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Carolyn Yeager looks at two outstanding Germans named Manfred Roeder: one a military judge who prosecuted some of the most damaging wartime traitors against the Third Reich; the other who served as a teenager during the war and later became the post-war federal republic's "most dangerous and notorious critic." The second Roeder died recently without much fanfare.
Also, the truth about the false story of one of the most famous massacres of WWI - claiming to be a German atrocity against Belgians - is uncovered by a German historian.
Carolyn Yeager celebrates the three-year mark of her current website by going over some visitor statistics. The focus then shifts to the jan27.org website and Robert Faurisson's ordeal with a particular Jew, and then to the single most important issue we need to address.
Let’s Coach with Mark and Carolyn, Wednesday, August 12, 2015, Noon EST
How do you reach your team? That’s an extra challenging task when you’re working with young people. Coach Rick Sneade holds his coaches and high school athletes to a higher standard. It’s not all about the X’s and O’s; he and his coaches enhance the lives of the young people that they work with.
Join Mark and Carolyn, and Coach Sneade as we talk about building winners and changing lives.
Carolyn critiques her friend Wolf Wall Street's presentation on the "Nordic Myth" and Germany's "mixed race people", plus Adolf Hitler's "fatal" mistakes from Wolf's latest podcast (11-9). Wolf didn't say much, but most of what he did say was wrong; however he offers a clear vehicle for setting the facts straight.
Carolyn also looks at a few other radio hosts and sites which also offer an opportunity to apply truth to fiction and irresponsibility. Phone calls will be taken.
Carolyn Yeager looks at the difference and similarity between what is understood as Race and as Ethnicity.
The unquestioned importance of race in determining our well-being and safety;
The need to understand the role ethnicity plays;
The Saker blog and what it stands for;
Phone calls will be welcome ... honest ... at 323-642-1206.
Let’s Coach with Mark and Carolyn, Wednesday, August 19, 2015, Noon EST
Paying It Forward
It’s better to give than to receive. That’s how Rachel Madison Harris lives. She founded Let’s Help Kids in 2010 as a way to help kids whose families are having money problems. LHK helps kids from kindergarten to sixth grade in Northern Virginia, Maryland and DC by meeting non-basic needs for children - providing them with special items or experiences that they may not otherwise receive. While many worthwhile organizations exist to provide food, shelter and financial assistance to families who are struggling to make ends meet, LHK provides “the extras.” In Rachel’s own words:
I started Let's Help Kids so that I could help other kids to be happy. If I "fill their buckets" then they will, in turn, fill other people's buckets. Pay it forward!
Rachel is 11 years old. Assisted by her board, including Mom and Executive Director Jen Sterling, LHK has provided hundreds of area kids with happiness by granting wishes from birthday presents, bicycles, to Halloween costumes. To learn more about Let’s Help Kids and how you can help make the life of needy child a little bit happier visit them online at www.letshelpkids.org
Join Mark and Carolyn, Jen Sterling and LHK Founder and boss lady, Rachel Harris, as we talk about how to fill people’s buckets.
Carolyn Yeager discusses the first holocaust revisionist book, Nuremburg or the Promised Land (1948) by Maurice Bardeche, which brilliantly reveals the conscious effort of the Allied victors to set up the "New World Order" based on Universal Humanism as the ruling spirit everywhere. This spirit is anti-Nationalist to the core.
Carolyn Yeager talks with Eric Hunt, creator of the Holocaust Hoax Museum where you can go on a virtual tour of all the most important National-Socialist concentration/work/transit camps in Poland and learn "everything you ever wanted to know and then some" about the Holohoax.
Our topic will be Majdanek, an ordinary camp very close to the city of Lublin and the subject of Eric's latest film, The Majdanek Gas Chamber Myth, which he has made available to watch at his Holocaust Hoax Museum website ... for free! Eric tells us all the latest information he has discovered and has put in the film, but that has not been updated at the "virtual tour" yet at the time of this show. One thing is sure, Majdanek was not a death camp.
Call-ins welcome in the 2nd hour at 323-642-1206.
Carolyn Yeager turns for the second time to scrutinizing Adolf Hitler's so-called “Platterhof speech” which continues to be distorted by certain parties as regards his words on “race.” Far from being the Fuehrer's “most important speech,” he begins it with these words:
“Gentlemen, even though I am sure this has been discussed already, I would nevertheless like to point out the reason for the course I have taken.”
In other words, there is nothing new in this speech. Carolyn puts the entire anti-German agenda behind this dishonest 'Platterhof campaign' in perspective.
Secondary topic: Warsaw Uprising 70th Anniversary
Carolyn Yeager discusses a number of subjects, beginning with Dr. Rudolf Frercks “Racial Policy of National-Socialism.” Also on the agenda are:
Confusion as to who is the enemy;
"White Nationalist" Richard Spencer teams up with anti-White Alexander Dugin;
Copyrights and copy-cats - the saga of the Platterhof speech and more.
I'll take phone calls during the show. The call-in number is 323-642-1206.
Let’s Coach with Mark and Carolyn, Wednesday, June 3, 2015, Noon EST
Just imagine – at risk young people with few prospects suddenly presented with the chance to go to camp. That was Abby Sondak’s dream. Working in Washington DC’s inner city public schools, she saw plenty of kids with limited opportunities. Abby decided to do something about it. She started her own non-profit to send kids to camp so that they could enjoy the same carefree and enjoyable summer fun that she experienced. Starting with two campers in 2011, Abby decided to create her own non-profit, Just Imagine. Her campers have flourished and the organization has grown.
Just Imagine was incorporated in 2012 with the goal of being able to provide as many wonderful D.C. Public and Charter school students with the summer experience of a lifetime. With the help from friends, family, camps and other supporters, nine students were able to attend sleep away camp that summer. That grew to 14 camp scholarships for the summer of 2013 and 22 students with scholarships in 2014. This summer, 45 children will receive scholarships to camp.
Abby Sondak graduated from the University of Maryland in 2009, and began working for a non-profit organization called Playworks. During her time with Playworks, she worked in inner city public schools in Washington DC, creating a safe, inclusive environment for children to play with one another. Following her time with Playworks, she was hired as a PE Teacher at E.W. Stokes Public Charter School in NE DC. She completed a Masters in Elementary Education in May, and has recently been hired as the Development and Communications Manager at Stokes.
Join Mark and Carolyn, as we hear Abby’s inspiring story. She’ll tell us how her desire to meet student’s dreams resulted in a non-profit that touches the lives of at risk kids.