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Joseph Goebbels is on Minds.com

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Sterling W. Sill - The laws of success

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Sterling W. Sill - The laws of success


01 The Law
02 The Lawgiver
03 The Law of Abundance
04 The Law of Advantage
05 The Law of Appreciation
06 The Law of Arrested Development
07 The Law of the Boomerang
08 The Law of Chance
09 The Law of Compensation
10 The Law of Concentration
11 The Law of Conditioned Responses
12 The Law of Consequences
13 The Law of Courage
14 The Law of Ego Recognition
15 The Law of Elegance
16 The Law of Evidence
17 The Law of Exaggeration
18 The Law of Example
19 The Law of Experience
20 The Law of Fear
21 The Law of Financial Respectability
22 The Law of Free Agency
23 The Law of Fusion
24 The Law of Glad Tidings
25 The Law of Gravity-Up
26 The Law of Growth
27 The Law of Health
28 The Law of the Hurdle
29 The Law of Hypochondria
30 The Law of Idleness
31 The Law of Instincts
32 The Law of Love
33 The Law of Loyalty
34 The Law of Maturity
35 The Law of Modification
36 The Law of Objectives
37 The Law of Positive Statement
38 The Law of Probability
39 The Law of Reason
40 The Law of Self-Control
41 The Law of Self-Deception
42 The Law of Self-Pity
43 The Law of Self-Supervision
44 The Law of the Split Personality
45 The Law of Symbols
46 The Laws of Teaching
47 The Law of Trifles
48 The Law of Vision
49 The Law of the Will
50 The Law of Words


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Some time ago, I heard the report of a discussion that had taken place between a university teacher of political science and a businessman with a strong religious avocation. The political science teacher said that politics and government should be the most important influence in our lives. The businessman, who had also had some political experience, said that his first allegiance was to the church. Then there was some discussion about priorities of these two great areas in our lives and where one's primary allegiance ought to be placed.

The political science teacll.er pointed out that good, solid government is the real basis for success in every field, including religion, for no activity prospers in the face of misrule, disorder, or anarchy. He noted that freedom of religion and real worship cannot exist at their best without righteous government, and even one's own personal devotions, his personal security, and his peace of mind can't proceed very far until he gets his basic politics straightened out. We know of many situations in which political persecution has destroyed the functions of religion, or a political leader has said to those seeking redress of grievances, "Your cause is just but I can do nothing for you."

There are also many forms of government that try to bind the consciences of men, and religion does not prosper under an evil dictatorship that attempts to make slaves out of its subjects and to dictate to them in matters of the mind and spirit. Certainly government and those who are responsible for government have a very important place in the life of every individual.

It is the duty of government to protect life and property, maintain order, guarantee fairness, and see that sedition, rebellion, or other evils do not interfere with freedom of religion and the natural God-given rights of each human being. Government even reaches into our family lives to regulate marriage and divorce, child welfare and neglect.

On the other hand, the businessman reasoned that his religious beliefs should take preference over his loyalty to the government. He argued that unless a person is imbued with the fundamental principles of religion and righteousness, no government can long prosper; many great civilizations have failed and disappeared from the earth because they have taken God and the church out of their lives and out of their government.

It seems to me that each one of us should have some strong arguments for ourselves on all sides of this proposition. It may be that each one is important. Even apart from the church, religion should permeate everything that we do in government, in business, in human relations, and particularly in our families. Governments should also foster the influences of real godliness. The value of both the church and the state can be judged by the kinds of laws they promote for the benefit of the people. Certainly the laws of the land should be compatible with the laws of God, and our United States Constitution provides that the government shall make no law that interferes with the freedom of religion. On the other hand, the freedom of religion must not interfere with nor infringe upon the rights of others.

The church is a divine institution organized by God himself for the benefit of man. It is responsible for teaching the great principles of truth upon which our eternal salvation depends. God himself has given many laws and commandments to regulate our lives. A great scripture says that governments were established by God for the benefit of man and that he will hold us responsible for our acts in relationship thereto. That is, the government is a divine institution, though it has a little different set of responsibilities from those of the church. The family is also a divine institution. And each of these great establishments has over the centuries been the focal point for the attack of evil.

Jesus himself was crucified, and each of the twelve apostles, with one exception, had a violent death imposed upon him. Isaiah described some of the problems of disobedience, persecution, and apostasy when he said, " ... they have transgressed the laws, changed the ordinance, broken the everlasting covenant." (Isaiah 24:5.) There are other forces continually at work against law and order, and many kinds of governments, including democratic, dictatorship, socialistic, and communistic. Over the centuries, many governments have risen and fallen because of their violation of the laws of God.

In our times, there are many attempts from both the outside and the inside to destroy the government, tear down the establishment, discredit our finest social traditions, and cause the deterioration of the family. We have a great need to separate the church and the state. The church has the difficult job of teaching truth and righteousness, building character, and preparing the souls of people not only for their place in the government and society of this life, but also for that life which lies beyond our mortal boundaries. The government has the responsibility for making and enforcing laws for the protection and benefit of all the people, religious or nonreligious. Both share one function: to make us successful and happy for both here and hereafter. The job of each, most simply stated, is to help us to honor, love, and obey the law-the laws of the land and the laws of the Lord.

The Lord said, "I will put my law into their hearts, and in their minds will I write them." (Hebrews 10:16.) It seems to me that this puts the Lord into the role of being our greatest political officer, as well as the head of the church. We are told that during the millennium he will establish a perfect theocracy upon this earth, with himself as the head of the government as well as the head of the church. The church and the state will then be combined, and he will rule forever, not only as Lord of lords, but also as King of kings.

The function of making and enforcing the law is given to senates, legislatures, parliaments, dictators, and individual citizens. A father recently reported that during their family home evening he was telling his family how very important it is in their lives for them to keep all of the commandments. One of his daughters said, "Daddy, how many commandments are there?" And so for the next family home evening, they took up the project of trying to enumerate the commandments. They included the Ten Commandments, the law of tithing, and the Word of Wisdom. They also included the important laws given by the Savior when a lawyer asked him, "Master, which is the greatest commandment in the law? Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets." (Matthew 22:35-40.)

The primary function of every individual is to discover and obey all the laws. The doctor, to be effective, must learn the laws of medicine. The successful agriculturalist must learn the laws of farming. He should know that if he plants his seed in a good seedbed and practices the laws having to do with fertilization, cultivation, and irrigation, and also has some knowledge of weed and insect control, he may hope to be a successful farmer. To effectively counsel his many clients, a lawyer may need thousands of law books; he must make himself familiar with all of the laws affecting his clients' welfare.

There are many laws that have not been written down or even discovered, and yet we must be subject to them. An old adage says, "Ignorance of the law excuses no one." If we do not know that the highway speed limit is fifty-five miles an hour and in our ignorance we travel eighty-five miles an hour, we must be ready to pay the penalty. If one has never learned that strychnine can kill, he places himself in great danger.

The apostle Paul said to the Romans, "For as many as have sinned without the law shall also perish without the law... " (Romans 2:12.) Our success depends upon how effective we are as discoverers and followers of all of the laws that will influence our success or failure. Benjamin Franklin discovered some of the laws of electricity. Newton discovered the law of gravity. Galileo discovered the law offalling bodies. Einstein discovered the law of relativity. Kepler discovered the law of planetary motion. There are laws of heredity, laws of learning, laws of business success, laws of motion, laws of holiness. Every great principle of truth, righteousness, and success is underwritten by fundamental, immutable laws.

The great multiplicity of the laws that govern our lives may at first seem overwhelming. However, we are not left entirely without assistance in understanding those laws that we must obey. Again, the Lord has said, "I will put my laws into their hearts, and in their minds will I write them." (Hebrews 10:16.) One of the most fantastic of all of God's creations is a conscience that has not been abused or distorted. After our first parents had eaten the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, God said of them, "Behold, the man is now become as one of us, to know good and evil. ... " (Genesis 3:22.) That ability has been transmitted to all of the posterity of our first parents on a kind of instinctive basis, and it is still true that the right kind of discrimination between right and wrong will help make men and women become as God. However, we need to think about it and to make decisions about issues and take action on our decisions. One of the greatest benefits of our lives is to be masters or doctors of the law. We ought to have an understanding of those fundamental principles and truths that can give our lives great significance and joy.

It was with this in mind that this book has been titled The Laws of Success. If you will read the chapters carefully and take note of the many places where the principles discussed may be advantageously applied, your prosperity will be increased in many areas of your life. In addition, you will also be aware of other necessary laws so that you can write your own book describing for your own personal benefit some of the powerful laws that you may not presently be using. Everyone who is working toward that ultimate goal of eternal accomplishment ought to have the thrill of discovering for himself more of life's universal laws of success.


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Flavien Brenier - Marxism and judaism

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Flavien Brenier - Marxism and judaism
Salluste - 1928


Foreword
Marxism and judaism is a translation from the Revue de Paris, of July and August, 1928. The Revue de Paris was then in its thirty-fifth year of reputable service to the French. That it presented spokesmen for both sides is apparent from reading this work. That it is fair, will become obvious as you proceed.
Matters of the utmost importance are discussed and, we might say, revealed. In this fact alone, this is a valuable work. One student, before publication here, said it was the most important thing he had seen in twenty years' research on the question itself. In the superlative wit of the argument, no reader can help but enjoy the repartee, the delicate irony, the quick thrust of sarcasm, for which so many brilliant French writers have been famed.
We believe this scholarly study will help materially in a growing American understanding of an important influence disturbing the peace of the world.
THE PUBLISHERS


Flavien Brenier - L'Allemagne occulte Le vieux Dieu allemand
Flavien Brenier - Les origines secrètes du bolchevisme


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Giovanni Boccaccio - The Decameron

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Giovanni Boccaccio - The Decameron


The Decameron, subtitled Prince Galehaut, is a collection of novellas by the 14th-century Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio (1313–1375).
The book is structured as a frame story containing 100 tales told by a group of seven young women and three young men sheltering in a secluded villa just outside Florence to escape the Black Death, which was afflicting the city.
Boccaccio probably conceived the Decameron after the epidemic of 1348, and completed it by 1353. The various tales of love in The Decameron range from the erotic to the tragic. Tales of wit, practical jokes, and life lessons contribute to the mosaic. In addition to its literary value and widespread influence (for example on Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales), it provides a document of life at the time. Written in the vernacular of the Florentine language, it is considered a masterpiece of classical early Italian prose.


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Carl Jung on Identity, collective unconscious, and Racial Soul

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Carl Jung on Identity, collective unconscious, and Racial Soul


Carl Gustav Jung (July 26, 1875 – June 6, 1961) was a Swiss psychiatrist, an influential thinker and the founder of analytical psychology. His grandfather, also known as Karl Gustav Jung (1794-1864) was the second Grand Master of the Grande Loge Suisse Alpina from 1850 to 1856, then alligned with Grand Orient freemasonry. His work was largely overshadowed by the quackery of Sigmund Freud.

Jung's approach to psychology has been influential in the field of depth psychology and in countercultural movements across the planet. He emphasized understanding the psyche through exploring the worlds of dreams, art, mythology, world religion and philosophy. Although he was a theoretical psychologist and practicing clinician, much of his life's work was spent exploring other areas, including Eastern and Western philosophy, alchemy, astrology, sociology, as well as literature and the arts. His most notable ideas include the concept of psychological archetypes, the collective unconscious and synchronicity.

Jung emphasized the importance of balance and harmony. He cautioned that modern people rely too heavily on science and logic and would benefit from integrating spirituality and appreciation of unconscious realms. His work in spirituality helped to inspire Alcoholics Anonymous as he found spirituality helps people quit addiction.


Freemasonry - PDF
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Jared Taylor - Race differences in intelligence

Various - 185 reads

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Jared Taylor - Race differences in intelligence


This video is about racial differences in IQ as the reason there are economic disparities between African people and people of European descent.

This is considered one of the first videos that inspired the anti-Christian, anti-Gentile and Jewish Supremacist Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith (ADL) to begin pressuring monopolistic Internet companies, like Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, PayPal, and other gargantuan companies, to suppress politically incorrect people and censor ideas which contradict the Jewish supremacist vision for Western Civilization, which is egalitarianism, equality, multiculturalism, and multiracial diversity for the Goyim (aka Gentiles / non-Jews), but the opposite for Jews ("us versus them") which is ethnocentrism, racism, bigotry, and apartheid in Israel. In other words, it's one set of ideas promoted for the Gentiles, another set of ideas promoted for Jews, by the very same people. The goal of Jewry is to forever promote "us versus them" mentality in Jews as the ultimate good, and in Gentiles to promote "us versus them" as the epitome of evil. Another major goal of the Jews is to prevent people of European descent from organizing on their own behalf.


Jared Taylor - PDF
American Renaissance


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Germar Rudolf - The chemistry of Auschwitz

History - 157 reads

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Germar Rudolf - The chemistry of Auschwitz
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Auschwitz was a center of chemistry. The German chemical industry built gigantic factories for rubber, fuel, lubricants and methanol there, and the SS experimented with natural sources of rubber. But that's not what people associate with the name "Auschwitz." They think of gas chambers and Zyklon B, which are two entirely chemical things as well.

The gas chambers of Auschwitz have been called the epicenter of human suffering. More human beings are said to have died a violent death there than on any other place on earth in the history of mankind.
The biggest crime scene of history, in terms of its death toll, not only demands the utmost respect for its victims, but should also attract the most-intensive attention of forensic researchers to find out what exactly happened, and how. Or so one might think.
Forensic research on Auschwitz, however, has always been controversial. Investigating the gas chamber mass murder is considered a blasphemous act, a way of disturbing the peace of the dead.
While respecting the victims, whether of foul play or of circumstance, this documentary nonetheless tries to conduct Auschwitz research on the basis of the forensic sciences, where material traces of the crime and their interpretation reign supreme. Although it is generally agreed that no autopsy of any victim has ever been performed, most of the claimed crime scenes – the chemical slaughterhouses called gas chambers – are still accessible to forensic examination to a greater or lesser degree. So, how did these gas chambers of Auschwitz look like? How did they operate? What were they used for? In addition, the infamous Zyklon B can also be examined. What exactly hides behind this ominous name? How does it kill? And what effect has it on masonry? Does it leave traces that can be found still today ?

These and many other questions are thoroughly examined in this documentary. The horror of Auschwitz is meticulously dissected, and thus, for the first time, it really becomes comprehensible.


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Camarade Jean - Témoignage de Mark

jewelry - 246 reads

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Camarade Jean - Témoignage de Mark

Partie 1 : une vie de blanc dans les cités du 13
Partie 2 : militantisme

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William Luther Pierce - The Genocide at Vinnitsa

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William Luther Pierce - The Genocide at Vinnitsa
Ukraine - 1938


We spoke a few weeks ago about the mass murder of the leadership stratum of the Polish nation by the Soviet secret police in the Katyn Forest in April 1940. We discussed that genocidal atrocity in the light of the ongoing Jewish campaign to portray Jews as the principal victims of the Second World War and to collect reparations from the rest of the world today. A good deal of interest in that broadcast was expressed by listeners, many of whom had not been acquainted previously with the facts of the Katyn atrocity. Today I will explore this general subject further. I will tell you about the fate of the Ukrainian nation at the hands of the Soviet secret police.

In 1943 Germany was at war against the Soviet Union. Twenty-five years earlier, at the end of the First World War, when communist revolutionaries were attempting to take over Germany, Adolf Hitler had sworn to devote his life to fighting communism. He was only a corporal at the time, recuperating from his war wounds in a military hospital, but 15 years later, in 1933, he became chancellor of Germany, and in 1941 his army invaded the Soviet Union with the aim of destroying Soviet communism. The German Army pushed far into the Soviet empire and liberated all of Ukraine from the communists.

In May 1943 units of the German Army were stationed in the Ukrainian city of Vinnitsa, a community of 100,000 persons in a primarily agricultural district. Ukrainian officials in Vinnitsa told the Germans that five years earlier the NKVD - the Soviet secret police, very similar to our FBI - had buried the bodies of a number of executed political prisoners in a city park. The Germans investigated, and within a month they had dug up 9439 corpses from a number of mass graves in the park and a nearby orchard.
Unlike the Poles murdered in the Katyn Forest, all of these bodies found at Vinnitsa were those of civilians, most of them Ukrainian farmers or workers. The bodies of the men all had their hands tied behind their backs, like the Polish officers at Katyn. Although the men's bodies were clothed, the bodies of a number of young women were naked. All of the victims had been shot in the back of the neck with a .22 caliber pistol, the trademark of the NKVD executioners.
The Germans called in an international team of forensic pathologists to examine the bodies and the mass graves. The international team, which included pathologists from Belgium, France, Netherlands, and Sweden, as well as from several countries allied with Germany, examined 95 mass graves and conducted a number of autopsies.
Including the autopsies already performed by Ukrainian medical personnel in Vinnitsa, 1670 of the corpses were examined in detail. The identities of 679 of them were established either through documents found in their clothes or through recognition by relatives, who flocked to Vinnitsa from the surrounding countryside when they heard that the graves had been uncovered.

The authorities estimated that in addition to the 9439 bodies exhumed, there were another 3,000 still in unopened mass graves in the same area. The international team concluded that all of the victims had been killed about five years earlier - that is, in 1938. Relatives of the victims who were identified all testified that the victims had been arrested by the NKVD in 1937 and 1938. The relatives had been told that those arrested were "enemies of the people" and would be sent to Siberia for 10 years. None of the relatives had any idea what the reason was for the arrests and testified that those arrested had committed no crimes and were engaged in no political activity. As I said earlier, nearly all of the victims were farmers or workers, although there were a few priests and civil servants among them. By interviewing a large number of people who had some knowledge of what had happened in Vinnitsa and the surrounding region in 1938, the Germans were able to piece together the following picture. In 1937 and 1938 gangs of the NKVD's jackbooted thugs roamed the villages and towns of Ukraine, arresting people in a pattern that seemed almost random to observers. One victim's wife reported that as the NKVD goons dragged her husband away they said only, "Hey, you dog! You've lived too long." Other observers thought they saw a pattern. A Ukrainian who was renting a part of his house to a Jewish lawyer refused to sell the whole house to the Jew when he offered to buy it at an unreasonably low price. A few weeks later the Ukrainian homeowner was arrested by the NKVD. Another Ukrainian who had threatened to beat up a minor communist functionary who made a crude pass at his sister was arrested shortly thereafter. It seemed that many of the arrests were the settling of personal scores and that anyone who had crossed a Jew was especially likely to be arrested.
All of this was nothing new for Ukrainians. They had borne the brunt of the communization the Soviet Union for nearly two decades. Ukraine was primarily an agricultural nation, a nation of farmers and villagers, and as such was regarded with suspicion by the Jews and the urban rabble who filled the ranks of the Communist Party. The communists championed the urban workers, but they wasted no love on farmers and villagers, who tended to be too independent and self-sufficient for communist tastes.
During the civil war which followed the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, the Ukrainians wanted to opt out. Ukrainian nationalists wanted no part of the Soviet Union. In 1921 and 1922 the Red Army occupied Vinnitsa, and Ukrainians were butchered wholesale by the Reds in order to kill the Ukrainian nationalist spirit. The craving for Ukrainian independence nevertheless kept flaring up, and further massacres followed, notably in 1928.
Ukraine was the stronghold of the kulaks, the independent farmers and small landowners, always regarded with special hatred by the communist bosses. Stalin gave the job of exterminating the kulaks to his right-hand man in the Kremlin, Lazar Moiseivich Kaganovich, known later as the "Butcher of Ukraine." Kaganovich, the most powerful Jew in the Soviet Union, supervised the collectivization of Ukrainian farms, beginning in 1929. To break the spirit of the kulaks, the Ukraine was subjected to an artificial famine. The NKVD and Red Army troops went from farm to farm, confiscating crops and livestock. The farmers were told that the food was needed for the workers in the cities. None was left for the farmers. And in 1933 and 1934 seven million Ukrainians died of starvation, while Kaganovich watched and gloated from the Kremlin.

Perhaps in 1937 and 1938 the bosses in the Kremlin simply thought that it was time to apply the lash to the Ukrainians again. In any event, the NKVD was given the task this time. The NKVD was even more Jewish than the rest of the Soviet communist apparatus. The commissar of the NKVD until September 1936 had been the Jew Genrikh Yagoda, and he had staffed his instrument of terror and repression with Jews at every level. And those who were not Jews were the worst sort of Russian and Ukrainian rabble, the resentful louts and ne'er-dowells who saw in communism a way to get even with their betters. In any event, the Ukrainians were fully aware of the preponderance of Jews in the secret police, and they suspected that there was a Jewish angle to the pattern of arrests in 1937 and 1938. And indeed, it did seem as if the Talmudic injunction to "kill the best of the Gentiles" was being followed, for those who were arrested seemed to be the most solid, the steadiest, the most reliable and irreproachable of the Ukrainians.
Thirty thousand were arrested in the Vinnitsa region alone, and most of these eventually were sent to the NKVD prison in the city of Vinnitsa. This prison had a normal capacity of 2,000 prisoners, but during 1937 and 1938 it was packed most of the time with more than 18,000 prisoners. Throughout much of 1938 a few dozen prisoners were taken from the prison each night and driven to a nearby NKVD motor pool area. There their hands were tied behind their backs and they were led, one at a time, a few hundred feet to a concrete slab in front of a garage. The slab was used for washing vehicles, and it had a drain at one side with an iron grating over it. Just as the prisoners reached the edge of the slab they were shot in the back of the neck, so that when they fell onto the concrete their blood would run into the drain. This was what the NKVD men jokingly called "mokrii rabota" - "wet work" - and they had had plenty of experience at "wet work." A truck parked next to the slab kept its engine racing so that the noise of the engine would cover the sound of the shots. While the next prisoner was being led up, a couple of NKVD men would throw the corpse of the previous prisoner into the truck. When the night's quota of victims had been murdered the truck would drive off with its load of corpses to the fenced-in park or to the nearby orchard, where new graves already were waiting. And this "wet work" went on night after night, month after month.
So why is this gruesome story important to us now? After all, this massacre of Ukrainians in Vinnitsa took place 60 years ago. I'll tell you why it's still important to us, aside from the fact that these Ukrainians were our people, our kinfolk, part of our race.
First, you might ask yourself why you have never before heard about Vinnitsa, and I'm sure that's the case for about 99 per cent of our listeners. Of course, Alexander Solzhenitsyn wrote about what happened at Vinnitsa, in the third volume of his Gulag Archipelago, but you're not likely to find that in the rack at the checkout counter. And Ukrainians and Germans have written about it, although for the most part their writings have never been published in English, because publishers in this country understand that it would be Politically Incorrect to publish anything about Vinnitsa. Much better that people just forget about it.

Isn't that odd, though, when we continually hear so much about Auschwitz? Isn't it odd that when Jewish groups are using their political influence to have laws passed in a number of states requiring high school students to take courses about the so-called "Holocaust," what happened at Katyn or at Vinnitsa is never mentioned in high school? The excuse given for requiring students to study the so-called "Holocaust" is that it was the greatest crime in history, and we should know about it so that we won't repeat it. But then why shouldn't we learn about Katyn and Vinnitsa and Dresden and a thousand other atrocities where our people were the victims, and so the lesson should be even more pertinent for us ?

You know, I'm not trying to be cute about this. We all know the answers to these questions, but I just want you to think about their significance. To them, Auschwitz is important because Jews died there, and Vinnitsa is not important, because only Gentiles were killed there. The Jewish media bosses keep rubbing our noses in Auschwitz, because they want us to feel guilty; they want us to feel that we owe the Jews something for letting it happen. The Jewish media bosses never mention Vinnitsa because Jews were the guilty ones there.
Besides, they make a lot of money by promoting the "Holocaust." It's certainly not going to help their profits to divide the attention and the sympathy of the American public between Auschwitz and Vinnitsa. And it's certainly not going to help their effort to extort billions of dollars in "Holocaust" reparations from the Swiss and from everyone else to admit their own guilt at Katyn and Vinnitsa.

Think about it! If Poles controlled the news and entertainment media in America, we'd hear a great deal more about Katyn, I suspect. If Germans controlled our media we'd hear much more about the terror bombing of Dresden. And if Ukrainians controlled our media, every high school student would know about Vinnitsa. But it's the Jews who control our media, and so all we hear about is Auschwitz: never even a whisper about Vinnitsa. That's important. We ought to be concerned about that. We ought to be concerned whenever any part of our history is suppressed, is hidden from us. We ought to find out why. It might help us to make sure that what happened to us at Vinnitsa never happens to us again.
I'm sure that you've all heard the maxim that the best defense is a strong offense. Do you remember the persecution all through the 1980s of John Demjanjuk, the retired Cleveland auto worker whom the Jews accused of being "Ivan the Terrible"?

John Demjanjuk is a Ukrainian who came to America after the Second World War. In 1978 the Jews made a big hullabaloo about Demjanjuk being a guard in a German prison camp during the war, and the U.S. government obediently hauled him to court and stripped him of his citizenship. Then he was handed over to the Jews for crucifixion and deported to Israel. The mass media in America were full of sensational stories for 15 years about Ivan the Terrible and how the Ukrainians had helped the Germans persecute the poor, innocent Jews.
Unfortunately, this strategy worked for the Jews. The Ukrainians kept their heads down instead of raising the issue of Vinnitsa. Of course, even if they had begun trying to tell Americans about Vinnitsa or about what Kaganovich had done to the Ukrainian kulaks, who would have heard them? Ukrainians don't own the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Time magazine, Newsweek magazine, or U.S. News & World Report. The Jews own all of those media. And the Ukrainians don't own Hollywood, so they can't make movie dramas about Vinnitsa either, like Steven Spielberg does about the so-called "Holocaust."

The crux of this matter is that the Jews have been getting away with presenting a grossly distorted version of history to us, a version in which they are the completely innocent victims, and our people - the Ukrainians and Poles and Germans - are the bad guys who have been persecuting the poor Jews for no reason at all. They've been pumping out this propaganda in concert, consciously and deliberately, without a single major medium under their control deviating from their party line. And because they've been getting away with giving us a falsified version of history, they've been able to change America's foreign and domestic policies in directions to suit themselves, to our enormous disadvantage.
Everything which has happened in the Middle East, for example, since the Second World War is based on this false history.

More than that, everything that has happened in Europe since the murder of 12,000 Ukrainians at Vinnitsa in 1938 has been based on the Jews' power to control what we learn about our history, about what is happening and has happened in the world around us. The U.S. government allied itself with the Soviet government in 1941 for the purpose of destroying Germany. The communists were presented to the American public as the good guys, as worthy allies, and the Germans were presented as the bad guys. And the American public bought that lie because they didn't know about Vinnitsa or about a thousand other atrocities committed against our people by the communists. When the Germans brought in the international commission to examine the graves in Vinnitsa in 1943, the Jewcontrolled media kept the news from the American people, just the way they kept the news about the Katyn Forest genocide away from the American people. And because of this, there was no real opposition to turning half of Europe over to the communists at the end of the Second World War.

If Katyn and Vinnitsa had been publicized, so that every American voter knew in detail what the NKVD had done at Katyn and at Vinnitsa, the politicians in Washington never would have been able to get away with turning the Poles and the Hungarians and the Rumanians and the Bulgarians and the Croats and the Serbs and the Czechs and the Slovaks and the Baltic peoples and all of the Germans in the eastern part of Germany over to these communist butchers. The politicians in Washington got away with this not just because they were in the pockets of the Jews, but because the American people weren't given the truth. And because we weren't given the truth millions more of our people died at the hands of the NKVD after the war, and all of eastern Europe was plundered by the communists for 50 years, and there was a Korean War and a Vietnam War - which there wouldn't have been if we hadn't kept the communist empire alive because of our own ignorance, because of the lies we'd been told about what happened in Europe. We lost more than 100,000 of our best young men in the Korean and Vietnam wars alone. So you see, it is important what the public is told. It is important that our people know the truth about our history, even about things which happened 60 years ago. And I intend to do everything I can to give them the truth.

Now I believe that you can understand why the Jews try so hard to keep me off the air, why they bring pressure against every radio station which carries American Dissident Voices. They are desperate to keep the American people in the dark about Vinnitsa and Katyn and their other crimes. And I am determined to tear down the curtain of silence and darkness and give truth and light to our people.

And there is some urgency about this, because the Jews are continuing to push for laws against what they call "hate speech" - which means any speech which contradicts their lies. They have succeeded in getting such laws passed in other countries. If I tried to make this broadcast in Canada or Britain, for example, the police would arrest me and shut down the station before I could finish. Let's not let that happen in America.

The preceding text is based on the American Dissident Voices broadcast of June 13, 1998.


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Vinnytsia - The Katyn Of Ukraine
A Report by an Eyewitness

by M. Seleshko

Toward the end of February, 1944, when I was marking time in a German prison in Potsdam, I was transferred to cell number 20, already occupied by several other prisoners. After a brief acquaintance I learned that one of these was a Ukrainian from the vicinity of Vinnytsia. We came to know each other closely and he told me his life history. At that time he was twenty-three years of age, born and bred in Soviet Ukraine. He had been educated by the Communist party and had been a Communist in the full meaning of the word. Communist ideals were his ideals. He fought on the German/Soviet front. After his capture by the Germans, he was forced into anti-aircraft artillery work for the Germans in Berlin. Because of negligence in line of duty he was thrown into jail. There our paths met.

I kept asking him questions about life under the Soviets. He formerly belonged to a civilian border patrol unit. Being a Comsomol, he took his duties seriously and helped track down many foreign intelligence agents who were trying to slip across the border into the Soviet Union. There were others, young Soviet patriots like himself, in the villages and districts.

He told me of the steps taken by the Soviets in Ukraine as a preparation for war. In the Communist party at least as early as 1937 it was felt that war against Germany was imminent. Confidential instructions to members of the party and the Comsomol stressed this eventuality. These instructions ordered that the Soviet hinterland in Ukraine be purged of enemies of the people. By the words “enemies of the people” were meant not only all those people who worked actively against the Soviet regime, but also those who were believed to be inclined to hostility toward the government including those whose complete devotion to the regime had not been clearly manifested.

A purge of enemies of the population of the Soviet border regions was commenced. Herein lies the story of the Ukrainian tragedy in Vinnytsia, which was revealed to the world in 1943. (Vinnytsia is a Ukrainian city, which was, prior to 1939, approximately 100 miles from the eastern border of Poland.)

My young companion is now a Ukrainian patriot, and much about him must not be made public. Everything he said supplemented my own knowledge of the Vinnytsia tragedy and helped to complete the picture I had formed of it during my experiences in Vinnytsia.

In the summer of 1943 I was living in Berlin under the close supervision of the Gestapo as a suspected foreigner, an unreliable alien and a Polish citizen. On July 2, 1943, during the noon hour, I was called to the telephone by what the Germans called the Ukrainian Confidence Service. This was a German government agency which registered all Ukrainians in Germany and tried to win their support for German purposes among the Ukrainians.

The chief of this agency informed me that in the near future a special committee for the investigation of mass murders in Ukraine would depart to do its work on the spot. He also told me that I had been appointed interpreter for this committee because of my knowledge of German, Ukrainian, Russian, and Polish, and in addition because I knew how to type in both German and Ukrainian. He suggested that I accept this position voluntarily and at the same time emphasized that, should I refuse, I would be drafted for it on the basis of a certain mobilization regulation.

I had no choice. I asked for several hours to consider the proposal. I immediately got in touch with my friends, among them Dr. Oleh Kandyba-Olzhych, the Ukrainian poet, who was living illegally at that time in Berlin. We agreed that it would be best for me to go with the commission, even though its destination was not known. And I had not asked, for in Germany during the war it did not pay to be overly inquisitive.

After two hours I called the confidence service and announced my willingness to accompany the commission as a translator-interpreter, I was instructed to await further instructions via telephone. About 5 p.m. of the same day the headquarters of the criminal police telephoned. I was ordered to appear at their address and to report to an official named Denerlein. I went.

Denerlein, a friendly man of rather advanced age, immediately introduced me to several officials in his department, and said that we would depart for Ukraine immediately. After brief interviews I was given appropriate military travelling documents and allowed to return home.

The criminal police department was swarming with uniformed police, some of them wearing an arm-band marked SD, which meant that these officials were from the special political section Sicherheitsdienst. By piecing together various bits of conversation I deduced that our group was going to the front lines. Among the members of the commission were Raeder, Krupke, and Groner, all three commissars of the criminal police. State-councilor Klass, the chairman of the commission, was already at the place where the commission was supposed to function.

We set out July 4, 1943, by way of Warsaw, Lublin, Kovel and Shepetivka. Before our departure I was given a pistol as a preparation for any eventuality. We were unmolested in Warsaw, although at that time the battle in the Jewish ghetto was going on but beyond that city our route was through a region controlled by Ukrainian insurgents (UPA).

Immediately outside of Warsaw we passed long trains that had been blown up. In the town of Kovel in the Ukrainian province of Volyn we had to transfer to another train. Precautionary measures for defense against partisans were taken and, ridiculously enough, I was ordered to hold my pistol in my hand in ready position for firing against the machine-guns and mines of the guerillas. We were not attacked, however, for the insurgents shot up with machine guns the dummy tank train that had been purposely sent ahead of us and we experienced nothing beyond fear. At the railway station in Shepetivka, however, we met action on a somewhat broader scale. After our train, loaded with German soldiers, pulled in at the railway station, the Ukrainians destroyed all of the four rail lines leading into Shepetivka and we could not continue the journey. We managed to reach Vinnytsia without any losses, around 11 o’clock at night. We were driven in police automobiles to No. 5 Mazepa street. Under the Bolsheviks this had been named Dzherzhinsky street and the building had housed the regional headquarters of the NKVD.


Excavations in Vinnytsia

In Vinnytsia I was informed about the purpose of the commission by one of its members, a photographer, who arrived in the city at some earlier date. With the aid of the civilian population mass graves had been discovered, in which thousands of corpses had been buried. These graves were to be opened and the commission was to establish whom the NKVD had murdered. The commission lived and worked in the former headquarters of the NKVD, the place from which the mass-murder was directed. It included among its members German specialists in criminal investigation.

The exhumations in Vinnytsia began on May 25, 1943, and were carried on in three places. The population was of the opinion that there were around 20,000 victims in the war years. In addition to our commission two other bodies – a legal and medical commission – took part in the investigations.

Our committee unpacked its equipment, set up its office and on July 7, after lunch set out in automobiles for the scene of the exhumations – a garden along the Lityn highway, which leads from Vinnytsia to Lviv by way of Lityn.

From the conversation of the police, who were housed in the same barrack that we were, I had gained a more or less adequate picture of what had taken place. The first sight of the corpses horrified me, as did the stench that came from them. It was a hot summer day and it was necessary to steel one’s nerves in order to live through the horrible experience. I had been a soldier in the Ukrainian army during the First World War and had seen many men killed in battle, but what I had then seen can in no way be compared with what I witnessed in that park.

A huge mass of people were milling among the trees in the garden. Everything was permeated with the heat of summer and the horrible stench of corpses. Here and there workers were digging up the earth. From it with the use of ropes they pulled out human corpses, some of them whole, others in pieces. They laid them carefully out on the grass. At first it seemed to me that there were thousands of them, but later I counted them and there were but 700 lying on the grass. Everybody present had a serious expression. The local inhabitants examined the exhumed corpses, and scrutinized the remnants of clothing. From the graves workers threw out bits of cloth and placed them in separate piles. The wet clothes were spread on the grass to dry. The dry clothes were searched for papers and other belongings. Everything was taken out, and registered; the documents found were read, when possible, and recorded; those not legible were preserved. Now and then for one group or another burst out the agonizing, hysterical cry of a woman, or the groan of a man, which resembled the terror of death. A woman recognized the clothes of her loved ones, or a man those of a member of his family. All of them, it was later ascertained, had been sure that their relative were somewhere in exile in Siberia, perhaps, or in the Far East, in the North, somewhere. Now they leaned how the Soviet government had fooled them, for their loved ones lay in Ukrainian soil, in Vinnytsia, murdered by the NKVD. The government had met all questions with the reply that all in exile were deprived of the right of communicating with their families.

After the first shock had lessened, and I had become accustomed to the sweet, unpleasant stench, I took a greater interest in the investigations. The digging was done by common criminals from the local prison under the guard of German police. Alcohol was frequently given to the workers so that they might be able to stand the stench. Men and women, clothed and unclothed, were dug up. Men with their hands tied behind their backs. Here and there heads that had been beaten in; sometimes the nape showed signs of bullet-wounds. Black corpses, mummified corpses, corpses yellow-black with cadaverous wax. They had been in the earth a long time, for the most part deformed by the pressure of the soil above. Member of the commission, old criminologists who had seen many a crime, affirmed that never before had they seen anything so ghastly. In an area close to the graves doctors made immediate autopsies and tried to ascertain the cause of death. The horror of Vinnytsia I shall never forget and it is doubtful whether ever a Dante would be able to portray the agony that had taken place.

Our next point was the Gorky Park of Culture and Rest, named in honor of the Russian poet. Here the scene was no better than the previous one. A lesser number of corpses was unearthed, for the most of the digging was done in the garden along the highway. The bodies of mothers, fathers, sisters, and brothers had been buried under the earth and over it a board had been placed for the young people to dance and amuse themselves, unaware that their relatives’ corpses were lying underneath! The names of those Communists responsible for such diabolical measures are known and it is hoped that their evil memory will not pass into history forgotten.

The picture was the same in the graveyard opposite the park. Beside the regular graves as well as under the stones of the original graves were found mass-victims of the NKVD.


The Commission at work

The committee worked industriously. Witnesses of the horrible tragedy were questioned, the place of the criminal executions determined, and the time as well. Documents found either alone or on the corpses were analyzed, nothing was overlooked; German thoroughness, often approaching absurdity, as it seemed to me, was employed. I was not acquainted with the techniques of criminologists, the clues they put together in order to arrive at the facts, and often what to me appeared beyond dispute they accepted with reservations and searched for unimpeachable evidence. The hours of work were from 10 to 16 each day. I was used as an interpreter between the local inhabitants and the German specialists. Thousands of people volunteered to act as witnesses for the commission. They volunteered in spite of the fact that Bolshevik agents made many threats of revenge, and insisted that the Germans had killed these people and were now seeking to place the blame on the NKVD. This twist interested me and I paid special attention in order to ascertain its veracity. Insofar as I am concerned there is no doubt that the unearthed corpses in Vinnytsia were the first victims of the Bolsheviks, murdered in what was in fact a preparation for war.

I cannot describe the entire work of the commission, all that it ascertained and concluded. I imagine that its findings have been recorded in detail and are available somewhere. As a Ukrainian in civilian attire it was easy for me to get around, for I felt that I was at home, on native Ukrainian soil. The Germans, of course, did not enjoy such a confidence in Vinnytsia, for they had come as conquerors. A complete history of the entire tragedy will one day be written by historians. I was forbidden from doing anything on my own and was able to maintain official contact with my friends only through the German military post office, which was scrutinized by the Gestapo. I made no personal notes. Instead, another opportunity presented itself: through the kindness of one of the members of the commission I was able to send personal letters to Ukrainian friends in Berlin. He gave the letters to a pilot assigned to regular duty between Berlin and Vinnytsia. I recorded as much as I could in the from of private letters, and the material arrived in the hands of my friends without accident. On the basis of these letters I am able to reveal the impression I had of the tragedy in Vinnytsia.


Some special incidents of the tragedy in Vinnytsia

A few incidents will illustrate the tragedy.

The wife of a priest named Biletsky from the vicinity of Vinnytsia recognized the garments of her husband lying on a mound. She cleaned the garment and a patch was revealed. As proof that she spoke the truth she departed for her village, and returned to the commission a few days later with other bits of the material used for patching. The committee examined the material and agreed that the patch on the priest’s coat came from the same material. This was proof that her husband had been shot and buried in Vinnytsia, but the NKVD had informed her that her husband was in exile without the right of communicating with his family.

Hanna Hodovanets, a Ukrainian peasant woman, recognized her husband’s coat as they unearthed it from a mass-grave. She told the police about her husband’s arrest. He had been arrested because he had not reported at work on a certain holiday. She had done everything possible to find out what had happened to him, and one day in 1938 she received a card from Moscow, from the procurator’s office and signed by none other than Audrey Vyshinsky, with the news that her husband had been freed from prison in March, 1938. However, her husband had never returned home and she felt that something was wrong. Her feelings became a sad reality when she recognized her husband’s coat.

Another Ukrainian woman, Olkhivska by name, sat for hours on the hills of dirt as the corpses were lifted from the graves. At one grave she gave vent to cries of anguish. She had just recognized her husband, who had been arrested by the NKVD, by a broken small finger as well as by his clothes. And she too told a story that ended in a mass-grave.

There were similar examples by the hundreds, while thousands of others found no clues whereby they might identify their loved ones. I talked with them, recorded their tragedies, shared their suffering. The commission studied the methods of Soviet interrogation and trial, torture and execution, prison and exile. It interviewed thousands of witnesses, went through a mass of varied documents, and examined the belongings of witnesses.

The following incident suggests that justice may yet triumph in this world. A note was found in the coat of the exhumed corpse of a heroic Christian. It was wet, as was the corpse, but was carefully dried. Then I set to work to decipher it. With the aid of several local Ukrainians we put together the story. The paper was of ordinary stock, white in color, used on local school tablets. In crude handwriting was penciled: “I … beg the person that finds this note to pass on to my wife, Zina … from the village … region of … that I was denounced to the NKVD by the following …” And here were the names and addresses of seven persons. The note continued: “They bore witness against me before the NKVD and spoke falsehoods. I have been sentenced to death and in a short time will be shot. God knows that I am innocent. Let God forgive their transgression; I have forgiven them.”

We refused to believe what we had read. To expect such magnanimity from a simple peasant in the moment of death was too much to believe. But the fact stirred everybody. We informed those in charge of the investigation, and later it was found that it was all true. Two of the persons named in the note had died in the meantime, two were officers in the Red Army, and three were available in the neighborhood, peacefully going about their business, since no one knew that they were secret assistants of the NKVD. During my presences in Vinnytsia they were not arrested. The Germans, however, recorded all the secret helpers of the NKVD. Some of them managed to obtain administrative posts during the occupation, and often announced themselves as of German origin. The Germans were aware of this manoeuver and were preparing a surprise move called “lightning-action,” blitzaktion. I was later informed that this “lightning action” had been executed before the Germans abandoned Vinnytsia.

Hulevych, Skrepek, and many other Ukrainians testified how the NKVD transported the corpses to the burial points. They stated that the bodies were transported from NKVD headquarters at No. 5 Dzherzhinsky street, that at night they saw and heard the trucks in action and that in the morning on their way to work they saw the blood that had dripped from the trucks and that they saw NKVD underlings covering up the signs of their work at the site of the mass graves. There were also witnesses who testified that from trees they observed what was happening behind the high walls of the NKVD compound and that graves were dug and corpses buried. It was a fact well circulated in the city that two Ukrainians, who had dared to peer through the board fence despite the prohibition, had disappeared never to be seen again. It was also common talk that a boy, who had tried to climb the fence in order to steal some apples, disappeared without a trace after the NKVD guards caught him in the act.


How the NKVD operates

I talked with those people in Vinnytsia who first divulged the information about the mass murders, on the basis of which excavation was begun by the Germans. The commission found a woman who had worked in the NKVD headquarters for fifteen years. She was superannuated, and not in command of all her mental faculties, but the memory of what had transpired long before she retained as though it had happened yesterday. When the Bolsheviks retired before the German advance, she remained in Vinnytsia by frustrating efforts made by the government to evacuate her. Her revelations, although chronologically vague, were valuable in that they described Soviet methods of investigation and punishment. Former prisoners of the NKVD gave corroborative testimony.

One such former prisoner, named Dashchin, who had been in exile in the Kolyma region, told of an incident in a gold-mining camp. The camp contained 7,000 prisoners from all parts of the Soviet Union, and upon completion of the work there it was evident that the means of transportation to another locality were not available. The prisoners were too weak from malnutrition to go elsewhere on foot, for the nearest work-camp was thousands of kilometers distant. The problem was solved very simply. The prisoners were driven to a cliff that had been mined, and were blown into oblivion. Dashchin was one of the few that miraculously survived the explosion. Somehow he managed to trek across Siberia and return to Ukraine.

The NKVD usually made arrests at night, searching the houses and later writing a protocol on the case. The Commission found very many of these protocols both with the corpses and in a separate grave where only documents were buried. All arrested were accused of being “enemies of the people.” Some had refused to renounce their religion, others had opposed the collectivization of their private property, still others had spoken dangerous words against Communism. Some had been victims of denunciations or revenge others had failed to appear at work during a religious holiday, while many had changed their place of work without the permission of the NKVD. Many witnesses questioned by the committee were unable to explain why their relatives had been arrested. Their inquiries addressed to the NKVD or the judge simply evoked the stereotyped reply, “enemies of the people exiled for a long period of time without the right of communication with their relatives.” Women appealed to Stalin and other leaders of the Soviet state, but the reaction was the same. I saw and read many cards carrying that message. Among the items found in the graves were remnants of priestly garments, religious books, and correspondence of the murdered with the authorities of the state and the police. Items discovered were put on display – photographs, letters, postage stamps, and crosses – and many residents identified their dead relatives by them.

A religious group in the region of Ulaniv deserves special mention. Called the sect of St. Michael, nineteen of its members were arrested by the NKVD and some of them were identified in the graves. They were recognized because it was their custom to wear a white cross sewn to their clothes. Garments with this cross were found in the graves, sometimes alone and at times still about the corpse. Many members of this sect visited the excavations and recognized their co-religionists.


Statistics of the tragedy

From May 1943 to October 1943, 9,432 corpses were found in three places of excavation. There were 91 graves with corpses, and three with only clothes or documents. Forty-nine graves had from one to 100 corpses, 33 from 100 to 200 corpses, and nine from 200 to 284 corpses. One hundred and sixty-nine corpses were of women, 120 of advanced age, according to the findings of the medical commission. Forty-nine women were of young or middle age. The corpses of females of advanced age were clothed, whereas those of the younger years were naked. This seemed to bear out the rumors common among the local population that the young women arrested by the NKVD were subjected to sexual brutalities prior to their execution. One pregnant woman was found who had actually given birth to a child in the grave. Most of the corpses were of people from 30 to 40 years of age. Most had died from bullets from a special gun. Some of the victims had been hit by two bullets, others had but one bullet hole, while still other had received as many as four. Evidences of skull fracture by means of an instrument, apparently the butt of a rifle, was fund in 391 cases. The stronger men had their arms and legs bound. Cases of shooting in the forehead as well as the back of their head were recorded.

Of the total of 9,432 corpses 679 were identified, 468 by their garments, 202 by documents, and 2 by body marks. From the point of view of occupation the identified included 279 peasants, 119 workers, 92 officials, and 189 members of the intelligentsia. Nationally the identified were broken down into 490 Ukrainians, 28 Poles, and 161 uncertain, although the names of the last group suggested almost all the nationalities of the USSR and some from Europe as well.

These basic statistics speak for themselves. Only one place, the garden, was thoroughly examined, for the park and the cemetery were only partially investigated. It is not excluded that many more bodies had been buried in these places. Other localities, which according to the reports of the local population, were also scenes of mass murder by the NKVD were not inspected. It was ascertained that other Ukrainian cities that had been regional and district headquarters of the NKVD had also experienced mass executions. Efforts were made to verify the rumors circulating among the population regarding mass graves. Kiev, Odessa, Zhytomir, Berdychiv, Haisyn, Dnipropertrovsk, Krasnodar in the Kuban region, and other places were supposed to be investigated, but chaotic conditions in Ukraine frustrated such endeavors, It is know, however, very definitely that in Krasnodar, where the Kuban cossacks fought stubbornly against the Bolsheviks in an effort to win independence, the NKVD employed a special machine which ground up the bodies of those shot and oftentimes still living persons as if they were meat and automatically dumped this mass of flesh into the Kuban river. This brutality was affirmed by eyewitnesses who reported various phases of the slaughter.

My companion in the German prison in Potsdam told me that in 1937 instructions were given both to the Communist party and the Comsomol to cleanse the border districts of Ukraine of “enemies of the people.” This purge was carried out. The revelations of this former Comsomol both agreed with and supplemented the findings obtained by the committee of investigation.


Bibliography

Black Deeds of the Kremlin, vol. 1, Toronto, 1953.
Crime of Moscow in Vynnytsia, Scottish League for European Freedom, Edinburgh, 1952, 32 pp., reprinted by IHR, 1980, $3.
Massenord in Winniza (Mass Murder in Vynnytsia), German Government, 1940 ?
The Gulag Archipelago, Vol. 3, Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
History of Ukraine, “America,” Philadelphia, 1975.

Source : Reprinted from The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 1, no. 4, p. 335.



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Le sujet présente des signes relevant de plusieurs troubles de la personnalité. Après un suivi poussé, quasiment longitudinal, de sa vie publique et de ce qui est ressorti de sa vie privée, via son propre témoignage, ceux d’autrui, ou via les actualités, nous sommes en mesure d’affirmer le diagnostic suivant : son cas est celui d’une personnalité narcissique-histrionique à tendance paranoïaque.

Note : les points de référence dont nous nous servons ici, pour chaque trouble de la personnalité, sont ceux du DSM-IV.


Le sujet relève du cas d’école en ce qui concerne la personnalité narcissique. En effet, s’il est nécessaire de valider au moins 5 des 9 conditions énoncées par le DSM-IV pour être considéré comme relevant de la personnalité narcissique, le sujet s’en montre particulièrement atteint, puisqu’il valide les 9 conditions, soit l’intégralité des conditions énoncées. ( Pour une description listée de ces conditions, voir ici )

Issu, de son propre aveu et de celui de sa soeur, d’une famille conflictuelle dirigée par un père qui le battait, le sujet semble avoir toujours eu des relations difficiles. Il s’est brouillé avec ses amis et ses mentors à de très nombreuses reprises : Hector Obalk (voir dossier de presse du film « Confessions d’un dragueur »), sa propre sœur, les milieux du show-business, les cofondateurs d’Égalité & Réconciliation Marc Georges et Serge Ayoub, plusieurs membres de son association, et ainsi de suite. Ces disputes ne sont jamais, selon lui, de son fait, mais apparaissent toujours causées par les autres. Lui-même n’en est jamais responsable. La cause en est dans l’infériorité, le manque d’intelligence, la stupidité ou la méchanceté des autres (point 9 de la description du DSM-IV). Parfois, il se reconnaît la responsabilité de certaines incompatibilités avec le fonctionnement habituel de la société, néanmoins ces incompatibilités sont toujours positivement mises en avant : le sujet ne se lève pas le matin (voir Salim Laibi, Le mythomane, p.52) parce qu’il a un rythme de vie qui lui est propre et qui le distingue des « esclaves salariés » ; il n’a pas pu s’entendre avec les milieux du show-business parce qu’il avait « des couilles », sous-entendu, plus de virilité et d’indépendance que les autres ; il préfère suivre des femmes pour les « draguer » plutôt que de se rendre à un entretien d’embauche pourtant convenu (voir son émission NIPNIC, ep.1) ; il n’a pas de travail régulier parce qu’il « n’est pas esclave du salariat ni des embouteillages », et ainsi de suite. S’il vit ainsi des problèmes de sociabilité récurrents, ce n’est jamais de sa faute. Cela n’est de sa responsabilité que lorsque ces problèmes peuvent être interprétés comme des preuves de noblesse s’intégrant dans un narratif parfait et glorieux (points 1 et 3).

Le sujet a en effet une perception grandiose de sa propre personne. Il se perçoit comme ayant « un destin », comme l’auteur « de grands livres qui sortiront » ( ITW Fluctuat, « où sont les vrais hommes ? » ), se dit désireux et capable « d’entrer dans la légende » ( début de Comprendre l’Empire ). Il a choisi entre la vie « dans l’Olympe » du show-business et la vie de « dissident », soit deux existences très valorisées selon lui ; à savoir, il a choisi la seconde qui est la plus noble, et pense être envié, alors qu’il semble jaloux vis-à-vis de ceux qui ont « réussi » dans ce milieu (point 8). Sa production culturelle lui permet de rayonner mieux que personne : « dans la séquence 90-2010, il n’y a personne, il y a qui ? Il y a moi, Dieudonné, un peu Nabe… » (ITW Fluctuat, point 2).

L'œuvre livresque du sujet renvoie en grande part à sa propre personne. Plusieurs de ses livres sont pour lui l’occasion de raconter sa vie, parfois sous forme romancée, parfois sous forme de témoignage se voulant objectif et suivant des fins sociologiques. Ces livres permettent au sujet d’auto-nourrir constamment son narcissisme : on le voit très régulièrement évoquer son « œuvre », son « parcours », sa « production de culture »… dont les éléments renvoient à ses propres expériences de vie ou à d’autres éléments de sa production, dans un cycle autoréférentiel perpétuel.

Le sujet est préoccupé par son « haut niveau » dans la hiérarchie – hiérarchie sociale, hiérarchie « historique », hiérarchie de toute sorte tant qu’elle lui permet de nourrir son ego. Il a plusieurs fois affirmé qu’il aurait « le pouvoir » un jour (ITW Videodrom, point 1). Il estime avoir « créé » tout le milieu social que l’on désigne sous le nom de « dissidence ». « Persécuté » par les plus hautes sphères du pouvoir, qu’il s’agisse du premier ministre Manuel Valls, du « lobby sioniste » ou d’un pouvoir secret tapi dans l’ombre, le sujet en conclut qu’il est en quelque sorte à leur niveau, que le monde est le lieu d’une lutte héroïque entre lui-même et les forces du mal, et qu’à ce titre il n’a pas de temps à perdre avec un « petit con » ou un « roquet » faisant moitié moins que son âge.

Arrogant, adorant parler de lui-même, capable de monologuer sans fin tant devant sa caméra (entretiens de plus de sept heures…) que devant quiconque accepte de l’écouter, le sujet se montre très intolérant à la critique et répond de façon disproportionnée à celle-ci (voir son dialogue avec Félix Niesche sur ERFM, son agression de Daniel Conversano, et plusieurs témoignages personnels qui nous ont été transmis, points 4 et 9).

« Avoir raison à ce point, c’est effrayant », dit-il un jour au sujet de ses propres prédictions. Le sujet perçoit le devenir du monde comme confirmant de manière éclatante ses pronostics, et ce, en oubliant ceux qui ne se sont pas réalisés, comme l’élection de Dominique Strauss-Kahn ou l’intronisation d’Alain Juppé comme candidat chez les Républicains. L’association dont le sujet est directeur, Égalité & Réconciliation, apparaît comme nettement orientée dans le sens d’un service exclusif envers lui (point 6). Elle sert d’abord son vedettariat : le sujet apparaît plusieurs fois, bien en évidence, sur la page d’accueil, tant en photo que par son nom, et il est mis à côté de Jeanne d’Arc et d’autres figures historiques comme s’il se situait « à leur niveau » ; ER a aussi pour mission la diffusion de la pensée de son directeur, de ses vidéos, de ses conférences, et secondairement seulement celle de ses adjoints et activistes. Dans l’association, le sujet n’a aucun égal : tous doivent se considérer comme ses inférieurs, ses disciples, et gare à celui qui tenterait de suggérer autre chose que la ligne exclusive du directeur. Au contraire, chacun devrait se considérer comme un obligé du sujet et comme privilégié par le simple fait de travailler pour quelqu’un d’aussi génial que lui.

ER sert aussi les intérêts financiers de son directeur via la vente de nombreux produits culturels, vente sur laquelle il touche de copieux bénéfices selon plusieurs témoignages privés (6000 euros par mois net il y a peu, un chiffre d’affaires record de 200.000 euros sur un mois pour la société Culture pour tous il y a plusieurs années, et ainsi de suite).
À cet égard, l’organisation pyramidale d’ER montre à quel point le sujet exploite sans aucune empathie ceux qui peuvent lui rendre service sans guère leur accorder en retour (points 6, 7 et 9). Au cours de ses innombrables conférences, de ses dizaines d’heures d’entretiens sur canapé rouge ou ailleurs, le sujet n’accorde presque aucun remerciement à ses adjoints, ses salariés ou même ses activistes bénévoles. L’une des rares exceptions à cela se trouve dans une conférence où, peut-être brièvement conscient du degré auquel son ego hypertrophié ne cesse d’inonder la scène, il dit : « ER, c’est quand même un groupe, je fais la vedette mais il ne faut pas oublier que derrière il y a aussi des gens. » Il a également remercié ses « fidèles », tels que Pierre Hillard et Marion Sigaut. Ces mentions, très rares, ne lui sont probablement pas venues spontanément, mais semblent lui avoir été extorquées par la menace d’un schisme au sein de l’association après le départ de très nombreux membres plus ou moins anciens.
Lesquels départs, bien entendu, ne sauraient jamais être imputés au style autocratique du directeur, ni à sa ligne politique, mais exclusivement aux limites et aux problèmes d’autrui…

Tout comme son ex-camarade Marc-Édouard Nabe, le sujet n’a aucun remords pour faire travailler autrui gratuitement, que cela soit via la reprise de leurs travaux, via leur bénévolat dans l’association ou via d’autres manières de tirer parti de leur travail. Le sujet trouve normal que des gens se dévouent à lui dans l’ombre et n’y gagnent rien personnellement ; travailler pour un génie tel que lui semble une gratification suffisante pour tenir lieu de salaire. Lorsque le sujet paye des employés ou les aide, il ne peut s’empêcher de s’en vanter, comme s’il y avait là un exploit particulièrement admirable.

Le narcissisme exacerbé du sujet lui confère un ego immature, comme cela se remarque dans son intolérance à la critique – un ego adulte normalement développé étant capable de s’admettre comme imparfait et critiquable sans que cela donne lieu à une crise émotionnelle –, et le pousse à un double standard éhonté allant jusqu’à une absence totale de souci de la sécurité de ses subordonnés : son « journaliste » Vincent Lapierre va ainsi régulièrement s’exposer à des risques physiques, et s’est plusieurs fois fait agresser, sans aucun garde du corps pour le protéger, alors que notre sujet vit avec un garde du corps et ne se déplace jamais sans. (On voit ici le narcissisme converger avec le syndrome de la personnalité antisociale : cela correspond aux points 5 et 7 de sa description dans le DSM-IV, voir ici.)

Enfin, l’usage récurrent du média audiovisuel apparaît comme un moyen de mettre en avant une image de soi plutôt qu’un discours abstrait. Le sujet semble difficilement se concentrer sur un sujet abstrait ou approfondi, préférant soit passer du coq à l’âne comme pour montrer par là l’ensemble de sa propre vision, soit parler de sa propre vie, les deux renvoyant, encore une fois, à sa personne. Cette pratique a fait florès dans les milieux dits dissidents.
Cas d’école en ce qui concerne la personnalité narcissique, le sujet relève également de la personnalité histrionique. Au vu de ce que nous avons déjà dit, on comprendra aisément que ce second aspect de notre diagnostic se combine adéquatement au premier. (Il pourrait être objecté que le sujet relève aussi de la personnalité antisociale, comme nous y avons déjà fait allusion, cependant les aspects correspondants à celle-ci apparaissent dans la stricte continuité de son narcissisme, alors que l’histrionisme constitue quelque chose de plus. Cela dit, à notre époque où les réseaux sociaux et la culture de l’image s’avèrent prépondérantes, il y a fort à parier que la combinaison de narcissisme et d’histrionisme devienne de plus en plus récurrente.)

Le sujet valide 6 des 8 conditions énoncées par le DSM-IV pour relever de la personnalité histrionique (voir liste ici). Plein de lui-même, adorant discourir, hésitant rarement à s’écouter parler sans égard pour le désir d’expression de ses interlocuteurs, le sujet a du mal à tolérer les situations où il n’est pas au centre de l’attention (point 1). Ses relations avec autrui, quand elles ne relèvent pas simplement de la subordination et de l’exploitation, sont caractérisées par un aspect nettement séducteur ou conflictuel : le premier aspect s’observait surtout durant la jeunesse du sujet (émissions de mode, de divertissement où le conflit est désamorcé par la plaisanterie), avant que le second se développe en concordance avec la notoriété et l’ego du sujet (point 2).
Bien qu’il lui arrive d’évoquer des valeurs comme celles de loyauté ou de hiérarchie, le sujet change volontiers d’opinion sur des personnes particulières (point 3). Un exemple-type est celui de ses deux interventions sur le commentateur Pierre Ménès, tantôt « gaulois sympathique et malin qui incarne la France », tantôt « gros con obèse de cent vingt kilos » (respectivement en novembre 2010 et en mai 2015, voir ici).

En dépit de son âge, qu’il met en avant lorsque cela l’arrange (pour souligner la richesse et l’ancienneté de son « parcours » par exemple), le sujet aime se montrer en assumant une identité de « jeune » par le vêtement, blouson en cuir, legging sport ou t-shirt à la mode, ou par son absence lors de photos nu ou demi-nu (point 4). Il aime aussi se revêtir de vêtements incarnant l’autorité, tels que des t-shirts ou polos de corps d’armée, de gendarmerie, de sapeur-pompier, ou même une écharpe de maire. Ces attributs lui permettent à la fois d’attirer l’attention sur lui et de s’identifier à l’autorité institutionnelle des mairies et des corps constitués, sans égard pour la possible contradiction que cela engendre vis-à-vis de sa pose de dissident. (On peut remarquer en passant que l’usage ambivalent des poses « je suis contre le système donc un noble rebelle » et « je suis dans le système donc une personne crédible et d’autorité » est de plus en plus courant, comme si la sensibilité aux contradictions s’émoussait devant les exigences toujours croissantes de l’ego.)

La « légende » ou le « destin » qui constituent la vie du sujet, dans son propre discours du moins, est hautement dramatique et théâtralisée : le sujet se bat contre les plus grandes puissances de France ou même du monde, « on » veut le faire taire, son combat est supposé marquer l’Histoire, et ainsi de suite (point 6). Le narcissisme et l’histrionisme se superposent parfaitement ici.
Si l’on regarde au-delà de ces aspects brillants et théâtralisés, soit dans la vie quotidienne et pratique du sujet, on peut voir que celui-ci s’ennuie très facilement. Doté de peu de substance propre, comme hanté par un vide intérieur, le sujet compense en surinvestissant dans l’image extérieure de soi, fabriquant ainsi un récit connu et largement partagé qui semble dissimuler la vacuité de celui qui se trouve derrière. L’addiction aux drames émotionnels, aux grandes passions, est encore une fois typique de l’histrion.

Ce double caractère narcissique et histrionique a ses avantages : le sujet est éminemment sociable, sait improviser avec un brio certain des discours colorés et plein de verve. Il fait également montre de capacités intellectuelles certaines (son QI se trouve probablement dans les 20 premiers percentiles). Néanmoins, force est de constater que ces capacités réelles, qui font du sujet un meneur de foules et un séducteur certain, ne lui permettent pas de maintenir davantage que des relations superficielles ou inégales en ce que basées sur une subordination systématique. Derrière sa façade brillante et changeante, le sujet possède un ego hypertrophié et immature, une incapacité à se concentrer ou à se donner à qui ou à quoi que ce soit, et des tendances antisociales lui permettant d’exploiter les autres, les réduisant ainsi au rôle de spectateurs de son show ou d’instruments sans âme au service de ses fins propres.

Pour terminer, on signalera une tendance paranoïaque, avec 3 conditions validées sur les 7 données par le DSM-IV pour ce type de personnalité (soit un chiffre insuffisant pour parler de personnalité pleinement paranoïaque mais suffisant pour déceler une tendance, voir liste des 7 conditions ici). Le sujet tend à surinterpréter certains propos, soit en y voyant une critique poussée ou un « manque de respect » sérieux à son égard, soit en croyant y déceler des sous-entendus de conspiration, alors que rien ne permet objectivement de valider l’une ou l’autre de ces interprétations (point 4). Il se montre terriblement rancunier vis-à-vis de gens qui lui ont fait du tort dans le passé, tels que ceux des milieux du show-business, gens qu’il se vante d’avoir « giflé » ou « frappé » (ITW Fluctuat), qu’il aimerait mettre dans « un goulag de La Défense » (ITW Videodrom) ou encore faire attaquer par une « armée de Spartacus » (témoignage privé), soit un aspect qui contredit sa prétention au « pardon chrétien » contre le « ni pardon ni oubli » du Talmud ; sans doute faudrait-il un rapport beaucoup plus long que celui-ci pour relever toutes les contradictions que l’on trouve dans le discours du sujet (point 5). Enfin, il réagit très vivement et très longuement aux attaques qui lui sont faites, plus que ne l’exige la simple romantisation de celles-ci : voir par exemple son trop fameux « J’ai baisé ta femme » à l’adresse de Stéphane Guillon ou son « algarade » récente (point 6).

Le 6 janvier 2017
Docteur N.








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