, determined from learning both views of an argument, understanding the ‘why’ of the issue before they open their lips. Before they give their opinion, after understanding the depth of the argument which moved a man, a people, a society, or even a nation, into an opposition contrary to common belief.

This is the essence of,




  1. Sutton, Antony C. Wall Street & The Rise of Hitler (California: 76’ Press, 1976) 168-9, 176.
  2. Toland, John. The Definitive Biography of Adolf Hitler (New York: Random House Inc, 1976) 303, 304-6, 310.
  3. Ibid, 712-13, 759, 766, 768.
  4. Ibid, 768.
  5. Quigley, Carroll. Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World in Our Time (New York: Macmillan Co, 1974) 56, 411, 415-17.
  6. Ibid, 412-3.
  7. Ibid, 211-3, 215-6, 224-5.
  8. Ibid, 443-5, 447, 455-7.
  9. Ibid, 600-4.
  10. Ibid, 618-21.
  11. Toland, John. The Definitive Biography of Adolf Hitler (New York: Random House Inc, 1976) 225, 374, 420-23, 622,623.
  12. Ray, Michael. “Why Was Nazi Germany Called the Third Reich?”. Encyclopedia Britannica, Invalid Date, https://www.britannica.com/story/why-was-nazi-germany-called-the-third-reichAccessed 31 January 2022.
  13. Quigley, Carroll. Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World in Our Time(New York: Macmillan Co, 1974) 577,      581, 583, 584.
  14. Ibid, 650-1, 654-5, 698.
  15. Ibid, 305-7, 453-5.
  16. Ibid, 448-9, 455.
  17. Ibid, 629, 630-2,634.
  18. Ibid, 635, 638-39.
  19. Ibid, 642-3, 648.
  20. Ibid, 255-7.
  21. Ibid, 656-7.
  22. Volkogonov, Dmitri. The First Glasnost Biography Stalin: Triumph & Tragedy(London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson Limited, 1991) 352-3.
  23. Ibid, 355-7.
  24. Quigley, Carroll. Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World in Our Time(New York: Macmillan Co, 1974) 666-
  25. Toland, John. The Definitive Biography of Adolf Hitler (New York: Random House Inc, 1976) 422, 543-6.
  26. Ibid, 420-21, 588-9, 607.
  27. Quigley, Carroll. Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World in Our Time(New York: Macmillan Co, 1974) 690,      692-3.
  28. Ibid, 770-3.
  29. Stalin: Triumph & Tragedy (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson Limited, 1991) 405-7, 409.
  30. Beckman, Bryant. “Living History How 40 Temperatures Stopped Nazi Germany.” NewsCenter, 30 January 2019, https://www.newscenter1.tv/living-history-how-40-temperatures-stopped-nazi-germany/ Accessed 1 February 2022.
  31. Stalin: Triumph & Tragedy (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson Limited, 1991) 485-7.
  32. Quigley, Carroll. Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World in Our Time(New York: Macmillan Co, 1974) 755- 7, 760-1
  33. Ibid, 711.
  34. Toland, John. The Definitive Biography of Adolf Hitler (New York: Random House Inc, 1976) 701-5.
  35. Berenbaum, Michael. “Dachau”. Encyclopedia Britannica, 19 Dec. 2018,  https://www.britannica.com/place/Dachau-concentration-camp-Germany Accessed 1 February 2022.
  36. Machemer, Theresa. “Researchers Find Evidence Pope Pius XII Ignored Reports of Holocaust.” Smithsonian Magazine, 5 May 2020, https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/researchers-find-evidence-pope-pius-xii-ignored-reports-holocaust-180974795/ Accessed 1 February 2022.