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Talking with Carolyn Yeager

On Monday, 13 February 2012, at 9PM ET I’ll speak with Carolyn Yeager on The Heretics’ Hour at the Voice of Reason Broadcast Network.

I first encountered Carolyn’s work in late 2010 while trying to figure out Gordon Duff. Since then I’ve kept up with her weekly podcasts and over the course of 2011 went back through her VoR archives.

A few of the programs which stand out in my mind:

The Tall Tale of Denis Avey

Auschwitz & Ellis Island

Who Started World War II?

Slavs and non-Slavs in Eastern Europe

Gordon Duff, Prescott Bush and the interview that wasn’t
Nazis in America; Duff on the holocaust
Disinformation on the Internet, Part One
Disinformation on the Internet, Part Two

Injustice at Nuremberg
Jews and Nuremberg, Part 1
Jews and Nuremberg, Part 2

Also, any program with Günter Deckert, and any program where Carolyn discusses Elie Wiesel or Irene Zisblatt.

Carolyn has started her recent programs by reading from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany, 1940-1945 – a bracing antidote to the poison of the jewish narrative.

UPDATE 14 Feb 2012: The Heretics’ Hour: Memorializing Dresden in an Age of Treason (mp3)

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6 thoughts on “Talking with Carolyn Yeager”

  1. The Wikipedia page I referred to is, Historical revisionism (negationism). It begins by making its bias in favor of the jewish narrative clear:

    Historical revisionism is either the legitimate scholastic re-examination of existing knowledge about a historical event, or the illegitimate distortion of the historical record such that certain events appear in a more or less favourable light. For the former, i.e. the academic pursuit, see historical revisionism.[1] This article deals solely with the latter, the distortion of history, which—if it constitutes the denial of historical crimes—is also sometimes (but not commonly) called negationism.[2][3]

    In attempting to revise the past, illegitimate historical revisionism appeals to the intellect—via techniques illegitimate to historical discourse—to advance a given interpretive historical view, typically involving war crimes or crimes against humanity. The techniques include presenting known forged documents as genuine; inventing ingenious, but implausible, reasons for distrusting genuine documents; attributing his or her own conclusions to books and sources reporting the opposite; manipulating statistical series to support the given point of view; and deliberately mis-translating texts (in languages other than the revisionist’s).[4] Practical examples of negationism (illegitimate historical revisionism) include Holocaust denial and some Soviet historiography.[5][6] Contemporarily, hate groups practice negationism on the Internet.

    This page was, until Monday, linked directly from the forth paragraph of the Bombing of Dresden in World War II page.

    As usual, the description of “negationism”, specifically the 2nd paragraph quoted above, is a projection of jewish tactics onto their enemies, though two characteristically jewish techniques are are missing: “lobbying for and supporting laws which criminalize opposing viewpoints”, “pathologizing opposing viewpoints as hate”.

  2. I really enjoy hearing you on the radio, and look forward to more podcasts in the future.

    Thanks as well for turning me on to Carolyn’s work. I am almost through all the recommended podcasts, and I am learning a lot…..(as always, lol)

    Your work is really important!

  3. It’s a pretty simple formula: if Germans lead then Meds will follow, so long as the English can be convinced to mind their own fucking business (hint: the business of the English is not leading).

    The Russkies are already half there these days anyway. If a nationalist North America (yeah, we’ve got 50 million or so Krauts over here) and Western Europe gave Russia a free hand in their former sphere of influence, Eastern Europe, the Putin clique would consider that a fair exchange for fully turning against international Jewry.

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