Archive for March, 2012

The Vampire of the Peoples

Saturday, March 31st, 2012

Whom does England’s power benefit? Does it benefit the peoples united in the Empire, or if not them, at least the British people? No. The power of the British Empire benefits only a thin, rich upper class in England, which has stayed the same for centuries. However, it does not serve the Indians, the South Africans, the Canadians, nor the Australians. Nor does it benefit the English people, who even today live under much worse conditions that the peoples of other, poorer, nations.

One may imagine the British system as a huge vampire with its fangs sunk into every part of the world from which it can suck wealth. Well, no people is obligated to arrange its life and culture in the shadow of a distant, foreign vampire. And it is also clear that the age of vampirism is over.

Europe is the living space for a group of highly gifted white peoples who live next to each other. In the past, it has seen England as the most serious problem it faced, without until today being able to find a solution. Time and again, it has fallen victim to British intrigues, which have whipped up its peoples against each other. France is the best and most tragic current example. Germany will see to it that it is in fact the last such example.

It is illuminating to see that African Negroes are more easily governed by force than the white peoples of Europe. England, however, has not realized that. It stupidly and stubbornly insists on its right to be the sole organizer and ruler of Europe — at least according to its views of such matters. That is true, even though as this investigation has shown, it is less suited to it than any other European nation. England is now making its last attempt to persuade the European peoples that the Continent can only be happy if it takes on the English lifestyle. The British call that democracy.

It is enough to note that democracy has been defined over the course of long and diligent historical investigations, and that, unfortunately, those conclusions do not fit what the British call democracy. Democracy means the rule of the demos, that is, the people or the citizens. A democracy does not have a hereditary king as the English have, much less vice regents, emperors of India, peers, or lords. England is a monarchy with a financial aristocracy possessing many advantages, and a mass of people with far fewer rights.

A monarchy that claims to fight for democracy is either ridiculous, or it lies.

We have long since decided on the proper name for the British system: we call it plutocracy, the rule of the money bags. And the facts prove it.

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Master Stroke of a German Steamer

Saturday, March 31st, 2012

The sought-after German steamer Altmark calmly follows its course. The German ship has performed brilliantly. It has sailed from the distant coast of America across the wide ocean, and is nearing the Scandinavian coast. It has slipped through the chain of enemy warships, ever in danger of being discovered, of falling into enemy hands. Indeed, it is a master stroke on the part of this German steamer, a splendid achievement by its captain and crew.

Those aboard the Altmark know the stakes, and they realize how limited their means are in comparison to the enemy’s. The British have numerous ships with heavy armaments and well-trained crews on board. TheAltmark is an unarmed government vessel with a normal commercial crew.

On board, there are English sailors from those British ships sunk in the Atlantic by the pocket battleshipAdmiral Graf Spee. Since the Altmark is on the way home, it cannot transfer these crewmen to a neutral ship without running the risk of revealing its position.

The Englishmen can move around freely in the spaces allotted to them. They are not living under worse conditions than on their own ships. They have good mattresses and woolen blankets. They can smoke, amuse themselves, and talk with each other. They receive sufficient food. Indeed, the German cook even prepares rice dishes for the Indian sailors. The English are in excellent health. The German doctor on board has no serious illnesses to treat.

The German captain’s pistol is in his desk drawer, and it can stay there. The English sailors have no thought of rebelling. They are entirely satisfied with their treatment. Often, they tell the Altmark’s captain and officers that they had expected different treatment. They had read newspaper articles about brutal German methods, and were pleasantly surprised. The German sailors can only shrug their shoulders. The best way to combat foolish gullibility is not with words, but with the language of facts…

The hunt in the Atlantic continues. The Altmark has but a single weapon in its battle against the British blockade: the nautical skills of its captain and its officers. The German steamer’s hopes rest with the choice of course and the skills of its captain.

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Nordfront – “Werft sie Raus” Mp3s

Friday, March 30th, 2012

Nordfront - "Werft sie Raus" Mp3s
Nordfront – Werft sie Raus

01. Deutsche Landser (3:33)
02. Sei Stolz (3:23)
03. Wir müssen kämpfen (3:59)
04. Deutschland (3:10)
05. Nationalist (2:59)
06. Werft sie raus! (4:02)
07. Vaterland (3:48)
08. Skinhead (4:03)
09. Kinderschänder (4:12)
10. Heim ins Reich (3:31)
11. Wir marschieren voran (2:23)
12. Wir sind ein Volk (3:48)

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Movie director Spike Lee apologizes for retweeting couple’s address as that of George Zimmerman

Friday, March 30th, 2012

Movie director Spike Lee has apologized to a Florida couple who claim they were forced to leave their home when a Twitter posting that the director helped spread listed their address as that of George Zimmerman, who shot Fla. teen Trayvon Martin.


Elaine and David McClain are in their 70s and say they have a son named William George Zimmerman who lived in their Sanford-area home in the mid-1990s. They say he is no relation to 28-year-old George Zimmerman who killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26.

According to CBS affiliate WKMG, the post containing the McClains’ address reportedly went viral after Lee retweeted it and was eventually seen by thousands.

“We’re afraid for our lives. (George Zimmerman’s) got to be 100 times more than that,” Elaine McClain said, WKMG reports.


Martin’s killing has touched off widespread public outrage and protests across the country, including from Lee and other celebrities, because Zimmerman was not arrested. He says he acted in self-defense.


Lee tweeted late Wednesday: “I Deeply Apologize To The McClain Family For Retweeting Their Address. It Was A Mistake. Please Leave The McClain’s In Peace.”

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6 men charged in beating; hate crime possible

Friday, March 30th, 2012

Police have charged six black men with beating a white man outside a Seneca restaurant and have sent information about the attack to the FBI to determine if hate crime charges should also be filed.

Authorities say the victim told investigators that a group of men called him racially charged names as he walked to his vehicle in the parking lot March 17.

The man told police he was hit, and when he tried to fight back, the group attacked him.

Police Chief John Covington says none of the men arrested appeared to know the victim.

The men are charged with assault and battery by mob.

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Legacy by Wilhelm Ritgen

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

I have four letters before me from a comrade, a fellow party member. They are letters from one of the countless party members who are serving in the armed forces, all of whom stand proudly by their words and their ideals, even in the toughest test of fate and at the risk of their lives. Each was written “On the Western Front.” The first found its way back to the homeland during Christmas, the last was written on the Führer’s birthday. It was written in some disorder, as the French artillery was making music over the West Wall.

“Each of us carries with us as our deepest treasure faith in the Führer, in his Führer, in our Führer. There is no doubt in him!” That is from the first letter, which sounds eager for battle, soldierly. Every line rings with conviction.

The last line of the final letter says” Heil Hitler! Everything for the Führer!”

A newspaper article lies alongside the letters. The Iron Cross was awarded for the highest fulfillment of duty and brave death as a soldier in the historic battles of May 1940. The same name that signed the letters is under the simple words: “He died for Führer and Nation.” It is the same name that followed the oath: “Everything for the Führer!”

The company buried their noncommissioned officer in the earth on which he had fought for the freedom of his people and for the eternity of his faith. He sealed his loyalty with his blood during an attack. The successful attack, the hammering of the machine guns, the explosions of the hand grenades, the smoke of the mortars, these were the worthiest memorial. The death announcement cites a Reichsleiter of the party in praise of the fallen political leader, comrade and fellow worker. It is the most obvious, but also the deepest, that the movement that created Germany can do for its fallen fighters. The word, the order, which they all followed, which guided their lives was: “For Führer and nation

The letters from the front reveal the personal thinking of a soldier facing the enemy, looking death in the face, but who carries a faith in his heart that is stronger than death. The death announcement has transfigured his words, raising them to the legacy of a fallen National Socialist. The personality has faded, but as the voice of one of the Führer’s unknown soldiers he speaks of obligation to the nation. The spirit of the German people’s army that the Führer created rises victoriously from the words that a soldier wrote along side his comrades, in the few minutes he had to spare. He had the urge to say what moved him, what made him strong, and why he fought with such pride and faithful confidence.

These are the letters of a young soldier who held himself to the highest standards. He can no longer speak of the faith he felt and displayed. I feel that I owe it to him to pass on his undying love for the Führer and his faithfulness unto death. He is one of the unknown, the spirit of the front in the historic year 1940.

He did not write about himself. He spoke of the common faith that sacrificed for victory. He left a memorial to the virtues of National Socialist fighters that towers immortally far above his distant grave. He fell convinced of the immortality of the sacrifice that he made in serving the party, for the world view that he had experienced and known a thousand times. He has the right to be heard after his death. The purpose is not to praise his life and his heroic death over those of his fallen comrades, rather to make his death obligate the community to be loyal as he was, strong as he was, faithful as this unknown soldier of the Führer.



This is his legacy, revealed in his letters from the front, and from his hero’s grave:

“…In seeing death before our eyes, we often realize more clearly the meaning of our existence. Nature is a parable for us. In the middle of winter, everything seems to die and to have bloomed in vain. Yet the falling of the old leaves is necessary for the coming of the new ones, and the falling of the last stalk makes room for the new seeds. Our sacrifice should and will be the source of new strength for our people, whatever sorrow and pain may be involved!”

“…In the flourishing of that life we find the meaning of battle. The fight for a secure future is hard, often seemingly unbearable. But as bearers of the faith, as true National Socialists, our obligation is to do our duty and believe in a brighter future for our people. In hardship and death, we see the foundation for a new, purified future.”

“…Today our company was between two villages in Lorraine. All the jokes stopped and our faces were grim. Nature seemed in accord, with a slow, steady cold rain. It is quiet all around. We were quiet and deep in thought, since this morning we lost two comrades who were scouting out an important enemy position. Some others were wounded. A severely wounded comrade with pale, but calm face was just carried over from No Man’s Land across our two lines of barbed wire.

Few words were spoken, but we still talked with each other. This event turned our thoughts again to the larger meaning of our fight, for which we must bleed and die if necessary. With even more determination, we are doing our duty, far from comfort, family and homeland.”

“… The Führer is the unfailing compass point and the eternal model for us soldiers out here in the field. However great the difficulties, however unpleasant the artillery shelling — no matter what the task or mission, we are proud of doing our duty and in being bound personally to him: The Führer!”

“… Each feels under his protection, and faith in him is unshakable. The Führer’s determination, his bravery, his intelligence, and his successes have given even the weakest the will to win victory with him!”

“…We never forget his name, nor let his ideas fade. We are not only the bearers of his banner and symbols, but also of his faith, and as long as one of us remains alive to fight, he will be ready to fight and die for the Führer.”

“…Well, after six months at the Front, with its many dangers, I confess as a soldier of Adolf Hitler: It is a joy to be alive! Above all under such a Führer and in such an age!”

“…That is what is most splendid and beautiful: No one can take away this Führer who has given German greatness and victory. His example will live from generation to generation. From generation to generation, our cry of affirmation will also remain the same. In it is grounded the will of the entire people and its confidence in victory: “Heil Hitler! Everything for the Führer!”


Everything for the Führer. He gave his all, his blood and his young life. His words are holy for us all. “The epitome of sacrifice is to give one’s own life for the life of the community!” — This statement by the Führer was the law of his young, yet full life.

These words by a German soldier and fallen National Socialist answer the questions the world has about the roots of the absolute German confidence in victory and the irresistible power of our weapons — an answer that leaves no doubt about the outcome of the war. The enemy is fighting for material possessions that are not really his. The German soldier is fighting for life, justice, and the eternity of his nation.

This marks the true soldier of a people and of a faith. We know that they will win not only because they have the best training, the best weapons, and the beat leadership, but above all because they have the best hearts.

And if they fall, the show the nation the way to a victory that they may not experience, but that belongs to them.

They are immortal, and with them also the Reich, for: “As long as one of us remains alive to fight, he will be ready to fight and die for the Führer.”

The faith of a fallen National Socialist places an obligation on all the living.

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under one Führer for one Reich.

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

What an enormous concentration of power that is becomes clear when one looks back to see what a few thousand German soldiers have accomplished elsewhere in the world. For the first time, this valuable resource is entirely unavailable to our enemies. In the past, the whole world called brave men out of German, who were deserted by their fatherland, who had no people’s community.

Despite that, they remained brave soldiers, models for the world. In the same way, German accomplishments are clear in every other area of life.

We, and above all our children, no longer want to remain fools in the service of others, since we can demonstrate our achievements, sometime the very highest achievements, in every area of human life. Our achievements were stolen by others for centuries. Each could take what he wanted. But woe to the German government that dared to make a demand.

It might be only the demand to bring together all its ethnic comrades, something self evident for anyone else.Yet in this war, only Germany’s reincorporation of the East was given as a ground for the war. Russia’s corresponding step was ignored. The result of this double moral standard is that other states have done more with German achievements that we ourselves. For too long, we have given other states, without charge, the unending strength of our farmers and soldiers, workers and inventors, explorers and other great minds, without any regard for our own people’s good.

We did not have that holy egotism that would have allowed each German to say: “My own people comes first, than all the others; first my homeland, then the world!” (B. v. Selchow).

But now, alongside the countless gifts that our fathers and brothers have given to the world,

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200 French troops leave Afghanistan

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

Two hundred French troops said goodbye to the war in Afghanistan on Wednesday as part of France’s accelerated pullout from the country.

In January, French President Nicolas Sarkozy announced a faster-track exit for France, breaking from previous plans to go along with to the U.S.-led coalition’s plan to withdraw combat forces by the end of 2014.

Sarkozy said France would speed up its withdrawal timetable, pulling out 1,000 – 400 more than its previous target – of its current 3,600 soldiers by year-end and withdraw all combat forces by the end of 2013. His announcement came a week after four unarmed French troops were killed by an Afghan soldier in Kapisa province in eastern Afghanistan.

The French troops waiting to board their flight out of Afghanistan were not stationed in Kapisa, but in Surobi district, about 45 kilometers (30 miles) east of Kabul.

They said they were elated to leave and thought the Afghan forces they left behind were ready to go solo.

Capt. Nicolas from Battle Group Picardie said his daughter was born in June and he was in Afghanistan in September.

“I think she might be able to say a couple of words now,” said Nicolas, who was not permitted to release his last name. “I’m really happy to go home to hear her.”

A 32-year-old lieutenant named Jeremie, who also did not disclose his last name, said the security situation in Surobi had improved.

“We were under fire only once in the last four months,” he said. “It wasn’t a big attack. We came under fire from one direction.”

He said the Afghan security forces were adept at finding weapons caches and defusing bombs.

“I think I can say that they do their jobs – maybe not quite good, but good,” he said.

The NATO-led international force in Afghanistan has been steadily handing over responsibility for security to the government’s army and police ever since the alliance’s last summit in Lisbon in 2010. There, NATO leaders decided to move the Afghans into the lead role in fighting the Taliban by 2014 and end the coalition’s combat role.

However, Sarkozy, who is engaged in a tough re-election campaign ahead of the April vote, has been under political pressure to withdraw French troops even earlier. Polls show most French want an early pullout and his main challenger, Francois Hollande, has said that his hope would be to bring home all French forces this year.

Capt. Francois, deputy commander of one of the units in Surobi, said the French troops played a support role in missions led by the Afghan National Army and Afghan National Police.

“From what I’ve seen, they have the capacity and the ability and it seems to me that they are a professional army,” he said.

In Paris, French military spokesman Col. Thierry Burkhard said that after more French troops leave in the next few days, about 3,400 French troops will still be in Afghanistan. There are no specific plans yet for the withdrawals scheduled for 2013, he said.

France, one of the top five troop-contributing nations in the international force, has lost 92 troops since 2001.

Maj. Philippe Baille, a spokesman for the French contingent in Afghanistan, said that after 2014, French soldiers will continue training Afghan security forces and providing logistical support for the Afghan army.

In addition to pulling out troops, about 1,300 vehicles and the equivalent of 1,700 containers of materials will be repatriated by 2014, he said. For now, the equipment is being flown to Abu Dhabi and then transferred onto boats headed for France, he said.

The troops that left on Wednesday were from the 1st Infantry Regiment from Sarrebourg, the 3rd Engineer Regiment from Charleville-Mezieres and the 1st Artillery Marine Regiment from Couvron.

It was feared that France’s announcement could step up pressure on other European governments like Britain, Italy and Germany to pull out their troops faster. So far, that hasn’t happened.

Defense Secretary Philip Hammond, who visited Helmand province in southern Afghanistan on Wednesday, said Britain has made a long-term commitment to the Afghan people.

“We will help to finance the Afghan national security forces for many years after 2014. We have taken responsibility for running the Afghan National Army officer academy which we will build outside Kabul,” Hammond said. “We have not yet taken the decision about what if any military footprint we will retain after 2014.”

Britain has announced that it will withdraw 500 troops by the end of this year, reducing the size of its contingent in Afghanistan to 9,000.

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KC Artist Defends Booth Bobbleheads

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

A recent controversy about a Kansas City artist’s bobblehead has him shaking his head almost as much as the dolls he designs.

Rick Lynn’s bobblehead of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth was recently pulled from the shelves at the Gettysburg Museum store.

Lynn said the design was just one of many he has created at his Kansas City studio.

“We manufacture millions of these and ship globally,” Lynn said.

The subjects of his designs include political and sports figures, some of which have been commissioned.

“All the Supreme Court justices have bobbleheads,” Lynn said. “And they trade them.”

He said he also uses historical figures. His best seller, a talking Einstein bobblehead, is at the Smithsonian. Lynn said his Charles Darwin bobblehead was also controversial.

“I’ve gotten a lot of flak from the religious right on Darwin,” he said.

Officials at Gettysburg National Park said they took the Booth bobblehead off its shelves after a reporter raised questions about its presence there.

Lynn said the doll has been embroiled in criticism ever since.

“It was never designed to glorify Booth or what Booth did,” Lynn said. “I’m not a supremacist. (I have) no hidden agenda.”

Lynn also sells an Abraham Lincoln bobble head. It’s pictured on the back of the Booth bobblehead box.

In a statement released earlier this month, Lynn said he started to design bobbleheads of historical figures because it would help make young people more interested in history.

“In the case of the Lincoln and Booth (dolls), I choose to make a bobblehead of the Lincoln Memorial in all white because the figure was more ethereal almost god like in appearance a figure to be revered. Booth, on the other hand is portrayed with hunched shoulders, scowling, clutching his weapon and portrayed in a typical bobblehead form. The concept of good and evil is obvious and easily understood,” Lynn said.

He said the controversy has also brought more business to the dolls, which he sells online.

“Our next production run on the Booth bobblehead is 2,500 units and it’s climbing,” Lynn said.

Lynn said he has been an artist for decades, but he just recently started making bobbleheads.

In his statement, he said people who were offended by his work should just ignore it. He playfully encouraged an alternate solution.

“If it is beyond the pale, then buy a couple and dispose of them in whatever manner you deem appropriate,” Lynn said. “If you are an entrepreneur, buy a case and invite friends of like minds and burn them in mass.”


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German Police ID Checks By Skin Color OK, Says Court

Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

BERLIN, Germany — A German court has ruled that certain police are allowed to carry out ID checks on the basis of skin color.

The administrative court of Koblenz, in western Germany, today dismissed a complaint by a black German man who was asked to show his papers while travelling by train, the Deutsche Press Agentur reported.

He refused and was taken to a police station to be searched. The two federal police officers involved accused him of abusing them and filed a complaint, which led to a court hearing in which one of the officers said he checked the ID of train passengers he judged to be foreign – a judgment that he based, in part, on skin color.

The man then decided to sue the police for illegal conduct.

However, judges ruled that skin color was reasonable grounds on which to carry out ID checks, since the train route in question is often used by illegal immigrants to enter Germany. Since police cannot check every passenger’s papers, they must select which people to ID based on their “border policing experience,” the judgment said.

The officers are therefore allowed to make their choice “according to external appearance” and without concrete grounds for suspicion, Agence France Presse reported.

“If this is true, it is essentially illegal,” Tahir Della of the Black People in Germany Initiative rights group told The Local. “The authorities have always said the police do not do racial profiling.”

The ruling may be appealed in a higher state court, according to German network RTL.

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