The question of the National Socialist past of Germany is one that is invoked on a regular basis in German education, in their media and by both Left and Right. When Look Who’s Back was published in Germany and sold for €19.33, I was rather surprised. Even a satire of Hitler is a big step for a country that has defined the post-war experience as an endless stream of self-flagellation.
For the German Left, the memory of a National Socialist Germany is the reason for their support of genocidal policies of mass immigration, abortion-on-demand, and attacks on the family unit. This can be found in times when “German” politician (((Gregor Gysi))) said in a recent election video that Germany must accept endless refugees “because of our history between 1933-1945” and then he cheers German genocide by noting “Every year more native Germans die than there are born. That is very fortunate. It’s because the Nazis are not very good at having offspring.” His message to German voters is, of course, “Diversity is our future.”
The mantra of the German Left is that each and every German is forever responsible for everything the NSDAP’s crime (real, exaggerated, and imagined) and that they must accept cultural and demographic displacement in order to pay a blood debt to the world. This self-hating ideology is of course pushed by Jewish elites but as I saw at the antifa protest of the NPD conference I spoke at, many Germans have become infected with self-loathing due to the endless propaganda they have forced down their throats from childhood onward.
There has been very little conversation about Hitler and the NSDAP outside of State sponsored propaganda, leaving many Germans weary of constantly being browbeaten by the political Establishment. Look Who’s Back is not the next Triumph of the Will but it has begun a conversation in Germany about politics, the past, and the future of Germany, and that is a good thing.
Look Who’s Back begins with Hitler waking up outside of the site where the Fuhrer bunker once was. He is in full uniform and is confused by the silence of the city, expecting to hear Soviet bombs and air raids over his head but instead hearing only the voices of children playing. It seems that Hitler was magically transported from the last moments of the Third Reich into Angela Merkel’s Germany, and boy have things changed.
Hitler goes about trying to understand modern Germany and finds it difficult. The children are rude and without manners, many members of the public are confused and Germany is multicultural. Hitler quickly finds himself in a situation where everyone believes he is an actor in character, only pretending to be the Fuhrer. Hitler uses this to get onto a comedy show and begins building a support base for the ideals of National Socialism.
Now the film has more than a few scenes of supposed slapstick comedy of Hitler in different locations. “Hitler on the Beach falling down”, “Hitler gets stung by bees”, “Hitler gets bit by a dog” and so on and so forth. I suppose these scenes were supposed to make us dislike Hitler or find him goofy, but they just come off as trying too hard. There is no indictment of National Socialism, just cheap gags, as the attempt to insult Hitler.
The Germans who see Hitler all think he is a comedian and many of these “comedic” scenes are just not funny. The deepest part of the film that was struck me as just being tragic were scenes where Germans could be seen baring their souls and lamenting what had happened to their fatherland. When the producers interviewed normal, everyday people, there were some really unguarded moments.
The German people are denied a voice to condemn the invasion of their country and the film gave them a chance for a few seconds to actually speak their mind. Several Germans speak about how to simply be against the immigration invasion they would be called “Nazis” or “radicals.” You see the hurt in the normal everyday Germans eyes as they speak to Hitler in this film, a battered but not broken people who dream of a time when Germans can speak their minds without fear of the thought police sending them to prison,
Now obviously every German knew it was not the real Hitler, but even a stand-in for a strong and patriotic Germany was too much for some people to hold back their thoughts.
After Hitler has become an Internet and television personality, he is actually attacked by skinheads who think he is mocking Hitler. I have often said that there are some who call themselves Nationalists who are driven by hate, not folkish love, and they would not recognize the real Hitler today, because they would want the Jewish version of him. Billions have been invested in creating the false narrative that Nationalism is based on hatred and not love.
The actual Adolf Hitler was a man who loved his people and his culture, and who wanted what was best for Germany. He was not a raging maniac who hated different ethnic communities, no matter how often the History Channel lies on their next edition of “Wow Hitler was a Bad Guy” that they seem to air on a regular basis, in between Swamp People and Pawn Stars…
I think it is likely that if Hitler were to actually return, many would not know him. They would call him soft on his views because the actual Hitler and actual National Socialism isn’t The Turner Diaries or Romper Stomper. Hitler and National Socialism came about to solve the environmental, economic, social, and political problems that the German people were facing, to make a better world for the German people. National Socialism was not based on hatred, discrimination or tyranny; it was based on rebuilding the German people both physically and spiritually to take charge of their own destiny, free from globalism and moral rot within that was forced on the German people in the Weimar Republic.
When asked about Hitler and National Socialism, General Leon Degrelle said,
“German-racialism has been deliberately distorted. It never was anti-‘other race’ racialism. It was a pro-German racialism. I was concerned with making the German race strong and healthy in every way. Hitler was not interested in having millions of degenerates, if it was his power not to have them. Today one finds rampant alcohol and drug addiction everywhere. Hitler cared that the German families be healthy, cared that they raise healthy children for the renewal of a healthy nation. German racialism meant re-discovering the creative values of their own race, re-discovering their culture. It was a search for excellence, a noble ideal. National Socialist racialism was not against the other races, it was for its own race. It aimed at defending and improving its race, and wished that all other races did the same for themselves.”
This view of a man and a movement based on folkish love–not hatred–is one that is repeated by almost all who knew Adolf Hitler and who lived in National Socialist Germany. Now in Germany and around the world the endless anti-National Socialist propaganda is wearing thin. More and more people are awakening to the half-truths and outright falsehoods taught by the schools and Jewish media Establishment, and that is a good thing.
One scene in the film takes place as Hitler meets an old Jewish grandmother who yells at Hitler and goes into stereotypical post-war propaganda. Hitler, however, is unrepentant and while I was expecting a big change of heart scene, it never came. Hitler remained resolved in his mission of a National Socialist Germany, no matter how many antifa or old Jewish women yell at him or threaten him.
As the film comes to an end, the actor is revealed as being the real Hitler and he reminds the viewers that he was voted into power. The film seemed keen to show that as long as the German nation exists, a part of Hitler will too. One of the film’s leads actually shoots Hitler in an attempt to stop his rise to power, but Hitler simply reappears intact to tell the audience “You can’t get rid of me. I’m a part of you. A part of all of you.” While it is likely the writer and director of this film want to use this fact as a way to justify the demographic and cultural destruction of Germany, it can be an inspiration to us as well. As long as a German’s heart beats, the dream of a nationalist Germany still lives.
The last scene of the film shows anti-refugee protests, nationalist marches and European nationalist leaders speaking about the immigration invasion and changing culture of Europe. As the video of a burning European Union flag fades, Hitler says “I can work with this,” and I would like to agree. The dream of a free and sovereign Europe did not die with the fall of the Reichstag in April 1945, it did not die with Adolf Hitler and the millions of men who gave their life for Europe; their dream still lives on inside of all of us.
Overall I found the film to be more amusing than entertaining and the scenes of average Germans to be rather heartbreaking. I was however encouraged by the fact that so many young Germans seemed enthusiastic and supportive of even this brief glimpse of their nationalist past. The enemy can continue their propaganda war against Hitler and the Third Reich, but it will not win. As Adolf Hitler said “My spirit will rise from the grave. One day people will see that I was right.”
As nationalism around Europe and the rest of the world rises, more and more people are awakening to the fact that the cartoonish version of Hitler presented by the mass media is nothing but a lie. While Hitler is not likely to wake up in Berlin anytime soon as he did in “Look Who’s Back”, his spirit and dream is awakening every single day.