December 17, 2016
Sven Longshanks, Dennis Wise and Messerschmitt present another episode of Truth Will Out Radio, beginning with Schmitt talking about his new documentary on Leon Degrelle. Dennis offers him and the listeners some tips on how to remove watermarks from video footage before the hosts move on to discussing the recent court case against Alison Chabloz, who has been charged with ‘improper use of a public electronic communications network’ for making funny songs about Jews. This is obviously a malicious prosecution even if the judge didn’t think so, as Youtube still have her videos up and the police could find nothing in them against the law. Despite all this a Jewish charity has now taken her to court in a private prosecution, where she pleaded ‘Not Guilty’ and got her lyrics reprinted in the Daily Mail for her trouble. The case has been adjourned until March.
After pointing out the hypocrisy of this, Dennis and Sven move on to answering some questions that were sent in, beginning with a discussion on why the swastika is an X shape instead of a + shape and why it is moving counter-clockwise. Wherever you find the swastika you can know for sure that White people were there once and the same goes for the cross. Just because they are Christian symbols now does not mean we only started using them 2,000 years ago.
Other questions addressed include why the Italians did what they did to Mussolini, what the difference is between Jews and Jewry, why Hitler put Jews in concentration camps and who General Paulus was. The subject of euthanasia is also tackled and whether or not Hitler really did kill lots of disabled people. There is very little evidence to show that he did and those that did die, were put forward for euthanasia by their own families to end their chronic pain and suffering.
Dennis also explains who Marshall von Manstein was and why he lost the eastern war zone before pointing out that besides the Marshall, there were over 150,000 Jews fighting on the side of Germany. The National Socialists imprisoned anyone who was a threat to them when the war broke out, just like the Americans and British did, there was nothing uncommon in this. Just because many of them were Jews, does not mean their Jewishness was the only determining factor.
The final question answered is why do people think Hitler was not a Christian and Dennis points out some of the reasons why that may be, before definitively showing that he was a Christian and he would have been a very strange European if he wasn’t, since Christianity was an essential part of European identity at the time.
Presented by Sven Longshanks, Dennis Wise and Messerschmitt
Truth Will Out Radio: Euthanasia, Mussolini and the Swastika – TWOR 121616
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