Humility is the only true wisdom by which we prepare our minds for all the possible changes of life.  – George Arliss

Much has been said about the current crop up of violent, angry Caucasians spouting nationalist Nazi rhetoric. Some have thought that these people were disgruntled “blue collar” workers protesting the loss of industry. Others think that the torch carrying mob were members of the Klu Klux Klan. Another theory suggests that these people are uneducated having been raised in an atmosphere of racial isolation.

The scary reality is that these groups brandishing Nazi swastika flags are, for the most part, middle class, college educated, and corporate employed. If   employment, education and wage earning is removed from the grievance plate, what’s the cause or the motive behind the current crop of white supremacy groups shouting Pro-Nazi rhetoric? Do they really believe in a Master Race?

One must remember that the Nazi “Master Race” ideal was to pit one type of Caucasian over another. The word Aryan had its origin in linguistics referring to speakers of the Indo-European languages. Later, the term was applied to people of Nordic-German descent. From the Nazi point of view people born from Nordic-German parents were superior to other people within their race. Read More