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On the 125th Birthday of Adolf Hitler

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2014-04-18 09:36

By Carolyn Yeager

The 125th anniversary of Hitler's birth on April 20th coincides with the publication of the “antisemitic” notebooks of German philosopher Martin Heidegger, arguably the most influential European philosopher of the 20th century (only Ludwig Wittgenstein rivals him for the title) according to this article.

There are other connections between the two. They were born in the same year, 1889. Heidegger joined Hitler's National-Socialist party, the NSDAP, in 1933 when Hitler became Chancellor and he remained a member until 1945. He served as rector of Freiburg University in Baden-Württemberg for one year, from 1933 to 1934. He praised the "inner truth and greatness" of National-Socialism during a lecture in 1935. Never once did Heidegger express a word of moral condemnation of the Nazis or the "Holocaust."

On the other hand, there is said to be no evidence that Heidegger accepted National-Socialist racial theories, but that doesn't absolve him because the notebooks contain passages denouncing "world Jewry," the distinctively Jewish "talent for calculation," and the "collusion of 'rootless' Jews in both international capitalism and communism."

Latest news on the National Socialist Underground (NSU) Trial - No soot in the two Uwe"s lungs

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2014-04-15 15:40

My last post on this favorite subject was on Oct. 16, 2013. The reason for that is because there's been no news in English. Thus, I let it slip my mind. However, I just talked to a German friend and thought to ask him about what was happening in the trial. "Lots," he answered, and proceeded to clue me in. In the end, he sent me two articles in German and I Google-translated them. This is information the English-language outlets are not publishing ... such as Der Spiegel Online and The Local and Deutsche Welle.

So the following is my synopsis of the most interesting development in the trial to date. I wish I had more than just the bare bones, but this will have to do for now. The "two Uwe's" are Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Boehnhardt, who are accused of murdering 9 people.

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The impression of many lawyers is that Judge Götzl [right] wants to protect the system, thus he cannot find the real killer.

What has been clear for a long time to any reasonably clear-thinking person, is now officially confirmed: The autopsy of the two Uwes found no soot particles in the lungs, which means the official account of their death - "setting fire to their van, followed by a murder-suicide" - cannot be correct. The dead do not breathe.

The autopsy result best matches other testimony that:

1) The two Uwe's were shot somewhere else (which is why the residents did not hear any shots);

2) The camper with the two bodies in it was driven by a third person, who started the fire to cover his tracks (this explains the witnesses who saw a "third man" whose DNA has incidentally been found in the camper).

Dorothea Marx of the SPD (Social Democrat Party) and NSU Committee chairman referred to the latest findings as "very doubtful" which would be a clear lie. She says this because, with these findings, the official story is completely impossible!

I will be reporting more as I am able to find it. My German friend will no doubt pass it on to me. -cy

"Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour: Episode 5

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2014-04-03 16:59
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April 3, 2014

Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager read and comment on the August 19 – Sept 21, 1941 dinner table monologues by the German Führer, as taken down by an adjutant and checked for accuracy by Martin Bormann. In this program:

  • Encouraging high level of births is more useful than preventing war – to kill a man before he is born is the worst;
  • The people of Europe should not be dependent upon England, but the Ukraine and Volga Basin will be the granaries for us;
  • Criminals and anarchists should be dealt with swiftly and harshly, not turned over to lawyers to get them light sentences;
  • The “spirit of decision” in deciding on Operation Barbarossa, and the quality of the German soldier as “best in the world”;
  • The industrious German nature compared to the indolent Slav nature is pointed out in several instances;
  • His dislike of the Habsburg monarchy and his gratitude to Social Democracy for sweeping all royalties away;
  • The duty of National-Socialism is to allow the best in the people to develop.

Image: Poster expressing "German thanks giving" for a good harvest. As the 30's wore on, Germany did not have enough agricultural land to feed it's growing population. But even in the 20's, Adolf Hitler saw the fertile land of Ukraine as perfect for Germany's needs. Click to enlarge.

The edition being used was translated by Norman Cameron and R.H. Stevens, published by Enigma Books, New York, and can be found as a pdf here.

The Heretics' Hour: St. Pat's Day, Austrian Anschluss, and The Enemy Inside the Gate

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2014-03-17 19:32
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March 17, 2014

A program featuring two anniversaries and three “enemies inside the gate. We must keep reminding ourselves and others that those who call themselves “the good guys” are just the opposite, and who the good guys really are. Some highlights:

  • New York St. Patrick’s Day Parade organizers forbade the display of LGBT signs and displays, causing the new Mayor Blasio to boycott the parade — ditto the Guinness and other beer companies;
  • The real joy of the Austrian-Germans to join the German Reich is still denied and lied about today, in order to uphold the false WWII/evil “Nazis” narrative;
  • Adolf Hitler’s speech on March 15, 1938 at Vienna’s Heldenplatz to 200,000 rapt listeners declared that bringing the oldest eastern province back into the Reich was his “greatest accomplishment”;
  • Dietrich Bonhoeffer, young ecumenical pastor of the “Confessing Church” which opposed the National-Socialist attempt to create a National German Christian Church,  was an early opponent of the Hitler regime who ended up a full traitor with the German “Resistance”;
  • Pastor Martin Niemoeller, author of “First they came for the communists” and one of the founders of the Confessing Church,  first supported the National-Socialists, then decided he opposed the “Aryan Paragraph” which had existed since 1885;
  • Edward Miliband, 45-year old son of Polish Jewish parents who emigrated to Britain in 1940 and 1947, is now an MP for Doncaster North and head of the Labour Party;
  • Carolyn reads a column written by him in 2012 that reveals how Miliband manages to tell both the British and the British Jews what he wants each of them to hear.

Image: Ed Miliband, leader of the Labour Party in Britain and a 100% Polish Jew with no British blood, explains why he's good for Britain.

Leopold Wenger's letters from Sicily and Lake Constance, June-Nov. 1943

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2014-02-23 15:02

Poldi Wenger's "beautiful" plane after being destroyed in an air attack and fire while parked in Marsa del Oro, Sicily on July 7, 1943

copyright 2014 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager
Translated from the German by Carlos Whitlock Porter


Notes from Poldi's brother, Willy Wenger:
The mission on 4 June 1943 was also Poldi’s last combat flight on the Channel coast and the letter to his mother dated 14 June 1943 was the last one from France, since he was transferred to Sicily on 15 June1943.

After the death of Hauptmann Frank LIESENDAHL, Oberleutnant Fritz SCHRÖTER took over command of the 10th Jagdgeschwader (Day Fighter Wing) JG 2 until 31 December 1942, after which Hauptmann Heinz SCHUMANN took over in April 1943 following SCHRÖTER’s transfer to Tunisia. In the meantime, the following name changes were made:

The 10th /JG 2 (Jagdgeschwader – Fighter-Bomber Wing) was renamed the 13th/ SKG10 (Schnellkampfgeschwader - Fast Bomber Wing)

Squadron Commander - Lieutenant Poldi WENGER

The 10th /JG 26 and the 10th /JG 54 were renamed the 14th/ SKG10

Squadron Commander – Lieutenant Colonel Erwin BUSCH

The newly appointed 15th/SKG10

Squadron Commander - Lieutenant Erhard NIPPA

The three squadrons formed the Second Group (Gruppe) of SKG10, the name of which was changed, as of December 1942, over the course of a reorganisation of the close combat flier units, to SG10 (Schlachtgeschwader – Ground Attack Wing)

Group Commander – Hauptmann Heinz SCHUMANN

Transfer to SICILY

Take-off on 15.6.1943 at 13h53 with stopovers in Bourges, Istres and Albenga (near Allassio, Italy) on 16.6. to Pratrica di Mare near Rome. After refuelling, off to Capodichino near Naples on 17.6 over the Straits of Messina and Catania to Gerbini-West.

Throughout the entire stretch of 2,270 kilometers, Poldi’s first maintenance engineer Thielen had to sit crammed into the baggage compartment directly behind the pilot’s seat and must have needed a lot of endurance to sit hunched up in this cramped compartment for hours.

Taking off from the foot of Mount Aetna, they flew the first dive bomber and high-altitude bombing attacks against large Allied convoys in the Mediterranean and achieved great results. They bombed harbor installations on the island of Pantelleria from a VERY high altitude. The whole group flew hard missions against Allied invasion troops, particularly around Gela, achieving the first tank kill and damaging several landing craft. -WW

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Saturday Afternoon: More on Germany persecution with Dr. Andreas Wesserle

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2014-02-22 12:34
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February 22,2014

From whence comes the intense historical attacks on “the German people,” and why? Is it purely because of economic competition, or is there another level involved? Retired professor Andreas Wesserle talks about the genocidal residential bombing of Germany planned out by Winston Churchill and his "scientific advisor" Dr. F.  Lindemann (Lord Cherwell), whom also went after thousands of irreplaceable cultural-historical landmarks in some of the oldest German cities. Some highlights of the discussion:

  • The British Mosquito 2-engine fighter-bomber had the capacity to fly all the way to Germany and back, and outfly all German fighters at the time – thus the heavy bombers were not needed;
  • Erich Kern in the Swiss newspaper Die Tat in 1955 put the number of German civilian dead due to air attacks at 2 million, 5 thousand.
  • Initially, the Americans were only bombing legitimate war targets, like the Messerschmitt factory outside of Regensburg in 1943, but later also became genocidal;
  • The fate of the Eastern Jews: some came West, a million more in the Soviet east were dispatched by Stalin to Siberia;
  • The “Sophie Scholl fable” similar to the Anne Frank romantic stories;
  • Hans Scholl and the half-Russian Alexander Schmorell wrote pamphlets under the banner of the White Rose Society with text suspiciously similar to Soviet propaganda and the Nuremburg Tribunal findings.

Image:  Carpet bombing of the Munich Bogenhausen residential district in background, with St. Peter's at right foreground (Munich's oldest and most important parish) already gutted.(click to enlarge) More Munich pictures here, here and here.

The Heretics' Hour: A chat with Fredrick Töben - historian, revisionist and author

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2014-02-17 19:10
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Feb. 17, 2014

Fredrick Töben of Adelaide, Australia talks about the German-Jewish relationship and his experience with German law courts. Imprisoned  three times for variations of “holocaust denial,” he is the author of several books, including Fight or Flight: The Personal face of Revisionism(2003), 40 Days in Tehran (2007), 50 Days in Gaol (2009), and Arbeit Macht Frei (2010). Other highlights:

  • Revisionist Gerd Ittner is imprisoned in Bayreuth, Germany and can see the Opera House from his prison window;
  • Toben’s letter in response to Joe Gandleman’s claim that the Internet makes “holocaust denial” too easy;
  • Richard Wagner‘s Germanic world view cannot be contained or controlled by Jewish futile charges of “racist” and “anti-Semitic”;
  • Toben also responds to Robert Zaretsky’s article in The Forward about Martin Heidegger and his “problematic” National Socialist beliefs – were they real or opportunistic;
  • Heidegger’s “Black Notebooks” (Schwarzen Hefte) will be published in Germany in March and some leaked phrases are already causing disturbance: Was he anti-Semitic? (horrors).

Gerd Ittner's prison address: JVA St. George; Markgiafon[?] allee 49; D-95448 Bayreuth, Germany

Saturday Afternoon: Conversation with Margaret Huffstickler about Lies and Those Who Tell Them

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2014-02-15 12:23
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Feb. 15, 2015

Margaret Huffstickler joins me again to discuss the extent and nature of the LIES we loyal White have to deal with on a regular basis. Our topics ranged from Hollywood movies to Internet gossip on Facebook, and much in between.

Leopold Wenger's letters from France, January-June 1943

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2014-02-11 20:52

Leopold Wenger, Jr climbs into the cockpit of his plane as he talks with his mechanic. In April '43, Poldi was made squadron leader.

copyright 2014 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager
Translated from the German by Carlos Whitlock Porter

4 January 1943: We had some very strong wind and monstrous sea swells in the past few days. Heavy surf on the coast, like you hardly ever saw. I didn’t even celebrate New Year’s Eve at all this time. I was already in bed by 22 hours, since we wanted to convey our New Year’s Best Wishes to the tommies really early in the morning. But once we got outside on New Year’s Day, you couldn’t fly at all, the weather was so bad. So on the 2nd we bombed a small town, Knightbridge, until there was not much left of it. I took really good photographs during this attack. We were over there again yesterday. This time it was Shanklin’s turn to get it, a city on the Isle of Wight. The flak was quite accurate, but too late. Once again, we got good photos of the attack.

A deep attack was made into Knightbridge on Jan. 2nd (above) and on Jan. 3rd, Shanklin (below). Photos from Poldi's on-board camera.

Saturday Afternoon: February '45 Allied War Crimes - Steuben Sinking and Dresden Bombing

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2014-02-08 12:49
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Feb. 8, 2014

Map shows the three greatest maritime disasters in history, all in early 1945 – a total of 20, 660 fatalities!

Dr. Andreas Wesserle returns as Carolyn’s special guest after a 3-year absence to discuss a letter to Queen Elizabeth II and a  paper on RAF and USAF strategic bombing  history he has written. Dr. Wesserle has been on The Heretics” Hour six times previously (when it was at Voice of Reason); his last appearance was Feb. 21, 2011.

About Dr. Wesserle: Born in Prague, he was a member of the Karpatendeutsche community in Slovakia and experienced the tyranny of the partisans in Sept. 1944. He emigrated to the United States from war-torn, refugee-filled West Germany with his parents in 1952. They settled in Wisconsin, where he still lives after a distinguished teaching career in U.S. and European universities. Highlights:

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