12th November 1941, midday
Recurrent Asiatic assaults—
Preparations for German dominion.
It was the destiny of all the civilised States to be exposed to the assault of Asia at the moment when their vital strength was weakening.
First of all it was the Greeks attacked by the Persians, then the Carthaginians‘ expedition against Rome, the Huns in the battle of the Catalaunian Fields, the wars against Islam beginning with the battle of Poitiers, and finally the onslaught of the Mongols, from which Europe was saved by a miracle—one asks what internal difficulty held them back. And now we’re facing the worst attack of all, the attack of Asia mobilised by Bolshevism.
A people can prove to be well fitted for battle even although it is ill fitted for civilisation. From the point of view of their value as combatants, the armies of Genghiz Khan were not inferior to those of Stalin (provided we take away from Bolshevism what it owes to the material civilisation of the West). Europe comes to an end, in the East, at the extreme point reached by the rays of the Germanic spirit.
The Bolshevik domination in European Russia was, when all is said, merely a preparation (which lasted twenty years) for the German domination. Prussia of the time of Frederick the Great resembled the Eastern territories that we are now in process of conquering.
Frederick II did not allow the Jews to penetrate into West Prussia. His Jewish policy was exemplary.