Thursday, June 18, 2009

Hitler's Psychiatrist Cited Sexual Motivation for War

Hitler's Psychiatrist Cited Sexual Motivation for War
June 19, 2009 by Henry Makow Ph.D.

Hitler's sexual dysfunction was responsible for war and his persecution of the Jews, according to Kurt Kreuger M.D. who claims he was Hitler's psychiatrist from 1919 to 1934. I stumbled on his 1941 book, "I was Hitler's Doctor" not suspecting he was a psychiatrist. I wasn't prepared for the intimate revelations, including one that Hitler hated Jews because a grocer named Sachs had "desecrated" his mother.

Professor Robert Waite says the book is a hoax. There was no Jewish grocer in the town and Kreuger couldn't possibly have remembered pages of intimate conversations verbatim. ("The Psychopathic God," p. 434) I don't know about the grocer but it seems to me that after treating a very special patient for 15 years, a gifted man like Kreuger could know him intimately enough to reproduce his words. Also, the Introduction was written by Otto Strasser (who helped Hitler build the Nazi Party); the Upton Sinclair wrote the Forward, and a retired military psychiatrist wrote the Preface. Would they have lent their names to a hoax?

"I Was Hitler's Doctor" exposed in 1941 many aspects of Hitler's career and character that are little know even today. Hitler was impotent. He was a homosexual and bisexual. He had been Capt. Roehm's lover. He was employed by the army to monitor rabble rousers. he met regularly with Steel Baron Fritz Thyssen.


1 comment:

  1. I always heard he only had one testicle too!