Saturday Afternoon with Carolyn Yeager: 75 Years After “Kristallnacht” Plus Erhard Milch’s “Jewishness”

Carolyn Yeager
The White Network
November 11, 2013

131101-hitler-goebbels-kristallnacht-press-conference-1938The false reporting that the National Socialist Party itself carried out the violent outburst against Jews that took place in Germany during the night of Nov. 9-10, 1938  — supposedly engineered by Goebbels, Himmler and Heydrich (!) — is very competently refuted by revisionist historian Ingrid Weckert. Carolyn reduces Weckert’s research and conclusions to three lie-proof reasons why “Kristallnacht (Crystal Night – The Night of Broken Glass) was a false flag instigated by foreign Jewry. They are:

  • Qui Bono? International Jewry benefited from it, while the National-Socialists and Hitler’s government were disgraced and had difficulty coming up with any believable explanations for such a “propaganda disaster”;
  • The timing of Nov. 9, the anniversary date of the 1923 failed putsch in Munich which was holy to Hitler and his party, would never have been chosen by them. But because all the N-S district leaders from all over the Reich would be in Munich then, made it a brilliant choice by the real perpetrators;
  • The support given to Herschel Grynspan, the young Polish-Jewish assassin of the Sec. of the German Embassy in Paris, Ernst Vom Rath (used as a pretext for the rioting), by LICA (Int. League Against Anti-Semitism), now LICRA,  points to this Jewish/Communist organization as the real perpetrator behind Kristallnacht.

 

Carolyn cites David Irving‘s disclosures on Field Marshall Erhard Milch, 2nd in command of the Luftwaffe, under Göring, both in his biography of Milch, The Rise and Fall of the Luftwaffe and also the later Göring: A Biography. It’s most likely Milch was not the son of a Jewish man, but a pure Aryan after all.

 

Image: Joseph Goebbels and Adolf Hitler on left; Rudolf Hess on far right hold a press conference at the Führerbau in Munich, Nov. 11, 1938. Note the Arno Breker sculpture above the fireplace.

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