Excerpts from Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" will be republished and sold in Germany in a series of pamphlets produced by British publisher Peter McGee, prompting some Jewish groups to denounce the partial reprint.
What do you think about this?
I think it's important that people understand the nazi mindset and philosophy. Because it's not gone. There are still nazis and skinheads and racists who all idolize Hitler. Ignoring these facts isn't the way to deal with them.
What I want to know is... Who's benefiting from the sales of this book? Think about it.
Maybe the publisher. Maybe the state. Hitler does have relatives still alive, but they don't want to associated with him. I also don't expect there's any real profit in publishing it for anyone to benefit from.
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