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Judy Batalion on her new book The Light of Days

Can We Talk?

01:57 min | 5 d ago

Judy Batalion on her new book The Light of Days

"Judy battalion is a writer comedian. And the granddaughter of holocaust survivors her new book and soon to be screenplay is called the light of days. It's about women resistance. Fighters in hitler's ghettos they were oftentimes hidden underground for long periods of time and could only come out at night and they craved. They crave food. They craved drink and they crave the light of day. The stories of the women. Judy writes about in the light of days had nearly been forgotten so much so that when she first discovered them she thought she had made a mistake. Judy was born in montreal but was living in london. When she was researching the world war two heroine and martyr khanna sanish buried deep in the stacks of the british library. She found an unusual book. It's an old book. It's you know in this blue fabric cover with gold lettering and the yellowing deck alleges a i opened the book and it is about two hundred pages of tiny script in yiddish. What even more unusual is i happen to speak yiddish. So i start flipping through this book. Looking for hana sanish. But she's only in the last ten pages and in front of her. There are one hundred eight hundred ninety pages of other women stories with pictures and snippets and bios of other female fighters and the chapter titles are like ammunition owed to weapons it. The fight in vilna and i should say the title of the book was flowing into ghettos women in the ghettos but this was a very different ghetto story than i had ever expected or anticipated

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The Hitler Haggadah with Jonnie Schnytzer

Jewish History Matters

09:33 min | 2 weeks ago

The Hitler Haggadah with Jonnie Schnytzer

"Joined today by johnny schnitzer to talk about the hitler. Haga a nineteen forty-three judeo arabic haggadah. Which tells the story of the holocaust the second world war and the allied landing in north africa through the passover seder. Johnny schnitzer is a phd candidate at bar. Ilan university with a focus on medieval kabbalah. His dissertation is focused on the fourteenth century. Kabul list rabbi. Joseph ben shallow ashkenazi and johnny is also preparing a critical edition of ashkenazis. Commentary on sefer itsy raw. Johnny also edited an english edition of the etc. Which we're going to be talking about today. The hitler etc is such a fascinating text in many ways even just the title is jarring. And you might think how can you use. Hitler's name in the title of this traditional jewish text and it draws you in to a tremendous piece of moroccan jewish history that reworked the traditional passover story to tell us about the experience of north african jews in the holocaust. I hope you enjoyed our conversation. Where we're going to dive into this text and think about how it can broaden our understanding of the holocaust to include the middle east and north africa in that story and also where we think through the important relationship between jewish roots and holidays with history and historical memory. Thanks for tuning in high johnny. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks so much for joining us to talk about your book that you added. Thank you for inviting me. Lovely to be here. Absolute think this is such a fascinating text. Can you maybe tell us a little bit about it in other words like what is it that makes this different from all other hug adults. I think there are sort of two bombs that this text drops upon any re- debt guest that sort of feast there is on the hit laga and the first one of course is the title and this is what got me interested in this from the outset and that is this sort of sporadic this who has the chutzpah to do this at taking a jewish texts calling it the hit laga. That's the sort of bomb number one. Because you're not even sure what this is about. Who wrote this. But you know one thing you know that the author who is anonymous and we'll touch upon them in a moment takes to keywords. That every juneau's today every jew does not need to google almost haggadah writer passover passover eve where we read the haggadah we all come and we eat together and he takes haggadah and he connects to the other. Keyword that we all know about for a very separate horrific connotation. That's hitler and he puts it together. The first bomb is who has the chutzpah to perpetrate a text. And give it the title. Hit laga taking one of the most sacred texts and connecting it to one of the biggest mom's area if you like in jewish history and then you open the text and you realize that author has done something absolutely fascinating he is done with. The sages have asked us to do generation after generation and that is to see ourselves as if we left egypt red. It's to reenact. Redemptions to reenact. God saving the jewish people taking us out. And what does he do. He takes the structure of the storytelling bit of the haggadah. Right on passover. Eve we have the ceremony we have the blessings and then we reached the mortgage section the mugged section to section where we meant to mcgee. We meant to tell the story. That's what is about right. We tell story we tell the story of redemption. This also explains why passovers become right. This trend of everyone bringing own hug dot. Everyone bringing their own stories. Because it's all about bringing together different pieces of the puzzle. Creating this beautifully rich mosaic. So he takes the traditional structure of the haggadah which tells us about how we were taken out of egypt and it tells us about these different characters. Rabbinic figures leaving two thousand years ago. The told us to do this and told us to do that. And he takes out the content and fills it with a new content whereby he tells the story of the holocaust of world war two of the allied victory of the ex pows over nazi germany. And hitler and mussolini's italy he tells us the story of his generation rights yossi who has something to tell us in the traditional said. There's something about how. How would you meant to do something. All of a sudden becomes the speech of the dictator iosif stalin when we told them the haggadah that i god and not an angel. Not anyone else is going to take you. The jewish people out of egypt suddenly becomes. I shall the goal. I not level not the right none of none of the other vichy high commanding general's. I shall the goal which already tells us right. This is what's fascinating in the hitler etc and this is the second bomb if the first bomb is the title. We still don't know what it's about. The second bomb is when you discover that this was written by an anonymous jew living in robots morocco probably towards the end of nineteen forty-three as a result possibly inspired by operation torch. The allied operation led by the us on the shores of casablanca and algiers. And everything changes all of a sudden this jew living in morocco. Who's lived under a regime whether anti jewish laws jews around him have lost their jobs. Jews around you can't get a jewish education you become by night a second-grade citizen and so out author. It almost seems as if he's taking a text which it's time to write it when we don't yet know the ending. He doesn't yet know about the horrific six million who are being murdered. He doesn't know about concentration camps in poland. But he knows he wants to do something horrific any also is living in a time where his life has changed for some years and as a result of the allied victory he suddenly possibly is inspired and sees. I get the exodus. The story i meant to be telling i meant to take the passover haggadah until the story that i see and that's how the allies beat the excess power. And how in fact you know retelling the story of exodus mine new-fangled version. I think that the text itself is amazing in the ways in which it on. The one hand utilizes the story of passover very explicitly very specifically in when he talks. About how hitler. Enslaved the jews but also like you mentioned the way in which some of the characteristic aspects of the traditional aspects are transfigured and transformed new. Whether we're talking about the parable of the four sons the for children or the different rabbis plagues. What are some of the really interesting things that are happening in this text that really are utilizing the passover story itself and also the the characteristic aspects of the passover seder that people who read attritional seder would be familiar with but they give it new meaning in this context. If we take right this this idea of the four sons four daughters any jewish figure that we look at it and we want to understand. What is it the sort of a heart of their teachings you know. One of the tricks is to see if they wrote a commentary on the haggadah. What do they do with these. Four boys of for doors. What do they symbolize. And in the case of the hit da it takes us back in time to a sort of moroccan viewpoint of the the north african campaign. And so who is the wise son now. You know it's going to be an allied power. But you're not sure that england or is it america and you'll told the the wise son is england right. The royal air force acts cleverly. He's clearly impressed he he is probably the razzie stance radio. He knows about the bombings. He knows about montgomery and then we move onto the russia. The russia we know can only be one person. That's clearly hitler. Hitler the evil one. He knows that he's a know he. He's torturing the jewish people and yet it's interesting that if you read through the at that we're not quite sure what's going on in europe right off a thinks that there is a concentration camp in berlin so we're not yet show what's going on in the world and our author doesn't yet. Nobody knows that he clearly is evil that he's plotting against the jews there wearing yellow badges which also is interesting. Because we're not sure. If he's referring to the yellow badges of jews in europe or the yellow badges of jews in certain places in north africa and then who is the tam. The time is interesting. Because tom can both mean in hebrew complete simpleton the thomas america and then shane no. You're dillashaw and who doesn't know how to ask questions. The classic version says the fourth son is the son who doesn't know how to ask questions. The newfangled version is and mussalini. Who isn't with the avowed woods and this is very interesting because when i was speaking to holocaust survivors. Oh you know this. Sort of all degeneration and i spoke to people from algeria from tunisia morocco across the board there was a nickname from cellini mar. He was the donkey he was the s. This resonates with this passage whims lead author decides to change it. And say it's not. He doesn't ask question it's that we don't even wanna talk about

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The Formation of the Nazi Party

Let's Start A Cult

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

The Formation of the Nazi Party

"When the nazi party was founded in one thousand nine hundred twenty the world side of germany was increasingly moving toward socialism and communism only three years before the imperial romanov dynasty had of russia had been overthrown i by the provisional government and then by the bolshevik party which was led by vladimir lenin these events would pave the way for the creation of the soviet union in one thousand nine hundred twenty two so a little bit of that bonus little bit of the soviet union in this episode throughout the early nineteen twenties the ideologies of the soviet union slowly spread across the region including its neighbouring mongolia. Communism was also becoming quite popular in the european continent with a number of uprisings in germany. One of them managed to form the bavarian soviet republic in one thousand nine hundred nineteen although this was short lived. Thanks to the country's parliamentary forces. This was the climate that the nazi party found itself in when it was created only year after the bavarian soviet republic was decimated it initially targeted the german working class attempting to draw them away from communism and socialism towards antisemitic and anti marxist

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Amazon changes its app logo after some said it resembled Hitler

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

00:14 sec | Last month

Amazon changes its app logo after some said it resembled Hitler

"Has changed new apple logo. After critics claimed it resembled hitler's facial features at issue was the blue tape above the smiling arrow critic said the icon. Look like hitler's moustache. The company has now tweaked the image. So the tape is folded non rigid.

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Brian Regan: Reading is Hard

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

03:42 min | Last month

Brian Regan: Reading is Hard

"At the breakfast table this morning and i read in the newspaper that more and more adults a living at home with their parents surprised me. I was like my view supplies. I call fruit loops oliver. My camera. haphazardly. Joking my mom. Read that for me sounded sounded out more do. I don't like reading the newspaper because first of all hard also they never wrap up a story on the front page. And i've never curious enough to go inside to find out how anything iran's and after a nine year trial the jury finally came in with the verdict of continued on page twenty two columns sake i guess i'll never know if these people i wanna learn. I want to be learner of things. You want me to know what's going on. You put a picture of it on the front page readings heart you ever tried and my i read good good but i hate when you're trying to read something you come across the expression one thing led to another what in the hell kinda lazy writing is at. Isn't that your job as the writer to tell me how this led to that you can just throw that in there. Adolf hitler was rejected as a young man. His application to art school one thing led to another and the united states dropped two atomic bombs on the sovereign nation of japan. It's hard to read. I hate when a sentence drags on because my brain can handle a long sentence. The corporation had originally decided that a restructuring of its charter should be preceded by a preliminary. What in the hell is going. Okay here we go. The corporation okay. The corporation put smokestacks on that had originally okay. This thing had before when a move that to the past. And that's a time line smokestacks. They're not even here yet. That's a common. The corporation had originally decided. We are pulling people in the window making decision. I read in the library. What are you doing fine. Reid wasn't. I'm trying to learn how to read better. You know. I took a speed reading. Course and not to brag but my speed shot up to forty three pages a minute but my comprehension plummeted

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Speaking up and confronting hatred, in memory of the Holocaust

UN News

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Speaking up and confronting hatred, in memory of the Holocaust

"Everyone in this country needs to be educated students and adults that we have the responsibility to be active citizens and to confront hatred and to confront the violations our democracy in that way it can be preserved and protected. And that's my hope that's irene. Butter holocaust survivor and professor at university of michigan recounting part of her story. She was just three years old. When hitler came to power and the persecution of the jews in germany begun through her story of endurance loss. Survival in hope she wants people to better understand the responsibilities today especially after the election at us capital earlier this month by violent extremists in work towards a common future in a world where anti-semities in hatred is on the rise leaving in the united states since december nineteen forty five. She spent years sounding the alarm over. Vulnerable democracy is by sharing. A story is resurgent in many places around the world. As the number of holocaust survivors diminishes. Every year white supremacists new nazis intensify their efforts to deny distort and rewrite history including of your cost speaking at the virtual ceremony marking the international day of commemoration in memory of the victims of the holocaust. Un secretary general antonio nukus highlighted the importance of taking a stand against anti-semitism

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Germany Expected To Put Right-Wing AfD Under Surveillance For Violating Constitution

All Things Considered

04:20 min | 2 months ago

Germany Expected To Put Right-Wing AfD Under Surveillance For Violating Constitution

"Now where the government is expected to put the country's largest right wing opposition party under surveillance. This means several dozen politicians in Germany's parliament may soon be monitored for racist and other unconstitutional behaviors that threatened Germany's political system. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports in German. It's called the For fasting shits. If you translate the name literally, it's called agency for the protection of the Constitution. Melania Moniz Berlin bureau chief of the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel, She says the fall fashion shoots is on the lookout for potential threats to Germany's democratic constitutional system. This agency has the power and not only to do surveillance on fringe groups, domestic terrorists threats, but also to keep an eye on any Political institution like a political party. The driving force behind the creation of the agency and its surveillance powers were the American led allied forces who after World War two helped write a new German constitution with an eye towards preventing the return of Nazi ideology. That's why the very first article of the Constitution guarantees the right to human dignity. And now the fall fashion shoots is on the verge of making an unprecedented move, placing Germany's largest right wing opposition party, the alternative fur Deutschland, or a F D. Under surveillance for violating that very article of the Constitution. This comes nearly a year after a far right faction of the F D, known as their flu eagle was put under surveillance by the for fashion shoots for the same reasons. A man who has written a book about the FD says In its report, The agency provided examples of politicians denigrating Muslim migrants to Germany, for example, they were all treated as potential terrorists. They were the humanized the speeches they were compared to animals. A hefty politicians also trivialized Germany's Nazi past. You know it. Because I'm sick of flip of age. Speaking at an FD event in 2017, the leader of the feudal faction beyond Hecker, called the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. A monument of shame, I believe a finder. It was a year later, a FD parliamentary leader Alexander Gallant, like in Germany's Nazi era to a speck of bird droppings, and more than 1000 years of what he called successful German history. Women. I'm sure really, I ft off wonders of all off. If you look at how the FDA has been behaving for some time Now it's clear. It's acting against our democracy and our constitution. Social Democrat parliamentarian Thomas Hitler is a member of the committee that keeps checks on Germany's intelligence agencies. He says. The for fashion shoots has spent two years gathering evidence that'll inform their decision to put the FT under watch but FT politician New York that Starsky says the agency is run by Angela Merkel's government staffed with members of her CDU party. He says the CTU is worried about how fast the FDA has become a presence in Germany's parliament. The party now has 88 members in the Bundestag. If you have no opposition party, which is very successful within very short time, and we become a danger for the ruling party's, especially for the conservative CTU, and this is the reason by they are trying to stigmatize us. Really to put us in the Nancy corner and also to spread wrong rumors. But Social Democrat Hitler says the process is not political, and its findings must withstand legal scrutiny. You got Bestwick states. There are 50, often under different conditions, Wife reported decision must be so watertight legally that it will stand up in the courts. The FT have legal recourse to contest the decision. And the agency isn't about to lose face in court with the poor case. A hefty politician Hans Meyer, already under surveillance for being part of the far right, Floegel Wing, told NPR by email. He's worried that civil servants like police officers will cancel their membership out of fear of losing their jobs. Well the for fashion shoots is able to tap phones and use informants to gather information on whomever it monitors. Meyer says he hasn't noticed the surveillance whenever Germany announces its decision. The FDA is expected to file lawsuit challenging it and that may take years to resolve. Rob

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migration Intrieure

Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

04:50 min | 2 months ago

migration Intrieure

"On may seventh nineteen forty five. The writer thomas. Mon- wrote the final entry. His wartime diary the closing sentence reads. It is not exactly elation that i feel ended the fight the following day the americans broadcast thomas mons apprehensive voice into germany on the voice of america beacon. This broadcast was also published in a number of newspapers. The allies now controlled under the provocative headline. Thomas mon on german gill. The thick walled torture chamber that hitlerism had made of germany is broken open and our disgrace is bared to the eyes of the world. It is our disgraced german listeners and readers for every german one who speaks german right german has lived as a german is affected by this shameful exposure. The world's shudders at the sight of germany even the german who escaped an ample time from the realm of national socialist leadership. Who did not like to live in. The vicinity of these abodes of abomination did not like to go about his business in ostensible virtue and pretend to know nothing while the wind carried the stench of charred human flesh to his nostrils. Even this german is shamed in the depths of his soul for the things that were possible in the land of his fathers and his master's ten yet. Another version of this essay went out on german radio. The bbc had been transmitting. Mon- regularly since one thousand nine hundred eighty one for a series called or listen germany. This was the final broadcast my readers and listeners. In germany you were unable rid yourself of this rule by your own strength. The liberators had to come from abroad. They have occupied broken country. And we'll have to govern it for years. Had leased do not regard them as your enemies. Do not regard yourself primarily as germans but has men and women returned to humanity as germans who after twelve years of hitler want to be human beings again to take these being bombed deutschen. Who i've mentioned too. Many of the ideas in these two broadcasts can also be heard in the lecture thomas. Mon- gave at the library of congress on may twenty nine a very strange thing that three weeks and two days after the close of a long brutal and destructive and bestial war against germany. The german people and the german nation gathered in this room to hear at german writer. Last this night was the debut of thomas. Mons seminal essay germany. the germans he Before you i feel that live is indeed of sexual stuff. Threes are made and to speak to you today on german and germans risky undertaking. Not only because the topic is so complex so inexhaustible but also because of the violent emotion that encompassed today should german avoid this subject today but i would scarcely have known what other subject to choose for this evening and beyond that. It scarcely possible conceive of any conversation about the purity personal today that britain inevitably onto german province. The meek ma in the kara time destiny of this people which undeniably has given to manage much that is great and beauty food and yet test time and again imposed upon germany's horrible fate. The tremendous catastrophe in which a modern history now mini competitive edge our interests even if this interest is divided of superbeets

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Ariel Pink Dropped by Label After Attending Peaceful Trump Rally

Dennis Prager

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Ariel Pink Dropped by Label After Attending Peaceful Trump Rally

"Tucker Carlson last night had a musician on The guy. Is fairly popular musician. His name eludes me now, but it's not enough critical, although I would like to help him out. And He went to the rally. Then went home what went to his hotel to take a map? He never set foot in the U. S. Capitol. But it was it was Publicized because he's a public figure is a musician. Publicized that he was at the rally. And the mob. The real mob came out against the Realty? Yes, Ariel pink. That is correct. And the mob went after the company that pays him. Of their payroll, too. To be musician. And they were attacked and death threats came And they let him go. He has no income. Now he attended a peaceful rally. If you attend a peaceful rally for the right You whatever people conduce to ruin your life to destroy your income and your name they will do. This is unprecedented. Unprecedented. Maybe maybe it was There was a brief period when this was what happened to active Communists. People who supported Stalin. Second greatest mass murderer in history, the first greatest being male. In terms of numbers. Well. Stalin, Hitler.

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Illinois GOP Rep. Mary Miller apologizes for her remarks praising Hitler at pro-Trump rally

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Illinois GOP Rep. Mary Miller apologizes for her remarks praising Hitler at pro-Trump rally

"Today for remarks about Adolf Hitler that she made it a pro Trump rally in Washington on Tuesday. At the rally outside the capital. She said Hitler was right that whoever has the youth has the future. Her comments led to the creation of a change dot org's petition seeking her resignation, which had more than 8500 signatures. As of this morning, the Chicago Teachers Union holding a press conference this

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'Hitler was right on one thing': Mary Miller criticized for invoking Adolph Hitler

Pacifica Evening News

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

'Hitler was right on one thing': Mary Miller criticized for invoking Adolph Hitler

"A Republican Congress woman sworn into office last weekend drew swift criticism from fellow Republicans for quoting Adolf Hitler. In a speech this week outside the capital, Mary Miller was elected in November to replace Republican jump Shimkus. She spoke during an event by the group Moms for America as demonstrations in support of President Trump began in Washington, D. C. Miller read from prepared remarks, urging the need to appeal to young people and politics, Miller said quote Hitler was right on one thing, he said. Whoever has the youth has the future. Illinois Republicans, including Adam Kinzinger and the state Republican chairman, condemned the comments. Illinois's governor J. B. Pritzker, who's a Democrat and Jewish, called the remarks unfathomable.

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Days after she was sworn in, Illinois U.S. Rep. Mary Miller facing criticism for invoking Adolf Hitler during speech

WGN Programming

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Days after she was sworn in, Illinois U.S. Rep. Mary Miller facing criticism for invoking Adolf Hitler during speech

"Was watching debate at the U. S. House office building. When protesters breached Hey blames comments made by President Trump Rally earlier today for stirring up the protesters. A question um or these also criticizing as shameful the invocation of Adolf Hitler today during a speech by newly sworn in representative Mary Miller Republican for Illinois 15th district that, you know, blatant played anti cynicism on bond. That's disgraceful, and it's a vile comments and personal more. They joined WGN Steve Bertrand on Chicago's afternoon news. Here's Miller's Hitler comment to Trump supporters today in Washington unless we win the hearts Minds of our Children. This is the battle here where was right On one thing, he said. Whoever has youth has the future. Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker has condemned Miller's comment. He describes it. As reprehensible rhetoric. As for Chicago City officials say they're monitoring the

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Sliding Doors

The Tennis Podcast

06:36 min | 3 months ago

Sliding Doors

"We're not just living in the post. Today we're living in an alternate universe post because today and those day we're bringing you sliding does tennis which is kind of ovarian concept isn't it should we. Should we trademark this in some way. Can we patent it. Let's if it's a success. I shower and then and then we'll get onto the patent lawyers wouldn't wouldn't gwyneth paltrow smith about that. She owns the rights to alternates. Alternate timelines well. My favorite my favorite genre of is counterfactual fiction. There's a book called idyllwild which imagines a world in the ninety s where needed jfk nor marilyn monroe died in the sixties and it sort of projecting into the future and imagining a world. That is entirely different. And it's cooled arms on on this spoiler for you or the listeners are highly recommend anyway and it's called idol ball because of course idyllwild. Anybody know this putting on spot here. This is a great little but if trivia idyllwild was the name. jfk airport before it became today airport. I don't know how. I read your david. Private could a medium sized book right. Yeah i take a long time to read books Well it's worth the effort. If you got in your hands in the middle of the night you know we as we did last week. We start off with david. Whitaker's review of what we're about to do podcast as he says it's a really good idea. Like i like counterfactual history. If hitler had gone ahead with the invasion of britain in nineteen forty not bottled it dot dot dot. What if lee harvey oswald missed etc. What if it hasn't rained in henman's semifinal with even vich so my daughter's very much understood the premise. If today's podcast and one of those three we're going to do yes. Thank you very much. David whitaker slash. Dad's fuel suggestions A little teaser of what's come where we are thinking of sort of moment tree seemingly incident significant at the time occurrences in tennis which may or may not have entirely altered the course of tennis history. david would you like to kick us off with the first sliding doors tense moment. Yeah would i'd like to imagine a world in which rafael on the dow was not left handed never decided to to play left hand. All just ended up playing left handed. And it's one of the. It's actually one of the things that i wanted to come back to for for quite a while probably a year and a half ever since we did our rounded out story. Podcast when we were we went deep into his his past and tried to just chronicled his career from it from a very young age and during that process we had been like many other outlets taken in by a the the myth it turns out that his uncle tony had decided that he should play handed in order to be more successful in in order to discomfit his opponents more and we talked about that on that podcast and turns out. That isn't what happened. And we at the time i mean. I think that that podcast got some some great feedback. People enjoyed it. But a number of nadal diehard said cop believe you're still going with this view that refunded. The uncalled decided. He should apply left-handed. I one day. Because that's not the case. So i've also one day i'd like to really look into that and find out what the situation was and when we came up with sliding doors tennis and i chose. This is one of my my selections Matt's produced the referee on the dow autobiography which contains the following passage. I've seen reports in the news media saying that. Tony forced me to play left handed and that he did this because it would make me harder to play against well. It's not true. It's the story of the newspapers have made up. The truth is that. I began playing when i was very small and because i wasn't strong enough to hit the ball over the net. I'd hold the racket with both hands on the four hundred as well as the back end then. One day my uncle said there are no professional players who play two hens. Strictly speaking true. Monica seles did right. Fabrice santoro did right But anyway there are no place press professional players who played two hens. And we're not going to be the first ones so you've got to change so i did. What came naturally to me was to play left-handed why i can't tell because i ride with my ryan tend when i play basketball gulf or doubts. That was the way sounds order. I play right handed to but in football i play with my left and my left foot is much stronger than my rights. People say this gives me an advantage on the double handed backhand and that may be right having more feeling more control and both hands than the majority of players has to work in my favorite especially on cross court shots where a little extra strength helps but this was definitely not something that tony in. A moment of genius thought up. It's dumb to imagine that he might have been out to force me to play in a way. That did not come naturally to me so pretty emphatic rejection of that. That story that we've all kind of taken as just conceived wisdom from over the years a couple things that he's often talked about by commentators is looking like he's got to four hands conventional forehands in in the way he's able to strike the bowl in terms of the the sheer muscular. Rt of his game the way he's able to put you on the back foot from both sides equally strongly and say and he's alluding to that in that analysis of whites useful for him to play. Left

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Roald Dahl’s Family Apologizes for His Anti-Semitism

BBC Newshour

01:29 min | 4 months ago

Roald Dahl’s Family Apologizes for His Anti-Semitism

"The family of the British Children's writer Roald Dahl have apologized for the lasting and understandable hurt caused by anti Semitic comments that the author made during his lifetime. It's 30 years since the writer died in some Jewish commentators have asked why it's taken so long for the apology. Roald Dahl's books, which include Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach and Matilda has sold more than 250 million copies. This report from Katherine Stand Chechen contains remarks that some listeners may find offensive One night, he said. Is very dreams were window and I see is this book on the left by Children all over the world? The positive legacy of roll. Dahl's writing is indisputable, but some of his views are a different matter. In an interview with the new statesman in 1983, 7 years before his death, the author of the BfG said there was a trait in the Jewish character that provoked animosity. Even more. Shockingly, he went on to say there was always a reason for negativity to crop up on did in his words. Even a stinker like Hitler didn't pick on them for no reason. In a joint statement from the Roald Dahl story company and the doll family. They deeply apologize for prejudiced remarks that were incomprehensible to them and stand in marked contrast to the values at the heart of his stories. His grandchildren said today that apologizing for the words of a much loved grand parent is a difficult thing to do. We loved rolled, but we passionately disagree with his anti Semitic comments. We are truly

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Hitler speeches sell at Munich auction despite objections

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Hitler speeches sell at Munich auction despite objections

"I'm not sure in Germany has just completed a controversial sale of **** memorabilia come with me the speech notes by **** dictator Adolf Hitler have sold at auction in Munich despite concerns from Jewish groups they could encourage neo **** the Hermann historica auction house defended the sale of the manuscripts old dated before the outbreak of World War two saying they will all historical significance and belong preserved in a museum they sold to anonymous bidders for well over that starting prices I'm Charles the live as my

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Self-identified neo-Nazi pleads guilty in plot to bomb Colorado synagogue

Broncos Country Tonight

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Self-identified neo-Nazi pleads guilty in plot to bomb Colorado synagogue

"To blow up a synagogue has pleaded guilty. Richard hold sir, and his plea agreement admits he plotted to destroy a historic temple in Pueblo last year before the FBI foiled his plan. Federal prosecutors say holder is a self described neo Nazi and used social media to promote white supremacist ideology and violence. The 28 year old visited the temple to scope out his target and reportedly told undercover agents he wanted to send the message that Jews were not welcome in Pueblo, and they should leave or they will die Holders mission fell apart when he met with the agents on November 1st to finalize the plan. He showed up with a copy of Adolf Hitler's book Mine. Come, They showed up with fake explosives and handcuffs. Steve Rappaport Fox News, The former Navy seal who

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Severless: Improving How We Serve up Websites and Applications With Jerome Hardaway

Front End Happy Hour

05:09 min | 6 months ago

Severless: Improving How We Serve up Websites and Applications With Jerome Hardaway

"Is serving a consultant? Please describe what is server list? It's been someone at work start speaking Greek they're like does. Oh Man service is a practice of. Instead of having thank goodness isn't a word. Instead of having like a like hard server that you're putting all your data off you're having something in the cloud another someone else's server. Is the practice of using servers that in API's in cloud signal. Sears yeah. So using API's in cloud technologies to serve data to the wet Ri-, handle all your date in cloud of the NBA API says two times. Really years. I had a long day at work. So this is great like how is that different than I make a website I put those files in the cloud like how would it be different than that? Like the the traditional way we sort of think about deploying a website to the cloud or putting it somewhere mean actually into. What you're saying to the cloud. By is either how people have actually been four score in seven years ago even touched up teepee, right? Like crazy old school so You think of FTP and putting your files way someplace in like a our. Core like situation. Oh. Here is my files and I'm dragging and dropping I'm waiting Dow Upload and then I'll hopefully though cash it takes twenty thirty minutes, right? Well, we'll. You're thinking of services and things that you have. I'll go off the most simple format right on one of my favorites allow the first thing. I. Introduced students to his search right surge dot S. H. so they build their bill their website. And they go on. into the CLI and a US surge of which is. A service that takes their tools, turns it all into a cdn then shoots it the Internet with his own domain name that you can either mass or you can make on the fly. They come up light really craze domain names like everybody else. So that is like the biggest lie it's easier it's faster. It's leaner right I think that's the biggest and it's empowering right I think that's the biggest w for specials coming in fronting game from a modern perspective is just So, much leaner for the new for the newer devs to come in and they're like, Hey, I get actually spend eight bucks on a domain name and use notify and surge and content full, and that's that's it at my blog up and running in like a week right and he's all like services tools that help you know Hitler cms in exact nature they in power the front end kind of makes me excited about them I think your your definitions solid on. So I. I think to make it a little more clear cassava like. Man I'm new the game I have no idea what you're talking about like all that stuff like making it even simpler. It's the idea of like you write a function right function takes input producing output. Right, basic functional programming. So imagine taking that function and being able to upload it somewhere. So that response to Internet requests. So it's not just your machine it's anybody. And that's the basic idea beyond Yeah. You can do that. You just taken input given output except you don't have to worry about any of the in between state it just works and then you can update it quickly over time. So it's pretty powerful stuff what I find fascinating Andrew you're you're touching on it is like Fifteen years ago. To make a web page, you needed to be a front end engineer like you need to engineer needed have skills you need no html css a little bit of javascript that hasn't changed. We have like shop fi and squarespace anybody make website. Now it doesn't take any skills. Okay. So tenure five years ago you wanted to play server to actually do custom stuff beyond like a wordpress site you need to be a friend engineer. You need to know that sort of thing you know how to deploy server all these things. Now at twenty, twenty you any of that. So you can build entire webpage silent how you want all that deploy deploy multiple regions have ends up all that stuff and never know any of the other stuff you'll leave your front engineer as much anymore. I think it's like the tail. Of of several lists. And we'll talk about surrealists why the name but but the tail that is just how it keeps evolving and like if you don't keep your skills fresh, you will give up behind because you're like Oh. Yeah. That's one of those who call themselves a webmaster. Like remember that I remember. That's a good point

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"hitler" Discussed on Dictators

Dictators

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on Dictators

"Around noon on November ninth nineteen twenty-three Adolf Hitler led thousands of people through the streets of Munich the night before he had staged a coup against the leaders of the Bavarian state government the leaders had escaped and labeled him and the Nazis as criminals. Now his only hope was to incite a popular revolt. If enough people backed him the authorities would have no choice but to give Hitler control arm in arm with his fellow protesters. Hitler approached a police. Cordon the mob had overwhelmed one blockade already but unlike the others these officers refused to budge. The crowd pushed up against the barriers. If the police wouldn't let them through they'd have to take matters into their own hands. The officers held firm. They were prepared to defend their post. At all costs. The situations seemed at an impasse until someone fired a gun. All Hell broke loose. In a hail of gunfire from both sides. The outgunned and disorganized Nazis had no chance before he became the next casualty. Hitler tucked his tail and ran away the remaining Nazis who survived the firefight were taken into custody. Hitler's violent power grab ended in a prison sentence. He spent nine months behind bars for treason and he used the time to pen. His infamous Manifesto Mein KOPF. The Nazis would rise again and next time they wouldn't fail..

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"hitler" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on Conversations

"Was hit at this stage of his life. Heard I've heard to speak admiringly of Jewish people at this point in Vienna and the early years in Vienna He. He admitted later that he he wasn't he wasn't in wasn't in fact anti Semitic because he didn't give them out of that much thought he saw this small groups of overdose. Jews walking to the synagogue thought it strange. Who WITH A? He didn't really have great historical knowledge. I mean he didn't really understand why there seems to be a preponderance Jewish people in Vienna and there are certainly were compete with other cities. Because you have a large numbers of Jews fleeing the RUSSIAN POGROMS. Early nineteen th. There was a more tolerant at government to regime in Vienna in the late nineties interested said regime in Vienna and in the early twentieth century multiple. Relatively more torrential the mayor of Vienna was a rabid anti Semite. But Hitler at this point saw them as sort of curiosity. The malevolent came later but at this moment he was he was he. Bundle them up with all those that he deemed to be. Lesser People Lesser Races. He believed in the Pan German future of of Austria. And these people just didn't feed into that future. He said he had to leave Vienna for the city of Munich because he was disgusted by this racial mix of Jews Slavs with the German Austrians at the time is that true. Is that why he left Vietnam now? He was a deserter. He was fleeing the Austrian police. He was a deserter absolutely he. He was called up for the Austrian army because there was a war coming and he was called up for National Service and and he decided no. I'm not going to join the Australian army so he was a very unusual dessert. It wasn't that he was against war. He was a pacifist. Anything he wanted to fight with Joe Manami which is why he went to Munich. If it was to be a war and war was on the rise and if he was gonNA fight he was going to fight in the German colors in the German uniform. Is that we fled Austria and they tracked him down to Munich with the Australian Already dragged back to Salzburg where he set before a tribunal and again lied quite brilliantly through the hearing saying well look. I'm devoted to fighting and I'm I'm sorry I had long letter. To the tribunal's actually quite persuasive. And he got him off because they thought his young man who does want to do his duty but he's just a bit way within a bit lost because when it came to the crunch he didn't pass his medical because he'd be living on the streets for so long or in the Dos House that he was too unhealthy to join Yoshinami so then they let him go and he went back to Munich. So this is the Shining Knight on the houses it. There's this famous photo of a huge crowd in Munich when war has been declared in nineteen. Fourteen it's creepy. Because they're in the crowd you can see Adolf Hitler amongst the crowd of thousands of people in Munich and the look on. His face is even from a distance is clearly ecstatic. So in Hitler lighter in my comfort he was ecstatic at the break of where I think we have to believe him. Definitely it was absolutely in love with the idea of the war of soldiering. He always talked passionately about the love of the army if his regiment was a second home to him off to be living rough for so long here was his into the bosom of the German Army. He was going to fight for Germany the Greater Reich. So he was sent into France and if I could just say on the way he passed through Belgium and he saw the ravages of the German occupation. Which is absolutely brutal ages oppressed the people they rounded up onslaught Belgian villages and Hitler approved this. He saw in the journal evasion of Belgium. A method of suppressing civilians and occupying a foreign country and he approves entirely of the laws of going out that if a village resisted you round them up and shoot them is what the Germans did in Belgium. So that's where he first sees that as this whole idea that you suppress a conquered people by rounding up and shooting overseas. We know played itself out with brutal consequences in France. Twenty five years later this was happening in Belgium. It was explicit order that if a Belgian village fires on you round them up but the women and children in prison and shoot most of the men as an example to the others so then his battalion goes forward into E. Now he wrote about this. Hitler wrote about this battle and it turns out. He's able to rod quite vividly about this time. Could you just you just read what Hitler said? Throughout his first experience of the heat shock and noise and blood and death of battle places I e in nineteen fourteen when thousands of young Germans were slaughtered under British machine gun and rifle fire and he was participating in the early stages that and then he writes quite eloquently about Iran and when the day began to emerge from the mists suddenly an iron greeting came whizzing at us over our heads and with a sharp reports the little pellets flying between our ranks ripping up the wet ground but even before the little clouded past from two hundred throats the first Harare rose to meet the first messenger of death then mccracken roaring a singing in a howling began and with leverage is each of us was drawn forward faster and faster until suddenly pas turnip fields and hedges. The fight began the fight of man against man and from the distance. The strains of song reached our ears coming closer and closer leaping from company to company and just as death plunged a busy hand into our ranks. The song richest too and we passed it along. Deutschland Deutschland Obama's allies in developed. It's astonishing writing this phrases in there. Like death plunged busy hand into our ranks. That's that's amazing but can any of this be true. No not as far as Hitler was concerned. It was true for other soldiers who are in the front ranks. Hitler was not in the front lines is regiment was a very poorly trained reserve battalion. Which went in off to the real work had been done. So he this singing of Deutschland Deutschland. That was sung in the front lines. As these very young highly trained young men were going into battle. All of whom a mown down and Hitler came after that saw the results of first IPE. Nothing like the description. We see here. You know that from that Hitler makes it sound like he's right there in the front rank front line of battle doesn't so he's again polishing image here that's just completely neutral. Polishing is one way of putting it lying golf and said I mean I ran out? He wrote back to his landlord. Gave this guy who wrote to his landlord. He didn't have any friends derived ahead. No family to write to his sister. He didn't know where she lived. So there's a pathetic and rather really squad said dimension to Hitler's youth. He's young lively. He had no one to write too but he's landlord wrote back to him. Saying hours out in front is young guide yearning for approbation wanting a fatherly proud hand on his shoulder but he doesn't hardly knows his landlord is kind of a weedy ext trampers just been put in the in. The reinforcements has yesterday. We had great courage has to be said and he'll never shirked a an opportunity to to to try to do his job. He took on some extremely brave and dangerous mission so he was given the role as a dispatch runner. So what does that actually mean in practice as it sounds he would have messages from headcorn regimental headquarters to the front lines and back so he'd have to run across? Shell swept territory Sniper fire swept landscapes in and out of Shell Holes through. Swamps is pretty pretty rough job and of the first six runners that were chosen all but he were killed when the first year or so of the war so in other words the the the casualty rate of the runners. It's very high. There have been books. Recently which tried to make out that he was a cowed and the the the Ranas were was a fairly sort of bayswater. Job It's just not true. They had to do very brave work and he was highly decorated for easier cross twice. What are the on? Cross twice for his bravery did that suits him that solitary rather than being in the ranks. Do you think he shoots the opportunity for for for promotion? Some of these officers decided that he was not temperamentally given to leadership one of them actually said we didn't think he was leadership material later in the war which is another extraordinary footnote to history that he wasn't leadership material but he was very he was very given to this job. It was very isolated. He he he knew where to get his message. It was in the distance on the horizon with bombs were falling and he'd get there you get a sense that he was in any way troubled like most. Nearly everyone was all of the soldiers were by the the noise the connick Jr the horrors of trench will fit in the first world. Didn't it didn't seem to disturb him. He thrilled battle. He saw death as noble sacrifice. He had very much nineteenth century notions of warfare. He would have excelled in the wars with a sabre. He saw it as as the noblest expression of of the human spirit. We don't really have any evidence that he actually fired a shot in anger and shot someone right in front of him that he ever participated initial pulling out of a gun and shooting someone did. There's no evidence led into the shot someone in anger. He suddenly fired his rifle in the open he was in the infantry for a few days at beginning and he would have fired his rifle that at sort of shadows and mass ranks of Of the British Tommy's but there's no evidence he actually shot anyone but later in mind confident. Certainly the Nazi propaganda slate claim that he they claimed he kept a dozen of the enemy. Single handily with pistol. You know I think. This is ludicrous stories coming late which there's no evidence so we came to the final four nine thousand nine hundred nine and this is the the final year as I say and in these months when Ludolf the German leader really is. The general was running. Germany at this point has got all of these troops from the eastern front and he's he's held his major offensive across the allied lines. And this is the last bid for victory. The Germans conducted I suppose. Hitler must've thought like everyone did in the German army. At that point the victory was at hand. It must've been it must've victory was very close. It was the great spring offensive. Lindahl believe that there was a window of opportunity that we could smash through the French and British ranks in Anzac ranks and this was one chance and many men were finding themselves in the trenches that are in the early stages of the war. This is where Luke Ford. If they they rallied the they regrouped the German army with all of these reinforcements coming across from the Russian front Russia had been thrown.

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"hitler" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on Conversations

"What made him such an angry adolescent these yards say that there are certain mysteries in life which we just cannot fathom a mixture of nature and nurture genetic the genetic impulse that that affects our character all of our characters but there is certainly The impact of this extraordinary jarring atmosphere in the home where his father was was the traditional Australian autocratic father. A bit of a bully certainly would thrash Hitler of Young Hitler DID ANYTHING WRONG. And then his former adoring mother who who was always taking his side against the bully father to whose side he would rush for fiction and for anything you wanted. I think that the origins just to go back to your question over his rage is that when he didn't get what he wanted just like any spoiled brat goes into a tantrum throws he was throwing tantrums over and over again whether it was communion whether it was his father into something he'd and his mother would always give him what he wanted. So as you said he was kicked out of school sixteen Jordan which just blows my mind and was he pleased to be Gone Z. Pleased to have been kicked out of E. Couldn't wait to leave and he. He lied to his was lying to his mother. He said. Look what you really need around the house as a man because this is what he's filed. It was talk did and he was saying to his mother. What you need is a man around the house and also claiming these too sick to go to school or what. He was lying again. So what did he do with these law school report when he receives law school report and he cut it up and he went on a binge in that newtown? Fatima wear but certainly uses a toilet paper because he he I think he used as toilet paper on a train in the toilet and he threw it out the window of the train or something. This is powerful but certainly it was discovered and they on crumples and now what about Ski School Kid and it was clearly he'd use it as so that was what he thought of his last school record. I think pretty much the school pretty much. The same of him A nasty little boy who failed and would fees to continue and lied to his mother to get out of school was he the man about the House. He promised once he quit school he was dreaming. He was a dreamy writing little poems and drawings and go to the opera and spending his mother's money on going to the he he discovered Oprah early agent and fell in love with it particularly Wagner operas which brought life. He's great dream of of Germany of Greater Germany and he was therefore not exactly a trade around the house for his mom and he wasn't GonNa fix the ESPN in it in the sink. But that way did know chores he was just too much of an Ati Bohemian. These appearances at the time was impressive. Looking handsome more was there anything compelling about his appearance at the time well Kubitschek. He's one friend Moore members in very clearly and so to those other eyewitness accounts and they will say was a striking young man because he had this. He dressed like a Dandy as addressed address very well but he's face sort of fell away. There are descriptions of his Chin receding and and not having a very impressive face and that but but the one thing that distinguished him for. Everyone was a chilling effect of his eyes. He had these extraordinary penetrating is blue eyes which just looked into your soul as Kubeck said even as a teenager you see how much of that is like from the benefit of hindsight I mean the unites. Oh yes he had. He was quite unremarkable. But there was this one magic thing about him. Is that written after the war? Or is that Lady's memoirs but certainly at the time that trey is referred to throughout his life as having extraordinary is and so even by contemporary would would comment on it. So I do think that that particular trays has been born out by the eight by the evidence but also there was his voice. He would become almost intoxicated by his voice by the sound of his own voice. And he would he would just go on and on for hours ranting about whatever subject into his entities head even as a teenager he was wandering around. Most people got bored of tired of couldn't keep listening to because he would pound away at you. He would look at Portal August goose egg as if as if this he's one friend representative thousands of people he imagined. Kobe's actually said this. He seemed imagine he was talking to a whole crowd. Now that could be. Well be the benefit of hindsight writing knowing that Hitler was going to be dictator and even when even when Kobe at very meekly. You know but At don't you think you get? You should get a job when he was what would happen when he would say something like that would explode. Jobs are mere mortals jobs a further plebs not made people don't get jobs oh man. I am with Paul. Hamm historian his many books. Most recent book is called Young Hitler the making of the fuhrer so his. This young man is quite unemployed but very very well dressed walking around lintz making speeches making speeches to his friend. Kubasak August coup Pacific. Were these guys chasing girls or each other with I interested in each other role in the opposite sex. What they doing the two girls. We question because he's been asked so often and it's been poorly answered. I think because again in the pursuit of mythology to justify or to explain or to vindicate or to Somehow Understand what happened afterwards. Whatever your political complexion the brutal reality. He was just so ordinary he was frightened of goals. They didn't pursue goes. I talked about them. They channel their energy their adolescent energy into opera and music and the grandeur of Germany. They thought that women were sort of a distraction to their. They great plans. A Hitler certainly saw them. Yes he he certainly had a roving eye even as a young young man. He was sensitive to female Feminine Beauty. But it was too scared to to approach them. There was nothing no evidence of a homosexual relationship and Kubeck and Hitler wanted things that came out. It was a real surprise to me. Paul was in the spring of Nineteen Ninety six in Austria. Hitler. Fill in love. Tell me about the object of his adoration plays. The object of his adoration was girl cool. Stephanie Isaac probably a Jewish family the jury's out on whether she was infected you but it sounds as if she probably was. She did not know that she was the object of his infatuation because he never told her he never let her never confronted owner for torture. He never sent her letters until much later to speak to her. Never spoke to her. He never seems to be out on the street corner with Kusak eyeing her over waiting as she with. Her mother passed the certain time of day in the morning each morning. Pass them by maybe. She flashed a glance at him once or twice thinking. There's a young man's another young men's during major a beautiful young woman. Young girl really. She had a lot of suitors in the young officers. That should be then sixteen. Seventeen young men who are pursuing but Hitler convinced himself that she loved him and that they were going to get married one day so given the Tacoma's Isak which suggest she probably wasn't from Jewish family. What does this tell us about? Hitler's longstanding anti-semitist. Now he said he said he came to opinions about the Jewish rice as he called it a very early on in life. What does this really tell us about? Hitler's Anti Semitism. Then it's very difficult to make a con to conclude either way on this because he doesn't mention her in Cobb is not. She is the kind of detail of one's life that you probably might suppress that. I was rejected. And that was the seed or the the spark which triggered his anti Semitism. He never writes about this. He did edge. You have this infatuation for her. For many years for four years in fact later in Vienna. He sent her a postcard. Saying wait for me I will return and marry you. It didn't even sign it so this has been going on for a long time. I don't believe this is the cause of his antisemitism. Neither do I I question. I'm asking US clearly had Jewishness was no barrier to his family in love with He he was not the same as a young man. There's no there's no evidence that he singled out the Jews up until the end of World War One as the enemy the enemy in Kannada.

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"hitler" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"I'm Joy Hitler. Hits Young Man. Make your arguments. We we get into fight. There's only going to be two hits Hitler Hitler and punching fuck. Gada your face dude. Yeah Dude two hits Sean got down and not get back up again and Hitler. Ah Man Make your case eight on your LRE known. He's known youtuber. Yeah chosen online personality. You might from the Joe Rogan experience Adolf Hitler. Here's we're trying to decide we're doing we have after this episode. We have four episodes of this podcast left as suicide buddies. Then it keeps going as y'all ever her but four suicide buddies left and so we knew we had to tackle the episode. We've always talked about Kurt. Cobain and Adolf Hitler combination episode assode. And we're GONNA do it competitively and so we have to figure out which one of us is researching Hitler which one of us is researching cockbain. And we're going to Yell L.. The research at each other. It's going to be a competitive history episode in which we try to perform the history of each suicide better than the the other one is performing their suicide so we have to decide. Who's doing Hitler and WHO's doing Kurt? COBAIN and we both want to do Kurt. I think this is exciting amassing or should we wear masks absolute and we should phase our voices. It should be all like FBI Davor Ham. Totally I'll I'll have no idea totally totally would actually be really funny. I was going to be a very short episode. Because it's GonNa it's GonNa go. He's going to do the whole he's for sure you're Hitler because your dibs. Yeah because shotgun called it. Are you a Mexican can or are you. Hitler give you think Kobe was talking. I do think cut two years later Courtney love and she goes shotgun. And everyone's like.

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"hitler" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"It had itself but to be like we are so there is so much evil in us that we never ever just very died. William told his friends and neighbors. We really was Hitler. Oh by the way. I don't fit basically Wam Stewart word Houston slash. Hitler died on July Fourteenth Nineteen eighty-seven in Long Island he was buried next to his mother at the holy. Ah Shit cemetery in Corum New York. The family considered leaving the grave unmarked but decided sided instead to bury him with a fake name. That brought him peace. Silly mcpake bent. Alexander became a social worker. Sorry Alexander it off became a social worker Louis and Bryant had a landscaping business and live together in two thousand six reporter. Track them down but they refused to be interviewed. They said they were going to tell their story themselves. They had a lawyer and an agent. And we're writing a book. Pretty Hollywood I mean. Did they have no story except for we weren't Hitler. So that's the movie. Where does it start with starts on us and have not Hitler credits? So you just like normal American kids but you had a last name but I I think once every twenty pages someone goes. Hey aren't you related to Adolf Hitler and we'll be like we'll demure we'll be like knack kinda and then everything else about a picnic. Think about a company picnic. This this is a movie now. It's book to would. What would you do jumping the gun to a movie? We're about that it's a book it's a book and and it's about a company picnic and every now and then the whole book is about a company Picnic. Didn't have to be if you have something you think is better that you guys are anything's better. I think that it's really bad about it. For Friends of the magical local bear. That's a whole different I. That's a whole hour ended a whole different genre okay. Then let's stick to the company Picnic. You love okay. I didn't fall in love with that. I don't like the one pitch it it to me at this point. I'm not saying there's literally no book here except for you saying I'm I'm not Hitler which that's that's the book. Right bill gets put. The book is about US trying to convince you to do the book. And it's about a you push back on doing the book you don't WanNa do it and that's the book and it's the story of this meeting eating and then maybe we make it into movie. Maybe we don't but either way I think this is a great project and again it's all about our name and how we're not him. It's so it's not about anything it could be. I mean what are you trying to do over here right now. Nothing I just wanted to leave my office okay. So this is a book but a guy who loves his office. He's insane about it but two guys who don't want to say related to Hitler because they were but they weren't are in it and it's this guy struggle to get these guys out of his office. Will you guys definitely stick around like Hitler's Hitler's. Yeah no yeah. We're having kids. I don't know if we told you that it's going to be generated tone. Want this. We're like bedbugs. Were their in their names and locations were withheld by the reporter. Anna another author of the book the last of the Hitler's quote at their via AH vehement and repeated requests. They would be. They don't can you guys not say where we live with who we are just not. She's not put that out there. You know what I mean some people. I'll have reservations about us. The home the family grew up in eventually. They moved out eventually became a crack house for for a little while. Apropos then a contractor moved in in nineteen ninety nine and he picks it up when he was fixing up he found blood lab equipment and German newspapers behind a wall board board. That has the make you feel good here. Before some Hitler's this is a bunch of blood and I don't want the place anymore I I won't waste German. Filmmaker came by and told the contractor. A Hitler had lived in the House. Contract said quote. I was like a Hitler lived here and ran a blood lab. What what is this? The boys.

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"hitler" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"It had itself but to be like we are so there is so much evil in us that we never ever just very died. William told his friends and neighbors. We really was Hitler. Oh by the way. I don't fit basically Wam Stewart word Houston slash. Hitler died on July Fourteenth Nineteen eighty-seven in Long Island he was buried next to his mother at the holy. Ah Shit cemetery in Corum New York. The family considered leaving the grave unmarked but decided sided instead to bury him with a fake name. That brought him peace. Silly mcpake bent. Alexander became a social worker. Sorry Alexander it off became a social worker Louis and Bryant had a landscaping business and live together in two thousand six reporter. Track them down but they refused to be interviewed. They said they were going to tell their story themselves. They had a lawyer and an agent. And we're writing a book. Pretty Hollywood I mean. Did they have no story except for we weren't Hitler. So that's the movie. Where does it start with starts on us and have not Hitler credits? So you just like normal American kids but you had a last name but I I think once every twenty pages someone goes. Hey aren't you related to Adolf Hitler and we'll be like we'll demure we'll be like knack kinda and then everything else about a picnic. Think about a company picnic. This this is a movie now. It's book to would. What would you do jumping the gun to a movie? We're about that it's a book it's a book and and it's about a company picnic and every now and then the whole book is about a company Picnic. Didn't have to be if you have something you think is better that you guys are anything's better. I think that it's really bad about it. For Friends of the magical local bear. That's a whole different I. That's a whole hour ended a whole different genre okay. Then let's stick to the company Picnic. You love okay. I didn't fall in love with that. I don't like the one pitch it it to me at this point. I'm not saying there's literally no book here except for you saying I'm I'm not Hitler which that's that's the book. Right bill gets put. The book is about US trying to convince you to do the book. And it's about a you push back on doing the book you don't WanNa do it and that's the book and it's the story of this meeting eating and then maybe we make it into movie. Maybe we don't but either way I think this is a great project and again it's all about our name and how we're not him. It's so it's not about anything it could be. I mean what are you trying to do over here right now. Nothing I just wanted to leave my office okay. So this is a book but a guy who loves his office. He's insane about it but two guys who don't want to say related to Hitler because they were but they weren't are in it and it's this guy struggle to get these guys out of his office. Will you guys definitely stick around like Hitler's Hitler's. Yeah no yeah. We're having kids. I don't know if we told you that it's going to be generated tone. Want this. We're like bedbugs. Were their in their names and locations were withheld by the reporter. Anna another author of the book the last of the Hitler's quote at their via AH vehement and repeated requests. They would be. They don't can you guys not say where we live with who we are just not. She's not put that out there. You know what I mean some people. I'll have reservations about us. The home the family grew up in eventually. They moved out eventually became a crack house for for a little while. Apropos then a contractor moved in in nineteen ninety nine and he picks it up when he was fixing up he found blood lab equipment and German newspapers behind a wall board board. That has the make you feel good here. Before some Hitler's this is a bunch of blood and I don't want the place anymore I I won't waste German. Filmmaker came by and told the contractor. A Hitler had lived in the House. Contract said quote. I was like a Hitler lived here and ran a blood lab. What what is this? The boys.

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"hitler" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"So William is I think the only guy we know who stood up to Hitler I mean everybody diplomat for a while. Yeah but they're against guys dry comes up but William like went right at him so he didn't give he didn't give away on the job you wanted but instead he gave him money to gain the equivalent of two hundred fifty thousand dollars. Oh aw some serious go away. That's good cherish. Obviously the relationship is over. Whatever I shall never forget? The last time he sent for me he was in a brutal temper. When I arrived walking back and forth week all regular mood your regular Hitler? Walking back and forth brandishing his horse hide ride wit. He shouted insults at my head as if he were delivering a political oration his eventually is our eventual brutality. On on that day made me fear for my physical safety. According to William that was the last time he ever saw his uncle Hitler. And that's a good thing. He left Germany any in January nineteen thirty nine and return to Britain but being a Hitler was now even worse than when he left in one thousand nine hundred eighty three right and MHM. He got a very frosty reception right to separate us out from his horrible uncle. He then wrote an article for look magazine titled Quote. Y why I hate my uncle. Oh Gee this is you do not keep poking the bear you may two hundred and fifty. You know what I mean you you you exit stage right you're uh-huh Williams. Do just seems very much like a guy who just wants to feel good at the time. Right thinker yeah right imagine that it was published on July Fourth Nineteen thirty nine an article with a six page photo illustration I e crossing his arms like genetically defined to do send that article. Davor my guess is maybe at a different. Yeah he told the world what it was like to be Adolf Hitler's nephew including the first time you met his uncle and a rally quote being very close to to my father at the time he autographed this picture for me. He had cakes and whip cream. Hitler's favorite dessert. I was struck by his intensity his feminine gestures and there was Dandruff on his coat. fucking to Hitler. Hitler read that he would swing bring me his hands. Sit neff young head. Only he wrote about The dark family secrets quote when I visited visited. So he's still releasing the dark family secrets even though he was paid to not well. You don't look magazine. Another respected publication. It's not okay. That's the Democrats can learn something from William when I visited Berlin in Nineteen thirty-one the family. It was in trouble Geli Rupaul. The daughter of Hitler's my father's sister had committed suicide. Everyone knew that Hitler and she had long. I've been intimate and that. She had been expecting a child a fact that enraged Hitler his revolver was found by your body and so the the implication being that he is fucking his cousin. Yeah and then she got pregnant by him and then he killed it right He explained that uncle off loved entertaining. Beautiful women that he had suicidal tendencies and is intimidation. Tactics in the intimidation tactics used to control all the rich regime. Oppressing within Germany right Williams mother was going on a lecture tour at the invitation of publisher William Randolph. And off hearst allow to support a book she had just written titled My Brother Adolph She Sa- cashing in on the family. And you gotTa make awesome. Money capitalists someone's doing genocide. Write a book right. I mean put an article the paper. Yeah Yeah truly. I'd like this is where the media's like a sympathetic pathetic look at the Hitler's I mean at this point. America's like Hitler bad or good. Obviously Europe is more no. He's bad he's here. He's bad But Yeah I mean people still want the people want the goods on them. They want to hear the gossip in the past better So they're trying to cash in on. They're just like us now obviously. No one knows about the genocidal recital aspects of Hitler at this point coming down the road right. Although let's be fair American ships full of Jewish people right. Sorry we're assholes assholes. William decided to join his mother on the Strip. Okay in my brother Adolph. Bridget said quote in Vienna Adolf Hitler had been on on the brink of destitution by day. Worked as a laborer shoveling snow and beating carpets at night. He flopped down in immense hostile. Okay which yeah because one of the reasons Hitler rose to power is because economically devastated and a lot of guys were doing that she said The threat of being drafted was worse for him and that Adolf Hitler then fled Austria and came to Britain to avoid the draft interesting. The fear stayed with her between November nineteen twelve and April nineteen thirteen which actually was the British Sitcom the forgotten the fear in her really. Oh God that great summer for fear and Liverpool Yeah Bridgier of discussions around the kitchen stove She claimed Hitler was into astrology. and that it influenced many of the rights military strategies. That's always good to hear also that she persuaded him to clip and restyle his handlebar moustache mustache into what became his famous. Look I was that right. Well I thought wasn't okay go. Historians now call Bridget's book a work of tuttle fiction. Okay Okay and they completely reject the claim that he went to England in nineteen twelve to the whole thing is bullshit she's fully cashing in on right. Hillary did what am I wrong. I thought the Mustache Mustache came from like when you were wearing gas masks during combat. Oh I don't know you'd have to shake chaplain had it. It was a right actually found. Actually I don't think I have it here but there was an article quite came across these. These are the guys that are wearing the Hitler or Chaplin Moustache in Congress and named all the guys fan of chaplain. Or are you a Hitler. I'm actually a fan of Hitler who's this chaplain. While on the store with his mother William size zone opportunity to make money. People want to hear about Hitler especially from family members. He was offered a contract to write and lecture in the US. He spent the next few years giving lectures around America based on his essays. Why hate Michael and the follow up? What the German people are thinking? So he's fucking right. You gotTa Make Money Baby. Yeah yeah but it's MHM from December twenty six thousand nine hundred eighty nine Hartford current quote. Young Hitler talked at some length. uh-huh Hitler sound like scrappy. Do from Scooby Doo or the little iota baby. Yeah Right Young Hitler or Sheldon like the Big Bang theory. Spinoff uh-huh Hitler young. Hiller talked at some length of Germany's chances in the present conflict of little known weaknesses in the Nazi war machine of the Nazi Propaganda Hannah system which he says is so well developed that it is too good only the ignorant. Germans are now completely taken in by Mr Google and his propaganda. Yeah that didn't sound familiar. That doesn't that makes you feel confident. His elect yeah. It's it's like he's basically saying well everybody everybody most people see that's bullshit just these fucking ru. SFA We're at the phase where it's just like I mean look there's just a certain sect that just believe everything and it's dangerous anyway. Let's see how this ties about Eternal Matt. Anyway we're GONNA impeach him well not really. His lectures were well attended. Quote of the visit of the fears. Twenty seven year. Old Nephew Hartford was the occasion of much curiosity. As soon as word of his arrival was noised raised about the hotel. Visitors sought him out simply for the unusual sensation of being able to shake hands with him. And say Hello Mr Hitler Way in today's as world without question he would be on dancing with the stars. Hundred percent yeah absolutely on Atari come to dance with me lately or whatever. It's called an English stately. Come down strictly strictly come dancing learning. That's what they do. Yes good a Kuwait distorted as.

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"hitler" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"So William is I think the only guy we know who stood up to Hitler I mean everybody diplomat for a while. Yeah but they're against guys dry comes up but William like went right at him so he didn't give he didn't give away on the job you wanted but instead he gave him money to gain the equivalent of two hundred fifty thousand dollars. Oh aw some serious go away. That's good cherish. Obviously the relationship is over. Whatever I shall never forget? The last time he sent for me he was in a brutal temper. When I arrived walking back and forth week all regular mood your regular Hitler? Walking back and forth brandishing his horse hide ride wit. He shouted insults at my head as if he were delivering a political oration his eventually is our eventual brutality. On on that day made me fear for my physical safety. According to William that was the last time he ever saw his uncle Hitler. And that's a good thing. He left Germany any in January nineteen thirty nine and return to Britain but being a Hitler was now even worse than when he left in one thousand nine hundred eighty three right and MHM. He got a very frosty reception right to separate us out from his horrible uncle. He then wrote an article for look magazine titled Quote. Y why I hate my uncle. Oh Gee this is you do not keep poking the bear you may two hundred and fifty. You know what I mean you you you exit stage right you're uh-huh Williams. Do just seems very much like a guy who just wants to feel good at the time. Right thinker yeah right imagine that it was published on July Fourth Nineteen thirty nine an article with a six page photo illustration I e crossing his arms like genetically defined to do send that article. Davor my guess is maybe at a different. Yeah he told the world what it was like to be Adolf Hitler's nephew including the first time you met his uncle and a rally quote being very close to to my father at the time he autographed this picture for me. He had cakes and whip cream. Hitler's favorite dessert. I was struck by his intensity his feminine gestures and there was Dandruff on his coat. fucking to Hitler. Hitler read that he would swing bring me his hands. Sit neff young head. Only he wrote about The dark family secrets quote when I visited visited. So he's still releasing the dark family secrets even though he was paid to not well. You don't look magazine. Another respected publication. It's not okay. That's the Democrats can learn something from William when I visited Berlin in Nineteen thirty-one the family. It was in trouble Geli Rupaul. The daughter of Hitler's my father's sister had committed suicide. Everyone knew that Hitler and she had long. I've been intimate and that. She had been expecting a child a fact that enraged Hitler his revolver was found by your body and so the the implication being that he is fucking his cousin. Yeah and then she got pregnant by him and then he killed it right He explained that uncle off loved entertaining. Beautiful women that he had suicidal tendencies and is intimidation. Tactics in the intimidation tactics used to control all the rich regime. Oppressing within Germany right Williams mother was going on a lecture tour at the invitation of publisher William Randolph. And off hearst allow to support a book she had just written titled My Brother Adolph She Sa- cashing in on the family. And you gotTa make awesome. Money capitalists someone's doing genocide. Write a book right. I mean put an article the paper. Yeah Yeah truly. I'd like this is where the media's like a sympathetic pathetic look at the Hitler's I mean at this point. America's like Hitler bad or good. Obviously Europe is more no. He's bad he's here. He's bad But Yeah I mean people still want the people want the goods on them. They want to hear the gossip in the past better So they're trying to cash in on. They're just like us now obviously. No one knows about the genocidal recital aspects of Hitler at this point coming down the road right. Although let's be fair American ships full of Jewish people right. Sorry we're assholes assholes. William decided to join his mother on the Strip. Okay in my brother Adolph. Bridget said quote in Vienna Adolf Hitler had been on on the brink of destitution by day. Worked as a laborer shoveling snow and beating carpets at night. He flopped down in immense hostile. Okay which yeah because one of the reasons Hitler rose to power is because economically devastated and a lot of guys were doing that she said The threat of being drafted was worse for him and that Adolf Hitler then fled Austria and came to Britain to avoid the draft interesting. The fear stayed with her between November nineteen twelve and April nineteen thirteen which actually was the British Sitcom the forgotten the fear in her really. Oh God that great summer for fear and Liverpool Yeah Bridgier of discussions around the kitchen stove She claimed Hitler was into astrology. and that it influenced many of the rights military strategies. That's always good to hear also that she persuaded him to clip and restyle his handlebar moustache mustache into what became his famous. Look I was that right. Well I thought wasn't okay go. Historians now call Bridget's book a work of tuttle fiction. Okay Okay and they completely reject the claim that he went to England in nineteen twelve to the whole thing is bullshit she's fully cashing in on right. Hillary did what am I wrong. I thought the Mustache Mustache came from like when you were wearing gas masks during combat. Oh I don't know you'd have to shake chaplain had it. It was a right actually found. Actually I don't think I have it here but there was an article quite came across these. These are the guys that are wearing the Hitler or Chaplin Moustache in Congress and named all the guys fan of chaplain. Or are you a Hitler. I'm actually a fan of Hitler who's this chaplain. While on the store with his mother William size zone opportunity to make money. People want to hear about Hitler especially from family members. He was offered a contract to write and lecture in the US. He spent the next few years giving lectures around America based on his essays. Why hate Michael and the follow up? What the German people are thinking? So he's fucking right. You gotTa Make Money Baby. Yeah yeah but it's MHM from December twenty six thousand nine hundred eighty nine Hartford current quote. Young Hitler talked at some length. uh-huh Hitler sound like scrappy. Do from Scooby Doo or the little iota baby. Yeah Right Young Hitler or Sheldon like the Big Bang theory. Spinoff uh-huh Hitler young. Hiller talked at some length of Germany's chances in the present conflict of little known weaknesses in the Nazi war machine of the Nazi Propaganda Hannah system which he says is so well developed that it is too good only the ignorant. Germans are now completely taken in by Mr Google and his propaganda. Yeah that didn't sound familiar. That doesn't that makes you feel confident. His elect yeah. It's it's like he's basically saying well everybody everybody most people see that's bullshit just these fucking ru. SFA We're at the phase where it's just like I mean look there's just a certain sect that just believe everything and it's dangerous anyway. Let's see how this ties about Eternal Matt. Anyway we're GONNA impeach him well not really. His lectures were well attended. Quote of the visit of the fears. Twenty seven year. Old Nephew Hartford was the occasion of much curiosity. As soon as word of his arrival was noised raised about the hotel. Visitors sought him out simply for the unusual sensation of being able to shake hands with him. And say Hello Mr Hitler Way in today's as world without question he would be on dancing with the stars. Hundred percent yeah absolutely on Atari come to dance with me lately or whatever. It's called an English stately. Come down strictly strictly come dancing learning. That's what they do. Yes good a Kuwait distorted as.

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"hitler" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

13:24 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Can I ask you. What sheets alike have you tried? Actually haven't tried that sheets. It's now I haven't either. Can you know but I from what I've seen. You put him over yourself and your runaround night and your Ghost Yup oh goodness the Mexican capper. We'll do it yes way to do it. number is it nice. To be in. America is a nice place. It's Nutley yes I love it. I love CNN to what just happened. I think my mother finally got my letter of things. The nets to Dave Anthony things right. He's really weird there. Are you know they really inform you. So that's a good place to go. Ah Yes biased. No good no no no no. They're bought yes exactly. I do sometimes go to folks. Good good that's great. That's a lot of really great. Things have happened because Fox News when I think the one thing thing is that they've all got dyed hair. Yeah so we do all you so you can decide the lila yet. And they'll look at. It slimy in Greasy. Yeah you'd watch. It's a lovely lovely I. I don't know why I didn't write the report on the skies Birthday to date got blown it. I'm going to say Let me estimate right here In Eighteen fleiss funny money. Six eight hundred eighty six with okay. You WanNa shout it or do you want to just say it like a kid on the young gentleman alleys junior aloes junior. How do you see Al.? Al Sermon Name. No list right. Yeah you wouldn't pronounce German. It's not French. Oh we're all German interesting. I'M GONNA say Alleys L. Louise or Louise Halloween okay. Alloys junior was born in eighteen. Ninety six you just said eighteen eighty six before that's better. It's a terrible start. He didn't have a great dad. His Dad obviously allie someone relates. Elliot's senior what are you talking about my daddy my dad every day. There's Allio senior alleys and that's him as a baby sort of made. It looks like he has two little moles making out under his nose. If he's got a snuggle tooth like a little he doesn't like that a yeah. Thank you looks dogfish Alley junior left home at fourteen the older alleys swore he would never give the boy a penny of inheritance says fathers never gonNA give them anything beyond fourteen okay So his relationship with his stepmother was also strange so he just bail tae and He went to he went to England. And then got a job at a hotel as a waiter in Dublin Ireland. Okay Now elouise and bridget met in Dublin at a horse show. ninety-nine sure our show obviously a show up soon of horses wife whose wife is not a horse. Good question we we know of. Yeah well this is one that was legal. Anyway She was she was seventeen. He was Austrian. And and twenty seven K. I didn't I didn't say where it came from. I unplugged that okay So that's so you can do the math there go well. He's a yes age gap. There's legality tape and he's born in seven years old and he's going to eight hundred eighty six years one thousand nine hundred twenty seven years of what year was he born. He was born in eighty. Two you're supposed to have an answer over there doing in nineteen. Oh nine So that's eighteen yes. We got human calculator. So Louise what you laughing at. Okay always told bridge that he was a wealthy Hotel honor studying studying the industry in other parts of Europe. So that's why Ireland said. He told her that. Because you don't that's not us saying thing he was this you're saying. He told her that we already know what he did. which is a waiter at that hotel? Oh okay but he's instead like I'm just here studying also hotels tabletops if there's anything I want to take back you know because they can invest anywhere and I do and I do He was handsome. He wore fashionable clothes and he had a handlebar moustache. We saw the mustache. I wouldn't even call handle DAD's. Oh that was his dad's Oh by the way his dad definitely looks like if a wizard turned to plug into a man. Yeah okay so he had a handlebar. Okay Gotcha so so oh he. He was great. He seemed like a man of the world. Bridget righties foreigner guy says he has a lot of money. He sweep sweeps bridget. Offer feet share. Okay quote everything. He he said was so new and interesting that even his broken English seemed charming right and because it sounds so new and interesting because it is a lie. Yes right so that's why. Yeah let's why Sandra Andre you're coming up with them on a hot air balloon really. Yes the began. Seeing a lot of each other. She lived in a tiny flat on upper. Stanhope Street okay. And now she met the man of dreams Yeah In the sense that dream reality. Yes right They started planning their future together. A year went by romance. Just built now. You feel this bill of heightened romance definitely. He's yeah he's doing that. I hopefully soon. But he's doing that he's about to undercut it all with something but but in truth always was not a wealthy hotel starting. He was a waiter at the hotel who had been hired through an employment. Originally this I stayed in. Shut up really really. I'm sure we go. We stayed at my rich. Paul isn't is that a nice beautiful stories. Envoy shots John. I'm thinking I'm sure she's listening. She won't be she's not so so then bridget's father found this out. He found out that he's a waiter. Yeah he's not happy undercover. He'd have wanted to see what it was like to be way to make sure to establish a great of undercover boss. Fake he so. William doesn't think that this alloys can provide I write a so he's like you gotta call it off so they elope okay. They go go to London. The married on June third nineteen ten okay. Bridget's father is furious. Share you tried to get alloys arrested for kidnapping being sure. Bridget comes and talks her data out of it. She's like that's not a great way to start. Marriage says that is unmarried. And plus I think the second the cops get here and be like no. I'm into it. They're like oh it doesn't sound like a eighteen at that point which is basically thirty five at that time they had a son in nineteen eleven. So they're doing it. They're having a lot of the sex. Yeah no I think that's we can gather that the gaps so EZE William is this bornes young William. The son was born in Liverpool. Okay which seemed to have ended the feud with bridget's father who made the trip back back to Liverpool for the baptism of his first grandchild. William Patrick Hitler Patrick. What Hitler He's Hitler that's and again he's from Australia. So this is this. This is the Come Sir I've just got so parched speechless this is a okay so this is Alice. Hitler was allies. Hitler junior older half brother of Adolf Hitler. Okay does onto big things Dave. Steve did not as rich as British father suspected he's not as fun as it wasn't meant as bridget's father suspected. The family was very poor. His cousin Adolf wasn't doing much better. Half Brother has a half brother. Ah Sorry I put cousin so you know his brother. I have a second okay so it office and doing much better. He's living in Austria living in a homeless shelter and In one thousand nine nine and then he switched to a public dormitory for men. Okay so that's that's great great brain it off but toby call locker room talk and Liverpool aloys went through a few different jobs including working at a restaurant a boarding house and hotel. What is it like with your wife at that point when she's like remember when you told me you were a millionaire Inara just yeah I don't like anyway I'm GonNa go see if I can be a Milkman? It's you know you love the guy so you're like all right. He lied I to me about Like a decent person. That's an issue but you know also obviously it's not great by the way clearly not something that runs in the family. As far as the oversell Was Not good with money and eventually went bankrupt. Okay ed which is what bridget's father said. What right so there was a lot of called? It called it a lot of what's going on here. You want another beer called this one so valley's year. Did what any shit together like your brother. Adolf Hitler doesn't situation and he bailed on his family. Sure I e went on on a gambling tour of Europe. Do the minute you lose your job. I'm only going to be at pot. Awada me OUGHTA gambling tour. Be Lose it all the foxwoods. Yeah I'm going to Morongo where I'm going to bet wildly. Come on guys. We've been having a lot of sadness at these shows. So that awesome plan didn't work out and in May nineteen fourteen. He went back to Germany where he sold safety razors safe right. And we all know. Safety Razors Yeah. Yeah the only razor. That's safe right when World War One broke out any chance. Always junior at reconnecting with bridget and Willie as he called him Willie We're gone gone. Forget right bridget would now raise William. Okay I'll louise fell in love Junior fell in love again Germany and he wanted to marry his new love. Heatherwick Heideman German. The most German name. That's a German name it's weird. It's we're time hardwick. HIDE HIDE WIG item. Just doesn't sound Germany. I got an Irish energy very feminine. Yeah Yeah but he. I've excited I did today to settle down now. He wanted to marry her but he was still married to Brigitte. Yeah right getting worse back then. It's very very hard sheriff. So he did what Hitler's do and he faked his death so he could cheese. What you do? So she liverpool the a raising willy. Nilly which is the Sitcom they started over there they did very well on TV actually. Now that Dad's got looks it's like I'm raising Willie. Yeah that's right on new raising really Didn't didn't work authorities found out and then they found and then they look into why he would do that and they found that he was still married bridget while he was married to so best case scenario. By the way. If you got if you're gonNA fake your death you really gotta do it properly. That's not the sort of thing where you won't be able to be like wait. Yeah here he is. I mean there better be ahead. Yeah Yeah exactly. Thank you Dave for outstanding how to do it properly. So in nineteen sixteen alloys was prosecuted for bigamy. He didn't go to jail though because bridget ended up saving him when she told the authorities..

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"hitler" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

13:24 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Can I ask you. What sheets alike have you tried? Actually haven't tried that sheets. It's now I haven't either. Can you know but I from what I've seen. You put him over yourself and your runaround night and your Ghost Yup oh goodness the Mexican capper. We'll do it yes way to do it. number is it nice. To be in. America is a nice place. It's Nutley yes I love it. I love CNN to what just happened. I think my mother finally got my letter of things. The nets to Dave Anthony things right. He's really weird there. Are you know they really inform you. So that's a good place to go. Ah Yes biased. No good no no no no. They're bought yes exactly. I do sometimes go to folks. Good good that's great. That's a lot of really great. Things have happened because Fox News when I think the one thing thing is that they've all got dyed hair. Yeah so we do all you so you can decide the lila yet. And they'll look at. It slimy in Greasy. Yeah you'd watch. It's a lovely lovely I. I don't know why I didn't write the report on the skies Birthday to date got blown it. I'm going to say Let me estimate right here In Eighteen fleiss funny money. Six eight hundred eighty six with okay. You WanNa shout it or do you want to just say it like a kid on the young gentleman alleys junior aloes junior. How do you see Al.? Al Sermon Name. No list right. Yeah you wouldn't pronounce German. It's not French. Oh we're all German interesting. I'M GONNA say Alleys L. Louise or Louise Halloween okay. Alloys junior was born in eighteen. Ninety six you just said eighteen eighty six before that's better. It's a terrible start. He didn't have a great dad. His Dad obviously allie someone relates. Elliot's senior what are you talking about my daddy my dad every day. There's Allio senior alleys and that's him as a baby sort of made. It looks like he has two little moles making out under his nose. If he's got a snuggle tooth like a little he doesn't like that a yeah. Thank you looks dogfish Alley junior left home at fourteen the older alleys swore he would never give the boy a penny of inheritance says fathers never gonNA give them anything beyond fourteen okay So his relationship with his stepmother was also strange so he just bail tae and He went to he went to England. And then got a job at a hotel as a waiter in Dublin Ireland. Okay Now elouise and bridget met in Dublin at a horse show. ninety-nine sure our show obviously a show up soon of horses wife whose wife is not a horse. Good question we we know of. Yeah well this is one that was legal. Anyway She was she was seventeen. He was Austrian. And and twenty seven K. I didn't I didn't say where it came from. I unplugged that okay So that's so you can do the math there go well. He's a yes age gap. There's legality tape and he's born in seven years old and he's going to eight hundred eighty six years one thousand nine hundred twenty seven years of what year was he born. He was born in eighty. Two you're supposed to have an answer over there doing in nineteen. Oh nine So that's eighteen yes. We got human calculator. So Louise what you laughing at. Okay always told bridge that he was a wealthy Hotel honor studying studying the industry in other parts of Europe. So that's why Ireland said. He told her that. Because you don't that's not us saying thing he was this you're saying. He told her that we already know what he did. which is a waiter at that hotel? Oh okay but he's instead like I'm just here studying also hotels tabletops if there's anything I want to take back you know because they can invest anywhere and I do and I do He was handsome. He wore fashionable clothes and he had a handlebar moustache. We saw the mustache. I wouldn't even call handle DAD's. Oh that was his dad's Oh by the way his dad definitely looks like if a wizard turned to plug into a man. Yeah okay so he had a handlebar. Okay Gotcha so so oh he. He was great. He seemed like a man of the world. Bridget righties foreigner guy says he has a lot of money. He sweep sweeps bridget. Offer feet share. Okay quote everything. He he said was so new and interesting that even his broken English seemed charming right and because it sounds so new and interesting because it is a lie. Yes right so that's why. Yeah let's why Sandra Andre you're coming up with them on a hot air balloon really. Yes the began. Seeing a lot of each other. She lived in a tiny flat on upper. Stanhope Street okay. And now she met the man of dreams Yeah In the sense that dream reality. Yes right They started planning their future together. A year went by romance. Just built now. You feel this bill of heightened romance definitely. He's yeah he's doing that. I hopefully soon. But he's doing that he's about to undercut it all with something but but in truth always was not a wealthy hotel starting. He was a waiter at the hotel who had been hired through an employment. Originally this I stayed in. Shut up really really. I'm sure we go. We stayed at my rich. Paul isn't is that a nice beautiful stories. Envoy shots John. I'm thinking I'm sure she's listening. She won't be she's not so so then bridget's father found this out. He found out that he's a waiter. Yeah he's not happy undercover. He'd have wanted to see what it was like to be way to make sure to establish a great of undercover boss. Fake he so. William doesn't think that this alloys can provide I write a so he's like you gotta call it off so they elope okay. They go go to London. The married on June third nineteen ten okay. Bridget's father is furious. Share you tried to get alloys arrested for kidnapping being sure. Bridget comes and talks her data out of it. She's like that's not a great way to start. Marriage says that is unmarried. And plus I think the second the cops get here and be like no. I'm into it. They're like oh it doesn't sound like a eighteen at that point which is basically thirty five at that time they had a son in nineteen eleven. So they're doing it. They're having a lot of the sex. Yeah no I think that's we can gather that the gaps so EZE William is this bornes young William. The son was born in Liverpool. Okay which seemed to have ended the feud with bridget's father who made the trip back back to Liverpool for the baptism of his first grandchild. William Patrick Hitler Patrick. What Hitler He's Hitler that's and again he's from Australia. So this is this. This is the Come Sir I've just got so parched speechless this is a okay so this is Alice. Hitler was allies. Hitler junior older half brother of Adolf Hitler. Okay does onto big things Dave. Steve did not as rich as British father suspected he's not as fun as it wasn't meant as bridget's father suspected. The family was very poor. His cousin Adolf wasn't doing much better. Half Brother has a half brother. Ah Sorry I put cousin so you know his brother. I have a second okay so it office and doing much better. He's living in Austria living in a homeless shelter and In one thousand nine nine and then he switched to a public dormitory for men. Okay so that's that's great great brain it off but toby call locker room talk and Liverpool aloys went through a few different jobs including working at a restaurant a boarding house and hotel. What is it like with your wife at that point when she's like remember when you told me you were a millionaire Inara just yeah I don't like anyway I'm GonNa go see if I can be a Milkman? It's you know you love the guy so you're like all right. He lied I to me about Like a decent person. That's an issue but you know also obviously it's not great by the way clearly not something that runs in the family. As far as the oversell Was Not good with money and eventually went bankrupt. Okay ed which is what bridget's father said. What right so there was a lot of called? It called it a lot of what's going on here. You want another beer called this one so valley's year. Did what any shit together like your brother. Adolf Hitler doesn't situation and he bailed on his family. Sure I e went on on a gambling tour of Europe. Do the minute you lose your job. I'm only going to be at pot. Awada me OUGHTA gambling tour. Be Lose it all the foxwoods. Yeah I'm going to Morongo where I'm going to bet wildly. Come on guys. We've been having a lot of sadness at these shows. So that awesome plan didn't work out and in May nineteen fourteen. He went back to Germany where he sold safety razors safe right. And we all know. Safety Razors Yeah. Yeah the only razor. That's safe right when World War One broke out any chance. Always junior at reconnecting with bridget and Willie as he called him Willie We're gone gone. Forget right bridget would now raise William. Okay I'll louise fell in love Junior fell in love again Germany and he wanted to marry his new love. Heatherwick Heideman German. The most German name. That's a German name it's weird. It's we're time hardwick. HIDE HIDE WIG item. Just doesn't sound Germany. I got an Irish energy very feminine. Yeah Yeah but he. I've excited I did today to settle down now. He wanted to marry her but he was still married to Brigitte. Yeah right getting worse back then. It's very very hard sheriff. So he did what Hitler's do and he faked his death so he could cheese. What you do? So she liverpool the a raising willy. Nilly which is the Sitcom they started over there they did very well on TV actually. Now that Dad's got looks it's like I'm raising Willie. Yeah that's right on new raising really Didn't didn't work authorities found out and then they found and then they look into why he would do that and they found that he was still married bridget while he was married to so best case scenario. By the way. If you got if you're gonNA fake your death you really gotta do it properly. That's not the sort of thing where you won't be able to be like wait. Yeah here he is. I mean there better be ahead. Yeah Yeah exactly. Thank you Dave for outstanding how to do it properly. So in nineteen sixteen alloys was prosecuted for bigamy. He didn't go to jail though because bridget ended up saving him when she told the authorities..

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"hitler" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"hitler" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"Practicing cultism without approval by the regime, and these debunk IRS who were being hired to enlighten people started to get the stop on their tail. So you know, what we don't really like what you're doing. Because you're undermining the, you know, magicians, circle, the magic circle, and they're magicians you're giving the tricks of the trade away, you're undermining their act like will yet because they're they're doing cultism, and they're making people believe they can transport themselves in talk to dead people and know in clairvoyance in and Hitler in the shop, intervene and say, yeah, we'd prefer you to do that. After all of his supposedly Cultus stuff about how Germans need to be scarred educated. The few bunkers they have are told the can't do the performances anymore because undermining belief in magic or faith in magic. So it's really contradictory embitterment and Hitler's actually friends with the head of the Hitler of the magician circle is guide named helmet Schreiber. I have a picture of them together in my book. So there you go like there's not a consistent policy against a cultism or border science or paganism. They they rehabilitate bunch of freemasons as they joined the party and don't beat sectarian groups anymore. Mum biodynamic agriculture. What are the main pillars of anthroposophy one of the most popular cult doctrines the last hundred years you've probably heard a Steiner, I'm assuming that's he comes up because of Waldorf schools stuff. Find a gun culture says you've got a planet. Certain. Times when the moon and stars there's cert alignments. There's absolutely no proof. It works. It's based on Cosmo biology astrology, you've got almost every leading Nazi promoting it. To the point where even Heidrick who's arresting everybody. Right. Like, you know, what he writes, Dr a and later Himmler, you wanna have biodynamic agriculture farmers. That's fine. Just make sure they're not doing the other anthroposophy stuff that they're not going to Dr schools and say Rudolf, Steiner's personal savior, if they're not doing that. I want arrest them. But it get it shows the ability. It's that the the supernatural thinking that the bothers them it's the potential rivalry with their own politics. Their own ideas around organizations or the St.. At the end of the book, you were talking about Nazi wonder weapons, and I. I've been watching with this Dane, the amount of modern takes on history. Archaeology the paranormal that seemed to celebrate the Nordic celebrate the idea that the Nazis had magic weapons that Hitler still survived. These ideas to me at first they seem like harmless, you know, fantasy, but the more I look into the warm concern that these were actually ideas of of Nazis didn't win the war but wanted to keep the ideas alive. Have you looked at any of that is are these ideas themselves sourced from Nazi ideas? Also, you there's a few different things in the cluster of of questions just raise which are really good one. What I'm trying to show is the banality supernatural thanking not glorify it not talk about torchlight processions at the veils Berg, and yeah, they're evil. But isn't it kind of cool that they resuscitate? Arthur I'm trying to show without being disdained full of people who believe in the culture new age because many Americans do I don't think every which is a potential Nazi how the the absurdity of a lot of this. And how it was usually unproductive. Right. It may have helped them get power among small group of of Germans and get away with certain things. But ultimately undermined a lot of what they did. And the miracle weapons is just a case study of that they had all this great technology, but they often made decisions about whether pursue nuclear power not based on series of Irian physics or World Series versus Jewish physics. They put way too much money into weird projects because Hitler Himmler loved rocket ships in science fiction that they'd been reading in the twenties and thirties and didn't understand hidden forces that were actually real like, atomic physics terribly. Well, because it was Jewish. So they didn't invest a lot in right beer. I use fear is it's wonderful. He's the most important minister when it comes to World War to he's the one in charge of the entire armaments industry..

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"hitler" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"hitler" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"And that great thinkers in charismatic leaders, Jesus Buddha and Muhammed gerbo stocks at this seemed to have the ability to manipulate people in this way by appealing to their emotions and faith more than reason. And Hitler thought it was really important. He learned how to do that. So did he really think there is magic that can be manipulated or in clairvoyance? It's not completely clear to me. He did. But he certainly thought enough people believed in those ideas in Germany Austria that he could manipulate them by learning the stipulations and the end the the tone, and the kind of methods of these great charismatic religious leaders. And so that's kind of what I focus on. How how his interpretation of kind of pop parapsychology merges well with the fascination that many people in Weimar have with spirituality curriculums medic leaders, a desire to to be moved emotionally more than rationally and Hitler is able to tap into that. Right. It's easy. Perfect. Is in the right time, the right place to people on that level. You know, you talked about so many fringe believes which were. Embraced by various top nod sees. But but what they coming back to in the in the text was how that within any of these groups if any of them seemed like they were giving out messages that were considered sectarian that they would be shut down people be arrested. They just I don't wanna say crush that might be too dramatic. But ultimately, they really seem concerned about people with similar ideas, but different agendas from existing. So how how did not he's work about crushing all these ideologically similar groups 'cause I really not read much about that before. Right right questions. So two things for context one. We're talking about fascist regime. So it's not surprising that when they don't agree with someone including people on party. They killed a bunch of Nazis in nineteen thirty four. They were worried about having a second revolution if the fascist regime. They're not the most tolerant in the world. They don't always follow the letter of the law. Right. They don't always believe in the rule of law. So the. Back at certain occult groups among all these other groups, they went after gypsies Jehovah's Witnesses to some degree Catholics, even the pan German league, which of Nazis, it was Pat German Yellen ban them, we shouldn't be surprised number one. So people are like is stories. You're like, oh, look, they they persecuted the freemasons, and they, you know, banned the anthroposophic whatever fringe society in thirty seven while there. It's a fascist. State that bans a lot of groups that they deem sectarian. But the thing beyond them being fascist not a liberal regime is they were conflicted when they ban different groups because as you suggest they embraced a lot of these ideas, and they would often make arbitrary distinctions that go back to the broader cult millions of the late nineteenth century. No, the recall to said, I'm a scientist that person's a popular or commercial occultist, which is wants to manipulate old ladies, they don't really want to conduct experiments in a lab. Like, I do right because I have an engineering degree. Of course. I probably didn't have the physics degree. They actually required say, well, I haven't engineering degree x Ray machine as I can catch apparitions, ease it or just manipulating you saying you're talking to your ad that tension between the real occultist or scientific and modern and the, you know, the the medieval popular commercial ones. That for many, right wing culture. Stay associated with Jews were just trying to make a buck that Kantian just reproduces itself in the Third Reich. So what some historians interpret is the Third Reich going after a cultism. I interpreted them being very selective about what they consider sectarian someone who doesn't map onto their ideology or isn't a member of the party, right? Or who is seen to have an independent view in-coming? Yep. You late people on their own. Arrival to Hitler, like Rudolf Steiner. You know, a lot of these anthroposophy..

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"hitler" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"hitler" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"There's a lot of Nazis seem to believe in it and beat Rosenberg the head of kind of Nazi religious thinking, they're all more invested in it than Hitler. But if you compare Hitler to Heidrick or gerring, he's far more religious in the way, he used the world e I need seems to embrace the idea that faith is necessary in needs to be kind of instilled in people than than Heidrick who's just anti kind of almost any kind of religion. So hit. Or somewhere like everything in between. He's not a conventional Christian. I just don't see how anyone could argue that he's probably not even a German Christian. He doesn't seem. He doesn't talk about Jesus as great figure very often hill occasionally talk about Christians were persecuted by Jews are all say, no Christianity was good until Paul took over who is a Jew. Unlike Jesus, right? So he's he somehow gotten bits and pieces of this weird area. Nice christianity. But most of all I'd say he thinks there are there are hidden forces. There's there's forces of divine providence, and that probably the best way to articulate or reach those kinds of spirituality are through Germanic and Indo Aryan religions, he talks all the time. But how Shinto is great Hinduism Buddhism are cool Islam as a lot of great elements in his religion of heroism. But Christianity at least in so far as it's relies on Judaism. Is corrupt anti area. It's all about the afterlife. Which is why no one wants to be a warrior in sacrifice themselves for the folk and that is a week religion. And we'd be better off if our people were not so invested in it. So he's very eclectic. I wouldn't say devout follower of anything. But he's clearly parroting a lot of the ideas of these other Nazis and these late nineteenth century thinkers in a very unsystematic way. Does that help on say, yes? And he wanted to follow up to that too into osc about magic that seemed to be important to Hitler as well. You took a little bit about the evidence that we have that Hitler might dabbled with magical theory too. Right. So magic in this kind of new occult universe. You know, the parallels idea of demonic power, not demon like a devil. You probably know all this because of your show, but did demonic like kind of forces in the kind of union, psychological powers of manipulation. And you know, magic is is possibly a real force of charisma bag netted personality now, the more occult oriented think there really are magic that could be harnessed. But what's very clear is that Hitler thought. The field of modern psychology is interesting. He read law bones theory of crowds crab relation. Any also seemingly read given the annotation. A book by parapsychologists called magic. And the stuffy underlined some of it was like, you know, how lucid fairy ideas are good and pre Christian paganism, what is really the most authentic religion. But a lot of it's about manipulating people by using the power of your mind, and, you know, magnetic personality, and charisma, and, you know, those kinds of things so what we have is at Hitler thought. Magic whatever he he meant by it. Wasn't important phenomena. Whether it was a real appearance phenomena mind waves, magnetic, powers, psychological energies or hidden occult stuff that he could use to manipulate people and get them on his side..

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"hitler" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"hitler" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"States or Leon Blum's, France. And that's what makes it both. Interested in scary. That pendulum instant institute at that made me, but I think it's probably got some questions about stola g to view, but I just want to sit in the scene a little bit more. So we've been talking about him. Learn referring to some of these projects in haste as well. Was this something that was really governs? Five PM ler did these planes in ideas in the goals? They come from Hitler at all where they really painless in particular Hitler is the most powerful Nazi to embrace all three aspects of the supernatural imaginary described. He he's interested in cultism is interested in the border SCI. He's interested in the pig alternative religion. Not pre Nazi is equally invested in all three of the highest ranking, Nazis Himmler, Hitler gurgles as green, you know, Himmler is the one who's most invested in has the most money in kind of. Energy for it. Hess is probably similar, but has didn't have the same influence for as long wasn't maybe a systematic and getting resources or deploying resources. But of course, he consults astrologers to he he believes in anthroposophy to some extent gerring probably would be of the five I named five or six probably the least interested. Though, he supports these kind of odd experiments of creating prehistoric animals based on, you know, border scientific ideas about evolution in ration- racial breeding that he can go hunt in Poland his cousin who's as well known psychologists works with the most famous parapsychologist, Germany Hans bender, so even greens tied to it. But he if we were just talking about gerring, this wouldn't be that interesting story. But when you bring in Himmler in hats, and then recalls who's hiring, no stra dominance specialist to develop propaganda base that astrology thinking, I it's could influence the allies who frankly, there's no real evidence that that kind of propaganda influence them. And then continues it recognizing the Germans respond very well to Nostradamus propaganda, who's suppose, again invade what country when I mean. That fascinating in and of itself. And then you've got Hitler who is very electic with everything. Right. He wasn't formally educated. Just as smart person reads a lot. So on the one hand he'll make fun of you know, wandering, scholars in bear skins these early right wing thinkers that kind of helped create the Nazi party. But really wanted to talk about pendulum Dowsing ruins all the time says that's not how you create a modern party. And then he asked for a pendulum Dowsing comment or he starts talking about the swastikas is symbol of the sun. God in all these things which clearly show he's been reading some of this stuff for he says world ice theory is the best way to explain the world and agrees with him or they should give an honorary degree to one of the people who invented world ice theory. So Hitler kind of picks and chooses. Knowledged ain't her modern scientific thinker at other times. He's clearly operating realm of faith in border science. No. I just went through a few of them. You could go down the line the books chock full of them. Yeah. Let's talk about Hitler for just a minute. It would be weird to talk about a Nazi book and not talk about Hitler. But a couple of things come up a lot. When people talk about the Nazis when is the idea that Hitler might have been in eighth eest. But. I didn't see much of that in your book. And what I saw..

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"hitler" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"hitler" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"About making Germany strong country, which would result and prosperity for the German people who were hurting due to the disruption caused by the Wall Street crash of nineteen twenty nine and the effects of the great depression. So familiar. Literally, he's making comparison after comparison. So Trump getting us a better trade deal Canada. Mexico is like Hitler getting a trade deal with China's like Hitler bringing back American jobs because we're lowering tax rates. That's like Hitler, bringing back jobs makes you a Nazi and keep throwing around that word, man. And that comparison honestly Jews across the country should be pissed off at this. I I'm Jewish. I'm mad. You shouldn't even have to be Jewish. And be mad problem is what makes me mad is that they were dopey Jews out there. I can say that dopey Jews out there that are clueless as hell including mile rabbi here in town. Who is beyond naive and a fool. Because he would agree with this. And a guy like Hitler who literally ordered Jews and Christians, by the way to be rounded up and murdered you compare that to a Trump is doing and you're okay with it. You're okay with it. So Jews literally being murdered. The holocaust. That's okay. Juzar okay with this being used manipulated taken. So far to context, you can't even get into it. To try to make Trump look bad. You're okay. With that. I mean, it's just it's it's disgusting. It's absolutely disgusting. And there should be Jews from all around be. You'll be a big liberal all frigging care. You should say. This isn't right. This. This is not what Trump rounding up people putting him into concentration camps. L? He's really doesn't one well ice. Really? You're gonna tell me that people break the law. There's an ISIS is trying to arrest people that have warrants out for their arrest. It's not exactly what Hitler did with the Jews. Now is it? So so over just here the Democrats for what they are hearing on his aim was to unite the blonde haired, blue eyed, dramatic Aryan people against the Jews the Italians the polish anybody else. Hitler did not start did not support it. But he took over the party with charisma and leadership the Nazis and Hitler became synonymous much like Hitler took over the Nazi party. Trump.

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"hitler" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"hitler" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"The international order rather than to try to revise it but then hitler comes to power and he begins proactively the finely to work against the recite war stalin on the other hand has different motivation from the british british wanna deal that brings germany back into europe with a tweak a slight revision oversaw stolen is against the entire international order if so facto because imperialist capitalist imperialist as he calls but he's fearful that all of the imperial powers will form a coalition and gang up on him to invade and overthrow his regime and so he spends wall his time trying to prevent unimpeded realist or all capitalists coalition he wants to drive a wedge between the british and the french and germany so he spends a lot of time recruiting germany away from the british and the french this happens before hit look comes to power nineteen thirty three but it continues even after hitler's come to power hitler is spouting the most venomous in his speeches the most venomous anticommunist antisoviet anti russian antibolshevik verbiage imaginable and yet stalin still because he's motivated by this geopolitical understanding of preventing all imperials coalition stalin believes that he can avoid an attack on himself and he can somehow get the imperialists that is the capitalist powers to go to war against each other he can get a socialist revolution in germany or in france so his motivation and chamberlain's motivation coincide in the sense of both are attempting to recruit hitler away from the other and to to their side but obviously for different motivation and on august twenty third nineteen twenty nine nineteen thirty nine a big important yes of course august twenty third nineteen thirty nine right thank you it's amazing i can i can put my my pen down on any page in this book and you can make sure the date right you can lift that book alone impressive august twenty third nineteen thirty nine you're walking ribbentrop yes is in moscow yes and he signs and vr love molotov the soviet foreign minister cosigns a packed a non aggression pact yes between nazi germany and the soviet union stalin standing in the background the pictures show looking quite contented yes he was this is the high hi point of his diplomacy he's got hitler promising not only that it won't invade but that the soviet union they have bits of poland yes september first thirty nine the nazis invade poland seventeen days later the soviets invaded they also with within a period of months they pick up the baltic states south of poland they move into arabia so they move westward across a whole front yes they as a result of this nonaggression pact so i guess what the puzzle here is to what extent stung knows that hitler hates him that hitler has been talking about slot slavic subhumans rights phrase similar to that in mind cars stalin wants to defeat the entire west and yet he's willing to he's willing to make this agreement with nazi germany on behalf of what the old czarist impulse to the to retake old czar's territory what is going on here and how does it fit with in part one you stressed again in part one of this conversation you stressed again and again stalin his a communist true believer how does that packed fit with his communist true belief you're right the communists were shocked at the pack and in fact many of them repudiated their communist beliefs because they thought that communism was anti fascist to the core and the idea of doing a pact with hitler the nazi whom they call the fascist was beyond belief was very disillusioning for many true believers especially particularly or at least in part in this country communist party and this was terrible moment for them it was a blow right it was an emotional psychological blow i have to say the pact among the nazis was also blow because nazis work committed against what they call judeo bolshevism while the communist regime and the idea of doing even a temporary marriage of convenience with the communist was anathema to the nazi rank and file also but hitler and stalin didn't have to stand before the voters and so they could impose these packs which vicious seemed to vitiate the ideological precepts but here's the thinking once again in the competition with chamberlain for hitler's favour stalin one and what does that mean that meant that stalin had been able to turn hitler westward when hitler invaded poland on september first nineteen thirty nine few days after following some hesitation britain and france the.

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"hitler" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"hitler" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"And i went for nought nervosa tie hitler once we're going to get going i bicycle to school at once came up the baxter's carrying by bicycle that the and the the writer tall was his name of all things he came down and said you are is tried to blow them back way because you don't want to say well he was called bench crazy but if people were when you when you saw was at a small route how big was the room with adolf hitler was it a large stadium was it a house as a was outside i think it was not inside edge what did you think when you heard adolf hitler speak what i thought he was crazy now i mean i thought he was crazy and run you'll see some of his talks i sit in the mother two television is she does sound crazy hinder he founded gray's era but she doesn't see that how much of the world changed oh my god and has changed in one way or another way have long since this credits now do you think the world's gotten worse or better all i think it's chanted dangerous right now i think eating more dangerous than you were born in water won the whole world was fighting one or two when you were injured 20s now i've been different what do you think's dangerous now trump you're not a big trump fan i certainly am not what presidents did you like you've seen a liar night kulta but not necessarily for what he did although he edsel of bad luck just like obama likes obama.

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Rick Steves Germany Audio Tour?s?

00:57 sec | 6 years ago

Rothenburg ob der Tauber

"Government from the first dukes of brandenburg medieval times to the kings and emperors of prussia the weimar republic hitler and the nazis communist east germany and onto the democracy of today. Think of the history. This race dog has seen when the building was inaugurated in eighteen ninety-five germany was still kingdom ruled by the horns. All or and family. That had rained here for nearly five hundred years back then. The raisch dog was far from the real center of power. That was a mile east of here at the royal palace. Kaiser wilhelm the second disdainfully called this place. The rakes often house that chatting house for monkeys. But after the emperor was deposed in world war one the german republic was proclaimed right on this spot. Look above the door to see the promise. They carved into the facade. Tim deutschen folk to the german people that first democracy known as the weimar republic proved week. Meanwhile the storm of

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