Germany

Saturday Afternoon with Carolyn: Interview with Henrik Holappa

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2012-07-07 12:24
 
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July 7, 2012

Holappa is a Finnish nationalist now living in Sweden with his wife and baby daughter. He began the Finnish Resistance Movement, which is in league with the Swedish and Norwegian Resistance movements. These are peaceful political movements, not armed movements. Topics discussed:

Email Henrik Holappa:  heholappa at hotmail dot com

Gerhard Ittner may seek justice from UN Human Rights Committee

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2012-07-04 19:12

Gerhard Ittner Interviewed by Henrik Holappa

(See what Germar Rudolf has written about Gerhard Ittner. He first spoke about it in his interview with me on The Heretics' Hour.)

Hello Mr. Gerhard Ittner. Could you shortly introduce yourself to our readers?

Oh yes, it’s a pleasure to give you this interview, Henrik. Well, let’s start from the beginning then: I was born the 12th of May, 1958 in the small town of Zirndorf near Nuernberg. Zirndorf is known for one of the biggest battles of the 30 years’ War taking place around this village. It was the so called “Battle of the Alten Veste,” on the 3rd of September 1632, which took place exactly 307 years before the English and French declared war against Germany, at the beginning of WWII. The Alte Veste (Old Fortress) is the remains of a small castle, already in ruins in 1632, on a hill above Zirndorf. Wallenstein has had his headquarters there. The Swedish King Gustav Adolf and his troops have had their headquarters about 2 kilometers away in the plains at the river Redniz. The battle had no winner, but one big loser: Zirndorf, which lay burned and looted when the troops had gone. Like so many German villages in this very cruel religious war. As children we used to play in the trenches of the 30 years’ war. They are still around the Alte Veste, now overgrown by forest.

Saturday Afternoon with Carolyn: Kairos on The German Character

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2012-06-23 13:50
 
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June 23, 2012

Kairos from Germany is Carolyn’s guest for a wide-ranging discussion, unfortunately plagued by technical difficulties which resulted in a shortened final program. Topics covered:

  • Why “Race over Religion” must be the go-word for White survival;
  • The German character/soul and how it compares with Asians;
  • What the concept of Bildung means in forming the German personality;
  • The German concept of leadership: leading, following (obedience) and  personal responsibility;
  • The differences in character/soul among the various European national groups;
  • Because of above-mentioned differences, the Euro Zone is a bad idea, leading to dictatorial, enforced policies like the European Stability Mechanism, now in place;
  • Is White Nationalism moving in a positive direction?
  • Kairos recommends Schiller/Beethoven’s Ode to Joy as representative of the German culture.

Image: Martin Luther, famous German Church Reformer

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

Elie Wiesel condemns Günter Grass for "going too far"

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2012-04-14 16:51

By Carolyn Yeager

Wiesel rushes to the defense of Israel once again, proving he is always a political person ahead of being an artistic person.

Zionism has always come first for Elie Wiesel. You might even say all his writing has been in the service of Zionism, one way or another. Now a poem made public by one of Germany’s most famous novelists is causing an uproar in the Jewish/Israeli world, of which Wiesel is an integral part. The poet is Günter Grass; the poem’s title is “What Must Be Said.” It is a criticism of Israel’s nuclear capability and it’s willingness to use it against Iran.

In an article in the New York Daily News, Wiesel for the second time in the past month, speaks out on a controversy affecting Jews and Israel. While Wiesel is often portrayed as a kind of suffering saint who stays above the fray in his capacity as “teacher” and one who represents “victims of the Jewish holocaust” for the sake of greater humanity, this has never been the case in reality. He is a scrapper and a partisan in every circumstance involving Israel. Everything he does is done to advance the interests of World Jewry. This latest article makes it clear enough.

It is titled “Guenter Grass’ buried hatred comes to light.” The subtitle brings out that “He once served in the Nazi Waffen SS; today, he is attacking Israel.”

The Heretics' Hour: Interview with Kairos

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2012-04-04 12:42
 
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April 2, 2012

Carolyn Yeager's guest is a German nationalist who uses Kairos as a pseudonym. He blogs on As der Schwerter (Ace of Swords) with a group of other like-minded bloggers, and also has a personal blog, Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit (Unity and Justice and Freedom). In this program he discusses the difficulties for people like him in today's Germany and what inspires him. Topics include:

  • Why the name Kairos?
  • In Germany, the political climate favors leftists; punishes rightists, i.e. the Beate Zschäpe-NSU frame-up;
  • Speech suppression based on Law; Kairos explains German law under U.S. occupation;
  • Liberation will come through awakening the soul of our people to recognize their distinctness and their unity;
  • The words and music of Kinder des Nordens (Children of the North) by Carpe Diem;
  • The Race Question: race must come before religion.

In the first half hour, Carolyn reads from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 about the massacre of fleeing ethnic Germans around and in the Bay of Pomerania by the U.S. Eighth Air Force.

Callers Tan, Paul and John contributed to the program.

Image: Marble relief of Kairos, Son of Zeus, god of the Right Moment, or Opportunty, by Lysippius, about 350 B.C.

Listen to my previous interview with Kairos here.

Christogenea Saturday: Social Policy in Nat. Soc. Germany

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2012-03-18 16:31
 
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March 17, 2012

"THE GOOD SOCIETY: Social Policy in National Socialist Germany" with Carolyn Yeager and Rodney Martin

The creation of the Autobahn is just one of the magnificent achievements credited to Adolf Hitler's National Socialism that benefited the people rather than the bankers. From March 1933 onward, laws were passed that changed German society from a degenerate Jewish-dominated and foreign-ruled economic basket-case to an orderly, independent and prosperous, Christian people-state once again. Rodney Martin and I substitute for Bill Finck of Christogenea.org, in this program. We discuss the laws, policies and programs that brought about the "Good Society" ... from anti-vivisection to Volksgemeinschaft, from religion to racial policy.

Here is a link to the news article about Pope Benedict I quoted from: http://www.zenit.org/article-33497?l=english

Günter Deckert Sentenced to Five Months of Prison for Translating Book

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2012-03-12 12:35

The following was written and sent to me by Günter Deckert, long-time Nationalist leader in Germany and friend of Holocaust Revisionism. I have taken the liberty to make some minor changes in the interests of making it better understood to the English language reader. Günter Deckert was born at Heidelberg in 1940. His father was killed as a soldier in the war. Günter was a successful and much-respected teacher before he was forced out of that profession because of his political views. He previously served five years in a German Federal prison in the 1990's for violation of Section 130 -- a so-called "speech crime."  Günter Deckert is a husband, father and grandfather.

 

My “crime” this time… I made it possible that Carlo Mattogno´s Auschwitz – The First Gassings (Italian version 1992, English version 2002) could finally be published in German, too, in 2007.<--break->

Euro Crisis: “A Flood of Inflation”

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2012-03-11 18:45

 

[Original title: "Prof. Markus Kerber zur Eurokrise: 'Ein Schwall von Inflation'", in korrektheiten.com, January 14, 2012. Translation by MKH]

The Deutschlandfunk (DLF, a public German radio station) aired an interview with Professor Markus Kerber. Kerber is an economist at the Technische Universität Berlin. He conducts research on public finance and economic policy. The occasion was the downgrading of the creditworthiness of France from AAA to AA + by the rating agency Standard & Poors. It was about the impact on the Euro. Kerber was speaking in plain language. He said among other things:

Euro Crisis: “A Flood of Inflation”

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2012-03-11 18:44

[Original title: "Prof. Markus Kerber zur Eurokrise: 'Ein Schwall von Inflation'", in korrektheiten.com, January 14, 2012. Translation by MKH]

The Deutschlandfunk (DLF, a public German radio station) aired an interview with Professor Markus Kerber. Kerber is an economist at the Technische Universität Berlin. He conducts research on public finance and economic policy. The occasion was the downgrading of the creditworthiness of France from AAA to AA + by the rating agency Standard & Poors. It was about the impact on the Euro. Kerber was speaking in plain language. He said among other things:

In total, Germany can try in this situation only one thing: withdraw from the Euro rescue fundat least from the Euro rescue fund – to secure its rating and to save [herself]. Otherwise, in the near future the conclusions from Germany’s liability-causing situation will have to be drawn. Germany will have to be liable for all, and this necessarily leads to a serious downgrade. The bailout funds

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