The Heretics’ Hour: Jewish Rule in Morgenthau Plan & Nuremberg Tribunals

February 21, 2011

Henry Morgenthau
Henry Morgenthau

Guest Dr. Andreas Wesserle comments on the spirit of hatred at the heart of the “Justice” meted out after WWII. Topics include:

  • U.S. Treasury Secretary, Henry Morgenthau, Jr. hatched the vicious, vengeful Morgenthau Plan for the post-war “pastoralization,” de-industrialization and abject subjugation of the German people;
  • Nuremberg “trials” were about revenge and empire-building;
  • America gained permanent political control of Germany;
  • “Holocaust” claims became basis of German law;
  • Kellogg-Briand Pact did not outlaw aggressive war, as is now claimed.

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The Heretics’ Hour: The Roosevelt Legacy on World History

November 29, 2010

FDR after signing Japan war declaration

FDR at ease and pleased after signing war declaration against Japan, 1941. Enlarge.

Dr. Andreas Wesserle discusses with Carolyn the malign influence of “Frankie” Roosevelt on 20th Century power politics. Topics include:

  • Teddy and Franklin Roosevelt shared a “flighty” mentality and competitive view of Germany;
  • War preparation began in 1933; read Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace, ed. by Harry Elmer Barnes;
  • Roosevelt strategized for war with Japan to gain control of the Pacific;
  • King George’s briefcase contained FDR’s war promises;
  • Roosevelt’s controversial recognition of the Soviet Union in 1933;
  • Adolf Hitler’s goals didn’t include a world empire;
  • Pearl Harbor was the traumatic event that has kept American people in state of hysteria.

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The Heretics’ Hour: Slavs and non-Slavs in Eastern Europe

November 22, 2010

Andreas Wesserle

Prague-born Andreas Wesserle, with a PhD in Political Science, International Studies and History, explains the make-up, or mix-up, of national groups in this contentious area. Topics include:

  • Kollar and the Pan-Slav Conference of 1848;
  • Distinctions among the Poles, Lithuanians, Hungarians, Czechs and Romanians;
  • Polish expansionism from 1919-1939 resulted in cruel persecutions and forced flight of one and a half million Germans; also Hungarians, Ukranians and others;
  • Migration west to east since 12th century brought commerce, culture and new creativity into the eastern regions;
  • Influence of Holy Roman Empire on German national character;
  • And more.

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The Heretics’ Hour: Devastated Germany, 1946-52

November 1, 2010

Dr. Andreas Wesserle, a Carpathian German expellee, remembers the struggle to survive in a devastated post-war Germany. Topics include:

  • School took place without teachers, textbooks or electricity;
  • Food rations miniscule —pickled mutton, anyone?
  • Cramped barracks housing with no toilets or running water lasted for years;
  • Substitution of Deutschmark for Reichsmark wiped-out average Germans;
  • Nation’s manufacturing equipment carted off by Brits, French, Russians;
  • Millions died, mainly of starvation and exposure.

Photo caption (above right): Frankfurt, Germany: As a truckload of decayed food enters the main garbage disposal area in Frankfurt, destitute Germans clamber over it, trying to find some edibles to supplement their meager diet. Much of the waste comes from the U.S. Army cold storage plant in the city. Since these people have no valuables or money with which to trade in the black market, they have to root like animals. [Credit: U.S. Army Signal Corp Photo from Acme – 12/15/47]

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The Heretics’ Hour: Dr. Andreas Wesserle on the German “holocaust,” 1944-46

October 25, 2010

Dr. Andreas Wesserle

Special two-hour program! Topics include:

  • History of the region & persecution of minorities;
  • Arrival of the partisans; terrorism in German Slovakia;
  • Saved by an SS police detachment, move to Prague;
  • American bombs and violence by Czechs;
  • Flight to the new German border;
  • Life as refugees in Bavaria.

Andreas Wesserle emigrated to the U.S. with his parents in 1952, to Chicago and then Milwaukee. He began college at North Park University, then to Marquette, Univ. of Wisconsin and Southern Ill. Univ., eventually earning four degrees: in Political Science, History, Sociology, and Urban Planning. He taught Political Science, History and History of US Foreign Policy at seven universities in this country and in Europe, including the Univ. of Munich. He’s the author of many hundreds of publications and commentaries. He lives today with his wife in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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The Heretics’ Hour: Interview with Dr. Andreas Wesserle

October 18, 2010

Dr. Andreas Wesserle

Topics include:

  • Elie Wiesel Cons The World sends letters to Boston University;
  • Completion of Sobibór summary: thousands of Dutch and French Jews sent there showed up later in Ukraine and Lithuania;
  • Andreas Wesserle describes his teaching career and some of his writings since emigrating to the United States from war-torn, refugee-filled West Germany with his parents in 1952. Born in Prague, he was a member of the Karpatendeutsche community in Slovakia and experienced the tyranny of the partisans in Sept. 1944.

To purchase Dr. Wesserle’s booklet on the Slovakian Germans, illustrated, written in German, about $9, email RFP Publications.

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