Secret Meeting of 20

Look at Wikipedia’s and the court historians’ chutzpah! They fail to mention that communism, and namely communist rulers, at that time, were killing their own subjects… Did Uncle Joe believe in demockracy? Nope, he wasn’t stupid. He was evil, but not stupid.
That’s what the Judepedia fails to mention. If Hitler and his party were to succeed in the struggle against communism, they needed all the support they could get! And the “democratic, capitalistic West” would pretend to do the same than Hitler… after they were done destroying both him and Germany!
Hitler REALLY was against communism. The “democratic West” wasn’t and STILL, isn’t. That’s the difference.


Secret Meeting of 20 February 1933

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The Secret Meeting of 20 February 1933 (German: Geheimtreffen vom 20. Februar 1933) was a secret meeting held by Adolf Hitler and 20 to 25 industrialists at the official residence of the President of the Reichstag Hermann Göring in Berlin. Its purpose was to raise funds for the election campaign of The National Socialist German Workers’ Party.

The German elections were to be held on 5 March 1933. The National Socialist German Workers’ Party wanted to achieve two-thirds majority to pass the Enabling Act and desired to raise three million Reichsmark to fund the campaign. According to records, two million Reichsmarks were contributed at the meeting.

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The meeting was attended by the following business representatives:[3]

  1. Ernst Brandi, chairman of Bergbauverein
  2. Karl Büren, director general of Braunkohlen- und Brikettindustrie AG, board member of Deutschen Arbeitgeberverbände
  3. August Diehn, board…

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Socialism, National

Lord Molyneaux's Empire

In a world of neither rhyme nor reason some see Socialism, National
As full of lightning and fire, and altogether rational.
In a world starved of strength and might
Some look to the past and see torches literally bearing light.
In a world that says you are only how much money you so make
Is it surprising that people seek the true to replace all of the fake?
When purpose is but greed and passion’s fallen out of fashion
But a marching song provides camaraderie and compassion.
Nazis marching painting herrmann
When the highest celebration is for those that pass a ball
Don’t be surprised that some find reason in a Reich to stand defiantly and tall.
An era that lasted but 12 years in time
That–despite defeat–inspires far more than the modern, to make the upward climb.
A leader in Hitler, Adolf, constantly attacked on television
And a prison sentence for those who…

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Hitler y los perros | Mein Führer

[Un artículo que me encontré casi de casualidad donde habla de la relación que el Führer tenía con sus perros… ¿Realmente piensan qué Hitler era un monstruo inhumano, todavía? Además, Hitler también quería a los otros animales: es sabido que sacó una ley durante su gobierno prohibiendo la vivisección de estos, nada menos…]

Recuerdo que en una de las peores películas sobre Hitler, sino la peor, “Hitler el Reinado del Mal”, protagonizada por Robert Carlyle, hay una escena en la que se ve a un Hitler enfurecido latigando a un perro. Sencillamente esto es una falacia absoluta. Es de sobra conocido el amor que Hitler sentía hacia los perros. Tanto es así que durante la guerra las familias con perro tambien tenían una cartilla de racionamiento para sus canes. Recuerdo que la escena del film me produjo mucha indignación, por ser absolutamente falsa. Hitler tuvo perros casi siempre. El primer perro del que tengo constancia fue Foxl y fue durante la I Guerra Mundial. Pero dejemos a Hitler que nos hable de aquel perro:

“Es enorme lo que he querido a aquel bicho. Nadie podía tocarme sin que Foxl se pusiera furioso. No seguía a nadie más que a mi. Cuando volvía después de dos días de ausencia ya no quería separarse de mi. En la trinchera todo el mundo le quería. Durante las marchas, corría alrededor de nosotros, observándolo todo: no se le escaba nada. Lo compartía todo con él. Por la noche se acostaba a mi lado. ¡Y pensar que me lo robaron! No habría podido separarme de él. En mi vida he podido vender un perro. Me acuerdo: fue antes de llegar a Colmar. El ferroviario que quería conseguir a Foxl pasó dos veces por el vagón y me ofreció doscientos marcos. “Aunque me diera cien mil, no lo tendría usted”. Al bajar en Harpsheim , me apercibo súbitamente de que el perro ha desaparecido. La columna se pone en marcha. ¡Me era imposible quedarme detrás! Estaba desesperado. El sinvergüenza que me robó mi perro no sabe lo que me hizo.”

Como se puede observar, nada que ver con la escena de la película…

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El gran engaño del sistema económico y democrático ayer y hoy

El Centinela

Palabras de Adolf Hitler que resultan ser muy actuales. Este discurso fue celebrado en Rheinmetall Borsig (Alemania) el 10 de diciembre de 1940.

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A Bombing of Peace… [Reposted]

[This one is different from the last time… Since the photos went down and Rudolf’s main blog went caput (thanks to WP), I’ll repost it…]

[Also, thanks to Cartier who sent me these links in a comment to me…]

On the night of the 10th/11th August 1940 German bombers dropped an unusual load on the people of Britain- propaganda leaflets. These leaflets were entitled ‘A Last Appeal to Reason’ and were a translation of a speech given by the Fuhrer to the Reichstag calling for peace. The speech was printed on a tabloid sized four page newspaper, in a dense piece of text covering all pages:

[GM’s note: I will, in this case, save the copies to GMB, since I don’t want these to fall down… I don’t think that the original source will go bust soon, since it seems to be simply a British military memorabilia blog… But you never know].

Hitler's appeal to reason, to the British people.

As ever click these images for larger sized copies if you want to read it in more detail. It is hard to assess the impact of this leaflet- during my research into the leaflet I find myself repeatedly being directed to revisionist history sites telling us that this was a sign of Hitler’s good intentions and that there were numerous plots on the British side to ensure the war continued (these sites often add an anti-Semitic slant to the history as well). I would argue that the leaflet was a pragmatic approach from the Nazis who were planning the invasion of Russia and wished to avoid a battle on two fronts. If the leaflet worked and encouraged peace they could concentrate on the upcoming battle with communist Russia and if not they had not lost anything…

GM’s note: I told you that this source was a bit kosher. Well, it’s good anyway, if only for the leaflets in big size. If you want to check it anyway, click: A Last Appeal to Reason Propaganda Leaflet


And now, let’s move to a non-kosher, friendly source…




By July of 1940, Germany is in complete control of the war which had been imposed upon it. The Polish aggressor has been defeated, peace with France has been established, and Hitler has graciously allowed the British to evacuate the continent (at Dunkirk), leaving their equipment behind. Furthermore, the Soviet Union and the United States are not even in the war. So then, with Germany ‘holding all the cards’, and Churchill now bombing German civilians, what does the big bad Hitler do? He continues to plea for an end to the sensless war – with no strings attached. That’s what!

Most students of real history, and certainly all readers of, already know this. But did you know that Hitler went so far as to airdrop mass quantities of ‘peace leaflets’ over London? It’s true. The 4-page leaflets were English-language copies of his recent speech before the German nation, a speech which the Germans arranged to have broadcast on hundreds of radio stations across Europe. The July 19th speech was entitled: “A Last Appeal to Reason”.

Dropped over London the day after, the leaflet summarizes the injustices inflicted upon Germany after the Great War of 1914-1918, warns of the machinations of the Jewish warmongers and their henchmen, and finally closes with Hitler’s plea to call off the war.

Hitler's Last Appeal to Reason

“In this hour I feel it to be my duty before my own conscience to appeal once more to reason and common sense in Great Britain as much as elsewhere. I consider myself in a position to make this appeal, since I am not the vanquished, begging favors, but the victor speaking in the name of reason. I can see no reason why this war must go on. I am grieved to think of the sacrifices it will claim.

I should like to avert them. As for my own people, I know that millions of German men, young and old alike, are burning with the desire to settle accounts with the enemy who for the second time has declared war upon us for no reason whatever. But I also know that at home there are many women and mothers who, ready as they are to sacrifice all they have in life, yet are bound to it by their heartstrings.

Possibly Mr. Churchill again will brush aside this statement of mine by saying that it is merely born of fear and of doubt in our final victory. In that case I shall have relieved my conscience in regard to the things to come.” 



Also, a bonus… (Thanks again to Cartier)…