Remembering the European Persecution

Commentary by Dr. Ursula A. Falk


We Must Remember

We must remember. Hitler insisted that the Jewish person should awaken, to remember who he and she "is" and "are." "Jew awaken!" He needed imaginary evil people who were relatively small in numbers and who lived in "his" land. He needed someone to torment, to label "evil." Although he ultimately died by his own hand, he spent his life prior to that as the very evil murderer who created imaginary "creatures" who were easy to murder. This made him a hero to his countrymen, who were able to validate their existence by eliminating the "evils." The Germans believed his tales and were only too happy to leave out their miseries.

The Jewish people helped their German neighbors, but when the Germans' lives became difficult, they believed Hitler and his "people" that the Jews had created any and all problems. He ultimately murdered most of the German Jews before he killed himself. He lived an unbelievably happy life where the Germans did any and everything that he wanted. He had no conscience and enjoyed the killing. "Friends" were murderers. If anyone disagreed with him, they died very rapidly. Hitler was the greatest psychopath that ever lived. There was no conscience in him.

Let us remember the Hitler era and not ever allow anti-Semitism to appear in the world in which we live. We must recognize anti-Semitic people, folks who hate without reason, and, conversely, folks who are rational and caring!


 Dr. Ursula A. Falk is a psychotherapist in private practice and the author of several books and articles, including The American Drug Culture (with Dr. Thomas S. Weinberg & Dr. Gerhard Falk, 2018).

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