Global Censor World Jewish Congress Praises Amazon Removal of “Holocaust Denial” Books

The jewish lobby welcomes Amazon move to remove “Holocaust-denial” books, offers assistance in identifying further through crime material.


World Jewish Congress CEO Robert Singer on Thursday thanked Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos for removing several Holocaust-denial books flagged by the WJC on multiple occasions since 2013, and as recently as earlier this month, as being in violation of Amazon’s guidelines prohibiting the sale of material that “promote or glorify hatred.” In a letter to Bezos, Singer offered the WJC’s assistance in helping to identify and flag other offensive material in similar violation of Amazon’s standards.

“On behalf of the more than 100 Jewish communities affiliated with the World Jewish Congress, I want to thank you and the staff at Amazon for removing the three Holocaust-denial books that my organization brought to your attention in a series of recent letters, and again in my article in the Los Angeles Times earlier this month,” wrote Singer in the letter to Bezos.

“The three titles that you removed – Holocaust: The Greatest Lie Ever Told, by Eleanor Wittakers; The Hoax of the Twentieth Century: The Case Against the Presumed Extermination of European Jewry, by Arthur R Butz; and Did Six Million Really Die? by Richard Harwood – are blatantly anti-Semitic works penned by some of the most notorious bigots of our time, and we commend you for recognizing the potential harm of enabling their accessibility on Amazon.

“We are also gratified to note that Amazon has removed numerous other Holocaust-denying items from its website. It is encouraging to know that Amazon is endeavouring to enforce its own standards and guidelines prohibiting the sale of material that “promote or glorify hatred, violence, racial, sexual or religious intolerance.”

“The World Jewish Congress stands ready to assist you in every way possible to identify and flag other offensive material that similarly violate Amazon’s guidelines, and ensure their quick removal from the website. We would welcome the opportunity to meet with you or one of your colleagues to discuss this matter further,” the letter concluded.


Amazon’s Massive Own Goal


The Amazon book-burning fest has caused consternation and in some cases despair. As a consequence of Amazon sticking two fingers up at the public’s right to access freedom of information I will suffer financially. Yet, today I celebrate the hole that these on-the-ropes last resort book burners are digging themselves into.

It is a mistake to think that Amazon Books and Amazon Kindle are omnipotent. They are not; they have many publishing rivals. These challengers are now partying at Amazon’s expense. Anticipating Soviet-style censorship most dissident publishers are already spreading their book selling bets across a wide number of online book publishers.

Amazon’s denial of the public right to access information will lead to the book publishers losing much of their market and their credibility to rivals. Will the Jewish lobbyists, who coerced the online publishers, make up for Amazon’s massive financial losses?

There are many other ways to expose international holocaust related fraud. Amazon is small fry. It wasn’t Amazon (or the Russians) that was pivotal in the US presidential elections; it was alternative and social media. The relatively uncontrolled internet has got the mainstream media in a panic; they too are on the ropes.

The book burners can interrupt progress but an interruption is never going to stop the free flow of information. Holocaust fraud is taking place on an international scale. Such fraud is in defiance of every country’s laws. Holocaust fraud has got to stop and it will be stopped at whatever cost.

Bans never stopped booze production during prohibition, bans don’t stop crime, sex, drug taking, and bans don’t stop the truth seeping out and becoming a torrent.

I have made a number of positive points and recommendations in my hour long Spingola Speaks radio broadcast. I hope that in listening to the broadcast the spirits will lift and inspiration will flower.

Jewish omnipotence is an illusion; the international Jew does have great power but they are few in number. In an awakening world comparatively few who are active in waging a war for domination are more vulnerable today than they have been.

If they don’t succeed in their aims to once and for all crush and dominate one billion ethnic Europeans and subjugate the world’s 6.4 billion non-Jewish ethnic communities then this tiny insignificant group of swindlers will fight and lose their last battle. The Jewish tail will not be wagging the Gentile dog for very much longer.

Amazon Decides That the Jewish “Holocaust” Cannot Stand Up to Critical Scrutiny

And so, under pressure, censors and removes historical works of which Jews disapprove; how large will their “banned list” get? What are the Jews hiding? Truth does not fear investigation.

Editorial Note by Kevin Alfred Strom: Giant, oligopolic sites such as Amazon are de facto public utilities and should be treated as such: They should not be permitted to censor public debate on ideas of significance. We should immediately put public pressure on Amazon to reverse this decision.

A FEW DAYS AGO, a lunatic Israel-first group calling itself “United With Israel” urged its mostly Christian dupes to participate in the Jewish pressure campaign to intimidate Amazon to stop sales of books that “deny the Holocaust” — that is, books which historically examine Jewish WW2 atrocity claims and find them wanting. Their boilerplate is copied almost word-for-word from that issued by many Jewish organizations in the past week or two in a tightly-orchestrated campaign.

The online retailer Amazon caved in to the pressure and has stopped selling three “Holocaust denial” books after Jewish groups insisted that they stop selling any books of which Jews disapproved on the topic.

Jews have demanded such censorship for years, but the recent Jewish campaign to convince the world that “anti-Semitism” is an exploding, out-of-control “crisis” prompted Robert Rozett, a senior official at Jewish “Holocaust remembrance” group Yad Vashem, to orchestrate the latest pressure campaign on Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos — in which hundreds of Jewish and Christian groups called for “immediate action” to censor historical works that dispute Jewish claims.

On Wednesday morning, the three titles that Mr Rozett had mentioned in his campaign were suddenly unavailable for purchase. Two were not showing up in searches, and one was listed but with a note saying that it was “under review” and could not be bought. This was the case for both US and UK stores.

Mr Rozett said the company had taken a “positive first step” which showed that they were listening to him and other Jewish groups that echoed his demand, such as the World Jewish Congress.

The titles in question were: Holocaust: The Greatest Lie Ever Told, by Eleanor Wittakers; The Hoax of the Twentieth Century: The Case Against the Presumed Extermination of European Jewry, by American professor Arthur R. Butz and Did Six Million Really Die? by Richard Harwood.

Amazon did not answer a request to comment for this article, and did not inform Mr Rozett that the books were being taken down.

Mr Rozett said the real test will be whether it takes related steps to stop feeding antisemitism.

“It’s a complex problem because Amazon is selling books, carrying reader reviews which defend them, and then Amazon recommends related titles to people,” he said.

Mr Rozett wants to know that Amazon will ensure that no Holocaust denial titles are sold, that no review sections on its site are used to propagate denial, and that people who bought denial books in the past are not being recommended books “that are likely to strengthen anti-Semitic beliefs based on their purchase history.”

Jewish Board of Deputies Vice President Marie van der Zyl indicated that this censorship is just the first step, saying, “Should any member of the public find further offending works, please get in contact with us and we will report them using the appropriate channels.”

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Source: National Vanguard correspondents

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Novelizing Vengeance


We’ve all daydreamed about the kind of unity and resolve it would take to turn the tide on the refugee hordes in Europe… now comes a serial novel about it all coming true. In “Hailstorm: The Saga of the New SS” I have created a meditation of pure Aryan vengeance in novel form. Follow the path of Karl Delling, American merchant sailor and National Socialist, as he struggles to reform the Hyperborean death-knights of old Wewelsburg in a struggle to purge northern Sweden of the swarthy hordes of Muslim invaders. The story is just beginning, but victory is already written in the stars…

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Part 1: The Frozen River

Karl’s breath billowed in the frost like blasts of steam from an old black-iron locomotive. He smiled as the icicles began forming in his beard. He was the kind of man who loved the cold. He looked forward to his evening walks out in the arctic darkness the way he used to thirst for the sight of land after many long weeks at sea. The cold was a chalice of silence into which Karl was pouring a deep and inadmissible secret. He had sworn an oath to himself to take his first human life this winter. All his years of silent rage were opening up like a womb of wonder. It felt so good to admit the necessity of it all to himself. On these night walks he found respite and solace. He could plan. He could open his heart to the chill it would take to become a merciless death knight of nature’s vengeance in this Christ-softened world of bleating humanitarian sheep.

Karl didn’t think of himself as crazy. His desire to deal death was purely that of a soldier and guardian. The seeds of his burgeoning warrior ethos bloomed deep, like skulls grinning deep in an ancient burial mound. Rivulets of the timeless pagan spirit seeped in like rain to feed the roots at the core of his sense of martial responsibility. He was no longer bound by a meek, apologetic paradigm. His inner growth was aggressive, his stance was bold. Karl exhaled a sigh of relief. What was happening within him was nothing short of…right. Karl gazed up in admiration at Polaris as it blazed white on the black plain of the night sky. The Big Dipper swung at a right angle to it, forming the foremost bent leg of the legendary Germanic swastika. It was the changing, wheeling position of the Dipper throughout the night that had given birth to the feared but misunderstood symbol which Karl held so dear to his heart. Without the sorcery of that solar sigil, Karl would never have found the freedom to become what he now needed to become.

He clenched a sweating fist inside his mitten, shaking hands in a subconscious pact with his inner sense of resolve. It wasn’t a question of “If” but “When.” Karl walked on, relishing the snow-blanket of primordial tranquility. His thoughts swam in the icy calm brought forth by these rare moments of fresh air and reflection. The joy he felt to be out of the house was made so precious and poignant because it took him all day to get to it. As a father of two rampaging toddler-age boys, Karl had nearly forsaken the struggle to think during the day. His sons screamed and chattered, sang and roared through the house with such a stubborn allegiance to chaos that his mind had to lie in wait like a famished hunter, the hunger in its eyes as keen as its stomach was empty.

Everything else had to take a back seat to rearing the boys. The creation of their confidence was his full-time job. It was a lesson Karl was teaching himself. Duty and fatherhood came first. It seemed a shame to crush his sons’ little wild manly spirits at such a delicate, formative age. They could pick up discipline and learn the value of silence later. For now, let their lust for life prevail.

All that said, it was difficult. Karl’s secret burned at his mind. His tethered wrath seethed like a hateful star, radiant and impetuous. By the time he and his wife had finished reading to the boys in bed at night he was like a nocked arrow on a taut bowstring. Karl begrudged the tug of his impatience because he wanted, more than anything, to be a good father.

He never skipped their nightly ritual of listening to the 13th Warrior theme song together. He took the pursuit of consistency to a plateau bordering religious devotion. First they had their song. They held their foreheads together, hands clasped, and sang the melody like a magical incantation to the sun, praying for a surge of its strength. Almost every night, it brought tears welling up in his eyes. Afterwards, it was always time for random questions. Could Frankenstein kill Odin? Do Germans brush their teeth? How many years would it take to grow big as a frost giant? Karl answered them all. No matter how bottomless their pit of curiosity, Karl took it in stride, even if he felt like a corked champagne bottle shaken too early for a party that felt like it would never start.

Life as a wandering deck seaman in the Merchant Marine hadn’t done much to prepare Karl for family life. He was forty now. It had taken almost fifteen years to find his way back to the bastion of his beginnings. He hated to admit it, but the better part of his adult life had been a massive looping detour back to where he started from as a teenager. Before his first wayward underage beer, he had been his small Kansas town’s only Nazi. Karl had been drawn to Hitler and the SS like a jackboot to the ribs of a die-hard Communist. The gravity had been elemental, unexplainable, and utterly undeniable.

It had been Karl’s curse that his fascination with and love for the Third Reich, at that critical age, didn’t have the buoyancy to save him from the flood of youth’s folly. Karl discovered that all it took, for him, was a twelve-pack of beer to become a superman. Before he knew it, booze had become his Fuhrer. His brain went into the pickle jar of self-absorption. He shelved the sacrificial legacy of the SS and picked up his first Jack Kerouac novel. It was wild and full of wanderlust. It enticed with the promise of freedom and rebellion. It made being young seem like the streak of a one-in-a-million shooting star. All of these separate threads had the stickiness of a man-eating spider’s web. Thus Karl was caught and began his fifteen year pursuit after the frayed coat-tails of the absurd Beatnik legend, that indelible cornerstone of cultural Marxism that so wickedly seduced and poisoned the naive American youth with degenerate Jewish ideology.

The irony wasn’t lost on Karl. He liked to think now that he had spent all of those years behind enemy lines, so to speak. In the same way, Hermann the Cherusker had served in the Roman legions before using the military training he had received in Rome to annihilate the invaders later in the battle of the Teutobergerwald. Karl was at peace with his mistakes now. They were hallmarks of his bravery and hammer blows that had hardened his inner steel core.

In the years since he had quit drinking, Karl had only one true regret. His transformation and recovery had turned him into a warrior without a war. His battle with the bottle had been a way to prove his toughness and test his mettle in a paunchy world neutered by pacifist ideology. Karl had slogged through the minefields of degeneracy in a campaign of self-destruction as brutal as the World War II conflict on the Eastern Front. He shelled himself with hangovers. He was stabbed and beaten and his bones were broken. Nothing kept him down or out of the trench for long. The glory of this spectral combat kept him glued to the front lines, a ghost of himself, haunting the craters of an eternally failed offensive into No Man’s Land. His sense of honor craved the bombardment. He felt like he deserved it for what he had become.

Then one day, a decade and a half later, he had woken up, looked down, and saw the blue eyes of his oldest son twinkling up at him, looking for a hero and example. Becoming a father was Karl’s awakening, a cataclysmic blast from the holy 88mm flak cannon of truth. Fuck Jack Kerouac, Fuck Jim Morrison, Fuck Shane MacGowan and all these other drunken superfluous assholes sitting on socially-glorified barstools of fame. How had he idolized such wastrels? How had he fallen so hard for the Marxist siren song? Here, now, looking at his son, this was something real to fight for. The enemy was not himself, it was the International Jew and his minions: every liberal loser and Shabbos goy, and every last destructive, parasitic negroid welfare pet brought in by their malign schemes and immigration policies to degrade and destroy any prospects his white children had for a hopeful future.

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Karl had gone spinning back to the swastika like the captain of a ship steering north by the ironclad reliability of the Pole Star. He was tough as nails, now, and he knew better. His immunity against the Jew had become absolute. In the four years since Sigfrid’s birth, he had spent hours uncounted at sea as a lookout to support his family. He had grown keen and vigilant, like Heimdall, the Nordic God-Sentinel who stood as watch-warden over the approach to Bifrost, the mythical Nordic rainbow bridge. The ship he worked on was like an iron cocoon. Karl’s warrior spirit grew its wings there as his old sharpness returned. He was like a twenty year old in a forty year old body. His youth had been robbed, but he relished the motivation he got from feeling like he was running out of time. He had to become relevant and he had to do it fast.

Karl dried out like ironwood and became strong. When he wasn’t lifting weights, he sifted through the growing constellation of National Socialist websites on the Internet, gaining knowledge and gaining ground. His quest to find others like himself obsessed the lonely press of his off-watch hours. He had a hard time forcing himself to sleep. There were so many books to read. It was easy now to find translations of the Reich literature first hand. The morals were hard and eternal. They fed his soul like charcoal heaped on a hot fire.

More than from anything else, Karl took joy in the fact that he wasn’t the only one in the world who felt like World War II wasn’t over with. Looking back, it had been lack of community and support that had led to the downfall of his teenage Nazi revelations. There had been no one to share them with. It had all been ancient history, and it felt like a dead end. Now the story was different. An irrefutable storm surge of white pride and retributive righteousness was rising across Europe and America alike. It shone like the Allfather’s tower of Hlidskjalf, with Odin’s eye, like the beam of a lighthouse, soaring high and white and true over the limitless ocean of Talmudic lies.

Yad Vashem calls on Amazon to stop selling books denying the Holocaust

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The Yad Vashem Holocaust museum has called on online retailer Amazon to remove books that deny the Holocaust from its websites.

Dr. Robert Rozett, director of the Yad Vashem Libraries, last week sent an email to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, requesting that he immediately remove the books from the sites.

“It has been clear for many years now that Holocaust denial literature is freely available for purchase over Amazon. Many of the items appear with glowing readers’ reviews and recommendations for further reading in the same vein,” Rozett wrote in the letter, the Jerusalem Post first reported.

“Once again, given the presence of anti-Semitism around the globe, which has become more prevalent in recent years, we strongly urge you to remove books that deny, distort and trivialize the Holocaust from your store,” the letter said.

Amazon has removed books that deny the Holocaust from online stores in countries where Holocaust denial is illegal, but they remain available in the United States and the United Kingdom.

The British newspaper The Independent reported earlier this month that the books were removed in some countries, including Italy, France and Germany, after Amazon was contacted about the sale of such books by The Sunday Times of London.

Among the books still available on Amazon’s U.S. and U.K. online stores are “Did Six Million Really Die?” by Richard Harwood; “The Six Million: Fact or Fiction?,” and “The Myth of the Extermination of the Jews.”

Publishers are hiring ‘sensitivity readers’ to flag potentially offensive content

Before a book is published and released to the public, it’s passed through the hands (and eyes) of many people: an author’s friends and family, an agent and, of course, an editor.

These days, though, a book may get an additional check from an unusual source: a sensitivity reader, a person who, for a nominal fee, will scan the book for racist, sexist or otherwise offensive content. These readers give feedback based on self-ascribed areas of expertise such as “dealing with terminal illness,” “racial dynamics in Muslim communities within families” or “transgender issues.”

“The industry recognizes this is a real concern,” said Cheryl Klein, a children’s and young adult book editor and author of “The Magic Words: Writing Great Books for Children and Young Adults.” Klein, who works at the publisher Lee & Low, said that she has seen the casual use of specialized readers for many years but that the process has become more standardized and more of a priority, especially in books for young readers.

Sensitivity readers have emerged in a climate – fueled in part by social media – in which writers are under increased scrutiny for their portrayals of people from marginalized groups, especially when the author is not a part of that group.

Last year, for instance, J.K. Rowling was strongly criticized by Native American readers and scholars for her portrayal of Navajo traditions in the 2016 story “History of Magic in North America.” Young-adult author Keira Drake was forced to revise her fantasy novel “The Continent” after an online uproar over its portrayal of people of color and Native backgrounds. More recently, author Veronica Roth – of “Divergent” fame – came under fire for her new novel, “Carve the Mark.” In addition to being called racist, the book was criticized for its portrayal of chronic pain in its main character.

This potential for offense has some writers scared. Young-adult author Susan Dennard recently hired a fan to review her portrayal of a transgender character in her “Truthwitch” series.

“I was nervous to write a character like this to begin with, because what if I get it wrong? I could do some major damage,” Dennard said. But, she added, she felt the voice of the character was an important one that wasn’t often portrayed, so she hired a fan, who is a transgender man, just to be sure she did it right.

For authors looking for sensitivity readers beyond their fan base there is the Writing in the Margins database, a resource of about 125 readers created by Justina Ireland, author of the YA books “Vengeance Bound” and “Promise of Shadows.” Ireland started the directory last year after hearing other authors at a writing retreat discuss the difficulties in finding people of different backgrounds to read a manuscript and give feedback about such, well, sensitive matters.

One reader for hire in Ireland’s database is Dhonielle Clayton, a librarian and writer based in New York. Clayton reviews two manuscripts per month, going line by line to look at diction, dialogue and plot. Clayton says she analyzes the authenticity of the characters and scenes, then points writers to where they can do more research to improve their work.

Clayton, who is black, sees her role as a vital one. “Books for me are supposed to be vehicles for pleasure, they’re supposed to be escapist and fun,” she says. They’re not supposed to be a place where readers “encounter harmful versions” and stereotypes of people like them.

Ireland underscores the value of sensitivity readers – both for authors and for readers. (She was a strong voice behind the push to get Keira Drake to make changes to the advance readers’ edition of “The Continent.”)

“Even if authors mean well, even if the intention is good, it doesn’t change the impact,” Ireland said. “It’s nice to be that line of defense before it gets to readers, especially since the bulk of people who come to me write for children.” Fees for a sensitivity readers generally start at $250 per manuscript.

Children’s book author Kate Messner has used sensitivity readers for many of her books, some of which deal with poverty, abuse and race.

“I wouldn’t dream of sending those books out into the world without getting help to make sure I’m representing those issues in a way that’s realistic and sensitive,” she said. Messner, whose works include “The Seventh Wish” and “All the Answers,” asks a reader for feedback on whether the experience she’s written reads realistically or whether anything stands out as problematic.

Her upcoming book, tentatively called “Breakout,” focuses on three girls coping with a prison escape in their small town. Messner has enlisted multiple sensitivity readers to help her work out the class and race issues affecting the town and her characters. A reader has called out when her language doesn’t ring true, and has questioned when her character does something that seems inauthentic and provides her perspective on why that is. Messner said it’s been encouraging to hear when she’s gotten something correct, but also she’s had to make adjustments.

Lee & Low Books has a companywide policy to use sensitivity readers. Stacy Whitman, publisher and editorial director of Lee & Low’s middle-grade imprint Tu Books, said she will even request a sensitivity reader before she chooses to acquire a book to publish.

“It’s important for authors to consider expert reader feedback and figure out how to solve the problems they point out,” Whitman said. “Everyone’s goal is a better book, and better representation contributes to that.”

Still, some sensitivity readers feel they are in part contributing to the problem. Clayton said she’s unsettled by the idea that she’s being paid for her expertise, but also is helping white authors write black characters for books from which they reap profit and praise.

“It feels like I’m supplying the seeds and the gems and the jewels from our culture, and it creates cultural thievery,” Clayton said. “Why am I going to give you all of those little things that make my culture so interesting so you can go and use it and you don’t understand it?”

Concerns about cultural appropriation have been around for years – think of William Styron writing as the slave Nat Turner in 1967. (“That’s what we’re paid to do, isn’t it?” Lionel Shriver said in a controversial speech last year. “Step into other people’s shoes, and try on their hats.”)

But sensitivity readers introduce a new twist in the debate. On the one hand they help a writer create the experience of a marginalized group more authentically. On the other, they legitimize the mimicking of marginalized voices by non-marginalized writers.

Why not just publish more books by black people, Latinos, Native Americans and others? some ask.

Despite the efforts of groups like We Need Diverse Books, “it’s more likely that a publishing house will publish a book about an African-American girl by a white woman versus one written by a black woman like me,” Clayton says.

“So until publishing is equitable and people are still writing cross-culturally,” Clayton points out, “sensitivity reading is going to be another layer of what’s necessary in order to make sure that representation is good.”

Amazon selling books in US, UK online stores that deny the Holocaust

(JTA) — Amazon has removed books that deny the Holocaust from online stores in countries where Holocaust denial is illegal, but they remain available in the United States and the United Kingdom.

The British newspaper The Independent reported that the books were removed in some countries, including Italy, France and Germany, after Amazon was contacted about the sale of such books by The Sunday Times of London.

Among the books still available on Amazon’s U.S. and U.K. online stores are “Did Six Million Really Die?” by Richard Harwood; “The Six Million: Fact or Fiction?,” and “The Myth of the Extermination of the Jews.”

Gideon Falter, chairman of the British charity Campaign Against Antisemitism, told The Independent: “Every day, Amazon promotes a selection of literature advocating Holocaust denial and Jew hatred. Anybody searching Amazon for books about the Holocaust, including children working on school projects, will inevitably be shown Amazon’s squalid cesspool of neo-Nazi titles.”

One Amazon customer who complained to the company told The Sunday Times he received a message from Amazon saying, “If you feel this book constitutes hate speech and malicious lies, then please check out the other hundred thousand books we carry to find something you like. I hope this helps!”

Steven Goldstein, executive director of the U.S.-based Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, called for a boycott of Amazon until it stops selling the books everywhere.

“When Amazon sells Holocaust denial books and even offers readers an opportunity to ‘borrow’ Holocaust denial books on Amazon Kindle, Amazon is a repugnant accomplice to Holocaust denial and anti-Semitism of historic proportions,” Goldstein wrote in a statement. “This makes Amazon a worldwide embarrassment to human decency. We call on everyone to stop shopping at Amazon until all divisions of Amazon in every part of the world stop selling Holocaust denial books and other works immediately.”

Mein Kampf Continues Its Status as Bestseller In Germany

Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” has become a continued bestseller in Germany. Hitler’s book was banned in the country following World War II for 70 years. This new version is heavily annotated with Jewish propaganda but its continued popularity is encouraging.

From AFP:

The first reprint of Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” in Germany since World War II has proved a surprise bestseller, heading for its sixth print run, its publisher said Tuesday.

The Institute of Contemporary History of Munich (IfZ) said around 85,000 copies of the new annotated version of the Nazi leader’s anti-Semitic manifesto had flown off the shelves since its release last January.

However, the respected institute said that far from promoting far-right ideology, the publication had enriched a debate on the renewed rise of “authoritarian political views” in contemporary Western society.

It had initially planned to print only 4,000 copies but boosted production immediately based on intense demand. The sixth print run will hit bookstores in late January.

The two-volume work had figured on the non-fiction bestseller list in weekly magazine Der Spiegel over much of the last year, and even topped the list for two weeks in April.

The fact that Germans have been openly betrayed by their government is likely leading more to reevaluate the lies they’ve been told about Hitler and their ancestors. Anybody with an open mind will eventually come to the conclusion that Hitler was not the insane madman that he’s been depicted as. He was actually responsible for building what at the time the most advanced civilization of his era. If you look at archival footage from that time, it is easy to see how Germany in the 1930s looks much like America in the 1950s.

Beowulf: A Pagan and Christian Fusion?
By Aoife Moloney

The heroic elegiac poem, Beowulf, is a reflection of many Anglo-Saxon ideals and concepts. This work was written after the Anglo-Saxons were already Christianized, yet the pagan traditions that had dominated their lives were still present in their minds. Overall, Beowulf contains many pagan themes and concepts, but yet it also contains many clear references to Christianity. It is an Anglo Saxon work with a peculiar spiritual atmosphere.

In order to evaluate the fusion of Christian ideas and pagan-heroic characteristics, the development of religion in Britain must first be considered. Originally dominated by the Celtic faith, Britain’s belief structure underwent a significant change with the conquest of the Anglo-Saxons and their Germanic paganism.

In these and the following centuries, Britain was gradually converted to Christianity. The Anglo-Saxons’ Christianisation began in 597. This conversion and the expression of Christian ideas were founded on the existing pagan terminology and symbols, with pagan temples merely stripped of their idols and used as places for Christian worship. Christianisation involved the conversion of a king rather than the people themselves. It is in Beowulf, composed not more than approximately 50 years after this conversion, that we are able to find a vivid image of a society still struggling to establish their identity within a new belief structure.

The two major societies directly depicted by the narrator of Beowulf are the Danes and the Geats, of Southern Scandinavia, home to the epic’s hero, Beowulf. At first glance, the two societies seem completely converted to the Christian faith. Both Hrothgar and Beowulf, as representatives of their people, acknowledge the power and sovereignty of God in various instances. Regarding his people’s plight, Hrothgar tells Beowulf; “My household guard are on the wane, fate sweeps them away into Grendel’s clutches – but God can easily halt these raids and harrowing attacks!”

Christian terminology is found in the speeches of various characters throughout the poem even regarding the final burial of Beowulf himself; “then let us bring the body of our lord, the man we loved, to where he will lodge for a long time in the care of the Almighty.”

Moreover, the poet himself praises the divine supremacy on several occasions; “Almighty God rules over mankind and always has” while denouncing pagan traditions; “Oh, cursed is he Who in times of trouble has to thrust his soul in the fire’s embrace, forfeiting help; he has nowhere to turn.”

As Boris Kuhne argues in his essay, The Amalgamation of Christian Ideas and Pagan Heroic Characteristics in Beowulf, it is notable that the epic bears occasional reference to the Old Testament but none to the New Testament. This goes counter to our knowledge of Old English poetry such as The Dream of the Rood, which proves that the medieval Anglo-Saxon society was well acquainted with the New Testament. Nonetheless, both societies were intrinsically pagan; Denmark was Christianised during the beginning, Sweden close to the end of the 11th century. The poet acknowledges this fact most notably for the Danes: as they suffer under Grendel’s reign of terror, they turn to their heathen gods for help; “at pagan shrines they vowed offerings to idols, swore oaths that the killer of souls might come to their aid.” However, A.G Brodeur makes an interesting point in his book, The Art of Beowulf, that the poet was faced with a dilemma : on the one hand, he had to recognise his subjects’ idolatry and their resulting punishment, while he still wished to present them as good and noble men for whom a god-fearing attitude was crucial. Failing to give his characters a Christian background in their speeches would have made them appear sinful and proud to the poet as well as to his audience. Hence, the Danes’ dialogues exhibit a strongly Christian colouring, and the characters are related not as being heathens by choice but almost by innocent ignorance; “The Almighty Judge of good deeds and bad, the Lord God, Head of the Heavens and High King of the World was unknown to them.”

Pagan customs are vividly portrayed throughout the poem. The Danes and the Geats nations practice crematory rituals as can be seen in the funeral pyres of the former Danish King Hnaef and of Beowulf himself; “The Geat people built a pyre for Beowulf, stacked and decked it until it stood footsquare, hung with helmets, heavy war-shields and shining armour.”

As R.G. Owen argues in his book Rites and Religions of the Anglo-Saxons; the Anglo-Saxons held the belief that posthumous elevation and wealth was reflected in the funeral pyre.

The heroic individual in Beowulf is subject to two main factors, one stemmed from the Christian and one from the pagan-heroic world. First of all, the hero depends on the attributes God has embodied in him, his physical abilities and prowess; “Beowulf was mindful of his mighty strength, the wondrous gifts God had showered on him.”

In the relation of his fights, Beowulf always acknowledges the powerful influence of God, both favourable and adverse. Beowulf admits himself that he could never have defeated Grendel’s mother without the aid of God. “if God had not helped me, the outcome would have been quick and fatal.”

Various characters in the poem perceive God’s will as being a direct result of their own actions, and it is therefore that both Hrothgar as well as Beowulf ponder over a reason for incurring the Lord’s wrath when they are afflicted by a supernatural menace; “the wise man thought he must have thwarted ancient ordinance of the eternal Lord, broken his commandment.”

On the other hand, it is courage and the resulting glory that governs the life of the hero and is celebrated in various speeches; after Aeschere has been killed and carried away by Grendel’s mother, Beowulf consoles the grieving king saying: “For every one of us, living in this world means waiting for our end. Let whoever can win glory before death.”

It has been argued that Beowulf conveys the attributes of a Christian saviour, a claim that is easily refuted if we inspect the hero’s deeds. Indeed there are several notable annotations to this throughout the poem. As Beowulf prepares to face the wrath of the dragon he is joined by twelve men (alike the twelve apostles) though in his struggle for life he is abandoned by all but one, Wiglaf.

However, although the means through which men gained fame may seem to conflict with certain elements of Christianity, the author reconciles this fame with many references to God. Although strength and heroism may not necessarily be Christian concepts or virtues, the author attributes both of these to God through the speech of his characters. Hrothgar states that Beowulf’s killing of Grendel was achieved with the help of God; “First and foremost, let the Almighty Father be thanked for this sight. The Heavenly Shepherd can work His wonders always and everywhere.” This ties Beowulf’s prowess and fame back to God, and reconciles a pagan concept to Christianity.

However, Beowulf is essentially a Germanic warrior whose actions, despite their Christian glossing, are not of a truly self-sacrificing character. He is concerned with the courage and honour that the heroic code demands of him; the reason for his voyage to Denmark is not primarily to avenge and protect Hrothgar and his people, but to extend his and his lord’s glory. Moreover, Beowulf’s death does not deliver his people or ensure their safety but rather the opposite, as the messenger of the hero’s death prophesies; “Now war is looming over our nation, soon it will be known to Franks and Frisians, far and wide, that the king is gone.”

The poem features various monstrous forces for Beowulf to overcome, Grendel, Grendel’s mother and lastly the bloodthirsty dragon. Monsters would generally be regarded as part of a pagan cult but the Old Testament bears note to similar demons. As Kuhne points out in his essay; Grendel clearly constitutes the direct opposite of the Christian spirit: he abhors the joy and warmth of the human community, especially enhanced through the scop’s song about the Creation. He glories in slaying and destruction for its own sake; and as a descendant of Cain he bears the curse of God. There are also pagan elements to be found here : Out of the curse of Cain’s exile “there sprang ogres and elves and evil phantoms and the giants too.”

Another such fusion is to be found on the sword hilt depicting he annihilation of the giants through the Flood as seen near the beginning of the story of Noah, Genesis 6.4. “They suffered a terrible severance from the Lord; the Almighty made the waters rise, drowned them in the deluge for retribution.”

Beowulf exhibits different pagan concepts such as wyrd and vengeance, each of which plays a central role in the narrative. These concepts, however, seem to be tied in with the elements of Christianity exhibited in the work. The author reconciles many pagan concepts with regard to elements of Christianity despite their sometimes obvious and direct contrast. Perhaps this was done to show the way in which both pagan concepts and Christianity were interrelated. As Thomas D. Hill states in his essay “The Christian Language and Theme of Beowulf”, the Beowulf poet is presenting a radical synthesis of pagan and Christian history- which is seemingly without parallel in Anglo Saxon or Anglo-Latin literature.

Works Cited

Brodeur, A. G. The Art of Beowulf. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1959.
Kuhne, Boris; The Amalgamation of Christian ideas and pagan heroic characteristics in Beowulf.
Owen, G. R. Rites and Religions of the Anglo Saxons. Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1981.

Truth Books
Suggested Book Listing for Truth Seekers

A general note on book reading

As much as I would encourage the Truth community to read qualitative books such as these, I can also see an element of danger. As I have expressed before, many people who wake up never seem to get beyond just browsing endless hours of videos and spend all their time as spectators. We have to get beyond viewing the Truth as just scary, stimulating entertainment. We have to contribute ourselves.

Therefore reading books could be just another (subconscious) diversion. It is an alternative to watching hundreds of hours of youtube videos, another form of procrastinating, and not doing anything to wake up new blood. We must be very careful we don’t just slip into bookworm mode. We will not beat this beast by cosy reading under the duvet. Of course we need to be educated on the Truth, especially at the beginning, but just being a bookworm will not bring about our peace and ultimate victory – it will only help to bring on tyranny.

I would suggest we consider obtaining these books whilst we still can, thereby keeping them for posterity. Please read the post at the end under Related Posts titled ‘Truth Stash’. I personally feel we all should have at least a dozen key books. Please see these books as investments. I would personally suggest we obtain physical books to read, rather than pdf/electronic formats.

Top tip – please try not to lend these precious book out. You will be very disheartened. You either won’t get them back or will have an argument about getting them back. And if you do get them back, with a bad vibe, they will be in a pitiful state. Just send the pdf files to people and titles for them to buy; but DON’T LEND THEM OUT unless you can 100% trust the individual.

A personal thank you to my good friend Tom for his canny ability to source excellent reading material. Much of this book list is credit to Tom.

I have divided this listing into three subjective categories:

1 – Essential — A must read for newbies. These books are not necessarily the best books, but as a collection they will fast track new comers to have a comprehensive overview of the Jewish problem. After reading this essential list of books, one will have a full understanding of the jewish mind, the jewish satanic elements and the jewish agenda on humanity.

2 – Primary — Very important books. A deeper understanding. Reinforcing the Essential list. Perhaps this list could be shared with other trusted Truth seekers you physically know. Collectively, within your small group of Truth friends you could have a T-book library in order to save on costs. Book lending within trusted, reliable, respectful friends should be fine.

3 – Additional — Further understanding of this incredible agenda. It is only when one reaches this intense research that one can have a full understanding of what we are facing. The tactics, the repetitive nature, the levels of parasitism, the sickness on society, how history repeats itself, the psychology of the jew, how the masses have been mass mind controlled at every level. These books will provide this complete understanding, which no video, article or even personal experience can provide.

1 – Essential

Hellstorm – The Death of Nazi Germany – Thomas Goodrich

The Myth of German Villainy – Benton. L. Bradberry

The Jews and their Lies – Dr Martin Luther (a book which educated and engaged Hitler)

The International Jew – Henry Ford

The Jewish Problem – Louis Golding

The History of The Jews – Cecil Roth

The Talmud Unmasked – Rev. I. B. Pramaitis

The Jewish Onslaught – Tony Martin

My Irrelevant Defence – Jewish Ritual Murder – Arnold. S. Leese

Associated article by Miss V

The Protocols of The Learned Elders of Zion – Victor E Marsden

The Hoax Of The Twentieth Century – Butz Arthur R

2 – Primary

For My Legionaries (The Iron Guard) – Corneliu Zelea Codreanu

Twilight Over England – William Joyce

The Original Mr. Jacobs: A Startling Expose – Telemachus Thomas Timayenis

The American Jew – Telemachus Thomas Timayenis

SS Culture Book Series 

The Synagogue of Satan – Andrew Carrington Hitchcock

The Riddle of Jew’s Success – F Roderich-Stoltheim

The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine – Ilan Pappe

1984 – George Orwell (read in conjunction with Brave New World)

Brave New World – Aldous Huxley (read in conjunction with 1984)

Behind Communism – Frank L Britton

Hitler’s War – David Irving

The Jewish Onslaught –  Tony Martin

The Secret Relationship between Blacks and Jews – 2nd Edition (Vol2) – Historical Research Department of The nation of Islam

The Devil and the Jews – Joshua Trachenberg

Mike Walsh his collection

Mein Kampf – Adolf Hitler

Culture of Critique – Dr. Kevin MacDonald

Nature’s Eternal Religion – Ben Klassen P.M.

Usury in Christendom – Michael Hoffman

The Track of the Jew Through the Ages – Alfred Rosenberg (can this source be trusted??)

My Irrelevant Defence – Arnold Leese

3 – Additional

Most of these books I have not read. I am not suggesting they are any less important than the previous listings, it’s just having not read them I cannot really recommend them.

The Barnes Review Books

An Empire Of Their Own – Neal Gabler

SS Panzer Grenadier – Hans Schmidt

Germany’s Hitler – Heinz A Heinz

Courier Adolf Hitler – Heinz A Heinz

Chosen People from The Caucasus – Michael Bradley

Adolf Hitler – William Joyce

SS Creed Jews – Arnold S Leese

Hitler’s Priestess – Nicholas Goodrick Clarke

Archive pdf books

J R Books

Hitler Democrat

Book site

Book shop

The American Jew – an expose of his career

The French Connection [Daryl Bradford Smith’s original collection]

Hitler’s Sweedes – Lars. T. Larsson

The Leese Collection

ISBN: 978-0-906879-74-0

Campaign In Russia – Leon Degrelle

Ending White Slavery – Matthew Hole

Jewish Domination of Weimer Germany – Eckart Verlag

Fur Volk and Fuhrer – Erwin Bartman

Epic: The Story of The Waffen SS – Leon Degrelle

Facts are Facts – Bridger House Publications Inc

ISBN: 978-0-9799176-6-0

March of The Titans – Volume I – Arthur Kemp

March of The Titans – Volume 11 (two) – Arthur Kemp

The Gruesome Harvest – Ralph Fraklin Keeling

The Negros In Negroland The Negros In America And Negros Generally – Hinton Rowan Helper

The Programme of The NSDAP – Black House Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-908476-88-3

The Jews – Hilaire Belloc [Forgotten Books]

Bolshevism from Moses To Lenin – Dietrich Echart

Julius Streicher – Randall L Bytwerk

Hatemail – Sald Alzenberg

This is a collection of anti-semitic (Truth) postcards, collated by a jew, showing how society throughout the ages, throughout the world viewed the jew. Incredible colour images of blatant Truth. An observation on how our ancestors were so jew-wise and not filled with political correctness.

Kevin MacDonald’s books

4 Free books – just click on the links and download, after scrolling down to the last chapter, all books have 9 chapters

Book 1

Book 2


Book 4

Book 5    

Please feel free to make suggestions to this list. I plan to keep updating it.

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Truth Stash

Original list with further articles