PATRIOT LETTER: EASTER — SIEGFRIED VERBEKE — GREAT STUFF FROM “M” — ADELAIDE INSTITUTE — AND MORE

Patriot Letter. Dated 3/25/05.

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[NOTE: I do not necessarily agree with all the things written by Walther F. Mueller; I merely archive this newsletter because it does contain interesting bits worth saving.]

 

Dear Fellow Patriot!

 

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For us Roman-Catholics, the Easter festivities begin
its highlights today. “Gruendonnerstag”, “Karfreitag”,
“Karsamstag”, “Ostersonntag” and “Ostermontag.”

It marks the resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
For many, this might sound pretty complicated. But it
isn’t. With this many “atheists” around cyberspace, I
am pretty sure they wouldn’t understand where I am
coming from.

After Christmas, Easter is the second High Holiday in
many European countries. The traditions of Easter
celebrations are as ancient as some of these
countries. For me, Easter has fond memories. As
children, Easter was in a different way more exciting
than Christmas. Spring was here, the first sunshine,
the beautiful splendor of spring flowers – it all
enhanced our mood.

More and more, the Easter holidays have been ignored
by the mainstream. It is my belief that the Jews hate
Easter more than Christmas. Finally, they had managed
to kill Jesus Christ, only to see him rise on Easter
Sunday. Of course, the Jewish-owned media reflects
this hatred. Barely any coverage.

I enjoy the festivities around Easter, as well as I
enjoy the exciting behavior of children when they look
for Easter eggs. Easter ham, Easter lamb, colored
eggs, and chocolate. These are the traditions I grew
up with. My favorite: “Eierpecken”. Eierpecken means
two people take a hardboiled, colored egg each and hit
them head on. The one whose egg is still in tact wins
the other egg. With a little bit of luck, you’ll end
up with eggs for the rest of the week.

But Easter is also the occasion where farmers ask for
the Lord’s blessing for food and crop. Each family
brings a basket full of produce, bread, meat and eggs,
to be blessed in church.

Of course, the miserable people of the world think we
are crazy that we believe in the Easter Bunny. Just
like they think we are crazy when we believe in Santa
Claus. The possibility that this is all a metaphor
won’t even occur in their boring brain.

The resurrection of Jesus Christ begins a new cycle of
growth and rejuvenation of nature and the human being.
It just does something for your mood when you look out
the window and the sun is shining and the tulips are
blooming. Naturally, with the ever-increasing attacks
against Christianity, Easter has become only a shadow
of what it used to be.

I personally look forward to Easter Sunday,
celebrating by preparing a “Festmahl.”

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Siegfried Verbeke:

[START]

I agree for 100% with you concerning fake and real
national-socialism.
Revisionism needs to avoid every contact with racists
or people who are not intelligent enough to understand
that national-socialism was a peaceful revival of
Germany.
I’m a revisionist, because I want to clean up the lies
about it.

S. Verbeke

[END]

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Adelaide Institute:

http://www.adelaideinstitute.org

[START]

Before deportation, the world media gave no attention
to Ernst Zündel’s plight, except in Canada, where the
Security Certificate had brought about half a dozen
individuals into the detention centres.

Media outlets that reported on this matter simply had
to mention Ernst Zündel’s name – but always
begrudgingly as a kind of footnote –  because Ernst,
too, was caught up in this new law whereby anyone
could be declared a security risk and be deported from
Canada, without any appeal mechanism for the accused.

So, from the day of Ernst Zündel’s arrest at home in
the US, on 5 February 2003, Jewish interests ensured
that the matter received as little public exposure as
possible.

The reason for a media blackout on Ernst Zündel’s
arrest belies the importance attached to Ernst as an
individual who refuses to believe in the ‘Holocaust’.

[END]

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From M:

[START]

Poles Mark Katyn Massacre

By Ela Kasprzycka
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WARSAW, Poland – Poles on Saturday attended a Mass,
sang patriotic songs and laid flowers on a monument to
more than 21,000 military officers and intellectuals
massacred by Soviet agents in Katyn Forest, marking
the day 65 years ago that dictator Josef Stalin
ordered the killings.

Along with the homage at Warsaw’s St. Ann’s Church,
the Katyn Committee, an organization of relatives of
those killed in Katyn Forest in western Russia and at
other sites in 1940, demanded more Russian attention
to the massacre.

A recent Russian investigation failed to produce any
new names of surviving perpetrators among the secret
police force that carried out the killing, largely by
shots to the back of the head, over several nights.

“We are calling on the authorities of the Russian
Federation to reveal the names of those who were
responsible for the genocide in the spring of 1940,”
said Stefan Melak, the head of the group. “We are
calling on Russian authorities to accept this crime as
genocide.”

“Katyn will always remain a symbol of a death sentence
passed on Poland,” he said.

Krystyna Balcer, a 62-year-old retiree whose uncle was
killed in Katyn, remained angry about the massacre and
the Soviet invasion of Poland prior to World War II,
carried out under a secret agreement between Stalin
and Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.

“They betrayed us – they stuck a knife in our backs,”
she said of the Soviets invading Poland from the east
in 1939, 17 days after Germans entered from the west.
The massacre “was unimaginable cruelty, it was
genocide.”

The March 5, 1940, order for the massacre was signed
by Stalin among others. Soviet agents shot 21,768
Polish military officers, intellectuals and priests
who had been taken prisoner during the invasion.

Historians in Poland believe Stalin was seeking to
liquidate Poland’s elite to prevent the rebirth of a
sovereign Polish state.

The massacre is still an irritant to relations between
Poland and Russia. Polish war crimes prosecutors
opened their own investigation into the massacre in
December.

Until the fall of communism in 1989, any mention of
the massacre was forbidden in Poland. The following
year, the Soviet government accepted responsibility
for the murders, but refused to refer to them as a
genocide attempt, calling it a war crime on which the
statute of limitations has passed.

The slaughter became known to the world when 4,100
bodies were discovered by German forces in 1943 after
they overran the area near the Russian city of
Smolensk, and the event was widely broadcast by the
Nazi propaganda machine.

[END]

[START]

Germany Moves to Curb Neo-Nazi Protests

Germany’s lower house of parliament Friday voted by a
large majority to tighten the right of assembly, thus
making it easier in future to ban neo-Nazi
demonstrations at historic landmarks.

After weeks of heated debate, members of Germany’s
ruling government coalition of the Social Democrats
(SPD) and the Greens as well as the conservative
opposition Christian Democrats (CDU) on Friday voted
overwhelmingly in favor of tightening the right of
assembly and making changes to the existing criminal
code.

The clamp-down is designed to curtail far-right
demonstrations and rallies by far-right groups at
historic landmarks such as the former Nazi
concentration camps, Holocaust monuments and other
memorials that remember victims of Nazi terror and
violence.

The topic had been debated for years in Germany, but
took on a new urgency in the past few weeks after
Germany came under increased pressure to rein in its
emboldened right-wing extremists.

Large neo-Nazi demonstrations in Dresden (photo)
during the 60th anniversary of the Allied bombing of
the city last month and further planned far-right
marches at the Brandenburg Gate and the Holocaust
Memorial in Berlin on May 8, the 60th anniversary of
the end of World War II, had turned up the heat on
policy makers.

In addition to sharpening the right of assembly,
Friday’s vote also approved changing the country’s
criminal code to include a passage calling for up to
three years in jail or a fine for glorification of the
Nazis, or justifying or downplaying the atrocities of
the Third Reich.

“To think of right-wing extremist groups demonstrating
in front of memorials for the victims of Nazi crimes,
either endorsing, denying, or playing down these
crimes against humanity, is unbearable,” German
Interior Minister Otto Schily said last month.

The Bundesrat or the upper house of parliament is
expected to ratify the changes within the next week.

A threat to democracy

Most parties on Friday hailed the vote as a boost to
democracy.

“We’ll have a few additional possibilities in the
future to prevent Nazi mischief on our streets and
squares,” said Dieter Wiefelspütz, SPD domestic policy
expert.

“A broad majority of the Bundestag has given the
victims of the Nazi regime a clear signal: Germany
will remain alert even 60 years after Auschwitz,” said
Silke Stokar von Neuforn of the Green party.

However, Germany’s opposition liberal Democrats (FDP)
on Friday, voted against the planned beefing up of the
right of assembly, saying it had doubts whether the
move would work to curb far-right groups.

Max Stadler, domestic policy expert of the FDP, said
that freedom of _expression and assembly were
fundamental to a democracy and that a tightening of
the law was the wrong way to deal with far-right
extremists. Stadler criticized that the Bundestag was
worrying showing itself to be increasingly prepared to
violate basic rights. He added it was probably okay in
a one-off case, but simply went too far on the whole.

Doubts remain over effectiveness

Despite the relief among most mainstream parties at
Friday’s decision, questions still remain over how
effective the proposed sharpening of the law will
prove in limiting neo-Nazi groups. Many politicians
were annoyed that the changes disregarded a CDU demand
to include the Brandenburg Gate in the
demonstration-free zone around the German Reichstag.

Bavarian Interior Minister Günther Beckstein
criticized that the new law was “rushed and in parts
half-hearted,” though it did go in the right
direction. Both Beckstein and German interior minister
Otto Schily said they had doubts whether the spiking
of the law could prevent the yearly neo-Nazi march to
the grave of Rudolf Hess, Hitler’s deputy, in
Wunsiedel.

Others voiced doubts over whether the changes were in
line with the constitution. Wolfgang Bosbach, deputy
head of the CDU parliamentary group, said there was no
guarantee that the new law was in step with the
constitution.

“We can’t guarantee what decision the German
Constitutional Court could possibly come to one day,”
Bosbach said. “We’re only doing what we can to give
the authorities instruments to prevent demonstrations
more easily.”

Earlier, FDP head Guido Westerwelle called the law
“dilettantish” and said that neo-Nazi groups could
easily challenge the curbs on their right to
demonstrate and had “a very good chance of success” at
the Constitutional Court.

Author DW staff (sp)

http://www.dw-world.de © Deutsche Welle

[END]

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Horst Mahler:

[START]

Für Manfred Roeder konnte ein Vollstreckungsaufschub
auf unbestimmte Zeit erwirkt werden. Er braucht also
am Ostermontag nicht in das Gefangenenlager in Fulda
einzurücken. Die Versammlung zu seiner Begleitung ist
daher abgesagt.

Gruß

Horst Mahler

[END]

TRANSLATION:
For Manfred Roeder a postponement of his prison
sentence was produced.
He does not neet to report to the Fulda prison on
Easter Monday. Die rally to escort him is therefore
cancelled.

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Michelle Kunert:

[START]

I thought I bring to attention the Georgia case
of the black convicted sex offender, Brian Nichols who
overpowered the only white female court guard,
murdered three officials there ,  and then held
captive a white woman , Ashely Smith. in her apartment
.As we know, Smith says she read pastor Rick Warren’s,
The Purpose Driven Life, to convince Nichols to give
up. Well my first prediction on this subject
has come true: the pastor-author Rick Warren has been
cashing like crazy in on this tragedy by booking up
television and radio spots to sell his books!  Warren
never minds to give all due respects to Smith, a
recovering drug addict, who has decided  to turn all
the state’s reward money over to the families of
Nichols’ victims. For the T.V-minister club that Rick
Warren belongs to, any news tragedy in which their
name is mentioned is time for more tax-free income to
come their way since the law says they own a “church”
rather than a business.

Another prediction I have is that Nichols will argue
that he should not be executed because he is now a
Christian, and invokes the help of the rich wealthy
white minster who “saved” him to argue his case. I
hope and pray not being how insane America is
nowadays. But anyway, what I’ve mentioned so far would
make a far better controversial movie script about
evangelicals’ religious ethics than anybody in
Hollywood has come up since, “Elmer Gantry”.

Anyway, the problem I have with Rick Warren is that I
participated with a Bible study group that I decided
to take part of the a nationwide campaign to use
Warren’s, Purpose Driven Life, and the leader agreed
to write letters and go before the church’s board of
elders with serious theological problems within it.
The major problem was that Warren does not teach the
sincere repentance of an individual from being a
sinner as the first step to salvation with Christ. For
example Jesus preached in Matthew 3:1-2, and 4:17 ,”
Repent, For the kingdom heaven is at hand.”  Warren
basically defines a Christian as
anyone who prays to Jesus and acknowledges him as a
loving father.
Warren also won’t admit to 2 Tim 4:3-4 and 2Cor7:8-11,
which says and predicts that those claiming to be
Christian will fall prey to their own sinful nature,
and not listen to nor pray for what Christ expects
in them.

-Michelle Kunert

[END]

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Brian:

[START]

I believe that this case is just like all cases
against the kkk.  This boy had nothing to do with
Neo-Nazis , he had simply written a few lines of
commentary on a Nazi site.  But the press got hold of
that info and used it as cannon fodder against nazi
organizations.  Now to my point that this is like all
the cases against the kkk.  It is appearant that
everytime a negorid gets a sneeze of cough the kkk Is
blamed. just as when someone goes on a killing spree
the Nazi organizations are blamed and propagandized
against.  This boy was not a nazi  he had nothing in
common with them , but the propaganda arm of jew
controled media went into action against any white
group at hand.

Brian

[END]

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Joe:

[START]

These West German lawmakers seem to be afflicted with
a kind of ”Stockholm syndrome” whereby they identify
with their conquerers. Another analogy would be how
the ”house niggers” in the ante-bellum South
identified with their masters e.g. ” we’s sick” they
would say when the master caught cold.

joe

[END]

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