National Socialism

The 'Nazis' did not burn books - that is more fake history

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2017-03-15 12:21

By Carolyn Yeager

NAME ME ONE SINGLE INSTANCE WHEN THE 'NAZIS' - properly known as the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP) - publicly, or privately, burned books.

You can't - because there is none.

Yet a letter from 'Walter' to Jeff Bezos has been circulating, in which he makes he following statement:

What would happen if other companies followed your lead? Where would it all end? Burning books like during the Nazi years?

Walter means well, but he is very much mistaken. I have seen similar sentiments in connection with Amazon's blacklisting of Holocaust Revisionist books, so I am setting the record straight. The one-time book-burning that did take place in 1933 was done by university students, not the NSDAP.

USHMM takes on the Alt-Right

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2016-11-23 22:22

Richard Spencer, Jared Taylor and Kevin MacDonald talking about White people's interests in relation to Pres-elect Donald Trump inspires images like this to the United States Holocaust Museum staff.


Hadding Scott has posted a good article at the CODOH website in response to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's over-reaction by Andrew Hollinger concerning Richard Spencer's Saturday night NPI conference in Washington D.C. Hadding writes:

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is obviously not just a museum, but has a mission of political propaganda in service to specifically Jewish interests. On Monday, 21 November 2016, the museum issued a public condemnation of statements reported to have been made by Richard Spencer in a speech at a conference of his National Policy Institute two days earlier, just a short distance from the USHMM. The museum declared itself “deeply alarmed” and called for action.

The text of the declaration makes clear that the author of the museum's proclamation did not even bother to make a careful determination of what Spencer had said, but simply trusted accounts given by news-media. The USHMM really did not have to rely on press-reports, since the conference was streamed live on YouTube, and the content was accessible immediately afterward. Because the USHMM relied on news-media, its account of what Spencer said is not entirely accurate. Continue reading at Codoh.com

Frauke Petry interview opens discussion on 'Völkisch' as an acceptable term in Germany

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2016-09-11 15:32

Frauke Petry as photographed by Die Welt for their interview.


By Carolyn Yeager

IN AN INTERVIEW WITH WELT AM SONNTAG NEWSPAPER, the chief of the Alternative for Germany party came to the defense of the much-maligned adjective völkisch [meaning popular; of the people, national]. Naturally the liberal German media is tearing into her. They call the word racist because it was used by the National Socialists. It stems, of course, from the word Volk [the people; nation], in common usage still today and fully acceptable.

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The great Ernst Nolte is dead at age 93

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2016-08-22 00:52

Ernst Nolte in 2002.  Daniel Janin/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images


From  nytimes.com

ERNST NOLTE, A GERMAN REVISIONIST HISTORIAN WHO BROKE ACADEMIC TABOOS by equating Nazism with Bolshevism and who was denounced as an apologist for Hitler and even the Holocaust, died on Thursday [Aug. 18] in Berlin. He was 93.

His family told the daily newspaper Der Tagesspiegel that he had died in a hospital.

Professor Nolte, a respected scholar of fascism, provoked an ideological uproar in 1986 by suggesting in an essay that Nazisim had been a logical response in Germany to an “existential threat” posed by the Russian Revolution and its aftermath. He also argued that Hitler’s extermination of Jews and other minorities was comparable to the mass murders engineered by Stalin in the Soviet Union, where victims were singled out by economic and social class as enemies of the Communist state.

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Goebbels' stenographer says Germans knew nothing about any "Holocaust"

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2016-07-05 01:02

Brunhilde Pomsel looks darn good for 105, although she should have used more moisturizing creme. A woman who's seen a lot.


By Carolyn Yeager

Now 105 years old, Brunhilde Pomsel says, “Nobody will believe me, because everyone thinks we knew everything. But the truth is we didn’t know anything.”

She's right that the mainstream media and governments today don't want to believe that. But it's confirmed by the true scholarship about the period, as contrasted to the war propaganda that passes for truth today.

If the murder of 6 million Jews in concentration camp gas chambers was really going on, everyone would have known about it. It could not have remained a “secret” and this is the big problem with the holocaust lie – it had to have been kept from the German population or they would have rebelled against Hitler's government, but there is no way it could have been kept from them if it were really taking place.

Thomas Dalton has done it again!

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2016-03-17 20:27

Display of Copies of Hitler's Mein Kampf - Documentation Center in Congress Hall - Nuremberg-Nurnberg - Germany

Not only has he just published an exceptional article about Mein Kampf and Adolf Hitler, but Dalton reveals he is also working on a new English translation of Mein Kampf – a side-by-side German-English translation, no less! This is fantastic news. I think he had better make a big first print run when he publishes it because it will no doubt be highly desirable. He may become the first revisionist author to get rich on his work!

Everything Dalton has done to date has been outstanding, in my opinion. He is one of those writers who seems to want to truly enlighten his readers, so he puts the facts of the story first and gets himself out of the way. For this reason, and others, he is perfectly suited to do a new Mein Kampf translation we can have faith in.

The first revisionist work I know by Dalton is the well-known Debating the Holocaust: A New Look At Both Sides” (2009), which contrasts the “exterminationist” and the revisionist views in an impartial and thorough manner. The book was very successful, as holocaust revisionist books go.

Himmler's Oct. 24, 1943 "Freedom Day" speech in Posen

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2016-02-08 00:00

Baltic Germans inspect their new home in Warthegau, Nov. 10, 1939. Many thousands have already moved into the regions freed from the former Polish occupiers after their 20-year interruption, and have begun building up. [This was the caption at the time.]

Reichsfuhrer-SS Heinrich Himmler

"Tag der Freiheit" (Freedom Day) speech
Posen, Warthegau, 24 October 1943

Translated by Carlos Whitlock Porter
Translation copyright 2016 Carolyn Yeager

INTRODUCTION by Carolyn Yeager

Reichsgau Wartheland, also called Warthegau, was a National Socialist German administrative district formed in 1939 from what had been Polish territory for the past 20 years, granted by the Versailles Treaty following WW1. The name derived from the main river, Warthe; the capital city was Posen. The Gauleiter (Party leader of a Gau or District) of the Warthegau from '39 to '45 was Arthur Greiser.

A National-Socialist has a voice in village debate over migrant influx

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2015-10-31 18:17

It appears that every resident of Sumte attended a meeting on Wednesday to discuss the plan to move 1000 migrants from Africa and the Middle East to their village. The Mayor is in front row cemter, in jeans. Photo credit Gordon Welters for The New York Times

Holger Niemann, 32, a self-described National Socialist and admirer of Hitler, is an elected representative on the district council that governs over the small village of Sumpte, Germany – population 102 - in Lower Saxony. He sees opportunity in the migrant crisis. “It is bad for the people, but politically it is good for me,” Mr. Niemann said of the plan, which would leave the German villagers in Sumpte outnumbered by migrants 10 to one.

Vincent Reynouard: To be a National Socialist today

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2015-10-14 00:52

New Video with English subtitles!

To be a National Socialist Today

Part 1: The concentration camps

Does the National Socialist struggle, today, still make sense? In this first part, I rely on a statement of Hermann Göring, at the Nuremberg trials, to answer in the affirmative. Then, in order to parry the first objection, I explain why the concentration camps in Germany were only an accident of history ... Vincent Reynouard

Excellent research, as usual, from Reynouard. The first camps were set up to detain the communists, who were an existential threat to the new Hitler government and NS state. Please watch this 30-minute video with English subtitles full screen here.

Horst Mahler is out of prison, but not free

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2015-10-07 11:30

It is reported that 79-year-old dissident Horst Mahler was released from prison on Sept. 3rd after serving 2/3 (10 years) of his sentence, but will remain on probation for four more years. The probation terms are no doubt why we hear nothing from him, and nothing is or will be written about him in the media. He has been effectively silenced.

He is also critically ill. His left leg was amputated in prison because of neglect of his health by prison officials. His home needs some refurbishing to accommodate his now disabled status. It is up to the truth-for-Germany community to contribute to the financial needs of our courageous comrade. Here is how you can help:

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