When it was evening on that day, the first day of the week, and the doors of the house where the disciples had met were locked for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you.” -John 20:19
Fear of the Jews takes many forms. Topics include:
A U.S. Congressional subcommittee approves an extra $1 billion to Israel for their missile defense system this year, over and above the usual $3.1 billion;
In Greece and the Netherlands, where Jews are a teensy-weensy percentage o the population, their organizations try to dictate what the majority indigenous population can do;
Ebert Foundation finds that Europeans are more critical toward Jews than expected;
David Duke over-sympathizes with WWII Jewish suffering;
Carolyn announces her departure from Voice of Reason and her move to a new network—more information on that will be forthcoming. She did a final reading from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 about the cities of Magdeburg and Halberstadt, west of Berlin.
Hadding from Florida called into the program in the last half-hour.
Carolyn Yeager’s special guest this week is Germar Rudolf, famous for his Holocaust Revisionist books and publishing business which drove the German authorities to prosecute and imprison him for 44 months – almost four years. Germar is now living in the United States with his wife and daughter. His and other revisionist books and CD’s are available at Holocaust Handbooks at The Barnes Review. Discussion includes:
Patriotism vs. nationalism—Germar prefers to call himself a patriot;
Justice for Germany—still no peace treaty and the UN officially defines Germany as an enemy state of the entire world. Allied Powers may resume hostilities if Germany shows any sign of revanchism;
How and when Germar learned to doubt the Holocaust narrative;
How Germans lack self-confidence and tend to feel guilty for everything as a result of Allied propaganda;
Ethnic/cultural self-determination as the next necessary step in world justice;
Germar’s view of national socialism and the Third Reich—shows similarities to Rome;
Hitler should have stepped down in 1938 and allowed “democracy” to return, says Germar;
Affirmative Action is the wrong way to go, unless it is applied equally;
Can terrorist laws enacted after 9/11 in both U.S. and Germany tighten the noose on revisionists?
Free speech is not the solution if our speech is not heard—what to do about Jewish media control.
The last photograph of Adolf Hitler viewing the destruction outside the entrance to the Führerbunker.
The ten days between Hitler’s 56th birthday on April 20, 1945 until his suicide on April 30 in the Führerbunker in Berlin are detailed. Carolyn also reads his Political Testimony which he dictated on April 29. In the 2nd hour, her special guest Severus brings his expertise and commentary to the subject. Discussion centers around:
The certainty that Hitler did not “escape” the bunker;
Hitler’s reasons for suicide and the traditional view of it;
Hitler’s mental and physical strength (or not) at the end;
The reasoning behind “fighting to the death”;
Blaming the war on international Jewry;
Expelling Göring and Himmler from the party;
Mentioning the laws of race at the end of his Testament;
1st half hour: Reading from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 about the Allied destruction of Würzburg, Nuremberg and Munich in the south.
Carolyn begins the show reading from The Fire by Jörg Friedrich about the bombing of the North German cities of Lübeck and Hildesheim. Then Christine Miller joins in to tell us about her school board election results and the persecution of Frank Walus by Simon Wiesenthal, aided by a Chicago judge. In the 2nd hour, Carolyn discusses Wolves Among the Sheep:
Christine Miller tells Carolyn about her life in wartime and post-war Germany during her youth and her move to the United States in 1956. After raising a family and teaching high school German, she began writing letters, mostly to her hometown newspaper. They are compiled in a second book, Reality Check, and can also be found on her Web site. Her outspoken views on “Holocaust” and other politically sensitive issues have embroiled her in controversy. Her books can be ordered at her website or by writing to her at email@example.com.
Campaign in the East: Aug 2, 1941 – April 19, 1942 is the war diary of Heinz Postenrieder, published by his daughter Chris Miller in 2010. It includes many of his photographs of the people and places in Russia that he and his battalion came upon during these months of Wehrmacht advance.
Marble relief of Kairos, Son of Zeus, god of the Right Moment, or Opportunty, by Lysippius, about 350 B.C.
Carolyn Yeager’s guest is a German nationalist who uses Kairos as a pseudonym. He blogs on As der Schwerter (Ace of Swords) with a group of other like-minded bloggers, and also has a personal blog, Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit (Unity and Justice and Freedom). In this program he discusses the difficulties for people like him in today’s Germany and what inspires him. Topics include:
Why the name Kairos?
In Germany, the political climate favors leftists; punishes rightists, i.e. the Beate Zschäpe-NSU frame-up;
Speech suppression based on Law; Kairos explains German law under U.S. occupation;
Liberation will come through awakening the soul of our people to recognize their distinctness and their unity;
The words and music of Kinder des Nordens (Children of the North) by Carpe Diem;
The Race Question—race must come before religion.
In the first half hour, Carolyn read from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 about the massacre of fleeing ethnic Germans around and in the Bay of Pomerania by the U.S. Eighth Air Force.
Callers Tan, Paul and John contributed to the program.
Don, an attorney in southern California, offers his ideas and suggestions as to how Whites can direct their own lives once again in the U.S.A. Awareness of the racial problem is key, but most Whites are still not sufficiently race-conscious. The recent Trayvon Martin shooting in Florida is increasing white awareness and anger, he thinks.
In the first hour, Carolyn reads from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 by Jörg Friedrich. In the second half-hour, Carolyn comments on the latest development in the attempt by Jewish senators to push a bill through Congress allowing foreign companies to be sued in U.S. Courts. She then criticizes what she calls holocaust revisionism “light.” Topics included:
Jewish senators sponsor bill to remove “Foreign Sovereign” protection from a French Rail Line so it can be sued in U.S. Courts by “holocaust survivors;”;
Jewish lawyer Harriet Tamen represents 600 “holocaust survivors” in the suit against French railroad SNCF;
Revisionism “Light” is a danger to authentic revisionism because it’s purpose is to protect the truly guilty;
A lawyer looks at freedom of association, civil rights and slavery;
Radio Station Gleiwitz with transmission towers still in place. On right, SS Sturmbannfuehrer Alfred Naujocks
On August 31, 1939, Nazis impersonating Polish terrorists attacked the Gleiwitz radio station on the border between the two countries, starting WW II. So goes the story that we hear regularly in mainstream and alternative news and talk. But the story is indefensible when examined more closely. Carolyn Yeager reveals that it is just another fabricated account, made-to-order for the Nuremberg Military Tribunal whose main objective was to find Germany guilty of being the sole aggressor in World War II—a decision made long before the trial opened. Highlights include:
Robert Jackson admitted that a “fair trial” would not give the U.S. and Roosevelt the outcome they wanted;
Almost all accounts are repeats of one written for the Allies by the mysterious H.S. Hegner;
There are some differences between it and the affidavit signed by Alfred Naujocks for the Nuremberg prosecutors;
Naujocks was in U.S. Military custody from Oct. 1944 to May 1945, when he was released;
The Gleiwitz incident was just one of 21 cross-border raids on the night of August 31 by Polish irregulars;
The National Socialists did not make use of the incident in their propaganda, which is what “false flags” are for.
Carolyn reads from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 in the first half hour. A hailstorm interrupts Carolyn’s broadcasting for about four minutes, after which caller Hadding from Florida joins the program until the end.
Tanstaafl and Carolyn Yeager take a penetrating look at the role of Jews in white communities, groups and organizations—attempting to go beyond the usual, short-sighted attitude toward “good Jews” who are safe to have around. The discussion centers on:
Jews are moving into “Holocaust Revisionism” to direct blame away from Jews if the hoax collapses;
White liberals blame themselves and accept guilt, while Jews continue to do what is good for Jews and blame Whites;
All our white organizations, including VoR, need a clear-cut identity focused entirely on what is good for Whites;
Freedom of association is an absolute necessity, but something Jews are totally against except for themselves;
Calls from Robert Stark and Hadding Scott in the last segment.
In the first segment Carolyn reads from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 by Jörg Friedrich about the 1944-45 Allied bombing of the French cities of Caen, Le Havre, Boulogne, and Calais; also bombed were Turin, Milan, Genoa, Paris, Nantes, Lille, Amsterdam. Sofia and Bucharest were heavily bombed in ’44 and the German towns of Xanten and Wesel were destroyed in Feb. ’45.
Host Stan Hess and panelists Carolyn Yeager, Paul Fromm, and Professor Ray Goodwin discuss the life of British educator Ray Honeyford and how his story relates to whites in education in the U.S. and Canada.
Carolyn Yeager begins the program reading from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 by Jörg Friedrich about the firebombing of Pforzheim, the clock-and-jewelry-making city of 65,000 near the Black Forest. The other topics were:
Yalta “Big Three” Conference of Feb. 4-11, 1945 mandated the mistake of “Unconditional Surrender” and was a give-away to the interests of the Soviet Union, both of which resulted in the death and enslavement of many millions of European civilians;
Adolf Hitler’s purported 1919 connection with the “Reds,” as put forth by Harold Marcuse, debunked;
Changes made to Elie Wiesel’s book Night in 2006 are for the purpose of turning a novel into an autobiography.
Rodney calls in commenting on distortions about National Socialism.
Tanstaafl of Age-of-Treason Blog and Carolyn Yeager try to make sense of the senseless and question why people believe the unbelievable. The destruction of Dresden and the denial of its true magnitude is symptomatic of the sickness of our age. Topics include:
Carolyn reads passages about the Dresden bombing from The Fire by Jörg Friedrich;
The bombing was in three waves from night to the next noontime in order to kill as many people as possible;
The figures of over 100,000 dead are not off the chart, but were determined by responsible civic officers who were there;
The temperature of the Dresden fires reached more than twice what is necessary for cremation;
In the first half hour, Carolyn reads from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945; afterwards, William Finck joins Carolyn Yeager in a bold discussion of the detrimental effect of Jewish influence on white, Western society and why there is no other solution but to openly oppose it, ignoring the tiresome charge of “antisemitism.” Topics include:
News stories reveal the constant effort at control by Jews;
Jews liberally slander Whites but howl at the slightest offense from a White;
The aim of Jewish policies and programs is to protect themselves from facing the consequences of their many crimes and general wrongdoing;
Top: Battle of Coberg Anniversary Plate, porcelain made to resemble terra cotta; SA High Leader Honor Dagger (detail). Bottom: SA “Deutschland Erwache” Standard; Exquisite SS Rider porcelain figurine.
Charles Krafft and George Stimson join Carolyn Yeager for a discussion of the impressive designs that were a part of the Third Reich, indisputably one of the most artistically creative periods in modern history. They discuss the Allach Porcelain Works outside of Dachau; some of the well known designers working in the Reich; the passion of the militaria collector; the images most commonly used; posters, flags and banners, uniforms and weaponry such as daggers. The National Socialist Third Reich period – 1923 to 1945 – is the most popular with Collectors world-wide.