The Heretics’ Hour: Wannsee Protocol of 1942: Fact or Forgery?

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2012-01-17 11:30
 
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January 16, 2012

Wannsee Conference Villa
Wannsee Villa outside Berlin

Carolyn Yeager and guest Christine Miller discuss the Wannsee Conference documents on the 70th Anniversary of that alleged meeting. Topics include:

  • Carolyn reads from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-45;
  • Essay on Alex Jones in Jim Lowe’s FLAK! newsletter;
  • Carolyn comments on Paul Gottfried’s article The Eternal German Guilt Trip;
  • Nuremberg Prosecutor Robt. Kempner’s discovery of the “Wannsee minutes” in 1947 is undocumented and vague;
  • Every document involved shows numerous signs of forgery;
  • Reichsprotektor Heydrich was probably not in Berlin on Jan. 20th;
  • The Germans wanted a total solution, not a final solution;
  • What keeps it all together? Media repetition and indoctrination of school kids.

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ODEONSPLATZ: The Rise of an Unknown

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2012-01-10 21:22

Zuerst magazine interviews Werner Bräuninger

December 2011

 Translated by Wilhelm Kriessmann

Biography of Werner Bräuninger

 Werner Bräuninger, born 1965, was a freelancing publicist and essayist. His book Odeonsplatz: The Rise of an Unknown (Universiras 2011) describing Hitler's life from 1890 to 1935 caused a sensation.  His book, Hitlers Adversaries in the NSDAP (Herbig 2004), about the imminent opposition in the National Socialist state, as well as his work about the spiritual roots of Count Claus von Stauffenberg within the circle around the poet Stefan George, were controversially discussed.

Bräuninger’s publications have drawn attention from the FAZ, Die Welt and the renowned Zeitschrift fuer Geschichtswissenschaft (Science of History magazine). His website is www.marmorklippen.de

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Feldherrnhalle on Odeonsplatz, Munich

 

Zuerst:  Mr. Bräuninger, your new book Odeonsplatz might cause a small revolution in the German book market—a book about Hitler which has neither his name in the title nor his picture. Does it not really mean “Hitler sells?”

B:  It is, as you say, obviously a revolution because we do not live in normal times. From Norbert Knopp, we naturally could have expected a title like “Hitler`s German Shepherd Dogs.” My intention was a quite different one.

The Heretics' Hour: Political-Social Design in the Third Reich

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2012-01-10 11:54
 
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January 9, 2012

Left: Battle of Coberg Anniversary Plate, porcelain made to resemble terra cotta.

Charles Krafft and George Stimson join Carolyn Yeager for a discussion of the impressive designs that were a part of the Third Reich, indisputably one of the most artistically creative periods in modern history. They discuss the Allach Porcelain Works outside of Dachau; some of the well known designers working in the Reich; the passion of the militaria collector; the images most commonly used; posters, flags and banners, uniforms and weaponry such as daggers. The National Socialist Third Reich period – 1923 to 1945 – is the most popular with Collectors world-wide.

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Nikolaus Grüner shows his tattoo. Where’s Elie’s?

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2012-01-08 12:59

By Carolyn Yeager

New! at  Elie Wiesel Cons The World

In this video,  Nikolaus or Miklos (Michael) Grüner is being interviewed by the Modesto (Calif.) Bee while the photographer films him pointing out the tattoo on his left arm.  This is shown in the very beginning of the video; right after that we see  the famous “Buchenwald Liberation” photograph we’ve become so familiar with, and 16-year-old Grüner is in the lower left hand corner. Is Elie in the photo? No.

 In 2008, Grüner traveled to California from his home in Sweden. While there, this very important bit of video was produced but has not been given the attention it deserves. I wonder why. Notice I didn’t form that as a question since I think the answer is apparent:  If Grüner has a tattoo, why doesn’t Wiesel?

 
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Ten Questions for “Elie Wiesel Believers”

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2012-01-04 12:55

By Carolyn Yeager

10 “tricky” questions for  those who believe Elie Wiesel was in Auschwitz and Buchenwald camps and that he wrote Un di velt hot geshvign (And the world remained silent) based on that experience.

On the CODOH Forum Friedrich Paul Berg started a interesting thread on Dec. 30 with the title “Ten Trick Questions for “Holocaust Survivors.”1   Berg writes that his questions

are not really tricky at all. They are simply the kinds of normal and reasonable questions that defense attorneys should always ask prosecution witnesses. However, we have all been so thoroughly programmed with holocaust propaganda that hardly anyone ever dares to ask the right questions.

Berg is quite right and it gave me the idea to create my own questions for those (even some revisionists) who insist that Elie Wiesel has to be the author of the Yiddish book published in 1956 in Argentina, and that I am oh so wrong in trying to prove otherwise.

Above is an image of Elie Wiesel in 1954, age 25-going-on-26, when he says he wrote Un di velt … attached to some kind of entry card issued by the Yugoslavian embassy in Paris.

So here are the questions I would like those ’believers’ to answer. As Friedrich Paul Berg would say, they are normal and reasonable questions that attorneys should ask witnesses in court. Try your hand at answering them and send your answers to [email protected] or write them in a comment below. (Serious answers only, please)

The Heretics' Hour: A New Beginning for some Old Themes

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2012-01-03 10:24
 
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January 2, 2012

Carolyn talks about her important themes for the New Year:

  • “Holocaust” and WWII revisionism — Guy Walters is attacking Denis Avey’s book;

  • Resistance to the economic slavery under central banking debt creation systems, Wall Street manipulation and the “super security state;”
  • Defense of our right to have our own territories and not be overwhelmed by non-White immigration;
  • Increased attacks against the so-called Far Right, with the purpose of destroying all dissent to Globalist hegemony;
  • Carolyn reads some passages from the book The Fire, which she will continue in future shows.
  • Call from Frank leads to discussion of Franklin Roosevelt and the American way.

Picture: Armed with party horns, serious-minded White kids usher in new year

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Public Defender: This 'nice, intelligent, educated' Beate Zschäpe should be released from jail.

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2011-12-28 15:54

Beate Zschäpe turned herself in to Police on Nov. 8 after being named the 3rd member of an alleged neo-nazi terror cell in Zwickau, Germany.

Her lawyer, Public Defender Wolfgang Heer, filed a complaint against her detention with Germany's Federal Court of Justice on Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011. In it, he said there were insufficient grounds for suspecting his client of having founded a terrorist organization or being a member of such an organization.

He stated there was no evidence of a firm organizational structure among Uwe Böhnhardt, Uwe Mundlos and Zschäpe and  currently no proof of a common will to organize, which is also a legal criterion for a terrorist organization. Furthermore, there is no evidence that Zschäpe was involved in creating the videos that were found on the scene of the burned house where the two men had lived.

In an interview with Der Spiegel on 12/27, Heer said, "Currently we have only seen about 500 pages (of case files), of which most are not significant in relation to the accusation of forming a terrorist organization. We have not even seen any of the files from the murder investigations."  He said it was impossible to guarantee a fair trial under such conditions, and that Zschäpe's ability to defend herself was severely curtailed as a result.

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Germany, NSU trial

One of Adolf Hitler's favorite entertainers dies at age 108

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2011-12-28 13:29

 

Johannes Heester in March 2006, age 102

Johannes Heester, a Dutch-born performer who made his reputation in National Socialist Germany and continued to perform until recent times, died on Christmas Eve at a hospital in Starnberg, Germany, where he had been for several days.

Heesters was a tenor who made his stage debut at the age of 30 at the Volksoper in Vienna in 1934. The following year he moved to Germany with his wife and daughters, where he became a crowd favorite at the Komische Oper and Admiralspalast.

During the time of the Third Reich, he performed for Adolf Hitler. Joseph Goebbels put him on the Gottbegnadeten list (literally God-given or "Important Artist Military Exempt" list) as an artist considered crucial to National Socialist culture.

Because of this and because he visited the Dachau concentration camp in 1941 (Dachau was the first labor camp in NS Germany and seen as a model of good planning and progressive ideas in the early 30's), he was seen as an enemy or traitor to many Dutch. Heesters entertained Wehrmacht soldiers during the war, but insisted he did not entertain SS troops when at Dachau, of which he was accused.

The Truth about Night -- Why it's Not Elie Wiesel's Story

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2011-12-25 22:20

By Carolyn Yeager

 Why is Grandma Nisel not mentioned in Elie Wiesel’s Night?

According to Hilda Wiesel’s 1995 “Survivors of the Shoah” testimony, Grandmother Nisel (also  spelled Nissel) went with the family to Auschwitz.

According to Elie Wiesel’s 1995 memoir, All Rivers Run to the Sea1, Grandmother Nisel went with the family to Auschwitz.

But Grandma Nisel is not mentioned even once in Wiesel’s 1958-60 supposedly autobiographical Night.2

Did Wiesel simply forget about his grandmother only 10 years after the event and then remember her again in the 1990’s? Did he cut her out because he wanted to condense his book and she was peripheral to the storyline? Neither of these can be believed. In the first place, Wiesel makes it clear in All Rivers how important Grandma Nisel was to him and he writes affectionately about her. Secondly, by including his grandmother when he mentioned his mother and three sisters, he would not have added more than a few words to the deportation narrative, as we will see. Thirdly, Grandma Nisel, as a member of his family group that he says he lost at Auschwitz, could not be left out when writing about his family group.

And, in fact, he didn’t leave her out of his memoir, nor did Hilda leave her out of her testimony. But Night is another story (pun intended).  Continue reading at Elie Wiesel Cons The World

Christmas with the Führer

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2011-12-21 10:16
 
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Adolf Hitler

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