National Socialism

Zschäpe defence continues to call for mistrial

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2013-06-05 18:13

The NSU murder trial resumed this week in Munich, Germany. This account was taken from The Local/Germany and Der Spiegel Online on Wednesday. -cy

Beate Zschäpe enters the courtroom for the 6th day, this time in a red blouse.

Zschäpe's lawyers are demanding termination of proceedings, based on what her lawyers say was an illegal pre-trial assumption of guilt, according to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

The defence point to statements by Chief Federal Prosecutor Harald Range, who they claim repeatedly described Zschäpe as a member of a “gang of killers,” “terrorist organisation” or “terrorist trio” after her arrest in 2011, before the criminal investigation had even begun.

The prosecution's case against Zschäpe, say her defence lawyers, is based on assumptions about her role in the trio and closeness to other members which have not yet been proved.

Bicycle Adventures of an Austrian Teen - Part Two

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2013-05-21 20:13

From Leopold Wenger's Trip Diary

The Great Ride to Nuremberg
for the N-S Party Convention of 1937

copyright 2013 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager

Translated from the German by Wilfried Heink

Day one - passing the Dachstein mountains on the way to Schladming.


Sunday, August 29, 1937. My buddy Franz and I left Leoben at 6am. When passing the train station I suddenly discovered that I had left my canteen, full of tea, at home. I had no choice but to turn back.

We then continued. It was still cold, and also foggy; our clothes were soon damp. But the fog lifted and at Mauten we stopped for breakfast. Then a headwind picked up, making travel up the Schober Pass difficult. At the top we stopped at a farm to drink some milk; Franz encountered a little mishap but at 11:30 we arrived in Trieben. We did not stop, passed the Wörschach airport and at noon we were already passed Steinach. We rode through an open forest; later in open country with the sun beating down and stopped at an Inn in Diemlern for lunch. The ride from then on was boring, up to Gröbming when I noticed that the houses were different, almost flat roofs with boulders on them. We had climbed quite a ways up and now traveled downhill, the road condition changing. Passing Haus, we had our first glimpse of the Dachstein, with the peak hidden in clouds. At 4pm we arrived in Schladming; the town was celebrating the completion of a new church tower and we had problems getting through the crowds. Uphill from there, and at 4:30 we passed the border between Styria and Salzburg. We already had the Mandling pass behind us.

In half an hour we made it to Radstatt, having to push our bikes up a hill along the way. We looked for the hostel, found it outside the town and registered at 5:30. The pool was a welcome addition and in the evening a youth from Vienna joined us.

The Heretics' Hour: On George Lincoln Rockwell

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2013-05-21 01:00
 
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May 21, 2013

Hadding Scott hosts this program.

Image: American Nazi Party leader attends a Congress of the Nation of Islam on June 25, 1961, in Washington,DC.

Bicycle Adventures of an Austrian Teen

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2013-05-15 16:32

From Leopold Wenger's Trip Diary

Out and About on the Bicycle

1936-1937

copyright 2013 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager

Translated from the German by Wilfried Heink

Leopold Wenger was born on Nov. 19, 1921; in July 1936 when his first diary-recorded bike trip began, he was only 14 years old. By the time of the rest of the trips recorded here (all of which took place before the annexation of Austria to Germany), he was 15 years old. Quite a responsible, resiliant, hardy and adventurous young National-Socialist "Hitler Youth" he was, who later became a valiant defender of the Reich.  My thanks to Willy Wenger for sending these diary entries to me – along with the photographs taken by 'Poldi (called Bibi by family) – and to Wilfried Heink for translating it from the German original – a large undertaking.

While this may not interest everyone, I believe it is of great value for comparing our youth of that time with our youth of today. -cy

P.S. On 6-5-2016 I linked the images to the file view, so just click on them for a larger view.

The Salzburg Journey, May 5-8, 1936

Sunday, July 5, 1936. We were to leave Leoben at 5:30, but I slept in and was picked up by Prommer and Horvat; we left Leoben at 5:45. We traveled via Edling to Seitz. Between Kammern and Mauten, we had to stop for the first time, my canteen/flask, fastened to my rucksack had slipped between the frame of my bike and the hind wheel during a descent. It acted as a brake, and the felt encasing was severely damaged.

The first rest stop was at the Schober summit. We arrived in Liezen at 12 noon in time for lunch. It had been extremely hot all morning. Past Steinach-Erdning we left the main road, pushed our bikes for one and a half hour over the Klachau pass and arrived in Bad Aussee at 16.45. We rested for awhile and at 17:00 we started to push our bikes to the Koppe, a very narrow pass used as a shortcut to Hallstadt. At about the border between Styria and Upper-Austria the road reaches its highest point, to the right a canyon used by the railroad. The road was in horrible shape; a car could never have driven through here. There were also warning signs posted: "Bicycle riders dismount, very steep grade, avalanche danger!"

Saturday Afternoon: On Hitler's birthday - He proves to be the world's most famous man

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-04-20 12:16
 
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April 20, 2013

Adolf Hitler’s 124th birthday is celebrated with proof of his amazing popularity and face-name recognition. Examples of oratory by himself and by others praising him is read and commented on. Carolyn also brings up some news stories showing the abject fear exhibited by the enemies of mankind whenever a positive feeling toward Hitler might in some way be exposed by their institutions or media.

When all is taken into consideration, it’s clear that the German Führer is, at the very least, the single best-known historical personality in the world today.  I would say that’s quite a success story.

Image: An example of Hitler's amazing recognizability from only two shapes, demonstrating he has penetrated the consciousness of the entire world population.

The Heretics' Hour: Weapons in the War Against Whites

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-04-15 19:21
 
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April 15, 2013

In order to counteract the growing anger of increasing numbers of Jew-wise Gentiles who are realizing how they’re being exploited, Jews can find no better weapon than the cry of  “antisemitism.” Carolyn looks at some current examples, such as Ronnie Fraser’s The Academic Friends of Israel and David Goldman’s “Spengler” blog. She agrees with what the Jobbik candidate said, “Anti-Semitism is not just our right, but it is the duty of every Hungarian homeland lover, and we must prepare for armed battle against the Jews.”

So antisemitism is their weapon against us, but we turn it back upon them and declare our antisemitism as a duty!

In the 2nd hour, Carolyn reads Heinrich Himmler’s 1937 speech about Homosexuality to the Group Leaders of the SS (pictured right). The normalization of homosexuality is one of the most potent weapons in our enemy’s arsenal; to ignore it because we are uncomfortable dealing with the subject is unacceptable for a people who expect to recover and to win. Himmler offers some interesting solutions.

The Heretics' Hour: Why did Hitler invade the Soviet Union?

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-04-08 18:25
 
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April 8, 2013

Hadding Scott returns to guest-host The Heretics’ Hour again with some thought-provoking subject matter.

It is often said that Hitler’s big mistake was invading Russia. Why did he do it? For Lebensraum? For resources? It turns out that neither of these traditional explanations is correct. In the second hour: are the Negro’s present difficulties in American society a legacy of slavery?

Image: Hitler at the map table with Army Commander-in-Chief Brauchitsch and others, including Friedrich Paulus (2nd from left).

From the archives ...

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2013-04-08 11:27
 
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German Christians celebrate Luthertag (Martin Luther Day) in Berlin in 1933; Bishop Hossenfelder speaks.

"A Fighting Christianity," with Carolyn Yeager substituting for Bill Finck on Christogenea Saturday on November 12, 2011, is too good to be forgotten back in the archives. It is about an hour and a half.

Carolyn shares her research on the Christian beliefs found in National Socialism, and the many interesting figures who were involved - sometimes in squabbles. This German Christianity was racial and national, not universalist.

Hitler said in Berlin in 1933, maybe at the event pictured above: We were convinced that the people needs and requres this faith. We have therefore undertaken the fight against the atheistic movement, and that not merely with a few theoretical declarations - we have stamped it out.

Saturday Afternoon: Anti-Yom haShoah - One Holohoax Memorial Day is enough in the U.S.!

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-04-06 12:40
 
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April 4, 2013

Carolyn’s main point is that allowing Jews the opportunity to attain power and prestige in White society prevents our ever being able to correct the historical record, including the part called the “holocaust.” This is The Jewish Problem that must be faced … and discussed. If we would discuss it, we would find how few are willing to deal with The Jewish Problem. Examples that are used:

  • The United States alone in the world follows Israel in annually observing a 2nd holohoax remembrance day – Yom haShoah on the 27th of Nisan (Hebrew calendar);
  • This special day and week observance was mandated by Congress in 1979 by unanimous vote in both chambers;
  • It was followed by the creation of the U.S. Holohoax Horror Museum (USHMM) in Wash. D.C., which was then put in charge of promoting Yom haShoah observances throughout the country;
  • The USHMM is a nest of pro-Israel Jews, an Israeli outpost in the U.S. — along with two other government  agencies: Human Rights and Special Prosecutions in the DOJ and Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism in the Dept. of State;
  • The ADL,  celebrating its 100th Anniversary this year along with Yom haShoah, says it’s dedicated to making OUR [read THEIR] country more welcoming to differences;
  • How Jews move up the academic ladder via Judaic religious schools and the instigation of Jewish Studies Programs Waltzer and Wiesel looked at;
  • Vladimir Putin is not a friend to honest WWII historical revisionism.

Image: Weighed down with medals, “WWII veterans” participate in last year’s Yom haShoah Week ceremony at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. This is representative of the farce quality of the whole thing.

Willy Wenger's Family Chronicle

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2013-04-03 09:49

The following is the continuation of the family history written by Willy Wenger that first appeared on March 14 under the title “the great hope: the German Reich.” Wenger was born in 1926 in Styria in the diminished independent nation of Austria, 'victim' of the Paris Peace Conference following WWI. Willy had a loving father and mother, and an older brother Leopold (named after their father) with whom he was very close. From the time Leopold Jr. first began to speak, he was called “Bibi” (a mispronounciation of Bubi by the child), a nickname that took hold with family and friends all the way through high school and beyond.

The Referendum of April 10th, 1938

By Willy Wenger

copyright 2013 Wilhelm Wenger and Carolyn Yeager

Translated by Hasso Castrup

Willy, Gretl and their mother standing in front of their apartment building on Referendum Day.


Several months ago we had moved from the Timmerdorfer-Straße to Dreierschützenstraße No.16 where we had a larger apartment that belonged to the municipality. It consisted of a kitchen, a pantry, a small room – a cabinet, as we call it in Austria – with two beds, and a spacious loggia opening on a large garden in the inner part of the massive block. There was also a large living room, and the parents bedroom, as well as a hall and the toilet. Gretl slept in a small bed in the parents' bedroom, while Bibi and I shared the cabinet. Our building accommodated the municipal baths, which had bath tubs and showers which we used frequently.

Election Day was Sunday, April 10, 1938, on Dad's 45th birthday. Many had predicted that the referendum would be a big success for the N-S regime, and with the end result, all doubts were gone: the people decided and the result was convincing. Never in history has there been such a clear result: In Leoben, the vote was 99.83 per cent in favor – the proof of the willingness of the Ostmark to join the German Reich.

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