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Bill Rhyes interviewed me on his "Might Is Right" Power Hour

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-08-23 00:27

August 22, 2015

On August 20, I was the guest on Bill Rhyes Thursday night radio program on Talkshoe. He asked me about my work and my thoughts on National Socialism, the holohoax, and Adolf Hitler; also on The White Network, White genocide, the 14 Words, the IHR and Christianity.

Bill is a passionate and tough defender of the White race and advocates the Lone Wolf approach. I felt very comfortable with him and enjoyed doing the program. I was especially grateful for the opportunity to respond to what Tanstaafl had said when he was on Bill's show just about a month ago. We'll see what comes from that.

I hope you enjoy what I think is a laid back, but interesting program. 2hr20min

What will be the fate of Kevin Wheatcroft's incredible "Nazi" collection?

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2015-06-27 16:40

Kevin Wheatcroft stands in his private home in England in 2015, next to what he says was Adolf Hitler's favorite war portrait of himself. Enlarge

What will happen to Kevin Wheatcroft's' amazing collection of World War II German military vehicles and National-Socialist memorabilia now that he is publicizing it to the world?

The hefty Mr. Wheatcroft is 55 years old, and looks to me like a pretty good candidate for a heart attack in the next 10 years. How will he preserve what he has spent his life collecting? -with more heartfelt feelings than financial ones, it appears. The son of a WWII British "war hero" and his German war bride, he told a Guardian newspaper reporter that "Adolf and Hermann" are "my real love." If that is true, we can expect Mr. Wheatcroft to have a care about what happens to his collection.

Will he build and endow a museum (or two) to permanently house it all? But what can stop the Jewish-British government from confiscating the whole she-bang and destroying it? Or turning any museum he creates into a "documentation center" which tells the whole story as a criminal enterprise by "Adolf and Hermann" (and company).

"Lost" Third Reich art treasures come to light

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2015-06-25 00:52

Some top-notch famous sculptures by Adolf Hitler's two favorite artists, for whom he built gigantic studios for their super-large works to be created for public buildings and public spaces, have been confiscated by the Berlin State Office of Criminal Investigation. It is the preliminary determination that the rightful owner of this artwork is the German State, or German government.

Among the masterpieces discovered and expropriated from their current owners are (click on images to enlarge):

"Die Wehrmacht," one of two sculptures created by Arno Breker for the main courtyard of Hitler's New Reich Chancellery in 1939 was discovered on a large estate near Kiel in northern Germany.

"Der Wächter" (The Watchman) relief scuilpture by Arno Breker

The Heretics' Hour: Part 2 of Ray Goodwin reading Hitler's May 1944 Platterhof address to officers

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-06-15 20:01

June 15, 2015

Hitler Youth at Nuremberg Party Day in 1935: the future German leadership before the Jews brought about world war against them. enlarge

Carolyn and Ray conclude this special reading of Adolf Hitler's private address to Generals and officers on May 26, 1944. In the second half, Hitler emphasizes how he overcame the class system in Germany, and the opportunities for advancement that exist for ALL German folk. He talked frankly about the need for his Jewish program and called it ruthless but not cruel, making the point that kindness to the Jews meant cruelty to his own people.

He encourages his officers to care for their soldiers as he cares for the German people.

In this 2nd part we find that Veronica Clark changed the word "Volk" to "Rasse" (People to Race) in her translation that she is selling in a book. We also find that Hitler never mentioned "the Slavic question" and remained the same as ever toward Poland. 1hr33m28s

The Heretics' Hour: Ray Goodwin reads Hitler's NOT so significant May 1944 address to military officers

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-06-12 00:50

June 11, 2015

The Fuehrer at the Platterhof Hotel on Obersalzburg July 4, 1944 to address a gathering of industrialists, ministers and military officers. In uniform from left, Erhard Milch, Albert Speer, Rudolf Schmundt (behind Hitler, who was killed in the bomb blast of July 20th), Nicolaus Von Below and Julius Schaub on far right.

This private address by Adolf Hitler to Generals and Officers that took place at the Platterhof Hotel on May 26, 1944 is very interesting but is NOT Hitler's “most significant speech” as has been falsely promoted by non-historian Veronica K. Clark. It wasn't even a speech! As he addressed the officers, he was sitting down comfortably in a room where they were also seated. He did not speak from a prepared text.

Less than two months later (pictured above), on July 4, 1944, he addressed others of his staff in the same room of the same hotel, which he used often for special meetings.

The Heretics' Hour: Taking Stock

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-04-27 11:42

April 27, 2015

Tonight's program will look at a number of topics that do not merit an entire show, in my opinion, but are taking up space in my mind and want to be expressed. A  "clearing the desk" type of show, perhaps.

  • Refuting the  "evidence" that Hitler's Table Talk is fake based on statements about Christianity;
  • No unifying principle to give Europe identity, purpose and will to conquer;
  • German President Gauck pays tribute to British who "freed" Bergen Belsen and restored "humanity" to his country;
  • Why Hitler is still the answer but is being misused at The Daily Stormer;
  • Andrew Anglin continues with his bizarre attacks on White women - some examples;
  • Russian bikers "honoring the Red Army heroes" are refused entry into Poland on way to Berlin - Russian Foreign Ministry calls it a sacrilege;
  • Europeans desperately need to clear up the false history between their nations from both World Wars.

"Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour: Final Epidsode #56

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2015-04-22 14:19

April 23, 2015

Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager bring you the final reading from the night of Nov. 29-30, 1944 between Adolf Hitler and Martin Bormann.

Following this short reading, we discuss the general content of these Führer monologues that spanned 1941 to 1944. Discussion includes:

  • Hitler and Bormann agree on the "fatal relationship" between Communism and Christianity;
  • Ray gives an excellent overview of the contents of Table Talk;
  • Carolyn describes how TT shifted her thinking about Hitler in a number of areas, but mainly Christianity;
  • Overview of Hitler's highly controversial criticisms of the Christian Churches in Germany and Christian doctrine;
  • Richard Carrier (possibly a Jew) is the main source of the false belief that Table Talk is untrustworthy and the Trevor-Roper edition translated by Cameron and Stevens is "not what Hitler actually said."
  • More controversial quotes from Hitler about "Russians, Slavs and Stalin" and "Race and Jews";
  • Where we are today considering the subjects addressed in Table Talk.

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

The Heretics' Hour: Adolf Hitler at 126 - his magic remains undimmed

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-04-19 21:41

April 20, 2015

April 20, 1939, Berlin puts on an elaborate celebration in honor of their Fuehrer's 50th birthday. Here, troops leading a marching band goose-step past the reviewing stand and invited guests. Enlarge

Hadding Scott joins Carolyn Yeager to discuss why this is so, and to speculate on what The Fuehrer would have to say if he made an appearance in the world today. One answer to his continuing appeal is that "Hitler was right!" Has anyone ever been more right than he, and also proven it? Discussion includes:

  • Hitler's astrological chart reveals a Venusian personality;
  • "The Grand Designer" who was actually in the process of designing a marvelous German Reich;
  • Hitler took on the job of "saving Germany" in 1918 because he saw no one else who would or could do it;
  • Importance of sticking with the Truth - Hitler demanded facts plus sincerity;
  • Hitler synthesized Austrian racial pan-Germanism with the Christian Social movement to create National-Socialism;
  • Hitler's work habits were a bit on the bohemian side;
  • The antisemitism of Richard Wagner and Winifred Wagner's deep friendship with Hitler;
  • The appropriateness of Hitler ending his life in Berlin, plus the last-minutes actions of Himmler and Goering;
  • Thanks to Ray Goodwin and Fredrick Toben for their calls.

Deutschland, you land of loyalty!

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2015-04-18 10:31

In honor of Adolf Hitler's birthday April 20th.

This song will be played during The Heretics' Hour program which willl be devoted to a celebration of his life and thought. Join us!

"Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour: Episode 55

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2015-04-15 21:59

April 16, 2015

This Episode #55 brings us almost to the end of the conversations recorded in Table Talk. Next week will be our final program of this series, when Ray and I will give our personal views of its authenticiy, meaning and value -- after which we will take phone calls from listeners. If you want to weigh in, be sure to listen to the live show next week, April 23 at 7pm Central (8pm Eastern, 5pm Pacific) at Blogtalk.

Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the June 17, 1943 - May 16, 1944 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by an aide. Included in this episode:

  • Fear of the unknown - Great battleships no long useful;
  • Long discussion of Berlin compared to Vienna, Munich, Linz - Interests of the Reich are paramount;
  • Finding film actors among the Arbeitsdienst - Art critics can be disregarded for the most part;
  • Hitler's first sight of the Rhine on way to Western Front in 1914 - Getting away from the crowds that always followed him - the beauties of Austria and Bohemia-Moravia;
  • Failure of German state to found a German National Church independent of Rome - The 'Modernist' period -Power of the Church to extract obedience;
  • Differences between research and instruction -Research should be completely unrestricted - German philosophers above British, French and American - Kant and Schopenhauer;
  • Hitler argues with leading economist Zwiedineck - After taking power, Hitler's "theories" became sound economy.

Image: Scenic view in the Rhine River that Hitler appreciated so much. Enlarge

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