A common phrase or saying amongst the reactionary right-wing in regards to the race and/or immigration issue is, “Speak English or get out!” This folly was clearly and precisely examined and thoroughly denounced in Adolf Hitler’s masterpiece, Mein Kampf. In essence, Hitler is talking about a few divisions within Germany, and the one in particular I am currently writing about was calling for Germanization. Their misguided view of Germanization wanted to preserve and promote the language and ensure that Poles and other non-Germans would learn German. Just as it is today with what the reactionary right views as “patriotic” or “American” is actually anti-American because they think that by coercing non-whites (typically mestizos) to speak English they are preserving Americanism, while actually destroying it. The LAST thing we want is for assimilation of races and cultures, and the more separated the non-whites make themselves in both language and behavior, the better it is for us. Language does not make a people, only a common blood does this. There is truly “nothing new under the sun” and we see this same mistake being made today as it was in the early 20th Century. In response to the aforementioned destructive view Hitler said,
What they mostly meant by Germanization was a process of forcing other people to speak the German language. But it is almost inconceivable how such a mistake could be made as to think that a Negro or a Chinaman will become a German because he has learned the German language and is willing to speak German for the future, and even to cast his vote for a German political party. Our bourgeois nationalists could never clearly see that such a process of Germanization is in reality de-Germanization; for even if all the outstanding and visible differences between the various peoples could be bridged over and finally wiped out by the use of a common language, that would produce a process of bastardization which in this case would not signify Germanization but the annihilation of the German element. In the course of history it has happened only too often that a conquering race succeeded by external force in compelling the people whom they subjected to speak the tongue of the conqueror and that after a thousand years their language was spoken by another people and that thus the conqueror finally turned out to be the conquered.
He goes on to expand upon what I said at the start of this article,
Not only in Austria, however, but also in the REICH, these so-called national circles were, and still are, under the influence of similar erroneous ideas. Unfortunately, a policy towards Poland, whereby the East was to be Germanized, was demanded by many and was based on the same false reasoning. Here again it was believed that the Polish people could be Germanized by being compelled to use the German language. The result would have been fatal. A people of foreign race would have had to use the German language to express modes of thought that were foreign to the German, thus compromising … the dignity and nobility of our nation.
As I have pointed out before and as the above quote clearly shows, National-Socialism does not desire to rule over any other people and instead we seek complete segregation in order preserve our race and ensure the welfare of our people. The final quote from Volume II: Chapter 2 of Mein Kampf is an encouraging passage for all sincere, active National Socialists. Comrades, we must carry on this historical fight of pivotal importance for our very existence on this earth, against evil and injustice, and one day we will be exalted and endlessly thanked for not giving up when so many others fell by the wayside.
We National Socialists know that in holding these views we take up a revolutionary stand in the world of to-day and that we are branded as revolutionaries. But our views and our conduct will not be determined by the approbation or disapprobation of our contemporaries, but only by our duty to follow a truth which we have acknowledged. In doing this we have reason to believe that posterity will have a clearer insight, and will not only understand the work we are doing to-day, but will also ratify it as the right work and will exalt it accordingly.