Merch Of The Month


As regular readers of ANS know, I do not sell anything  nor do I solicit donations. I do however, from time to time, spot light vender’s of Third Reich memorabilia whom are true believers, and offer quality products. Military Print is one of these, and I could not be more pleased with the items I recently received.

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Danzig 2


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peiper malmady road reduced

The prints are quite nice, as they come with a mat for only  £4.50.


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Nazi Dis-Illusion: Poems for the Man to Come…


This masterful and heroic work of prose, written for the Man to come, gives a proud and thunderous voice to the Sonnenmenschen – those reclusive Elites who are profoundly, in the very core of their souls, disillusioned with the decadence of the modern world. Through the power of the written word, this Initiatic work by Kristof von Kanwetzburg seeks to spiritually uplift the Hero thereby helping him to unravel and ultimately destroy the tangled web of demiurgic Illusion that has encompassed the earth since time immemorial. Though ‘Nazi Disillusion’ is not intended to be a follow-up to the author’s first book ‘National Socialism’, the reader should know that both works represent two well-connected poles on the same axis of thought. Whereas the author’s first book is a scholarly-ideological treatise outlining the fundamentals of a Weltanschauung, this second book – encompassing the literary realms of poetry, song, musings and dialogue – is unmistakably esoteric, representing von Kanwetzburg’s own poetic and spiritual maturity. The result is an author who has successfully integrated the literary realms of traditional National Socialist thought and Esoteric Hitlerism, thereby earning von Kanwetzburg well-warranted praise. In the words of one reviewer (L.D. Hosner): “Herr von Kanwetzburg writes with the scientific precision of a surgeon, guardian-like fury of a Berserker warrior and the sky-straddling passion of a true bard. He writes, in a word, as a Hyperborean.”

Published in: on May 6, 2018 at 2:13 am  Leave a Comment  

Adolf Hitler – two speeches in Berlin, 1 May 1938

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New German Anti-Semitism Minister Attacks AfD

World Jewish Congress panel on antisemitism in June 2017, with Felix Klein expounding at far right.

By Carolyn Yeager

FELIX KLEIN, THE JEW WHO HOLDS A NEWLY CREATED GOVERNMENT POST tasked with fighting antisemitism, said in remarks to online newsite on Thursday that the AfD (Alternative fuer Deutschland) tolerated party members calling for a new “culture of remembrance”.

“I don’t want to say the AfD is antisemitic, per se, but it tolerates representatives who are demanding a new policy of remembrance,” Klein said. “They initiated this discussion about drawing a line (under the Holocaust) and that is very dangerous because it helps make anti-semitism presentable again.”

It is Klein, of course, who is very dangerous because he has a high level post in Merkel’s government that he is already using to uphold the dominance of ‘holocaust’ guilt for Germans, and going after those who are tired of it after 70-plus years. He has a strong platform from which to go after duly elected representatives of the people who express pro-German rather than pro-Jewish views, while he himself is not elected, but appointed.

The “representative” spoken of being “tolerated” by the AfD is Björn Höcke, a state party leader in Thuringia whom I have written aboutseveral  times.

In June of last year, Klein spoke on a panel at the World Jewish Congress as the German Federal Foreign Office’s Special Representative for Relations with Jewish Organizations, and said that in his country, the “far right, according to the numbers, is the most important danger in terms of antisemitism.”

Klein’s post was created by Merkel’s conservatives and the left-wing Social Democrats as part of their coalition pact amid complaints from Germany’s small (but overly influential) Jewish community about what they see as rising levels of prejudice and hatred against themselves.

Klein told that he would raise the issue with the German Conference on Islam, and encourage Muslim groups across Germany to take on the fight against antisemitism.

“This would not only send an important signal, but would allow Muslim groups to ask for solidarity when a mosque or a woman wearing a head covering are attacked,” he said. What he means is, if Muslims support Jews, then Jews will support Muslims in a common fight against the Germans. They will win and Germans will lose.

And this insanely harmful government post was created under Angela Merkel. You can be sure she will very happily go along with a purging from the AfD of its most pro-German patriots. The Antisemitism Commissioner post was created to weaken the popularity of the AfD, and Klein knows what his job is.

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