“He [Hitler] believed in guidance from above and in the existence of a Supreme Being whose wisdom and will had created laws for the preservation and evolution of the human race. He believed that the highest aim of mankind was to survive the achievement of progress and perfection. From this belief there was a sense of his own mission to be the Leader of the German people. He was acting, he believed on the command of this Supreme Being; he had a fixed conception of this Being, which nothing could change. In his speeches he often mentioned the Almighty and Providence. But he personally was sharply hostile to Christianity and the churches, although the Party program came out for a ‘positive’ Christianity. In private conversation, he often remarked sarcastically in reference to churches and priests, that there were some who ‘boasted of having a direct hook-up with God.’ Primitive Christianity, he declared was the first ‘Jewish-Communist cell.’”
Otto Dietrich, The Hitler I Knew: Memoirs of the Third Reich’s Press Chief
“Salvini makes his policies not only at the expense of Spain, but of all of Europe, with his politics of isolation which undermine the European idea.” according to the Foreign Minister of Spain, Borrell, in an interview with an online German newspaper on the migrant question.
The reply was not delayed. “We do not respond to insults from governments and ministers that favor an out-of-control immigration” affirmed Salvini. “We care about the security, culture and identity of the European people.”
In 1939, the German American Bund organized a rally of 20,000 Nazi supporters at Madison Square Garden in New York City. When Academy Award-nominated documentarian Marshall Curry stumbled upon footage of the event in historical archives, he was flabbergasted. Together with Field of Vision, he decided to present the footage as a cautionary tale to Americans. The short film, A Night at the Garden, premieres on The Atlantic today.
David Eden Lane (November 2, 1938 – May 28, 2007) was an American white nationalist leader.
A founding member of The Order, he died while serving a 190-year prison sentence in the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Lane stated that his beliefs can be best summarized by a slogan called the 14 words, a term that he coined: “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children.” He also coined a second 14-word slogan: “because the beauty of the White Aryan woman must not perish from the earth.”
Lane met Robert Jay Mathews in July 1983 at the Aryan Nations world congress. On September 22, 1983, Lane was among the nine founding members to be sworn into The Order which dedicated itself to delivering our people from the Jew and bring total victory to the Aryan race. The Order was accused of stealing over $4.1 million for propaganda in armored car hijackings, killing two jews, detonating bombs, counterfeiting money, organizing militaristic training camps and carrying out numerous other “crimes” with the ultimate goal of overthrowing the US government.
Yes, Germany classifies “Holocaust Denial” as “sedition.”
And they will put your grandma in jail if she says there is no evidence of gas chambers at Auschwitz. Despite the fact that thus far, no one has produced any evidence of gas chambers at Auschwitz.
A court in Detmold on Friday sentenced Ursula Haverbeck to eight months in jail on charges of sedition. The presiding judge ruled out the possibility of parole and said that Haverbeck had a lack of “any kind of respect” and that she had made more offensive comments in the courtroom.