As a libertarian lawyer, I have devoted my life as an advocate of liberty.
I defended individuals from government and from society.
This book is part of my advocacy. It is an indictment of those who hate
America and who love government. It charges them with destroying America
with socialism and statism. It was a path that accelerated when American
politicians followed the path of the National Socialist German Workers Party.
I give counsel to anyone who has wasted his life voting for socialists (the
Democratic Party, the Republican Party, and the Green Party or worse) and
watching the government grow, and then voting for the same socialists again.
It is a wonder why anyone is still a member of such groups.
But this book is not only about America. It is about the world. It
is an indictment of those who hate the world and everyone in it. This
book reviews the prior record of the criminals who have robbed victims of
My initial manuscript work included a biography of Edward Bellamy, Francis
Bellamy, Charles Bellamy and Frederick Bellamy. The work started during court
litigation against the pledge of allegiance. I noticed that there were
parallels between Nazism and the dogma espoused by the Bellamys. Edward,
Charles and Frederick were brothers, and Francis was their cousin. Francis
Bellamy was the author of the original Pledge of Allegiance to the U.S. flag.
The Pledge originally used a straight-arm salute that was the origin of the
salute of the National Socialist German Workers' Party. The Bellamy
boys were socialists. Francis and Edward were both self-proclaimed
National Socialists and they supported the "Nationalism" movement in the
USA, the "Nationalist" magazine, the "Nationalist Educational Association,"
and their dogma of "military socialism" and the "industrial army." Edward
inspired the "Nationalist Party" (in the USA) and their dogma influenced
socialists in Germany, and the Pledge was the origin of the Nazi salute.
The question arose of how many more parallels there might be. That led
to this book about the discovery that the swastika, although an ancient symbol,
was used sometimes by the National Socialist German Workers' Party to represent
overlapping "S" letters for their "socialism."
Everyone concedes that the swastika was the symbol of the National Socialist
German Workers' Party (NSGWP). In that sense, the swastika was a symbol of
socialism, at least for the NSGWP.
The next question is the question that everyone else overlooked. Did
the NSGWP (or its leader), in using the swastika symbol for the National
Socialist German Workers' Party, ever see it as S-letters for their "socialism"?
It is always interesting to see how much time will pass before someone makes
the following argument, the funniest argument ever made about this topic:
"Dr. Curry's views are unbelievable. However, if it turns out that Dr. Curry's
views are correct, then Dr. Curry's views will be obvious."
Years from now, "Dr. Curry's views will be obvious" as the argument above
predicts. Perhaps it will be so obvious that no one will remember Dr. Curry's
discoveries and the funny denials that were made by so many people for so
long. The people who made those denials will be the first to forget
them, and they will be happy when everyone else forgets their earlier denials.
What other position could there be? Can anyone take the position that for
the 25 year existence of the National Socialist German Workers' Party no one
there noticed that their symbol was conjoined "S" letters? Is the position
taken that even people in the SS Division did not notice either?
Can anyone provide evidence that the German Socialist leaders said "The
VW symbol is the letter V and W for 'Volkswagen'"? Or that they issued a press
release that stated "The SS division flag has a logo that is two "S" letters
side by side"?
In time, no one will dispute the alphabetic symbolism.
Whenever I discuss socialism and the National Socialist German Workers'
Party, I start with this alert: IT DOES NOT MATTER WHETHER HITLER WAS A
TRUE SOCIALIST. After my alert, some people still write to me and repeat
that Hitler was not a "true socialist," ignoring my warning They misunderstand
my point. They concede that Hitler called his group the "National Socialist
German Workers' Party" and he used an "S" shaped symbol to represent it.
My critics letters voice mere wishes that he had not done so. Their wishes
do not change reality. They concede every point I make.
When I discuss swastikas, I start with this alert: I KNOW THAT THE SWASTIKA
WAS AN ANCIENT SYMBOL. After my alert, some people still write to me
and repeat that the swastika was an ancient symbol meaning "good luck" in
India or such. They misunderstand my point: a symbol's original meaning
does not prevent other uses later. It does not prevent later alterations
by people such as Hitler.