Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 71

  23rd January 1942, midday Appreciation of the Czechs—The internal policy of the Habsburgs—When the Popes harried the Jews—The “decent” Jews.     Of all the Slavs, the Czech is the most dangerous, because he’s a worker. He has a sense of discipline, he’s orderly, he’s more a Mongol than a Slav. Beneath the top…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 110

  5th April 1942, evening Shall we try to Germanise the French?—Example of Austria—Germanisation of Holland—Fusion of all Germanic races—But no excess Germanisation—Distrust of the Poles. During dinner, the Reichsfuehrer SS declared that, in his view, the best way of settling the French problem would be to carry off every year a certain number of…

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March of the Titans

The following sentences of March of the Titans: The Complete History of the White Race by Arthur Kemp caught my attention: The test of ethnicity: Switzerland, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia In the first chapter of this book, the difference between race and ethnicity was discussed. “Race” is a collection of individuals sharing a common genetic base;…

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Healing Amfortas (cont.)

Further to my previous post. Below, (1) my presentation of Colin Ross’ cornerstone to understand the trauma model of mental disorders; (2) a translation of “Regaining Self-esteem” by Dr. Claus Wolfschlag—original in German here—, and (3) my views on traumatized Germany. 1.- Ross’ trauma model Note of August 25, 2017: Today I will move this…

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Hellstorm • chapter 11

In almost any war one side can be dishonestly demonized even by a truthful enumeration of its crimes, if the crimes of its adversaries are suppressed. —Irmin Vinson Excerpted from Thomas Goodrich’s 2010 book Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany (1944-1947) Crime of the Age Under agreements articulated at Yalta and codified at Potsdam, Russia…

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Hellstorm • chapter 8

In almost any war one side can be dishonestly demonized even by a truthful enumeration of its crimes, if the crimes of its adversaries are suppressed. —Irmin Vinson Excerpted from Thomas Goodrich’s 2010 book Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany (1944-1947) Unspeakable Although Hitler was dead and Berlin captured, and although the nation had been…

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