Effects of racist "laws" of nature

The history of World War 2 can be confounding. The tactical missteps by the Japanese and Germans towards the end of the war don't appear to have much logic to them. But upon reading in Blood and Soil the racist laws of nature that the two regimes "discovered" the concept of racial destiny helps explain poor tactical judgment. Both nations needed land, both nations had initial success against weaker nations, both encountered an immense expanse that swallowed up their materiel and logistic capabilities (Russia, China, the Pacific Ocean). Yet their destiny to overcome as advanced races led to logistical blindness, thank God. We are all of the same blood, that is the natural law they forgot.

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