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

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

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).


2 Respnses

  1. David

    April 11, 2013 at 10:37 am

    Great show Hadding, finally got to listen to it.

  1. Konrad Rhodes

    April 12, 2013 at 4:12 pm

    Dear Hadding,
    If anyone did not profit from your HH shows the past two weeks they probably have read a lot and are already of the same mindset and high mental abilities of yourself. I enjoyed listening to the information and commentary about Hitlers Secret Book, so called, National Socialism as fundamentally different from Reactionary Conservatism, and why Operation Barbarossa was necessary though I am already well versed in all of it. The old books about Negroes I am not familiar with and though I am familiar with the racial differences, deficiencies, of Negroes and also the false, chaotic, destructive, and vengeful nature of Reconstruction and the falsity & ignorance of the general anti-Southern biases I got added information and insight and enjoyed listening.
    I hope you are eventually able to do a weekly two hour show of your own.
    Judging from your blog and articles you have a library of knowledge that is far more sharp, thorough and detailed than the majority of intellectual White Nationalists even.
    Personally I have always wanted to hear more and learn more about the SS and its ideology which I was introduced to from reading Hottelet’s translation of the Waffen SS Lehrplan which was published when IHR was the Center for Historical Review. Additionally I also would like to hear and learn more about National Socialist and Fascist parties and movements in other European countries during the 20′s and 30′s such as the Iron Guard, BUF, and others and particularly about the Economic and Social doctrines they espoused such as Social Credit, Syndicalism/Guild Socialism, etc. I think that it is enlightening for the smarter white people to learn just how widespread and varied the movements applying basic principles already applied to facilitate the effective functioning of modern armies to the broader spectrum of society and its government. This knowledge adds to their corpus of information to draw from for confronting the problems of today and planning for the future of our Race and country.