First book review of "Artist Within the Warlord"

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2018-01-26 13:05

By Raymond Goodwin

RARE IS ANY CREDIBLE LITERATURE DEALING WITH ADOLF HITLER – the man, and his time on the stage of history. There are, of course, tons of articles and books written about that, but the key word in the lead sentence is “credible.” Anyone who has any ability to think for themselves knows that any such writing is automatically “qualified” right off the bat by letting the reader know that Adolf Hitler was the most vile, evil, megalomaniac who ever lived. And what follows that introduction is nothing but Cinderella fairy-tales that are worthless in any CREDIBLE study of the man and his era. See the message under the photo on page 128 about a false statement from a Dr. Ferdinand Sauerbruch, explained as “it was the style of the time after the war to make up wild stories about Adolf Hitler.”


Ray Goodwin

Help us celebrate sanity

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2018-01-25 10:12

Help us celebrate our Fifth Annual Commemoration honoring the Revisionists who introduced sanity to the Auschwitz “death camp” narrative.

January 27 is the day the world is told to bow down to remember the Auschwitz gas chamber myth and lie. We chose this day to tell a different story … our story of sanity, science and honest research.

We are the committee. So please … help us fight the old war propaganda! Stand up to the false narratives. Spread the word!

Spread our website and our new, special articles for 2018 to your friends and acquaintances. Our theme this year is “Exposing the Allies' hate, murder and revenge against Germans”.

No surprise - Mosberg was indicted in 2008 on corruption, bribery charges

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2018-01-23 13:53

Ed Mosberg at age 86, still chasing money. Look at that outfit.

From a longtime friend, Ajan; many thanks:

Parsippany developer Edward Mosberg was indicted today by a federal grand jury that charged him with paying off a township official to advance construction projects in Morris County's biggest town. [Morris County is a center of Orthodox Jewish communities where they used to hang LIVE chickens in the kosher butchers' windows (on hooks?), see here]

The charges handed up in Newark allege the 82-year-old builder gave discounts on homes he sold to planning board attorney John Montefusco Sr. and his family, in exchange for official favors from 1987 to 2007.

On Jan 27th, every elderly Jew becomes a potential star

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2018-01-22 12:13

Ed Mosberg stands in his New York home remembering, remembering, remembering - but with a purpose and a "higher cause."

By Carolyn Yeager

WITH THE ALREADY-BOREDOM-INSPIRING JANUARY 27TH "HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE DAY" COMING UP, all networks and news outlets are obligingly scrounging up a tired old survivor story or two in which they can mention it.

This day, created by the United Nations on a voice vote in 2005 (on a day when Israel was presiding over the assembly) was immediately put to use as one of the major engines keeping "holocaust' in the public conciousness masquerading as "our common history."

Landmark: AfD presents its first bill in German parliament

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2018-01-18 18:23

The 92 Alternative for Deutschland delegates are seated on the far-right end of the delegate seating. It is the first time since 1933 that a "far-right" party has offered legislation in the Prussian-era edifice.

THE ALTERNATIVE FOR GERMANY PARTY HAS INTRODUCED A BILL aimed at permanently banning refugees from bringing their close relatives over from 'war-stricken' countries. The move sparked a spirited, sometimes impolite debate in the Bundestag. From Deutsche Welle:

Thursday marked a historical moment for the Reichstag. It was the first time since the old parliament building burned down in 1933 that a far-right party has been able to present a draft law in the venerable Prussian-era edifice, a building revamped and reopened for the new democratic age in reunified Germany during the 1990s.

Is the Holocaust losing its pizazz?

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2018-01-15 02:28

This image is familiar to everyone and doesn't need to be explained. But why should we believe what we do about it? It's really quite pedestrian in itself.

By Carolyn Yeager

IS IT JUST ME OR IS the “Holocaust” losing its pizazz.

It seems that what's been coming out lately as new holocaust and antisemitism stories are dull and recycled.

I do know the World Jewish Congress is using the same schtick for this year's International Holocaust Remembrance Day, coming up in less than two weeks now on January 27th, that they used last year: the “I remember” campaign. Take a look at this promotional picture they put out for it – does it stir your blood in any way?

The essential new book on Hitler is available now

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2018-01-07 23:41

The book that every student of Hitler needs to own …

The Artist Within the Warlord—An Adolf Hitler You've Never Known

The collected translations and commentary by Wilhelm Kriessmann, Ph.D. and Carolyn Yeager from Hermann Giesler's German-language memoir Ein Anderer Hitler.

A wealth of insight into the REAL HITLER awaits you in this new book that puts it all together in thirteen revealing chapters that lay out the world view and the unique personality of the most controversial leader of the twentieth century. Hitler the artist ... Hitler the humanist … Hitler the persistent planner ... are three of the aspects of Adolf Hitler you will learn about, or learn more about, in this book. [See special announcement below with the ordering information.]

Canadian activist Monika Schaefer arrested and jailed in Germany for showing up at Sylvia Stolz's trial

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2018-01-07 15:17

by Carolyn Yeager

MONIKA SCHAEFER, A CANADIAN-BORN WOMAN OF GERMAN HERITAGE, was visiting her brother Alfred in Germany when she was arrested while observing an open-to-the-public trial of Sylvia Stolz in Munich.

During a recess break in the trial, Schaefer was approached by authorities, handcuffed, and led away. According to eyewitnesses, she protested that she was a free Canadian citizen and was told, "If you wanted to remain free, you should have stayed in Canada."

Schaefer is reportedly being held in Stadelheim prison, Schwarzenbergstr 14, 81549 München, Germany. Friends of Monika are calling for sympathizers to send letters to the prison protesting her arrest and further incarceration.

UPDATE -  Here are four Canadian officials we can write to and call, assembled by Arthur Topham. This definitely should be done.

Tell your Congressional representatives you don't want a Special Antisemitism Monitor in the State Department

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2018-01-05 21:26

Ira Forman, who formerly took up space in the U.S. State Department and had a big budget to spend as "Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism" around the world, gives a speech in France. He looks real tough, doesn't he.

By Carolyn Yeager

DONALD TRUMP WANTED TO ABOLISH THE OFFICE OF THE "SPECIAL ANTISEMITISM MONITOR" in the State Department after he became President, and Sec. of State Rex Tillerson agreed with him. They were right because the office is a total boondoggle give-away to Jewry (begun in the Republican W. Bush administration) with no benefit to society that can justify its expense. But as soon as Jews got wind of that, they sprung into action to prevent the president's recommendation from being enacted. As usual, they won. And the culprits are our congressmen and senators who vote as a block for everything the Jews want.

The Times of Israel wrote on January 5th:

The Trump administration considers the position of anti-Semitism monitor “crucial” and hopes to name one “soon,” a State Department official told JTA (Jewish Telegraph Agency) Thursday.

Angela Merkel's disgraceful, dithering New Year's speech

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2018-01-03 01:21

Angela Merkel poses for her annual New Year's speech to the German nation on December 31, 2017.

HERE IS CHANCELLOR ANGELA MERKEL'S SPEECH ON NEW YEAR'S EVE, with commentary by Dr. Rainer Zitelmann as provided by Rainer Zitelmann (right) first made a name for himself as an historian and journalist; later he established the leading public relations firm in the real estate industry. Many citizens will find Merkel's New Year's speech an imposition, says Wall Street-Online.

Merkel: "Dear fellow citizens, I greet you warmly, and I am pleased to have the opportunity to give you some thoughts on this New Year's Eve day as well as on the dawn of the new year. I know from numerous conversations and encounters this year that many of you are worried about cohesion in Germany. "