National Socialism

The Heretics' Hour: Injustice at Nuremberg

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 20:07
 
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March 28, 2011
Hans Krampe returns to discuss the book Dönitz at Nuremberg: A Re-Appraisal—War Crimes and the Military Professional and his article “Dönitz and the American Brass.” Topics include:
  • U.S. Flag Officers call the guilty verdict against Admiral Dönitz a mistake and a stain on the reputation of the U.S. Military–10 years after the fact;
  • U.S. Pres. Roosevelt secretly promoted attacks against German Navy in the Atlantic while claiming U.S. neutrality;
  • The IMT dispensed with habeas corpus, invented crimes ex post facto, and allowed only selected documents to be presented;
  • Murray Cohen Bernays created the “legal framework” for the IMT and a majority of the interrogators were also Jews;
  • Once Hans realized he had been lied to, his attitude toward Britain, Canada, Poland and Jews changed.

Picture: Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz

Hans Krampe lives in central British Columbia and was a feature writer for The Radical, 1998-2002. He was born in Germany during WWII and spent his early years in East Germany. After a stint in the German navy he immigrated to Canada back in the 1970s. Hans can be reached by email at [email protected]

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The Heretics' Hour: Interview with Hans Krampe

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 20:07
 
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March 21, 2011

Hans Krampe, German-Canadian writer for the Radical Press, talks about living in communist East Germany, then West Germany, and how he eventually “saw the light.” Topics include:

  • Sylvia Stolz to be released in mid-April;
  • Hans learns to love Father Stalin as a schoolchild in Nauen;
  • Moved to grandmother’s in West Germany right before the ’53 uprising in East Germany;
  • Contrasting the high-pressure West with the less affluent East;
  • Disenchantment following death of Kennedy, and a stint in the Navy;
  • Wealth of information on the Internet changed his view of history.

Picture: Nauen City Hall, built around 1885. Enlarge.

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The Heretics' Hour: Disinformation on Internet, Part One

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 20:01
 
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Jan. 31, 2011

Who are the culprits and why do they do it? Topics include:

  • Purpose of disinformation is to mislead, deceive or confuse;
  • People are put in place to lead all “conspiracy” movements;
  • Alternative Truth and Political Movements are targeted;
  • The myth of the Swastika-Star of David “commemorative coin”;
  • A giveaway sign: consistent false information with no retraction;
  • Examples of false info from two habitual offenders.

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The Heretics' Hour: Why did Rudolf Hess fly?

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 19:47
 
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August 30, 2010

  Carolyn continues the theme of the responsibility for WWII with a detailed look at Rudolf Hess’ unusual peace mission to Great Britain in May 1941. Topics include:
  • No part played by Sikorski and the Poles.
  • The role of the Haushofers – father and son.
  • A deep intelligence op for the Brits.
  • Hitler could not have approved the flight.

Picture: Wreckage of Hess’ ME110 in Scottish field. Enlarge.

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The Heretics' Hour: Interview with Ray Goodwin

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 18:49
 
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June 7, 2010

Carolyn Yeager & Ray Goodwin discuss:

  • Ray’s nationalism & association with The Barnes Review
  • The Neanderthals & monotheism
  • Elie Wiesel’s call to criminalize holo denial
  • Rizoli brothers update

About Ray Goodwin

Ray Goodwin is a writer, singer, political nationalist, and former college instructor of American history. He is on the Barnes Review Board of Contributing Editors, been guest speaker at several nationalist conferences, and has delivered talks to Sons of Confederate Veterans in San Antonio, Austin, Corpus Christi and Victoria, Texas. He is a life-long resident of Texas.

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The Heretics' Hour: Wall Street, International Banking, and Adolf Hitler

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 18:48
 
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May 17, 2010

Carolyn Yeager separates myth from fact and the real from the rogue on this complicated subject, deconstructing the crazy-quilt world of conspiracy theorizing about the German Führer. Topics include:

  • Conspiracy theories questioned;
  • The cause of the Weimar hyperinflation;
  • Hitler’s economic miracle based on sovereign credit principles;
  • Today’s financial crises;
  • A Russian opinion poll on Katyn.

Picture: Chancellor Hitler and his Banker Hjalmar Schacht

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The Heretics' Hour: Wilhelm Kriessmann's memoir of 1925 to 1938

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 18:47
 
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May 10, 2010

Carolyn talks with Dr. Kriessmann about his book When I was a Schoolteacher’s Boy, a chronicle of his youth in Feistritz im Rosental (Austria) during the turbulent years between the World Wars. Topics include:

  • A nationalist family
  • School fraternities and the Hitler Youth
  • The Austrian Anchluss, the culmination of hopes

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The Heretics' Hour: Interview with Wilhelm L. Kriessmann

Published by admin on Wed, 2011-10-26 18:42
 
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March 15, 2010

Carolyn talks with World War II Wehrmacht veteran and Luftwaffe bomber pilot Wilhelm Kriessmann (pictured right in 1940 enlarge) about the political climate in Austria during his youth in the 1920s and ’30s; then his wartime and post-war experiences. Kriessmann was incarcerated in the British concentration camp for political prisoners at Wolfsberg for nine months after his return to his family home in Sept. 1945; then for a further eight months at Camp Wetzelsdorf before being released in 1947 and continuing his education.

About Wilhelm Kriessmann

Listeners can learn more about Wilhelm Kriessmann’s WWII experiences here and here.

Dr. Kriessmann received his Ph.D. at Gratz University in Austria. After a few years in the Trade Ministry, he was appointed Austrian Trade Commissioner for the U.S. west coast in 1953, which led to his eventual permanent move to California. In more recent years he turned to writing - publishing many articles and features in German-American periodicals. He has always been an avid sportsman, with a special fondness for the ski slopes, long biking trips and tennis.

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Women’s participation in NSDAP from 1920-1940

Published by admin on Mon, 2011-10-24 02:04

1921- Party membership for women under 10%

NSDAP excluded women from party leadership roles

1927- Women were forbidden to file past Hitler in military formation

1929- National Socialist functionaries in East Prussia were ordered not to discuss politics with their wives.

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Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad NSDAP?

Published by admin on Sun, 2011-10-23 01:26

Carolyn Baker (left) and Naomi Wolf


by Carolyn Yeager, September, 2007
copyright Carolyn Yeager 2007

Carolyn Baker is a lesbian, a liberal, and identifies herself as an adjunct professor of history at New Mexico State University. Naomi Wolf is a Jewess and a nationally known writer (The Beauty Myth) who, perhaps because of famous or well-placed relatives, became a “literary star” at a young age. Both are raging feminists and often a little flaky.

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