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The Night of the Long Knives, Part 3

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The Night of the Long Knives, Part 3

Here we continue and conclude our series of articles from The Barnes Review describing the event which is known as The Night of the Long Knives. When we began to present this series, we actually ordered and have just received a copy of the book from which these articles were taken, which is Hitler, Democrat, by former Waffen SS General Leon Degrelle. The six articles we are presenting in this series were actually taken from chapters 38 through 43 of that book, and they were reprinted in Barnes Review issues through September-October, 2002. As we have already discussed, Degrelle was a Belgian journalist, politician and founder of the Rexist Party, and then later a National Socialist and Waffen SS volunteer who during the War had worked his way up the ranks from Private to Colonel. Then he was evidently promoted to General as the war came to its unfortunate end. Last week we presented articles titled The Röhm Crisis Worsens and Last Millimeters of the Fuse, which continued to describe the events leading up to the famous National Socialist purge, and which fully described its necessity, for the alternative was to send Germany down another path to civil war. This week, we shall present the next articles in the series, The Bloody End of Ernst Röhm: The Night of the Long Knives and then 38 Million Germans Make Their Voices Heard: A Landslide Victory for Adolf Hitler, which gives us an impression of how well the German people had thought of Adolf Hitler and the National Socialists only weeks after the purge.

Leon Degrelle describes Ernst Röhm’s political and economic philosophy in a manner that impels us to label him as a Marxist. It is our understanding that Adolf Hitler was absolutely ambivalent towards Marxism, and that his own political and economic philosophy, as they are described in Mein Kampf, were grounded in Christian principles and absolutely antithetical to Marxism. Furthermore, Adolf Hitler’s revolution was political, and ended as soon as the National Socialist German Worker’s Party came to power in 1933. But for Ernst Röhm, the revolution had only begun and needed to continue, ostensibly until he could fulfill his own desires to bring his own form of Bolshevism to Germany. But the trouble between the two men erupted over Röhm’s promotion of the Sturmabteilung, or SA, the party’s paramilitary organization, as a replacement for the German Wehrmacht – the regular army which Röhm sought to dismantle. It is obvious to us, and evidently became obvious to Hitler, that Röhm wanted the SA to replace the Wehrmacht so that he as its commander could supplant the NSDAP leadership and execute his continued revolution.

The Night of the Long Knives, Part 2

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The Night of the Long Knives, Part 2

The Barnes Review had for several years run chapters or portions of chapters from the books of Leon Degrelle as articles in its bi-monthly publication. As we have already discussed, Degrelle was a Belgian journalist, politician and founder of the Rexist Party, and then later a National Socialist and Waffen SS volunteer who during the War had worked his way up the ranks from Private to Colonel. Then in the last days of combat, he had apparently attained a rank of General, if indeed the promotion was legitimate. But we shall continue to call him a General. Last week we presented two such articles from Degrelle, The Civil War Within the German National Socialist Party and Röhm Continues to Push. This week we shall present the next two articles in the series, which are The Röhm Crisis Worsens and Last Millimeters of the Fuse.

As we saw last week, Ernst Röhm was an outspoken proponent of two ideas that were completely contrary to Adolf Hitler. First, he was a Marxist. However in the capacity in which he served the party, his economic philosophy was secondary to his work. More importantly, he strongly advocated the autonomy of the SA (the Sturmabteilung or Storm Detachment of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, which was commonly called the Brownshirts) from the party itself, and once the NSDAP came to power he insisted upon the complete replacement of the Wehrmacht, the regular German army, with the SA. As we have seen Degrelle explain, the SA was designed as a paramilitary organization of men who were not formally trained as military officers and soldiers, but who were basically street-fighters, mixed with a number of thugs, and mostly patriotic defenders of the Party’s right to express itself and to hold meetings and rallies. The SA was formed out of necessity, as the violent communist thugs – Germany’s early Antifa – always sought to infiltrate and disrupt the events held by rival parties, and especially those of the political Right.

The Night of the Long Knives, Part 1

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The Night of the Long Knives, Part 1

Here I am going to present a series of articles by General Leon Degrelle which explain the strife within the National Socialist German Workers Party which culminated in the infamous Night of the Long Knives, which was a purge of prominent dissidents and loose cannons within the Party which took place from June 30th to July 2nd, 1934. There is a lot of extant misinformation and propaganda concerning this purge, because there are few take the time to understand what events had led to it, and what events transpired in its aftermath. Only weeks after the purge was completed, Hitler’s leadership of both the Party and of Germany was confirmed in a landslide election victory, on August 19th of 1934.

After the death of Paul von Hindenburg on August 2nd, a referendum was held to merge the offices of Chancellor and President, making Adolf Hitler the undisputed leader of Germany. In order to judge the scope of the victory and the perception of Hitler by the German public at this time, we should take a brief look at the German federal elections which were held just prior to 1934. In 1925, Hindenburg won the office of President with less than 49% of the vote, and in again in 1932 with 53%. That same year, opponent Adolf Hitler received nearly 37% of the vote. Hitler was soon appointed Chancellor, which was the second position in the government, by an aged and ailing von Hindenburg. He had only run for reelection in fear of a National Socialist victory, to keep Hitler out of the office of President.

Once Hitler became Chancellor, he called for new elections which were held in March of 1933, where he had hoped to gain a sound majority. He was again victorious but received only about 44% of the vote, so any legislation he sought would still require the assistance of a coalition of parties in order to succeed. Hitler remained Chancellor and Hindenburg remained as President until his death. Then on August 19th of 1934, barely seven weeks after the purge of several major figures within his own Party, Hitler finally prevailed as the vacant office of President was merged with the office of Chancellor with nearly 89% of the vote. In this election, Hitler had no actual opponent. Either the offices would be merged and Hitler would assume the new office, or the people would reject the merger, and that would have necessitated a new election for President. So while it was not truly a direct election, the people nevertheless gave Adolf Hitler a sound vote of confidence only a short time after the Night of the Long Knives.

Arthur Lee: Lifestyle Christianity, Parts 4 and 5

 
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Lifestyle Christianity: Parts 4 and 5 of Arthur's latest series of sermons on overcoming adversity through faith while growing spiritually into harmony with God. The presentation is prefaced with a discussion summarizing some subjects in the series between Arthur Lee and William Finck.

See Arthur Lee's website IdentityStruggle.org

CI in the Rust Belt - A Discussion with Some of the Friends of Clifton Emahiser

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How they came to Christian Identity, how they met Clifton Emahiser, here as we prepare to leave Ohio we have a casual discussion with many of our friends from Northwest Ohio and Indiana.

Arthur Lee: Quest for Destiny, Parts 5 through 7

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Here once again have Arthur Lee of Identity Struggle presenting the final three parts of his series of sermons, Quest for Destiny. We have also added his short sermon The Higher Calling. We pray that you enjoy them.

Arthur Lee: Lifestyle Christianity, Parts 1 through 3

 
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Lifestyle Christianity: The first three parts of Arthur's latest series of sermons on overcoming adversity through faith while growing spiritually into harmony with God.

See Arthur Lee's website IdentityStruggle.org

In the Wake of Charlottesville

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In the Wake of Charlottesville, with Mike Delaney of Prothink.org.

Note: After the podcast was recorded I found video which shows that Heather Heyer was apparently thrown over the roof of the car after being struck. I remarked on a photo I had seen, but had not seen the video. Evidence in other videos shows that the entire event is suspicious. The gray Charger had been cruising the area for at least seven minutes before the accident, and the maroon minivan had apparently been parked in the middle of the street near the intersection of 4th & Water for at least 5 minutes, and it's front seats were empty. This is evident in News2Share's video Charlottesville Car Attack: Full Livestream.

In 1789 a group of White and predominantly Christian men of general Northern European extraction left a Constitutional Republic which they themselves had asserted was for “us and our posterity”, according to their own words. This was a concrete position which constituted the very fabric of the fledgling Republic.

In 1866 Congress and the courts began to erode the Republic by ignoring the fact that it was formed exclusively for the posterity of the founders, which is their offspring. This was a political situation, and not everyone appreciated the circumstances. It had opposition then, and it has opposition now. In fact, nine States refused to ratify the 14th Amendment in 1866 and 1867, and State Legislatures in Oregon, Ohio and New Jersey rescinded their initial ratification votes in 1868, so it was far from being universally popular. Likewise, seven States refused to ratify the 15th Amendment in 1869 and 1870. So the passage of the 14th and 15th Amendments was the result of political circumstances. These Amendments do not represent concrete moral truths, but rather they represent the outcome of political circumstances which for one reason or another had led to the prevalence of certain opinions at that particular time, and in spite of the fact that they are contrary to the original Constitution. Political opinions and circumstances are fluid, people cannot be forced to agree with them, and they can change or be changed by the will of the people.

Immigration and the preservation of the original culture of the Christian European founders of this Republic have been political debates ever since the 19th century. But they have never before been characterized as “hate”. The issue of non-White immigration was debated heavily in the 1920’s, and it was never characterized as “hate”. At that time, there was an immigration law which created quotas based on the demographics of the nation as they were recorded in 1890 that had already passed as law in 1921, and which was renewed in 1922. After continued debate, the Immigration Act of 1924 was passed, which was also known as the Johnson-Reed Act. This act retained the ethnic quota system, which was never even questioned when the act was debated, and it completely excluded immigration from Asia, and limited annual immigration to 2% of those nationalities of which the Republic was already comprised. In addition, there was a literacy test which was administered to prospective immigrants, and failure meant that one would be barred from entering the country. According to an article on the United States Department of State website, “In all of its parts, the most basic purpose of the 1924 Immigration Act was to preserve the ideal of U.S. homogeneity.”

Arthur Lee: White Lives Matter to God, Parts 3 & 4

 
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Arthur Lee presents parts 3 and 4 of his series, White Lives Matter to God, Parts 3 & 4

From Arthur's conclusion:

Though it is evident throughout the Scriptures that our Father is a God of wrath and judgment, He is love and abounds in mercy. How could we have ever fully trusted in a god who punishes beyond what is actually due, while making promises he can't keep? Yet if we truly are convinced that this same God took upon flesh and received all that punishment Himself on His children's behalf, we should no longer have any excuse to not go fully after Him in faith, obedience, and love. Only white lives matter to God; every single one of us.

Read more at Identity Struggle.

O Lazarus, Where Art Thou? Part 1, with Pastor Mark Downey

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O Lazarus, Where Art Thou? Part 1, with Pastor Mark Downey of Kinsman Redeemer Ministries.

During a phone conversation which we had the other day, I made the remark to pastor Mark Downey that rather than the children throwing their crumbs to the dogs, today we are in a situation where the dogs are throwing crumbs to the children. When he told me that he had explained that situation very similarly in a recent sermon, well, I had called him to ask if he had anything that he would like to present at Christogenea this weekend, and now here we are this evening with that sermon.

The title of Mark’s sermon is O Lazarus, Where Art Thou? This is not a reference to the Lazarus who was resurrected by Christ, but rather it refers to the impoverished Lazarus of the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus. This Lazarus is indeed one of the children hoping for crumbs to fall from the table of the dogs.

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