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Bruce Lee – Mein letzter Kampf ist ein US-amerikanisch-hongkonesischer Martial-Arts-Film aus dem Jahr , bei dem Robert Clouse Regie führte. Es sollte der fünfte Film von Bruce Lee werden, der jedoch wegen seines frühzeitigen Todes nicht in der. Bruce Lee – Mein letzter Kampf (Originaltitel: Game of Death) ist ein US-amerikanisch-hongkonesischer Martial-Arts-Film aus dem Jahr , bei dem Robert. zenzat.se - Kaufen Sie Bruce Lee - Mein letzter Kampf - Uncut günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und. zenzat.se - Kaufen Sie Bruce Lee - Mein letzter Kampf günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details. Bruce Lee - Mein letzter Kampf ein Film von Robert Clouse und Bruce Lee mit Bruce Lee, Colleen Camp. Inhaltsangabe: Der junge Kung-Fu-Kämpfer Billy Lo.
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The Way of the Dragon Mein Kampf, when read with our hindsight, is horrific, and the author is vile.
However he is the product of people and times slightly less extreme. Free debate and analysis of ideas and their meaning will usually show up the extremes.
Censorship in any form is dangerous; the first thing Hitler did with power was to begin to move against people and ideas he considered a threat to his ideology.
A lesson we need to keep relearning. View all 25 comments. Of course I didn't expect Mein Kampf to be a great book, even within the admittedly narrow antisemitic messianic homoerotic prison genre, but I did expect a little more showmanship.
My German is middling, but I've heard he was all charismatic and persuasive or whatever. Like, if you were just planning to go out for a stroll and pick up some schnitzel, you'd happe Of course I didn't expect Mein Kampf to be a great book, even within the admittedly narrow antisemitic messianic homoerotic prison genre, but I did expect a little more showmanship.
Like, if you were just planning to go out for a stroll and pick up some schnitzel, you'd happen to overhear him on a radio broadcast and all of a sudden you'd be smashing windows, incarcerating Jews, and annexing strategic swaths of Lebensraum before you even knew what you were doing.
He was that powerful. Yeah, we all understand that Hitler didn't have the best taste. He was into retro-Greek kitsch and probably those paintings of clowns and kittens and whaling ships.
All the more reason to expect a semi-entertaining wallow in the muck and mire. Why can't we expect the same from Adolf Hitler? We expect idiots to entertain us with their idiocy; we don't expect them to be dull.
I'll bet Mel Gibson's ghost writer would shit out a much better book. With more anecdotes about Jodie Foster than your standard-issue xenophobic tract.
I just realized I've been misspelling Hitler's first name my whole life as 'Adolph. Probably the Jews View all 27 comments.
Understanding their guidebook might be the best way to beat them at their own game. Many readers today avoid the book to avoid the taint of being seen reading it and also out of fear of perhaps falling under its influence.
That is considered to be playing into the hands of the ones who are willing to use he powerful methods present therein.
If the book was indeed a powerfully reasoned piece of work this would have held true. Instead it turned out to be a pathetic work, which only showcases the workings of a weak mind that constructed all its arguments from pre-conceived notions and never examined the basis of its arguments.
It is clear that Hitler never bothered to understand the core ideas behind evolution, species selection, etc. Darwin had been pretty clear about all this, writing half a century or more before Hitler came up with his tripe.
And it s not because of hasty constructions. Hitler takes all the time n the world and spends most of his book rehashing the same ideas in the same ways again and again.
It is an insufferable drag. And even when he departs from his obsession with race purity and talks of geopolitics and grand strategy, he again jumps to conclusions about Britain, France and Russia that clearly proved to be wrong within his lifetime.
Most of his ideas had to be abandoned in the course of the war. I am sure he came up with great explanations whenever this happened. That is the thing with this kind of 'method'.
There is just no being wrong in it. The real question then is not whether we would buy his arguments but why anyone did.
It is not about reading Hitler to understand how modern Dictators might use the same tactics, but understanding the conditions that allow these pretty rudimentary tactics to succeed and to avoid those conditions.
It requires a grave threat and an almost pathological need to surrender once reason to a raving lunatic, who is willing to be a Führer.
The best way yo have a world which rejects its Hitlers is to have a world that is not scared enough to accept without question essentially baseless fascist arguments.
Hitler provides a good litmus test - wherever we see such ideas are getting currency, it might be time to examine what is causing the society to suspend common sense.
Unfortunately, we might not have to look far to see test cases. Many unsupported rants pepper the book, repeated ad nauseam. A sample: Austria: Everything about it is bad, except the Germans.
Should be brought into the fold, but carefully. Has to be expanded. Germany has been greatly discriminated against after the First World War okay, have to concede this, but it doesn't take a genius to figure that.
Probably just echoing Keynes in any case. German people have suffered enough. It is time for a Great Leader to arise again.
No prizes for guessing who that is! Jews: Always vaguely and conveniently defined. But incontrovertibly the scum of humanity. To be eliminated.
Democracy: How can the masses ever rule? Democracy is only an excuse for rulers to pass on responsibility and avoid taking tough decisions.
What a country under there needs is a strong leader who canned do what needs to be done. To be avoided at all costs. The Masses: The mindless lot.
Manipulated and brain washed by the Jews. They have to be emancipated by effective and complete control, by a leader.
Only the weak and the leach-like attempt these activities. The German people to abjure them and take to manly activities that does not suck the life blood of the country and the race.
The Market: Sheer anarchy! Not to be allowed. State has to control production to avoid wastage. Monarchy : Well, not in name, but we need a leader who can recreate the grand Reich of old.
Who cares if it looks exactly like a kingship? Marxism: The scourge of this earth! The tool of the Jews! Initiated by a Jew, what more proof do you need?
Exists only to corrupt the masses. Has to be used only to reach the masses. Should be superseded forthwith after that.
The Press: Has to be controlled so that only the state views are set forth. Otherwise the Jews and the Marxists will take it over and corrupt the public even more.
The Races: Have to be preserved and kept apart to prevent dilution, especially the Germanic race of the Aryans.
My Way or The Highway! Got it? View all 63 comments. Yes, I have read it, hell I still own a copy. I make no excuses, and will not issue apologies.
I am not a nazi sympathizer, anti-semitic, or racist, fascist, or any other variety of colorful names that I have been called for having this on my shelf.
I confess that I was curious about the method to the madness and how such whole sale slaughter of human life could be rationalized.
Get past impressions that are forced down your throat in history class and read it for what it is, a historical text t Yes, I have read it, hell I still own a copy.
Get past impressions that are forced down your throat in history class and read it for what it is, a historical text that, like it or not, had a tremendous impact on the world as we know it today.
It is a difficult read and, to be frank, a large percent of the population will not have the fortitude to pick it up off the shelf in a bookstore or be able get past the ideas presented and discard it outright.
One does not have to agree with the author in order to examine the text as a political and social commentary of the time. The important thing, as in so many hot issues, is to keep everything in perspective and make up your own mind.
View all 9 comments. Jan 21, Margarita rated it it was amazing. It is very difficult to talk about this book, and to agree with those who review it positively, because the person who wrote it did terrible things.
Anyone who reads this book should not fall prey to manipulation. But any book can be dangerous. We can blame the Holy Quran and the Holy Bible in just the same way.
I read Mein Kampf when I was quite young actually and because it was a forbidden book. There was only one copy at the town library and I had to sneak it out.
So the context is as importan It is very difficult to talk about this book, and to agree with those who review it positively, because the person who wrote it did terrible things.
So the context is as important as the rest. This is a memoir, a historical document, a madman's vision on politics and the organisation of the world.
We send our youths to visit concentration camps in Germany beause what happend must never be forgotten. Well, I think that they should also read this book because it is part of what remains of those dark times, it is a part of our common European heritage.
Yes, it is terrifying. But we need to remember the good and the bad. View all 8 comments. Jul 26, Sean O'Hara rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Inbred honky trailertrash who think they're better than people of color.
Shelves: goodreads-has-stupid-policies , hate-the-author. The author of this book is certainly one of the five or ten biggest nutjobs in the history of the world.
Complete raving lunatic. No one should ever listen to a thing he says. If you agree with him, you're some kind of Nazi scumbag.
View all 15 comments. Jul 26, Jessaka rated it did not like it Shelves: non-fiction , history , holocaust. Berkeley back in the s.
I have no idea what I was checking out at the time. Maybe it was the time that I had spent at their library reading the Salem Witch Trials, the court documents.
But as I was standing at the counter, I noticed a speech written on the wall behind the desk. Who wrote it? Imagine my shock.
I have not been able to find that speech, and it is no longer on their wall behind that check out desk. I have read a lot of books about the holocaust since then.
Well, back in , when I was helping our library during their book sale, the one where I frequent now, I noticed some books on Hitler and bought one.
That led me to wondering about the book Mein Kampf, so I ordered it used online. After reading maybe half of it, I threw it in the garbage where it belonged.
Mein Kampf was a constant rant on Jews. It repeated the same issues over and over again. I saw how people could actually believe what he was saying if they were not educated.
I never found it. Still, I think if a person in inclined to be racist, to hate, they will not pay any attention to these comments.
For hate is blinding. If you have grown up with parents who hate, who are bigots or racists, you will grow up with these views as well.
Some people get over these views, especially if they get an education, and then there are those who see through it from a young age.
We are told to love all people by the various religions, but I have seen so much hatred i the Christian religions, so much crime, that my eyes have been opened.
I just want to get away from them and stay away. I have tried; I now just tell them what I think and walk away.
I will not compare Hitler with anyone in political power today and hope to not get any comments on this book in this regards, because if I do, those comments will be deleted.
Remember, what you write on the internet you are writing on the sky. I will also delete any comments made by racists.
I happen to believe that free speech does not include hate speech, and I think we should incorporate a law against hate speech here in America.
View all 12 comments. Oct 27, Matt Brady rated it did not like it. I found the narrator, a racist german war veteran imprisoned for an attempted coup, very unrelateable.
He was just not very sympathetic or likeable. Also the book is written in german, which is not very relateable to me, someone who doesnt speak german.
View all 13 comments. Glancing at this book, no one has given it even one star. I find this kind of hard to believe, because the book is amazing.
Amazing that one person could have not only thought these things but had the audacity to write them down for posterity. I read a good chunk of this in it's original German form.
It was assigned to us in high school as a "get as far as you can stomach" sort of read. I admittedly skimmed most of it, and cringed at the bits I did read.
But as I had an idea for an altered book pro Glancing at this book, no one has given it even one star. But as I had an idea for an altered book project, I decided to suck it up and read it.
Hitler certainly was not a big fan of personal responsibility, let's put it that way. His parents were at fault when he was unhappy as a child, his teachers were at fault for his doing badly in school His whole jail stay in the first place was a joke.
He plays it off as one of his "struggles", but in reality his jail cell was as much of a hardship as Walden was a remote wilderness.
All I could think of, in the short bursts I managed to read, was how everyone I've ever known of saying "Oh, but he was so charismatic!
The guy was a nutjob. You'd lock your car door if he passed. Seriously, gimme a break. It's a difficult read.
I hesitate to call it nationalistic as others have- there are people who are dedicated to their country without being so maddeningly accusatory.
The only thing I find striking is the fact it was written before he became Fuhrer View all 6 comments.
Christopher Nilsson Hitler was a shameless reprobate with no scruples. Then again, he did live in Germany--the most antisemitic country in Europe at the time so perhaps h Hitler was a shameless reprobate with no scruples.
Then again, he did live in Germany--the most antisemitic country in Europe at the time so perhaps his words weren't so taboo to his fellow countrymen.
Mar 07, Clumsy Storyteller rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Nobody! Shelves: reading-assignment , wtf , non-fiction , non-fiction-horror , dnf , not-my-cup-of-tea.
The writing style translation , his ideas are just disturbingly fascinating, Bigotry at its best! Hitler was once a boy who wanted to be a painter.
He wasn't born evil. He gradually become evil with time. Also, Hitler was actually loved by his own people. Say what you want to say about him.
He was a strong leader who knew how to run a damn empire! As Führer, Adolf Hitler stands far above us all, but as a person he is as our father or bother.
Shelves: hist Being German, I first read it at the age of 15 or so, the copy my grandparents were given for their wedding in I did not understand everything at the time, in particular some of the allusions to the parliament, but I understood well enough and could not believe what I was reading.
In Germany it is not easy to get a copy, I think, but for me this was and is a must-read. Hitler wrote it when no one believed he would ever be in a position to do all this nasty stuff - but then, when he was, he Being German, I first read it at the age of 15 or so, the copy my grandparents were given for their wedding in Hitler wrote it when no one believed he would ever be in a position to do all this nasty stuff - but then, when he was, he actually did exactly what he had said he would - creepy.
So, as Jame put it in his comment: Read it "as psychology", "in historical context" and "with perspective", but read it.
View all 10 comments. I say "finally" because I pre-ordered it in mid-December and it should appear on January 8th. The publishing house decided to print only 4, copies, when the number of pre-orders allegedly was 15, at this point.
The reprint seems to be running at full speed. Interestingly the book can currently not be ordered from Amazon, although they say on their website : "The proceeds from the sale of this book through Amazon via www.
About the book itself: It contains the complete text of Hitler's Mein Kampf together with a huge amount of scientific annotations that were made by a group of historians at the German Institute for Contemporary History.
Not all pages are so full as seen here, but most of them are. As is usual in such a work, we also find a huge amount of additional information, a page preface with essays and information about the original book, as well as a page appendix.
When and how I read this giant book, I have not decided yet. Nonetheless, I persevered, and I have to admit that this makes me a little proud of myself.
However, it was illegal to reissue Mein Kampf ; not for ideological, but simply for copyright reasons. In , copyrights were transferred to the state of Bavaria which also assumed legal succession and trusteeship of the original publisher Eher Verlag, Munich , and they denied any attempt to re-publish the book.
Under German law a copyright expires 70 years after the death of the author and because Hitler died in the copyright expired at the end of Therefore, as of , the text is in the public domain in Germany.
BTW, for the same reason, access to gutenberg. Read some of the articles before and after the publication here mostly German, some English.
Book History Hitler wrote the first volume of Mein Kampf during his incarceration at the Landsberg penal facility. In retrospect, this imprisonment was even a lucky break for Hitler.
Part of the first volume is some kind of autobiography. At the time, writing a resume was part of rehabilitation and mandatory for inmates.
There are contradictory statements about the exact development of the book and Hitler himself has commented on this only very little.
The genesis, as far as it is known, is discussed in the introduction. An Evil Book? I happened to come into possession of an original edition but I doubt I would have read more than three chapters of it.