Thai Girl Band BNK48 Love NAZIS

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One of Thailand’s most popular pop bands has apologized, after a member wore a T-shirt with a Nazi swastika on stage during a rehearsal.

Photos of BNK48 singer Pichayapa “Namsai” Natha with the shirt went viral this weekend, causing the Israeli embassy to express “shock and dismay”. Oy Vey!!

 

After seeing photos of the rehearsal, Israel’s deputy ambassador to Thailand Smadar Shapira, said: “Presenting Nazi symbols by the band’s singer hurt the feelings of millions around the world, whose relatives were murdered by the Nazis.”

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There was criticism of the band online, although some fans argued that they were also unaware of what Nazi symbols meant.

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The band has agreed to take part in an educational workshop on the Holocaust to raise awareness, Ms Shapira said on Twitter.

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Published in: on January 31, 2019 at 10:06 am  Leave a Comment  

Zionsville Students Give Nazi Salute

A photo posted to social media of students in Zionsville Community High School who appear to be giving the Nazi salute.

Zionsville Community High School officials are investigating after a picture posted on social media appeared to show students using a Nazi salute, Oy Vey!!

The photo, which was taken at the high school and posted to Instagram, was confirmed in an email sent to parents, staff and faculty Thursday night.

In the email, Zionsville Superintendent Scott Robison said a concerned student sent the photo to a teacher, who sent it to Robison.

Robison said the photograph is “sickening” to him and “beyond offensive to students, staff, parents, extended family members and to an inestimable number of people in the wider world.”

“Our school community’s efforts to foster cultural understanding will proceed, though they are set back mightily by this repugnant image,” Robison said in the email, Oy Vey!!

The photo shows 14 students, 10 of whom appear to be performing a Nazi salute. The photo also appears to show most of the students wearing the upper half of a soccer uniform for an indoor team called the Rumblin’ Bumblers. One student is in a Zionsville school jersey.

Fox59 reports the caption with the Instagram photo said: “Rumblin bumblers isn’t just a indoor soccer team, we are a cultural phenomenon.”

IndyStar has confirmed that the Rumblin’ Bumblers is a soccer team that played at Off The Wall Sports, an indoor soccer facility in Carmel. The team is also mentioned in the 2018 edition of the Zionsville Community High School yearbook, though it does not appear the team is directly affiliated with the school.

A Weebly website that appeared to be a page for the Rumblin’ Bumblers soccer team was taken down on Friday morning. Before it was removed, the site referenced multiple nicknames for its players. One nickname was “Judenschlau,” which means “clever Jew” in German. A second referenced an infamous hazing incident in Carmel. Another nickname was Albert Fish, an infamous child rapist, serial killer and cannibal.

Wait, what??? I am pretty sure this whole thing is staged by some “Judenschlau”

The website also used racist language and alluded to raping an opposing team. It is unclear if the website was made by the Rumblin’ Bumblers or when it was last modified.

In a photo posted to social network Google+ in 2014, a different set of students in Rumblin’ Bumblers uniforms appear in the same location within Zionsville Community High School. One appears to give a Nazi salute.

When reached for comment, Zionsville Community High School referred IndyStar to the district.

In an email at 9:43 a.m. Friday, Robison told IndyStar there is no new information to provide since his initial email to parents.

Lindsey Mintz, the executive director of the Indianapolis Jewish Community Relations Council, said though anti-Semitic incidents are starting to happen more frequently, she appreciates Zionsville Community Schools’ response to the photo so far. The organization added on Facebook that it will be working with the district.

The photo also sparked reaction from Hoosiers on social media, including state Sen. J.D. Ford, D-Indianapolis. Ford posted on Facebook that he supports Zionsville Community Schools investigating the photo, and that “hateful behavior is not tolerated in Indiana.” He added that he will continue to push for an “inclusive hate crimes bill.”

The Council on American-Islamic Relations also condemned the photo, writing on Facebook: “Incidents like this reflect a deep-seated ignorance and must be challenged through a curriculum that emphasizes diversity and exposes the painful historical significance of bigoted behavior.”

Ok, this is surely BS, and it is happening in cities across the nation. Recently in Dover New Hampshire we are to believe a school teacher has his class write a Jingle bell parody about the KKK. Right on cue the local papers front page covered the “outrageous racism” everyday for a month.

It needs to be understood that ,like mass shootings , these stories are fake, just an updated version of the swastika graffiti . Now that ((((they))) have many more actors in play you are going to be seeing this all the time until our freedom of speech is taken away  and those damn Nazis (read -Whites people) have their privileges revoked.

 

Published in: on January 31, 2019 at 9:42 am  Leave a Comment  

AfD Party Chairman is ‘beaten nearly to death’

A fGerman MP has been seriously injured in a ‘politically motivated’ gang attack in the north of the country.

Frank Magnitz, who leads the Bremen-branch of the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD), was assaulted in the city centre on Monday afternoon.

The AfD party published a photo of Magnitz lying injured on a hospital bed, claiming three masked men had hit the politician ‘with a piece of wood’ and fled the scene.

Party leader Joerg Meuthen said the 66-year-old was ‘beaten almost to death’ in a ‘cowardly and sickening’ attack.

The assault on Magnitz drew condemnation from across the German political spectrum, including from Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Frank Magnitz, an MP for the far-right Alternative for Germany party and chairman of the Bremen branch, was attacked by three masked men on Monday evening

Magnitz refused to blame 'the left' or 'Antifa' for the beating as he recovered in hospital, saying that 'it may have been a robbery'

Bremen police said they believe the attack was politically motivated and called for witnesses to the incident, which took place around 5.20pm on Monday near a theater in central Bremen.

Magnitz was beaten over the head with a not officially identified object, by at least three men wearing dark clothing and hoods or hats, who then fled, police said.

Two construction workers who were loading a car nearby found him lying on the ground and called an ambulance

‘They hit him with a piece of wood until he was unconscious and then kicked him on the ground,’ AfD said in a statement, adding that ‘today is a dark day for democracy in Germany.’

The party said Magnitz was ambushed after he left a Bremen newspaper’s new year’s reception.

‘It was clearly an attempt to murder Mr. Magnitz,’ AfD co-leader Alexander Gauland told reporters in Berlin.

‘This is the result of the ostracism and agitation AfD faces,’ he said, suggesting other parties were partly responsible for the attack because they had compared AfD to Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party.

Magnitz is associated with the extreme right of the party, including its firebrand leader in the eastern state of Thuringia, Bjoern Hoecke.

Magnitz told the dpa news agency he had been told he would need to remain hospitalized until the weekend and had little memory of the attack.

He added that while he had received threats, he hadn’t considered any of them concrete.

Chancellor Angela Merkel led cross-party condemnations of the assault, as her spokesman Steffen Seibert wrote on Twitter that the ‘brutal attack’ was ‘to be condemned sharply’.

‘Hopefully the police will succeed in catching the perpetrators quickly,’ he wrote.

AfD leader Joerg Meuthen tweeted that Magnitz was ‘beaten almost to death’ in a ‘cowardly and sickening’ attack.

Johannes Kahrs, an MP from the Social Democrats, junior partners in the ruling coalition, said ‘violence is never acceptable’ and that ‘extremism in any form is rubbish’. He wished Magnitz a quick recovery.

Cem Ozdemir of the opposition Greens party said he hoped those responsible could be ‘found and convicted soon’ and that, even against a far-right party, ‘nothing justifies violence’.

AfD is represented in all of Germany’s 16 state parliaments. It entered the national parliament in 2017 and is currently the biggest opposition party there.

The party took 10 percent of the vote in Bremen in the 2017 national election, below its nationwide result of 12.6 percent.

Bremen is not considered an AfD stronghold, unlike three states in Germany’s ex-communist east that hold regional votes in September and October.

The party claims there have been ‘hundreds’ of attacks against its officers and members since its founding in 2013.

Last week, an explosive device detonated in a rubbish bin damaged an AfD office in Saxony. Three suspects were detained.

And last weekend in Lower Saxony, the home of a local AfD politician was targeted with graffiti and a party office was attacked with a paint bomb.

Published in: on January 27, 2019 at 4:51 am  Leave a Comment  

Russians Hoped That Hitler Would Free Them

Orthodox cross procession in Northwest Russia, 1942.  The Germans opened the churches closed by the Bolsheviks and were well received by a religious peasantry.

To put it briefly: Ethnic Russians were much less loyal to the Soviet regime in their encounters with the German occupiers than historians have believed up to now.

This is the story told by UiO researcher Johannes Due Enstad, who has recently published a book about the German occupation of Northwest Russia during World War 2.

After World War II the Soviet Union created a grandiose history of how all the inhabitants of the Soviet Union were loyal to the regime and formed a common front against the Germans in the “Great Patriotic War”.

It has been common knowledge for a long time that this is an untrue story, because many Baltic and Ukrainian people despised the Bolshevik regime. At the same time, western historians have largely agreed that the ethnic Russians were loyal to the Stalin regime when the Germans invaded the Soviet Union in 1941.

According to Enstad, who is a post-doc at the Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages at the University of Oslo, it is time to crack this myth apart. In a book recently published by the academic publishers Cambridge University Press, he addresses which side the people of Northwest Russia chose during the German occupation.

“This area can, in both historical and geographical terms, be seen as a Russian core area and has been part of the Soviet state since the revolution. Nevertheless people – especially the peasants in the countryside, who accounted for 90% of the population – were much less loyal to the regime and the Soviet state than has been thought,” explains Enstad.

Gave Christmas gifts to the occupiers

Something that happened in December 1941, six months after the start of the German occupation, illustrates the positive reaction quite well. During that time people from some of the small villages collected several thousand woollen socks, mittens and felt boots as Christmas gifts for the German soldiers.

Inside one of the socks there was a note signed by a Russian by the name of Mikhail Nikiforov:

“I am sending these socks as a gift to the invincible German army and pray that you defeat the Bolsheviks so that they are eradicated forever, and also for a quick victory and a safe journey home”.

“This is just one of a number of similar sources expressing a hope that the Germans would defeat the Soviet regime and contribute to a better life for the Russians,” Enstad explains and adds:

“At the same time we can note that the Germans were wished a safe journey home. No-one wanted them to stay and take over the country. This shows there was some patriotism here, but this was primarily linked to the Russian fatherland and not the Soviet regime.”

“Adolf Hitler the liberator”

But why did so many Russians show such a benevolent attitude towards the occupation force?
“Stalin had failed to generate a strong bond of faith between the Russian peasants and the regime. On the contrary, he was much hated by many peasants who had seen their lives go from bad to worse because of the collective farming the regime had implemented with great brutality,” Enstad explains.

A source from the book puts it like this:

“My forefathers were prosperous farmers; the Bolsheviks made them into slaves and beggars”.

From 1929 onwards, the farmers were forced into collective farms – kolkhozes – often under slave-like conditions. Kulaks – affluent farmers – should be eliminated as a social class, according to Stalinist ideology.

This policy also hit hard in Northwest Russia. During the period 1930-1933, there were more than 125,000 farmers in the area who lost their citizenship rights, were deported to Siberia or were simply shot. The policy also led to a disaster for the harvests; there were famines in 1936-1937 and during the winter of 1940.

I 1937-1938 the “Great Terror” arrived, where Stalin, in an unbelievably brutal fashion, acted to get rid of all who might be thought of or imagined as opponents of the regime.

Given such a backdrop, it is possible to understand why so many Russians put their trust in the Germans. One good example is a letter written to “Der Führer” by the inhabitants of three small villages in the autumn of 1941:

“We give our most sincere thanks for liberating us from Stalin’s lackeys and collective farms. On the 10th of July the German Armed Forces – your Wehrmacht – freed us from the yoke of the dammed communists, the political leaders and the Stalinist government. […] We will fight against the communists together with your troops. We give thanks to the German Army for our liberty […] and ask that this message is delivered to our liberator Adolf Hitler.”

Dissolved the collective farms

When the Red Army and the party apparatus fled from Northwest Russia, the farmers claimed their rights and dissolved the collective farms. Further south, in the fertile black earth region, the Germans maintained the collectives, so as to stay in control of the rich crops. In the North West region, where the earth was less fertile, they accepted the dissolution and introduced a “semi-private” agriculture.

According to Enstad, this German agricultural policy was the main reason why the positive attitude to the occupants lasted as long as it did.

During the winter of 1941-1942, there was famine in a number of areas close to the front line and the population of Leningrad suffered greatly. However, behind the front line – and especially in the countryside – it is believed that a large part of the population had better access to food than was the case prior to the German invasion.

“This was due to the private farms being more efficient and the fact that it was difficult for the Germans to control the agricultural production in detail. It was easier for the farmers to hide part of the crops than it had been earlier”, says Enstad.

A Russian journalist, who travelled in the occupied areas, expressed it like this:

“Compared to the ‘government for the workers and the farmers’, the Germans were simply dilettantes when it came to the art of plundering the countryside”.

“Many sources interviewed after the war tell us that, in a material sense too, they were better off during the German occupation than during the years after the Germans were chased into retreat,” says Enstad.

Russian Orthodox renaissance

Another reason for the relative popularity of the occupiers was their policy on religion. They re-opened the churches the Soviet regime had closed, something which caused something close to a religious renaissance for the Russian Orthodox church and a real revival movement in parts of the occupied areas.

“This shows that the Stalinist oppression of the church in no way managed to break the religiousness in the peasant populations. The Russian Orthodox faith was still a completely central part of their identity,” Enstad explains.

He says that many priests openly supported the occupants and prayed for a German victory in their sermons.

“At the same time this acted as a double-edged sword for the Germans. Opening the churches led to increasing Russian nationalism and a growing feeling that the Russians should not live under the rule of strangers,” he says.

Rich source material

Enstad’s sources are in the main first-hand sources collected from German and Russian state archives.

“These were reports by the German military units responsible for the occupied areas and intelligence from Russian partisans operating behind the German lines,” explains the researcher.

German and Russian reports gave a totally opposite picture of the mood of the population, however, in Enstad’s opinion, there are good reasons to believe that the German sources were closer to the truth.

“The Germans reported in a Prussian, matter of fact style, being open about both progress and setbacks. The partisans, however, reported using an idealised image of what was desired, exaggerated the number of Germans killed and generally expressed what they knew Moscow wanted to hear – that all Soviet citizens were loyal to the state.

Enstad also used diaries, memoirs and interviews, conducted after the war, with people who experienced the German occupation of Northwest Russia. These sources also show that the Germans were given a much warmer welcome than both Soviet propaganda and western historians have claimed.

Changing mood in autumn 1943

With what we now know about the Nazi view of the Russians as Slavic “subhumans” and about the plans to use Eastern Europe as “Lebensraum” – living space – for the German thousand-year Reich, the Russian reactions to the invasion may appear to be naive.

However, Enstad emphasises that they did not know then what we know today. And even if many got to hear about atrocities like the murder of Jews, gypsies and the mentally ill, there were also many who just brushed the stories of German brutality aside as Bolshevik propaganda. Russians were used to being fed information that they could not trust from the Soviet state.

For Russians who were living under an unspoken but constant threat of being deported to Siberia for having done something that could be interpreted as opposition to the regime, the risk of being coerced into slavery by the Germans was in reality not anything new.

But little by little, many realised that Hitler was not much better than Stalin. A particularly deep impression was provided by the inhuman treatment of Russian prisoners of war: tens of thousands starved to death in prison camps in Northwest Russia during the first months of 1942.

“Nevertheless there was no marked change in the Russians’ view of the occupiers until the autumn of 1943, when it became more and more clear that a German retreat was coming. There was then a marked increase in the passive and active opposition to the occupiers”, says Enstad.

He is of the opinion that when people live in an area where two warring factions are fighting for mastery, it is natural to adapt to the one that is in power at any given time – and avoid confrontation as far as is humanly possible.

“Even so, this ‘calculated pragmatism’ cannot fully explain the positive reception the Germans received from large parts of the population in occupied Northwest Russia. This was first and foremost due to the great discontent with the Stalin regime and the peasants were hoping that the Germans would remove the Bolsheviks from power,” says Enstad.

Published in: on January 27, 2019 at 4:42 am  Leave a Comment  

We three Were like Brothers

we three were like brothers
grown up in the same small place
and when the big war came
he tore us away
as a volunteer on the oftfront
we swore solemnly
never to separate us in need and danger
helmut, willhelm and me

and then the day da helmut died
somewhere in deep russia
The wooden cross was only a few days
His grave is unknown today
he was so tired from the long march
through the cold winter night
set under a tree and fell asleep
never woke up again

helmut and willhelm, can you hear me?
only for you i sing this song
I hope you are in one place now
where there are no tears
and no hunger and no pain
no cold, no hostiles
for a place at the table of the heroes
at the big army

and then it met willhelm
a bullet tore his leg
I still hear him in the night
crying for his mother
she appeared to him in feverish delusion
stroked his hair for the last time
she never knew
how terribly long his death was

Now I'm sitting here as an old man
a long time
and I hope you can hear me
wherever you are
if I still have a wish free
then I wished
I would have fallen with you then
and not so lonely here now
Published in: on January 27, 2019 at 4:29 am  Leave a Comment  

French “Holocaust Denier” Jailed For “Anti-Semitic” Comments

Alain Soral

By John Friend

Alain Soral, a right-wing French political dissident, was recently sentenced to one year in jail for “insulting a judge” and making “anti-Semitic” comments on his own personal website, underscoring once again the threat the organized Jewish community and their lackeys pose to the traditional Western concepts of free speech and thought.

The Jewish Telegraph Agency reports:

French Holocaust Denier Jailed

A French court sentenced far-right Holocaust denier Alain Soral to one year in prison for insulting a judge and making anti-Semitic comments on Soral’s website.

On the site, which is called “Equality and Reconciliation,” Soral wrote that Jews “are manipulative, domineering and hateful,” the French news agency AFP reported from Thursday’s sentencing at the Correctional Tribunal of Bobigny just northeast of Paris.

Soral, 60, has been convicted multiple times of incitement to hatred due to his anti-Semitic comments over the years. His previous conviction was in December in a defamation case. The Paris Court of Appeal slapped him with a $4,500 fine for producing and selling on his website a poster targeting Jews.

“We will continue to prosecute Mr. Soral as long as he makes anti-Jewish remarks,” said attorney Ilana Soskin, representing the International League Against Racism and Anti-Semitism, which brought the latest complaint against Soral.

To be honest, I’m not too familiar with Soral or his views, largely because I do not speak or read French. I do know he is often associated with Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, an Afro-French “anti-Semitic” comedian and political dissident that has also been demonized and targeted by the organized Jewish community. I have written about the persecution of Dieudonné the past:

Once again we see the organized Jewish community demanding political correctness and obedient, slavish acceptance of their false, artificially manufactured version of WWII, as if the people of France are incapable of thinking for themselves.

This is typical Jewish behavior: the Jews are always behind tyrannical anti-free speech, anti-free thought measures. The Jews have managed to enact “Holocaust denial” and “anti-racism” (read: anti-White) laws in numerous European countries, literally criminalizing independent thought and political expression – particularly for White European peoples.

Whatever it is Soral recently wrote and said, it clearly has the organized Jewish community in France – and I’m sure around the world – typically howling and screeching for censorship, punishment, and revenge. How dare a Frenchman question the Jews and their anti-White, highly weaponized historical and contemporary narratives in 2019!

Tragically, we’ve seen one White dissident after another be targeted and persecuted by the Jews and their puppets for simply expressing their political and historical views. Soral is facing a jail sentence, similar to the heroic dissidents across the West that have been persecuted in recent years: Ursula HaverbeckMonika and Alfred SchaeferAlison ChablozSylvia Stolz, and many, many others.

In the US, countless Alt Right activists and other pro-White figures have been tyrannically persecuted by local, state, and federal prosecutors simply for engaging in legitimate exercises of free speech. The oppressive legal actions taken against these and no doubt countless other pro-White, “anti-Semitic” dissidents are almost exclusively the result of Jewish ethnic organizing and lobbying efforts.

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Published in: on January 22, 2019 at 3:43 am  Leave a Comment  

Adolf Hitler on National Socialism and World Relations in 1937

Hitler delivered an important speech in the German Reichstag on January 30, 1937 as Führer and Chancellor. It was published under the title “On National Socialism and World Relations.”

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Some passages from the text-

“The main plank in the National Socialist program is to abolish the liberal concept of the individual and the Marxist concept of humanity and to substitute therefore the folk community, rooted in the soil and bound together by the bond of its common blood. A very simple statement; but it involves a principle that has tremendous consequences.”

“[…] of all the tasks which we have to face, the noblest and most sacred for mankind is that each racial species must preserve the purity of the blood which God has given it.”

“…one error that cannot be remedied once men have made it … failure to recognize the importance of conserving the blood and the race free from intermixture …

It is not for men to discuss the question of why Providence created different races, but rather to recognize the fact that it punishes those who disregard its work of creation.”

“It will prevent the Jewish people from intruding themselves among all the other nations as elements of internal disruption, under the mask of honest world citizens, and thus gaining power over these nations.”

“The people—the race—is the primary thing. Party, State, Army, the national economic structure, Justice, etc, all these are only secondary and accidental. They are only the means to the end and the end is the preservation of this nation.”

“It is absolutely necessary that this principle should be practically recognized; for that is the only way in which men can be saved from becoming the victims of a devitalized set of dogmas in a matter where dogmas are entirely out of place.”

 

“For the folk-community does not exist on the fictitious value of money but on the results of productive labor, which is what gives money its value.

“This production, and not a bank or gold reserve, is the first cover for a currency. And if I increase production, I increase the real income of my fellow-citizens. And if I reduce production, I reduce that income, no matter what wages are paid out.”

“The whole body of our German education, including the press, the theater, the cinema and literature, is being controlled and shaped today by men and women of our own race. Some time ago one often heard it said that if Jewry were expelled from these institutions they would collapse or become deserted. And now what has happened? In all those branches cultural and artistic activities are flourishing. Our films are better than ever before and our theatrical productions today in our leading theaters stand supreme and alone in comparison with the rest of the world. Our press has become a powerful instrument to help our people in bringing their innate faculties to self-expression and assertion, and by so doing it strengthens the nation. German science is active and is producing results which will one day bear testimony to the creative and constructive will of this epoch.”

“I should like to state that, complete German sovereignty and equality having now been restored, Germany will never sign a treaty which is in any way incompatible with her honor; with the honor of the nation and of the Government which represents it; or which otherwise is incompatible with Germany’s vital interest and therefore in the long run cannot be kept.

I believe that this statement will be understood by all.”

 

Published in: on January 22, 2019 at 3:35 am  Leave a Comment  

Be More than Appear

Source: SS Leitheft, Year 8, Issue 7, Christmas 1942

A Word about Our World-View Style

We deem it a good sign that the enemy scatters leaflets over air-threatened regions that are directed against the Waffen-SS. The opponent has always jabbed where he presumes the strongest clamps of the Reich idea, and we consider it an honor to be viewed as the most passionate representatives of an uncompromising and clear National Socialist line. After all, no one has in seriousness come up with the idea that over there in the east the fight is about the greater honor and expansion of any religious institution. Everybody knows the Waffen-SS is deployed at the foremost front precisely because there Germandom defends Europe’s culture ground and with the military victory the decision will also be made over Europe’s reconstruction and rejuvenation from the Germanic world-view.

Clarity and Responsibility

This consciousness, however, includes a high responsibility. Whatever groups or individuals in our folk may have serious thoughts about the world-view or religious rejuvenation, they do not bear the leadership and the responsibility for the employment of the spiritual weapons, rather the Führer and the movement’s leading men. The SS, as the order of German men sworn to the Führer, shares a substantial portion of this responsibility and is proud to be recognized by friend and foe as the bearer of a clear political and ideological line.

The German claim to Europe’s leadership has as a prerequisite a complete clarity of world-view thought. We are aware that a folk cannot be really led by divided and unclear men, rather only by uncompromisingly clear thinking, courageous and at the same time real-politically acting men. No one may surpass us in clarity and goal-orientation of will, and if anybody may confuse an occasional restraint with inner insecurity, then he makes the same mistake that part of the German public once made in complete underestimation of the real power relationships of the movement.

The Soldierly Style

The style of our world-view is first and foremost determined by Prussian-German soldierdom. It is disciplined, simple, clear and simply not transferrable to people who are not deeply serious by what they say. Our world-view is above all not lofty. The soldier like the political soldier of the movement experiences danger with open eyes. His senses are sharpened. He does not speak of his deeds. When necessary, he suffers death without word and without complaint. His inner relationship to the creator of all things is simple and clear – and requires no intermediary. From him he receives life, and he gives his life back into his great order. He knows no one will help him, not even God, if he does not fight his own way out of distress and death. The German trust relationship between man and God has always remained the same through the centuries despite clouding through alien motifs of reverence and fear and shines bright and clear especially in difficult moments. That makes the German man so calm, so fearless and so unconcerned. The soldierly virtues are the main part of our world-view. Who has not passed through the school of the movement and of the army, through this self-evident fulfillment of duty, discipline and hardness against himself, is not authorized to take spiritual responsibility for our folk. There are no moral norms without deep, faith-based background. An army that without clear world-view just outwardly affirms these norms could at best present a well-drilled troop, which must however fail in a modem war where clarity and independence are demanded.

A second thing is hence decided: The relationship of the German to his Lord God has its main point in the spiritual and not in external forms. That is very decisive for the whole spiritual work within the SS, for our communal hours and especially for our celebrations. One should not forget that the great Germanic protest that arose from the ground of Central Europe against the church came not in the least from the different kind of Nordic style-feeling, which rejects any cult that is not the expression of a simple and natural religiosity. The protest has to rise again, if somewhere in the movement unclear men unburdened with responsibility would attempt to shift the emphasis in the sense of what was once overcome for always. The life of the Germanic man in his creative world, in his family and his folk, is so full of deep relationships that it requires no spiritual compulsion and no magic to peel out the simple religious core of his world-view.

A Good Core in a Rough Shell

It is a fundamental mistake to believe that the soldierly bearing, which in contrast to other European folks has a downright mythical significance in our folk, is not compatible with inner fineness and sensitivity, which are necessary for the faith- related leadership of our folk. In the Prussiandom of Frederick the Great the harshness and dryness of the external form entered into a downright unique connection with the inner richness and musicality of the German soul. One should read the letters and essays of Prussian statesmen and soldiers in order to recognize what loftiness and what fine feeling can hide behind a harsh and bare eternal form. On Germanic soil the final inner things downright require a certain covering through external reserve and sparseness of expression. German man cannot daily hawk his most valuable possession. Precisely in this sphere the slogan is true: “Be more than appear.” He knows that which one may designate chastity toward religious things. The less he speaks of it, the more they determine his action. One should not deceive himself; this external reserve has nothing to do with artistic emptiness. On the contrary: The intellectual and artistic history of our folk has given evidence of that inexhaustible richness that slumbers in Europe’s most soldierly nation and has again and again become the source of rejuvenation of other folks.

The inside, that so closes off itself, does not age so easily. An eternal youthfulness, light and clarity shine out to us from our folk’s history. It enables ever new resurrection after the most difficult catastrophes. What is presented to us as hardness and bareness is in reality the eternal youthful strength of a folk that surrounds itself with a rough and hard shell, through which dew-fresh, green twigs and leaves break again and again.

Cleanliness and Self-Criticism

Fundamentally, no kind of fantasy world is compatible with the purity and cleanliness of this bearing. Our time is too serious and too hard for us to again revive long overcome mistakes. Many so-called faith-teachings of the present have failed because they jumbled up fantastic, utopian images and scientific knowledge. Primitiveness of thought is no proof for religious and world-view leadership. Primitiveness should also not be confused with naturalness and with a thinking that is directed by natural instincts. For our scientific work is an indispensable component of the cleanliness and clarity of spiritual bearing. We affirm scientific knowledge and see no other way that with our senses and the categories of our thought to penetrate ever deeper into nature. Whoever denies this Faustian drive of German man is a romantic or Utopist and is filled with deep mistrust of the created world, to which our senses and our knowing also belong. We are, however, of the view that every fertile work stems from the belief in a natural world order, confirms it with its knowledge and again flows into it.

That is the light, courageous and disciplined spirit with which we approach the research of the Germanic roots of our folk. May it determine the style of our political and religious life.

Wilhelm Gschwend

 

Published in: on January 22, 2019 at 2:35 am  Leave a Comment  

Jakiw Palij Dies at 95 In German Custody

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The Ruthenian from Galicia, Jakiw Palij, whom had lost his homeland when the German Army had lost World War II, and  had come to The United States on a special visa established for people suffering from this devastating consequence of war, died yesterday.

In 2002, the Department of Justice moved to deport him after repeated pressure from Jewish groups and the protracted legal battle which ensued came to a close in September when he was removed from  his home by force and flown to Germany, which had no legal right to accept him as he is neither German , nor had broken any German laws. Yesterday, in Ahlen,  this kind old man  met his end, and the Tulmudic press from around the western world celebrate it with this kind of predictable hatred.

“It’s the closure survivors of the Holocaust needed,” said former Assemblyman Dov Hikind. “It also goes to show that our efforts in seeking justice were not in vain, and reinforces our commitment to ridding the world of any last vestige of Nazism regardless of where it may exist. He certainly did not deserve to die on blessed American soil, but rather in a country closer to where he committed his abhorrent crimes.”

I ask you to light a candle for Jakiw Palij and pray that he now has the peace he was deprived for so many years .

For more information on his life and and the hardship he endured paste his name into the American National Socialist search bar.

Published in: on January 11, 2019 at 10:02 am  Leave a Comment