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The Heretics's Hour: Greek and Russian Disconnect from Reality

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-03-22 18:07
 
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March 23-2015

Notice to listeners:  The first 8 minutes sound like I'm in an echo chamber, but then it clears up. Not to worry, the whole program is not like that.

  • Carolyn speaks to the way the (Jewish-American, leftist) media portrays Greece vis a vis Germany. And why tying “Grexit” to euro zone failure, thus to EU failure, is a lie;
  • Who attended Sunday's first “Russian International Conservative Forum” in St. Petersburg, sponsored by the Rodina nationalist party? It was openly billed as a gathering to “defend the interests of Russia” in the ongoing occupation-dispute over Crimea and Ukraine, so there were very few antifa protestors.

Image: Latest cover of Der Spiegel magazine says, "How Europeans look at the Germans - the German Superiority." Enlarge

Varoufakis finally forced to face financial facts

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2015-03-21 13:14

IMF Director Christine Lagarde and Greek Finance Minister Yannis Vaurofakis face off, showing a marked resemblance to one another.

By Carolyn Yeager

The latest Greek hero to swagger around on the world stage, Yannis Varoufakis is now having to pull back from his braggadocio and unrestrained comments about Germany. Finally forced to face the financial facts of Europe's unwillingness to continue indulging Greece as Europe's spoiled child, Varoufakis is relenting and may even have lost some standing with his Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipris.

His latest comment no longer insists that the "middle-finger video" was faked, since he's been caught out on that one. He has now written a "pretend" conciliatory blog post addressed to Germany, calling for an end to the "toxic blame game." He presents this blame as coming from both sides, whereas it was 95 to 100% the work of himself and Tsipris, and their Syriza Party political strategy. Their German  counterparts were simply responding as accurately as they could to some outrageous demands and insults from this new Greek government.

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Euro zone, Germany, News

Varoufakis caught giving the "stinkefinger" to Germany, then blames German media for faking it

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2015-03-17 16:14

Video still of Yannis Varoufakis, at that time a Marxist economics  professor, shows him "giving the finger" during a lecture in Zagreb in 2013, as he was speaking about Germany's role in the Eurozone.

For latest update on this fracas, see here. "Greek Finance Minister TAKEN IN by German satire" ... as were millions of Whites who also want Greece to stick it to Germany. The finger video is NOT fake, but Varoufakis is.

The current Greek ruling party is carrying on business by pointing the finger everywhere but at itself for it's various problems and errors of judgement. Now comes Den Stinkefinger debacle!

During a speech in Zagreb, Croatia in 2013, the now (but not then) Greek Finance Minister said that Greece should have defaulted back in 2010, and thereby "stick the finger to Germany and say, You can now solve this problem by yourself." As he said this, he stretched out his arm toward the camera and raised his middle finger. Watch the clip

The bigger problem for Varoufakis is that he immediately claimed that the film has been faked. “This is a fake video,” he said on a German talk show hosted by Gunther Jauch. Allessandro Del Prete , the cameraman for the 2013 speech, vehemently denied on Sunday night via Twitter that the video was fake. He said he had cut only six minutes off the 57-minute presentation and uploaded it on Youtube. “Absolutely not fake,” he twittered in German (Absolut nicht gefälscht).

Greek commies play the Nazi card to avoid paying their bills

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-02-02 14:19

Greece’s new prime minister lays red roses as a symbol of “liberty from German occupation”, says his Syriza party.

Same old story. Nothing new for left-wing deadbeats who believe other people are responsible for their upkeep while they strike heroic poses. Alexis Tsipras, the newly elected 40-year old Prime Minister of financially-failed and corruption-challenged Greece is striking the pose of the perennial victim of Germany, that favorite whipping boy and cash cow for Israel, Jews and Communists.

Since National-Socialist Germany's total guilt for everything bad that happened before, during and after WWII was determined at the Nuremberg Military Tribunal lynching parties (there were several tribunals, trying the highest to the intermediate leadership), and what was left of the shattered, leaderless German nation was forced to accept this total guilt, the far-left scum of Europe, heirs of the Jewish Bolsheviks and later Stalinists, have taken full advantage of the German natural capacity for hard work and “getting ahead.”

German Europe or European Germany? asks Green's Fischer

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2014-10-15 14:51

Former German foreign minister Joschka Fischer gestures during an interview with Reuters in Berlin, October 13, 2014. REUTERS/Hannibal

"The big question is whether we are moving towards a German Europe or continuing on the post-war path of a European Germany," Joschka Fischer told a Reuter's interviewer on Monday. He makes it clear he favors the latter and fears the former.

"Even today, no one knows what Merkel's goal is, what Europe she wants to have." Angela Merkel's electoral victory in 2005 put Fischer out of power.

Former German foreign minister and vice chancellor under Social-Democrat Gerhard Schroeder from 1998 to 2005, Joschka (Joseph) Fischer was instrumental in founding the ultra-left Green Party with which he remains associated today.

The Heretics' Hour: Is the choice between Fatherlands or White Nationalism?

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2014-09-09 00:28
 
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Sept. 8, 2014

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Carolyn Yeager weighs in on a sensitive and controversial question that most avoid, namely: Can we change our allegiance from our national idenity to a White European superstate? Or a global organization for White Folk? Can "white" give us identity on it's own? Some highlights:

  • The wide range of racial groups in the "Greater White Europe" makes for a disparate group, not truly homogeneous;
  • You can't talk about race without bringing up IQ, which also varies widely throughout "Greater Europe";
  • National Socialist Germany put utmost importance on race, believing it was the key to everything;
  • Corruption in government is in proportion to the intelligence of the people - the lower the avg. IQ, the more the country runs on bribery and crime;
  • "Truth Movement" characters and so-called Nationalist would-be leaders who are habitual liars.

The Heretics' Hour: A Revisionist Answer to Multiplying HoloCost Commemoration Days

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2014-01-20 19:13
 
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Jan. 20, 2014

Germar Rudolf and Bradley Smith help Carolyn inaugurate a new website, www.jan27.org, for the 1st International Day of Commemoration in Honor of the Revisionists Who Introduced Sanity to the Auschwitz “Death Camp” Narrative. This Revisionist commemoration counters the U.N. established commemoration played up every year on the date of the “liberation” of the Auschwitz-Birkenau. From there, the discussion goes off in several directions.

  • United Nations Sec. Gen. Ban Ki-moon attended the first “Shoah Event” of the year at a New York Synagogue last Saturday and revealed that the featured speaker at the U.N. on Jan. 27 will be Stephen Spielberg;
  • The Red Army raped and/or deported to Siberia the women they “liberated” at Auschwitz – a story that is never told;
  • The Holocaust myths could go the way of the myths of the Catholic Church, which had similar power at one time;
  • The ties between Christians and Jews are too strong, based on the Old Testament, so Christianity would do well to drop the OT;
  • How much is Holocaust a problem of Jewish power and how much of European weakness;
  • Fredrick Töben calls from Australia in the 2nd hour and joins the discussion.

Image: Hungarian Jews look perfectly okay as they unboard at Birkenau in 1944, in this photo used on the banner at the new website.

Saturday Afternoon: Günter Deckert on the German elections, Asylum Seekers and More

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-10-19 11:39
 
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Oct. 19, 2013

Günter Deckert in Germany says the September general elections brought surprises in the form of losses for the liberal party (what we in the U.S. might call libertarians) and the socialists. He spoke about conditions in Germany today as they relate to national sovereignty. Some highlights of the program:

  • Both the Libs and the anti-EU party failed to reach the 5% mark, so lost all representation in the parliament;
  • In the Bundestag, 35 members are not of German ancestry – most of these are Turks, two are now black African;
  • Germany pays 28% of EU debts, Spain 12%, Malta 3%, yet with equal voting power – and, for example, if Spain cannot pay it’s allotted amount, Germany must pay 28% of Spain’s portion;
  • Germany appears from the outside to be a prosperous country, but it has 5-6 million unemployed Germans, plus all the immigrants of whom over 25% of those under 25 years are unemployed;
  • Asylum-seekers increasingly come from North Africa where strong leaders have been deposed, encouraging civil war to rage (not by accident?);
  • Cost so far of the “National-Socialist Underground” Prozess (investigation and trial) is 20 million euro, yet murder weapon still presents a problem;
  • Jewish newspapers are government-subsidized and Jews continue to up their demands for money;
  • Atomic Energy ban in favor of Wind/Sun is making energy more expensive – average user pays 200 euro a year more than before.
  • Günter's book about his latest six months in Mannheim prison will be available soon.

Email Günter at: [email protected]

The Heretics' Hour: Hitler vs The Church

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-09-16 18:28
 
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Sept. 16, 2013

Carolyn continues on the question of Adolf Hitler’s views on Christianity, the incompatibility of National-Socialism with certain Christian teachings, and opposition to the Third Reich from both Catholic and Protestant Church leaders.

  • The Eurozone vultures await the German national elections, hoping that Merkel’s win will make her ready to betray the German people for “Europe”;
  • The White Rose Society members were listening to foreign radio broadcasts and associating with communists and the Lutheran Bonhoeffer family;
  • The Reichskonkordat of 1933 between the Catholic  Church in Germany and the Hitler govt. guaranteed the “rights of the Church” ;
  • The greatest concern of the Church was protection for Catholic education;
  • In 1937 Pope Pius XI sent the Mit brennender Sorge (With Burning Concern) encyclical to all the German Catholic churches in secret, criticizing the Hitler regime for racism, pantheism, neo-paganism, idolatry of the state, and rejection of baptised Jews;
  • The encyclical was read in all Catholics churches on Palm Sunday, infuriating the Hitler government which retaliated by conducting investigations into homosexuality and debauchery of Catholic clergy;
  • Hitler’s “Table Talk” appears to be the authentic Hitler in the years 1941-1944 wherein he expresses his personal alienation from Christian belief;
  • All in all, there is a fundamental conflict between the Christian world view and the National-Socialist world view, concludes Carolyn.

Image: Hitler with Archbishop Cesare Orsenigo, the papal nunco in Berlin, 1935

Merkel: Greece should not have been allowed into the Euro

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2013-08-27 13:26

August 27, 2013

Angela Merkel, addressing a campaign rally in the northern German town of Rendsburg yesterday, said the debt crisis that emerged in Greece in late 2009 and dominated her second term had been “brewing for many years” going back to the euro’s inception.

“For example, Greece shouldn’t have been allowed into the euro” at the time of its admission in 2001, Merkel told a crowd of about 1,000 supporters. “Chancellor Schroeder accepted Greece in and weakened the Stability Pact and both decisions were fundamentally wrong, and one of the starting points for our current troubles.”

Gerhard Schroeder was Merkel's predecessor as Chancellor of Germany from 1998 to 2005 and a member of the rival Social Democratic Party (SPD). He was in office when Greece was accepted into the Eurozone and voted for the admission.

Merkel has had to now admit that Greece will need more money after all, which could amount to double-digit billions from Germans.

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Euro zone, Germany

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