Saturday Afternoon: Günter Deckert live from Germany

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2013-07-13 13:08

July 13, 2013

Günter Deckert is Carolyn’s guest to talk about Germany-related issues, after he tells us all about his recent five months (Jan. 2 to May 31) spent in Mannheim Prison for “questioning the holocaust.” 

  • Majority of prisoners are foreigners, but one has an individual cell-room of one’s own;
  • Political prisoners are “bullied” by top administrators with restrictions on or denial of preferred reading material, letters and visits on the grounds of “rehabilitation”;
  • Angela Merkel’s strong stand against Brussels new shared banking proposals in eurozone will probably dissipate after the general elections in September;
  • Merkel’s complaints about the NSA spying by the U.S. are weak, but Social Democrat says spying on the EU is for economic advantage, not terrorism;
  • Less likelihood of an NPD ban, but the NSU will be used against the NPD beginning in September;
  • NSU bombshell? – Prosecution’s star witness inadvertently revealed the gun that allegedly killed the eight Turks was purchased after the first four were already dead (according to Compact magazine);
  • Thoughts on a world-wide pan-European movement based on White unity;
  • Günter recommended the article “Unruly Europe” by Mark Bruigh, in two parts at American Renaissance;
  • Hadding Scott calls in to ask about reports that Adenauer was forced by Eisenhower to agree to pay reparations to Israel.

Image: Günter Deckert speaking in Denmark in 2008.


14 Responses

  1. Florin

    July 15, 2013 at 8:32 am

    Hi Carolyn,

    Thank you and Mr. Deckert for the latest show. It is good to hear him on recent issues related to German judicial system and other hot topics such as the effects of European multicultural policies on certain regions of Europe.
    I would like to bring to your attention a couple pieces of European legislation in regard to handling personal data of European citizens.
    I see this legislation closely related to the latest scandal on NSA spying over in Europe.

    To be concise the first piece of legislation is the Council Decision of 13 July 2010 listed as (2010/412/EU) and the link for English version is:
    This one is described as “on the conclusion of the Agreement between the European Union and the United States of America on the processing and transfer of Financial Messaging Data from the European Union to the United States for the purposes of the Terrorist Finance Tracking Program.”

    The second piece, called Commission Decision of 31 January 2011 (notified under document C(2011) 332) looks more interesting as is bluntly dropping the word Israel in the 5th line of the fundaments of this act o legislation (page 1). It is described as “pursuant to Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the adequate protection of personal data by the State of Israel with regard to automated processing of personal data”. The link is:

    As strange as it seems, buried under piles of recent legislation, regarding all citizens of 27 various countries of EU, cannot be found on a official page that deals with the personal data subject, under legislation tab.
    The page is:

    Would that make a solid subject for one of your future shows?

    In any case, comments would be appreciated as well!
    Keep up the good work,
    Kind regards,


  1. fnn

    July 15, 2013 at 10:28 am

    I wonder if the two thousand NPD local councillors have any significance. Do the councillors from the other parties just ignore them and pretend they aren’t there?

    Germany’s largest neo-Nazi party has 6,000 members, seats in parliament in two east German states and more than 2,020 members on local councils.

  1. Carolyn

    July 15, 2013 at 2:42 pm

    fnn – the local councils are just party organizations. Each party has its own council, as far as I know.

  1. code law

    July 15, 2013 at 3:31 pm

    That a ban of the npd is coming to existence, I can hardly imagine. But regardless of that outcome, the NSU is´nt just used against the NPD, instead it is used against NPD-members, and not-members. The places on the watchtower of PC-Supervision are very limited, and of course, minorities are preferred. Some 18 mths ago, I heard a speech on that topic, established by the “Antifa”. Two issues have been remarkable:

    the “minute of remembrance” in the beginning was explicitly dedicated to the 9 foreigners, the female police officer is already forgotten.

    some muslim from cologne stated, that the pretended investigation in the criminal-community is at least a bogus explanation. He explained this by pointing out that the criminals live there themselves—-


  1. code law

    July 16, 2013 at 8:04 am

    you have to look out for the case of “Lothar König” ( “King” ), this is an evangelic ( protestant ) “Pastor, Pfarrer” ( some lower grade, don´t have a dictionary at hand right now.. ). There is great outcry particulary in leftist circle because he is facing a trial right now and already had to “suffer” an investigation of his rooms.

    The Accusation:

    During a rally last year he allegedly called for “attacking the police” with a megaphone from a truck which was attached in this rally, or demonstration. However, finding out some detailed and exact description what has happened is difficult, but what is sure is that a number of 191 police-men suffered injuries in that certain event. From rallys / demonstrations in Berlin it has been reported several times, the police was attacked with “self-made-chemical-cocktails”.

    The author Thilo Sarrazin, you are familiar with him, was hit by a bag of feces which someone threw at him during one of his public appearances, an author of a big daily newspaper “tageszeitung” expressed the desire for seeing him hit “really” with the next stroke he will suffer ( He had a stroke some time ago, that´s why one 1/2 of his face is somehow not “responding correctly”)


  1. Carolyn

    July 16, 2013 at 11:14 am

    Lothar König is lefty “youth pastor” in Jena, the town where all the so-called right-wingers have chosen to live. He’s got a long beard and hair like an Old Testament prophet. For decades he has been fighting against the right-wing. The charges against him stem from the demonstrations against the “neo-nazis” during the Dresden remembrance march in February. You can read about it in translation here.

  1. code law

    July 16, 2013 at 1:47 pm

    ok. you´re quite informed yourself. Astounding. The appearance and profession will be a relique from former decades, when the few churches was regarded as one of the limited opportunities to speak openly. The authorities will have placed most of the pastors there for watching out the public mood.
    Joachim Gauck – former pastor. The same as the father of angela M ( Kassner ). Gauck could possibly be genuine / serious

  1. Carolyn

    July 16, 2013 at 4:12 pm

    ok. you´re quite informed yourself. Astounding.

    No, I looked it up because I wasn’t sure what you were talking about. Some of your writing style is pretty obscure. It would be good if you could spell things out more clearly. But I get this, that the Soviets placed their agents in the churches. Interesting.

  1. Alexander (from Flanders)

    July 17, 2013 at 7:59 pm

    Herr deckert said how the German people do not resist because they still have food on the table, some money in their pocket, entertainment of some sort or the other, and a car…

    You hear the same thing all over the West. The US, Germany, France, Belgium, New-Zeeland…. everywere. So very sad.

    Even in Greece. I mean the Golden Dawn has been around for decades, and only now that the country is falling appart do they have a window of opportunity. If the people had listened to the GD years ago; they would have never been in the trouble they find themselves in today. It just drives me absolutely bonkers when I think about that.

  1. Carolyn

    July 17, 2013 at 8:35 pm

    entertainment of some sort or the other

    Not just ordinary entertainment, but the absolutely essential European Vacation/Holiday that adds up to 6 weeks out of the year for the average worker. I think Europeans are spoiled (even though they have to drive tiny cars, live in smaller houses and have less space around them) and all the Holiday Time they think is their due (with pay so they can travel, stay in hotels, go out to eat, etc) exemplifies for me that “spoiled” state. But realize, all the foreigners now living there get the same benefits.

    With this kind of “me, me, me” attitude, nothing is worth sacrificing for. How do you see the vacations, Alexander?

  1. Alexander (from Flanders)

    July 19, 2013 at 1:31 am

    I see vacations as very normal, Carolyn. There is more in life than just work. Working in a factory is not really fun you know. 5 days a week, 8 hours of slaving, pfff. And for what? So the gouverment can spend our taxes to replace us with non-whites? Also don’t forget that the social system worked just fine in Europe before they let in non-whites (it was not perfect, but at least it worked).

    I think we should even work less, and have more free time than we have now. Most White people are so busy with work that they do not have time to think about what is happening in the West. No wonder so many stare at the TV, or go to sport events, they just want some time out after a hard week of slaving.

    Besides; there are lot’s of unemployed people, and it would make sense to devide the work among all the available people. Why should the workers work longer when there are so many without a job?

    The gouverment is even saying now that people must work up until they are 70 years old. That is insane. It is not possible for most fysical jobs. I know several people in their 30′s who have severe fysical problems because of the heavy work they do (one has a damaged neck, the other has permanent damage at his spine). These are young guys for crying out loud. They will have to live with those problems for the rest of their lives.

    By the way; I think in Austria they work the least of all in Europe. Shorter hours, more vacations and guess what? They are doing ecomomically just fine. The system over there has been reformed to perform at a top level.

  1. Carolyn

    July 19, 2013 at 11:08 am

    Alexander – You seem to be part of the problem over there. And you’re mixing apples and oranges, with pears and bananas thrown in too. The most annual paid vacation I know is 3 weeks … after you’ve been on the job a few years. Because there are also paid holidays of one or two days throughout the year, plus weekends off are standard (not paid though). So you work 5 days, get off 2 — that’s not bad. Then there is sick-time, and medical insurance. But you’re crying it’s not enough. Plus you call work “slaving.” Yet you call yourself a National-Socialist.

    N-S treated work as a matter of pride; physical work was honored and there was more “physical work” to be done then than now. The physical work was done by the national people, not foreigners brought in as cheap labor. Now our frail young men hurt themselves if they have to work, oh boo hoo. Now our people don’t see work as being creative and productive, but as slaving. If the govt. spends too much money on bringing in non-Whites, we must ask who voted in that government??? We did.

    Let’s look at Adolf Hitler. He didn’t take vacations, except to go to his home in Berchtesgarten from where he just continued working. Because no one could replace him if he were off “on vacation.” Barack Obama can go off on vacations because he’s not the real leader – he isn’t even necessary. Anyone who can “take off” for weeks at a time from their job is just a cog in a wheel – is replaceable. Yes, a physical worker is replaceable, but I think you overemphasize how many White people do this kind of work anymore. In any case, this alienation and resentment of “work” has got to stop.

    No wonder so many stare at the TV, or go to sport events, they just want some time out after a hard week of slaving.

    Jeez, don’t excuse TV watching (and I understand plenty of porn watching too) and passive sport following on having to work 40 hours a week. There are 168 hours in a week, 128 non-working hours! If you deduct 56 hours for sleeping (7×8), that leaves 72 hours of free time, almost twice as much as job-time. If these people had less work hours, it’s my bet they would spend it doing more TV and sport watching.

    The gouverment is even saying now that people must work up until they are 70 years old

    What government is that? Your government of Belgium? I have only heard this about Germany. However, the people are responsible for the government they have. We need to go beyond whining and asking for more free stuff. If Austria is doing well, it’s because Austrians still feel a national pride, loyalty and comraderie with one another, not because of shorter work hours. Austrians have always been an industrious people, like the Swiss.

  1. Alexander from Flanders

    July 20, 2013 at 11:05 pm

    I’m afraid you don’t understand the situation of the workers here in Europe. Things have been getting worse and worse, year after year.

    The problem I have is that working today does not give the worker what they deserve (a descent life). Buying a house or even renting is becoming a problem over here. The price of living keeps going up. More and more taxes that are thrown at crazy projects… I could go on and on.

    The new nobilty of the EU, and SLAVE LABOUR:

    Renting a house no longer affordable:

    Campain “no more milking, give our money back”:

    In NS Germany the worker worked, but they got something in return. Things got better for the common man. That is slowly changing over here (and all over the West). It is actually getting worse. We must give, give, give and then give up some more.

    I don’t resent work. I resent “exloitation” of the common man (and woman). When you work you should be able to start a family and buy a house. People can’t afford those things anymore.

    I wonder if you ever worked in factory. In three shifts. Week in, week out. Can you really blame those people when they just want to have some fun (tv watching or wathever)? I don’t like that myself, but that is the way most people are.

    The “working up to 70 thing” is all over Europe, not just Germany. This is insane since we have so many unemployed. We have just gotten 11% more unemployement (check link), and they tell us we have to work longer. Does that sound right to you?

    The system in Austria gives working people something in return. That is why it works. That is why the Austrians are happy and “willing” to work. When you have less and less, and things get worse and worse, people are not happy, and resent work (and rightfully so).

  1. Carolyn

    July 21, 2013 at 2:49 pm

    Alexander – It’s not about “understanding the situation of the workers.” It’s that you’re concerned that they “can’t buy a house.” Would that then make them satisfied with the current regime? We’re talking about revolution – overturning the Jew-controlled system that is in place – not getting a more comfortable, vacation-filled life. What you’re describing should spur Euro people on, but it doesn’t seem to. The whole continent seems to be infected with sickness unto death.