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Adolf Hitler on 'The Majority Principle'

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2018-04-13 11:42

Continuing with passages from Mein Kampf (see here). This one from page 193 - 3.13 THE MAJORITY PRINCIPLE

SEVERAL VOLUMES WOULD BE NEEDED IF ONE WERE TO GIVE an adequate account of all its hollow fallacies. But if we pass over the details and look at the product itself while in operation, I think this alone will sufffice to open the eyes of even the most innocent and naive person, so that he may recognize the absurdity of this institution by looking at it objectively.

This human aberration is as harmful as it is absurd. In order to see this, the best and easiest method is to compare democratic parliamentarianism with a genuine German democracy.

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Adolf Hitler on 'Public Opinion'

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2018-04-11 00:18

I'VE BEEN READING THOMAS DALTON'S GREAT TRANSLATION OF MEIN KAMPF and enjoying it so much. I had read the Murphy translation twice and was satisfied with it, and I haven't yet compared the two up close, but I can tell Dalton's has a different feel to it. A very natural feel to me … maybe because Dalton is an American academic. I have Volume One of the dual German-English version, so I also like that I can compare the German on the left-hand page with the English on the right hand page and see that the paragraphs on both sides match so closely, giving me confidence that I am reading just what Hitler actually dictated in 1925 when he was 36 years old.

Certain passages came across to me as so pertinent to us today that I was inspired to run a series of posts whereby I just copy them (and comment if I feel called to). I'm not starting at the beginning but in Chapter 3, because this is where I first felt that what Hitler was saying was so very relevant to us today.

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Hero Gerd Honsik passes into the realm of our departed warriors

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2018-04-09 20:54

Gerd Honsik is led under guard while on trial in an Austrian courtroom in 2009.


by Carolyn Yeager

GERD HONSIK, AUTHOR AND POET, PLUS HOLOCAUST AND HISTORICAL REVISIONIST who was currently being harrassed by Austrian authorities, passed away on Saturday at the age of 76. His death occurred at his home in Sopron, Hungary, right across the Austrian-Hungarian border. Gerd's death is a great loss to the revisionist movement.

Honsik was born in Vienna in Oct. 1941. (As Margaret Huffstickler informs us in the 2nd comment below, his father was killed in the war, fighting in Italy.) He was active over the years in Austria in a number of “People's Movements” and Nationalist groups including Austria's NDP party. He wrote the book Acquittal for Hitler? in 1988. After that, fleeing an Austrian prison sentence, he lived in exile for 15 years in Spain until 2007 when he was extradited back to Austria when legislation was changed in Spain. While in Spain, Honsik contributed to the magazine Halt at irregular intervals and wrote another book, Hitler Innocent?

Festival planned to honor Adolf Hitler's 129th birthday

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2018-04-08 20:25

Enthusiasm for Adolf Hitler's accomplishments while Leader of Germany remains high around the world despite all attempts to blacken his name.


THE "SCHILD UND SCHWERT FESTIVAL" (SHIELD AND SWORD) IS BEING HELD ON PRIVATE PROPERTY in the Saxon town of Ostritz, close to the Polish border, on April 20, with around 800 people set to attend. Organized by the NPD (National Democratic Party), the two day event is in honor of Adolf Hitler's birthday.

On its website, the music festival lists a series of politicians from right-wing parties, including the NPD and Die Rechte, as speakers at the event. April 20 falls on a Friday this year, so they are making a two-day weekend event out of it – providing vendor stalls, including culinary and wine & beer stalls for the concert goers. The culinary choices will include grilled specialties and baguettes freshly prepared by comrades in the area. Entertainment will also include martial arts performances and speeches. Tickets are 45 euros.

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Another serious review of The Artist Within the Warlord

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2018-04-06 16:00

I'M EXCITED TO REPORT TO YOU THAT AN EXCELLENT REVIEW of my and Wilhelm Kriessmann's book has appeared at Inconvenient History Journal, written by R.T. Sloane, who asks the question: Do we need a reappraisal of Adolf Hitler? He answers in the affirmative, taking the position that positive qualities that are easy to document in Hitler have been totally smothered by the massive negative propaganda campaign waged against him. Sloane mentions three main areas: Hitler as a life-long lover and supporter of the arts; Hitler as a humanist; and Hitler as a kind and thoughtful friend. Sloane gives examples from our book for all three. These are points that I have made myself in my interviews about the book since it came out.

Sloane has obviously studied the book very carefully, so I urge you to read his review, along with all the other good stuff at Inconvenient History Journal, and maybe contact the editor to pass along your thanks to the author for writing it. Email: [email protected]

"History has to change" - Hitler-Stalin-Churchill-Roosevelt in WWII

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2018-04-03 19:52

The following is copied from the julius milaitis blog, where it was posted in May 2011. It's a review of the book by Finnish author Erkki Hautamäki, titled Finland in the Eye of the Storm, recommended to me by a Dutch friend who will be nameless because he lives under the Stalinesque laws of the European Union. The blog post has no copyright on it so I've posted the whole thing. If someone with authority has a problem with this, just let me know and I'll make adjustments. Of course, it's because I think this content is very important in the interests of getting to the truth about the Allied role in starting WWII. Read more about Erkki Hautamäki here. -cy

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Finnish author Erkki Hautamäki was a councillor of education and a reservist in the Finnish army, holding the rank of Major. Hautamäki has completed a lengthy process and fulfilled a historical task in his book “Finland in the Eye of the Storm”, which Marshall Mannerheim and his trusted aid Vilho Tahvanainen left for future generations. Driven by a need to bring out the historical truth for the Baltic Youth, this book is dedicated to Vilho Tahvanainen, an unrelenting patriot and aid to Field Marshall C.G.E. Mannerheim.

From the prologue of the book, by E Hautamäki:

Jewish Center wants global control over what billions of non-Jews can believe about Adolf Hitler

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2018-03-16 12:46

By Carolyn Yeager

THE SIMON WIESENTHAL CENTER'S ABRAHAM COOPER DEMANDED YESTERDAY (Thursday) that a book publisher in India pull a book off the market and out of it's online catalog because it features Adolf Hitler, among several others, as a “great leader.” The book is advertised as “11 leaders who have devoted their lives for the betterment of their country and people, and emerged with a great leadership at the time of crisis.”

Cooper's demand is in line with the usual Jewish chutzpah to force the world to conform to it's peculiar “what's best for Jews” viewpoint of history and politics. It continues unabated ever since Harry Truman, a democrat U.S. president, recognized Israel as a legitimate state in 1948.

Brave folk of Herxheim vote to retain Adolf Hitler church bell

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2018-02-27 19:56

The subject of all the "Sturm und Drang" - this beautiful  bronze church bell from 1934.


By Carolyn Yeager

In spite of the best efforts of the former church organist, Sigrid Peters, to make a big political issue of the 1934-era bronze church bell hanging in the village's 1000 year old Jacobkirche, the good folk of Herxheim am Berg showed their lack of concern about the manufactured issue in a parish council vote on Monday, Feb. 26. The council voted 10 to 3 to keep the bell where it was, where it had been without hurting anyone for the past 84 years.

The decision was greeted with applause from many (read most) community members. Amid the controversy stirred up by the leftists and Sigrid Peters, the bell had been silenced since last September pending a decision by the village of 700 inhabitants, only 30 miles from the university city of Heidelberg. Now it will ring again.

My interview with TBR's Dave Gahary

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2018-02-24 12:05
 
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CAROLYN TALKS ABOUT HER NEW BOOK, The Artist Within the Warlord: An Adolf Hitler You've Never Known with Dave Gahary for TBR radio. 46m

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What I learned about Adolf Hitler from Hermann Giesler

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2018-02-21 12:51

By Carolyn Yeager

THE KEY TO UNDERSTANDING ADOLF HITLER'S BEHAVIOR AS A PEACE AND WAR LEADER lies in this sentence, quoted by Hermann Giesler from August 1943, after the devastating air attack on Hamburg. Hitler said, recalling his decision not to attack the remaining British troops at Dunkirk in 1940:

It didn't agree with my character to step on the one who lays on the ground.

He saw the British as essentially defeated, and that they must themselves recognize that fact. He followed up with this: “After awhile I had to rethink. I was mistaken—magnanimity will not be recognized. What you see there [in photos of the Hamburg victims] is destructive brutality. Again and again one tries not to believe this, now I know—no mercy.” (p50 in The Artist Within The Warlord, from which all the quotes here are taken.)

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