The Heretics' Hour: Fear of the Jews

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2012-05-15 02:51
 
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May 14, 2012

John 20: v19
When it was evening on that day, the first day of the week, and the doors of the house where the disciples had met were locked for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you.”

Fear of the Jews takes many forms. Topics include:

  • Jews at the Steering Wheel” and the Jewish Federations of North America community directory reveal the incredible organizational power that Jews have amassed;

  • A U.S. Congressional subcommittee approves an extra $1 billion to Israel for their missile defense system this year, over and above the usual $3.1 billion;

  • In Greece and The Netherlands, where Jews are a teensy-weensy percentage o the population, their organizations try to dictate what the majority indigenous population can do;

  • Ebert Foundation finds that Europeans are more critical toward Jews than expected;

  • David Duke over-sympathizes with WWII Jewish suffering;

  • And more.

Carolyn announces her departure from Voice of Reason and her move to a new network—more information on that will be forthcoming. She did a final reading from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 about the cities of Magdeburg and Halberstadt, west of Berlin.

Hadding from Florida called into the program in the last half-hour.

Elie Wiesel Knows Soviet “Liberators” Destroyed the Birkenau Crematoriums

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2012-05-10 13:22

By Carolyn Yeager

The official Holocaust narrative versus Elie Wiesel on what is Auschwitz liberation day

 The photograph above is a still photo from a Soviet propaganda film about the Auschwitz liberation.  The clothing warehouses, known as “Canada,” are burning. But who set them on fire?         

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The official Holocaust narrative has it that the Red Army did not arrive at the Auschwitz labor camps until January 27th, 1945—where they found some of the barracks burning, and also blown-up crematorium buildings which had housed “gas chambers.” This is the date that is commemorated all over the world as the Liberation of Auschwitz.

However, on page 87 of the novel Night it is stated that the Russians “liberated” the inmates who were left behind at Monowitz (Auschwitz III) on January 20th, two days after the bulk of the prisoners left on the one-day forced march to Gleiwitz, from where they took  a train to Buchenwald.

Little New in Wiesel’s Speech at Xavier; Robert Ransdell Gets Attention

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2012-05-08 18:28

By Carolyn Yeager

Reportedly “thousands of students” listened to Elie Wiesel on Sunday night, May 6,  in the  Cintas Center in Cincinnati as he intoned his usual theme: “We haven’t done enough; we still haven’t learned from the Holocaust.” [Right photo shows one section of the Cintas auditorium interior, which is home to the Xavier basketball team.]

Who does he mean by “we”? Why, white western (European) man, of course. Not Jews. Nor any other non-whites. They are the ones dying “of famine or of disease or of violence.” As he said, “Every minute today, somewhere in this world a child dies” from one of these three causes, and he asked “How is that possible in a civilized society?”

The Heretics' Hour: Interview with former prisoner of conscience Germar Rudolf

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2012-05-07 23:40
 
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May 7, 2012

Carolyn Yeager's special guest this week is Germar Rudolf, famous for his Holocaust Revisionist books and publishing business which drove the German authorities to prosecute and imprison him for 44 months - almost four years. Germar is now living in the United States with his wife and daughter. His and other revisionist books and CD's are available at Holocaust Handbooks at The Barnes Review. The discussion included:

  • Patriotism vs. Nationalism—Germar prefers to call himself a patriot;

  • Justice for Germany—still no peace treaty and the UN officially defines Germany as an enemy state of the entire world. Allied Powers may resume hostilities if Germany shows any sign of revanchism;

  • How and when Germar learned to doubt the Holocaust narrative;

  • How Germans lack self-confidence and tend to feel guilty for everything as a result of Allied propaganda;

  • Ethnic/cultural self-determination as the next necessary step in world justice;

  • Germar's view of National Socialism and the Third Reich—shows similarities to Rome;

  • Hitler should have stepped down in 1938 and allowed “democracy” to return, says Germar;

  • Affirmative Action is the wrong way to go, unless it is applied equally;

  • Can terrorist laws enacted after 9/11 in both U.S. and Germany tighten the noose on revisionists?

  • Free speech is not the solution if our speech is not heard—what to do about Jewish media control.

Length: 2 hours

Kentucky man offers $1000 reward in “Elie Wiesel Tattoo Challenge” at Wiesel’s Xavier University May 6 Speech

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2012-05-01 23:50

By Carolyn Yeager

Robert Ransdell is a man after our own heart. He’s putting up money to publicize the fact that Elie Wiesel doesn’t have the Auschwitz tattoo he claims to have.

“An Evening with Elie Wiesel” is coming to Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, Sunday, May 6th. The entertainment/education event  is being marketed by CHHE, which stands for Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education. We just finished with Holocaust Remembrance Week in the United States, and now the entire month of May is Jewish American Heritage Month! So people like Elie Wiesel are on the circuit.

Picture at right is used on promotional materials for the “Evening with Elie Wiesel.

The Heretics' Hour: The Death and Political Testament of Adolf Hitler

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2012-05-01 00:11
 
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April 30, 2012

The ten days between Hitler's 56th birthday on April 20, 1945 until his suicide on April 30 in the Führerbunker in Berlin are detailed. Carolyn also reads his Political Testimony which he dictated on April 29. In the 2nd hour, her special guest Severus brings his expertise and commentary to the subject. Discussion centers around:

  • The certainty that Hitler did not "escape" the bunker;
  • Hitler's reasons for suicide and the traditional view of it;
  • Hitler's mental and physical strength (or not) at the end;
  • The reasoning behind "fighting to the death;"
  • Blaming the war on International Jewry;
  • Expelling Göring and Himmler from the party;
  • Mentioning the laws of race at the end of his Testament;
  • and more.

Picture: The last photograph of Adolf Hitler viewing the destruction outside the entrance to the Führerbunker.

1st half hour: Reading from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 about the Allied destruction of Würzburg, Nuremberg and Munich in the south.

"If you look closely, you can see a sixteen-year-old boy ..."

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2012-04-25 20:40

April 25, 2012

By Carolyn Yeager

Do we have a stupid President, or what?

On Monday, April 23, U.S. President Barack Obama toured the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum with Elie Wiesel as his guide. Following the tour, both Wiesel and Obama gave boring, highly hypocritical speeches to the assembled diplomats, Jews, and shoah  survivors, supporters  and workers. Both speeches together lasted about 35 minutes. (Pictured right, Wiesel and Obama hug between speeches)

During Obama’s talk, he recalled a previous time that Elie had guided him through one of the Shoah’s sacred shrines–Buchenwald, in June 2009. At the 11:10 mark of this video, Obama remembers:

We stopped at an old photo, men and women lying in their bunks, barely more than skeletons, and if you look closely you can see a sixteen year old boy, looking right at the camera, right into your eyes … you can see Elie.

The Heretics' Hour: “The Jewish Question” in Holocaust Revisionism

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2012-04-24 00:24
 
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April 23, 2012

 

Bill Finck of Christogenea.org joins Carolyn in the 2nd hour to discuss Jews in German society.

  • U.S. Congress-authorized “Days of Remembrance” for alleged Holocaust victims;

  • Carolyn reads from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 about the real holocaust in the Rhine cities of Duisburg, Cologne and Kaiserslautern;

  • Is the Winston Smith Ministry of Truth blog on the up and up?

  • Germar Rudolf disagrees with Carolyn Yeager on a German-Jewish future;

  • How “the Jews” gained control in Europe;

  • What to say to “It's not all Jews”?

Frank from Pittsburgh calls in to share his views.

Picture: The extraordinarily ugly Holocaust Memorial with which Jews have defaced central Berlin's tourist district. The 4.7 acre site is a stone's throw from the Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag building.

Christogenea Saturday: Adolf Hitler Birthday Party

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2012-04-22 01:23
 
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April 21, 2012

Adolf Hitler's birthday on April 20th was always celebrated in Germany during the time of the Third Reich. In honor of Hitler's 123rd birthday, Bill Finck arranged a discussion program with four individuals: Sword Brethren (Brian), Severus, me (Carolyn Yeager) and himself.

It turned out to be a great discussion lasting three hours, ranging from Hitler's religious beliefs  ... to the origin of his political ideas ... to the ultimate value of his life work. We naturally discussed "The Jewish Question" from many angles. There is so much of value in this program you just have to listen to discover it all.

Length: 188:04 minutes (75.33 MB)

Format: MP3 Stereo 22kHz 56Kbps

Elie Wiesel's One Week Annual Visit to Chapman University Kept Private

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2012-04-20 18:34

By Carolyn Yeager

From the website of Chapman University:

Elie Wiesel  will return to Chapman University on April 15-22.  His annual one-week visit marks the second year of his five-year appointment as a Distinguished Presidential Fellow at the university.  While on campus, Wiesel will meet with [selected] students and faculty and be a guest speaker in various classes.

This year, Wiesel plans to present four “Conversations” during his visit.  The moderated discussions (which will be open only to the university community, not to the general public) will focus on themes central to his work and to the university community.   Scheduled topics include:

  • “Why Study?” (moderated by Daniele Struppa, Ph.D., Chapman University chancellor)
  •  “Why Write?” (moderated by English professor Patrick Fuery, Ph.D.)
  • “Why Be Just?” (moderated by Tom Campbell, dean of Chapman University School of Law)
  •  “Why Believe?” (moderated by Gail Stearns, Ph.D., dean of the Chapman University chapel)

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