The remains of ancient civilizations, brought to their knees through the sickening concept of race-mixing,
are often some of the most fascinating features of historical study. A recent, and possibly groundbreaking, discovery in the deserts of Egypt has yet again revealed the importance attached to biological differences between peoples; as a necropolis of up to a million graves, divided along racial lines, begins to be excavated.
A police helicopter in Brazil has made a interesting discovery – a huge swastika tiled into the bottom of a swimming pool.
Officers spotted the National Socialist emblem this week on a property in the city of Pomerode while investigating a kidnapping case. The homeowner, who has not been identified, will not face charges as the swastika is on private land and the symbol is not considered to be a "promotion of Nazism".
So, when the president got closer to us, and I was prepared to launch my very tame,
“Mr President, do you have a message you want to share with the Jews of Los Angeles?” line, THE MAN TO MY RIGHT launched the most brilliant Presidential Channukah greeting of all time: “Mr President,” he said in his booming voice, “when I told my Christian friend I was coming to a Channukah party at the White House, he told me, ‘I didn’t know the President was Jewish!”
The iTunes music store is a great way for liberal extremist, communist and anarchist artists to give people access to their music,
but it's no longer a good place for white power bands. Following a report from the Southern Poverty Law Center on the large number of albums from white power bands available for purchase on iTunes, Apple has made the choice to pull those albums from the store.
Officials in the German city of Nuremberg have announced "controversial" plans to spend up to €70m (£60m) on renovating the city’s vast yet dilapidated National Socialist Party rally grounds.
The palce used by the documentary filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl as a haunting backdrop for the great film Triumph of the Will. The 11 sq km site, which includes 24 towers and a so-called “Zeppelin Tribune” from which the National Socialist leader gazed out on to the uniformed ranks of the party faithful, was designed in part by Albert Speer, the Reich minister who was also Hitler’s chief architect. It was never completed.
The tombstone marking the grave of Adolf Hitler's parents was removed from an Austrian cemetery to obstruct patriot commemorations of the most famous German leader.
The owner of the grave in Leonding - an unidentified woman that Austrian media said appeared to be a distant relative of Hitler's father, Alois - "asked to have" the stone removed, the town's mayor, Walter Brunner, said. "The site was not constantly being visited but things happened now and then, the last time late last autumn," he said, referring to "various actions by die-hards".
The city of Berlin sets up a large menorah abomination each year as the Jews celebrate their Hanukkah holiday.
It is the largest menorah abomination in Europe. It couldn’t have been erected anywhere else, like Amsterdam or Paris or Rome, precisely because the goal is to spit on National Socialism.
Lutz Hagen, a professor at Dresden’s Technical University, said it was wrong to write off all PEGIDA supporters as far-right nuts.
“It’s already a broad movement and could become even broader,” he said. A new grass-roots movement that assails the German government for ignoring its fears of being overrun by Muslims and other immigrants attracted a record 15,000 marchers on Monday in the eastern city of Dresden.
War trophies don’t come much more imposing than the solid bronze statue that once adorned the prow of the Graf Spee, a notorious battleship that sank numerous Allied merchant vessels.
Weighing 700 pounds and with a wingspan of nearly 9 feet, the statue is a rare surviving example of the ultimate Third Reich symbol of an eagle perched atop a swastika. It is also causing the Uruguayan government a "headache" after a local businessman had the statue salvaged from the wreck of the Graf Spee in shallow waters just off Uruguay’s capital of Montevideo in 2006.
The short film commissioned by Thailand's military rulers was supposed to promote the "12 core values" every Thai student must now learn.
But there was one scene the junta has had "politically incorrect" explaining: a grinning schoolboy painting an image of Adolf Hitler while his smiling classmate applauds. The video, which has been screened before movies in major theaters since Saturday, has been met with ridicule by jews on social media and condemned by the Israeli Embassy in Bangkok.
If secrets were measured by the thickness of walls that keep them, then Adolf Hitler’s secrets would be eight feet deep.
Hidden in the pine forests of central Ukraine is one of Hitler’s clandestine bunkers, from which he and his generals monitored the Eastern Front during the World War II. Built in 1941, about eight kilometres from the town of Vinnitsa (three-and-a-half hours southwest of Kiev), the site today is overgrown; frequented by history buffs and illegal diggers.
At a mass meeting in Prague, 200,000 Czechs pledge loyalty to their homeland and to the German Reich.
Czech Minister Emanuel Moravec addresses the large rally on July 3, 1942, on Wenceslas Square, near the historic statute of St. Wenceslas. He concludes with an expression of confidence in a better future for the Czech people, and of support for the “new Europe,” the “National Socialist revolution,” “our leader, Adolf Hitler,” and “our state president, Dr. Hacha.”
The entire nation of Poland is under attack by internationals for allowing Lego-style "Nazi toys" to be marketed to children.
The Polish company producing the new toys is, needless to say, being roundly criticized. But it has defended its product. Lego-like figures featuring Swastikas and Third Reich emblems are a “fun way” to teach children history, Robert Podles, CEO of Cobi Toys, told news agency Ruptly, which is part of Russia’s RT network. Cobi Toys did not respond to an interview request by The Washington Post.
"Far-right arsonists" are believed to have caused fires which damaged 3 buildings earmarked for non-white invaders near Nuremberg in southern Germany.
The renovated buildings were empty when the fires took hold on Thursday night. Firefighters quickly put out the blazes and no-one was seriously hurt. Swastikas were daubed on one building with the slogan "no asylum seeker in Vorra" - the town where it happened.