Hitler invented another doctrine to consolidate support for himself. He said that the theory of evolution had established that it was only the fittest who went forward and that the progress of the world depended upon the fittest being placed in a position of predominance. In accordance with this theory he contended that as the Aryan race had proved itself to be the best, it ought to occupy the position of the greatest predominance and that this applied more particularly to the Nordic Aryans, that is to say, the Germans.
I cannot help observing that in this respect Hitler is a follower of Pandit Dayanand, for, it was Pandit Dayananda who first advocated the theory of the superiority of the Aryan race. Be that as it may, Hitler urged that the right to rule others belonged to the Germans, they being the best part of the great Aryan race.
He pointed out that even with regard to animals, people preferred to promote the best breed. And yet so far as the organization of the State was concerned, this principle was being ignored. He claimed that, as the Germans were the most superior race at the moment, they were entitled to rule over other races.
He explained that this involved no injustice or unfairness. It was universally admitted that man should rule beast, not beast man. So should a superior race rule and exploit inferior races rather than be subservient to them. The Germans accepted this theory with enthusiasm.
By the way: the first glance analysis by the Caliph on Hitler’s affiliation with Hinduism may have had more truth to it than he expected, see: Hitler’s Priestess: Savitri Devi, the Hindu-Aryan Myth, and Neo-Nazism
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