The Realist Report – John Niems

John Niems

On this edition of The Realist Report, we’re joined by John Niems, a singer, songwriter, musician, and truth-seeker. In this podcast, John and I discussed his musical background, his views on the “Holocaust” and 9/11, and the importance of supporting honest truth seekers (rather than the Jewish mass media and “entertainment” industry!). Be sure to check out John’s great music!

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  • Gunnlaug Ormstungu

    Did the NSDAP refer to themselves as Nazis?

    This suggests that they did: Ein Nazi faehrt nach Palestin was a series of articles in the NSDAP paper Das Angriff which tells of a German going to Palestine

    “Thus, in early 1933, Baron Leopold Itz Edler von Mildenstein, a man who a few years later was to become chief of the Jewish section of the SD (the Sicherheitsdienst, or security service, the SS intelligence branch headed by Reinhard Heydrich), was invited along with his wife to tour Palestine and to write a series of articles for Goebbels’s Der Angriff. And so it was that the Mildensteins, accompanied by Kurt Tuchler, a leading member of the Berlin Zionist Organisation, and his wife, visited Jewish settlements in Eretz Israel. The highly positive articles, entitled “A Nazi Visits Palestine,” were duly published, and, to mark the occasion, a special medallion cast, with a swastika on one side and a Star of David on the other.”

    see David Irving’s site with a series of emails from readers on the source

    I know many revisionists who admire the NSDAP do not like the suggestion that NSDAPers referred to themselves as Nazis, but it seems that at least in this instance, they did.