35 Burst results for "Adolf Hitler"

Larry Taunton: The WEF's Unspoken Agenda Is Depopulation

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | 4 d ago

Larry Taunton: The WEF's Unspoken Agenda Is Depopulation

"Well, we were talking about Kissinger just a moment ago and really what I want to drive home is this whole idea that at bottom the World Economic Forum. Whatever their videos they put out and the sound very good and they're various feel good, a conferences and these kinds of things. The World Economic Forum at bottom, they're unspoken or let's just say it's not unspoken, but quietly spoken, agenda is depopulation. And this began with the predicament of mankind in 1970 and the fact that Kissinger and 74 is pushing in a classified document, a classified report to the president of the United States, depopulation. And he says, look, we need a global version of Planned Parenthood. And now in this document, he's speaking quite openly because he's not anticipating this is or ever going to be read by people like you and me. But you have this agenda being pushed in a very big way. Now, the Kissinger connection is important because Kissinger was a professor at Harvard's Kennedy school of government. And guess who one of his star pupils was? I was going to guess either Satan or Adolf Hitler and I realized neither of those really would make sense.

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Larry Taunton's Eye-Opening Series About Klaus Schwab

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:00 min | 4 d ago

Larry Taunton's Eye-Opening Series About Klaus Schwab

"Now, you've done this deep dive into Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. And it's really gruesome stuff to me. It's gruesome. And it takes a brave man like you to look into this. For people who know nothing about who this monster Klaus Schwab is, tell us, please. Yeah, the Klaus Schwab in the World Economic Forum. Maybe some of the people who are watching us are listening right now, Eric, I don't know anything about them. They don't know anything about who these people are in it. It all sounds like a Bond villain. In fact, he looks like a Bond villain. He looks like he looks like Ernst blofeld. Schwab does. And what I find very interesting about him, Eric, or at least not directly about him, but what people say about him is all the conspiracy theories that float around the Internet. And what I decided to do was what I or you would do if we were researching any topic for a book or biographically, and that is to see what could be known about Schwab versus what wasn't known about him. So for instance, people seem to focus on was his father and Nazi. And what is he a Rothschild? And all these things that these consumers, all kinds of strange things like this, and instead people were missing the really important things. In other words, if we're talking about a figure like, let's say, Adolf Hitler, there were so many, so many theories about Hitler rather than actually reading mind cough. So what I decided to do was focus on what could be known. And that meant reading Schwab's books, books like COVID-19, the great reset, the great narrative, and seeing what the man himself was saying,

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Joe Madison Highlights the Parallels Between Trump and Hitler

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Joe Madison Highlights the Parallels Between Trump and Hitler

"The way you speak about certain issues, I just, you know, you're so one of a kind. You tweeted black men don't let the media or anyone else use you as a scapegoat vote. You just said get souls to the polls and mobilize because our democracy is on the ballot. I feel like that's been said so much. The people don't understand. It is literally the truth that our democracy is on the ballot, period. That's what this election is about. And who was that Clyburn? We played a clip today. Clyburn, who was a history teacher who was a historian. He said, look, I know that there is a comparison between what Hitler and the Nazis did in the 30s in Germany. There is there are parallels to this history, and he is absolutely 100% correct. Today's brown shirts are the oath keepers. The Proud Boys. And there is no question about it. Because the Brown church did what the black shirts did in Italy. Hitler admired Mussolini and the black shirts. He was a big fan. And then along comes the brown shirts. And what did they do? They beat up people. They went after Jewish people. They went after anybody who wasn't a potential or a Nazi. Yeah. And the set and the sad thing is, and one third, he got elected by just one third because most people didn't take Adolf Hitler and the Nazis seriously. And also, go ahead. Yeah, I'm sorry, Joel. Also, he got away with the coup. And this is what it is so critical that Donald Trump be prosecuted. I mean, people like if you read a history book, Hitler came back. I mean, and do we hear we hear November 14th? Trump's going to declare. To try to presumably stay out of prison. I mean, that's right. And by the way, you know, and I learned this from, again, from your group. I mean, you get some really good lawyers on and I learn and listen. So he can also use that campaign money. He is in that campaign money. Check with an attorney, but I think he's using that campaign. Money to defend himself.

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John Zmirak Is Back From Europe!

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | Last month

John Zmirak Is Back From Europe!

"Talking to Johns mirac he's back from Europe. He claims to have been to Europe, but John, you seem the same. There's a beautiful background behind you. I think that's how I hieronymus Bosch painted, and we're talking about your article at stream dot org. It has the helpful title. Go ahead. Oh, okay. Should Chris, sorry. Should Christians try to think of the best of our enemies motives? Or is that just stupid? Now, if you look at the article, there's a picture with it that kind of almost makes the article unnecessary. It's a picture of Neville Chamberlain and Adolf Hitler and Munich. Neville Chamberlain thought the best strove to think the best of Hitler's motives. He really just wants to protect the sudeten Germans from those nasty mean democratic liberal checks who are presumably persecuting them because Hitler said so. And why would somebody lie about something like that? And Hitler has no further territorial demands in Europe and we're going to achieve peace in our time just by appeasing him by giving him half a loaf and he'll settle for that and the will avoid war. That's one example, one infamous example of thinking the best of your enemy's motives. A current infamous ridiculous example is a House leader Kevin McCarthy, who's saying, we're not going to impeach Joe Biden. We're not going to hold political hearings on our enemies. That's what the Democrats do. We're not going to stoop to their level. Oh, so you're not going to actually protect us. You're not actually going to play the political game by the new rules that are in effect. No, you're going to pretend that this is 1950 when both political parties are pro life pro American and patriotic.

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Is It Safe to Send Your Kids to College in NYC?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Is It Safe to Send Your Kids to College in NYC?

"My daughter is a junior in high school and she has a heart settle and attending the King's College in New York City. My wife believed and I believe she has the qualifications. Weed a tour. We love the school. We have close family friends, though who are saying, don't send her because of what they've seen like when shows like Tucker Carlson. I mean, what's is there to collapse of civilization happening in New York City right now? Is it safe for her to come? What do you think, Eric? So that's the big question. Should people send their children here to New York City for college for two to four years? And I actually see the questions in front of me. The woman says I've listened to every podcast that we've done on this program in 7 years since the very first one with Alice von Hildebrand. So I'll heal your hear your answer if you take this one on the air. Oh my goodness. Yeah. Oh my goodness. That was on Hitler's birthday 7 years ago. We said, how can what can we do on Hitler's birthday? The show starts on April 20th. What do we do? And we said, how about getting the widow of one of the greatest enemies of Adolf Hitler on the program that was Elvis and Hildebrand? Wow. Okay. Well, the answer to that question is, I understand the concerns, but I think if you have wisdom, you don't need to worry about these kinds of things. What I'm saying is if your daughter has wisdom, young people, sometimes lack wisdom, but I honestly think that if you come to New York City, you pretty quickly figure out what's safe, what's not safe. If you're in a college environment, you're not just wandering around. So I think a lot of this stuff is overblown. In other words, I think that you see the worst of everything on the news and you think, you know, I get phone calls from people. And I think what are you talking about? That's not happening a lot. It's so rare, but if anything bad happens, they put it on the news.

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Professor Walter Hooper Recounts a Story About C.S. Lewis

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:19 min | 2 months ago

Professor Walter Hooper Recounts a Story About C.S. Lewis

"When you first came to Oxford, I remember story that you went to maybe it was the bob land. I'm guessing, and you asked for anything by Lewis, but the term you used was Lewis, Louisiana. Can you do you remember that story? I don't think it's exactly as I told it. I may have asked for Louisiana, but I think together we worked it out. I worked so long in the bodleian over 50 years. And I was always working on Louis. So people who worked there called the readers by not by name, but by the name of the person they're researching. So I've called mister C is Lewis when I'm there. And I know a man who is Civil War Robert E. Lee and Hitler. Mister Adolf Hitler. You're kidding. Well, actually, one of the things about Hitler's. Is that the people that I work with have work with for years, these Curtis Brown, agents, literary agents and London. Well, they were Hitler's literary agents. And they have you're not kidding. No, I'm not. Curtis Brown where Hitler's literary agents. Some have they inherited they have the rights to they control the rights to mein kampf. But and all the children's stories that he wrote. Well, I understand that the royalties of mein kampf have been around for 50 years, and they built up quite a lot.

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The Most Quoted Verse of the Holocaust Was Romans 13

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:18 min | 2 months ago

The Most Quoted Verse of the Holocaust Was Romans 13

"Most quoted verse of the Holocaust was Roman's 13. And this is the most important thing that people don't realize. There were thousands of pastors that did nothing during the Holocaust. And I know you're probably exhausted with Nazi reference, too bad, get over it, okay? It happened. In a country where there was a lot of institutional Christianity. Mainline Protestantism was very well established in Nazi Germany. It was not the majority belief majority was agnostic, but it was 30 to 40% of the country. And if you want to really all of a sudden challenge your view of what a political pastor is, go read Eric metaxas book on a bond hoffer. It will challenge your belief to the court of Dietrich bonhoeffer, who did everything he possibly could to try to stop Hitler because he saw what was happening. Of God's chosen people that were being systemically murdered, but the American that the American the German church at the time said we're going to do nothing because it says some Romans 13, we must submit to Adolf Hitler. Most court adverse. Now I'm not saying that's what we're living through now. I'm not making that I'm not saying that, but I am saying that we're definitely on a trajectory of tyranny and the same sort of language as being reintroduced very, very generously. And it's not just there though. By the way, it's country after country that we see where the church agrees to co op itself. Another

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Joe Biden Is Going Full Dictator

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Is Going Full Dictator

"Joe Biden appears to be at least in his rhetoric going full dictator on a complete with the optics of dictatorship and all. Let's start with the image, which I'm sure you've seen, this is Biden kind of holding both his arms up, you know, very much fascist style. You have all kinds of imagery of Mussolini doing this. You have Adolf Hitler, one of Hitler's standard postures was not the two hand but the one handed fist where he'd be kind of putting his fist up here. And so Biden had a almost a blood red background and he had soldiers to marine standing on either side in a kind of creepy nocturnal imagery that was downright chilling downright scary, and even people who aren't all that political like the barstool guy, he's like, hey, I'm watching sports, I'm slipping the channels and I see Biden and he goes, I'm not even gonna talk about the content of his speech. I'm just talking about because the guy looks like Hitler. And then, of course, liberals were like, wait a minute, you know, George Bush posed with the military behind him. It's a completely different. If you look at the two pictures, George Bush is standing there and he's got he's got he's got marines behind him. It's a daytime address and the point is not that having the U.S. Military makes you a dictator. Of course not, aided, but it is the imagery of the fascist imagery of the blood red, the fists, and the military used in such a way that it's essentially a warning to you, warning to the citizens, look what look at the force I've got behind me.

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Dinesh Highlights the Link Between Socialism and Fascism

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:13 min | 3 months ago

Dinesh Highlights the Link Between Socialism and Fascism

"I'm continuing my discussion of fascism as a way of responding to Joe Biden's allegation that patriots and trumpsters and make America great again types are somehow semi fascist. I talked in the last segment about Giovanni gentile, the philosopher of fascism. Gentile was kind of the mentor for Mussolini. And Mussolini says I'm not quoting, I'm quoting by the way from my book, the big lie, which is kind of the authoritative work on the subject worth reading if you haven't read it yet. Quote, it was gentile. This is Mussolini, who prepared the road for those like me who wished to take it. By the way, both Mussolini and gentile come from the far left. They were both prominent socialists and marxists. But now I want to turn to the sort of totemic figure of fascism that perhaps the figure better known than Mussolini, this was, of course, Adolf Hitler. Here's Hitler in 1927 speech. We are socialists. This is worth a pausing on for a second because it is amazing how many people to this day deny that Hitler was a socialist or that Hitler's movement was a socialist movement. It doesn't matter that they call themselves national socialists. The idea that we hear from the left it well, they didn't mean it. They just used the term socialist as if to say this was just a kind of a marketing or labeling technique. But here's Hitler. We are socialists. We are the enemies of ten's capitalist system of exploitation, and we are determined to destroy the system under all conditions. Later, goebbels, the chief propaganda minister for Hitler was asked, when you talk about national socialism, which is more important, the national part, which is nationalism, or the socialism part. And GoPros was very candid. He goes, he goes, the most important part is socialism. Here I'm quoting global goebbels. What has priority and what comes second? First, socialism, and then national liberation.

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John Zmirak Draws Parallels Between Hollywood and Republicans

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

John Zmirak Draws Parallels Between Hollywood and Republicans

"Sounds like Hollywood's relationship to its viewers is the Republican party's relationship to its voters. They find a candidate like Donald Trump who appeals to millions of people and crosses racial lines and class lines. And the elite goes, oh my God, it's disgusting. The people of Walmart like this candidate. Yeah, you must be Adolf Hitler two.

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Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries

AP News Radio

01:26 min | 5 months ago

Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries

"To have Congress's staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist alternatives to lock up Republican nominations on Tuesday in Colorado one of former president Trump's most Ardent supporters representative Lauren boebert won the nomination in the third congressional district while election denied or Tina Peters lost her bid to become the Republican nominee for Secretary of State to Pam Anderson and a Republican who favors some abortion access Joe O'Day won the Senate primary against a far right candidate in Mississippi a member of Congress who voted to overturn the 2020 election but supported a January 6th the investigation won the Republican runoff in the third congressional district representative Michael guest defeated pro Trump challenger Michael Cassidy in Illinois far right state senator Darren Bailey who got a late endorsement from Trump won the Republican nomination for governor he faces democratic incumbent governor JD pritzker representative Mary Miller a 2020 election denier who has spoken admiringly of Adolf Hitler won her Republican primary and reverend Jesse Jackson's son Jonathan won a 17 candidate democratic primary for an open congressional seat in New York Rudy Giuliani's son Andrew a former Trump White House aide lost the Republican primary for governor to representative Lee zeldin He will take on governor Kathy hochul who won her democratic primary I'm Julie Walker

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Miami Hey Charles what's on your mind today How you doing I'm loving this show be looking to you all week Thank you Vladimir Putin threatening any other country right now while he's been wanting to think about Adolf Hitler I think of when hitting the open up a second front and Russia and that was the end of him And I'm thinking if this is if he does something like that his generals would then just let me turn on him But I'm calling because early on in the week he was speaking with someone And you was explaining with a leader with a leader is trying to do is that they challenge him in a way the federal government saying that states before the Civil War has certain rights that they can make these laws and not be so you know under the thermal federal government but my minute is this Anyone who tries that today we had a Civil War And the south the confederacy they lost So they forfeited that right And that's why you know everything I think comes under the federal government And you know this theocracy this whatever these Republicans are trying to create right now but in government And only leads to corruption And only needs to make people think that or they're trying to fool people and picking that you know like the Catholic Church did weigh in the past with Martin Luther that they have the right of God and they can feel and they can you know they could do things with impunity and not be questioned Like even right now with this I don't understand with what Biden and Democrats We need to get federal troops and every polling station especially the ones that we know the racists are And we need to protect people on their right to vote We need to make sure that we have lawyers even if we're for the fundamental government itself They're the very same day that they count these ballots and ask them these you know these elections are called.

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US Spy Chief Warns Putin Is Preparing for 'Prolonged' War in Ukraine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

US Spy Chief Warns Putin Is Preparing for 'Prolonged' War in Ukraine

"News. Vladimir Putin gearing up for a prolonged war and will not stop at the Donbass, according to the telegraph, the Financial Times hits the same note. Vladimir Putin preparing for a prolonged conflict in Ukraine, both of these are based upon statements by the director of national intelligence Avril Haines in the United States. The DNI is Avril Haines. He said we have assessed that Putin's just going to consolidate his gains in the Donbass and then push on. This has prompted his well, the prime minister of Poland to issue a statement, his name is Mauro weki, that Vladimir Putin is quote more dangerous than Adolf Hitler or Joseph Stalin because of his ideology and because of the weapons that he possesses.

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'Defender of the Faith' Author Joseph Pearce Shares His Story

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 7 months ago

'Defender of the Faith' Author Joseph Pearce Shares His Story

"Story. You've been on the program before, but we have many new listeners who, first of all, they're wondering, what is that lovely accent? Where do you live now? What is your story? How did you come to be who you are today, which is to say a writer of many books and a man of deep Christian faith. Well, I mean, I told the story, Eric in a book called race with the devil, my journey from racial hatred to rational love. But in a nutshell, I, as a very young man, there's a 15 year old to be precise, what involved with white supremacist politics. I was very anti Christian, very anti Catholic, and very secular, and sort of worshiped that secular fundamentalism of Adolf Hitler. So it was through the reading, first of all, of writers such as G.K. Chesterton, who as you can see behind me there still looks after me like a guardian angel. It was a reading of Chester Turner bell or C. S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien and some of his great Christian figures that led me away from the darkness and that coupled with a spiritual healing, which I didn't even understand until I could look back in retrospect. This miraculous healing coupled with the reason that I was receiving from these great Christian writers that led me away from the abyss and really my life since my conversion has been one of gratitude for that conversion and a desire if you like to make up for all the bad things I did prior to my conversion by trying to live a good and faithful life and bring other people to the truth of Christ. And where did you

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Joseph Pearce Reflects on the Life of Pope Benedict XVI

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:20 min | 7 months ago

Joseph Pearce Reflects on the Life of Pope Benedict XVI

"Talk to you about the life of Benedict, the 16th. By the way, how old is he today? Now, last week, he celebrated 95th birthday. So he's had a long, long arduous life. That's hard for me to believe that he could be 95, my goodness. Now, so let's talk about his life. Obviously, German, his last name, ratzinger, I assume in your book, you go through his life from the beginning. Yeah, basically that the book is a part of the fee and an overview of the legacy. So it's not a conventional biography or Benedict the 16th, but it does tell the story from the beginning from his childhood where of course he grew up as a child under the tyranny of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. So he knows what totalitarian secularism is. Because he experienced it firsthand. As did of course St. John Paul the second with his experience of communism and the Nazis are both. So these men know the dangers of the absence of God in human affairs because they experienced it firsthand as young men. And

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How Inflation Created the Conditions for the Rise of the Nazis

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:15 min | 7 months ago

How Inflation Created the Conditions for the Rise of the Nazis

"Inflation is not just a monetary issue. I mean, I know you know this. I'm saying this for the benefit of my listeners. When I think of terrible inflation, I think of what brought the Nazis to power. I know a lot about that era, and it was not anti semitism, that brought the Nazis to power. It was, in my opinion, the inflation in the Weimar Republic, the republic that was created after World War I in Germany. So when people think inflation, they should understand the social repercussions of terrible inflation. Have I overstated the case? No, you haven't. And you're right, the German hyperinflation of the early 1920s created the conditions for the rise of Adolf Hitler. You combine that with a great depression and you had this horrible near collapse of civilization in the west. And in terms of inflation's impact, you make a very important point and we do so in this book, which we try to write in a very reader friendly jargon free way. It's not just economics rising prices, but also with undermines what we call social trust.

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Candace Owens Shares Her Perspective on the Russia-Ukraine Situation

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:22 min | 9 months ago

Candace Owens Shares Her Perspective on the Russia-Ukraine Situation

"More Candace. Welcome back to the program. Thanks for having me. How you doing? I'm doing great. So walk us through your perspective on the Russian Ukrainian situation. How should we be thinking about this? It's a really wild perspective to have that people should not be discriminated against. And it's crazy to me that especially following the aggressive two year Black Lives Matter campaign. This is something that even needs to be said considering we just had the entire world marching hands pretending that discriminatory practices is what was plaguing western society. And yet this breaks out this war breaks out between Russia and Ukraine and everybody gets on board. Absent any facts, by the way. The entire western narrative is let's keep people extremely ignorant with propaganda. And just use emotional engineering when it comes to discussing the issues at hand. I mean, to see the press first and foremost reporting that Putin just woke up one day, right? And this is how stupid it's like telling a story to a toddler who woke up one day, didn't take his crazy pills and then decided to bomb Ukraine. Does that even sound like a serious foreign policy perspective in terms of what's going on in the eastern quarter? Of course not. But this is what they're asking Americans to believe. And unfortunately, ignorance is not a defensive strategy. So ignorance is the strategy that Adolf Hitler and his propagandist employed in World War II and they thought they were winning the war until the very end until they realized they weren't wearing the war. And so even if the truth makes you uncomfortable, it's important that it's discussed from a security perspective so that Americans have a realistic idea of how secure we are right now in terms of what's going on in the western corner and the answer in my opinion is not secure at all. We're not secure at all because it has never been the circumstance that America can't get OPEC to pick up the phone. You know, for America to be calling the leader of Venezuela and asking about oil, which by the way is nonsensical, giving the fact that you're saying Putin is a horrible person. If Putin's a horrible person, wouldn't you think that also the leader of Venezuela, they've been starving at citizens locking them in the country. Would also fit under that category. So it's been, it's just been a lot of nonsense and the left is being played with ignorance. And what we've been just trying to inject across the board is just a more sober analysis of what's happening, which of course includes a realistic discussion about

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Can We Compare Vladimir Putin to Hitler?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 9 months ago

Can We Compare Vladimir Putin to Hitler?

"I've got also a number of friends who are pushing back against the Nazi metaphor. What would history have been like if anyone could have stopped Adolf Hitler? And that wise friend of mine says, oh, you know, you can't blame it. You can't compare Putin to Hitler. In fact, it seems there are there's a narrative emerging that Putin's not so bad. Then maybe they had bio labs in Ukraine. And he had a right to go in there. What? That's so baffling to me. I hope you've known me long enough to know that I admit that I know what I don't know. And I don't know why anyone would give Vladimir Putin and he wiggle room on this. These are these are war crimes. These are atrocities and the United States is perhaps justifiably afraid of escalating this siege with Putin. I'm the one who said from day one, we don't want to go to war with Russia. What are we going to do if Putin decides he wants to take Lithuania? What are we going to start? What are we going to do if you start deciding to take over other countries? Now, the pushback is, well, he doesn't want other countries. He just wants Ukraine. Okay, well then let him bomb and murder all the men women and children in Ukraine because that's what he wants. And maybe there's a bio lab somewhere that he thinks I don't even get that. I watched, you know me. I'm a Tucker Carlson disciple. I love the guy. I want my eyes glazed over as he was going on and on about bio labs in Ukraine.

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WHO and WHAT Is Standing in the Way of Peace in Ukraine?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 9 months ago

WHO and WHAT Is Standing in the Way of Peace in Ukraine?

"From newsweek dot com it says Ukrainian nationalist volunteers committing ISIS style war crimes is back from 2014. Cutting heads off and decapitating people. Now NBC News says that Putin is using false Nazi narrative justify Russian attack on Ukraine. Let's put that aside. I'm not here to say if Putin is right or wrong in that particular instance. What I am saying though is that when PBS can't went and went to Ukraine, they interviewed someone from this region, America's public broadcasting service published and promoted an interview with a renowned neo Nazi Ukrainian mayor. Without disclosing its politicians allegiance to World War II German leader Adolf Hitler and Ukraine's own Nazi sympathizer Stepan bandera. This is PBS that aired this. The interview comes just days after PBS published an article downplaying the links between neo Nazi politicians and the Ukrainian current political situation. On Thursday, March 4th, PBS hosted mayor Artem, some of top, and the country's northeast region. I'm reading from national pulse dot com. He says quote, my weapon is American and I feel like our occupiers will be pleased that we are killing them with American weapons. Now, it is not an exaggeration that these are legitimate Nazis. In fact, the PBS interview summit posed with a bandera portrait behind him. Albeit blurred out by PBS and their attempts to obscure their work with Ukrainian neo Nazis. Now we warned against this the very same people that have told us to get involved and support some of these Ukrainian groups are the same people that told us that we had a support the Syrian rebel rebels and the Syrian rebels ended up being friends with ISIS.

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

04:00 min | 9 months ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

"He's gifted the chancellorship at a time where in some ways the Nazi wave has broken. That day, Hitler waits at goebbels Berlin apartment. When goring gets word of Hindenburg's decision, he rushes over to break the news. Hitler, beaming from ear to ear, must still make assurances. He gives some flannel about mutual cooperation. He promises that the next round of elections will definitely be the last. Little did they realize that Hitler means this quite literally. Next morning, January 30th, with no official confirmation, papen sets a deadline. The appointment must be made by 11 a.m.. There are rumors of schleicher raising troops. The whole thing could descend into Civil War. At ten 35 a.m., Hitler and his cabinet joined papen on the short walk to the president's palace. They marched through the gardens in the snow, and has shown up to an office where they wait for Hindenburg to call them in. There's already bickering amongst the uncomfortable new bedfellows. Hitler is already arguing for more power. At last, the great office doors swing open. Hitler and the cabinet ministers enter. Hindenburg neither greets, nor congratulates them. Nor does he personally offer Hitler at the top job. He simply can not bring himself to utter the words. There is a swift swearing in ceremony. Finnish in the style of a shotgun wedding as one commentator puts it. Adolf Hitler one time street vagabond.

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

03:37 min | 9 months ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

07:28 min | 9 months ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

"At his fingertips. Hitler was actually able to dim and raise the lighting, changing the colors, according to mood. What Henderson, sir Neville Henderson the ambassador does. Is observe the stage management of the Nuremberg ran is the lighting effects. What Hitler does is create what I think it's just Henderson's phrase, a cathedral of light. By getting military searchlights from all over Germany and literally aiming them into the sky. What Henderson actually says is look, I was in tsarist Russia as a diplomat. None of it, nothing I ever saw in the great cultural glories of tsarist Russia, remake the rivaled and Nuremberg ranny. And he said that for anyone who's seen a Nuremberg rally, it's like nothing they ever encountered on earth. And it changes them. This episode is brought to you by Verizon. Verizon is going ultra. So your business can too with our best business unlimited plan efforts. Hey, Monica, 5G ultra wideband is now in many more cities. With up to ten times the speed at no extra cost. Hello downloads in no time. With unlimited premium data and unlimited hotspot data, your team gets more done on the go. Right, Paolo? Oh yeah. You go, Paolo. 5G ultra wideband available in select areas. The business unlimited pro two smartphone plan. Speed comparison is medium Verizon four G LTE speeds. Download speeds may vary depending on network and coverage conditions and content optimization for 5G pipe. Despite the superhuman effort, despite pulling out all the stops, Hitler just doesn't have enough to carry the vote. Not this time. On April 10th, the old field marshal sneaks victory in the runoff. Hindenburg once again is president. So ultimately Hitler's gamble didn't work out. So what he now does is he thinks that he really needs to put all his efforts into competing in the parliamentary elections. And so if you can't be president, he needs to become Chancellor. Shortly after the presidential election, there is another kick in the teeth. Chancellor bruning, remember him. Enacts a decree banning the SA and the SS. Hitler's private army is paramilitaries are verboten. Fortunately, string pulling schleicher thinks this is a bad idea. He needs the Nazis in fine Vettel, especially if he's going to piggyback on them to form his own right-wing government. The Nazis are merely little children who need to be led by the hand as he puts it. Hindenburg demands Chancellor bruning's resignation. Schleicher suggests they seek out someone better suited to the task. His choice is Franz von papen. He is another old Prussian landowner, an ex cavalry officer. Someone more in tune with their thinking. In Hindenburg's mind, a gentleman. The last thing papen wants is to be Chancellor. But Hindenburg appeals to the soldier within him. When the father Lang calls, Prussian knows only one response, obedience. Hitler assures that his Nazis will support papen. As long as he lifts this stupid paramilitary ban, which happens swiftly does. It's a bad move. Germany is sucked further into the vortex of political violence. On one night in altona, a suburb of Hamburg, 18 policemen are killed and nearly 300 wounded in a night of shooting and mayhem. Weimar's infamous article 48 is invoked yet again. Emergency rule. This time, it's pappan, who is governing by decree. The suspension of parliament triggers the inevitable. More elections. If there is to be a Nazi rapture, then this is the moment. On Sunday, July the 31st, the poles produced the result that seems inevitable. The Nazis win 13.7 million votes. With over 37% of all ballots cast, they are now the biggest party in the Reichstag. And Hitler can put himself forward, legitimately, to be appointed Chancellor. There are plenty you don't want Hitler to have the job. Even Hermann Göring prefers power by stealth. Advancing in a broad alliance with other nationalist parties. But Hitler is not a man for half throttle. His essay are out in force, there are storm troopers on every street corner. They have members embedded deep within the police force. One false move and Hitler will click his fingers. He has a gun to Germany's head. Though a creature of Munich, Hitler is spending an increasing amount of time in Berlin now. Away from their southern headquarters, the Nazi Party installed itself at the hotel kaiserhof. A de facto Brown House north. Hitler's presence in the capital merely increases the pressure on Hindenburg. But on August 13th, the old field marshal declares that Hitler can have the vice chancellorship at most. Hitler says no. He'd rather be in opposition. He rages at papan for humiliating him. He tells hamstring, driving away from the meeting, I would rather besiege a fortress than be a prisoner of it. Hitler returns to his one true home, his Alpine retreat, the berghof. The only place where he can ever really relax. His fortress of solitude, to hell with the petty mandarins of the capital. Why should he go cap in hand when he holds all the cards? Hitler is head of Germany's biggest political party. The Nazis dominate the Reichstag, plus there's the not insignificant matter of his private army on the streets. Do they not get it? Sure enough, the first emissary arrives. He is a friend of pippins, a businessman in his mid 30s. His name is joachim von Ribbentrop. Ribbentrop will be another to fall under Hitler's spell. He will soon abandon everything to run away with the Nazi circus. Within a few short years, he will become Hitler's foreign minister. For now, however, Riemann Trump tries to smooth things over. Hitler and perp, they got off from the wrong foot. If they could just give it another chance. Up in Berlin, the new Reichstag in session. To demonstrate their suitability for governance, the Nazi deputies are on their best behavior. They are rewarded with the post of president of the Reichstag, roughly equivalent to the speaker. The job is given to one Hermann Göring. He is a man with little sense of parliamentary fair play, and quite often, of reality. We haven't talked much about him and goring of late. In earlier episodes, he'd figured prominently. As a World War I fighter ace,.

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

07:08 min | 9 months ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

"At the belt. Hindenburg is a walking caricature of Prussian militarism. Sword dangling Chester washed with medals. His illustrious military career extends as far back as the Austro Prussian war of 1866. Opposing him is the humble little Corporal. But that's exactly how the Nazis want to play it. They are a party not of the untitled, not even of the country. But of the people. The folk. Where Hindenburg rambles about old Prussian glories, Hitler keeps his message simple. It's about freedom and bread. Goebbels sums it up with another neat slogan. Honor Hindenburg, vote Hitler. There is a fly in the ointment. Remember when Hitler renounced his Austrian citizenship back in 1925. He has been stateless ever since. Not yet, German at all. In fact, he is not legally permitted to run for high office. Fortunately, there's been a bit of chicanery. On February 25th, the minister of the interior of the state of Brunswick appoints Hitler as a special attache. Upon Hitler is conferred the citizenship of Brunswick and with it automatically of the Weimar Republic. Adolf Hitler has spent his whole life fantasizing about this moment. He is Atlas officially a German. As the days count down, Hitler embarks on another massive speaking tour. There are gimmicks deployed, pioneering ones. The Nazis mount loudspeakers on trucks that roll through the streets of Germany, broadcasting the party's message. There are 50,000 gramophone records of Hitler's speeches mailed out. Hitler makes a publicity film that is projected at night in public squares across the country. The first ever party political broadcast. They will soon be a budget people's radio and offer. The Volkswagen finger, the people's receiver, so you can invite uncle Dolph into your parlor. As a brand, the Nazis are becoming something else. They are not just a party, but a movement. Selling a lifestyle and wandered serious merge. There are Nazi buttons, badges, mugs, ashtrays, Hitler posters, and all featuring that trademark logo, the broken arm cross of the swastika, copied with the most supreme of ironies from an ancient Hindu peace symbol. Professor Claudia coons Germany had trading cards that came with chewing gum, tobacco, candy. And the Nazi Party produced albums that people could fill in with color, cards, of the Nazi Party leadership of Hitler's childhood, cards showing Nazi Party doctrine. And so you got the album for free, and every time you bought a particular brand of cigarettes, you would get a trading card. And somewhere more rare than others. And so this was popular and it integrated consumerism with politics. But the host vessel song already bagged as an anthem. Tootsie hamstring comes up with a chant that the faithful can use at rallies. A fan of American football from his time in the U.S. is inspired by the yell that resounded across the bleachers at his old university. It becomes Sieg heil, Sieg heil. The stiff right armed salute goes with it. The length of time one is able to sustain it becomes a mark of one's manhood. It's said that Hitler can keep it up for 7 hours. In this new Nazi universe, no detail is left to chance. The Nazis even have their own typeface, fracture, an ornate gothic script it's used in all official documentation. In an effort to spruce themselves up. A clothes designer is brought in. Enter a man named Hugo boss. Whose fashions are already getting some attention. A Nazi Party member and personal sponsor of the SS. Hugo boss works wonders with his favorite units uniform. He has his seamstresses knock up a tight fitting all black ensemble of tunic, jodhpurs, and jackboots. One that promotes an upright posture. Incorporated into the design is an old Prussian regimental badge. A skull emblazoned on the cap. Throw in the lightning bolt motif, the figure hugging leathers, and this is racy stuff. Only one whip away from S&M professor Nicholas have shown us what you have is consistency and control across the brand signifiers. Everything from uniforms to typeface to symbols to rituals. There is an extraordinary degree of coherence and coordination. The interesting question is why. It's partially answered by Hitler himself. See a parent is spent hours in Munich public library, digging up symbols and sites to use. He paid huge attention to a matters of symbolism. And this was what he was all about. None of its original, not the fascist salute the seek high or anything else. But there is a consistent coordination, a house style, and in particular we mentioned Hugo boss. They really did understand male vanity. There's a photograph of major general fortune syringing the Scottish division to Erwin Rommel. In 1940, in France, and the contrast couldn't be more great. General fortune is wearing a kind of baggy boiler suit. And Rommel is dressed to the 9s in tight fitting well tailored. Field gray uniform with the on cross, standing seductively over his chest. And absolutely screaming supremacy and hubris with the booths and all of it. They cost him the nation. Nazism is very male thing, and they really get it at so many levels, which other regimes just dead. It's a visual feast. It really leaves the brain reading. And that is the whole point to a neutralized consciousness. That is what they achieved. The Nazis have thought of everything. There are plans in place for a utilitarian Nazi vehicle, a people's car, the Volkswagen its prototype, nicknamed the beetle due to its bug like shape. Will be.

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02:59 min | 9 months ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

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07:55 min | 9 months ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

"The head of the party from a noble family is quite at home in the surroundings. Though he's not averse to roughing it. He's seen action as an imperial cavalryman, a war reporter, and later, as an infantryman in the trenches of the western front. Back home in Britain, he has since sought a career as a member of parliament. Though he is somewhat out in the cold. He likes to busy himself with his pet projects, he paints, he writes. He's an historian. He's also partial to a brand new cigar. Over the summer, Winston Churchill has been touring the battlefields of Europe. Researching his ancestor, the first duke of Marlborough. In 1704, the English general scored a tremendous military victory, not far from here at the battle of blenheim. As Churchill's party take their seats, they're joined by another man. He is a tall, chivalrous Bavarian. Impeccably mannered, who speaks flawless English with an American accent. Danced Hampshire. Known to all has puti. Pam strangle, a member of the Nazi Party, has been keen to introduce Churchill to his boss. His Führer, one Adolf Hitler. He feels it most important that the two men meet. He has a sense that Churchill is not yet a spent force. He has arranged for the Nazi leader to join them after dinner for coffee. As the evening wears on, hamstring eyes is watch. Conscious of Hitler's slack timekeeping, he excuses himself and hurries to fetch him. As apartment is close by. He is shocked, however, to find his fewer quite unready. Hitler is unkempt. He has on a filthy old jacket. He's unshaven. He clearly has no intention of going. Hamstrung protests, please. Don't embarrass him. Hitler will appear rude if he doesn't show up. But Adolf Hitler has no regard for Winston Churchill. What on earth would I talk to him about? He shrugs. He is in opposition and no one pays any attention to him. Replies. People say the same about you. In Munich, as it turns out, Churchill has been overheard making blunt comments about Nazi anti semitism. Indeed, over dinner, hamstring has skillfully battered the subject away. Hitler is in no mood for public spac. Thus, Hitler lost his only chance at meeting me, Churchill recorded in his diary. Later on, when he was all powerful, I was to receive several invitations from him. But by then, a lot had happened. From neuser, this is real dictators. Following the death of gilli Rao. Adolf Hitler throws himself into his work. The avoidance of scandal over his niece's suicide, as enabled him to pick up where he left off. The stunning election results in 1930 have made the Nazis the second biggest party in the Reichstag in the ongoing electoral merry go round. Does every chance the Nazis can build on their success. This is no time to ease off, nose Hitler. They must keep up the pressure, sustain the momentum. There are those in hindsight who will say that millions were duped by Hitler. The bigger fools right now are those who think they can manipulate him. Use him to their own ends. Perhaps even tame him. Enter general Kurt von schleicher, chief among those who believe they can play the Nazi leader. Schleicher comes from noble stock. He fancies himself. Every morning for all to see, he takes his horse for a turn around the tear garden, Berlin's famous park. He is, as far as he's concerned, very important. His self belief comes from the fact that he is embedded himself deeply into the corridors of power. He is the man who has president Hindenburg's ear. Schleicher has in effect become Hindenburg's unofficial adviser, a puppet master. The more senile Hindenburg becomes, and he's pushing 85. The more schleicher cements his position as the power behind the throne. Schleicher has a similar dream to the Nazis. That of a right wing nationalist dictatorship. Only with himself in charge, not Hitler. Adolf Hitler, he determines, will be his useful idiot. Someone on whose shoulders he can climb. On October 14th, 1931, schleicher invites Hitler to Berlin for an audience with his president. To flash some real power in front of him to put him in his place. The towering 6 foot 6 inch Hindenburg, with his huge belly and booming voice, is still an intimidating physical specimen. Hitler is no shrinking violet, but even he has taken aback. As ever though Hitler rebounds, he barks over Hindenburg with a tedious monologue about Nazi ambitions. German honor and all the usual injustices. For one used to giving orders, the insubordination merely irritates the old field marshal. In private, Hindenburg dismisses Hitler as the bohemian Corporal. And he tells him to his face, the best Hitler can ever hope for in politics, is to head up the postal department. Hitler never forgets. And he certainly never forgives. To the man on the street, dealings in faraway meeting rooms are of little consequence. With The Great Depression biting, and unemployment at 40%. Putting bread on the table is the only thing that counts. Professor Thomas Weber Germany can no longer deal with all these fragmentations and tensions and disagreements within its system. There is suddenly a new stage for people on the radical right and on the radical left who promise to find a totally different answer who's just saying, do we need a totally new Germany? Strategically, Hitler makes a clever move. From now on, he will conduct himself as if he is already leader of the nation. In the way he acts, the way he talks, he is the Führer, and don't you forget it. If people start to regard him, as such, then he is only one step away from it in actuality. On New Year's Day, 1932, Hitler holds a press conference in Munich, in which he actually declares that God is on his side. Which, if true, is one hell of a coup by his PR people. Back in Berlin, Hindenburg is not thought things through. When dressing down his bohemian Corporal, he had neglected the fact that just around the corner loomed the presidential elections. His 7 year term is almost up. There are abundant reasons why Hindenburg shouldn't run again. Not least, because he will be 92 in the next stint ends. But the gruff old duffer will brook no dissent. He is standing, he bellows, and that's that. Oh, and that Hitler fellow,.

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

06:06 min | 10 months ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

"This episode is brought to you by third love, with or without Valentine's Day, it's important to celebrate all the special people in your life, including yourself, so treat them and yourself to a little something from third love. Their luxurious bras underwear and ultrasoft sleepwear hug better, support longer and love you right back, which make them perfect to show your appreciation and for a little me time upgrade to pieces that love your body as much as you do. And right now get 20% off your first order at third love dot com slash pod. It's February 24th, 1924. A courtroom is a makeshift one, set up in the infantry training school and Munich's buchenberg stressor. But various currently in a state of emergency. People's courts like this, adjudicated by magistrates have replaced the process of trial by jury. Released from their holding cells, the prisoners enter the dock. The selected poach ringleaders, including Hammond krieble, Ernst Rome, general ludendorff, and of course, Adolf Hitler. As they shuffle in they absorb their surroundings. The place is packed out. The public gallery crammed, the press benches overflowing. It immediately apparent that this trial is captured not just the various, but Germany's imagination. Maybe even the worlds there are foreign reporters here too. There have been Hitler learns vigils and protests held in his honor. All rise as the judge and three lay justices enter. They take their places at the bench. The witnesses are summoned. They are gustave Ritter von Carr, the Bavarian state commissar, alongside general van Los and colonel von seisa. These three men had constituted the various ruling triumph. The triumph were at abducted in the beer hall by Hitler. As the charge of high treason is red, as witness testimony is recounted. It only underscores the magnitude of mounting any kind of defense. Hitler has been caught bank to rights. And yet, yet, there are already hints that may be just maybe things might swing Hitler's way. That he has friends in high places, sympathizers, ones who have influence within a judiciary. Take the venue. A trial for treason should in theory be heard in the city of Leipzig, where the Supreme Court of Germany sits. But its removal to here, deep in the Nazi heartland, means Hitler would be playing to a home crowd. The status of political prisoner referred Hitler good presentation, too. He appears well fed, healthy. He's dressed in a smart, dark blue suit. His iron cross is pinned on for all to see. He looks not like a jailbird, not like a deranged revolutionary, but someone quite honorable. Respectable. And there's another bizarre decision. The councils of both sides have agreed not to refer to the central events of the Munich pooch. All that nastiness and killing, it will not form any part of the debate. This makes no legal sense. Could it be the judges a Nazi sympathizer too? It turns out judge guild neidhart and Hitler are not strangers. When Hitler was convicted on a previous charge of political violence three years earlier, it was neidhart, who presided. Hitler received a lenient one month in jail. There's a strong argument that neidhart shouldn't be here in the case at all. He's even on record as calling the Munich puch a national deed. That said, for Hitler, this is still his toughest gig yet. As Hitler is facing trial, he knows that he has committed a capital of fans potentially capital offense. He has committed high treason in the worst case that could mean that he would be punished that in the best case he initially probably thinks this would entail a very long prison sentence. It only dawns upon him after quite some time that that is not necessarily what the judges want to do. This really should have taken place in Leipzig and there he would have almost certainly received a very severe punishment. But the Bavarian authorities really want to avoid this from happening because of course the had prior knowledge was going on some of them had plans for purchase of their own. And they have no interest whatsoever of those plans to be revealed in Leipzig. This is really why they then kind of find a way, find a trick, find a kind of constitutional threat to conduct the trial in Bavaria. So once the trial starts, Hitler knows that things are probably not going to be quite as bad as he had initially feared that there would be an actuality the Munich put was not that original. It had been a copycat of a right-wing coup attempt in Berlin in 1920, the cap push. The tactic of the defendants at that trial had been to enter pleas of innocence. Protestations that they were simply following orders. Hitler has no time for such craven shenanigans. Not only was he responsible for the Munich puch, he will declare he is bloody well proud of it. Emboldened by a sense that the dice just might be loaded in his favor. He goes for broke. He will not merely refute the charge of treason. He will contest the very legitimacy of the system that is brought him here. To the court, he proclaims, I can not declare myself guilty. True, I confess to the deed, but.

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Real Dictators

06:27 min | 10 months ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

"Of the door to his faith. The small town of landsburg on the lech river is about an hour west of Munich. The prison there is new. Built in an Art Nouveau style, however, it blends tastefully with the Bavarian surroundings. It looks more like an old country estate than a freshly constructed repository for 800 criminals. Landsberg fortress, as it's known, as a special wing for political prisoners. They're kept separately from the general inmates. There are certain perks, no uniforms, no work programs. No exercise restrictions. Decent food. Prisoner 45 Adolf Hitler is given cell number 7 on an upper floor. His new quarters are reasonably comfortable. Better than some of the digs he's inhabited in Munich. It's a big room with an iron bedstead, a writing desk, a wicker chair, double windows, albeit barred, that look out across the treetops. Not that Hitler's got much time for the comforts at present. First, there's that shoulder disorder. Turns out that it's broken, as well as dislocated. The prison medics soon fix him up. More importantly, there's a protest to continue. Everything for the cause. After his rather clumsy suicide threat, this time, Hitler goes on hunger strike. He still thinks again the all is lost. He's in a state of depression. He doesn't want to eat. He again seems to be suicidal. Nothing seems to be going his way. So it really takes a while before he even kind of manages to kind of move on. He survives for nearly two weeks without food, till Anton drexler is old political sponsor now banged up in landsberg too, talks him out of it. The arrival of letters from the fragrant of unattainable helina also gives Hitler something to live for. Soon Hitler's eating heartily again. It's the Christmas season after all. For a man who was once living in flophouses, even sleeping on park benches, he's faring rather well. Piling on the pounds, shoulder healing. Hitler is past fits medically to stand trial. A court date is set for February. Though some of his comrades are being held elsewhere, most of the Nazi top brass are now also in resident at chateau landsburg. On his floor, Hitler has immediate neighbors in ham and Krieger and doctor Friedrich Weber. Krieble a retired colonel was part of the armistice delegation in 1919. His parting remark to the allied negotiators had been rather presciently as it will turn out. See you again in 20 years. Felix Weber, meanwhile, is a Nazi vet. An actual one, an animal doctor. Downstairs at drexler, eckardt, max Amman, get those old company sergeant, now the Nazi Party's publisher, Emil Maurice, Hitler's rough hewn miner and dogs body, plus Julius striker, a propagandist, whose frothing antisemitism exceeds even Hitler's. They will soon be joined by a dutiful party functionary. Rudolf Hess. Dietrich eckart, Hitler's ailing mentor, the one who house trained in politically does not last long inside. The exertions of the put should have pretty much finished him off. Body ravaged by alcoholism and morphine addiction. He's released on compassionate grounds and will die on boxing day. As for ludendorff, no one dares incarcerate the dear old general. He remains under house arrest while the authorities figure out how to handle that rather delicate situation. There is another absence max on scholar Richter. He is the most notable casualty of the 16 Nazis killed in odeons plants. The one who died pulling Hitler out of harm's way. His widow Matilda visits Hitler nonetheless. She is the first of many women beguiled by the overwrought little Austrian. She assures him that he still has her support. Her husband's death wasn't his fault. He mustn't give up. And so they sit there, this ragtag bunch of failed revolutionaries. These impression national socialists. Men who not long before had fancied themselves the stewards of a brand new Germany, a brand new Reich. And then comes the daily airing of grievances. Against the communists, against the accursed Treaty of Versailles and especially against the Jews. They are the last desperate outpourings. For Hitler, for the Nazis, it's the end. Or at least it would seem to be. So how did it come to this how did we get here? When we were last in Hitler's company in this show, we had charted his rise from sullen schoolboy to struggling the anti artist to Munich street agitator. In 1914, like millions of young men all over Europe. Hitler had been swept up in a patriotic frenzy. With the drums beating, he'd rush to enlist. To serve his country in the war to end all wars. In this case, Germany. There is a slight problem here. For Hitler is not nor ever has been a German citizen. Though in the mass recruitment drive, no one seemed to bothered. Hitler served on the western front. He spent most of the conflict running messages to and from the trenches. Hitler would go on to depict himself as having been a valiant hero at the front. In fact, his comrades scorned him for being an Tapping shine. A rear Echelon pig. Not a hardened frontline soldier. That's not to say Hitler was a coward. Records show he suffered a shrapnel wound to the thigh at the battle of the psalm..

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Real Dictators

06:03 min | 10 months ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

"In the bitter mountain cold, stumbling through the trees in the dark, its tough going, especially for the wounded Hitler. After several hours the party descends toward the Hamlet of hoofing. As dawn breaks, they watch smoke waft lazily from the chimneys. The picture book Bavarian village seems tranquil, inviting. But they are marked men. In daylight it's too risky. So they hide out for the rest of the day, frozen, exhausted, hungry, till the sun starts to set. Only then, at around 4 p.m. to their approach the villa, a stone, chalet style building, near the village church. Puzzle hamstring a wealthy Nazi businessman had been with Hitler during the uprising. He is currently fleeing too on his way to Salzburg. But Hitler knows that he leaner is American born wife was dispatched here to their weekend retreat out of harm's way. A housemaid answers the door. She calls her mistress. The concerned helina house dangle takes them in. Doctor schutz and Helena helped Hitler to a first floor bedroom. His arm is now so swollen that it's going to be impossible to pop back into its socket. Frankl, after warming up and grabbing some food, returns to Munich to seek out allies. To plot another escape route, he's inconspicuous enough. And then come the questions. What the hell happened? In the scheme of things, the events of the past few hours are not wildly out of place in modern Germany. Amidst the upheaval of the Weimar Republic, the system of governance instituted in the wake of the First World War. Political murders and pitched battles have become a regular occurrence. This is the era of bloody clashes between communists and fascists. Multiple states, including Bavaria, have experienced or are experiencing revolutions. Germany teaches on the brink of Civil War. Doctor Chris Dylan is senior lecturer in modern German history at King's College London. There was always the prospect of street violence, a particularly tense moment in the extremely busy fire mar electoral cycle. So if a group of Nazi paramilitaries encountered by chance or design, a group of leftist paramilitaries, violence was very likely. Sometimes Nazis would seek out violence by raiding taverns that were known to be used by communists. Large events and parades also should a good chance of flashing out activists from the other side, unless the police could prevent it and the police are engaged in a game of whack a mole in this respect. This was a basically a politics of hooliganism. He who controls the streets can also control the masses. Eschewing the democratic tradition. Speeches and debates in southern Germany especially are conducted before the baying crowds that throng the region's vast beer holes. On Friday night, at Munich's cavernous burger boy Keller, the Bavarian state commissar was addressing just such a meeting. Until Hitler audaciously burst in and hijacked it. Firing his pistol into the ceiling. He was staging a coup, he announced. Non colloquially as a putch. The Bavarian leader and his deputies were now under his command. His stormtroopers were occupying strategic points across the city. Hitler was seizing Bavaria by force. It was the start of a Nazi revolution. Inspired by the Italian fascist Mussolini, who'd led a mass march on Rome. Hitler had then intended to lead his loyalists north to the capital, Berlin. The harebrained scheme had been given credibility by the presence of a national military hero. General Erich ludendorff. A talismanic figure ludendorff had been towards the end of the war, the old Kaiser's right hand man. The generals endorsement of Hitler had raised the enticing possibility that the army or units of it might even swing over to their side. Or at least refuse to shoot at them. But the Munich puts ended in farce. Thomas Weber is Professor of history and international affairs at the university of Aberdeen. They assemble the march through the city center. I think half driven by hope that they can still change things. That somehow, if they march through central Munich, people end up to units will join them. But I think also half driven by a realization that they have lost the perch, but at least that they want to go down in flames. They walk north towards the former royal palace and just as they reach the square police start shooting on them in the main square. The insurgents were gunned down. It was a shambles. There is insult to add to Hitler's injury. That dislocated shoulder is far from heroic. It happened when someone pulled him to the ground out of harm's way. Someone who copped the bullet with Hitler's name on it. Hitler's spin doctors were later going into overdrive. Alleging with melodramatic license that Hitler was crocked while saving a baby. But the uncomfortable facts speak otherwise..

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

05:12 min | 10 months ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

"In season two, a real dictator. It's November 9th, 1923. A cold, crisp evening in the southern German city of Munich. Flurries of snow swirl in the air. A young man staggers through the cobbled back streets, panting hard, right hand clutching his injured left shoulder. Behind him, cracks of gunfire ring out. There's been a vicious street battle. It's now entered its death throes. At its crescendo under a hail of bullets, he managed to make his escape. He's lucky to be alive, and he knows it. Over the afternoon, a mob of armed thugs, around 3000 of them clashed with the Bavarian state police, and local army units. Those thugs are this man's devoted followers. The sturm of Thailand the SA brown shirts as everybody calls them. Due to their distinctive tan uniforms. They are the paramilitary wing of his political organization. The national socialist German Workers Party. Nazis for short. Together they've attempted to stage a revolution to prompt the overthrow of the German government. And it's failed. What this man has committed is an act of treason. A capital offense. He's running not just for safety. He's running for his life. His name is Hitler. Adolf Hitler. There are two men with Hitler. Walter schutz, a tall young doctor. The SA's chief medical officer. And an old first aid orderly named Franco. They usher Hitler to a street corner where car waits. His gray open top silver 6 20. A rather clunky vehicle. Its motor is idling, driver at the ready. The doctor eases Hitler onto the back seat while frankl climbs in up front. The driver hits the accelerator in the car hairs through the maze of medieval byways. With sporadic gunfire still and roadblocks on the bridges, they're forced to make evasive maneuvers. Soon the getaway vehicle is winding onto the highway south, heading out of the city toward the Alps. Hitler has been quiet till now. But grimacing with pain, he informs Schultz of what they all fear. He has been shot. Schultz does his best to examine Hitler. In the dark, in a moving vehicle it's impossible. If they keep going for another 40 miles, they can get across the border into Austria. They can tend to him there. But now, another problem. The car, it's breaking down. They pull off the main road and lurch to a halt on a country track. While the driver gets out and prods under the bonnet, Schultz slays his healing hands on Hitler. He removes his leather coat his tie and pulls open his shirt. There's good news and bad news. Hitler hasn't been shot. He's dislocated his shoulder. It's something that can be fixed. I'm not here. The bad news is the car. The driver wipes oily hands and shakes his head. Hitler has a moment of inspiration. He growls out new instructions. There are a few miles from a Lake, the shuffle day. On it lies the village of Friends, a wealthy family. The hamstrings they have a villa. If they jump across the mountains through the forest, they can hole up there. The car isn't giveaway anyway. Better that they hide it and get off the beaten path. The driver stays. He'll take care of the vehicle. The others help Hitler up. He assures that he can make it. He's a single minded man, but a curious one is Adolf Hitler, determined, angry, embittered, humorless, puritanical. Largely friendless, the hamstring was being a rare exception. As an Austrian in Germany, he's also something of an outsider. At 34 years of age, he has no real home, no family, no sweetheart, no career. He rarely drinks, he doesn't smoke. He's socially awkward. As a revolutionary, he's also demonstrably inept. Yet. In just over 9 years time this dua foreigner, this wounded fugitive, this criminal will defy the odds to become not only the leader of Germany. But one of the most evil, murderous men in the history of our planet. This is Hitler's rise to power..

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

06:59 min | 11 months ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on WCPT 820

"So he was immediately suspect of neo Nazi sympathies because it was one of Adolf Hitler and rob and Henry Ford's favorite books So you know there are people out there who have sympathies So the officer who took them on this illegal tour was probably a fan Yeah And we need to know that We need to know who was there When they were there how you were escorting these people Why that officer wasn't wearing a mask for example And I'm sure they know that She wasn't She was an elected member but she wasn't a member She wouldn't be sworn in for another month Or another few weeks So why There are other reports And I had put these out on 7 January of people coming into the capitol and the House office buildings who were not authorized to be there and had you some form of dissimulation to get inside and were supposedly there for other reasons These are things that the January 6th commission or select committee will really have to go into I want to warn you though For all of you people who are sitting there going we're going to arrest Lauren bobert and give her a criminal record Well she already has been arrested before and she has a criminal record These are not necessarily the people I would focus on in an investigation It is the staffers who work for them because I want you to give this a minute thought Imagine what kind of staffers work for Lauren boebert and justify everything that she does Or Marjorie Taylor Greene You're going to have to be just as Ed up crazy as they are for you to keep working in that office and to handle legislations and procedures right You know there's not going to be any hidden hidden liberals or people with alternative lifestyles working on their staff because these people are hard core Trump people On January 6th we now know there were staffers on the top of the capitol doing live stream videos and reporting information about the capitol Lauren bobert herself said where Nancy Pelosi was live That may have been inadvertent but was she trying to actually identify her for what I called on January the night of January 6th murder cells which is a terrorist counter terrorism term for people who are tasked out to kill hunt and kill people I don't know but it needs to be investigated Well and Malcolm we haven't talked to you since this whole the DoJ memos the whole obviously We don't even have to be an expert like you to go like this was all planned and financed in all these moves at The Pentagon you and I talked about like what the F is he doing Well here we are right He's actually calling the Justice Department saying you know just say it was corrupt Leave it to me in the Republican congressman Some of whom looks like he names later in the call I mean this was an organized coup Okay I don't know what venue I'm hoping the DoJ in addition to this January 6th commission are getting to the top of this Not the bottom the top You know there was an interesting thread in Mueller she wrote Twitter feed today which I thought actually did some good analysis of the legal moves of the Justice Department which indicated all these tiny tiny tiny little activities which indicated that they are looking at a greater broader conspiracy starting off with the fact that the president did have the Justice Department was demanding the Justice Department get involved to go out and try to smear the entire election process That guy that who is the deputy at the Department of Justice who apparently was Trump's go to hitman Clark who is writing these memos saying that Justice Department is looking for irregularities and is going to launch an investigation into irregularities Somebody wrote it on paper He was overruled but wrote tried to write it on paper I mean Malcolm as you said this wasn't a random date January 6th is only a small part of this larger coup plan which involved the date they were going to certify the vote It wasn't too disrupt certifying the vote So Donald Trump could say oh there was fraud and we'll throw it to the states and yada yada right Yes And that's exactly right That's what I'm saying There was a lot broader conspiracy than we know And I'm satisfied to let the Justice Department tear down the walls for all of these people's ability to hide You know by going out and saying to congressman and by extension Donald Trump that no one can hide behind their official job duties to say they can not be bought before a court and on subpoena and discuss these things There is no longer executive privilege on this extraordinary event to overthrow American democracy We have to allow a lot of that to take place But you know where I'm more interested in is what I call and I've said this before about the Trump Russia scandal There is always one piece of data that is missing And in the intelligence community we call it the bridge The bridge between X conspiracy or X activity we've identified and X activity that we've identified that will lead to a conspiracy And Trump did a good job of covering up with Roger Stone and you know Bill Barr just eliminating the ability for us to see the bridge and Mueller by using legalese and letting people infer what the bridge is and not even investigate his ties to Moscow which is the real bridge right Where the money is Yeah In this particular instance it's the people like Stuart roads the head of the oath keepers enriqueta area the head of the Proud Boys These people had a command and control cell on Capitol Hill They had been around Roger Stone all day The Proud Boys were his personal bodyguards Him and the oath keepers the Proud Boys had been his bodyguards for years I mean someone had to make a story and arc that led from all of these people going to the capitol right To how they were in how they were infused and motivated to go to the capitol during Donald Trump's speech There was far too much coordination Well everyone shows up with body armor Everyone shows up with helmets Everyone shows up with sticks and riot gear Why And mace He's the number one thing we look for at intelligence Common sense dictates that these people were informed that they should be ready to do.

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on Weird AF News

Weird AF News

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Weird AF News

"News. Podcast recorded in a closet. Oh baby. I'm sweating sweating for you. Pizza is a healthy breakfast option. According to a nutritionist. That's a professional saying that. It's okay to have a slice of pizza in the morning. Not bad i've been waiting to hear this my entire life. Thanks for getting on the case science. I appreciate that the article says oh it's eight. Am oh you just got up. You're hungry no worries. Go ahead and grab that extra cheese slice for breakfast. You know the one. That's been sitting in that box in the fridge since two nights ago when you had it for dinner now. You know what you're supposed to do. I do this all the time. I tell myself. You know what. I'm gonna bake it because that's the healthier option rather than microwave it. I'm going to be patient. i'm going to. Preheat the oven for twenty five minutes and then big. No no don't do it. I can't wait. I can't wait for the oven. Preheat and baked slice of pizza. No i throw it in the microwave like an animal. I know what i'm doing is wrong for my body. But i do it anyways. I'm being disgusting. I'm having pizza for breakfast. Apparently it's not that disgusting. According to professionals they say that it's actually healthier than breakfast cereal. Yes this is. According to new york-based nutritionist chelsea. Amer she told the daily meal that many breakfast cereals have a very high sugar content and not very much protein ultimately leading to a sugar crash before lunchtime. Here's a quote from here. You may be surprised to find out that an average slice of pizza and a bowl of cereal with whole milk contained. Nearly the same amount of calories however pizza packs a much larger protein punch which will keep you full and boost satiated. Say sheedy. How do i say. This word stays stations something throughout the morning. Of course it's a stretch to call pizza a healthy breakfast. But i can honestly say it's probably healthier than a bowl of cereal and i don't think it's a big stretch to say that so i'm not surprised at all. You mean a slice of pizzas healthier than a bowl of sugar. Is that what. You're telling me chelsea chelsea i could eat a bowl of goose poop and that would be healthier than a bowl of lucky charms in the morning. You're not really putting your neck on the line. By saying this as a nutritionist. There is a lot that's healthier than a bowl of cereal. It's just it's just the whole pilots. Sugarman it's horrible for you horrible man. Turkey jerky a bowl of turkey jerky is healthier than a bowl of cereal in the morning. There's a lot i would venture to say. A bag of meth is healthier than a bowl of captain crunch in the morning. I'm going to say because at least you don't get that crash with the meth. You get the sugar crash. Earmuffs children near most. Hey hey hey hey. Hey hey disclosure. We're day of news nor jones e. condones method for breakfast. However if you're if you're caught between meth and a bowl of lucky charms. I think nutritionists are still arguing about the merits of each. This girl chelsea. Who's getting paid for doing nothing. Apparently she adds that a slice of pizza. Won't give you quote a quick sugar crash. You're more likely to get that with a heaping bowl of reese's puffs. Yeah or what's what's the one with the cookies. It's just like a bowl of small chocolate chip cookies. Like i mean. When i was a kid man no one knew any better. At least my parents didn't they. Were just like what are you eating captain crunch well. How many days that. I eat captain crunch for breakfast. What did that. What was i doing to my kidneys. It says you're so once again. Pizza isn't your most nutritious option. But when compared to frosted flakes. It's a more balanced meal. Here's another quote from chelsea. Who's getting paid. I'd imagine a lot of money to just be an idiot. A decisive pizza contains more fat and much less sugar than most cold cereals. So you would not experience a quick sugar crash. Enjoy that morning slice while chelsea. Thanks a lot. What other genius ideas are going to come up with. I'd love to hear it. Hey guys it's chelsea here. I just wanted you to know that. Eating carrots and hamas is much healthier than eating a gallon of lard. Just want to let you know. I've gone to school for this. I have a degree in nutrition and so so say no to that tub lard and say yes to some hamath today. Man has been arrested on suspicion of stealing more than seven hundred pieces of women's underwear. This took place in japan. Police officers in the southern japanese city of beppu have accused a man of stealing seven hundred and thirty pieces of women's underwear from coin. Laundromats i'm looking at a photo of the evidence. It looks like the police department has laid out all seven hundred and thirty pieces of women's underwear on the floor of a. I don't know a dojo. Oh what is this a an empty high school gymnasium that they have laid out google. This look at all the underway. They just laid it out on the floor like this evidence exhibit a. We've laid out all seven hundred and thirty pieces. You have just laid out seven and we would have got the point all right. Let's get some information here. Authorities where i alerted by an unnamed twenty one year old female college student. Who accused this guy. Tetsuro your rata h fifty-six of stealing six pairs of underwear from her at a laundryman on august twenty fourth. The police then showed up on harada's doorstep that week they found seven hundred and thirty pieces of underwear stashed inside his apartment. You're outta has been arrested in admitted to the authorities that he stole all this underwear that was found in his possession as you should. You should just admit it. In the united states know it admits this stuff. You could find two thousand pieces of underwear in someone's backpack and they now. It's not my backpack. No sir you are wearing the backpack and we've found several other backpacks filled with underwear at your residents. Nope not mine. And then we'd spend a lot of community resources than processing this individual because my country does it in a very strange way. I love how though in other places they just go. Okay yeah you caught me all right. I admit it i'm guilty. Because how can you deny it at this point seven hundred bears and your closet bro under your bed brow. You're going to deny it. I want to know what he does. What all these parcels of underwear as it is a for profit because you could probably sell on ebay ladies and teenage girls underwear. I assume so or is it for some sort of personal collection. Do they sky sleep with the underwear. How does this work. Just very confused here. People have strange fetishes. I can't even begin to wrap my head around it and hosting a weird news. Podcast you just come across these strange finishes. Here's a quote from the beppu city. Police department spokesperson we have. We have confiscated such a large number of panties over the years. But not quite this amount. This this really takes the cake. The beppu city police are currently carrying out further investigations into the incident. Several other high high profile cases of men's stealing women's underwear have come out in japan in recent years. In case you didn't know in march a thirty year old electrician was accused of stealing four hundred twenty four pieces of underwear and swimsuits from teenage girls. Wow in two thousand. nine hundred. Police arrested a man forty years old on suspicion of stealing ten pieces of women's underwear from aucoin laundromat. This is out of control further investigation of that same individual who stole those. Ten pieces netted a hall of more than one thousand items of female underwear kept in futons cases at his home over thousand pieces. It says here cereal underwear. Theft happens in the us. As well. in july there was a case reported in alabama where the police found more than four hundred panties in the home of a twenty seven year old man also stolen from laundromats ladies with the laundromats. Just don't walk away from your clothes. Man people put their closing the laundromat and then drive away. They go home. They eat a coffee cake. Have a cup of coffee and then come back two hours later. It's hello. I don't know i lived in new york city for ten years and you can't leave your clothes in the laundromat. 'cause people just come in and steal all of them.

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"To be a follower of jesus. Whims need not apply. You went to march in lockstep with culture and parrot. What everyone tells you to say and think what everyone tells you to think you go for it. Any dead fish can go downstream. It takes a live one to go upstream. You see so people say today. I'm a rebel. A rental i drink i smoke. That's not rebellion that conformity. You want to be a rubble. I'm a rebel. I believe in. Jesus i believe in the bible and all stand up for that. That's a rebel today. It is you wanna talk about counterculture. Data's counterculture today because the cultural norm and everything's upside down the things that we used to see. His virtues are now seen as vices. The things that we is to celebrate our mock the things we used to say were bad or now declared good. Everything's upside down. If you're a true christian you're a true rebel. You're truly counter. And you're truly a child of god. Listen to this. Jesus christ is worth living for and if necessary. He's worth dying for. Let me see that another way if you believe something in. It's not worth dying for. Is it worth really living for c. We follow christ. Think of people who've given their lives for all these different causes people that have given their life for adolf hitler. You know they marched under the swastika and followed hitler..

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"The situation in one thousand nine hundred ninety s germany was dire. the country had lost world war one. Their economy was tatters. German rule over its global colonies was no longer and many of their citizens had lost loved ones in the war. The desperate conditions pave the way for young and hungry political figure named adolf hitler in nineteen twenty one. He became the leader of a fringe group. Known as the nationalist socialist german workers party better known as the nazis. They wanted to rebuild germany and make it the superpower at once was regardless of the cost on november eighth nineteen twenty. Three hitler organized a rally of thousands of people outside. Munich's largest beer hall. He gave a rousing speech about his plans to save their fatherland. He urged his followers to start a revolution invade a political rally. Going on inside the hall then. He ordered them to take over political buildings around the city. The crowd was so moved by his message that they followed his instructions immediately. People began marching through the streets of munich. They tried breaking into various government buildings but were stopped by the police. Sixteen of hitler's early followers were killed during the riots. Hitler was later tried for high treason and eventually jailed for the uprising. The event made national headlines and it was coined the beer hall putsch. It gave hitler the attention he needed to spread his ideas to a wider audience. In when he was released less than nine months later he leveraged this new following. Maybe he couldn't sees political office but his followers could certainly vote him.

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

Let's Start A Cult

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

"Emotions of anger and hate in these crowds which often lead to horrifying acts of violence Because of this. Hitler was sentenced to so so this is like trump inciting on. Wow crazy part is this fucker didn't get in trouble for which is at least hitler did shit. Yeah yeah because i was just about to say. Hillary was sentenced to three months in prison in september of nineteen twenty one so it is kind of crazy that we've kind of in some ways you are handling a worse than scared. Yeah yeah well not all of you. I guess half he was. He was sentenced after participating in a mob rival politician upon his release he and his former commanding officer. Captain rahme formed a private army that they called the name. I refuse to renounce or the storm section which also became known as the essay so the essay which we talked about last episode store Stormtroopers this is the way. Essentially and hitler. Dark beta bro. it's making sense. Oh my god who's like palpitation. Is pilot but i'll get a baiter in german like.

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"adolf hitler" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

Let's Start A Cult

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"adolf hitler" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

"Amazingly popular showed dump found dead and you may know them as john room and his prophet or you may simply no them from their terrible puns. Please welcome back from excommunication. John and patrick gentlemen how you doing today. god intro. Was that josh. I'm kinda nervous of what's going like. What's in store for the next. How many minutes or hours. We're going to do this days. Well last time. I had you guys on. I managed to convince john that he was in fact john room. Which as we all know is a military jesus figure in the south pacific islands and that he needed to get back to his people. So john i have to ask. Have you made it back to the islands yet. Not yet because we still have quarantine going on. I do have intentions of going to pacific sometime this year. So my people i shall return is coming got. That's what she said. Blame blame it on. Cova da cove it because whatever everyone else is doing it. True amazon be like oh asari due to kobe your packages due to kobe. I will not be returning to my people. Yeah well. I'm glad you're here and i'm glad you're here as well patrick. But on the both of you for this one. Because today i need to discuss john rooms nemesis and the reason for john rooms entire existence. The in today's episode of the. Let's turn called. Podcast we will be telling the story of a young boy. From an impoverished austrian family managed to crawl his way to the top of an organization. That would later terrorize the entire european continent. And the world. This is the first part. In a two part series of adolf hitler and the nazi party..

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