National Socialism: An Eclectic View

The differences are starkly obvious… Yet, no one, no one will ever attempt to try anything different to the two plutocratic (and fake) antagonisms. Communism and Capitalism are two arms from the same body: international jewry.

"Neues Europa"

Source:http://www.hitler.org/links/national-socialism.html

by Mjollnir

Unser Gott in Walhalla

To understand the dichotomy between National Socialism and Democracy, it is necessary that we define the parameters of each one. National Socialism today is most definitely not popular, because of many misconceptions and its connection in the public mind to the so-called „Holocaust“ which generates tremendous psychological aversion, I have taken the liberty to explain a little about its mindset as a basis from which to work. This information is mostly little-known, except amongst its implacable enemies, who, for reasons of their own, wish that National Socialism be destroyed. But at bottom, National Socialism is the application of the eternal Laws of Nature to the sphere of human society. Please read it, consider it, and if you feel that you have to reject its basis, at least it will be an informed decision on your part.

NATIONAL SOCIALISM CLAIMS DEFINITELY TO BE A WELTANSCHAUUNG.

National…

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Life in the Third Reich – Told by its People, not by a jew-paid Pseudohistorian…!

[This is a follow up of the Spanish reblog I’ve made just a little while back. It says the same but in English, this time. I’ll paste it on its entirety, just in case it gets taken down… However, I’ll leave the link to the English .pdf to download, here. Also, sorry if this piece has some weird spacing. I tried to fix all of it, but it’s impossible. Copying from pdfs has apparently the nasty side effect of putting a lot of div tags into the WP editor. You don’t want to know how messy it looked before I fixed it.]

LIFE IN THE THIRD REICH

by
Friedrich Kurreck

The rise of Hitler, his achievements, why the Germans loved and supported him, the true reasons for the war and who was behind it, as well as a comparison of the world political situation then and now, and a critique of modern day Germany (the FRG / BRD).
The article first appeared in the weekly newspaper, ‘Der Schlesier’, between July 26 to August 16th, 2002 and it was translated by Eric Thomson. Leer más “Life in the Third Reich – Told by its People, not by a jew-paid Pseudohistorian…!”

National-Socialism Set to Music

"Neues Europa"

Source: http://www.renegadetribune.com/national-socialism-set-music/

By Mike Walsh

The Bayreuth Festival symbolises Europe’s centuries old struggle for its existence. Richard Wagner, (1813 – 1883) the great German composer, chose Bayreuth for a number of sound reasons. Primarily, the maestro believed that his unique works should not share the same stage with the music of others. The Bayreuth Festival was destined to showcase only Wagnerian epics.

Attracting funding to finance the project was problematic. The Bayreuth Festival was unlikely to be other than an unfulfilled dream. Finally, the almost estranged King Ludwig II of Bavaria stepped in and provided the necessary resources. Bayreuth theatre was finally opened in August 1876 much to the relief of the great German composer and others who shared his vision. The first performance was Das Rheingold.

Artistically the pioneering venture was a fabulous success. It would be difficult to identify a single head of state, let alone…

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Ο Δρ. Χέμπερτ Πόινσετ Πέρνει Συνέντευξη Από Τον Έρικ Τόμσον – Επεξήγηση Των Διαφορών Μεταξύ Κομμουνισμού, Φασισμού Και Εθνικοσοσιαλισμού ~ Dr. Herbert Poinsett Interviews Eric Thomson – The Differences Βetween Communism, Fascism And National Socialism Explained…! (Videos)

Hitler, the Unemployed and Autarky

"Neues Europa"

Some Observations After 50 Years

By Rudolf Jordan

Published: 1984-04-01

Source:http://codoh.com/library/document/2075

Third Reich/Economy in German as “Das Gespenst der Arbeitslosigkeit: Wie es vor 50 Jahren verjagt wurde,” in “Deutschland in Geschichte und Gegenwart,” Vol. 30. No. 3 (1982); The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 5, no. 1 (spring 1984), pp. 77-83 Hitler, the Unemployed and Autarky Some Observations After 50 Years Rudolf Jordan Contrib: Ronald Klett, translation, comments

In Germany and throughout the democratic world the problem that disturbingly dominates politics today is rising unemployment and its simple cause, lack of jobs for the work force available. The worker has a right to employment. In place of the long postwar period of economic growth in Germany, known as the Wirtschaftswunder, which saw some 4.8 million foreign workers attracted to the country, the situation now is that nearly 2 million German workers seek employment and cannot find it…

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Hitler The Greatest Story NEVER Told’ Parts 1-26 & Bonus (New Version) : Dennis Wise : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

[A reblog of a reblog of a reblog… Well, only a reblog of a reblog. It still seems to work, seize the opportunity.]

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The original copy of the original is at: Hitler The Greatest Story NEVER Told’ Parts 1-26 & Bonus (New Version) : Dennis Wise : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive