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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 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.
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 Racial Nationalism in the context of “Blood and Soil” National Socialism versus the confused ideas coming from Julius Evola that spirit, rather than ethnic substance, determines culture, and that there is such a thing as a “race of the spirit.”
The images in the slide show are of Evola at different stages of his life and two of his "futurist style" paintings.
Saturday Afternoon with Carolyn Yeager returns to the airwaves! The last edition of this program was on April 12, 2014, a month and a half ago. It may not appear every Saturday, and may even show up on a different day than Saturday (!) if it is more convenient that way, but it will still be called SAWCY and archived under that category.
Also notice that the time has changed from 1pm Central to 2pm Central, one hour later than it was before. This is a better time for me and can still accomodate European guests.
Our current year 2014 is the centenary (100th anniversary) of what came to be called the First World War, originally "The Great War." This program will be the (rather tardy) beginning of shows pertaining to this most terrible of wars which, it is widely agreed, set the stage for the even more savage Second World War.
With Guest Paul Hickman. Carolyn and Paul go back to the Naval Defence Act of 1889 and trace from there tensions that built up between the UK and Germany. Some of the events and personalities they discuss are:
Cecil Rhodes and British expansionist ideas;
The Jameson raid and the Kruger telegram;
The 2nd Boer War;
The entanglement of the European royal families its effect on Kaiser Wilhelm II;
The fears brought about by the Berlin-Bagdad Railway;
Germany's increasing economic and trade strength;
The Zionist plan for Palestine and the Landman Document;
German help in fomenting revolution in Russia in 1916.
On the 70th anniversary of the Allied landing on Normandy's coast, known as D-Day, which was Friday, June 6, Carolyn looks at the possibility of treason as the reason for the poor Wehrmacht response to the invasion. Highlights include:
Generals and even Field Marshals serving in Northwest France in anticipation of the 1944 invasion were the same ones who participated in the July 20, 1944 assassination attempt on Hitler;
Most likely of all to be helping the enemy was Lt. General Hans Spiedel, FM Erwin Rommel's Chief of Staff, who had authority while Rommel was away and was slow to pass on information;
An unusual number of key leaders were away from their headquarters on June 6, but the weather was thought unfavorable for a landing;
Hans Spiedel was released by the French after the war and in 1957 was named Commander of the Allied Forces, Central Europe, an important NATO post, held until 1963;
The last installment of Oblt. Leopold Wenger's letters from the front have been published - comments are welcomre.
Who Get's the House? Finding Equality in the midst of Divorce...
Even today, in 2014, there are many women who where taught, grow up find your prince charming, get married and get the house with the white picket fence. What happens when everything doesn't turn out so perfect? The only solution seems to be divorce but who will get the house? Debbie Henninger, Realtor is there to help women understand their rights when the home is no longer the perfect home. She is a graduate of various leadership and certification programs to include, Certified Realestate Specialist, Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, Certified Distress Property Expert, and many more... Ms. Henninger also helps individuals find address financial hardships finding options that best suites their financial situation.
Ms. Henninger believes in giving back and leads the fundraising event, Rock-A-Bay-Baby Music Festival to raise money for the new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit( NICU) at Medstar Franklin Square Medical Center.
Join Mark and Carolyn to learn how to protect your homeowner rights in the midst of divorce and learn more about Rock-A-Bay-Baby Music Festival.
Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager read and comment on the January 28-February 2, 1942 lunch and dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down in shorthand by trusted aide Heinrich Heim. Included in this episode:
The importance of large families and the rights of the living;
Recollections of prison days and how to handle the Czechs;
Long discussion on his friendship with the Duce, Italian Fascism and the "fossils" of the Italian Court;
Hitler describes his early political opponents, plus his experiences with the police and with procuring weapons;
Tells some amusing stories about French Ambasador to Germany Andre Francois-Poncet;
Hitler criticizes his diplomats and questions how to reorganize German diplomacy.
In the 1980's, people asked, "Where's the beef?" Though it hardly seemed like it then, those were much simpler times. With all the troubles facing humankind and the earth today, people are asking, "Where's the grief?" Are we grieving alone? Silently? The faces we see each day do not seem to fit these perilous times. What is going on and how can grief help humanity now?
Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes author, blogger and podcaster, Carolyn Baker, Ph.D. to the show on Tuesday Aug. 5 at 12 p.m. Eastern Time to discuss the importance of grief. We'll explore the tendency to live in our heads, how denying grief limits joy, and the role that grief must play in the lives of people who are directly confronting the world's most heart-wrenching predicaments.
A former educator, life coach, psycotherapist and speaker, Carolyn addresses grief and other topics on her podcasts The Lifeboat Hour and Speaking Truth to Power; in her daily blog; and in her many books including the latest: Extinction Dialogs, How To Live With Death In Mind, co-authored by Guy McPherson. For more information on Carolyn or to contact her go to carolynbaker.net.
Co-host Matthew Grant sits down with PWE Champion & former Fringe Pro Wrestling Champion Carter Mason after losing the championship last night to Ashley Sixx at "The Showdown". Mason talks about plenty including the growth of both Fringe & PWE over the past year, holding the Fringe title for almost a year & talking about some of his bigger matches along the way, various promotions including Fight, Union, PWEclipse, WXW & others, matches he wants to have that he hasn't yet, whether he has any belief in seminars & so much more!
Carolyn Yeager and Ray Goodwin read and comment on the January 25-27th, 1942 dinner table monologues by the German Leader, as taken down by trusted aide, attorney Heinrich Heim. Included in this episode:
Hitler speaks of his love of dogs, human origins, beauty of ancient Greeks, cosmic theories, his preference for art over politics;
Women should not be in politics - Men run the state, women run the home;
Foreign blood in war - the social caste system in Britain needs changing - National-Socialism encourages the selection of the fittest;
Difficulties in getting hold of the German economy - negotiating with adversaries - Jews must leave Europe.
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