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What I learned about Adolf Hitler from Hermann Giesler

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)

But character is not changed by events. Decisions may be made against one's own character, but it is not easy or natural. Adolf Hitler was resolute, firm in his opinions and beliefs; he could be hard when necessary, but he was not ruthless, as were his adversaries. There were lines he would or could not cross. Continue reading at Carolyn Yeager

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British Lady Renouf questioned by German police after speech in Dresden

Rally in Dresden. Gerd Ittner (left), rally organizer, stands by Lady Michele Renouf (center) at the podium with her translator after giving a strong speech outlining British support and sympathy with fellow German dissidents.


Watch the video of Renouf's speech here.

On Saturday. a rally was held in Dresden, Germany in memory of the victims of the February 1945 firebombing of the architecturally-renowned central city that was filled with refugees at the time.

In an impromptu speech, translated on the spot by a German friend, Lady Michele Renouf, with Gerd Ittner, one of the rally's organizers standing next to her, stated that the "wicked" British war government "deliberately hoped to kill as many as 900,000 German civilians" with their three day bombing schedule, aided by the Americans. Continue reading at Carolyn Yeager

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Leftist Minister in Merkel's cabinet whines that Germany no longer recognizes "our America"

Carolyn Talks with Sven Longshanks

First Book Interview with Brian Ruhe

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Passing the buck on Holocaust

Polish President signs bill to criminalize any hint of guilt directed at Poland

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First book review of "Artist Within the Warlord"

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.”  Continue reading at Carolyn Yeager

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Help us celebrate sanity

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

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

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


From a longtime friend, Ajan; many thanks:

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2008/09/parsippany_developer_indicted.html

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. Continue reading at Carolyn Yeager

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

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


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