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Cole (again)-Treblinka and What happened to those Jews?

Monday, August 18th at 8pm Central U.S. time (9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific) live on Carolyn's BlogTalk Channel

Where is David Cole in this picture? These are the speakers at the 13th IHR Conference in May, 2000. Standing (left to right): Glayde Whitney, Bradley Smith, John Sack, Robert Countess, Germar Rudolf, Charles Provan, Theodore O'Keefe, Ernst Zündel, Greg Raven and Jürgen Graf. Seated (left to right): Fredrick Toben, Robert Faurisson, Arthur Butz, Mark Weber and John Bennett. Not shown here are (former congressman) Pete McCloskey and David Irving. Of these, Cole has major public disagreements with Smith, Zündel, Graf, Faurisson and Toben, in addition to Carlo Mattogno.  Enlarge

Deconstructing the complaints that David Cole has leveled against the better-known revisionists, which leads to a few other related topics.

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The Race to Derail Race

Monday, August 11th at 8pm Central U.S. time (9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific) live on Carolyn's BlogTalk Channel

Carolyn Yeager examines the growing acceptance of anti-racists in our ranks who promote an internationalist agenda while believing themselves, or pretending to be, innocent of such an intent.

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Europe commemorates WWI Centennial to yawns

Monday, August 4th at 8pm Central U.S. time (9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific) live on Carolyn's BlogTalk Channel

  • Carolyn Yeager covers the events, speeches and news stories of our European and Anglo-American “leaders” as they go through the motions of remembering the “official” history according to the One World Order. Hypocisy in action!
  • The Ehrenmarsch for the victims of Allied wartime and postwar crimes took place on Saturday in Stuttgart, Germany;

  • More on the “Platterhof speech” which is now posted here.

Image: Russian cavalry advances in the Caucasus, 1914.

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Hitler on race in his "Platterhof speech"

Saturday, August 2 at 2pm Central U.S. time (3pm Eastern, 12 Noon Pacific) live on Carolyn's BlogTalk Channel

Carolyn Yeager turns for the second time to scrutinizing Adolf Hitler's so-called “Platterhof speech” which continues to be distorted by certain parties as regards his words on “race.” Far from being the Fuehrer's “most important speech,” he begins it with these words:

“Gentlemen, even though I am sure this has been discussed already, I would nevertheless like to point out the reason for the course I have taken.”

In other words, there is nothing new in this speech. Carolyn puts the entire anti-German agenda behind this ongoing campaign in perspective.

Secondary topic: Warsaw Uprising 70th Anniversary

Image: Platterhof Hotel complex on Obersalzberg in the 1940's during the time of the "speech."

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Monday, July 28th at 8pm Central U.S. time (9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific) live on Carolyn's BlogTalk Channel

Carolyn Yeager discusses three topics: Russian President Vladimir Putin (the Bad), Revisionist Robert Faurisson (the Good) and Revisionist David Cole (the Ugly) whose Treblinka theories  will be critiqued more carefully, using the research already published by Juergen Graf, along with Thomas Kues and Carlo Mattogno (the Good).

Pictured: Book honoring Professor Robert Faurisson on his 75th birthday. (A Festschrift contains original contributions by the honored academic's close colleagues, and is typically published on the occasion of the honoree's retirement, sixtieth or sixty-fifth birthday, or other notable career anniversary.)

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Traitors and Misfits-The Cambridge Five

Monday, July 14th at 8pm Central U.S. time (9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific) live on Carolyn's BlogTalk Channel

Carolyn Yeager continues the Traitors and Misfits theme by looking at the five privileged Trinity College students who came to know each other as Communist sympathizers and members of secret 'discussion group' clubs, and went on to spy for the Soviet Union.  Of the five, three of them eventually defected to the USSR where they remained until they died - Guy Burgess, Donald Maclean and Kim Philby. Buy why did they want to do it in the first place?

Image: Left to right, Anthony Blunt, Donald Maclean, Guy Burgess, Kim Philby, John Cairncross

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Julius Evola and the Myth of Spiritual Racism

Saturday, July 12 at 2pm Central U.S. time (3pm Eastern, 12 Noon Pacific) live on Carolyn's BlogTalk Channel

Carolyn discusses Racial Nationalism in the context of “Blood and Soil” National Socialism versus the confused ideas coming from Julius Evola that spirit, rather than ethnic substance, determines culture, and that there is such a thing as a “race of the spirit.”

Image: Very bad painting by Julius Evola, "La Genetrice dell'universo" (the birth mother of the universe) in his Futurist style.

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Traitors and Misfits - Richard Sorge

Monday, July 7th at 8pm Central U.S. time (9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific) live on Carolyn's BlogTalk Channel

What makes a traitor? Why are they hard to spot? Half German-half Russian Sorge has been called the best spy ever. He was probably responsible for the failure of German forces to take Moscow early in the Barbarossa campaign, when it would have made them unstoppable. What motivated him to excel at his chosen career? What warning signs can we recognize that indicate men and women who might be less loyal to their homeland - more prone to help the other side? Sorge's story is a fascinating and instructive one.

Image: "The thing with worry" - Sorge means worry, anxiety or sorrow in German. This is the cover of the brilliant 'graphic novel' (like a comic book) by award-winning German cartoonist Isabel Kreitz. I just wanted to introduce you to her amazing work.

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What is and isn't National-Socialism

Monday, June 30 at 8pm Central U.S. time (3pm Eastern, 12 Noon Pacific) live on Carolyn's BlogTalk Channel

And who is and isn't a National-Socialist. Everyone thinks they understand National-Socialism but few do. Carolyn also shares some of her genealogy, specifically the female names in the lines of her two grandmothers.

Click image to enlarge: Of the Winterhilfswerk Hitler said, “This great campaign against hunger and cold is governed by this principle: We have broken the international solidarity of the proletariat. We want to build the living national solidarity of the German people!” 

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Conversation with Alex Davies

Friday, June 27 at 2pm Central U.S. time (3pm Eastern, 12 Noon Pacific) live on Carolyn's BlogTalk Channel

Alex Davies is a young man with big and interesting ideas. He is the founder of National Action, an organization of British youths who have come together for the purpose of influencing the indigenous White British people to take back their country from the extreme multi-culturalism and multi-racialism in which it is now drowning. We'll be discussing the role of National-Socialism, the meaning of unity, building a vanguard, how to be both respected and militant, and many other important and interesting questions.

Because I'm having Alex on this week, I won't be having a Saturday program on July 5th.

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