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Recently I came across an interesting "Letter to the Editor" addressed to the Barnes Review, a mainstream Revisionist magazine. I thought it had relevance to something that is truly dear to my heart - to expand the Revisionist outreach and build consensus and collaboration among non-German ethnic groups with strong, positive nationalist feelings. It also addresses something that is of great concern to me - and that is the retention of our language in all its exquisite subtleties.
Few things so offend me than some young pip-squeak writing out of Germany and misspelling the word "deutsch" as "doitsch" or, even worse, "Deutschland" as "Doitschland"!
Shivers! Nail scratching on glass is easier to bear!
Here is that Letter to the Editor:
"Your excellent article in the last "Barnes Review", "Prussia: The Rise and Fall of a European Superpower" was timely and accurate - except for the part of the so-called "Slavs".
The term was invented by the Church of Rome, in order to divide the Germanic people. The words "Slavic", "Slavs" etc. derives from the Latin "sclavis" and means just that - slaves, unfree, serfs etc.
All the so-called Slavs - the Russians, Poles, Ukrainians, Czechs etc. are of Germanic origin. At the Battle of Tannenberg, on both sides Germanic brothers were fighting Germanic brothers - and at that time they still spoke a Germanic tongue. All the cities in Poland and Bohemia were built by Germanic people. Prague in Bohemia had the very first Germanic university, Vienna the second, and Heidelberg the third.
The age-old hatred of the Church (Das Heilige Römische Reich Deutscher Nation") against all Germanic people made them do the most evil things against our race. In order to turn the different Germanic tribes against each other, the church had the "Slavic" language invented by Glagolitic monks and slowly forced on the people of East Germania. The new state of the Czech Republic admitted this in their just-released travel brochures, and the Poles know this as well, but will not admit it.
We all know the different Germanic tribes - Teutons, Saxons, Franks, Vandals, Goths, Langobardes, Frisians, Vikings, Danes, Rus etc. But please name me a few "Sclavic" tribes - there are none; therefore, they must have fallen from the skies. (...)
All so-called Slavs look like us - except where they were mixed by force in rapes with the invading Mongols, Tartars etc. They share the same culture in food, housing, customs, arts etc., but the Church has seen to it that their invented, glagolitic language has prevented a common understanding amongst the Germanic kinfolk.
Please don't confuse this with the "modern history"; go back 400 - 500 years and you will find the truth.
The video, "The Blond Mummies of China" is another eye opener. It is so easy to destroy our Germanic identity. The Italians just add one "o" to our names - Albert, Alfred, Gustav, Edward, Frank, Martin, Adolf, Bernhard - and presto! You have an "Italian" name! The Poles added "ski". The Czechs ad an "ova" and you have Neumannova - all very simple but effective.
Only the Jews want to stick to their German. Names may be Springer, Wiesel, Kissinger, Rothschild, Oppenheimer, Bronfman, Wiesenthal, Weizmann, Einstein, Marx, Engels, Warburg, Danzinger, Schlesinger, Prager, Krakauer, Berlin, Halberstadt, Frankfurter, Breslauer, Königsberger, Spielberg, Seinfeld etc.
They hate us but will not give up their Germanic names in exchange for all-kosher Jewish names. Truly strange behavior on their part."
These days, I think a lot about our lost or stolen culture, and how we will reclaim it. Reclaiming our language must be a part of it. Just yesterday I did a little program for some friends, expanding on the concept, and I was amazed how many already understood and had thought about the importance of reclaiming once very useful words. Well, I have made a start - with Lebensraum!
To mind comes a little paragraph I read just recently that talked about the reunification of West Germany with what used to be called "Middle Germany" - and how it suddenly became "East Germany" in public pronouncements by the Bonn regime.
Because there still exists East Germany - almost a quarter of the territory of old Germany that needs to be re-joined with the Reich. (Another perfectly good noun that has been demonized . . . ) East Germany, in millions of German people's memory, is still correctly called Schlesien, Pommern, Ostpreußen, Westpreußen etc. - and our German ancestors lie buried there.
Thought for the Day:
"If thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought."