Germany

The Heretics' Hour: The Jewish Self-Protection Racket

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-09-30 18:35
 
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Sept. 30, 2013

Everywhere in our societies today, we see that Jews are on the attack against us but, at the same time, have built a wall of protection around themselves in the form of “the Jewish narrative.” Prime in this narrative since 1945 is “The Holocaust.” Prior to the holohoax,  simple “antisemitism” had to suffice.  Included in this program:

  • Our job is to expose that Jews act only in their own interests, never in “humanity’s interest,” and that the fraudulent holohoax should not protect them;
  • City leaders in Koblenz, Germany refuse unreasonable demands from their “Jewish community” saying they are no longer under any obligation to them;
  • Wall Street equals Jews and we are conditioned to be afraid of a stock market crash — thus we protect Jews in this way too;
  • Carolyn recommends a big revisionist event on Jan. 27, 2014, on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, to counter the commemoration at Auschwitz;
  • “Holocaust Historian” Wendy Lower’s new book about evil women in the Third Reich, Hitler’s Furies, is a companion book to Daniel Goldhagen’s Hitler’s Willing Executioners;
  • Most of Lower’s book, reviewed in the Daily Mail, appears to be taken from non-credible camp and ghetto “survivors” tales.

Image: Another book churned out by the “Holocaust Industry,” which uses  Ph.D’s to give an aura of academic reliability, but in truth is based on hearsay that wasn’t even allowed in court proceedings.

Photos of Berlin - a world on the brink

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2013-09-29 11:06

Though it was only 75 years ago, it is a world we can envy today. We can't go back in time, but we can experience it to some degree through photographs. Here are some I found in Die Welt Zeitung.

In 1936 AGFA color slides, made in Germany, were put on the market. Oh, the nostalgia.

Above: Frauen at leisure on the beach at Wannsee, a Berlin suburb.

The Unter den Linden, seen from Pariser Platz

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Germany

Leopold Wenger's Childhood

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2013-09-19 05:40

Childhood

By Willy Wenger

copyright 2013 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager

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

Saturday Afternoon: Christianity in the White Rose Society and in Hitler's Table Talk

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-09-14 12:31
 
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Sept. 14, 2013

The original members of the White Rose Society were all Christian, born around 1918 into devout families, who resented the emphasis on “service to the state” that National-Socialism was built around.

  • Hans Scholl‘s father was a minor Social-Democrat, anti-Hitler politician, his mother a Lutheran lay preacher, and Hans was always forming, and being active in, groups;
  • Sophie Scholl wanted to be a part of her brother’s secret group and was influenced by the writings of Catholic Cardinal Neumann on the duty to obey one’s conscience;
  • Alexander Schmorell was Russian-born, a faithful son of the Orthodox Church, who never felt “at home” in Germany, where he wanted to bring about a revolution;
  • Willi Graf was a Roman Catholic who didn’t like the way Church groups were replaced by Nat-Soc groups, and felt strongly enough to do something about it;
  • Christof Probst‘s father’s second wife was Jewish; his father associated with “decadent” artists of society, so Christof fell in naturally with the White Rose;
  • Hitler understood by 1941-44 that official Christianity could not bend toward a national state, but was trapped in it’s universalist dogma wherein the Church’s duty was to transcend race and national boundaries and to speak for all people, everywhere;
  • Hitler expressed his thoughts along these lines in many passages found in “Table Talk.”

Image: Alexander Schmorell, executed in the Third Reich for treason, is glorified as a  “New Martyr” by the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia. All the members of the White Rose Society have been glorified in film, media and other means in post-war Germany.

Albin's Story

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2013-09-11 09:14

Albin's Story

In the photo above, Albin Laggner stands in center, utilizing a crutch under his right arm, next to his sister Wilma at right.

Albin Laggner was the 5th child of Stefan Laggner and Ida Gols Laggner, of Feicht, Lendorf parish, (Pfarre Holz), Carinthia. Wilhelm Kriessmann's home village of Feistritz im Rosenthal was in Carinthia also. Albin's birth date was 14 May, 1927, making him one year younger than Willy Wenger, of Leoben, Styria, who eventually married Albin's sister, Wilma.

After attending eight years of elementary school in Holz, Albin Laggner sought for an apprentice position as a cook or waiter. He found a place at the Hotel Reisch in Kitzbühel, Tyrol. Later, he was hired at the Europa Hotel in Bad Gastein, initially as elevator operator, later as a waiter.

In the autumn of 1944, at the age of 17 ½ years, Albin was drafted into the Wehrmacht. Reporting in early 1945, and after probably minimal training, he was assigned to an armored unit that was stationed on the Czech border near Cottbus. It was clear the end of the war was already approaching.

The Heretics' Hour: Too Much Jews

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-09-09 19:05
 
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Sept. 9, 2013

Carolyn covers several topics with the common thread of the overwhelming presence of Jews in our lives and societies. For instance:

  • Kenneth Waltzer’s Michigan State University-sponsored exhibition extolling Michigan's Jews and how their well-being was threateed by “Nazism” in Europe and World War II;
  • Compare treatment of Hitler bodyguard Rochas Misch after the war with that of Hitler assassin Ewald-Heinrich von Kleist-Schmenzin who went on to become a major globalist and American stooge;
  • Nephew of the Jew who captured Rudolf Höss discovers his daughter Brigitte living undetected in Northern Virginia and gets interview;
  • The White Rose Society was made up of a few U. of Munich medical students who came from families that were anti-Hitler, strongly religious and Jew-friendly;
  • They distributed leaflets during 1942-43 calling for military defeat in order to accomplish the overthrow of the National-Socialist regime, and have been glorified as martyrs in post-war Germany, similar to the "Valkyrie" July 20 conspirators;
  • Ringleader and half-Russian Alexander Schmorell has even been made a New Martyr by the “Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia.”

Image: From the exhibition "Uneasy Years: Michigan Jewry during Depression and War:" Announcing the 9th Jewish-owned Winkelman's Dept. Store to open in Detroit, Mich. in 1940. Retailing in the Midwest had long been in the hands of the Jews, while they comprised 8/10 of 1% of the Michigan population.

Leopold Wenger's final letters from Napola-Köslin, July-November 1939

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2013-09-04 12:04

On Sept. 26, 1939, Leopold's group of soon-to-be-graduates pose with their educator Ltn. Geissler who, like others, had been drafted for military service. Younger educators arrived to take their place. Leopold is 2nd from the left in the second row.


These letters from July to November 1939 are the last ones written from the NPEA (Napola) school in Köslin,  Pomerania (Northeast Germany). The young men's schooling ended a bit early; if their grades and demeanor warranted, they were granted what Americans would call the High School diploma and were inducted into the Luftwaffe as officer volunteers in training (cadets). They still had to complete the A, B and C flight training in order to earn their basic pilot's license.

copyright 2013 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager

Translated from the German by Markus

July 1939:  Yesterday, we had theoretical lessons followed by a test. I passed my theoretical A-exam. Because we will probably go back to Köslin tomorrow [from flight training in Rossiten -cy], we have our goodbye evening today with the other flight students and flight instructors. We will probably receive our A-certificate and badges.

I'll answer dad's question now. Gilbert and I were in Köslin for the military physical. We were checked for aviator suitability before, but everyone has to go through the aptitude test and is then assigned to an armed service branch (Air Service, Flak, Weather Company, Aviation Spotter, Av. Intelligence, Av. Sciences, Av. Engineer, etc.) In the end, everyone arrives at the branch of the Luftwaffe for which he best qualifies.

Motorsports school in Dramburg, July 15-31, 1939.


All of the 120 young men of the Aviator group of a hundred were divided into subgroups. Some stayed in Köslin (including Gilbert), others went to Hornberg in Swabia, others to Dramburg (Motorsports-School), others to Neumühlenkamp in Pomerania, and we went to Rositten [home of the "Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Segelflug (DFS) -, the German Research Society for Gliding. We are 23 young men. I'm one of them and the only Southern-German. Most already had passed the A-exam and continued right away with the B.

Horst Mahler on the German Reich

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2013-08-27 15:06

From left: Sylvia Stolz, Horst Mahler, Michael Friedman, Vanity Fair editor

The following was excerpted from Part 9 of Horst Mahler's interview by Jew Michael Friedman for the German Vanity Fair magazine in 2007. It is translated from the German by shoabloger.

The participants: HM - Horst Mahler; MF - Michael Friedman; VF - Vanity Fair; SS - Sylvia Stolz

When did Mahler change from Red to National-Socialist?

H.M. Lenin was a great historical figure. He believed he was making a revolution, but it was something else that he has done. But that is always the lot of great figures.

M.F. But in the years when you were in the SPD, the SPD has indeed, already in the 50s and 60s, understood itself as the counter-response against Hitler. It has even been said “We Social Democrats have gone to the concentration camps because of Hitler.” What kind of consciousness did you actually have at that time? Or were you still a victim of Jewish propaganda and your guilt?

H.M. I have said it very clearly in my conversation with Baum, which was then published as a book: I believed these propaganda lies against the German Reich; Hitler was for me a poisonous thorn in the flesh of the German people, and we wanted to get rid of it.

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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