Germany

Saturday Afternoon: No Way Out Except Through The Holocaust

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-12-21 12:08
 
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Dec. 21, 2013

On the first day of the Winter Solstice, Carolyn does a kind of Christmas show with an un-Christmasy title. Subjects include:

  • The primacy of the fresh-cut Tannenbaum to the German Christmas tradition, going back to the pagan custom of bringing evergreen boughs into the house in winter, partly to ward off evil spirits;
  • My father’s Christmas trees, and my fond memories of “the night we put up the tree”;
  • How the Christkindl, the gift giver, morphed into St. Nicholas and then to the commercial Santa Claus;
  • Letters from airman Leopold Wenger on the Western Front (1939-42) reveal that the one necessary element for a Christmas celebration was the tree;
  • New Vienna Philharmonic story and European Human Rights Law Court story show that there is no way out except through the holocaust;
  • Details on the upcoming Jan. 27 Revisionist Commemoration website, which will be only about Auschwitz-Birkenau, not any other aspect of holocaust;
  • Carolyn talked about her German ancestors’ long time of living in Hungary on Tom Sunic’s VoR program in Dec. 2009!

Ronald Lauder declares war on Germany's art museums

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-12-14 17:45

This is the article from the Wall Street Journal that I didn't get to in today's program. I am posting the whole thing with my comments in red.

Lauder Urges Germany to Comb Museums for Nazi Loot

By Kelly Crow and Mary M. Lane  Updated Dec. 11, 2013 10:17 p.m. ET

The family of prominent Jewish art dealer Alfred Flechtheim is laying claim to Max Beckmann's 1927 "Still Life with Telescope," (above) estimated at $12 million and now in Munich's Modern Pinakothek (Picture Gallery).

Germany must create an international commission to scour its public museums for Nazi loot, cosmetics billionaire Ronald Lauder said Tuesday, adding a prominent voice to the growing cry for more transparency.

Mr. Lauder, a noted art collector who is also president of the World Jewish Congress, said in an interview that he intended to lobby Berlin to form a high-profile group of art researchers and restitution experts to study the ownership histories of every single artwork with possible Nazi ties in Germany's public museums.

Saturday Afternoon: Movement Madness

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-12-14 11:54
 
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Dec. 14, 2013

Carolyn reveals some sensitive, hitherto undisclosed information about White Nationalist personality Rodney Martin that just came to her attention. It addresses his fairly long professional association with American Indian affairs in Arizona and California, both as a Commissioner of Indian Affairs and as Tule River Tribal Council Administrator (see link at bottom), and the fact that his wife, and mother of his five children, is an “Eastern Cherokee” Native American. The Tule River Tribe owns a casino and deals in large amounts of money.  Rodney’s position was taken over by a Jew Sam Cohen in late 2009. Rodney was able to retire permanently at that time, before he was 40 years old.

Rodney posted an article (scroll down to find it) on his website dated Dec. 7, titled "Circular firing squads must end," that listed what he considered to be some “unforgivable sins in our Movement” which placed miscegenation as the #1 “sin.”

Mike and Donn called in. Carolyn finished out the program addressing the stepped-up joint pressure by Jew.S and Israel to force Germany to “turn over” the contents of its art museums for looting by the Jews in the name of the despicable  “HoloCost victims.” The Ronald Lauder story got left out, so a separate blog post will be written for that at carolynyeager.net.

Image: Rodney Martin being interviewed in 2007. Taken from the Porterville Recorder: http://www.recorderonline.com/article_1751b76b-c201-5edb-b538-1d6bb01d1f64.html

Leopold Wenger's letters from France, May-December 1941

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2013-11-26 10:56

'Poldi in Brest, France, 1941, in his Me 109


copyright 2013 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager
Translated from the German by Markus

Continued from Jan-April 1941

1 May 1941: [Still in the city of Cherbourg] Drunk sailors are found in all corners today because it is a common holiday. I used this free afternoon to thoroughly sleep myself out because where we live, and get up at 5 a.m. for emergency service which lasts until 10 p.m., drastically gets on one's nerves. Then the commuting from the city to our squadron location takes another half hour. I will be happy whenever I can go back to my squadron, which is heading further West.

How are my two little siblings doing? Is Gerhard still so terrible? [2 years old] Or has he gotten better? And Greterl [6 years old] ought to get her hair cut again, for then I will send her chocolate.

Saturday Afternoon: Jews and Art; Germans and NSU; Mark Weber and IHR

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-11-23 12:02
 
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Nov. 23, 2013

Watercolor (21 x 25 inches) by Hans Christoph, one of the “artworks” that poor,  persecuted Jews are fighting to get their hands on. Called German Expressionism, how is this different from ordinary cartoons or caricatures that thousands of run-of-mill artists can do?

More of the art in the Cornelius Gurlitt collection has been put online, while a task-force, under Uwe Hartmann, has been set up to investigate the provenance of each one. Organized jewry is howling in protest because this could take a long time, and could prove much of their tale of “Nazi theft from Jews” to be wrong.  Cornelius will immediately get back over 300 of the artworks as rightly belonging to him, bringing more criticism from jews.

News from the National-Socialist Underground Trial in Munich: Defense attorneys file a complaint that they are not receiving the required amount of euros they are entitled to. Uwe Böhnhardt‘s mother, Brigitte, testifies for two days in a way that displeases the court – she makes excuses for her son, is not remorseful toward the Turks, and thanks Beate Zschäpe for her kindness. She is a bad woman and parent!

Mark Weber is appearing on WN radio programs treated as a great asset to “our cause.” His large role in the destruction of the once-vibrant Institute for Historical Review is forgotten or unknown by younger activists whose world-view only reaches back to the year 2000 or so. Carolyn briefly reviews Mark’s undistinguished career and asks: Do we forgive betrayers and hold them once again in high esteem in our ranks? Should we celebrate weakness? (Look for an essay adding further to this subject soon at Carolyn Yeager Writings)

The Heretics' Hour: How and Why the United States "turned" Poland's foreign policy in 1939

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-11-18 19:05
 
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Nov. 18, 2013

How two United States ambassadors serving President Franklin Roosevelt worked to wreck feelings of trust between Poland’s Foreign Office under Josef Beck and the government of Adolf Hitler. German Historian Dr. Alfred Schickels paper “Germany and Poland in American secret documents” examines the secret memorandums and telegrams sent by Drexel Biddle, U.S. Ambassador to Poland, which contained secret conversations held by William C. Bullitt, U.S. Ambassador to France, with Joself Beck and other high-level Poles such as Marshall Ridz-Smigly. Some important points:

  • Beck met three times with Ambassador to France Bullitt during his private visit to Warsaw in November 1937;
  • The content of these and other conversations were contained in four “confidential memoranda” sent by Ambassador Biddle to Sec. of State Cordell Hull (and Roosevelt);
  • Poland accepted Germany’s actions on behalf of the Sudetan Germans in Czechoslovakia in 1938, and the break-up of the Czech state, because through it she also gained autonomy for Poles in the Teschen region;
  • Biddle’s secret telegram of March 29, 1939 revealed that the planned response by Beck to any specific suggestion from Berlin would now be a “dignified, polite but firm” no;
  • The U.S. even deceived Poland about the “Secret Additional Protocol” signed by Ribbentrop and Molotov on Aug. 21, and so the British government signed the Anglo-Polish mutual assistance agreement on August 25, 1939.

Also, the latest developments in the persecution of  Cornelius Gurlitt and the “Looted Nazi Art” scam and why it is a scam.

Click image to enlarge:  William C. Bullitt, first US Ambassador to the Soviet Union, 1933-1936; US Ambassador to France, 1936-1940, seated in car with FDR. Bullitt played a prominent role in giving Polish diplomats the “American view” in 1938-39.  His second wife, Louise Bryant, was the widow of John Reed, the famous American “Red.”

Adolf Hitler Speech of January 27, 1932

Published by admin on Fri, 2013-11-01 02:07

Adolf Hitler on January 30, 1933 when he became Chancellor of Germany.

This private talk took place in Duesseldorf to a group of German industrialists who wanted to know what Hitler intended to do if he managed to take over the government.

Background

1931

September 21—In London the House of Commons passes a bill abandoning the gold standard.

October 11—Meeting in Harzburg of the Nazis and Nationalists—Hugenberg-Hitler alliance. Demand that Bruening resign. But even at the meeting Hitler makes his independence clear by reading a proclamation of his own to his own NSDAP party members.

Mid-October—Hindenburg receives Hitler.

Leopold Wenger's letters from training to active duty in France: April-December 1940

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2013-10-22 12:41

Leopold Wenger, 18 years old, flashes a smile as he waits or rests with his fellow officer cadets on the flying field at Klattau, in the Pilsen region. (click to enlarge)

 

copyright 2013 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager
Translated from the German by David Coyle

Continued from "Letters - flight training 1939-40"

Pilsen, April 12 1940: We are in for a change again, and it starts tomorrow. The bags are already packed; we are to spend two months entirely on our own at a camp in the Böhmerwald [Bohemian Forest]. It is supposed to be first rate living there, and we are already celebrating. For the pilot's license, I must train for at least another six months; the first solo flight is only the beginning. In the overland training I intend to cover long distances, as a sort of survey of Germany. But this is still a couple of months away, for we must still learn a great deal about navigation, and without navigation there is no flying. Most failures do not come from a lack of flying skills, but rather from inadequate ability in navigation, and with that everything stops at once. Really Willy, how are things? I am surprised that he didn't join the Flier-HJ if he was able to.

"Our Klattau cottage"

Germany celebrates 200th Anniversary of "Battle of the Nations"

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2013-10-20 17:33

This account of Sunday's re-enactment of the Oct. 16-19th, 1813 Battle of the Nations in Leipzig, Germany is taken from The Local.

Fifes and drums played in the background as men in the brilliant green, red, light blue and grey uniforms worn by Napoleon's army tended to their cannons and muskets.

A historical commission spent years perfecting the scenario for the bicentennial re-enactment, and some 6,000 enthusiasts turned out to stage the Battle of the Nations, also known as the Battle of Leipzig.

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]

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