The Day of German Art

By Kyle Hunt

“The Day of German Art” (Tag der deutschen Kunst) was a parade held in Munich under the National Socialists, which first corresponded with the laying of the cornerstone for the House of German Art (Haus der Deutschen Kunst) on October 15, 1933. The parade took place again in 1937 when the building was finished and was to be held annually from then on out, but the last time year for the festivities was in 1939 due to the onset of the war.

When considering the Third Reich, most people today only think about the fake Holocaust or the horrors of the war, but rarely do we get a glimpse into the German folk soul that arose during their brief freedom from jewish tyranny. It makes my heart break thinking about how Aryan beauty and culture would have flourished in the world had the Allies not utterly decimated the Germans at the behest of jewish capitalists and jewish communists.

The footage here is from the spectacular National Socialist pageant called the Day of German Art, held in München on the weekend of 14-16 July, 1939. The festival extolled the roots of Germanic culture down through the ages and the original German character, and reflect the power and grandeur of the Third Reich.

The Germanic tribes were brave, warlike, generous and noble minded; their pagan religion was based on the natural cycle and worship of the Sun as a symbol of ever renewed life — the meaning of the Swastika. Their cardinal virtues included: loyalty to the family and clan, heroism in the face of death, readiness for battle, and closeness to the soil. These warrior values of the Nordic spirit find symbolic expression in the Nibelungenlied and other sagas; in the cult of Valhalla, and in the Viking ships which expressed the fearlessness, love of adventure, of booty, and the freedom residing in the ancestral spirit. These Nordic sagas are in fact the religion of the Germanic people and a reminder of its unbroken racial continuity and strength.

Source: The Day of German Art

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National Socialist and Volkisch Runology

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“Dealing with the past – working with the National Socialist history in international exchanges”

Rather ambiguous????? if you look at the rest of the articles on their blog, not so much.



Call for applications 

German-Russian-Ukrainian Seminar


“Dealing with the past – working with the National   Socialist history in international exchanges” 


in Ravensbrück/Berlin, Germany

Background of the project

The way of how we deal with the National Socialist past is changing. This is not only due to new approaches in historical research which brought more differentiated views on the happenings of that time but is also a result of the societal changes. Among them the disappearing of the old generation who has experienced that time or has at least heard stories of that time by eye witnesses plays only a minor role. More important are the position of modern media in our daily life and the fact that a high number of members of our society do not have direct connection to this part of the history. These findings which do not only characterize the situation in Germany necessitate new approaches to deal with the topic of the National Socialist past. Not only do we need to re-think lecture like excursions to former concentration camps. We also need to find a way to create a space for individual stories, for each person’s own way of remembrance, and for the incorporation of new media. This is even more required as we need to counter the rise of nationalistic patterns which are trying to monopolize the remembrance in many places in Europe.

Main aims and objectives

  • to sensibilize for new approaches in dealing with the period of National Socialism
  • to enable the participants to reflect on their methods and to develop new ones for future international exchanges
  •                   to strengthen the exchange  and the networking between German, Russian & Ukrainian actors in field of remembrance of a common history
  •                   to encourage participants to develop mutual understanding and to develop a critical attitude towards their national remembrance policy


  • Getting to know the memorial site of the former concentration camp site Ravensbrück in detail by trying out different ways of formal and non-formal education
  • Developing an individual approach to the topic to bring together differing perspectives and experiences and discussing the influence of national narratives on our approaches towards the topic and to question the ascribed national roles often given by them
  • Setting a common base for a fruitful exchange related to the topic and the methods by finding common definitions of terms and exchanging experiences of applied approaches
  • Sharing ideas for innovative methods in relation to the topic which will be either prepared in advance by the participants or developed together during the seminar. They will be presented to the group and feedback will be given.
  • Visiting memorial sites in Berlin to gather more ideas for innovative approaches and to have a reality check on what was learned in Ravensbrück so far
  • Reflecting on best and worst practices to develop approaches which cope with latest scientific approaches and today’s societal challenges
  • Analyzing possibilities on how modern media can be used in international exchanges to give a platform for diverse ways of remembrance
  • Creating an online outcome of the seminar where different methods will be presented and which might serve as a nucleus of a future database of methods for international exchanges in memorial sites of National Socialism
  • Founding a base for future exchange on topic related issues and for common projects dealing with different ways of remembrance and different perspectives on the topic

All participants will be expected and stimulated to contribute to the discussions. They will all be asked to present their own examples of conflicts in their own country. After the training is completed we hope that the trained promoters will subsequently contribute to activities in their home country to promote peace and non-violence.

Recruitment of participants

All participants selected for this project must meet the following criteria:

  • be 18 years old or older
  • be able to work in English language
  • be interested in the training topics and have strong motivation to act as multiplier
  •        commit to implement the learned knowledge and skills in practice back home;
  • commit to report the content of the project to other activists of sending organisation;
  • commit to actively participate from beginning to the end

You will be informed of the decision on acceptance or not before end of September.

Financial and practical conditions of participation:

All costs of the programme in Ravensbrück and Berlin (including food, accommodation and training) will be covered by SCI Germany. You must arrange your own travel and pay for it yourself.


If you have any questions regarding the project and your application, do not hesitate to contact your sending organisation.

Application form

Please, send filled application form to before 20 of September 2016.

Download application here:

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Meanwhile in Belarus

Anti-Jew statements: In 1995, Lukashenko was accused of making a remark which praised Adolf Hitler: “The history of Germany is a copy of the history of Belarus. Germany was raised from ruins thanks to firm authority and not everything connected with that well-known figure Hitler was bad. German order evolved over the centuries and attained its peak under Hitler.” In October 2007, Lukashenko was accused of making anti-Semitic and anti-Israel comments; addressing the “miserable state of the city of Babruysk” on a live broadcast on state radio, he stated: “This is a Jewish city, and the Jews are not concerned for the place they live in. They have turned Babruysk into a pigsty. Look at Israel – I was there and saw it myself … I call on Jews who have money to come back to Babruysk.” Members of the US House of Representatives sent a letter to the Belarusian ambassador to the US, Mikhail Khvostov, addressing Lukashenko’s comments with a strong request to retract them, and the comments also caused a negative reaction from Israel. Consequently, Pavel Yakubovich, editor of Belarus Today, was sent to Israel, and in a meeting with the Israel Foreign Ministry said that Lukashenko’s comment was “a mistake that was said jokingly, and does not represent his positions regarding the Jewish people” and that he was “anything but anti-Semitic,” and had been “insulted by the mere accusation.” The Belarusian Ambassador to Israel, Igor Leshchenya, stated that the president had a “kind attitude toward the Jewish people”, and Sergei Rychenko, the press secretary at the Belarusian Embassy in Tel Aviv, said parts of Lukashenko’s comments had been mistranslated. On 4 March 2012, two days after EU leaders (including openly gay German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle) had called for new measures to pressure Lukashenko over alleged human rights abuses in Belarus at a summit in Brussels, Lukashenko provoked diplomatic rebuke from Germany after commenting that it was “better to be a dictator than gay” in response to Westerwelle having referred to him as “Europe’s last dictator” during the meeting.

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Building the British National Socialist Counter Culture


British Movement (British National Socialist Movement) is not part of mainstream politics and as such exists as a counter force to neo-liberalism and multiculturalism.
Developing and building a National Socialist alternative within British society is the primary objective for British Movement, and the creation and expansion of a National Socialist counter culture within White British communities is the priority.
 BM (BNSM) operates as an extra-parliamentary campaign organisation, not taking part in elections, but campaigning as a political pressure group and also as an NS cultural and White Identity propaganda organisation.
 Public demonstrations and propaganda activities are not enough and are just the very public face of
British Movement expressing a challenge to the political mainstream.
Opposition to immigration, asylum-seekers and Third World refugees is a starting block for gathering public support, the BNSM position is made clear through our literature and propaganda outlets; British Movement has always opposed non-white immigration into Britain; British Movement rejects multi-culturalism and the imposition of a multi-racial society on the British people; British Movement is totally opposed to race-mixing.
However opposition to immigration, migrants and the Third World invasion of Europe is only a starting position, it is a useful way to get ordinary members of the population thinking in terms of race, nationality, citizenship and ethnic identity.

The advertising industry has demonstrated that simple direct slogans are the easiest method of getting a message across and also the easiest for the general public to remember. Repetition of those basic slogans locks them into the public memory and builds up their association of those slogans with a specific organisation. With this in mind British Movement has repeatedly put out stickers and posters with the slogan “We Will Have Our Country Back!”
and more importantly “14 Words”
 “We must secure a future for White children and the existence of our people.”

There is no ambiguity in those slogans, it makes it clear to the reader that BM considers the future of our people and future generations of the White British to be under threat.
These simplistic slogans clearly challenge multi-culturalism and demand that the reader considers an alternative view point to the neo-liberal media version of a multi-racial, cosmopolitan future.
The BM propaganda message has to challenge the leftist notion that to resist racial integration is somehow wrong and that our folk must not be bullied into accepting a multi-cultural future by being afraid of being labelled a “racist”.

Campaigning Against Immigration And Multi-Culturalism Is Not Enough.

There Has To Be A Greater Vision And The Building Of A National Socialist Counter Culture Is  The Direction That British Movement Is Working Towards.
As one British Movement organiser has often said, “We build up our network like the pieces of a
 jig-saw puzzle. Although there might be gaps at first, as it grows and builds the picture becomes clearer and more permanent.”

Strength Through Joy
Entertainment, sporting and social events and the forming of sports clubs to offer alternatives to the politically committed and fringe supporters. While other organisations in the UK, such as Blood and Honour are actively working to develop an NS music/entertainment organisation, there is a crying need for much more in the broader field of entertainment and ideologically based social events.

Blood and Soil
Re-taking ‘Green politics’ and environmental campaigns from Left-wing control.
Building an NS and racial Nationalist environmental lobby and a wildlife and countryside education opportunity for White British children.
Land Projects and outdoor activities must become a key element in the British NS calendar.

Family and Folk / Folk Community Networks
Building a presence in urban communities, developing networks of community activists to draw ordinary people away from Left-wing dominated and Marxist controlled associations and neighbourhood groups.
British National Socialists need to play the ‘Reds’ at their own game and make “entry-ism” a tool in our political campaigning.
Infiltrate – Agitate- Influence – Organise.

British NS Social Welfare Support
Food and clothing banks to support unemployed White British families, couples and individuals including pensioners and the disabled. Replacing a reliance on the whims of the state or local authority by direct community involvement.

Building small businesses to provide employment and resources for both the Movement and its members and supporters.

All the above are essential to the building of a grass roots mass movement.
Instead of fighting election campaigns energy, effort and funds should be raised and channelled into all of the above developments and projects.

Building networks of NS activists across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Developing and expanding an ever wider range of propaganda of every media type; social media outlets, films, audio, publishing magazines, newspapers, leaflets, posters and stickers.

Getting the message out into people’s homes – building a presence in neighbourhoods is only a first step.

Engaging Women and Girls in Building
and Developing the British NS Alternative
is Vital to the Growth of the Counter Culture

National Socialist women are prime movers in building a Folk community.
Offering White families and children an alternative support network and family based social
and sporting activities can be a life-line to racially aware people seeking to avoid racially mixed or
ethnic minority dominated events and entertainment venues.
 This old National Socialist slogan was resurrected by British Movement in the late 1970’s and it is just as valid now. The flame still burns and the torch of British National Socialism is being carried on
The Young Wolf logo of the British Movement Youth Section
Bringing a younger generation of  British youngsters into National Socialism is a vital part of ensuring that the torch is passed on to future generations and the ideological flame keeps burning.
Setting the Agenda in the Public Mind……
Often the general public are so blinded by the power of television and mass media entertainment that they miss the obvious…… that the White British are being overtaken in their own country and that people need to wake up to what is going on in front of them.
Propaganda which puts an emphasis on the urgency of our situation and the need to act can be a real source for generating activism.
British Movement considers it vital that the slogans and symbols of our Movement become lodged in the public mind, so that when they see the Sunwheel or the Phoenix and Sunwheel emblem they register immediately ‘British Movement’ and they automatically know what BM stands for.

In the words of Sir Oswald Mosley;“THIS FLAME STILL BURNS!”

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