Below are quotes, sayings or excerpts which you may or may not derive interest and wisdom from. Indulge...

  • 'We will not back down! You can only stop us with bullets. Even from the grave, we will rise up - know this well!'
    -Nikos Mihaloliakos, leader of Greece's Golden Dawn party

  • 'We are all Palestinians!'
    -David Duke, in an interview, referring to the state of the world - being that the countries of this world are also controlled by the same murderous and oppressive force that has committed innumerable atrocities against the Palestinian people. The Palestinians are a people whom have had not only their homes and country stolen from them, but their entire lives. They are forced to live in a prison, surrounded on all sides by armed occupiers. Their entire lives are under the heel of sadistic guards who are taught that these people are less than human. For over sixty years they have endured this torture. Their filthy, poverty-stricken confines are at best concentration camps. Welcome to the future of a city near you!

  • 'We live in the twilight days of a doomed age. Enveloping us is a sick society, condemned to death in the cosmic cycle of transformation by its inherent inability to overcome its strains and stresses: an old order now exhibiting manifestations of its advancing disintegration. Theirs is a dying world, spiritually stricken beyond hope of redemption, and thus incapable of averting cyclic demise.'
    -British National Socialist Colin Jordan
  • 'A real National Socialist is one who, in the last resort, even if it could be proved to him with mathematical certainty that physical defeat would attend all his efforts, would still go on fighting. He would do so, inflicting as much punishment as possible on the enemy, and with a warrior's song in his heart, because it is in his nature to do so, and because a victory of the spirit is always won thereby.'
    -British National Socialist Colin Jordan
  • 'With blood sacrifices like those of the Waffen-SS and Hitlerjugend as the nutrient, National Socialism's potency to survive and revive is assured.'
    -British National Socialist Colin Jordan
  • 'The gravity and urgency of this struggle makes it tantamount to a war, and the ubiquity of the menace makes that war a war on all the fronts of life, and thus a total war.'
    -British National Socialist Colin Jordan
  • 'We have to accept that if we are obliged to choose between loyalty to Folk and Creed and loyalty to country contrary to this, we can only choose the first. William Joyce was the executed loyalist to his Folk and Creed at the price of so-called 'treason' to his (nominal) country. He was ever a truer champion of the true interests of the real British people than the un-hanged traitor to our Race, Winston Churchill.'
    -British National Socialist Colin Jordan
  • 'National Socialism has survived the flames of war and the tempest of vilification, because National Socialism remains, in the final analysis, synonymous with higher man's will to survive, his instinct for health and strength, and his desire for beauty in life; and as long as that will, that instinct and that desire remain on this earth, National Socialism will remain indestructible.'
    -British National Socialist Colin Jordan

  • 'I wish that we could make the gutters overflow with the blood of our enemies in every street and town in America.'
    -Dr. William Pierce of the National Alliance, in his last public speech on April 28, 2002. Pierce was referring to a time when America would throw off its chains of occupation. It will be a time of bloodshed and violence, but also the birth-pangs of glory and ultimately freedom. But as Pierce said in the speech, violence before the time is right is useless.

  • '...the light will always defeat darkness. Today though there is everywhere darkness, the time of eternal light will come.'
    -Nikolaos Michaloliakos, unjustly imprisoned Greek leader of the Golden Dawn

  • 'The world of men is dreaming, it has gone mad in its sleep, and a snake is strangling it, but it can't wake up.'
    -D. H. Lawrence

  • ' struggles of a world-wide nature the spirit is one of the decisive factors. It enables men to discover new ways out and to mobilize new potentials. Above all, in such situations it is decisive to know that the enemy is made up of men of flesh and blood, of men who have nerves, and of men who do not fight for their very existence in the same sense that we do.'
    -Adolf Hitler, 12-28-44, in a speech to his Generals

  • 'We know what our enemies would do to the German people if they could. They would enslave many millions and starve the rest. Our existence is at stake: the existence of our children and our children's children; everything that makes life worth living.'
    -Adolf Hitler. How prophetic was this! The Allies indeed enslaved and starved to death millions after the war. The President of the United States and his leaders actually carried out the premeditated mass murder of millions of men, women and children. Do we hear about that holocaust? I think not.

  • 'The age old enemies of mankind were aghast; for in that loud outburst of frenzied joy that echoes from new Germany throughout the world, they heard the death-knell of their long-established rule and felt the first signs of the end of their ascendancy.'
    -Savitri Devi.

  • 'The wild cruel beast is not behind the bars of the cage. He is in front of it.'
    -Axel Munthe.

  • 'They drink Coca-Cola, dance to jazz bands, and have love affairs, while we send out relentlessly, into impalpable aether, the irresistible magnetic currents that steadily undermine the whole structure of their worthless world, opening the way for the future Brown Battalions.'
    -Savitri Devi.

  • 'If my comrades are not destined to rule the world, then away with it! A shower of atom bombs upon it and, in the place of its meaningless chatter about 'love' and 'peace', the voice of the howling wind over its ruins, - and ours!'
    -Savitri Devi.

  • 'My dear Hitler,
    I congratulate you from the bottom of my heart.
    Even if you appear to have been defeated, in reality you are the victor.
    You succeeded in creating dissensions between Churchill, the old man, and his allies, the Sons of Satan.
    Germany will win because her existence is necessary to preserve the world balance.
    Germany will be reborn in spite of the Western and Eastern powers.
    There will be no peace unless Germany once again becomes what she was.
    The West, as well as the East, will pay for her rehabilitation—whether they like it or not.
    Both sides will invest a great deal of money and effort in Germany in order to have her on their side, which is of great benefit to Germany.
    So much for the present and the future.
    As for the past, I think you made mistakes, like too many battlefronts and the shortsightedness of Ribbentrop vis-a vis the experienced British diplomacy.
    But your trust in your country and people will atone for those blunders.
    We will not be surprised if you appear again in Germany or if a new Hitler rises up in your wake.'
    -Muhammad Anwar El Sadat (December 25, 1918 – October 6, 1981), third President of Egypt (serving from 1970-1981), this letter was written in 1953, in response to the philosophical question of if you could write Adolf Hitler a letter, what would you say? It was published in Al Musawwar, September 18, 1953. It was later cited in D.F. Green's book 'Arab Theologians on Jews and Israel' (Geneva, 1976)

  • 'I never said I hated anyone, but just because I feel sympathy, compassion, and forgiveness for others such as Hitler means I am now a monster? All for trying to open your eyes to the truth that Hitler was NOT as bad as he was painted out to be?'
    -Tila 'tequila' Nguyen. Well I guess you know their lies are starting to crumble when a 'reality' T.V. star says something like this.

  • 'As regards the Jewish question, people ask if what we do is Christian and humane. I ask that too: is it Christian if the Slovaks want to rid themselves of their eternal enemies the Jews? Love for oneself is God's command, and this love makes it imperative for me to remove anything harming me.'
    -Jozef Tiso, Slovak leader during WW2, in Holic, 1942.

  • 'Only the size of the sacrifice will reveal the greatness of the victory. What is easily achieved will be easily forgotten.'
    -Adolf Hitler

  • 'It is not enough merely to say I believe. Rather one must swear: I will fight.'
    -Adolf Hitler

  • 'We join in the prayer of a great German: 'And though the world were filled with devils, we must still succeed.'
    -Adolf Hitler

  • 'Come what may, clench one's teeth, keep a clear head, and march forward.'
    -Adolf Hitler

  • 'Posterity forgets men who only serve their own interests, but remembers the heroes who sacrificed their own happiness.'
    -Adolf Hitler

  • 'The sacrifices of the front cannot be repaid.'
    -Adolf Hitler

  • 'When this war is over, I will return as an even more fanatic National Socialist than I was before.'
    -Adolf Hitler

  • 'May the German nation never forget that the hardness of a people is never shown when the leadership has visible successes, but rather in times of apparent defeats.'
    -Adolf Hitler

  • 'The German people and its soldiers today are not fighting only for themselves and for their era, but for the coming, even most distant, generations.'
    -Adolf Hitler

  • '10 September — Bloody Sunday in Bromberg: 'When light battles with darkness, there can be no peace, only a struggle between life and death until one or the other is destroyed.'
    -Dietrich Eckart [This is in reference to hundreds of murders of German minorities in the Polish held city of Bromberg. These murders and others were among the reasons for the German invasion of Poland in WW2.]

  • 'An Eagle Came

    AN EAGLE CAME from the Sun —
    Again the God Ase, Creator of the World,
    sent a man to bring Truth and Righteousness.
    Again the world rejected Him.
    Work and concern alone —
    not only for His own people,
    but for all of Europe — was His life.
    Then He shook the dust from His wings
    and returned to whence He came.
    The world knows not what it has lost'
    -Norwegian Nobel laureate writer Knut Hamsun, May 1945
    [In case you were wondering 'Ase' is the old Teutonic word for 'God'.]

  • 'Nature, to be commanded, must be obeyed.'
    -Francis Bacon.

  • Abraham Lincoln once asked General Winfield S. Scott the question:

    "Why is it that you were once able to take the City of Mexico in three months with five thousand men, and we have been unable to take Richmond with one hundred thousand men?

    "I will tell you," said General Scott. "The men who took us into the City of Mexico are the same men who are keeping us out of Richmond."
    [He is referring to the Mexican-American War of 1846 of which many Confederates were veterans.]

  • 'What you spend years building, someone could destroy overnight. Build anyway.'
    -Mother Theresa (1910-1997).

  • 'This is the true joy in life, the being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one; the being thoroughly worn out before you are thrown on the scrap heap; the being a force of Nature instead of a feverish selfish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy. And also the only real tragedy in life is being used by personally minded men for purposes you recognize to be base.'
    -George Bernhard Shaw, from a prefactory note on the published version of the play 'Man and Superman'.

  • '...that is why I am a nazi, because I am no longer going to be a slave to fear. I am no longer going to be afraid to say what I believe to be the truth.'
    -George Lincoln Rockwell.

  • '[American society]... has been so artfully manipulated that our citizens no longer have constitutional rights that are not subject to revocation in the name of Social Welfare. In effect, there are no citizens here, only masses existing in a state of indiscriminate equality, a state of de facto slavery.'
    -Revilo Oliver.

  • 'Whenever light collides with darkness, there can be no deals! This is a fight over life and death, until either one or the other is completely destroyed.'
    -Dietrich Eckart.

  • 'Our fallen heroes considered many things important enough to die for if necessary, and that is what we must be prepared to do whenever the time comes.'
    -Adolf Hitler.

  • 'We build but to tear down. Most of our work and resource is squandered. Our onward march is marked by devastation. Everywhere there is an appalling loss of time, effort and life. A cheerless view, but true.'
    -Nikola Tesla, from 'What Science May Achieve This Year' appearing in the Denver Rocky Mountain News, January 16th, 1910.

  • 'Like a flash of lightning and in an instant the truth was revealed. I drew with a stick on the sand the diagrams of my motor. A thousand secrets of nature which I might have stumbled upon accidentally I would have given for that one which I had wrestled from her against all odds and at the peril of my existence.'
    -Nikola Tesla.

  • 'Everyone should consider his body as a priceless gift from one whom he loves above all, a marvelous work of art, of indescribable beauty, and mystery beyond human conception, and so delicate that a word, a breath, a look, nay, a thought may injure it.'
    -Nikola Tesla, from 'The Problem of Increasing Human Energy' appearing in The Century Magazine, June, 1900.

  • 'The mind is sharper and keener in seclusion and uninterrupted solitude. No big laboratory is needed in which to think. Originality thrives in seclusion free of outside influences beating upon us to cripple the creative mind. Be alone, that is the secret of invention; be alone, that is when ideas are born.'
    -Nikola Tesla.

  • 'I have been feeding pigeons, thousands of them for years. But there was one, a beautiful bird, pure white with light grey tips on its wings; that one was different. It was a female. I had only to wish and call her and she would come flying to me. I loved that pigeon as a man loves a woman, and she loved me. As long as I had her, there was a purpose to my life.'
    -Nikola Tesla. In his final years Tesla walked to the park every day to feed the pigeons. His love for these birds was so deep that he even brought wounded pigeons to his hotel room to nurse them back to health. He related how a specific bird, which he had healed, visited him every day. He spent over $2,000 healing the bird. He even built a device to comfortably support her broken bones during healing.

  • 'A single ray of light from a distant star falling upon the eye of a tyrant in bygone times, may have altered the course of his life, may have changed the destiny of nations, may have transformed the surface of the globe, so intricate, so inconceivably complex are the processes of nature.'
    -Nikola Tesla.

  • 'You may live to see man-made horrors beyond your comprehension.'
    -Nikola Tesla.

  • 'Our task over here is to fight Jewish Marxism and communism. So long as there's a swastika, there'll be no hammer and sickle in this country.'
    -Fritz Julius Kuhn (May 15, 1896 - December 14, 1951, leader of the German American Bund.

  • 'The Fuehrer was right when he said that in the end there will not be winners and losers, but the living and the dead.'
    -Joseph Goebbels from his February 18, 1943 Sportpalast speech, better known as the 'Total War' speech.

    [Earnest Albert Hooton (November 20, 1887 – May 3, 1954)]

  • 'To put into the hands of human beings as irresponsible as apes, and much more malicious, such a weapon as the atom bomb is to invite the destruction of civilization and the extinction of the species... Gadgets and machines are getting better and better and man is getting worse and worse. Fundemental work on the human constitution... has been neglected in favor of research that promises to be economically profitable. When human behavior steadily deteriorates and we get more and more destructive, the eventual answer becomes fairly obvious. I suppose our excuse for using the bomb is that we knew the Germans were working on it and it was a case of devil take the hindmost. There seems to be no particular price on human life anyhow. The physical scientist may well say- if he happens to read the bible: 'The zeal of mine house hath eaten me up.' ... [And] The malignant super ape-who has read Shakespeare-will grab an atom bomb and exclaim: 'Tis sport to have the engineer hoist with his own petard'.
    ('petard' means bomb. This last quote is from Shakespeare's Hamlet--it basically is the irony of being blown up by your own bomb. Hamlet boasts of blowing his enemies to the moon...)
    -Earnest Albert Hooton was a U.S. physical anthropologist known for his work on racial classification and his popular writings such as the book 'Up From The Ape'.

    [Commander George Lincoln Rockwell (March 9, 1918 - August 25, 1967)]

  • 'I went to the post office one morning and found a big carton waiting for me. It was from James K. Warner, one of our first supporters. Inside I found, carefully and lovingly folded, a huge Nazi flag, eighteen feet long. It was one of the strokes of destiny I have come to expect.

    There was no doubt in my mind. I went home, drew the living room blinds closed and hung the beautiful banner completely across the wall. In the center I mounted a plaque of Adolf Hitler. Then I placed a small bookcase under it and set three lighted candles in front. I stood before my holy altar to Adolf Hitler, alone in the silent house, without a single soul knowing what I was doing — or caring. Then, for the first time since I had lost my Christian religion, I experienced the soul-thrilling upsurge of emotion which is denied our modern, sterile, atheist 'intellectuals', but nevertheless remains the force which has moved the human race for countless centuries: religious experience. As I looked at the stern face of the greatest mind in twenty centuries, I felt the unbelievable flood of 'religious' power pouring into me which would be easily understood by any savage Indian standing on a mountain top at sunrise and communing with the Great Spirit before battle. The very power which the so-called intellectuals have denied themselves because of their conceit that they can 'know' everything.

    I recalled the words of the Leader: “When human hearts break and human souls despair, the great vanquishers of distress and care, of shame and misery, of intellectual unfreedom and physical duress look down upon them from the twilight of the past, and hold out their eternal hands to faint-hearted mortals. Woe to the people that is ashamed to grasp them!"

    I was moved beyond the power of words to describe. Goose-pimples rose all over me, my hair stood on end, my eyes filled with tears of love and gratitude for this greatest of all conquerors of human misery and shame, and my breath came in little gasps. If I had not known that the Leader would have scorned such adulation, I might have fallen to my knees in unashamed worship, but instead, I drew myself to attention, raised my arm in the eternal salute of the ancient Roman legions and repeated the holy words, “Heil Hitler!” — meaning every syllable with all my heart, mind and soul.

    No longer was Adolf Hitler only a great mind to me. Now I realized the inscrutable power of the human soul. Now I knew why the power of that human soul for ten thousand years, again and again, has conquered the mightiest aggregates of physical force and tyranny, regardless of odds or possibilities! I had run the full circle from savage and childish animal instinct — the primitive stage of most of humanity — to conceited and sterile intellectualism — the stage of our convinced Marxists and 'liberals' — and finally, I had, with the help of the Great Leader, found my way back to the natural understanding of the world given free to every dog and worm, every ape and man, of which the intellect is only a sort of recent development or 'trick'. I had found my way to that unconscious understanding of eternal riddles which can only be called “wisdom” — the same perception of the essence of things which has, in different guises, formed the basis of the teachings of all great leaders in all times.

    As the emotional storm subsided within me, it left me filled with the holy sense of mission which is the fundamental weapon and armor of a revolutionary leader. Where before I had wanted to fight the forces of tyranny and regression, now I had to fight them. But even more, I felt within me the power to prevail — strength beyond my own strength — the ability to do the right thing, even when I was personally overwhelmed by events. And that strength has not failed me, nor will it fail. It is the power beyond the atom, the force called “religious” by the non-intellectual, “psychological self-hypnotism” by the 'brains' of today, and the “unknowable” by those who have learned true wisdom. I knew with calm certainty exactly what to do and I knew, in a hard-to explain sense, what was ahead. It was something like looking at a road from the air, after seeing only the curve ahead from the ground.

    The world was obviously building up to an unheard of, unprecedented clash between the dark forces of massed ignorance, greed, envy, hatred and stupidity — mustered and led by the scheming Jew — versus the waning forces of Nature's elite — the White Man. The Jew, with his Marxist-Democratic idea of the supremacy of mere numbers threatens to overwhelm the White Man throughout the world by the sheer mass of the teeming colored, inferior races which outnumber the White builders of civilization by more than seven to one.

    Adolf Hitler had shown the way to survival. It would be my task on this earth to carry his ideas and his living example to total, world-wide victory. I knew I would not live to see the victory which I would make possible, but I would not die before I had made that victory certain.'
    -George Lincoln Rockwell

  • ' I am right up in front with a rifle and live in a foxhole most of the time.
    It sure is rough, I don't like it at all... when you get in a foxhole and the big guns are firing over your head it sure makes you think of a lot of things and if you don't duck at the right time there is nothing more to worry about.'
    -Private Clinton McDowell, February 18, 1945. Somewhere in France.

    I found this letter rummaging through a pile of old papers and liked the writer's cold logic and pessimism. So many young American men were forced to fight a war they knew nothing about. Clinton McDowell was 31 years old at the time of his writing. I think the average age of the American soldier was 27.

    [Above: I found a picture of Mr. McDowell's gravestone, so he did indeed 'duck at the right time'! But he still died young--58 years old.]

  • 'Democracy is beautiful in theory; in practice it is a fallacy. You in America will see that some day.'
    -Benito Mussolini, speaking to Edwin L. James of the New York Times, circa 1928.

  • 'Let us have a dagger between our teeth, a bomb in our hands, and an infinite scorn in our hearts.'
    -Benito Mussolini, taken from a 1928 speech.

  • 'If I advance; follow me! If I retreat; kill me! If I die; avenge me!'
    -Henri de la Rochejaquelein, circa 1793.

    [The following are the last words of Saddam Hussein, before being murdered by monsters hired by the United States...]

  • 'Saddam Hussein: “I testify that Mohammed is the Messenger of God.”

    Saddam Hussein: “Oh God.” [saying this in preparation, as is Middle Eastern custom, as the noose is put around his neck]

    One voice leads customary Muslim prayer (called a salvat): “May God's blessings be upon Mohammed and his companions/household [family].”

    All voices, including Saddam Hussein, repeat the customary prayer: “May God's blessings be upon Mohammed and his companions/household [family].”

    A group of voices: “Moqtada… Moqtada… Moqtada.” [Meaning the young Shiite cleric Moqtada Al-Sadr] …

    Saddam with amusement: “Moqtada… Moqtada! Do you consider this bravery?” [This can also be translated as meaning "Is this your manhood?"]

    Several individuals say several times: “To Hell [hell-fire]!” [This can be translated as "Go to Hell!"]

    Saddam Hussein mockingly replies/asks: “To the hell that is Iraq!?”

    Others voices: “Long live Mohammed Baqir Al-Sadr.”

    Single voice: “Please do not [stop]. The man is being executed. Please no, please stop.”

    Saddam Hussein starts recitation of final Muslim prayers: “I bear witness that there is no god but God and I testify that Mohammed is the Messenger of God. I bear witness that there is no god but God and I testify that Mohammed…” [Saddam Hussein is suddenly interrupted without finishing his prayer with the opening of the trap door.]

    Several voices: “The tyrant [dictator] has collapsed!”

    Other voices: “May God's blessings be upon Mohammed and his household (family).”

    Single voice: “Let him hang for eight minutes.'
    - Global Research (translation from the Arabic original audio-video believed to have been recorded on a cell phone.
    Taken from an article entitled:
    Saddam Hussein's Last Words: "To the Hell that is Iraq!?"
    What the Media has Deliberately Concealed

    By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya

  • 'On the Holy day of Eid, the world watched in horror at the barbaric lynching of President Saddam Hussein of Iraq, allegedly for crimes against humanity.
    This public murder was sanctioned by the War Criminals, President Bush and Prime Minister Blair.
    The entire trial process was a mockery of justice, no less a Kangaroo Court.
    Defence counsels were brutally murdered, witnesses threatened and judges removed for being impartial and replaced by puppet judges.
    Yet, we are told that Iraq was invaded to promote democracy, freedom and justice.'
    -Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, former Prime Minister of Malaysia, December 30, 2006.

  • 'In the presence of God I ask our nation, I ask you, ministers of the Gospel:
    Did the Germans in all our histories ever inflict such injuries on us as we did in the two World Wars and still do inflict on them?
    What wrong did the German nation do to us Americans that we punished them twice in a generation in the most cruel and inhuman way such as history never saw before?
    Do you call that American gratitude for all the hard work and faithfulness by which German people here built up our country and won our victories?'
    -Reverend Dr. Ludwig A. Fritsch, from his 1947 book 'The Crime of Our Age'.

  • 'The extradition and presentation of entire countries and nations to the Russians by Roosevelt;
    the senseless and deliberate destruction of the most magnificent cities;
    the most cruel expulsion of millions of Eastern-Germans from their century old homes;
    the development and the execution of the Eisenhower-Morgenthau-Roosevelt plan,
    the most inhuman act of revenge since there is a recorded history;
    the slow and painful murdering of 20-30 million human beings by starvation, cold and privation.'
    -Reverend Dr. Ludwig A. Fritsch

  • 'All these tremendous might and power and profits were achieved at the lowest price in comparison to the appalling damage and the irreparable loss we inflicted on our 'enemies.'
    Hitherto we were in our whole history the lucky winners of all our aggressive wars against the Indians, the English, Spaniards, Mexicans, Japanese and twice against the Germans.
    In this last gigantic struggle of nations we have lost only as many human lives as we have at home by accidents.

    The American Red Cross in 1945 reported officially that '99 per cent of the American prisoners of war in Germany have survived and are on their way home!'
    (In contrast to this fact we have sent not 1 per cent of our German prisoners of war home, but we traded them as slaves to France and England!)
    Concerning the 260 billions - the cost of Roosevelt's war - it is more than paid off through the patent secrets and art treasures and scientists stolen and kidnapped from the Germans.

    Thus we have only profited from all the wars we waged while at the same time we inflicted on mankind unspeakable misery and bitter disappointments.
    The greatest of all sins in the presence of God and in the light of history that we as a nation have committed is making ourselves guilty of matricide.
    Europe is our physical and spiritual mother.

    But most of all we should appreciate and honor that nation whose sons' and daughters' blood and sweat mostly had flowed for our country: the German.
    Is it not true that in every third American's veins flows Teutonic blood? '
    -Reverend Dr. Ludwig A. Fritsch

  • 'Germany was at that time at the zenith of her might, fame and reputation.
    She built the greatest and most luxurious ships of the world with which she gained the world market, because she was able to supply the best and cheapest production.
    In the realm of science Germany was ahead of all nations of the world.

    Her scientists had more Nobel-Prizes in all spheres of science than all the other nations combined.
    From all countries of the globe the seekers of knowledge and lovers of art came to the famous universities of the 'people of poets and thinkers.'
    But the might and greatness of Germany was at the same time envied and suspected.

    England, feeling that she was put back to play the second fiddle in world affairs, in her insatiable greediness worked so hard and so long until she succeeded in surrounding Germany with enemies.
    Europe became a powder keg.
    Only the spark was necessary to make her explode.

    The world became ablaze.
    For the second time!'
    -Reverend Dr. Ludwig A. Fritsch

  • 'When our soldiers returned home and after they had seen the sad consequences of our intervention in the European quarrel they cried out: 'We fought on the wrong side!'
    -Reverend Dr. Ludwig A. Fritsch

  • 'There are only a few gleams in a man's life. All the rest is grayness.'
    -Jean Genet

  • 'People ask: is there someone fit to be our leader?
    Our task is not to search for that person.
    Either God will give him to us or he will not come.
    Our task is to shape the sword that he will need when he comes.'
    -Adolf Hitler

  • 'Though to save life is laudable, it in no way justifies the employment of means which run counter to every precept of humanity and the outcome of war. Should it do so, then, on the pretexts of shortening a war and of saving lives, every imaginable atrocity can be justified. In fact, knowing as President Truman and Mr Churchill did of the powers of the new weapon, its use could have implied but one thing only, namely, "Unless surrender is immediate, the slaughter of the Japanese people will be unlimited." This is equivalent to a gangster saying to the victim "Unless you do as I ask, I will shoot your family.'
    -Major General J. F. C. Fuller from his book 'A Strategic and Tactical History of the Second World War'

  • '...the use of this barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. ...My own feeling was that in being the first to use it, we had adopted an ethical standard common to the barbarians of the Dark Ages. I was not taught to make wars in that fashion, and wars cannot be won by destroying women and children.'
    -Admiral William D. Leahy, President Truman's Chief of Staff

  • 'Netaji will remain immortal for all time to come for his service to India. The hypnotism of the Indian National Army has cast its spell upon us. Netaji's name is one to conjure with. His patriotism is second to none. . . His bravery shines through all his actions. He aimed high and failed. But who has not failed?'
    -Mohandas Gandhi

  • 'In the name of God, I take this sacred oath that to liberate India and the three hundred eighty million of my countrymen. I, Subhas Chandra Bose, will continue the sacred war of freedom till the last breath of my life. I shall remain always a servant of India, and to look after the welfare of three hundred eighty million of Indian brothers and sisters shall be for me my highest duty. Even after winning freedom, I will always be prepared to shed even the last drop of my blood for the preservation of India's freedom.'
    -Chandra Bose

  • 'The whole and sole object of all true Magical and Mystical training is to become free from every kind of limitation.'
    -Aleister Crowley

  • 'Then there was one other thing, I remember [about the Huertgen]. We had put an awful lot of white phosphorus on the town before we got in for good, or whatever you would call it. That was the first time I ever saw a Kraut dog eating a roasted German Kraut. Later on I saw a cat working on him too. You wouldn't think a good German cat would eat a a good German soldier's ass which had been roasted by white phosphorus.'
    -American author Ernest Hemingway, who was a war reporter during WW2. This vile description is from the novel 'Across the River and Into the Trees', published by Charles Scribner's Sons in September 1950. The Allies used white phosphorus on civilian cities even though it was banned by the Geneva Convention. Civilian cities all over Germany and Japan were burned to the ground by this inhumane and terrible weapon.

  • 'We who had fought this war could feel no pride. Victors and vanquished, all were one. We were one with the crowds moving silently along the boulevards of Paris; the old women hunting through the still ruins of Cologne; the bodies piled like yellow cord wood at Dachau; the dreadful vacant eyes of the beaten German soldiers; the white graves and the black crosses and the haunting melancholy of our hearts. All, all were one, all were the ghastly horror of what we had known, of what we had helped to do.'
    -U.S. Captain Laurence Critchell, 101st Airborne Division

  • 'May the spirit of the most ancient past be the spirit of the future.'
    -Reichsfuhrer-SS Heinrich Himmler

  • 'The hour will come in which all the peoples of the earth will awake, and the Jews will be the victims.'
    -Joseph Goebbels From 'Die Urheber des Unglücks der Welt', Das Reich, January 21, 1945

  • 'Humanity would sink into eternal darkness, it would fall into a dull and primitive state, were the Jews to win this war. They are the incarnation of that destructive force that in these terrible years has guided the enemy war leadership in a fight against all that we see as noble, beautiful, and worth keeping. For that reason alone the Jews hate us.'
    -Joseph Goebbels From 'Die Urheber des Unglücks der Welt', Das Reich, January 21, 1945

  • 'We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.'


  • 'We do not live a real democracy, which one can easily see when everyone lives in fear.
    The Controllers are afraid of the people, and for this reason, they have made “muzzle laws”, and so the people live in fear of those who rule over them.
    Therefore the people do not dare to speak their minds.'
    -Ursula Haverbeck, before the State Court in Dortmund, 11th June, 2007

  • 'A slave who does not realize he is in chains will never seek to free himself.'
    -Ursula Haverbeck, as guest speaker of the NPD-Citizen Centre, March 2010.

  • 'I thank Heaven for a man like Adolf Hitler, who built a front line of defense against the anti-Christ of Communism.'
    -Rev. Franklin Nathaniel Daniel Buchman (June 4, 1878 – August 7, 1961), the Protestant Christian evangelist who founded the Oxford Group. He is probably best known for his affiliation with the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous. Buchman attended the 1935 National Socialist rally in Germany, where he was noted by the writer Henry Williamson for 'heiling Hitler, and shooting out his right hand'. (Goodbye West Country, Henry Williamson, pub. 1938, page 247.)

  • 'I do not believe that the Churches will continue to exist in their present form. In the future religion will be called National Socialism. Its prophet, its pope, its Jesus Christ, will be called Adolf Hitler.'
    -Alois Spaniol (September 19, 1904 - January 1959), in a January 1935 speech.

  • 'The wrath of God burns against them, their damnation does not slumber; the pit is prepared, the fire is made ready, the furnace is now hot, ready to receive them; the flames do now rage and glow. The glittering sword is whet, and held over them, and the pit hath opened its mouth under them... The old serpent is gaping for them; hell opens its mouth wide to receive them; and if God should permit it, they would be hastily swallowed up and lost.'
    - Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758), Enfield, Connecticut, July 8, 1741

  • 'How could the world have been so mislead?

    I'm gonna talk about someone that lots of folks are not going to like when they hear what I'm about to say. But there's a man who these people convinced us was a madman. These people that I'm talking about told us that this man was a satanic agent, he was a mass murderer.

    These illegitimate people, called Jews, convinced the world that a man named Adolf Hitler was a madman. And we all grew up understanding that Hitler was a tyrant, that he was a madman.

    And we all grew up understanding that Hitler was a tyrant, that he was a madman. But I'm gonna be honest with you. I've been doing some research on this. I found out — and this is my opinion — that it was these liars and deceivers that Adolf Hitler was trying to cleanse the world of.

    Hitler said this: "When you control literature, you control what people think."

    There's a statement that says: "And you shall know the truth, and the truth will make you free."

    Hitler adopted one of the oldest symbols of God-consciousness on this planet; it's called the swastika!

    We have come to hate the swastika, because we've been taught by these people that the swastika is a symbol of Nazi Germany. That's not true.

    So let me take you to school for a minute.

    The Swastika comes back to us from ancient Egypt 10,000 years BC; and if you will look at the swastika, what you will see? You will see four 90-degree angles. You multiply 4 times 90, you come up with a perfect circle of 360 degrees, which represents the Sun, the giver of life.

    So the swastika was actually an ancient Germanic symbol representing God-consciousness.

    Now I know there are a lot of folks here today who won't like what I'm saying, but I don't give a damn. My job is to tell you the truth, like it or not. If you don't like it, do what you feel you gotta do. But I'm going to tell it.

    When I stand before the Creator, I can hold my head up high and say: "I've opened the eyes of the blind by telling them the truth that they didn't want told." '
    -Rev. Dr. Ray Hagins, from a sermon before a black congregation of the separatist African Village and Cultural Center, of which Hagins is the founder and spiritual leader.
    This organization's mission is 'to create strong communities by building strong families based on strong spiritual values, self-awareness, self-reliance and productivity.'

  • The enemies of truth often like to lie and tell us that Hitler's success in reviving Germany's dead economy was because of government spending on rearmament.
    That's a total lie, like most things they say about Him. The renowned British historian A. J. P. Taylor noted:
    'Germany's economic recovery, which was complete by 1936, did not rest on rearmament; it was caused mainly by lavish expenditure on public works, particularly on motor roads, and this public spending stimulated private spending also, as [British economist John Maynard] Keynes had said it would. …while nearly everyone else in Europe expected a great war, Hitler was the one man who neither expected nor planned for it.'
    – A. J. P. Taylor, From Sarajevo to Potsdam (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1975), p. 140.

  • 'The working class positively benefited from Hitler's rule, under which the standard of living was raised till it became the highest in Europe.'
    -Historian Hugh Trevor-Roper

  • 'Let those disbelieve it who will, Adolf Hitler has done more for Germany since he came to power than any other statesman at any other time, and the wrecking of his work would not only spell the final ruin of Germany, but the ruin of Europe at large.'
    -Heinz A. Heinz, Germany's Hitler

  • 'Infant mortality has been greatly reduced and is considerably inferior to that in Great Britain. Tuberculosis and other diseases have noticeably diminished. The criminal courts have never had so little to do and the prisons have never had so few occupants. It is a pleasure to observe the physical aptitude of the German youth. Even the poorest persons are better clothed than was formerly the case, and their cheerful faces testify to the psychological improvement that has been wrought within them.'
    -Sir Arnold Wilson, British Prime Minister, who visited Germany seven times after Adolf Hitler came to power.

  • 'Hitler was our sovereign. It would be intolerable for me to have him standing before a foreign court. You men knew the Fuehrer. He would be the first one to stand up and say, "I have given the orders, and I take full responsibility." But I would rather die ten deaths then have Hitler subjected to such humiliation.'
    -Hermann Goering, in an Allied dungeon after the war.

  • 'The Russian atrocity film was a fake. Lots of these pictures were probably taken during their own revolution, like the baskets of heads. Those fields covered with bodies -- such pictures are easy to get any time in a war. And where did they get the fresh corpses to photograph? They couldn't have come right in ready to take pictures. They must have shot those people themselves.'
    -Hermann Goering, speaking of the fake concentration camp 'mass murders'.

  • 'Yes, I still maintain my loyalty to the Fuehrer -- in difficult times as well as in good.'
    -Hermann Goering

  • 'I wanted to set my people an example that loyalty was not dead.'
    -Hermann Goering

  • 'My people have been humiliated before. Loyalty and hated will unite them again. Who knows but that in this very hour the man is born who will unite my people -- born of our flesh and bones, to avenge the humiliation we suffer now?'
    -Hermann Goering

  • 'As Carl Jung wrote, “I stand at the bottom of the deepest hell, and I can fall no further.”
    He was wrong. I believed that I was at the bottom many times over, but the bastards always found a way to increase the depths of my misery.'
    -Gary Yarbrough, freedom fighter, political prisoner, writer and hero

  • 'You chain us to the dungeon walls to secure your rotting throne, but what next then will you do when shackles hold but bone?'
    -Robert Miles

  • 'Is there any problem with praising Hitler? Do many people still believe Hitler's Holocaust nowadays? The Nanjing Massacre and the Japanese comfort women issue are both fabricated.'
    -Hiroyuki Seto, the deputy representative of a Japanese 'right-wing' group during an April 20, 2014 parade in Tokyo celebrating Adolf Hitler's 125th anniversary birthday.
    The truth, first a tiny trickle, then a flowing stream, and suddenly an instoppable flood.

  • 'you are not you--you have no body, no blood, no bones, you are but a thought. I myself have no existence; I am but a dream—your dream, a creature of your imagination. In a moment you will have realized this, then you will banish me from your visions and I shall dissolve into the nothingness out of which you made me.'

    'In a little while you will be alone in shoreless space, to wander its limitless solitudes without friend or comrade forever—for you will remain a thought, the only existent thought, and by your nature inextinguishable, indestructible. But I, your poor servant, have revealed you to yourself and set you free. Dream other dreams, and better!'

    'Strange! that you should not have suspected years ago—centuries, ages, eons, ago!—for you have existed, companionless, through all the eternities.'

    'Strange, indeed, that you should not have suspected that your universe and its contents were only dreams, visions, fiction! Strange, because they are so frankly and hysterically insane—like all dreams: a God who could make good children as easily as bad, yet preferred to make bad ones; who could have made every one of them happy, yet never made a single happy one; who made them prize their bitter life, yet stingily cut it short; who gave his angels eternal happiness unearned, yet required his other children to earn it; who gave his angels painless lives, yet cursed his other children with biting miseries and maladies of mind and body; who mouths justice and invented hell—mouths mercy and invented hell—mouths Golden Rules, and forgiveness multiplied by seventy times seven, and invented hell; who mouths morals to other people and has none himself; who frowns upon crimes, yet commits them all; who created man without invitation, then tries to shuffle the responsibility for man's acts upon man, instead of honorably placing it where it belongs, upon himself; and finally, with altogether divine obtuseness, invites a poor, abused slave to worship him!' . . .

    'You perceive, now, that these things are all impossible except in a dream. You perceive that they are pure and puerile insanities, the silly creations of an imagination that is not conscious of its freaks—in a word, that they are a dream, and you the maker of it. The dream-marks are all present; you should have recognized them earlier.'

    'It is true, that which I have revealed to you; there is no God, no universe, no human race, no earthly life, no heaven, no hell. It is all a dream—a grotesque and foolish dream. Nothing exists but you. And you are but a thought—a vagrant thought, a useless thought, a homeless thought, wandering forlorn among the empty eternities!'

    -Mark Twain, from the final and unfinished novel 'The Mysterious Stranger'. He worked on it periodically from 1897 through 1908.

  • 'The assertion that Germany affected to conquer the world was ridiculous. The British Empire embraced 40 million square kilometers, Russia 19 million square kilometers, America 9.5 million square kilometers, whereas Germany embraced less than 600,000 square kilometers. It is quite clear who it is desires to conquer the world.'
    -Adolf Hitler to Sir. Nevile Henderson, Ambassador of Great Britain to Germany, August 25, 1939

  • 'If it rests with Germany war will not come again. This country has a more profound impression than any other of the evil that war causes. Ninety-five per-cent of the members of the National Administration have had personal experiences of its horrors.

    They know that it is not a romantic adventure but a ghastly catastrophe. It is the disciplined conviction of the National Socialist Movement that war can benefit no one, but only bring general ruin in its train. To us war would offer no prizes; 1918 was for us a lesson and a warning.'
    -Adolf Hitler in an interview with G. Ward Price, Daily Mail. August 5, 1934

  • 'Historians will one day record that never were the peaceful proposals of one man met with more hatred than mine. When Germany became the example to the world of the peaceful solution of social problems and economic difficulties, the hatred of the Bolsheviks and capitalists, the exploiters of nations, was turned against her. Only then did I turn to create the new German Wehrmacht.'
    -Adolf Hitler, 1936

  • 'In this instance the German Government have in mind to ban all arms which bring death and destruction not so much to the fighting soldiers but to non-combatant women and children… they believe that it will be possible to proscribe the use of certain arms as contrary to international law and to excommunicate from the community of mankind – its rights and its laws – those nations who continue to use them.'
    -Adolf Hitler's 'The Thirteen Points', Reichstag Speech. He attempted to reduce and restrict armaments, through the Geneva Red Cross Convention. Britain and the 'democracies' declined. The future would show why; they had a penchant to bomb women and children to ruin. And still do, look at Iraq, Palestine and Afganistan.

  • 'Three times I have made concrete offers for armament restriction. These offers were rejected. The greatest offer which I then made was that Germany and France together should reduce their standing armies to 300,000 men; that Germany, Great Britain and France, should bring down their air forces to parity and that Germany and Great Britain should conclude a naval agreement. Only the last offer was accepted as real limitation of armaments. The other German proposals were either flatly refused or where answered by the conclusion of those alliances which gave Central Europe to Soviet Russia as the field of play for its gigantic forces.'
    -Adolf Hitler

  • 'All through these long years we have never had another prayer but this: Lord, give our people eternal peace and give and maintain peace abroad. We have experienced in our generation so much fighting that it is natural that we should wish for peace. We have behind us so much of hardship that we can address to the grace and the kindliness of Providence our one prayer: Spare our children that which we had to endure.'
    -Adolf Hitler, Party Day Speech, Nuremberg, September 11, 1936.

  • 'I spoke with Hitler... In Nürnberg he, Hitler, declared it rightly, that his political movement has created a new Germany. It is not the Germany of the first decade after the war, prostrated, despondent and bowed down in grief and impotence. It is now filled with hope and trust, filled with a new sense of significance and determination to lead its own life without the interference of foreign influences.

    For the first time since the war, a general feeling of security and peace prevail. The people are happier. Throughout the land is evident an attitude of universal joy and delight. It is a much happier Germany. I could see that everywhere, and Englishmen I met during my journey, who knew Germany well, were equally much impressed with the great change. That wonderful phenomenon was accomplished by one man...

    This is the fame of mind of the young Germans. With nearly a religious fervor they believe in their movement and in their leader.

    This impressed me more than anything else that I experienced during my short visit in that new Germany. A refreshing new atmosphere of an awakening, so uncommonly effective in the unity of that nation.

    Catholics and Protestants, Prussians and Bavarians, employer and worker, rich and poor have been united into one nation. Confessions of faith, clans - or class rule and class-extraction can no longer cleave that nation. There is a passion, a sacred fire, a striving for unity, born out of hard necessity.'
    -Lloyd George, British Prime Minister 1916-1922, in an article published in the 'Daily Express', September 17, 1936.

  • 'Respect the man of noble races other than your own, who carries out, in a different place, a combat parallel to yours -- to ours.
    He is your ally. He is our ally, be he at the other end of the world.
    Love all living things whose humble task is not opposed in any way to yours, to ours: men with simple hearts, honest, without vanity and malice,
    and all the animals, because they are beautiful, without exception and without exception indifferent to whatever "idea" there may be.
    Love them, and you will see the eternal in the glance of their eyes of jet, amber, or emerald.
    Love also the trees, the plants, the water that runs though the meadow and on to the sea without knowing where it goes;
    love the mountain, the desert, the forest, the immense sky, full of light or full of clouds; because all these exceed man and reveal the eternal to you.'
    -Savitri Devi

  • 'He is merely miscast in a play. He would have made a perfect knight in a different century, or a very good pagan prince in a time of heroes. He was born in the wrong era, on the wrong side of the river, with the ability to do anything and finding nothing he wants to do.'
    -1968 Susan Eloise Hinton, from the 1969 book Rumble Fish
    [This reminds me of a world of people on the planet who are born without opportunities or hope. Their potentials are never realized in this hopeless world. So many turn to crime or drugs and alcohol as the only way out. The game of life is crooked. There are over two thousand billionaires today and billions living in poverty.-ed.]

  • 'I sometimes feel appalled at the thought of the sum total of human misery all over the world at the present moment: the millions parted, fretting, wasting in unprofitable days - quite apart from torture, pain, death, bereavement, injustice. If anguish were visible, almost the whole of this benighted planet would be enveloped in a dense dark vapor...'
    -J. R. R. Tolkien, in a letter to his son, April 30, 1944.

    [Above: General Idi Amin, circa 1974]

  • 'Although some people felt Adolf Hitler was bad, he was a great man and a real conqueror whose name would never be forgotten.'
    -Idi Amin Dada (May 17, 1925 – August 16, 2003)

    [Above: Gabriel Diaz]

  • 'CBS Reporter: You know what that [swastika] means, right?
    Diaz: I know what it means. The media portrays it as a symbol of hate, but it's not to us, not to us.

    CBS Reporter: Who is "us"?
    Diaz: The believers of the ideology. National Socialists. We don't call it "Nazi". That's what you guys call it.

    CBS Reporter: But you know what happened under National Socialism, right?
    Diaz: I believe we have been told lies about Hitler our whole life.

    CBS Reporter: Why do you wear it [the armband]?
    Diaz: Because I'm a National Socialist.

    CBS Reporter: What does that mean?
    Diaz: I believe in the natural order of things... We believe in reason and nature.

    CBS Reporter: You know, real National Socialists wouldn't have cared for you at all.
    Diaz: I don't know what you mean by that.

    CBS Reporter: They believed in Aryan supremacy. They exterminated people they didn't like.
    Diaz: Well... National Socialism doesn't teach you to have a hatred of others. It teaches you to have a love for your race... not be against others.
    Who ever said you had to be white to be a National Socialist? You don't have to be White. It could be anybody. '
    -Gabriel Diaz, NYC Taxi Driver, May 16, 2014.

    [Above: Thai Royal Prince ML Rungguna Kitiyakara]

  • 'So why is Hitler considered to be evil? Because he found a way to free the people from being slaves to the Jews? Because he found a way to create a better world, free from Zionists?

    And that is what he did.

    He was a people's man. He was the father of Germany. His people loved him, and he loved his people.

    Heil Hitler… Happy Birthday to you!

    Hitler was a true genius and a patriot. Everything in Germany became better because of him.

    History is written by the victors, by the Allied forces. The Zionists and the Jewish bankers don't want the truth to come out.
    They destroyed Hitler and Germany. Hitler has been imputed as the bad guy for the so-called Holocaust, which actually did not occur.
    It was propaganda to establish sympathy to expel and kill Palestinians from their homeland so the Jews would have their own state.'
    -Thai Royal Prince ML Rungguna Kitiyakara, on April 20th, 2015 (Adolf Hitler's birthday), posted on his Facebook page.

    [Above: Mcebo Dlamini]

  • 'I love Adolf Hitler.'
    Mcebo Dlamini said, responding to a negative comment about Adolf Hitler on Facebook.

    After he was contacted by the establishment about his comment, he elaborated and confirmed his love once more.

    'What I love about Hitler is his charisma and his capabilities to organize people. We need more leaders of such caliber. I love Adolf Hitler.'

    'I have researched about president Adolf Hitler. I have read books about president Adolf Hitler. I have watched documentaries about president Adolf Hitler,'
    he told Wits Vuvuzela, the student newspaper, defending his knowledge of Adolf Hitler.

    He went on to say:

    'I find it very absurd that people expect me to regard their enemies as my enemies. The same way I love Robert Mugabe, it has nothing to do with white people.'

    'I will write what I like on my Facebook... [I'm not here to] nurse Jewish people's feelings.'

    'Who told them they deserve special treatment? This is an academic space, we must debate issues not silence individuals.'

    In the Facebook thread, he later commented that he had been reported to Facebook and said:

    '...truth hurts… face it murderers.'

    He was later forced to resign from his position and suffered further 'disciplinary' actions!
    -Mcebo Dlamini, South African Wits Student Representative Council (SRC) president, April 25, 2015.

  • 'I returned to the silent rows of pup tents standing mutely like a ghost town on the edge of South Field. It seemed populated by phantoms, the spirits of men still trapped in the jungle. The camp was a cemetery of canvas coffins, sitting empty and open while their living dead occupants stalked the vampire's night of Operation Geronimo in search of blood.
    Eventually I spotted a few troopers caught in the emptiness and ensnared by its silence... the men of the rear echelon element, the battalion skeleton which always remained behind when the sinew and muscle of the line companies undertook their pilgrimage to the shrines of man's one true universal religion... war.'
    -Micheal Clodfelter, from the book 'Mad Minutes and Vietnam Months - A Soldier's Memoir. ©1988

    [Above: Leon Trotsky]

  • 'You are starving? This is not famine yet, when your women start eating their children then you may come and say we are starving.'
    -The communist monster mass murderer Leon Trotsky. He was speaking to messengers, in 1921, representing European peasants who were asking for help.
    Millions and millions would starve to death under communism. Millions more would be tortured and butchered due to the inhuman policies Trotsky helped design.

  • 'Many people, especially ignorant people, want to punish you for speaking the truth, for being correct, for being you.
    Never apologize for being correct, or for being years ahead of your time. If you're right and you know it, speak your mind.
    Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is still the truth.'

  • 'I can feel pain crawling all over me. It's like a second skin. I wish I could shed that skin like a snake.'
    -Charles Bukowski, from the short story 'You Can't Write a Love Story', in the book 'South of No North' ©1973

  • 'We have seen first-hand where Marxism leads people, in Germany from 1919 to 1932, in Spain and above all in Russia. The people corrupted by liberalism are not able to defend themselves against this Jewish-Marxist poison. If Adolf Hitler had not won the battle for the soul of his people and destroyed Marxism, Europe would have sunk into Bolshevist chaos. The war in the East will lead to the final elimination of Bolshevism; the victory of the National Socialist worldview is the victory of Aryan culture over the spirit of destruction, the victory of life over death.'
    -Official National Socialist pamphlet, Berlin 1943