Leader of Germany from 1934 to 1945
Greetings, Weird Ones! Billy and Herman are back to wrap up War Comics Month with two issues of Marvel's The INVADERS, specifically #32 and #33 from 1978. Join the Into The Weird Crew as we team up with Namor, Cap, and the OG Human Torch to take down Hitler's newest bosom buddy - The Mighty THOR?? THAT, plus a guest appearance you wouldn't believe! Our Shoptalk segment, Recommendations of Raggador, and our Allies of Aggamoto return to the show. This time around we ascribe a 2nd Bronze Age Alter Ego to our Patreon subscriber SLANGWORD SCOTT (@ScottSlangword on Twitter). Many thanks to our other Patrons of the Weird, and to all our Weird Listeners. You can send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org, or interact with us on Twitter @IntoWeird, @Billyd_licious, or @darklongbox. Please consider supporting us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/intotheweird. Check out our blog at www.sinkintotheweird.com for a Podcast Addendum Post with images from the issues discussed. Many thanks, as always, to our unofficial sponsor SEVEN KINGDOMS, the MARVELous Metal Band whose song IN THE WALLS serves as our intro. You rock! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/intotheweird/message
NOTE: I recommend watching the video of this episode, not just listening to the audio.What does the environment mean to you?We are motivated by what's in our hearts more than facts or numbers so I believe we will act more when we connect with what's in our hearts, which inspires us. The fastest, most effective way to influence governments and corporations is to act ourselves here and now, keep acting, keep learning, and then lead others based on our experience acting.I also ask most of my podcast guests what the environment means to them. I start my third TEDx talk, Stop Suggesting Small Things. Do Meaningful Things, with my answer by saying how I grew up near the best sledding hill in the world.I visited for the first time in a long time, took a few pictures, and narrated them. I hope the experiences put you in touch with what you find meaningful in nature.I couldn't bear in the video to comment how this idyllic appearing spot isn't far from where I got mugged a couple times, my bike stolen, threatened with a wrench in my face by one group of kids and a rock by a couple others demanding my watch, etc. In the beginning of the video I walked past the house of the family that barely escaped Hitler.And everything in between. It was a childhood of diverse living. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode we explore the story that Hilter escapes Germany in 1945. We also have guest from a far away land. As we dive down this rabbit hole we accidently blow Robs mind. So what did happen in the Fuhrer Bunker on April 30 1945. We try to get to the bottom of it on this episode of Project Skeptic. Email: Projectskepticpod@gmail.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/projectskeptic/
I'm currently reading Ryan Holiday's Courage is Calling, and he talked about a writer, Varlam Shalamov, who, in the 1930s, was sentenced to hard labor in a Soviet gulag. This passage stood out at me:“There he was in one of the darkest places a human could be, and what did he find? He found deep insight into the human condition. “I discovered that the world should be divided not into good and bad people but into cowards and non-cowards,” he wrote. “Ninety-five percent of cowards are capable of the vilest things, lethal things, at the mildest threat.”When we ask about courage, we are thinking about it precisely wrong. It's not our question to ask. For it is we who are being asked the question.”We live in an age of cowards. Of people going along with the crowd because it's the easy thing to do. It feels safer to throw stones at the other side than it does to stand for something positive and hopeful. There's risk in questioning things and seeking other perspectives, whereas joining in the mob costs us nothing (except perhaps our character).But maybe things have always been this way. It's still difficult for most people to wrap their minds around the Holocaust, how so many people just went along with it. The more I learn about psychology, the more I understand how it happened, but it doesn't make the lack of courage any more appalling. As a kid learning about WWII, I had no doubt in my mind that I would have done the right thing had I been in Germany at that time. I'm less sure now that I'm older but I hope I would have acted like a man I learned about when visiting Berlin's Topography of Terror. In a black and white photo at this museum, I saw a crowd of mostly men raising their arms in the nazi salute but one man did not join them.Caption to this photo: “Conformity and refusal: Spectators and workers of the Blohm & Voss shipyards during the singing of the national anthem and the Horst Wessel Song following the ‘Fuhrer's address' given by Adolf Hitler on the occasion of the launch of the German Navy training ship ‘Horst Wessel' Hamburg, June 13, 1936. While all those present raise their right arms in the obligatory ‘German salute' one man refuses and crosses his arms. We have varying, sometimes conflicting, information on the identity of this brave non-conformist. His name was probably August Landmesser.” Wow. Can you imagine yourself doing the same? Really think about that now and how courage plays out in your own life. How often do you stay silent or go along with the crowd because it feels better than standing apart?Courage doesn't have to be as grand as being part of the nazi resistance. It can be as small as offering to help a stranger on the sidewalk. In your mind, you might debate, “Well, do they really need my help? Would I offend them if I offered to open the door for them?” And you might really worry about offending them, but you're likely also worried, maybe more so, that they would make you feel bad if they took offense to your offer.Courage is about stretching out of your comfort zone and doing the right thing. You won't always get congratulated for that, but, when it comes to helping people out, they are almost always appreciative of kind gestures.This episode discusses what courage is anIt's not super easy for U.S. citizens to get visas to live and work abroad (and the U.S. gov doesn't make it easy for people to come in either). But millions of Americans have figured out how to create a life overseas, and so can you.Here's my cheat sheet of the nine easiest countries to move to from the U.S.https://www.sarahmikutel.com/countryguide
By 1939, the Royal Navy had lost a decade of growth, after budget cuts during the Great Depression and the closure of shipyards resulted in an older fleet than that of its enemies. The navy's role as the defender of the sea lanes that bound the empire together meant that it was for much of the war, Britain's primary line of defence against the Axis powers. The British were vulnerable as a net importer of food to U-Boat warfare and following the failure of the Battle of Britain and the decision by Hitler to shelve plans for an invasion indefinately, attacks on British merchant shipping was the means by which the Nazi regime believed the British could be brought to their knees. This podcast explores the challenges of strategy and military hardware that the British were presented with at the start of the war. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In today's Family Stories we hear about a young Englishwoman who found herself in Germany in 1936 and went to hear Hitler speak. Plus stories from South Africa, Australia and the Scottish Isles. Read by Al Murray and James Holland, these extraordinary stories of normal people's wartime adventures were sent in by you, our listeners.Email your stories to email@example.com or leave them on the Family Stories page of our members' site: patreon.com/wehavewaysA Goalhanger Films productionProduced by Harry LinekerExec Producer Tony PastorTwitter: #WeHaveWays@WeHaveWaysPodWebsite: www.wehavewayspod.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I recorded my second conversation with my mom about my childhood and before during the pandemic, in the spring of 2020. Shortly after recording our first conversation, which covered race, George Floyd was murdered. You know the rest. I knew we had spent years as white minorities in India and in a black neighborhood in Philadelphia, at least part time.I was curious to learn more of the time she would have remembered better. In this episode we talk about being redlined, being the victim of race-based violence and objectifying, as well as the access to opportunity to resources for our skin color. Also friends who narrowly escaped Hitler, why my mom converted from Lutheran to Judaism, and bringing classes of her black students from Chicago in the 1960s to where she grew up in South Dakota, where the students declared the Native Americans had it worse.I've never understood the world people describe me coming from. I'm curious to hear the white experience from suburbs, never having lived as a minority, little crime or violence, never mugged, or whatever it's like. I presume it's no easier for them than anyone else, but it's foreign to me. I think if I learned it, I'd understand what people see in me.Anyway, my mom took a long time to agree to post this episode. I'm not sure her reasons, but I think America has so polarized talking about race that non-partisan mainstream people fear the consequences from those who benefit from polarizing from even simply sharing their personal experiences. I hope this episode helps defuse. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Synopsis On today's date in 1937, a gala concert in Berlin presented the premiere performance of Robert Schumann's Violin Concerto in D-minor, a work composed in the fall of 1853, shortly before Schumann's tragic mental collapse. The Concerto was never given a public performance during Schumann's lifetime, although the great 19th century violinist Joseph Joachim read through the score during an orchestral rehearsal early in 1854, and played the work privately in 1855, with piano accompaniment provided by Schumann's wife, Clara. Clara, Joachim and their mutual friend Johannes Brahms all judged the concerto sub-par and perhaps embarrassing evidence of Schumann's declining mental state. Oddly enough, the 1937 premiere in Berlin, attended by none other than Adolf Hitler, was presented as part of the Nazi's “Strength Through Joy” cultural program. German commentators touted Schumann's ties to the German “folk,” while American critics bemoaned that most of the great German violinists of the day were unavailable for this important premiere, having all left Germany for racial or political reasons. On this side of the Atlantic, it was violinist Yehudi Menuhin who gave the American premiere of Schumann's long-neglected Concerto a month later, first with piano accompaniment at Carnegie Hall, then later with the St. Louis Symphony. Music Played in Today's Program Robert Schumann (1810 – 1856) — Violin Concerto in D Minor (Gidon Kremer, violin; Philharmonia Orchestra; Riccardo Muti, cond.) EMI 69334
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Thomas Kendrick was at the very centre of British Intelligence operations throughout the first half of the twentieth century. He combined a public face of an English gentleman whilst privately masterminding MI6's spy networks throughout Europe. Perhaps his finest hour came in the run-up to the Second World War when stationed in Vienna as a British passport officer he issued thousands of visas and passports to Austrian Jews enabling an estimated 10,000 people to escape the coming Holocaust. Betrayed by a double agent in 1938 he survived an assassination attempt and was arrested by the Gestapo and interrogated before being expelled from Austria and returning to Britain. Once the Second World War broke out headed one of the most important intelligence operations of the war. Senior Nazi generals who had become POWs were installed in luxurious accommodation and allowed to speak freely whilst all the while being monitored on hidden microphones. The information they unwittingly revealed undoubtedly shortened the war and saved many thousands of lives. Historian Helen Fry returns to the podcast to tell Dan all about this extraordinary story that she has been researching for her new book Spymaster: The Man Who Saved MI6. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
[00:30] Media Covering for Darrell Brooks (25 minutes)The left-wing media has been diligent about characterizing the Waukesha massacre in a way that's favorable to its agenda. Instead of calling it an "attack," networks have been calling it a “crash,” indicating it was an accident. Compare that to the Charlottesville attack from 2017 when the left-wing media characterized the incident as a “white supremacist attack” on the crowd. Facebook and Twitter have even rushed to erase Black Lives Matter-supporting posts from Brooks's accounts, which included posts endorsing Adolf Hitler and calls to "knock out" white people. [25:40] Releasing All Criminals (18 minutes)John Chisholm is the Wisconsin district attorney who is ultimately responsible for the $1,000 bail that allowed violent criminal Darrell Brooks to go free last week. Chisholm admitted in 2007 that his lenient approach to criminal justice would probably result in people being killed, but that was a small price to pay and shouldn't undermine the overall goal. Justice “reform” prosectors across the United States have announced that they are going soft on crime. The results are appalling. From San Francisco to New York City, residents, and even members of the media like Joe Scarborough, are complaining about the lawlessness in America's cities. [43:00] The Great Paradox of Knowledge (14 minutes)Why can't the same people who send men to the moon and back also bring peace and stability to the world, or even a single nation? With such an explosion of material knowledge, it would seem that our countries should be getting more and more peaceful and prosperous. But crime rates continue to soar, and evil men and seducers, as the Apostle Paul wrote, “wax worse and worse.” As Revelation 12:9 explains, Satan has deceived the whole world and has blinded mankind to what would solve every human problem on our planet—the true gospel of Jesus Christ.
One of the major events leading up to the Munich agreement was a series of two personal conversations between the British Prime Minister Nivelle Chamberlain and Adolf Hitler. The original idea for these conversations originated in London during conversations that would occur in late August
The Battle of Prokhorovka was one of the largest tank battles in military history. Taking place on the Eastern Front, it was fought on 12 July 1943 as part of the wider Battle of Kursk. Two elite SS divisions were obliterated, and about 300 panzers were destroyed as the Red Army began to turn the tide for Hitler. Prokhorovka has always been notorious, but British historian Ben Wheatley has challenged the traditional myths surrounding the battle by fine-combing through the evidence. In this episode from Dan Snow's History Hit, he joins Dan to reveal his findings, and argue how it was impossible for the German's to have suffered the major losses which have been marked out in history books. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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En este episodio te vamos a contar sobre el joven que por defender a su familia le disparó a un diplomático alemán en París y fue el pretexto perfecto para que Hitler desatara su furia contra el pueblo judío. Además te contaremos cómo se descubrió la galaxia de Andrómeda y sobre un chico que intentó vender por internet a un país.
30. Januar 1933: Hitler wird Reichskanzler und die Nazis schaffen es, die Demokratie in nur sechs Wochen abzuschaffen. Uwe Wittstock erzählt von diesem rasanten Absturz in die Diktatur aus der wechselnden Sicht prominenter Autoren und Autorinnen. Für sie alle wird der Februar entscheidend.Von Gisa Funckwww.deutschlandfunk.de, BüchermarktDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Flinging off her heels under shellfire in Civil War Spain. Taking tea with Hitler after a Nuremberg rally. Gossipping with Churchill by his goldfish pond. The pioneering 1930s female war correspondent Virginia Cowles did all of these things. In this special episode, we're joined by not one, but two experts to discuss the life of the trailblazing Virginia Cowles. The first is the author Judith Mackrell, whose most recent book, Going with the Boys, follows six women journalists, including Virginia, who reported on the Second World War. The second is multi-award winning journalist and senior foreign correspondent for the Sunday Times, Christina Lamb, who has written the foreword to the re-issue of Virginia's memoir. We join Virginia in 1938 as she reports from a Europe on the brink of the Second World War. As ever, maps, images and much more about this episode is to be found at our website tttpodcast.com. Click here to order Virginia Cowles' and Judith Mackrell's book from John Sandoe's who, we are delighted to say, are supplying books for the podcast. Show notes Scene One: September, Nuremberg. Virginia attends a Nuremberg Rally and afterwards has a mind boggling conversation with Unity Mitford, a close friend of Hitler's. Scene Two: August, Prague. Virginia speaks to Czech citizens who fear imminent German aggression. Scene Three: October, London. Virginia has a conversation with Neville Chamberlain in the aftermath of the Munich Agreement. Memento: Christina chooses Virginia's high heels, and Judith chooses one of the Nazi government's traditional new year posters depicting an image of a helmeted German soldier with the caption “1939”. People/Social Presenter: Artemis Irvine Guest: Christina Lamb and Judith Mackrell Production: Maria Nolan Podcast partner: Unseen Histories Follow us on Twitter: @tttpodcast_ Or on Facebook See where 1938 fits on our Timeline
There's a lot of talk about toxicity and division. You can see it when you log onto social media, or turn on certain stations. You'll see a sour-faced television presenter or hear a loud radio host who is here to convince you that some group, that “they” - whoever “they” are - are the reason things are bad. But the template for that came from Southeast Michigan, starting in the late 1920s and running through the 1930s. If you listen to recordings of Father Coughlin - known as the radio priest with the full name of Charles Edward Coughlin - you'll hear the echoes of the discord we have today. He led a church at 12 Mile and Woodward in Royal Oak; and broadcasted from the Golden Tower of the Fisher Building, syndicating anti-semitism throughout the nation. Coughlin supported the policies of Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, and other, let's just say, not great people. He questioned the value of free elections. He shared and endorsed fraudulent texts that outlined a conspiracy for Jews to take over the world. He even had a militia in New York that followed his orders. And here's the kicker. He was so popular the Royal Oak post office was built to support all of his fan mail. In order to move forward, we need to know our past. So meet Andrew Lapin who has made a whole podcast called "Radioactive," a multi-part series that dives into the story and how Father Coughlin manipulated radio for his own ends. Be sure to check it out here: https://www.tabletmag.com/podcasts/radioactive Plus, a couple things to know around town.
Trying something a little different with this episode. Very nervous, anxious and feeling a little silly but a little different doesn’t mean wrong. BTW, swear word at the very end. We hope you... Don your smoking jacket, pop on your slippers and reach for your pipe... Sit back and enjoy the feeling of being a 'real man'. Elton and Pete guide you through the topics of the day and movies of great interest that every discerning gentleman should be well informed on.
Today's ID the Future again spotlights The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith. Historian Richard Weikart and host Casey Luskin discuss Weikart's contribution to the new anthology, his essay “How Evil Has Been Done in the Name of Science.” As Weikart explains, over the past century and a half, science has been misused to fuel racist policies and undermine human rights. Darwinian ideas helped lay the groundwork for Nazi ideology in Germany. And we shouldn't imagine the problem was restricted to Nazi Germany. Scientific racism also reared its head in the United States, including in the long-running and infamous Tuskegee syphilis experiment. More broadly, a marriage of scientism and evolutionary thinking continues to undermine the idea of inherent human worth Read More › Source
Exploramos los primeros años de la segunda guerra mundial en el campo de batalla europeo. Después de la invasión de Polonia, Hitler se pone como objetivo principal la invasión de su enemigo histórico, Francia. Veremos cómo las fuerzas aliadas casi son derrotadas a no ser por la posterior evacuación de Dunkerque, y conoceremos la traición de Hitler a su pacto con Stalin, mientras marchaba con sus fuerzas hacia la Unión Soviética.
This week, we explore the symbol of one of the lesser-known in Freemasonry--the Moon. We often think it means just relating to the equilibrium of ruling a Lodge, but could it mean more? Is the secret pertaining to divine feminine energy? And can it also have a historical and practical purpose within our ritual? We've also got a great, all-new Masonic Minute segment with Illustrious Brother Harrison. What happens when Steve sits down for lunch and realizes the Brothers he's talking to have never heard of perhaps the most considerable Masonic controversy ever? What is the danger of not knowing about this strange tale in Masonic history? All this and more, stay tuned! Links: The Sun, Moon, and Master of the Lodge https://californiafreemason.org/2019/11/14/the-sun-the-moon-and-the-master The Sun, the Moon, and the Freemason https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5644eeffe4b0b0ba349f7b3f/t/5defdd9a42a3c814ed114288/1576000922505/Sun+and+Moon.pdf NASA Confirms Longest Eclipse https://www.scientiststudy.com/2021/11/nasa-confirms-longest-lunar-eclipse-in.html https://www.scientiststudy.com/2021/11/nasa-confirms-longest-lunar-eclipse-in.html?m=1 Masonic Conferences http://www.masonicconferences.com Double Eagle Con 2021 http://www.tinyurl.com/doubleeaglecon2021 I Was Wrong, Conspiracies Are No Laughing Matter http://www.midnightfreemasons.org/2021/11/i-was-wrong-conspiracies-are-no.html Persecuted Masons: The Holocaust and Hitler's Attack on Freemasonry https://blog.philosophicalsociety.org/2020/07/20/persecuted-masons-the-holocaust-and-hitlers-attack-on-freemasonry/ Why People Latch on To Conspiracy Theories – According to Science https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/why-people-latch-on-to-conspiracy-theories-according-to-science WCY Podcast YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/WhenceCameYou The Craftsman+ Journal and Pen http://www.wcypodcast.com/the-shop Ancient Modern Initiation: Special Edition http://www.wcypodcast.com/the-Shop The Master's Word- A Short Treatise on the Word, the Light, and the Self - Autographed https://wcypodcast.com/the-shop Wilmshurst University https://wilmshurstuniversity.com Get the new book! How to Charter a Lodge https://wcypodcast.com/the-shop The Great Books Program! https://wcypodcast.com/the-great-books-program Truth Quantum https://truthquantum.com Our Patreon www.patreon.com/wcypodcast Support the show on Paypal https://wcypodcast.com/support-the-show Get some swag! https://wcypodcast.com/the-shop Get the book! http://a.co/5rtYr2r Links listed may or may not be Amazon affiliate links.
In this episode we briefly discuss the case of Kyle Rittenhouse and explain as to why he is not someone we need to focus on individually, unless someone plans on logging him out of the matrix. He is someone we will probably watch become a cop or a US Representative, but if that is the case will he truly be any different than many of the others? We also discuss the history of the US as a Settler-Colonial State and how Colonialism was directly connected to and a part of the Capitalist development in history. We also discuss the importance of organizing and why getting organized is the most important thing we can be doing today! I hope you enjoy! Hitler's American Model for NYU.pdf The Apocalypse of Settler Colonialism: The Roots of Slavery, White Supremacy, and Capitalism in 17th Century North America and the Caribbean - PDFDrive.com (wsimg.com)
On March 10, 1943, under the orders of Adolf Eichmann, one of Hitler's architects of the Final Solution to the Jewish Question, railcars began rolling into the country of Belarus. The purpose? To transport all of the Jews of Bulgaria to the Death Camps of Treblinka located in German Occupied Poland. Bulgarian police began to round up Jews - going door-to-door as early as 3 in the morning. They were taken at gunpoint. Jewish collection centers were located in schools and other community centers. There was one problem, though - The Bulgarian People. You see, when the train cars began to arrive, the Bulgarian people united to save the Jews of their country. Although they did not know the Bulgarian Jews' final destination was to the death camps and gas chambers, some rumors had circulated the cities and towns. The Bulgarian Church led the opposition to the deportation of the Bulgarian Jews. If the Church allowed the Jews to be deported, they would have violated their obligations, the Rev. Boris Halapia stated. The word, WE MUST HELP. The whole Orthodox Church of Bulgaria came together - and sent a letter to the King, begging mercy for the Jews of the country. The Church also told the Chief of Police that they would not accept the mandate to deport the Jews from the country and would do anything possible to hinder the deportation efforts. Church followers began to arrive at the centers, and they told the frightened Jews that they would not let anything happen to them. Crowds protested across the country; the Church printed thousands of forged Baptismal certificates for Jews, risking their own lives. The falsification of faith - saved lives! It would take several months before Jews would return from hiding to their homes - much to the dismay of the Nazis. Hitler was furious. In a meeting with King Boris, he demanded the deportation of the Jews - Hitler went into a rage, King Boris recalled. Screaming; and going into a tirade, King Boris described - but Boris didn't surrender, not one inch. Boris told Hitler that Bulgaria needed the Jews for labor projects. Hitler did not believe the King, but he didn't want to lose an ally. He finally bought what Boris was selling and agreed, but only if all the Jewish men were relocated from the cities to labor camps. Some 20,000 Jews were indeed moved from the cities to the countryside - but not one of them outside the borders of Bulgaria. The deportation of the Jews of Bulgaria never took place. As a result, Bulgaria was the only country in Eastern Europe whose Jewish population remained the same throughout the Holocaust. It was known as The Miracle of the Jewish People Among the Jews of Bulgaria. This miracle was never made public immediately following World War II because the Soviet Government suppressed it - sound familiar? And Why? Because Communist Soviet Regime didn't want the credit of the rescue of these Jews given to a monarchy and The Church - both of which are enemies of The Soviet Union and communism. It would take the fall of The Iron Curtain in 1989 for this to finally become known. Folks, why do I tell this story? Is it because I am indeed a history nerd? Perhaps. But more to the point, I want to share that people can do many things when they come together for a common purpose. We are those people. As conservatives and challengers to our country's communistic push and pull, we are charged to protect what so many before us died to preserve. Granted, we are not coming together to save a race or population from mass murder and extinction. Instead, we are here to preserve the American way of life - that has been being attacked from within our borders. We now live in a society where we allow hundreds and thousands of tyrants in Washington DC to tell us how they think, believe, and parent. We sit back and buy into a system that government, not God, knows best. Music courtesy of Greg Shields Music. http://www.reverbnation.com/GregShields
We're putting this podcast out again because it's by far our most popular and yet if you've found us recently you may never have discovered it. Synopsis: The Germans make extraordinary preparations for the immense task of invading Britain in 1940. Why bother when neither Hitler nor any senior German officer wanted to do it or thought it was possible?
Nobody is surprised vigilante Kyle Rittenhouse got away with murder. Dandy right-wing loon Glenn Beck said he'd donate to murderer Kyle so the young killer could sue the crap out of corporate media. Army personnel must get the jab. An analysis of the earliest COVID 19 cases points to the Wuhan Market as the source. The Crabs played a clip of a prophetess declaring she was moving into a well-to-do community in an effort to infiltrate the rich. A MAGAT running for office blathered something about how laws contrary to the word of god should be made illegal. An opposition leader in Hungary vowed to restore his country's relationship to western alliances. Trump and Desantis have a strained relationship because Ron is stealing the spotlight and donations for the 2024 presidential election. Wanker Josh Bernstein said Biden is "probably a descendant of Satan." Mike Lindell blamed Hitler for a last-minute conspiracy to stop his Thanksgiving election reversal. Evangelical yank storm Jackson Lahmeyer said Fauci is a mass murders but dubbed Rittenhouse a hero.
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Samstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Gewalt bei Protesten in den Niederlanden Bei einer Kundgebung gegen schärfere Corona-Regeln ist es in Rotterdam zu schweren Ausschreitungen gekommen. Nach Schüssen der Polizei soll es sieben Verletzte gegeben haben, teilte die Polizei in der niederländischen Hafenstadt mit. Randalierer hatten Polizeiautos in Brand gesteckt sowie Polizisten und Feuerwehrleute mit Gegenständen beworfen. Die Proteste richteten sich gegen Überlegungen der Regierung, angesichts steigender Corona-Infektionszahlen eine 2G-Regel in den Niederlanden einzuführen. Zugang zu Veranstaltungen, Cafés und Restaurants gäbe es dann nur noch für Geimpfte und Genesene. Genehmigung für Corona-Tabletten Die EU-Arzneimittelbehörde EMA hat dem Corona-Medikament Molnupiravir des US-Pharmariesen MSD eine Notfallzulassung erteilt. Die Tabletten könnten zur Behandlung von COVID-19-Patienten eingesetzt werden, bei denen das Risiko einer schweren Erkrankung droht, teilte die EMA mit. Das Mittel verringert die Fähigkeit des Coronavirus, sich in Körperzellen zu vermehren, und mildert damit den Krankheitsverlauf. Außerdem prüft die EMA derzeit auch das Medikament Paxlovid des US-Pharmakonzerns Pfizer. Paxlovid kann ebenfalls in Tablettenform von COVID-19-Patienten eingenommen werden. Bayern und Sachsen ziehen Notbremse Mit massiven Maßnahmen reagieren die Landesregierungen in München und Dresden auf die stark steigende Zahl der Corona-Infektionen im Südosten Deutschlands. In Bayern sollen laut Ministerpräsident Markus Söder von Mitte kommender Woche an für Ungeimpfte strikte Kontaktbeschränkungen gelten. Alle Clubs, Diskotheken und Bars müssen für die nächsten drei Wochen schließen, Weihnachtsmärkte soll es nicht geben. Ähnliche Maßnahmen sollen in Sachsen bereits am Montag in Kraft treten, wie Sozialministerin Petra Köpping mitteilte. Zudem werden dort Großveranstaltungen, Feste, Messen und auch die Beherbergung von Touristen untersagt. Saakaschwili nimmt wieder Nahrung zu sich Nach der Verlegung in ein Militärkrankenhaus hat Georgiens Ex-Präsident Michail Saakaschwili seinen Hungerstreik beendet. Der 53-Jährige befinde sich weiter in einem lebensbedrohlichen Zustand, sagte sein Arzt Nikolos Kipschidse. Er werde intensivmedizinisch betreut. Saakaschwili war Anfang Oktober nach acht Jahren im Exil aus der Ukraine nach Georgien zurückgekehrt und kurz darauf festgenommen worden. Aus Protest gegen seine Inhaftierung nahm er sieben Wochen lang keine Nahrung zu sich. Die Behörden werfen ihm Amtsmissbrauch vor. Er weist die Anschuldigungen als politisch motiviert zurück. Polizeischüler posieren als Nazis Im Westen Kolumbiens haben Polizeianwärter bei einer Veranstaltung SS-Uniformen getragen und Nazisymbole zur Schau gestellt. Ein Teilnehmer hatte sich als Adolf Hitler verkleidet, wie Fotos in sozialen Netzwerken zeigten. Der Direktor der Polizeischule in Tuluá wurde entlassen. Präsident Iván Duque sowie die deutsche und die israelische Botschaft in Bogotá verurteilten die Vorgänge als Verharmlosung der NS-Herrschaft. Das kolumbianische Verteidigungsministerium betonte, die Veranstaltung habe in keiner Hinsicht den politischen Leitlinien bei der Ausbildung von Sicherheitskräften entsprochen. Freispruch im Kenosha-Prozess Im US-Bundesstaat Wisconsin ist ein junger Todesschütze freigesprochen worden. Der angeklagte Kyle Rittenhouse hatte bei Anti-Rassismus-Protesten in der Stadt Kenosha zwei Männer erschossen und ein dritten verletzt. Die Geschworenen befanden den zum Tatzeitpunkt 17-Jährigen in allen Anklagepunkten für nicht schuldig. Rittenhouse hatte nach eigenen Angaben im August 2020 Geschäfte vor Plünderern schützen wollen. US-Präsident Joe Biden rief dazu auf, das Urteil zu akzeptieren, auch wenn ein "Gefühl des Ärgers" zurückbleibe. Anti-Waffen- und Bürgerrechtsgruppen sprachen von einem "Justizirrtum". Biden ist fit Erstmals in seiner Amtszeit hat Joe Biden den für US-Präsidenten üblichen regelmäßigen Gesundheits-Check absolviert. Nach Angaben seines Arztes ist Biden ein gesunder, kräftiger 78 Jahre alter Mann, der fit sei, erfolgreich die Pflichten der Präsidentschaft auszuüben. Das jüngst vermehrt von der Öffentlichkeit bemerkte Räuspern und Husten des Präsidenten führte der Mediziner auf gelegentliches Sodbrennen zurück. Zum anderen sei Bidens Gang etwas steifer. Hier empfahl der Arzt orthopädische Einlagen.
On this episode of the NTEB Prophecy News Podcast, we are looking at the new fascism sweeping across the world, medical fascism, with the tip of the needle replacing the barrel of the gun. If you know anything about science and biology, then you know that vaccine mandates have nothing to do with science and biology, not with a virus that has a 98.8% recovery rate. Much is made of comparing COVID-19 to the 1918 Spanish Flu, but there is no comparison. The Spanish Flu killed 55 million people in the same time frame that COVID-19 has killed 5 million. Not even close. So why the forced vaccinations and the authoritarian lockdowns? As we have long told you, this is the New World Order coming into play, dissent is not optional. Today on the podcast we show you the rising tyranny, the medical fascism, and what you can likely expect to see happen next. Friendly word of warning, it's not pretty so buckle up. To the FIGHT!!! The book of Ecclesiastes clearly shows us that events across the board in humanity are cyclical, the thing that was is the thing that shall be, and we would do well to heed that wisdom here living in 2021. For most of my life, I have studied Nazi Germany from just about every angle that you can think of, and as a Bible believer I recognize that much of the time of Jacob's trouble was fulfilled in type under Adolf Hitler. That said, get ready for a repeat of 1933. Oh yeah, baby, medical fascism. https://www.nowtheendbegins.com/nteb-prophecy-news-podcast-as-germany-and-austria-lockdown-unvaccinated-we-are-living-in-a-time-of-medical-fascism/
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Durant l'été 1944, la situation de l'armée allemande, menacée par la double avancée des Anglo-américains à l'Ouest et de l'Armée rouge à l'Est, devient très difficile. Poussé dans ses retranchements, Hitler prend des décisions radicales, comme celle de détruire Paris. Le général Dietrich von Choltitz, gouverneur militaire de la capitale, lui a-t-il évité le pire ?Un militaire disciplinéDietrich von Choltitz n'est gouverneur militaire du "Grand Paris" que depuis le 7 août 1944. C'est un soldat discipliné, qui exécute sans états d'âme apparents les ordres qu'il reçoit d'Hitler.Il n'a pas hésité à faire raser Sébastopol, en 1942, et a participé, selon toutes les apparences, à la politique d'extermination des juifs mise en place par les nazis. De surcroît, le général n'apprécie pas les Français.Le Führer lui a donc ordonné de réduire Paris à un "champ de ruines" s'il ne parvenait pas à résister aux assauts des Alliés. Il fit donc poser des explosifs sous certains ponts ou dans des monuments comme les Invalides ou le château de Vincennes. Pas de quoi faire sauter tout Paris !Pourquoi von Choltitz n'ordonna pas la destruction ?Mais les mines posées n'explosèrent jamais. Von Choltitz y est-il pour quelque chose ? De fait, il ne donna jamais l'ordre de déclencher les explosifs. Mais ce n'était pas pour épargner Paris, comme il voulut le faire croire après la guerre, pour se faire une réputation flatteuse.En fait, il n'avait tout simplement pas assez d'hommes pour tenir la ville et mener à bien une opération d'une aussi grande ampleur. Par ailleurs, il jugeait qu'elle n'avait aucun sens sur le plan militaire et qu'elle gênerait la progression des troupes allemandes refluant de Normandie.En outre, il est probable que le consul de Suède Raoul Nordling, qui faisait la liaison avec la Résistance, l'ait persuadé, à un moment où la guerre paraissait perdue pour les Allemands, de ne pas associer son nom à la destruction de la capitale française.Le général allemand savait qu'il serait probablement jugé après la guerre. Il semble que les Alliés l'aient averti, que, s'il donnait l'ordre de détruire Paris, le jugement serait sans doute plus sévère. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Critics often present recent ideological convulsions at the New York Times as an embarrassing deviation from the paper's illustrious history. Ashley Rindsberg, author of The Gray Lady Winked, joins me to explain why they're wrong. The Times, as he documents, has been plagued by scandal after scandal over the past hundred years, and its journalistic and editorial failures reveal more continuity than declining standards. Rindsberg also explains why the standard critiques of the paper from the right and the left are incomplete: far more than any consistent ideological agenda, the Times pursues the agenda of the powerful dynastic family that owns and controls it, whose interests are in tension with the paper's supposed commitment to truth and the public good. https://www.thegrayladywinked.com/
In recent days, there has been a strategic realignment with potentially earth-shaking implications. Xi Jinping, the murderous dictator who leads the Chinese Communist Party, has effectively become the emperor of China. And Joe Biden has effectively become his most important vassal. These new roles were evident in even the highly selective renderings of the discussion during the two men's over three-hour-long virtual summit earlier this week. Xi was domineering and bullying; Biden was the supplicant and accommodating. Now, Emperor Xi has summoned the U.S. president to come to Beijing for next February's Olympics. If he attends what are properly described as the Genocide Games, it will rival Hitler's 1936 Berlin Olympiad for legitimating and emboldening freedom's foes. We have a treaty obligation to punish, not reward, genocide. America and its president must stand up to Xi Jinping, not kow-tow before him. This is Frank Gaffney.
Cracking Open Your Tuition with Isabeau Maxwell “Your guides will show you exactly what you need, and exactly what you can handle.” – Isabeau Maxwell “You hear me say this over and over again... The inner work is a BIG piece of this, because if you don't do the inner work, if you don't look at what's holding you back, if you don't look at the traumas and the difficulties that you've experienced and some early childhood stuff, and maybe even some past life stuff, and you don't clear that out – you can't connect in this way. And it's hard AF.“ – Dr Amy Robbins “When you go through inner work, when you raise your vibration, you're raising yourself up into a space of compassion, a space of higher understanding and knowing… there's more compassion, more love, more connectiveness in your life. You're able to set more healthy boundaries. You experience more joy.” – Isabeau Maxwell Episode Summary: Have you ever kicked yourself because you didn't listen to your gut feeling? You know, when you JUST KNOW the right thing to do? What if you could amplify your intuition so the messages were clear as a bell? In this episode, we talk with Isabeau Maxwell, internationally known medium, author and teacher known for her compassion and accuracy. Isabeau specializes in teaching people how to open their own intuitive abilities and live an authentic, blissful life. Her latest books are, “Cracking Open” and “Adventures of a Reluctant Medium”. Listen in to understand how you can more easily tap into that deep knowing. Topics We Discuss: [5:05] Much like Dr. Amy Robbins, Isabeau Maxwell was a reluctant medium. Earlier in life, Isabeau was a spiritual skeptic, having majored in mathematics and chemistry, until a profound and unmistakable after-life visit from her deceased grandmother. [9:59] Isabeau's personal experience with asking and receiving proof. [13:57] Souls who are “stuck” between Earth and the other side. The fear, confusion or resistance that keeps them from fully crossing over. [18:32] The review process after death. Dr. Amy Robbins idea of what hell may be. Isabeau's description of what Hitler experienced after death. [24:02] How to develop your own intuition. Everyone is a natural intuitive; it's a matter of putting in the effort – practice Intuition is the sixth sense, just not a body-centered sense like the other five senses Defocusing on the “agreed upon reality” of the solid world [30:48] Difference between imagination and intuition, which flow through your brain the same way. Over time, however, you will be able to feel the difference. Imagination is a push, the intuition is a pull. Exercises to help you use imagination to spark intuition. [32:49] Synchronicities happen when you open your intuition and expand your channel. [36:27] The Sage Method – The approach Isabeau's guide used – over two years - to show her to tap into her own intuition. Now a 7 week course Isabeau teaches. [40:54] The importance of doing the hard, critical inner work. [43:46] The intense 30-second daily exercise - grounding, clearing and protecting – to move forward with balanced energy. FOLLOW ISABEAU MAXWELL You can learn more about Isabeau Maxwell and The Sage Method here: Website SUPPORT LIFE, DEATH AND THE SPACE BETWEEN: If you're enjoying the podcast and finding value in guest interviews, ghost stories, and the content I share, please consider supporting the show by becoming a Patreon member for as little as $5 a month at Patreon.com/DrAmyRobbins As a member you'll get more say in the content we cover and exclusive access to behind-the-scenes goodness! Stay Connected with Dr. Amy Robbins: Instagram YouTube Fireside Website Facebook
On this episode of Rightly Dividing, we are at ringside for the most spectacular event that will ever take place. Close your eyes and picture it with me for a moment. The Millennium is now over, Satan and his armies are all done, the startlingly short Battle of Gog and Magog in the books. The score is 777 to 666, King Jesus winner and still Champion. Now things take a sharp turn...He speaks and the entire planet earth spontaneously combusts and vaporizes...all the residents of Hell for the past 7,000 years now standing before a great white throne. Standing on....nothing? Standing on the word of God. The books of judgement from Cain to Hitler to the last sinner who rejected Jesus are now opened, and rewards are handed out. Where are we? Standing by to judge 'men and angels'. From this point forward, things really get crazy. Join us tonight as we travel in time to pay a visit to the great white throne judgment...if you dare. This is Part 3 is a series. Tonight we wrap up our multi-part look at events that will take place at the Great White Throne Judgment, and what an exciting trip it's been so far! Tonight, we focus on the last chapter of the last book of the Holy Bible, Revelation 22. Here we see what eternity looks like, how life will operate, and how eternal life will be given to everyone who is not part of the Body of Christ. https://www.nowtheendbegins.com/nteb-radio-bible-study-part-3-the-great-white-throne-judgment-found-in-revelation-20-and-everything-after-the-books-are-finally-opened/
Adolf Hitler “detested the idea that nations should be independent. His worldview was to eliminate independent nations. … He stole our word [nationalism] and applied it to this evil-doing, to his imperialism.” At the National Conservatism Conference in Orlando, Florida, we sat down with Yoram Hazony, chairman of the Edmund Burke Foundation and author of “The Virtue of https://www.theepochtimes.com/t-nationalism (Nationalism),” to discuss the values of national conservatism and what he sees as an assault on tradition, family, and nation. “Honor, hierarchy, tradition, all of these things are pejoratives today because Marxists worked hard and systematically to make it so,” Hazony says. Subscribe to the American Thought Leaders https://ept.ms/ATLnewsletter (newsletter) so you never miss an episode. Follow http://epochtv.com/ (EpochTV) on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus (https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus) Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTVus (https://twitter.com/EpochTVus) Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/EpochTV (https://rumble.com/c/EpochTV) Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtv (https://gettr.com/user/epochtv) Gab: https://gab.com/EpochTV (https://gab.com/EpochTV) Telegram: https://t.me/EpochTV (https://t.me/EpochTV) Parler: https://parler.com/#/user/EpochTV (https://parler.com/#/user/EpochTV)
In the exhausted, repressive years that followed Napoleon's defeat in 1815, there was one cause that came to galvanize countless individuals across Europe and the United States: freedom for Greece. Mark Mazower's wonderful The Greek Revolution: 1821 and the Making of Modern Europe (Penguin, 2021) recreates one of the most compelling, unlikely and significant events in the story of modern Europe. In the face of near impossible odds, the people of the villages, valleys and islands of Greece rose up against Sultan Mahmud II and took on the might of the imperial Ottoman armed forces, its Turkish cavalrymen, Albanian foot soldiers and the fearsome Egyptians. Despite the most terrible disasters, they held on until military intervention by Russia, France and Britain finally secured the kingdom of Greece. Mazower brilliantly brings together the different strands of the story. He takes us into the minds of revolutionary conspirators and the terrors of besieged towns, the stories of itinerant priests, sailors and slaves, ambiguous heroes and defenceless women and children struggling to stay alive amid a conflict of extraordinary brutality. Ranging across the Eastern Mediterranean and far beyond, he explores the central place of the struggle in the making of Romanticism and a new kind of politics that had volunteers flocking from across Europe to die in support of the Greeks. A story of how statesmen came to terms with an even more powerful force than themselves - the force of nationalism - this is above all a book about how people decided to see their world differently and, at an often terrible cost to themselves and their families, changed history. Mark Mazower is the Ira D. Wallach Professor of History at Columbia University. He is the author of Governing the World, Hitler's Empire and The Balkans: A Short History, winner of the Wolfson Prize for History, among other books. He lives in New York City. Thomas Kingston is currently a Huayu Enrichment Scholar, studying Mandarin Chinese at National Taiwan University, as he finds himself in post MPhil and pre PhD limbo. He holds an MA in Pacific Asian Studies from SOAS, University of London and an MPhil in Philosophy from Renmin University of China. His research interests focus on the political and intellectual histories of nationalism(s), imaginaries and colonialism in the East and Southeast Asian context. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
In the exhausted, repressive years that followed Napoleon's defeat in 1815, there was one cause that came to galvanize countless individuals across Europe and the United States: freedom for Greece. Mark Mazower's wonderful The Greek Revolution: 1821 and the Making of Modern Europe (Penguin, 2021) recreates one of the most compelling, unlikely and significant events in the story of modern Europe. In the face of near impossible odds, the people of the villages, valleys and islands of Greece rose up against Sultan Mahmud II and took on the might of the imperial Ottoman armed forces, its Turkish cavalrymen, Albanian foot soldiers and the fearsome Egyptians. Despite the most terrible disasters, they held on until military intervention by Russia, France and Britain finally secured the kingdom of Greece. Mazower brilliantly brings together the different strands of the story. He takes us into the minds of revolutionary conspirators and the terrors of besieged towns, the stories of itinerant priests, sailors and slaves, ambiguous heroes and defenceless women and children struggling to stay alive amid a conflict of extraordinary brutality. Ranging across the Eastern Mediterranean and far beyond, he explores the central place of the struggle in the making of Romanticism and a new kind of politics that had volunteers flocking from across Europe to die in support of the Greeks. A story of how statesmen came to terms with an even more powerful force than themselves - the force of nationalism - this is above all a book about how people decided to see their world differently and, at an often terrible cost to themselves and their families, changed history. Mark Mazower is the Ira D. Wallach Professor of History at Columbia University. He is the author of Governing the World, Hitler's Empire and The Balkans: A Short History, winner of the Wolfson Prize for History, among other books. He lives in New York City. Thomas Kingston is currently a Huayu Enrichment Scholar, studying Mandarin Chinese at National Taiwan University, as he finds himself in post MPhil and pre PhD limbo. He holds an MA in Pacific Asian Studies from SOAS, University of London and an MPhil in Philosophy from Renmin University of China. His research interests focus on the political and intellectual histories of nationalism(s), imaginaries and colonialism in the East and Southeast Asian context. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
What can you say about Iowa that you can't say about Hitler: it's mostly white, very German, and has a disproportionate influence on national policy. Also, lots of corn. We're joined by Drew Johnson to discuss the finer points of the state that's name is literally the placeholder for “a place where you don't want to go that no one gives a shit about and where people don't understand the finer things.” Let's party. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If all of our episode titles didn't have to strictly follow (split infinitive FTW!) the "Two Peas in a Pod" format, we'd call this one "In Loaf and Breadsketball." Get cozy as we riff on dough balls, the NRA (the NBA one), and the etymological legacy of Hitler's Germany. Other discussion topics may include: - A well bred breadth of breaded bread - The professional wrestling legacy of Millard Fillmore - How to correctly and incorrectly pronounced a lot of words...though you'll have to figure out which is which - A joke that would make the Beach Boys regret ever singing a note - Queens of Goths, Legends of Zelda, and Moppers of Floors
In 1936, Olympian runner Jesse Owens won four gold medals during the Berlin games, showing Hitler that race did not make a person inferior to another.
¿Sobrevivió a la guerra el hombre detrás del programa de armas secretas de Hitler? ¿Fue el general de las SS Hans Kammler traído de forma encubierta a los Estados Unidos para salvaguardar sus conocimientos? Al parecer, se había suicidado el 9 de mayo de 1945. Sin embargo, documentos encontrados recientemente contradicen la versión oficial. Kammler controlaba una extensa red de sitios de producción subterráneos vitales para el esfuerzo bélico alemán. Pero Kammler no estaba simplemente a cargo de la última tecnología de armas de vanguardia. El ex arquitecto e ingeniero civil también fue una de las figuras clave detrás de la construcción de campos de concentración y el empleo sistemático de sus internos como trabajadores forzados. Al final, escapó de ser acusado de criminal de guerra en los juicios de Nuremberg. La desaparición y las dos vidas de Hans Kammler: una historia de tumbas vacías y preguntas que aún requieren respuestas.
This week Darin Lahners sheds some light on some of the wild conspiratorial manifestos that have been dropped off at Masonic lodges all over Illinois. How does this speak of the collective thoughts on Freemasonry today, and what are its dangers? And what is the possible threat specifically affecting Freemasonry? Then, we'll travel nearly 70 years in the past to take a look at how Freemasons were persecuted during the Holocaust. We're not going to talk about the "Forget Me Not" at all. We'll talk about the real thing and give you some historical context on the conspiracy theories and propaganda that existed back in 1925. We'll then look at modern-day and why people believe in conspiracy theories according to science. And finally, we'll draw a Tarot card and discuss its meaning. All this and more, stay tuned! Links: Call to Conclave http://www.Call2conclave.org The Rocky Mountain Mason Podcast http://www.rockymountainmason.com Masonic Conferences http://www.masonicconferences.com Double Eagle Con 2021 http://www.tinyurl.com/doubleeaglecon2021 I Was Wrong, Conspiracies Are No Laughing Matter http://www.midnightfreemasons.org/2021/11/i-was-wrong-conspiracies-are-no.html Persecuted Masons: The Holocaust and Hitler's Attack on Freemasonry https://blog.philosophicalsociety.org/2020/07/20/persecuted-masons-the-holocaust-and-hitlers-attack-on-freemasonry/ Why People Latch on To Conspiracy Theories – According to Science https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/why-people-latch-on-to-conspiracy-theories-according-to-science WCY Podcast YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/WhenceCameYou The Craftsman+ Journal and Pen http://www.wcypodcast.com/the-shop Ancient Modern Initiation: Special Edition http://www.wcypodcast.com/the-Shop The Master's Word- A Short Treatise on the Word, the Light, and the Self - Autographed https://wcypodcast.com/the-shop Wilmshurst University https://wilmshurstuniversity.com Get the new book! How to Charter a Lodge https://wcypodcast.com/the-shop The Great Books Program! https://wcypodcast.com/the-great-books-program Truth Quantum https://truthquantum.com Our Patreon www.patreon.com/wcypodcast Support the show on Paypal https://wcypodcast.com/support-the-show Get some swag! https://wcypodcast.com/the-shop Get the book! http://a.co/5rtYr2r Links listed may or may not be Amazon affiliate links.
On this episode of Expanded Perspectives Classic Rewind, we go all the way back to January 27, 2014, when we spoke with author, researcher, and friend Gerrard Williams about his book Grey Wolf - The Escape of Adolf Hitler! Gerrard Williams is an international journalist and historian with an esteemed career spanning over thirty years. His resume includes acting as Duty Editor for Reuters, the BBC and Sky News. Williams' groundbreaking reporting has taken him to the front lines of the fall of the Soviet Union, the Rwandan Genocide, the 2004 tsunami in Thailand and the US occupation of Iraq, among many other international stories. Ten years ago, while reporting in Argentina, Williams came across evidence in a local archive that changed the way he looked at historical reporting–Nazi war criminals, potentially including Adolf Hitler, used clandestine international routes to flee defeated Germany for safe haven in Argentina and other South American countries. Using these archives, eye-witness reports and other local histories, Williams published the book, Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler. Despite the rigor in his journalism and his adherence to facts and evidence, the international community has largely ignored him. Today, with the release of classified FBI and OSS documents, his work is finally getting the credit and respect it deserves. Williams has taken over a dozen trips to Argentina, and visited locations like Hotel Eden, Bariloche and the Inalco House years before the FBI files pointed them out as potential locations of intrigue. Unlike his previous efforts, which lacked the finances and technology to dig deep enough to truly uncover anything, he believes that this team won't be held back in the same way. Williams understands how sensitive to discuss and unfathomable to comprehend this subject is, but he stands by his work and welcomes a spirited debated revolving around the newly released facts. All of this and more on this episode of Expanded Perspectives Classic Rewind! Show Notes: Email: email@example.com Hotline: 888-393-2783 Grey Wolf: The Escape of Adolf Hitler Want to help out the show? Expanded Perspectives Elite Music: All music for Expanded Perspectives is provided by Epidemic Sound!