In the decades after WWII it was common to speculate on just how such a proudly civilized country such as Germany, back then even an historically relative paradise for Europe's Jews, could turn so suddenly into such a dark venture. It turns out that it was rather easy, and we are witnessing a replay of the same underlying circumstances and dynamics today, albeit there are some obvious differences - which don't alter the premise here. In searching for a book in my unsorted obscure and inherited cache, I came across several interesting ones I don't remember how I received. One was an early seventies book called How to Read a Person Like a Book, which explains how to both read other people's unconscious body language (based upon research studies), and thus also knowing how to use such "clusters" of gestures in tune with what one is verbally stating. As was discussed, the non-verbal gestures are even more powerful than the verbal, and can trump the verbal when the two sometimes contradict. But, in this case today, and as with Adolf, the verbal messaging is closely in tune with the respective sentiments of deep seated frustrations by those paying the price of their now unmet expectations. In regards to this verbal messaging, at least, the second book I happened upon is a typical 60's psychological justification puff piece demonstrating that we had done the right thing in eventually putting Adolf in his place. It is titled The Insane World of Adolf Hitler, by Chandler Brossard, and presciently for the focus here, the very first text excerpt in the front of the book was from Otto Strasser, merely labeled "a former Nazi leader". In fact, Strasser, and his brother, were active leaders in the NSDAP before Hitler joined. At that time the NSDAP was indeed Socialist, and their focus was to try to protect the parochial national interests of such as the country's industrial workers from the interests of the powerful, such as the industry scions, typically motivated by their just randy profits. Otto Johann Maximilian Strasser (also German: Straßer, see ß; 10 September 1897 – 27 August 1974) was a German politician and member of the Nazi Party. Otto Strasser, together with his brother Gregor Strasser, was a leading member of the party's left-wing faction, and broke from the party due to disputes with the ‘Hitlerite’ faction. He formed the Black Front, a group intended to split the Nazi Party and take it from the grasp of Hitler. This group also functioned during his exile and World War II as a secret opposition group. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_Strasser Once Hitler had joined the NSDAP and put his alpha skills to good use by taking over command of the party, in the course of a day (when he felt secure enough), he turned the party focus to supporting the interests of the industrialists. This marriage of powerful private interests with what soon became political power, via the election of 1933, and forms the technical, economic basis for Fascism. This is an example of co-optation which I have discussed elsewhere. Another good term is "bait and switch". In the course of performing this switch in emphasis, the Strasser brother's were both concerned at this turn of events, with Gregor deciding that ultimately Hitler would do more good than harm. Gregor was eventually killed by the Nazis, while Otto was put on the run. Otto eventually wrote the book Hitler and I, where he detailed such as the 'bait and switch' details pulled by Hitler. I don't remember if the following passage is from the book or not, but in any case it speaks directly to today's dynamics, and such as 'making the trains run on time'. From the opening unnumbered pages of The Insane World of Adolf Hitler (1966), emphasis is mine: Hitler responds to the vibrations of the human heart with the delicacy of a seismograph, or perhaps of a wireless receiving set, enabling him, with a certainty with which no conscious gifts could endow him to act as a loudspeaker proclaiming the most special desires, the least admissible instincts, the sufferings and personal revolts of a whole nation ... I have been asked many times what is the secret of Hitler's extraordinary power as a speaker. I can only attribute it to his uncanny intuition which infallibly diagnoses the ills from which his audience is suffering. If he tries to bolster up his arguments with theories or quotations from books he has only imperfectly understood, he scarcely rises above a very poor mediocrity. But let him throw away his crutches and step out boldly speaking as the spirit moves him, and he is promptly transformed into one of the greatest speakers of the century .... Adolf Hitler enters a hall. He sniffs the air. For a minute he gropes, feels his way, senses the atmosphere. Suddenly he bursts forth. His words go like an arrow to their target, he touches each private wound in the raw, liberating the mass unconscious, expressing its innermost aspirations, telling it what it most wants to hear. Otto Strasser, a former Nazi leader Hitler's early strongarm support, the SA 'Brown Shirts', they were the most frustrated and fanatical supporters of Hitler, unwilling to broach any criticism of their savior. One still finds their ilk today. Brossard correctly mentions that these people were mostly of the relatively uneducated worker class who had paid the heaviest price of the post WWI depradations imposed upon Germany. And as we know, it was people such as these that were ultimately "hoisted on their own petard." This is the same dynamic that I have asserted happened to the Jewish Zealots, and is again being cynically repeated by the American Zealots, whose institutionally programmed zeitgeist was overtly modeled upon the same OT Conquest ideals, and thus their identical expectations. These expectations being raised to extreme heights, post WWII, only to have the rug slowly pulled out from under them starting with the likes of Nixon (or LBJ?) through Obama. It was perhaps epitomized by the uber-hero, Ronnie Raygun, who cynically invoked the OT's "shining city on a hill" motif. On the first 'unnumbered' page of Brossard's commentary he states: ... He broke every rule, every traditional concept with extraordinary success. Sound familiar? On the next page: Hitler himself summed up the fundamental tenet of the frustrated, neurotic, and vengeful German masses: " Terrorism is absolutely indispensable in every case of the founding of a new Power." I suspect the quote is from Mein Kampf. Of course, the latter excerpt goes beyond the realm of the trumpet, and takes us into the consideration of the larger interests, as should be the case when examining Hitler, Churchill, FDR, the Vatican, etc.. I have considered, like some others, that Trump was merely a stalking Trojan horse for Hilary, but perhaps Trump is instead the golden One. Hitler won his election in 1933 because the Socialists and the Communist parties were at extreme odds against each other, and refused to agree upon a common candidate, thus dividing their voting power. Hitler had allied himself with such as the Catholic Zentrum Party and made deals with such as Franz von Papen. Von Papen negotiated the Concordat with the Vatican for Hitler, and became a Papal Chamberlain, or camerlengo. To digress briefly, as I have mentioned before, von Papen attended the 1933 celebration of Hitler's rise to power at the Trier Cathedral, where Christ's seamless robe, the ephod of the Jewish high priest, is infrequently put on display. The next display of the ephod was in 1959, when von Papen was again in attendance, as related by James Carroll, who was there in attendance along with his father, an USAF general -- rebuilding Europe. BTW, Trier was the capitol city of Constantine. So as with the Socialist and Communists dividing their votes, in a slightly different manner, the Republican Party, traditionally very organized in running candidates, has now been rendered seemingly ineffectual by the running of almost 20 candidates, where one highly effective communicator sucks out all of the political oxygen. This person is so effective in his alpha dominance that he gets away with openly saying that American workers, his very own base of support, should be paid less. I have no doubt this man can make the trains run on time, but this could also be done by others if hidden interests didn't have their fingers in the many gears of the mechanisms that once worked without the trumpet. The third book I came across, was Jess Stern's The Power of Alpha Thinking (1976). The premise is altering your manner of interacting with others such that they respond to you in a better manner. While I have not delved into these topics, I was indeed inspired by the Dog Whisperer, that animals, and humans, are indeed hardwire programmed to unconsciously respond to others manner, unconscious or not. By recognizing this you can protect yourself from their witting or unwitting manipulations. Conversely, you can turn the tables, and produce a better outcome for yourself, or ... like everything else you could put it to malevolent purposes, hopefully not. It has been alleged that Adolf spent two years in England after WWI, along with his brother who fathered a child there. If so, what was young Adolf doing there, given his otherwise odd personal characteristics at the time?