From the Holocaust Museum's "State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda"
By Bryan Caplan
Here’s the most fascinating exhibit from the Holocaust Museum’s “State of Deception” exhibit:
The top and bottom read: “Hate and annihilation to our enemies. Freedom, justice, and bread to our people.” But it’s the four heads of the dragon that are remarkable: Jewry, Bolshevism, Plutocracy, and Capitalism. Consider: Most observers are eager to insist that the Nazis’ hostility to plutocracy and capitalism were merely rhetorical. But it’s Bolshevism that enjoyed almost two years of Nazi friendship before their great bloodbath began. Go figure.