The Heretics' Hour: The Jewish Footprint through History

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2012-11-05 19:09

Nov. 5, 2012

Alfred Rosenberg, a National Socialist ideologue and definer of German culture, understood in 1918 when he wrote The Track of the Jew through the Ages that Jews comprised their own nation – while they live and prosper in ours.  In a new edition of 1937 he pointed out the importance of understanding “the unchangeableness of the Jewish nature.”  In this book, Rosenberg demolishes  the myth of “Jewish persecution” through the ages and shows how they have destroyed one European empire after another. In the first hour, Carolyn discusses related topics of:

  • The Henry Ford defamation trial of 1926 and who wrote Ford’s statement of “apology” that ended the legal wrangling;
  • Did the American financier Jacob Schiff play a role in the exposure of the Protocols of  Zion as a forgery?
  • German Jews trying to make the Bundestag responsible for ending “antisemitism” in Germany, but Bundestag reps say it is responsibility of the Central Council of Jews to fight their own battle;
  • Ukrainian Jews create “blacklist” of antisemites;
  • This all shows that Jews’ top priority is to stamp out “antisemitism,” unwilling to see that it is a hopeless objective since they are the cause of it.


4 Responses

  1. Peter

    November 10, 2012 at 1:26 am

    What´s the german title of the book? Couldn´t find it anywhere – help appreciated.

  1. Carolyn

    November 10, 2012 at 10:06 am

    Die Spur des Juden im Wandel der Zeiten — published in Munich in 1920 by Deutscher Volksverlag. In 1937 by the Zentralverlag der NSDAP, Franz Eher Publishers, Munich.

  1. Peter

    November 10, 2012 at 6:00 pm

    Thank you very much, both. I tried to find it, but my google search didn´t bring it up, and in german wikipedia, it wasn´t in the list of his books (so I missed it), and in engl. wikipedia, it´s not even mentioned

    (I´m particularly happy for the german version, Carl… being german, I would find it just a tad too absurd to have to read it in english).

    It certainly seems very instructive, from what I gather from the program, thanks Carolyn (I would like to read it but the number of worthwhile books is a bit enormous… but browse through I will).

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