Mnemosyne and Lethe; The Culture of Remembrance and Oblivion in the Western System

Salvador Dalí. “The Persistence of Memory” (1931)

The Culture of remembrance shapes the political foundation of every state in the world. When addressing the culture of remembrance in Germany, what crosses one’s mind immediately is the Allied-prescribed collective memory for the German people installed at the end of World War II. The psychological roots of this post-war culture of remembrance and its significance for the Germans, as well as for other peoples in Europe, go back deep into their past. Why does the culture of remembrance, as opposed to the culture of oblivion, play such a prominent role in Germany, but also to a lesser extent in the whole of the West—as if the real course of world history must have started in the aftermath of 1945?

Memory and collective memory are the foundations of the identity formation process irrespective of our hatred or love toward our opinion makers or toward our politicians respectively, or, for that matter, irrespective of the prevailing zeitgeist. One must first clarify a few terms and sort out a few names from European mythology and history, and also place this subject into a larger historical and philosophical context. Inevitably, one is bound to attempt to rescue a few poets and thinkers.

In ancient Greek mythology Mnemosyne is the name of the memory goddess; she is the symbol of omniscience and all-knowledge. Without Mnemosyne there is no human life, no language, no culture, and without her, all people are doomed to vegetate like animals stripped of their memory. In contrast to the memory goddess Mnemosyne, the goddess Lethe is portrayed as a river of forgetfulness; that is, Lethe is the stream of oblivion flowing in the notorious underworld. He who dares drink from this river forgets his previous life, but also his worries and his weltschmerz, in the hope of attaining a relatively carefree life in the underworld, or reenact a new life on earth.[i] These two goddesses are often evoked by poets, and figuratively speaking by all of us on the daily basis when struggling to suppress or obliterate embarrassing past events, including those of a political nature. Alongside, we yearn to resuscitate our beautiful memories, or better yet revive the moments of our past bliss.

There are, however, differences between individual and collective memories. Collective memories, which are usually administered on memorial days or public commemorations, or other public events, are always politically supervisedFor example, countless days of collective remembrance honoring the victims of fascism or colonialism in countries of the former communist Eastern bloc turned into political spectacles—but of a transitory nature. The day after, most of those memorial days were either collectively forgotten or were met with general disinterest. Thereafter, citizens of former East Germany or former Yugoslavia made jokes behind closed doors about those communist spectacles and their organizers. One can recall gigantic memorial events in former East Germany or in former Yugoslavia held in honor of the fallen Soviet soldiers or communist partisans in World War II. Of course, public commemorations for the victims of communism were not allowed; nameless victims of communism were shoved into the culture of oblivion. In the official communist culture of remembrance there could be no victims of communism at all, given that the terms “victim” and “memory” were only applied to selected communist heroes. Following the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, as well as in the wake of the collapse of Yugoslavia in 1991, communist memorial events had to be remodeled and replaced with new memorial words, with former communist self-promoters having to adapt themselves to the liberal zeitgeist. At these new commemorative events former communist symbolism is being replaced now by a liberal verbiage and iconography. Little has changed, however, as far as antifascist content is concerned. Incidentally, the days of collective commemoration for the victims of fascism and especially the homage to the Holocaust victims make up the foundation of the international law in Western Europe, Eastern Europe and in America.

Remembering the wishful thinking

Our individual remembrance, on the other hand, especially if it brings forth images of past happy encounters or joyful moments from good old or ancient times, often functions as a pipe dream, whereby we nostalgically project those past blissful images into the present, or the near future in the hope of having them relived one more time. Every wishful thinking, however, is a logical consequence of a disfigured memory. One can recall here the words by the poet Hölderlin in his poem “Mnemosyne,” in which he expresses his longing for the rebirth of mythical times:

And there’s a law,
That things crawl off in the manner of snakes,
Prophetically, dreaming on the hills of heaven.
And there is much that needs to be retained,
Like a load of wood on the shoulders.
But the pathways are dangerous.[ii]

To each of us his own memories, to each of others also his interpretation of his memories. My interpretation of my memories of my past encounters are differently crafted than those composed by the individuals who shared those previous encounters. Even unimaginative people have a need for imaginary memories often bordering on reality-denying wishful thinking. The contrast between reality and wishful thinking, however, plays a special role in individual memories, because wishful thinking often borders on self-deception. In order to better illustrate wishful thinking, one could enumerate countless German poets and especially German Dark Romanticists describing their memories that usually lead up to catastrophes, suicide or deaths.

Great disappointments in particular arise with memories relating to political views. Many of us know colleagues who are astute critics of the System, but whose alternative dreams about the future of Europe or the US are based on unreal judgments. Whenever we make reference to political dreams, what comes to mind is the symbolism in the novella An Incident at the Owl Creek Bridge by the American writer Ambrose Bierce.[iii] The main character is a Southern local politician who has been captured and sentenced to death in the midst of the American Civil War. He is already swinging on the gallows yet imagining how he has cleverly escaped the noose of his Yankee executioners, while at the same time relishing his return to his family within his self-overstretched timespan. The desire for his doppelganger who could trade places was a great illusion though. He was already dead and gone.

The difference between individual and collective memory is glaring. Our individual memories, even if they are not generated by a power politician, can also turn into a nightmare. Each memory, regardless of whether it is individual or collective, harbors the risk of playing itself out in a subjective notion of time extension. Mulling over those happy moments from the past devours more time than the actual timespan that it took to live those happy moments. Worse, mulling over happy moments can transform itself into the sense of a distorted self which longs for world improvement. Conversely, we also crave to ditch some of our bad memories, especially if they remind us in hindsight of our past grotesque behavior or our previous awkward encounters, or of our former political lifestyles. Ernst Jünger vividly describes the sense of the overstretched time resulting from ceaselessly pondering our memories.

Collective memory, or a memory imposed by a government or a tyrant easily generates mass psychosis, as we are experiencing today with state-decreed Covid regulations. Incidentally, one could also note a series of political-historical commemorations in the EU and America in favor of non-European migrants and their colonized history. German politicians on such occasions like to posture as role models for a self-induced wrongdoing nation (“Tätervolk”)—a nation that is expected to carry out in public and for all eternity the remembrance rituals on behalf of victims of fascism. This overkill in the German compulsion to cozy up to foreigners is very old, having its roots in the politics of self-denial extending deep into the hundreds of years of stateless German history. Erwin Stransky, a German thinker and neurologist of Jewish descent and very friendly to Germans, noticed shortly after the end of the First World War, that is, way before the post-World War II Allied brainwashing and liberal-communist re-education started. He noted how the Germans like raving about aliens and “that nowhere is it easier than in Germany to lure and confuse the spirits with cleverly “launched” pseudo-scientific or pseudo-legal catchphrases.” [iv] Such a disfigured memory has now become a hallmark of all Western peoples.


Getting high on oblivion

Where does the culture of oblivion stand? Collective forgetting is often encouraged by EU and US politicians and the media, especially in relation to millions of unknown victims of communism or countless victims of the World War II Allied aerial terror bombing. Over decades those victims have only featured as footnotes in Western media. Even more grotesque is the craving for oblivion by many US and EU establishment intellectuals and politicians with regard to the outdatedness of their former political views—views to which they were ardent standard bearers not long ago. This is the case with ex-Marxist intellectuals in the aftermath of the breakdown of their Marxist mystique. The majority of these people have by now completely switched to the capitalist free market ideology.

Sleep is an expedient tool to self-oblivion and above all it helps a lot in fighting bad memories. Dreamless sleep is the best way to pull oneself out of bad memories. Shakespeare’s protagonists often talk of sleep as the best method of salvation, whereby a good night’s sleep of a political prisoner brings more happiness than sleepless and memorable days of a tyrant. The life-weary Hamlet, always betrayed and duped by his royal family, speaks to himself:

To sleep! perchance to dream; ay, there’s the rub;
For in that sleep of death what dreams may come
When we have shuffled off this mortal coil,
Must give us pause: there’s the respect
That makes calamity of so long life;
For who would bear the whips and scorns of time[v]

The powerful ruler King Henry IV in another Shakespeare’s drama praises even more the salvation of a gentle sleep:

How many thousand of my poorest subjects
Are at this hour asleep! O sleep, O gentle sleep,
Nature’s soft nurse, how have I frighted thee,
That thou no more wilt weigh my eyelids down
And steep my senses in forgetfulness?[vi]

In addition to sleep, there are more vivid methods for harnessing the forgetting process and rid oneself of bad memories, or at least temporarily keeping them under control. The age-old remedy is alcohol, or better yet the drug opium, which slows down the flow of time and keeps embarrassing memories in check. Once again, one must refer to Ernst Jünger, who was not only the best observer of our end times, but also the best German connoisseur of numerous narcotics. Jünger was a refined gentleman who dealt a lot with the intake of “acid”—LSD—in order to better circumnavigate the acidic liberal-communist walls of time. In addition, Jünger was good friends with the discoverer of LSD, Dr. Albert Hoffmann. Both lived for more than one hundred years. “Acid is great!”—so would say his disciples addicted to his name.

Under the influence of narcotics time slows down. The river flows more gently; the banks recede. Time becomes boundless; it turns into a sea.[vii]

One must be cautious though with drug trips, as there is always a risk of forgetting one’s fate.[viii] Homer’s Odysseus faced this danger with his sailors on his way back home. After their long sea-wandering, one day they all ended up in the land of the lotus eaters—men who indulged in eating lotus drug, thereby acquiring the skills to rid themselves of their memories and all accompanying worries. Odysseus had a lot of trouble getting his intoxicated, memoryless comrades back on board.[ix] In fact, those mythical lotus eaters that Odysseus met are a primeval image of contemporary citizens in Germany, the EU and the USA. No more need for the System to fabricate martyrs, as was the case under communism; the System knows how to use far more elegant methods in enforcing the general will through forced mass oblivion. In Georgia, in the Caucasus, where the tyrant Stalin was born, there is fertile soil good for cannabis growth. Instead of the Gulags in Siberia, Stalin could have had more success in setting up marijuana fields in the former Soviet Union.

Later on, Odysseus ends up at the premises of the witch goddess Circe—the goddess whose powers turned his stranded sailors into pigs. These new swinish creatures, albeit endowed with human understanding, no longer complain about their new life. Quite the contrary. The process of forgetting can be good.[x] In such an oblivion-prone environment Nietzsche’s famous words sound pretty much out of date: “Blessed are the forgetful; for they get over their stupidities, too.” Remembering a previous life on Earth can be hell for many people. The System, with its world-improving tales now uses similar Homeric pig-transformation methods of mass dumbing down, promising the birth of La La Land, yet putting it off again and again until the indefinite future when all evil has been expunged. In addition, the System employs refined techniques to keep its citizens under control, either through forced forgetting or selective memorization.

And that’s nothing new in history. Damnatio memoriae or damnation of memory was a common process in ancient Rome against despicable, albeit deceased politicians. Few are those who have the courage to attack living tyrants. The same process of cursing the memory of modern heretics or dissenters continues to rage in full force in modern Germany, the US and the EU. What is new, however, is the rise in self-censorship and self-policing of the vast majority of politicians, but also of the majority of establishment academics. Censorship has always been part of state-imposed collective forgetting, having been around since ancient times. In the contemporary West, however, self-censorship means self-denial, whereby even intelligent people at some point in their career decide on relinquishing their selves. The German poet and medical doctor Gottfried Benn, along with many other European thinkers who managed to survive the Allied terror bombing and purges during and after World War II, wrote in his poem “The Lost Self” of the individual lost in time and space, without direction or values.

Lost I – blasted apart by stratospheres,
victim of ion -: gamma-ray lamb –
particle and field -: chimeras and infinity
on your great stone of Notre- Dame.[xi]

Self-Censorship and Self-Denial

It is worth remembering the much-lauded German philologist and academic, professor Harald Weinrich, who is often quoted by the System-friendly media and who has written a good book on the culture of forgetting and remembrance in European literature. As with countless establishment academics, however, he is mandated to occasionally perform atonement rites. This strikes the eye in Chapter IX of his much-championed book Lethe: The Art and Critique of Forgetting where he chimes in on the perpetual Auschwitz remembrance. “Forgetting is no longer allowed here. There can’t be an art of forgetting here either and there should be none.” [xii] In his remarks for the media, he goes on with his virtue-signaling statements: “I can therefore only wholeheartedly agree that there should be an absolute ban on forgetting genocide.”[xiii]

Such Canossa-like confessions of guilt are today part of the political folklore in Germany. Not a word from Weinrich and other antifa fellow travelers about the forced forgetting imposed by the System in regard to millions of hunted down Germans, Croats, and other Eastern Europeans after the victorious march of the Allies in 1945. Weinrich and many of his kindred spirits, with their newly acquired religion of remembrance, fit into Nietzsche’s hyper-moralistic archetype, “where this man of bad conscience has seized on religious presupposition in order to provide his self-torture with its most horrific hardness and sharpness.”[xiv] Weinrich is only a tiny example of the majority of EU whipping-boy academics all vying for a glitzy media-academic visibility through their self-flagellation and self-denial. Long ago the allegory of this German spiritual self-emasculation was described by the German poet and painter Wilhelm Busch in his sarcastic story about Saint Anthony. The ever-repentant Saint Anthony, the great animal lover, decides to get engaged to a pig, presumably in order to better insure his transgender zoophile ascension to heaven for all eternity:

Welcome! Enter in peace!
No friend is divorced from friend here. Quite a
few sheep come in,
why not a good pig too!! [xv]

Several authors have written critically about distorted historical awareness and a selective memory process of Whites. It appears that the more one talks today about the need to remember the victims of fascism, the more these regurgitated antifascist memories turn into objects of incredulity and mass ridicule. Meanwhile, the memory of millions of victims of communism is being relegated to the realm of oblivion. Remembering the fate of expelled and killed German civilians after World War II is gradually becoming of antiquarian-archival interest only, and then only sporadically. The German, US and EU media, including the establishment historians and politicians, if and when narrating communist killing fields are extremely careful never to overshadow the memory of the Holocaust body count. For example, the Croatian post-World War II catastrophe with its hundreds of thousands of dead, known among nationalist-minded Croats as the “Bleiburg tragedy” is hardly ever referred to as part Western collective memory.[xvi] On the other hand, the overbidding in antifascist, Jewish and anti-colonial memories, where the proverbial “bad German” always features on the front stage, plays the central role in international law. Sporadic anticommunist memories that are somewhat in line with the System-sponsored memorial festivities are being downgraded to semi-mythological and folkloric events that can be observed every once in a while in today’s Eastern Europe.

Just as there are differences among the living, there must be differences among the dead. The question arises as to whether the System and its post-communist and liberal offshoots in Germany, the EU, and the US can survive at all without calling to rescue the memories of the “fascist beasts”? Without conjuring up household demons such as Ante Pavelic, Francisco Franco, Vidkun Quisling, etc.? And without constantly recalling Adolf Hitler, the timeless cosmic demon? Today’s prime time culture of remembrance, i.e., the fate of Jews in World War II, long ago morphed into the act of a religious psychodrama going far beyond historical remembrance. In addition to that, many non-European peoples are also now passionately scrambling for their own victimhood pedestal in order to highlight it as the only one worthy of world remembrance. Here we can refer to A. de Benoist’s quotation:

The favorite tool of victimhood overkill is “duty to remember”. Memory is inscribed against a background of oblivion, because one can only remember by selecting what should not be forgotten. (Such a task would be meaningless if we had to remember everything). Memory is therefore highly selective. … One of the highlights of the “duty to remember” means that there is no statute of limitations for “crime against humanity” — a notion which is likewise devoid of meaning. Strictly speaking only an extraterrestrial could commit a crime against humanity (By the way, the perpetrators of such crimes are usually depicted in the metaphorical sense as “extraterrestrials”.) — and in complete contradiction to the European cultural tradition, which by granting amnesty provides the judicial form of oblivion. [xvii]

One has to recall Nietzsche’s critical words here, when he writes about the overkill of our “monumental” and “antiquarian” memories: “The surfeit of history of an age seems to me hostile and dangerous to life….”[xviii] Nietzsche’s warning, however, applies today to all European peoples and their respective victimologies, be they of antiquarian or monumental nature. To what degree should Europeans, and especially the German people, stretch their historical memories? Up to the massacre of the Saxons at Verden in AD 782, or up to the millions of dead in the Thirty Years’ War, or up to the millions of ethnic Germans and Eastern Europeans killed in the aftermath of World War II? Mulling over the opposing memories is becoming pointless today. With or without their forgotten and resurrected dead, the whole of the German-EU-US System resembles a large, outdated, multicultural antiquarian bookshop where fake sorcerer’s apprentices keep lecturing on selective and fake memories.


[i] T. Sunic, Titans are in Town(A Novella andAccompanying Essays), preface by Kevin MacDonald (London, Budapest: Arktos, 2017).

[ii] Poems of Friedrich Hölderlin, Selected and translated by James Mitchell; bilingual, in German and English (San Francisco: Ithuriel’s Spear, 2007), p. 95.

[iii] Ambrose Bierce, An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge and other stories –Ein Vorfall an der Eulenfluß-Brücke und andere Erzählungen) (edited by Angela Uthe-Spencker), (München: Deutscher Taschenbuch-Verlag,bilingual 1980).

[iv] Erwin Stransky, Der Deutschenhass (Wien und Leipzig: F. Deuticke Verlag, 1919), p. 71

[v] William Shakespeare, Hamlet (Act III, Sc 1)(Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1877) p. 210-211.

[vi] Dramatic Writings of Shakespeare, Henry IV, Part 2, Act III, Sc. I, London: ed. John BellBritish Library, 1788), p.60.

[vii]Ernst Jünger, Annäherungen: Drogen und Rausch (München: DTV Klett-Cotta, 1990), p. 37.

[viii] Cf. Tomislav Sunic, „Rechter Rausch; Drogen und Demokratie“, Neue Ordnung (Graz, IV/2003).

[ix] The Oddyssey of HomeBook IX,with explanatory notes by T.A. Buckley, (London: George Bell and Sons, 1891). p. 118.

[x] Ibid.,Book X, pp. 137-146. Harald Weinrich, Lethe-Kunst und Kritik des Vergessens, (München: Verlag C.H Beck, 1997), p. 230

[xi] Gottfried Benn, „Das verlorene Ich“, Statische Gedichte (Hamburg: Luchterhand Ver., 1991), p. 48. Also translated intoEnglish by Mark W. Roche:

[xii] Harald Weinrich, Lethe-Kunst und Kritik des Vergessens (München: Verlag C.H Beck, 1997), p. 230.

Cf. Lethe, The Art and Critique of Forgetting (Cornell University Press, 2004).

[xiii] H. Weinrich, „Bayerischer Rundfunk“ progam April 4, 1999.

[xiv]Friedrich Nietzsche, On the Genealogy of Morality, Second Essay, Section 22. Transl. by Carol Diethe (Cambridge University Press, 2007), p. 63.

[xv] See the whole German text, Wilhelm Busch, Der Heilige Antonius von Padua, (Straßburg; Verlag von Moritz Schauenburg, no date), p. 72. Also parts in English:,anti%2Dclerical%20attitude%20Wilhelm%20Buschs.

[xvi] Cf. T. Sunic, „Es leben meine Toten! – Die Antifa-Dämonologie und die kroatische Opferlehre“.Neue Ordnung (Graz, I/2015).

[xvii] Alain de Benoist, Les Démons du Bien (Paris: éd. P. Guillaume de Roux, 2013), p. 34-35.

[xviii] F. Nietzsche, On the Advantage and Disadvantage of History for Life, Section 5, transl. by P. Preuss (Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Co., 1980), p. 28.

21 replies
  1. Barkingmad
    Barkingmad says:

    I love this article. Tom starts out slow, then advances mightily and never relents.

    Mind you, for my part, some days I hope that opium becomes readily available and cheap as borshch. 🙂

      • Barkingmad
        Barkingmad says:

        Ha ha ha. I asked my son what he thinks of hopium as a substitute for opium and he said, nah, go for COPIUM instead. Oh, those clever youngsters, they know everything.

        Anyway, and I’m not making this up, a visitor said he wanted to see my garden. He headed for the large poppies whose seed pods were fresh and green, took out a knife, and scraped or cut or whatever they do. I doubt he collected enough; you’d need lots of plants to produce even a bit of opium.

  2. Pierre de Craon
    Pierre de Craon says:

    … should Europeans, and especially the German people, stretch their historical memories … [up] to the massacre of the Saxons at Verden in AD 782?

    I have long since despaired of persuading even a single individual hereabouts, perhaps least of all Tom Sunic, of the moral illiteracy of his or her Christophobia. Nevertheless, if only for the sake of offering evidence that there are other, better ways of characterizing what happened at Verden in 782 than the plainly partial one offered in the quotation above, I am pasting links to two rather more nuanced accounts of the event singled out by Doctor Sunic. I invite readers to decide where the larger quantum of accuracy and impartiality resides.

    In conclusion, it is not unfair to suggest, I think, that Doctor Sunic would be much more sympathetic to Charlemagne had the latter’s motives for expansion and unification not included furthering the spread of the Catholic faith.

  3. Emicho
    Emicho says:

    “To what degree should Europeans, and especially the German people, stretch their historical memories? . . . . . . . . up to the millions of dead in the Thirty Years’ War . . . . ?”

    When in the first years of the 20th century he was asked what his foreign policy was, the German Ambassador in London stated that it was simple. Avoid a repeat of the Thirty Years War.
    It was three centuries ago, but they were still traumatised by it.
    They then proceded to get thirty years of unimaginable hell on earth.
    This might seem tragic beyond the power of words to express, but we just have to keep reminding ourselves that the German people are baddies, and the only true victimised race on earth are the Jews.
    Anyone who tries to counter this by saying *their* great tragedy was a hoax, from which they are still shamelessly extorting money 80 years on, or that these are by far the richest and most powerful group on earth, this just proves you’re an vile anti-Semite with a heart full of hate.

    • TJ
      TJ says:

      Jews’ most potent arguments are name calling, combined with ad hominem. They do this because it works.

      These are really impotent- this tactic needs to be pointed out so that interested parties can see that JEWS HAVE NO ARGUMENTS and actually despise argumentation.

      • Pierre de Craon
        Pierre de Craon says:

        As your links tend to be informative, amusing, or both, Al, I clicked first on one and then on the other. The result in each case: 404 Not Found. Presumably someone important was annoyed by them.

  4. Peter
    Peter says:

    I have an affection often for people from countries that were German allies or at least German friendly during the wars. The people from these nations have memories too and their friendliness or nicer demeanor towards Germans as compared to others is noticeable. I’m in Estonia now and it’s the same here.

    • Jim Bowden
      Jim Bowden says:

      I am in Australia, you are absolutely RIGHT, my maternal grandfather (who was a Croatian) used to say how fair; prim & proper were the German army towards the enemy. He was one of the very….very…. few survivors from the Battle for Stalingrad (1942-1943) … a young boy he said how many wounded Russian prisoners of war were treated the same way as the wounded regular German army soldiers. Unfortunately, you cannot find many books or articles willing to tell the TRUTH about the honor and valor of the Germans or the German army these days……? as the saying goes: ‘victors write their own history as they please’. This is shameful, but unfortunately it’s the TRUTH.

      • Barkingmad
        Barkingmad says:

        I know an old man (age 81) from Germany whose mother (he does not know who his father was) hated Hitler and his national socialists, and her son, my acquaintance, agreed with her. He never had anything good to say about them. Yet, one day some years ago, when we were having a chat about the war, out of nowhere he said that the Germans were real “gentlemen” (his words) in their treatment of enemies and POWs compared to allies and Soviets. I was still somewhat liberal at that time but I think a seed was sown in me (which took a long time to germinate).

      • Peter
        Peter says:

        Thanks and I think there is a lot of evidence to back up what you say (but kept hidden from the public). In an interview with Ursula Haverbeck, a 94 year old German woman quite knowledgeable, she pulled out the German military’s rule book in a nationwide German TV interview and she said it prohibited rape by a German soldier and the death penalty was the punishment. Knowing what sticklers the Germans are for rules, that belies any claims the German army raped. I always strongly thought it didn’t, but that confirms it. By contrast, the Soviet Army used mass rape as a part of warfare with the Jew propagandist Ilya Ehrenburg encouraging rape in at least one of his articles. Also, the hidden fact that all across the USSR, including in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus (the Slavic republics) significant numbers of Soviets sympathized with and sometimes joined the German armed forces to fight against the USSR, provides ample evidence of just how awful the USSR was. I also think the German’s behavior was at least as fair as the British and Americans.

        Regarding Jews, I think the official history (or narrative) of WW II is a blatant lie, a blatant lie by omission. Jews are regarded as having now role, or a minor role in provoking the war, while the evidence shows they were the major power that promoted a war against Germany from the moment Hitler was elected, and Hitler commented in his speeches on Jews pushing for the war. I view the main antagonists of WW II as being National Socialism vs Jewish Bolshevism which also meant Germans vs Jews, and Jews were a major power in the USSR, making up 80 to 85% of the USSR’s first government according to Russian President Putin (another fact lied about thru omission, never mentioning it). Once this is understood, Germany’s conduct towards Jews is understood better, although because of constant lying since the war regarding German policies towards Jews (such as claims Jews were made into soap and lampshades) it is hard to determine exactly how hard Germany was on the Jews.

  5. Bobby
    Bobby says:

    Thank you for a very well written and erudite piece Tom.

    Let us not ever ‘forget’, the Jewish Bolshevik takeover of Russian in 1917 and its long, pernicious aftermath. The death of millions of Christian kulaks being slaughtered on their farms, the long train rides to the gulags where many perished, if they even made it to the gulags. Think of all and remember the families who perished this way. Also the torture of children in the Jewish Romanian prisons during communist rule there. Never forget. Tell others what really happened.

    The mainstream historian Paul Kengor, in his book, “The Devil and Karl Marx,” wrote in that book how he had to stop writing it at one point and take a break because the history of communism was so painful to research and to know.

    Many of Harvey Weinstein’s victims talked about how much pain they had carried for so many years. All Shiksa’s except for one. Same with Matt Laurer’s victims.

    It’s very painful for me at times, as I’m sure it is for others here, to know these truths about Jewish communist history and even worse, know the truth about Judaism, the original national socialists, and their lie that we all live in everyday.

  6. moneytalks
    moneytalks says:

    A very cursory but otherwise erudite , interesting and relevant essay .

    However , your assertion ___

    …”” “crime against humanity” — a notion which is likewise devoid of meaning.””

    was somewhat shocking . It was perplexing and not immediately obvious on what basis you could validly express such an opinion .

    Apparently you are interpreting ___

    “crime[s] against humanity”

    in a strict literal sense instead of its normal rhetorical sense where that very common worldly expression is understood by most people to actually mean ___

    { crime(s) against [ a portion of ] humanity }

    where [ a portion of ] is tacitly understood .

    Surely you do not claim that ___

    { crime(s) against [ a portion of ] humanity }

    is devoid of meaning ?

    • moneytalks
      moneytalks says:

      Apology for being unintentionally misleading in my comment above where at the top of it is

      ” However , your assertion ___”

      should have unambiguously specified

      [ However , the Benoist assertion in your essay ___ ] ;

      and “you” ( referring to Dr. Sunic in that comment )

      should be [ Benoist ] .

  7. Al Ross
    Al Ross says:

    Pierre , perhaps your accusation of Christophobia might be held in abeyance until we establish what Dr Sunic thinks of other Middle Eastern based Supernatural beliefs vis – a – vis the Laws of Nature ( or Physics ) ?

    HUGO FUERST says:

    WHATEVER the facts or fictions, rights or wrongs, who can reasonably deny that the “Shoah” has become the central cult for western Jews, and the “Holocaust” as the normative secular icon for western Gentiles? As a “religion”, the killing of the “Chosen People of G’d” is replacing the killing of the “Begotten Son of God”, and the Ascension of Israel replaces the Ascension of Christ. Readers can work out the rest of the Atonement and Judgment theology.
    Meanwhile, it is reported that Wikipedia is considering the deletion of its entry “Mass killings under communist regimes”.

    • moneytalks
      moneytalks says:

      ” Meanwhile, it is reported that Wikipedia is considering the deletion of its entry “Mass killings under communist regimes”.”

      Thanks for the notice .

    • moneytalks
      moneytalks says:

      “” As a “religion”, the killing of the “Chosen People of G’d” is replacing the killing of the “Begotten Son of God”, and the Ascension of Israel replaces the Ascension of Christ.””

      Superb observation ( albeit unbearably depressing ) .

      First came the 1054 AD Great Schism of the RCC ; then came the 1517 AD beginning of the Protestant Reformation schism of the RCC which begot the KJV corruption of the RCC New Testament ; then came the hugely successful 1917 AD Rothschild empire sponsored Scofield corruption of the KJV NT ; now we have , as you presciently noted , the last stage grandiose corruption of the foundation of all Christianity and its final defeat ; and the final obliteration , by the chosenhite jewmasterss , of the spirit of Amalek and any living descendants .

      White Christians are doomed except perhaps for a miraculous remnant that somehow manages to survive the genocidal extermination agenda of the ILLuminati jewmasterss . As it turns out , Christian sheeplism is a lethal toxin that has been all swallowed up to the last drop .

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