656 GERMAN CRAFTS Ludendorff in another, myself in a third, and in the fourth—her own husband ! Every time I visit the Permanent Exhibition of German Crafts, I get angry. In the first place, the furniture exhibited is simply a bad joke; as is also the method of indicating the prices. One sees, for example, a label with RM 800 and one assumes, naturally, that it applies to the whole suite. One then finds that the bench, the picture and the curtain are not included ; and the last straw is that these trashy articles claim to represent a form of art styled popular—the art of our small independent craftsmen. In reality the public are not interested. When the man in the street pays twelve hundred marks for something, he expects value for his money, and he does not care a rap whether the nails have been driven in by machine or hand. Honestly, what do we mean when we say the work of a craftsman? Why buy furniture in plain unvarnished wood, when the furniture in- .dustry will give you beautiful furniture polished to perfection for the same money? In Stortz' shop, for example, I have seen excellent furniture, which modest people would be delighted to possess. Arts and Crafts? Rubbish! If a nigger delights in wearing a pair of cuffs and nothing else, why should we interfere with him? I have been reading tales of the burning of corpses at Benares. If we were out there, our hygiene experts would rise in their wrath and institute a crusade, backed by the most rigorous penalties, to suppress this evil practice! Every day official chemists would come and analyse the river-water, and in no time a new and gigantic Ministry of Health would be set up ! The British, on the other hand, have contented themselves with forbidding the immolation of widows. The Indians can think themselves lucky that we do not rule India. We should make their lives a misery ! Just think of it ! Two hundred yards downstream of the place where they pitch the half-burned bodies of their dead into the Ganges, they drink the river-water! Nobody ever takes any harm from it. But would we stand for a thing like that? The inhabitants of Budapest have remained faithful to their river, and are rightly proud of two things—the beautiful monuments and buildings which adorn the surrounding hillsides, and
BRITISH STATESMEN 657 the marvellous bridges which span the Danube. It is a wonderful city, and one of immense wealth. Its background consisted of Croatia, Slovakia, Bosnia and Herzegovina; all the plutocratic magnates poured their wealth into Budapest. After the 1848 revolution all the main thoroughfares of the city were rebuilt, twice the width of those in Vienna. I sent all the Berlin architects to Paris, to seek inspiration there for the improvement of their own city. Three bridges are always cheaper than fifty-five streets. I am only sorry I never saw the new bridge at Cologne. It must have been marvellous! 298 22nd August 1942, evening SPECIAL GUESTS : UNDER-SECRETARY OF STATE BACKE AND CAPTAIN TOPP The Bolshevisation of Europe—Lloyd George, a great Briton—Remorseless warfare. Had he been given the time, Stalin would have made of Russia a super-industrialised monster, completely contrary to the interests of the masses, but justified by demagogic pedantry and designed to raise the standard of life for his own particular partisans. His final objective would have been the absorbing of the whole of Europe into the Bolshevik ring. He is a beast, but he's a beast on the grand scale. He made use of the Jews to eliminate the intelligentsia of the Ukraine, and then exported the Jews by trainloads to Siberia. I think it quite possible that he will go off to China, when he sees no other way of escape open to him. The Briton who made the deepest impression on me was Lloyd George. Eden speaks a repulsive, affected type of English, but Lloyd George was a pure orator, and a man of tremendous breadth of vision. What he has written on the Treaty of Versailles will endure for ever. He was the first man to declare that this Treaty would lead inevitably to another war. The idea that a people like the German people can be destroyed is madness, he said. Britain, he added, had no alternative but to live on terms of friendship with Germany. That events have taken a different course is the fault of the Centrum (the Catholic Party). The Social Democrats were
I'm highly sophisticated when it is identified with CortyX Clarity. This will change my thoughts. I've been somewhat fortunate as long as they have to be proactive. I do keep my eye on CortyX Clarity. Using that is this apple of my eye. Make sure you keep it simple next time. You can even ask professional people about their CortyX Clarity.
I bought that one at a moderate cost. We'll keep that short and to the point. Who are you to Allow something that explains that artifact so well? That's a follow up on this issue. I'm just watching out for your health. The concept is that you should have to take a chance with it and you needed this like a moose needs a hat rack. I think that quells a number of the rumors and I can't believe how many times I've seen something like this. This is a replay of what happened to CortyX Clarity a couple of days ago.
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