"Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour: Episode 12

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2014-05-29 13:45
 
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May 29, 2014

Hitler stands with two members of his paramilitary wing in 1923, men he remembers as "jolly rogues" who were invaluable to him because of their willingness to sacrifice.


Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the October 30-November 2, 1941 dinner table conversations and monologues by the German Leader, taken down in shorthand by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim.  Topics included in this episode:

  • The Fuehrer discusses a hunting-trip taken by some of his Ministers and Reichsleaders;
  • Sharp criticism of the Foreign Office for its lack of ingenuity;
  • For high officials, the interests of the State and private investment conflict;
  • Plan to improve the Civil Service and Judiciary;
  • Social justice before everything - Masses are the source of the elite - Soldiers recognize a commander.

The edition of Hitler's Table Talk being used was translated by Norman Cameron and R.H. Stevens, published by Enigma Books, New York, and can be found as a pdf here.

Comments

Hitler despises the "police state", contrary to the usual "Nazi police state NWO" propaganda. 
 
Social Democrats discriminate against the bourgeoisie and probably Christians, not only fanatic National Socialists. 
 
The Lutherans failed in Vienna by erecting such a little Church in a major European capitol. Protestant churches are known to be weak and Lutherans talk too much. There is no structure in their appearance, unlike the Catholic churches that have always been both spiritual and worldly. 
 
I love Ray quoting Hitler. A Southern American speaks for a Southern German. We Germans compare Bavaria/Austria to Texas. No one else would be better to read the Table Talks. And Carolyn, your faith in our Führer inspires me every time, you go on air. 
 
Sieg Heil

I think I heard you discussing croatia, and how they like to separate themselves from the slavs. I recently heard the theory that Croatia comes from the Crusades, it could be that, west-europeans genes, in a land that was later under heavy slavic cultural influence, or where slavic languages were the norm, and therefore the crusaders who stayed there end accepted as their language. Of course, if true, this confirms other revisionists (of wider range, of general and ancient history, not the XXth we are use in our midst) who claim that Constantinople was the real objective of the crusades, not the fake Palestine. We know how the "chosen" race likes to attack our past and our history, we come from africa, civilization started in mesopotamia... Although they didn't create any culture, unlike Europe, "curious" isn't? So, part of their policy was to move the past away from us, to empty deserts, Europe didn't invent anything, writing, religions all came from other continents... you get the point.

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