Slavs

A Polish Catholic denies Hitler's religiosity with false 'facts'

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2016-12-25 17:07

Danusha V. Goska identifies herself as a Polish Catholic writer who wants to dispell negative  stereotypes about Poles.


By Carolyn Yeager

FRIDAY IN MY INBOX I FOUND A FORWARDED ARTICLE by a certain Danusha Goska from a site I never look at, the 'progressive' pro-Israel website Front Page Mag. It was titled “Hitler's Religion,” so I began to read it. Long and tedious as it was, I was losing interest until I got near the end to the paragraphs I've reproduced below.

The article was based on a new book by Richard Weikart, Hitler's Religion: The Twisted Beliefs that Drove the Third Reich. Goska writes that “Weikart makes the case that Hitler's God was a Darwin-inspired, non-personal, pantheistic deity exacting a pitiless survival-of-the-fittest-through-struggle morality.” Weikart (and Goska) wants to kill the idea that Hitler and National-Socialist Germany were ever, in any way, Christian - thus that any of his policies could have had a Christian basis. The idea is to refute the more common historical opinion that German Christians perverted or set aside their native Christian beliefs in order to participate in National-Socialism, up to and including the horrors of the “holocaust.”

Colorful National Unity Day in Ukraine brings joy

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-05-22 13:55

People wearing Vyshyvanka, traditional Ukrainian embroidered blouses, gather on Kiev's central square on May 21, 2015 (AFP Photo/Genya Savilov) Enlarge

It made me happy to see this story in the news reports this morning. I am always attracted to the kind of designs on clothing that are associated with Ukraine folk art. I think President Poroshenko looks handsome in his brightly colored embroidered shirt worn with a modern business suit. (below right) We should see more nationalist dress being worn by Europeans. 

In Ukraine it is not a problem, but in Germany it would be a big problem. Dressing in your national costume conveys that you are a nationalist, or you may have nationalistic feelings, and that is verboten for Germans. In Austria it can now be done  because, as a separate nation, Austria can celebrate itself. Germans cannot, mainly because it would offend Jews. I don't think the large number of Turks there would even care if Germans wore their national costume, but the Jews care.

"Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour: Episode 45

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2015-02-05 23:01
 
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Feb. 5, 2015

Martin Bormann said of Ukrainian children: "They are fair, with blue eyes, bonny and chubby-faced. In comparison, our children look like tottering little chicks." And of the adults: "They are bursting with good health." This photograph is from 1942.

Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the July 17-22, 1942 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by aide Henry Picker. Included in this episode:

  • Goebbels failed to introduce wired-wireless radio control in Germany before the war to prevent foreign broadcasts;
  • Roads are superior to railroads for unification--Hitler wants to create a network of autobahen from Berlin to the East Wall;
  • Hitler agrees to an interview with a foreign journalist so he can respond to the persistent talk of a Second Front, i.e. Allied landing;
  • Discussion of "seaman's yarns" and need to consider superstitions of the public when making decisions;
  • The Channel Islands and how they could be used after the war;
  • Hitler criticises lawyers again and makes some very good points
  • Russia's strength and the Stakhanov system--Bormann tells of his tour of Ukraine;
  • More on how to treat the local populations in the occupied territories (see Ukraine images here).

The edition of Hitler's Table Talk 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.

Russia and Poland feud over who liberated Auschwitz

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-01-23 09:15

Are the Russians accusing Poland of "holocaust denial?"

Just a few days before the Jan. 27th commemoration billed as the 70th Anniversary of the liberation of the World War II Auschwitz-Birkenau internment camps in Poland, top Russian and Polish officials are trading angry charges over "who liberated Auschwitz."

It began over the Russian's complaint that President Putin was not invited in a way that properly honored his majesty's exalted position as representing the Soviet Union's glorious "Red Army Liberators." A Polish diplomat, in turn, said Putin made a decision not to attend, and anyway it was the Ukrainians who liberated Auschwitz on Jan. 27, 1945.

It's very LOL, with Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov  accusing Poland's Foreign Minister Grzegorz Schetyna (pictured above right) of "sacrilege." Remember we're dealing with a religion here, so passions do flare as articles of faith are questioned or denied.

This is casting a pall over this year's ceremonies, which have been planned to be the biggest ever at the former camp. Read the full story [fourth item down] on this page at http://jan27.org.

Russians and other Slavs world's heaviest and riskiest drinkers

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-01-04 23:43

I would think the high level in Canada is due to the large indigenous Amerindian population, but I don't have any data. The Islamic countries consume the least alcohol. Enlarge

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Health, Russia, Slavs

Thousands of Nationalists march in Kiev

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-01-02 01:19

New Year's Eve march to honour the 106th birthday of second world war revolutionary fighter Stepan Bandera, who Russian President Vladimir Putin has called " Hitler's accomplice”

Thousands of Ukrainian nationalists held a torchlight procession across Kiev on Thursday in honour of a 1940s anti-Soviet insurgent branded by Moscow as a Nazi collaborator whom Europe must reject.

The march on what would have been Stepan Bandera’s 106th birthday moved along the same streets on which hundreds of thousands rallied for three months last winter before ousting a Moscow-backed president.

Some wore second world war-era army uniforms while others draped themselves in the red and black nationalist flags and chanted “Ukraine belongs to Ukrainians” and “Bandera will return and restore order”.

“The Kremlin is afraid of Bandera because he symbolises the very idea of a completely independent Ukraine,” Lidia Ushiy said while holding up a portrait of the far-right icon at the head of the march.

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Russia, Slavs

Seventeen coffins arrive in far Eastern Russian city

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2014-12-03 00:21

A woman collapses over one of the 17 zinc coffins that arrived last week in the far Eastern Russian city of Ussuriysk marked as "Cargo 200".

The local population of the city of Ussuriysk is expressing shock at the large number of coffins containing the remains of Russian soldiers who died in the Donbas fighting.

Despite all the efforts of Russian officials to keep the funerals and information about where these men met their deaths from becoming known, a former Russian soldier said by telephone from Ussuriysk that it appears they were professional soldiers ("kontrakniki") from the 14th brigade of the GRU Special Forces of the Russian General Staff.

In September, people in the city learned that about 500 members of that brigade had been flown to Rostov oblast, as it's said "to the West." Until June 2012, this brigade was based in Ussuriysk, a city of 167,000, before it moved to the larger city of Khabarovsk.

According to this source, these men being buried now met their deaths in one of the battles for the Donetsk airport, thousands of miles away.

Sources for this story here and here. 

ALSO

Update on 73-year old Lyudmila Bogantenkova who was arrested on Friday, Oct. 17 in Stavropol:

She remains in jail, a month and a half later, charged with "fraud" and "failing to repay a debt." Both charges are connected with her efforts to find out about Russian combat losses in Ukraine and to commuicate this to others. She is well-known as the president of the Prikumya Mothers of Soldiers Committee that seeks to protect soldiers from inhumane treatment, including torture [extreme "hazing"] of new conscripts.

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News, Russia, Slavs

Russia behind another UN resolution against "heroization of Nazism"

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2014-11-23 10:17

YOU have to choose. There is no way to pretend any longer that these two men represent anything similar in the way of a world-view or a future for the White Western people and the civilization they alone created. Look at the shape of the faces; compare the chin and the eyes. Putin's eyes are very close together and coldly calculating compared to Hitler's honest gaze. Putin has also had complete "face-lift" surgery and Botox injections in this picture; Hitler had neither, ever.

The anti-racist activist Vladimir Putin is continually working behind-the-scenes to install the Soviet-Globalist-Jewish-Nuremburg Tribunal's 20th Century 'historical' narrative concerning Germany's Third Reich as legally-mandated truth and reality in all corners of the world.

This insidious, invidious campaign continues to radiate from the Kremlin, under the direction of President Putin, who at the same time  is using Adolf Hitler's successes in 1936-1940 as a blueprint for his own actions in "claiming-reclaiming" neighboring territories that were once under Soviet control, though not historically Russian.

As reported by Tass, Russia's news agency:

The Goebbels-Vlasov-Irving Question, Part 2

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2014-11-22 02:50

by Carolyn Yeager

Above: General Andrei Vlasov speaks to Soviet collaborators wearing the uniform of the German Wehrmacht, after completion of field service training.

Right: ROA (Russian Liberation Army) Chevron Identification insignia.

What David Irving wrote about Vlasov in his book about Joseph Goebbels

Guess what? It all fits on one page, 770, of the Pdf version of Goebbels: Mastermind of the Third Reich. It reads as follows:

Their unsettled policies toward the captive lieutenant-general Andrei Vlasov further illustrated this rift at the top. This renegade Russian offered to raise an army of fellow prisoners to overthrow bolshevism in Russia. Goebbels backed him; again Himmler and Hitler did not.43 Note 43: Himmler to Stuckart, Jul 16, 1943 (NA film T175, roll 33,2113)

Recall that WWS said that Vlasov had an army of 200,000 trained troops ready to go!

When Hitler did grudgingly allow the project to go ahead, it was purely as a dishonest propaganda ploy.

Goebbels’ radio stations thereupon took up Vlasov’s cause. After hearing one such broadcast on his automobile radio in July, Himmler wrote, ‘I forbid the S.S. once and for all to fall in, in any way whatsoever, with the entire bolshevik-Vlasov act which the Wehrmacht are staging and which the Führer has so clearly rejected.45  Note 45: Himmler to Gunter d'Alquen, July 11, 1943 (BDC file, d'Alquen).

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Russia, Slavs, World War II

The Heretics' Hour: Hitler and the Slavs, 6

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2014-11-18 01:56
 
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Nov. 17, 2014

Adolf Hitler, at the left, at his Wehrwolf headquarters near Vinnytsia, Ukraine in 1942 or 43.

Ukrainians and their relationships with their neighbors through the centuries. How did Ukraine become a Slavic nation? Just how much of a role did Hitler play in the sufferings of Ukrainians in 1941-44?

  • The Goths, the Huns and the Khazars all settled in the area at different times;
  • The Varangians (Scandinavians) arrived around 880 and created the most powerful state in Europe: Kievan Rus;
  • It was devastated by a 13th Century Mongol invasion and eventually succeeded by the state of Galicia-Volhynia;
  • Lithuanians and Poles controlled vast estates in Ukraine, the Cossacks led an uprising and Russians moved into the Crimea;
  • Hitler reunites Eastern Galicia and Volhynia with Ukraine;
  • What led to the violent ethnic cleansing between Poles and Ukrainians in Volhynia in 1943;
  • Why the spirit of extreme nationalism contradicted the concept of the Slavic nations and National Socialist Germany fighting the Soviets together.

See that inverted triangle in the center? That is a beautiful example of the kind of Ukrainian floral/fruit design that I like so much. I believe such folk art developed from the importance to them of the fertility of the earth, which Ukraine definitely represents. Enlarge

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