14 Apr 1941


Nordafrika, Flakgeschütz

Australian infantry outside Tobruk, Libya reported the sighting of a number of “long-barrelled guns on strange carriages”. This was the first indication that the Germans were deploying the dreaded 88-mm anti-tank gun in the Western Desert.

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German Mayors Protest Neo-Nazi Festival Celebrating Hitler’s birthday


Dozens of German mayors signed a joint declaration on Friday as an act of protest against a neo-Nazi music festival set to take place in the eastern town of Ostritz on April 20 to mark the birthday of Adolf Hitler.

The Shield and Sword Festival is scheduled to begin on April 20, the birthday of Adolf Hitler, in Ostritz in Saxony.

Polish and German nationalists identified a common enemy and  the aim of the Blood and Honor movement is the livelihood of the white race and the fight for  Aryan cultural tradition.


A message from the festival organizers. –

Dear inhabitants of Ostritz, dear fellow citizens and neighbors!

As you have already learned from the medial waves, our festival will take place from 20.04. until 21.04.2018  on the grounds of the Hotel Neisseblick. We are pleased to have brought this event to our hometown. Even if due to the premature release of the venue, as well as the questionable initiative of various institutions, our city receives more attention than necessary.

Certain forces in our country have leased the outrage and counter-protest, against anything that does not fit into their eccentric ideology, and try to profile themselves at the expense of the citizens and their security.

Once again the citizens should be stretched before the carts of these left-wing ideologues! The tax money that would have been misappropriated would be in better hands, for example during the renovation of the war memorial (Hutberg), the gym or the clubs.

There are quite critical voices regarding the security in Ostritz loud, if you observed “counter-events” of the left camp in recent years. However, we know that our police are in control and that left-wing violence will not stand a chance. Rather, Ostritz will be the safest place in Saxony this weekend, with no theft and burglaries that are otherwise on the agenda. Only an increased traffic volume in the direction of “Neißeblick” will lead to adverse effects on our part.

We would therefore like to thank you for your understanding as well as the hospitality and support shown. Especially for the help of the various craft companies and the receptiveness of the many pensions and hotels in the region, which despite official request not to allow national guests to rent, have recognized the opportunity for the region and tourism and now offer our boys and girls  rooms.

For this reason, we would like to ask all true Easterners, who are much under-noticed in the media, to attend our festival on Friday evening or on Saturday. If they identify themselves as real Ostritzer at the entrance, they are donation-free our guest and can make themselves on-site a picture of our political will. Incidentally, this festival is a cross party. Many parties, organizations and associations will introduce themselves.Visit us and make yourself a picture on site. We look forward to you!


Of course, we will be providing stalls for you from all areas of national politics and national shipping.

Parties and political organizations from Germany and Europe, Battle of the Nibelungen, NPD Material Service, Erik and Sons, Werkcode, German department store, APF, Ansgar Aryan, Nordlandverlag, NS Today, Front Records, and many more will be there to inform about their political activities ,
For your physical well-being, comrades will take care of the whole weekend. In addition to many beer and wine stalls will also grill specialties and a baguette wait for you. Our culinary products at the Shield and Sword Festival have been freshly produced exclusively by comrades in the area.

Your Ostritzer shield and sword crew


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Ernst Zundel interviews David Irving

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Oswald Mosley-100 Questions


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Adolf Hitler on ‘The Majority Principle’


Passage from Mein Kampf .

SEVERAL VOLUMES WOULD BE NEEDED IF ONE WERE TO GIVE an adequate account of all its hollow fallacies. But if we pass over the details and look at the product itself while in operation, I think this alone will sufffice to open the eyes of even the most innocent and naive person, so that he may recognize the absurdity of this institution by looking at it objectively.

This human aberration is as harmful as it is absurd. In order to see this, the best and easiest method is to compare democratic parliamentarianism with a genuine German democracy.

The remarkable characteristic of the parliamentary form of democracy is the fact that a number of persons, let us say 500—these days, including women also—are elected to parliament and invested with authority to give final judgment on everything. In practice, they alone are the governing body; for although they may appoint a cabinet that outwardly seems to direct state affairs, this cabinet has no real existence of its own. In reality this so-called government can’t do anything against the will of the assembly. It can never be called to account for anything, since the right of decision is not vested in the cabinet but in the parliamentary majority. The cabinet always functions only as the executor of the will of the majority. Its political ability can be judged only by how far it succeeds in adapting to the will of the majority, or in persuading the majority to agree to its proposals.

But this means it must descend from the level of a real governing power to that of a beggar, one who has to beg for the approval of a majority. Indeed, the main job of the cabinet is to secure for itself the favor of the majority then in power or, failing that, to form a new majority that will be more favorably disposed. If it should succeed in either of these efforts, it may go on ‘governing’ for a little while. If it should fail to win or form a majority, it must resign.

For all practical purposes, responsibility is abolished.

The consequences of such a state of affairs can easily be understood from the following simple considerations:

Those 500 deputies who have been elected by the people come from various dissimilar callings in life; they show widely varying degrees of political capacity, with the result that the whole picture is incoherent and deplorable. Surely nobody believes that these elected representatives of the nation are the choice spirits or first-class intellects! […]

The absurd notion that men of genius are born out of universal suffrage cannot be too strongly repudiated. In the first place those times may be really called blessed when one genuine statesman appears among a people. Such statesmen don’t appear by the hundreds or more. Secondly, the broad masses instinctively display a definite antipathy towards every outstanding genius. […]

Throughout world history, exceptional events have mostly been due to the driving force of an individual personality.

But here, 500 persons of sub-par intellectual qualities pass judgment on the most important problems affecting the nation. They form governments, that in turn learn to win the approval of the illustrious assembly for every legislative step—which means that the policy to be carried out is actually the policy of the 500.

And that’s just what it usually looks like.

But let’s pass over the intellectual qualities of these representatives and ask what is the nature of the task set before them. If we consider the fact that the problems to be addressed are variable and diverse, we can very well realize how inefficient a governing system must be that entrusts the right of decision to a mass assembly, one in which only very few possess the requisite knowledge and experience to properly deal with the matters. The most important economic measures are submitted to a tribunal in which not more than 10 percent have studied economics. […]

The same holds true of every other problem. It’s always a majority of ignorant and incompetent people who decide on each measure. The composition of the institution does not change, while the problems to be dealt with come from the most varied spheres of public life. An intelligent judgment would be possible only if different deputies had the authority to deal with different issues. It’s out of the question to think that the same people are qualified to decide on transportation questions as well as, say, on questions of foreign policy—unless each is a universal genius. But scarcely more than one true genius appears in a century.

Here we are scarcely ever dealing with real thinkers, but only with dilettantes who are as narrow-minded as they are conceited and arrogant—intellectual prostitutes of the worst kind. That’s why these honorable gentlemen show such astonishing levity in debating matters that would demand the most painstaking consideration, even from great minds. Measures of momentous importance for the future existence of the state are discussed in an atmosphere more suited to the card-table. Indeed, the latter would be a much more fitting occupation for these gentlemen than that of deciding the destinies of a race.


Of course, it would be unfair to assume that every member in such a parliament was endowed by nature with such a small sense of responsibility.

No,by no means.

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