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Sunday, 28 February 2016

Lothrop Stoddard’s Into the Darkness – Chapter 9: The Battle of the Land

The text from chapter nine of Lothrop Stoddard’s 1940 publication, Into the Darkness: An Uncensored Report from Inside the Third Reich at War — a book about his 1939 visit to Germany — is reproduced in full below:
The peasant is the life-spring of our Reich and our race.
Thus did Walther Darré, Minister of Agriculture and Food Supply, concisely state the Nazi attitude toward the land and those who work it. Blut und Boden! “Blood and Soil!” That is one of National Socialism’s key slogans. Nowhere has this revolutionary regime undertaken more daring and original experiments than upon the land itself. Of that I was aware when I came to Germany, so I was anxious to study this challenging phase of German life by first-hand observation.
The Minister was more than willing to assist. This big, energetic, good-looking man is one of the most interesting personalities among the Nazi leaders. As his name indicates, he descends from Huguenot ancestors who came to Germany three centuries ago. Furthermore, as I have stated, he was born in the Argentine. The son of a wealthy German resident, he spent his early life in South America. He is well qualified for his job, since he is an expert on agriculture and stockbreeding.
I have already quoted Dr. Darré on the food-card system now in operation*. However, in our conversations, he repeatedly emphasized that this was merely part of a much larger organic whole which far transcended the war. Here is how he summarized National Socialism’s agricultural aim and policy: “When we came to power in 1933, one of our chief endeavors was to save German agriculture from impending ruin. However, our agricultural program went far beyond mere economic considerations. It was based on the idea that no nation can truly prosper without a sound rural population. It is not enough that the farmers shall be tolerably well-off; they should also be aware of their place in the national life and be able to fulfill it. Here are the three big factors in the problem: First, to assure an ample food supply; second, to safeguard the future by a healthy population increase; third, to develop a distinctive national culture deeply rooted in the soil. This ideal logically implies an aim which goes far beyond what is usually known as an agrarian policy.” These factors were dealt with by three important pieces of legislation passed shortly after the Nazis came to power. They were: (1) The National Food Estate; (2) The Hereditary Farmlands Law; (3) The Market Control Statute.
The Food Estate is a gigantic quasi-public corporation embracing in its membership not only all persons immediately on the land but also everyone connected with the production and distribution of foodstuffs. Large landowners, small peasants, agricultural laborers, millers, bakers, canners, middlemen, right down to local butchers and grocers — they are one and all included in this huge vertical trust. The aim is to bring all these group interests, previously working largely at cross-purposes, into a harmonious, co-ordinated whole, concerned especially with problems of production and distribution. The Market Control Statute links all this with the consumer. The aim here is a thoroughgoing, balanced economic structure based on the principle known as the “just price.” Everybody is supposed to make a profit, but none are to be out of line with the others. Furthermore, the ultimate consumer is to be protected from profiteering.
The Hereditary Farmlands Law revives the old Teutonic concept that the landowner is intimately linked to the land. It is officially stated that “The idea engendered by Roman law that land was so much merchandise to be bought and sold at will is profoundly repugnant to German feelings. To us, soil is something sacred; the peasant and his land belong inseparably together.” Emphasis is thus laid on the Bauer, imperfectly translated by our word peasant. The German Bauer is an independent landowner, self-respecting and proud of the name. We can best visualize him as like the old English yeoman.
This is the class which National Socialism seeks to foster by making peasant holdings hereditary; keeping the farm in the family, and keeping it intact by having it descend through the oldest son. That was the old Teutonic method, which still prevails by custom in parts of Germany. Over 700,000 of these hereditary farm holdings have now been established. They cannot be sold or mortgaged; neither can a creditor seize the crop for the owner’s personal debt. To qualify as a hereditary peasant, however, a man must be of German blood and be able to manage his property. Title to the land is thus not absolute; it is rather functional in character.
This type of peasant is most numerous in Northwestern Germany. In the eastern provinces, great estates predominate. In Southern Germany, on the contrary, where farms have customarily been divided among all the children, holdings tend to be too small. The Nazis consider either extreme economically and socially unsound. They therefore seek to split up the big estates into moderate-sized peasant farmsteads, and combine small parcels into normal units. They are not trying to rush things, but considerable progress has been made along both lines.
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As usual, the Nazis have tried to enlist psychology in their agricultural endeavors. The Bauer’s traditional pride is flattered in many ways. He is extolled as the Third Reich’s “nobility of the soil”; the vital well-spring of national life. Everything is done to encourage his corporate spirit, from reviving costumes and folk-dances to an annual Peasant Congress and a gigantic festival on the historic Bueckeberg. The Nazis frankly admit that mere planning and regulation from above, no matter how efficient, will not attain the desired goal — a flourishing agriculture which will feed the whole nation. Not unless the rural population is inspired to do its utmost will the experiment succeed. It is this psychological aspect which Nazi spokesmen have in mind when they speak of the Inner Front. As Darré told me: “We saw from the first that we could not reach our goal through state action alone. We needed the help of the organized farmers to put it over.” Such was the theory. How was it working out in practice? “See for yourself,” said Dr. Darré. He thereupon proposed that I make an investigation trip through what he considered the most instructive region — rural Westphalia and Oldenburg. There I would see in successful operation an agricultural system and way of life basically unchanged since the Middle Ages. It was upon this system, adapted to modern conditions, that the National Socialist Government had framed its land laws, which it intends ultimately to extend throughout the Reich. I would thus see a sort of working model for a hoped-for future.
A few days after this conversation I left Berlin for the projected tour, accompanied by one of the Minister’s right-hand men. He was Dr. Friedrich Sohn, a leading agronomist who had also studied agricultural conditions in America and had done special work in the Brookings Institution at Washington. He could thus compare German and American agriculture in a most useful way. As usual, an elaborate schedule had been drawn up for a comprehensive survey, with many stops to visit farms, large and small, and ample time to chat with the owners, look over their livestock, and examine methods of cultivation. A shy man, Dr. Sohn handed me the typewritten schedule rather anxiously. “This means that we’ll be going every day from dawn till after dark,” he said with a deprecating smile. I assured him that was all right with me, as I wanted to make the most of this trip. This cheered him up no end. Germans really like hard work, and they seem always delighted when a foreigner is willing to hit the same pace.
We left Berlin by train just after lunch and journeyed westward via Hanover to Minden, where we were to spend the first night. We arrived after dark. The railway station is some distance from the town itself, so we had to rustle our bags through the misting rain to a waiting tram almost tiny enough to pose for a model of the famous Toonerville Trolley. On our way, we nearly ran over a drunk who had chosen the space between the rails for his couch. The motorman heaved the sleeper impatiently to the roadside and kept on, reporting the incident to a policeman on post as we entered town.
We stopped at a little hotel decorated in the plush splendor of the 1870’s. They dine early in the provinces, so when we got to the dining room it was almost empty except for one large Stammtisch in a far corner. About that table sat a dozen big, blond men smoking fat cigars and drinking from generous steins of beer. Our meal confirmed what I had already heard about the less stringent food regulations in the small towns. It was a meatless day, but I rejoiced to see egg dishes on the menu. I hastened to order fried eggs, “sunny side up,” and got two big beauties. The fresh yolks beamed at me from the blue-bordered plate. Those were the first eggs I had seen in Germany since the Press junket; but those had been rather “off the record” while these were evidently a matter of course. I was still more astonished to see a nice piece of fried ham nestling beside the eggs, while the next instant my waiter placed a pat of butter on the table, with no request for my foodcard. I looked inquiringly at Dr. Sohn. “Out here they don’t bother much about such matters,” he smiled.
After dinner, the head of the local Bauernschaft, or Peasants’ Organization, came to pay his respects and talk over the trip planned for the next day. Like most of these officials, he was an obvious countryman. The Bauernschaft is really run by “dirt farmers.” We breakfasted early and entered the motor car ordered for us just as the late autumn dawn was breaking. It was a small sedan, through the windows of which I caught charming glimpses of historic Minden with its crooked streets and gabled houses. The day was cold and cloudy. By the time we had reached our first scheduled stop, I was somewhat chilled. This was the town of Enger, where we were to do a bit of sightseeing — but with a practical purpose. Here is the burial place of Widukind, the legendary Saxon chieftain who for so long withstood the might of Charlemagne. The Nazis have glorified Widukind as a popular hero, defending primitive Germanism and the old gods against Karl the Great who is described as a Latinized Teuton seeking to impose upon the Saxons the yoke of a revived Roman Empire and an equally alien Roman faith. That, at least, is the thesis of the handsome little booklet given me when I visited the new Widukind Memorial, half museum and half shrine. The booklet also states that, long after the Saxon nobles had lost heart and given up the fight, the tribal masses stood by their patriot hero to the death. Perchance the intent is to suggest a primeval Fuehrer? We were now well into rural Westphalia, and our investigations had begun. But before relating details, let me sketch in the background. The districts I was to visit all lie in what is undoubtedly the most Teutonic part of Germany. From Westphalia northward to the North Sea Coast and the Holstein peninsula to the Danish border stretches the region which can perhaps best be called Old Saxon-Land. This region should not be confused with the modern province of Saxony, which is far to the southward and has no historical connection. What I refer to as Old Saxon-Land is the primeval home of those Teutonic tribes some of whom migrated oversea and conquered Britain. It is interesting to note that the old blood still shows in the present population. A large proportion of the peasantry have long heads and faces, ruddy blond complexions, and frames which, though tall and muscular, are seldom rotund or thickset. Such persons could very easily pass for English rural types. Some of them, indeed, with different clothes and haircuts, would look quite like old-stock Americans.
For the American visitor, the general aspect of this region has a familiar look. In other parts of Germany the rural population lives in villages. Old Saxon-Land, however, is throughout a country of detached farms. Each family lives on its own holding, entirely separate from its neighbors. This, indeed, typifies the traditional spirit of the folk. The Old Saxons have been, and for the most part still are, independent land-holders. There are relatively few large estates held by noblemen. The region is predominantly inhabited by a landowning peasantry.
Within itself, this peasantry varies considerably in economic and social standing. At the top stand large farms of two hundred acres or more, while the smallest holdings are only a few acres. Most of the large farms are worked, not by temporary hired labor, but by tenant farmers. The relations of these tenants to their proprietors are highly personal and are regulated by contracts and customs going back to ancient times. Some tenant holdings have been in the same family for generations.
The agricultural system and way of life in Old Saxon-Land cannot be understood unless we realize that these people, no matter what the size of their holdings, all feel themselves to be fellow-peasants. Even the wealthy owner of many acres and proprietor to several tenants is very much of a dirt farmer. He probably has been away to school and possesses a good education. Nevertheless, he works with his hands, wears farm clothes and wooden shoes, and is just as close to the soil as anyone else. He has no wish to be a nobleman or even a “squire” in the English sense. However, he has a deep though unobtrusive pride in himself and his place in the world. With good reason, too; for in many cases his forebears have been leaders in the local community since time immemorial. One big farm I visited, which had been in the same family for over five centuries, had been continuously cultivated with scant change in boundaries ever since the year 960 A.D. — more than a hundred years before the Norman Conquest of England! The quiet dignity and mellow beauty of these old farmsteads must be seen to be appreciated. They consist of a number of buildings ranged about a courtyard, whence their German name of Hof. They are always built of timbered red brick, though the timber patterns differ from one district to another. As you enter the courtyard, you have directly in front of you the main building — an impressive structure with high-pitched roof running down to within a few feet of the ground. This building is very long; sometimes well over a hundred feet. It houses both the master-farmer and his animals. When you enter the great doorway you find cows and horses stalled on either side. Only the malodorous pigs are today usually relegated to other quarters, though formerly they lived there too.
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At the rear of the farmstead are the family living-quarters. In olden days there was no partition between, so the master-farmer could survey his livestock directly from his great bed and watch the work going on. Today, the living-quarters are walled off from the barn itself, though with handy access through one or more doors. Back of the living-quarters lies a moderate-sized pleasure garden, filled with shrubs and flowerbeds, and usually walled in by high hedges. Here the family take their ease on summer evenings.
The smaller farmsteads are built on precisely the same lines as the great Hofs, though everything is on a lesser scale. In the old tenant farmsteads conditions are decidedly primitive. The living-quarters are not merely under the same roof; they are right in with the animals. Yet even here I found no filth or squalor. The air might be pungent with the smell of cows and horses, but the rooms were always neat and clean.
Maier Johann awaited me as my motor car drove in through the outer gate of the farmstead and stopped in the middle of the wide courtyard. The yard was surrounded by buildings of timbered brick. Indeed, the yard itself was paved with brick, liberally coated with sticky black soil tracked in by wagons, men, and animals. My host stood in the great doorway of his Hof, his ancestral abode.
Maier Johann is a wealthy man, as wealth is reckoned in those parts. He owns over two hundred acres of rich land, most of it under crops though with some pasture and woodland. His ancestors have owned it for nearly eight hundred years. From the first glance it is clear that he is a good manager. Everything is well kept up.
The front of the Hof is a sight in itself. From the high-pitched roof to the ground, this front is elaborately carved, and those old carvings are painted in many colors. From them you learn that the present Hof was built in the year 1757. There is a curious mixture of pious Christian texts and symbols coming down from heathen times — sun, moon, stars, the signs of fertility, and black ravens for good luck. On the massive oak timbers of the doorway, wide and high enough for hay wagons to drive in, are carved and painted the Norse Trees of Life, together with symbolic serpents to guard the humans and animals dwelling inside from evil spirits that might seek to intrude.
My host is a Maier. That is not a family name. It denotes his rank, and has the same significance as the original meaning of our word “mayor” — leading man in a community. The farmstead is thus a Maierhof. But he is not merely a Maier, he is a Sattelmaier. That means a leading man on a fully-caparisoned horse; in short, a man-atarms, who ranked next to a knight in Feudal times. It is the very tiptop of the peasant hierarchy. Only a few Sattelmaiers are to be found in this countryside.
When a Sattelmaier dies, the bells in the parish church toll for an hour in a special way. The coffin containing the deceased is taken to the church in a wagon lined with straw and drawn by six horses. Behind the wagon paces the dead man’s favorite steed, led by the oldest of his tenant farmers. During the funeral service, the horse looks in through the open church door, and he also inspects the grave while his master is laid to rest. On such occasions the whole countryside turns out to pay final honors.
These curious ceremonies have not been described merely to make a quaint story; they typify the spirit of this conservative yet virile folk. The proudest Sattelmaier is neither nobleman nor squire. He is a peasant — a master-peasant, if you will, yet still a peasant — the first among basic equals.
Of this, Maier Johann was a good example. He knew I was coming to see him, but he had made no attempt to “dress up.” So he met me clad in an old hunting-cap, heavy farm clothes, and wooden shoes flecked with mud from work about the stables. A tall, fair man, ruddy from a life spent in the open, he led me through the doorway into the long barnlike Hof, lined with cow-stalls on one side and horse-stalls on the other. The brick floor was partly covered by a pile of hay from the loft above and heaps of green fodder. The loft flooring was supported by massive oak beams two feet thick, hand-hewn and dark with age.
At the far end of the barn was a wooden partition, walling off the living-quarters. Into these we passed through a low door, and I found myself in a hall stretching the width of the Hof. This hall contained several pieces of massive furniture, obviously family heirlooms and elaborately carved. The doors and wainscoting were carved in similar fashion.
On the walls hung several portraits of army officers. My host explained. “This,” said he, pointing to the framed sketch of a bearded man in a hussar uniform, “is an ancestor of mine who was killed in the Danish War of the 1800’s.” He pointed again: “Here is a relative who fell before Paris in 1871.” Again: “This is my uncle, killed in the World War.” He made no mention of an excellent likeness of himself in officer’s field-gray. The earlier portraits were especially interesting to anyone who recalls the caste spirit of the old Prussian Army. They revealed perhaps better than aught else the peculiar social status of the Sattelmaier — a master-peasant who was nevertheless eligible to a commission alongside noblemen and gentlemen.
One other portrait hung on the wall: a painting of a very old man with shrewd blue eyes twinkling behind features withered like a red apple. My host smiled almost tenderly. “A Heuerling,” he answered my unspoken question. “One of our tenant farmers. He died last winter at the age of ninety-four.” Maier Johann was the only Sattelmaier I visited. But he was merely a somewhat wealthier and more prominent specimen of a generalized type. The other master-peasants with whom I stopped were very similar in appearance and character, and their homes were much the same. All of them appeared to be capable, practical men, naturally intelligent and with a fair measure of education; yet never “citified” and always in closest touch with the earth which nourished them. Their homes were free from pretentiousness or cheap modernity; their farms were models of careful husbandry — a good, sound breed.
As might be expected, their hospitality was as ample as it was unaffected. Most of all do I remember the country breakfasts — those European “second breakfasts” which are eaten in the middle of the forenoon. Picture me seated in an old room with carved wainscoting and beamed ceiling, heated by a tall tiled stove. Around a long table sit big brawny men and buxom women, eating heartily of the food with which the board is laden. Those viands may sound simple to American readers in our fortunate land of plenty, but to me, fresh from strictly rationed Berlin, they were luxuries indeed. In Berlin my butter ration was about an ounce per day; here was a stack of butter nearly as big as your head! Platters of smoked Westphalian ham and varied sausages, flanked by piles of rye bread and pumpernickel. Best of all, a big platter of hard-boiled eggs fresh from the nest. No food-cards for the folk who produce Germany’s food! The one thing lacking was coffee, for no one in Germany has coffee except invalids, wounded men in hospital, and soldiers at the front. But there were cups of strong meat bouillon, and later on small yet potent glasses of schnapps or brandy to wash down the meal. Then German cigars, mild and quite good, were passed around, and we sat back to chat amid a haze of blue tobacco smoke.
It was hard to leave those cordial hosts and their kindly hospitality. Always with regret did I quit the cozy living-room, walk down the long vista of the barn, climb into my waiting car, and wave farewells until the motor had passed out of the Hof gates and taken once more to the road.
One of the outstanding features of the agricultural system of northwestern Germany is the tenant farmer. In that region he is called a Heuerling. This is the German variant of our old English word “hireling.” With us, the word has come to have a bad meaning. It signifies a man who has sold himself into some unworthy or criminal service. In German, however, it means simply a hired man, and in Northwestern Germany it applies especially to a peculiar sort of tenancy.
The Heuerling is not a casual or seasonal agricultural laborer. In Northwest Germany, landless, floating farm labor is little in evidence. Only since the outbreak of the present war with the consequent enrollment of many young peasants as soldiers has such labor been much needed. For centuries, the Heuerling has supplied the basic answer. The nearest thing we have to him in America is the “hired man” in rural New England, who is usually a farm fixture, often for life.
The New England hired man, however, is ordinarily a bachelor, living under the same roof with his employer and virtually part of the immediate family. The Heuerling has a house of his own, together with a small tract of land which he can work in his spare time. His home is a miniature farmstead. Like the spacious Hof of the proprietor, it shelters family and animals under one roof — and in the closest proximity. Those animals are supplied to him by the proprietor as part of the tenancy contract — at least one milch cow and several pigs, to say nothing of poultry. The Heuerling also gets a cash wage. In return for all this he is bound to give the master-peasant who employs him most of his time. A large farm of two hundred acres may have five or six of these tenant households within its borders.
I suppose that this system, like every other, has its share of abuses. But from all the evidence I could gather, it seems to work satisfactorily. In the first place, the system is very ancient, and tenancies are made in accordance with long-established custom and precedent. Even more important, there is no class distinction involved. As already remarked, all these folk feel themselves to be fellowpeasants, and they actually work side by side. Their basic social equality is revealed by the way they always speak to one another in the second person singular — the German Du, which implies close familiarity. Another favorable sign is the way these tenancies are cherished. Some tenant farmsteads I visited had been in the same family for generations. Certainly, all the Heuerlings I met and talked with appeared to be upstanding men — simple and good-natured, if you will, yet not a type to be browbeaten or ill-used. The whole system is intensely personal in its relationships. In fact, it is quite feudal, still infused with the spirit of medieval times.
The best example of the quaintly feudal loyalty which the Heuerling entertains toward his master-peasant employer is one which came to my attention during a visit to a certain large farmstead. The owner had died suddenly about a year before, leaving a widow, a son only sixteen years old, and a still younger daughter. The management of the farm was immediately taken over by the most capable of the Heuerlings in conjunction with the widow, and this joint regency was working so successfully that there seemed to be no danger that the farm would run down before the heir was old enough to take matters into his own hands.
The most vivid recollection I have of a Heuerling’s home is one I visited late one afternoon. Darkness had already fallen as my motor struggled up a muddy, rutty lane and finally stopped before a small farmstead redolent of age. The gatelike doorway opened to our knock and I found myself in a curious house-barn interior where a cow gazed tranquilly from its stall into a tiny kitchen across the way, and where chickens roosted in surprising places. This strange household was dimly lit by a few oil lamps which threw a mellow sheen on beams and walls nearly three centuries old.
The Heuerling, a hale old man and his equally hale wife, greeted me without the slightest trace of self-consciousness. I had come at a good moment, he said, for he had something interesting to show me — the pig he had long been fattening and which he had slaughtered that very morning. Visibly swelling with pride, he led me to the rear of the house, and I mentally agreed that his pride was justified, for it was certainly a mammoth porker. As the great carcass, immaculately dressed, swung gently from a beam in the ceiling, it bulked enormous in the dim light. I was told it weighed nearly five hundred pounds, and I do not think the man exaggerated.
Such, briefly, is the old Heuerling system, and the homes and human types it produces. It is interesting to note that the German Government is actively fostering this system and seeks to extend it further afield, with such modifications as new circumstances call for. Wherever a large or middle-sized farm needs more regular labor, the Government offers to loan the proprietor about two-fifths of the cost of building a Heuerling house, the loan to be repaid over a considerable term of years. Such houses as I saw were not of the old type. They were severely practical two-story affairs, with no room for animals, though with ample cellar space for storing vegetables and preserves. Built solidly of brick, tile, and concrete, they appear to be fireproof throughout. Except for a small kitchen-garden plot they have no land attached to them, but I am told that the proprietor is bound to furnish certain amounts of meat and other foodstuffs. Rental contracts run for a year. The terms vary according to the kind of employment. One man whose home I inspected was a professional milker, brought down from Friesland. He naturally has no time for anything but his cows, so his contract calls for an almost wholly cash wage.
This young man and his sturdy little wife were un-disguisedly proud of the new home they had just furnished. The furniture, though plain, looked of good quality. They told me that most of it had been paid for out of the l,000-Mark ($400) loan which the Government will make to any healthy young couple at the time of their marriage. It is to be repaid in small installments, but one-fourth of it is canceled every time a baby is born. So a prolific couple should not have to repay very much.
The Government seeks in every way to tie these new settlers to the land and make them into Heuerlings of the old school. One of the most striking inducements which it offers is a sort of long-service bonus. After a man has served satisfactorily for five successive years, the Government offers to make him a gift of from 600 to 800 Marks if he will sign a five-year contract with his employer. Although these attempts to extend and modernize an age-old system have been inaugurated too recently to yield much evidence as to their success, they constitute an interesting experiment in agricultural labor relations.
How are the Nazis faring in their Battle of the Land? That is a complex question, hard to answer. Personally, I examined in detail only one sector of the “agricultural front,” and was presumably shown the best of that. However, we have some definite information, and I supplemented this by discussions with Germans and qualified foreign students of the problem.
The Third Reich does not seem to be in any immediate danger of actual starvation from the British blockade. At present rations, there is enough grain, meat, potatoes, and other stock vegetables including beet sugar to last for at least two years. [Footnote: This was written on the basis of what I could learn in Germany down to my departure in January, 1940. I have since had information that the record cold during the winter months froze and spoiled vast amounts of stored potatoes and other vegetables. This point and its possible effects are discussed in Chapter XXII.] The German grain crop for 1938 was 27,430,000 tons — about 2,000,000 tons over normal consumption. The amount of the grain reserve is secret; but it is known to be very large. Estimates range from twelve to eighteen months. Also, Germany can import grain in quantity from Hungary and other parts of Central Europe; possibly also from Russia, especially as time goes on.
The last German potato crop was 56,300,000 tons, of which less than one-third is needed for human consumption, despite the wartime shift to a potato diet.
The balance goes chiefly for feeding pigs and distillation into alcohol, used largely for commercial purposes and for mixing with motor fuels. There is an abundance of sugar beets, likewise an excellent animal feed. Cabbage, turnips, and other vegetables are all in satisfactory shape.
Germany has a growing number of hogs — a vital source of fat as well as of meat. Hogs do well on a diet of sugar beets and potatoes. The last hog census for Greater Germany showed 28,613,000 porkers, an increase of no less than 53 per cent over December, 1938. Cattle herds number almost 20,000,000. Even under the worst conditions, that should furnish a lot of milk, and of meat at the present ration — one pound per week per person.
That is the bright side of the picture, from the German point of view. But we have already discussed the dark side — a crucial lack of fats and other shortages which result in an unbalanced diet injurious to health and strength over a period of time. The German people is today on iron rations. They cannot be notably reduced without disaster. Can they be maintained for years at their present level? The answer to that question depends on certain long-range factors, especially the efficiency of the present agricultural system and the temper of the farming population. The Nazi regime has established a highly complex economic structure with fixed prices all along the line. Agriculture has been basically socialized. To be sure, the peasant owns his land and has been protected against heavy loss, but he is no longer a free agent. He must grow what he is told and sell at established rates. He is virtually tied to the soil and his initiative is narrowly circumscribed. Economic security has been coupled with rigid state control.
For the first few years of the Nazi regime, the peasant probably gained on balance. But with the introduction of the Four Year Plan toward the close of 1936, agriculture ceased to be the White-Haired Boy. An intensive rearmament program coupled with colossal reconstruction projects had first call on both capital and labor. This imposed serious handicaps upon agriculture, which the war tends to intensify. One of these is a farm-labor shortage. At the annual Peasant Congress in December, 1938, Minister Darré admitted that there were 400,000 fewer workers on the land than when the Nazis came to power, and the deficit is probably much larger than that figure. Furthermore, we must remember that this is only part of a general shortage of labor in every phase of Germany’s economic life. The Government is striving to overcome this by compulsory labor service for young men and women, and it has promised that 1,000,000 Poles would be imported to work on German farms. It remains to be seen how efficient such amateur or conscript labor will be as compared with seasoned farm workers.
Recently the Government raised the prices of milk and butter as avowed incentives to the farming population. No such disturbance of its nicely balanced price system would have been made if the need for such action had not been urgent.
The Battle of the Land thus goes forward. What the outcome will be, only time can tell.

*Dr. Stoddard in Chapter 7 – Iron Rations:
The food regulations today in force assure to the poorest German the basic necessities of life while the richest cannot get much more than his share. So long as the German people believe that the system will enable them to keep above the hunger-line, there seems to be scant likelihood of a popular revolt over food alone.
What the system means was explained by Walther Darré, Minister of Agriculture and in supreme charge of the food situation, when he said to me: “Our foodcards constitute merely the last link in an economic chain which we were forging long before the war. This chain extends from farm grower to consumer, with stable prices all along the line. The food-card is the final act of the whole carefully-worked-out process, ensuring to each citizen his share of food, no matter what the size of his income. In the World War, food-cards were a sign of want. They were started only when a dangerous scarcity already existed. This time, foodcards, started the very first day of the war, are a symbol of strength.”
Herr Darré’s statement has a two-fold significance. It shows both the economic advantages of wartime rationing and its steadying effect on the popular state of mind. This second aspect is perhaps the more important. In the World War, the old Imperial German Government did practically nothing to control food conditions during the first two years of the struggle. The result was a vast deal of hoarding, profiteering, and a general skyrocketing of prices. Rich families laid in big stocks while poor men went hungry. These obvious injustices did more than anything else to rouse popular resentment and promote revolutionary unrest. It is well known that civilian morale broke down long before that of the soldiers at the front. Also, this civilian breakdown ultimately infected the armies in the field. The Nazi leaders are keenly aware of all this and are determined that it shall not happen again.

What is Happening – A Basic Overview On Current Policies

Today, profound demographic changes are deliberately taken place in all White countries (and only White countries) with the means of non-stop Third World massive immigration. Due to these open border policies, we White Europeans are on our way on becoming a minority in our own countries. Whether you live in Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia or any other country with a White majority population, you can see similar policies and politics taking place.
Consequently, White Brits are already a minority in the capital city of Great Britain. In numerous countries including the United States, we Whites are now a minority in certain states and among national births. Even Scandinavia will be majority non-White within just a few decades at the most if present trends continue, which is occurring in all and only White countries. This is not a coincidence, nor an accident. It is a result of deliberative politics with the aim to make every White neigbourhood more “diverse”, meaning less White people.
Meanwhile, we do not see any rich Arab countries being forced to open their borders and let in any number of Muslim refugees, nor do we see China or Japan being forced to become a “melting pot”, or to become “more diverse”. If Senegal, or any other African country, wants to close their borders, no one who calls themselves “anti-racist” would batch an eyelid. But we all know what would happen if Germany or France would choose to close their borders. The pressure of having massive non-stop Third World immigration is only forced upon White countries. All the non-White countries are allowed to be homogenous.
These policies are justified with the use of nice sounding words, or rather with the use of psychological warfare. Words such as “solidarity”, “equality” and “freedom” are used in order to justify massive Third World immigration. “Diversity is our strength” is only heard in White countries because that is the point. Any concerned White person who opposes these policies is called the R-word. With the use of terminology, extreme politics are being imposed, leaving any opposition to be met with demonization and political correctness, resulting in fewer people brave enough to speak up against it.
Forcing integration and assimilation becomes top priority once the non-White population are abundant in our countries, as combating “too White” areas becomes imperative in the anti-White mindset, leaving one to question: if skin color does not matter, then why is racial diversity in all and only White countries so important?
An overview of what is happening can thus be summarized into the following steps:
Forcing non-stop immigration into all White countries and only White countries.
Forcing integration and assimilation until White people become a minority in their own countries.
Demonize and silence any opposition.
Promote a blended humanity in all and only White countries.
In the name of “diversity” and “multiculturalism”, our countries and populations are transforming beyond recognition by means of deliberate politics and policies of massive Third world immigration. This is genocide as defined in Article II section (c) by the UN international Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Crime of Genocide:
Genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part.
Please watch this documentary on the subject to get a better understanding on the current situation:

Saturday, 27 February 2016

Actor Jude Law Visits Calais Jungle Camp – Security Team Is Attacked and Robbed - Video

His security team was attacked and robbed before they left.
The Mirror reported:
A security team guarding Jude Law was attacked by migrants as the Hollywood star visited the jungle camp in Calais.
The 43-year-old actor was in France with a film crew and Brit-winning singer Tom Odell , 25, to witness the horrors of the squalid makeshift village, which is due to be demolished.
But shortly after the cameras stopped rolling, their minders were ambushed by some of the migrants and had their phones stolen.
It is ­understood Jude was already on the production team’s bus when the thugs struck.
A source said: “We were shocked to see some of the migrants acting like football hooligans.
“The security team had stones thrown at them, and two had their phones smashed then stolen. Jude and Tom were told to stay in the bus shortly before the ambush as the atmosphere was building.”
The Talented Mr Ripley star Jude was touring the camp , which he has branded “dangerous”, after calling on the Government to allow children living there entry to the UK if they have family here.

Germany: 300+ migrant sex attacks in January alone, youngest victims are 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 years old

“The youngest victims of rape and sexual molestation are 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 years old …. Is it any wonder that German Chancellor Angela Merkel is isolated as EU partners slam the door on refugees?
Here are the first four weeks of migrant war crimes after the New Year’s Eve mass sex attacks (where over a thousands criminal complaints have been filed). There were roughly 300 underage girls sexually molested or raped by refugees in Germany after the 01.01.2016 mass rapes.
Here is the list. The list is downloadable here. (Thanks to Chris)
The download link contains over 300 cases of sexual harassment, 510 total cases of very bad crimes with violent beating, verified police documents and Newspaper clips based on police publications documenting rapes and sexual violations of children, young girls and boys, women by migrants and refugees as published by the German police in the past 30 days alone.”

Three stabbed at KKK rally in Anaheim

Three people were stabbed and 13 others were arrested when a Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim erupted in violence Saturday, police said.
A small group of people representing the Klan had announced that it would hold a rally at Pearson Park at 1:30 p.m., police said. By 11 a.m., several dozen protesters had shown up to confront the Klan.
About an hour later, several men in black garb with Confederate flag patches arrived in an SUV near the edge of the park.
Fighting broke out moments after Klan members exited the vehicle. Some of the protesters could be seen kicking a man whose shirt read “Grand Dragon.” At some point, a protester collapsed on the ground bleeding, crying that he had been stabbed.

A Klansman in handcuffs could be heard telling a police officer that he “stabbed him in self-defense.” Several other people were also handcuffed.
Witnesses said the Klansmen used the point of a flagpole as a weapon while fighting with protesters.
Two other protesters were stabbed during the melee — one with a knife and the other with an unidentified weapon, said Sgt. Daron Wyatt of the Anaheim Police Department.
Brian Levin, director of Cal State San Bernardino's Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, said he was standing near the KKK members when several protesters attacked them with two-by-fours and other weapons.
Several of the Klan members jumped in the SUV and sped off, leaving three others to “fend for themselves,” Levin said.
Levin had been trying to interview the KKK ringleader, whom he identified as William Quigg, an Anaheim resident.

Quigg is the leader of the Loyal White Knights in California and other Western states, a sect of the hate group that aims to raise awareness about illegal immigration, terrorism and street crime, Levin said. They see themselves as a “Klan without robes” and model themselves after David Duke, the Louisiana-based former grand wizard of the Klan, Levin said.
Levin said he was standing next to Quigg when a crowd of protesters swarmed the Klan members. Levin said he pushed the Klan leader away as the violence continued and a protester was stabbed.
Levin said he asked Quigg, “How do you feel that a Jewish guy just saved your life?”
“Thank you,” the Klan leader replied, according to Levin.
A few minutes later, a crowd of about 100 people cheered when police handcuffed Quigg and one of his followers.
Many people at the park demanded to know why Anaheim police did not have a larger presence before the violence broke out.
Levin was also critical of the lack of a police presence. “There were no police officers here when this started happening,” he said.
“It was the longest few minutes between when the SUV was attacked and when the police responded in droves,” Levin said.

I think the police response saved their lives,” he added, referring to Klan members. “They would have been torn limb from limb.”
The Klan rally — to decry, as one of them put it, “illegal immigration and Muslims” — was initially planned for 1:30 p.m., police said.
“I was expecting violence — but it's disgusting,” said Nick Keeton, 18, of Anaheim. “I feel like this is 1953 and we're in Kentucky.”
Martin Buenorostro said a friend, whom he would identify only by his nickname, “FuzzBuzz,” was wounded when one of the Klan members began using a flagpole as a weapon to fend off the crowd surrounding their vehicle.
“They started pulling out weapons,” Buenorostro said of the Klansmen. “One of them had the flag, the American flag, with the pointed top and I think that's what got my friend. It's a serious wound. It wasn't like the blood was dripping out. It gushed out of him.”
Six Klan members (five men and one woman) and seven protesters (six men and one woman) were arrested, Wyatt said.
The Klan members were arrested in connection with the stabbings, he said. The protesters were arrested on charges related to physical assaults on Klan members. The stab victims were in stable condition, Wyatt said.
All could face charges of assault with a deadly weapon, though Wyatt said “some people could have a self-defense claim.” He did not say if he was referring to the Klan members or the protesters.
The Klan has a long and troubling history with the city. Klansmen were once the dominant political force in Anaheim, holding four of five City Council seats before a recall effort led to their ouster in 1924.
At the height of the group's power in Orange County, nearly 300 Klansmen lived in Anaheim, patrolling city streets in robes and masks. A large KKK rally once attracted 20,000 people to the city.
KKK activity nationwide has decreased dramatically in recent decades, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, which estimated the group has between 5,000 and 8,000 members across the country.
The group's activities have been sporadic in Southern California in recent years. Last summer, at least 100 residents of Whittier and Fullerton awoke to find packets containing KKK fliers, rife with racist rhetoric, and candy in their driveways. A Santa Ana neighborhood was also blanketed with KKK fliers on Martin Luther King Jr. Day last year, police said.
An eight-foot cross was burned outside the home of a black man in Anaheim Hills in 2003, and the FBI investigated the case as a hate crime, but police did not specifically link that case to the KKK.
Anaheim, home to Disneyland and Orange County's largest city, is now more than 52% Latino and about 28% white, according to the 2010 U.S. Census.

Sunday, 14 February 2016

Adolf Hitler first man on the Moon? Nazi Germany's 'secret space missions' revealed

In February 1966 the unmanned Soviet Luna 9 spacecraft made the first rocket assisted landing on the Moon.
But was Nazi leader Adolf Hitler the first man to make it up there and did the Nazis beat them to it by 21 years?
Hitler’s fate at the end of the Second World War has been subject to dozens of claims, ranging from a new life in South America, to one in an underground town on Antarctica or a retirement in outer space.
Does the final answer to Hitler's death lie on the dark side of the Moon?
Adolf Hitler at a Nazi party rally GETTY
BASE: Did Hitler end up heading up a Nazi Moon HQ
Space exploration is a fertile breeding ground for conspiracy theories.
And one is that the Nazis used an Antarctic base to propel themselves to outer space.
Only last week, NASA felt compelled to publish thousands of extra pictures of the Moon Landings to quieten doubters.
The Hitler theory has some basis – speculation of Nazi Germany’s space exploration programme is rife.
Rumours circulated after the war that Hitler’s astronauts had embarked on secret missions to establish facilities up there.
View of Earth from the Moon GETTY
QUITE A VIEW: Earth seen from the Moon
Connections were drawn between flying saucer sightings – including one incident near Roswell, New Mexico in 1947 – with the Nazis’ alleged UFO development.
The theories formed the basis of science fiction novel "Rocket Ship Galileo", published by Robert Heinlein in 1947.
Sir Roy Fedden, an aeronautical engineer, said the only craft that could approach the capabilities attributed to the flying saucers seen around the world during the late 1940s were those designed by the Germans.
The theory that Hitler ended up in Antarctica may lie hand in hand with the Moon ones.
Nazi Moon enthusiasts argue so-called UFO cases in the 1950s and 1960s were warnings by the Nazi SS, who had built a mammoth city and factory complex beneath the Antarctic ice.

The theories were derided for decades but surviving documents and eyewitness testimony have seen them surface again.
The February 3 Soviet landing came at the 12th attempt and beamed the first ground-view pictures of the Moon’s surface back to Earth.
It also proved for the first time that spacecraft would not sink into Lunar dust on landing.
But had the Nazi regime discovered this years earlier?
Nick Cook is an aeronautical expert and wrote The Hunt for Zero Point, which referenced the Nazi disc program.
In it, he said: "It would be a mistake to disregard the research in Germany in the 1930s and 1940s just because it was done in the Third Reich.
"This kind of suppression of facts would be unscientific and would be just as bad as the suppression of facts that happened during that era."
While Mr Fedden added: "I have seen enough of their designs and production plans to realize that if they had managed to prolong the war some months longer, we would have been confronted with a set of entirely new and deadly developments in air warfare."

As well as Hitler himself, significant Nazi riches were reportedly unaccounted for.
Navy submarines disappeared and were not sunk or captured. Theorists say they were last seen heading to the South Pole.
A supposed gold pile, now worth billions of pounds, also remained undiscovered.
Could this have been smuggled to the Antarctic and been used to propel the Nazis to the Moon?
Conspiracy theorists argue Hitler eyed a lunar base well before his regime crumbled.
This was so the Nazis could "exploit military high ground", containing global superpowers, and mine the abundant minerals on the Moon, with some insisting that pictures prove lunar excavation was ongoing.
They even go as far as suggesting this was why NASA abandoned the Apollo program.
Conventional thought is that Hitler shot himself during a Soviet assault before his body was taken outside, doused in petrol and set alight.
The Soviets claimed to identify his body through the lower half of his jaw.
But doubters have remained vociferous, particuarly as the Sovets did not reveal their "proof" of Hitler's death until 1970.
 Source dailystar

Spanish cartoon shows Israeli soldiers molesting Jesus, urinating on Palestinians

The Spanish Jewish community is threatening legal action for a Nazi-style cartoon published by a Barcelona- based satirical magazine portraying hook-nosed Israeli soldiers urinating on Palestinians and physically abusing Jesus.

In the most recent issue of the popular left-wing El Jueves, a publication similar in many respects to the irreverent French weekly Charlie Hebdo, illustrator Julio Serrano harshly criticizes the Jewish state, including allegations that Jerusalem’s Israel Museum keeps a Torah scroll wrapped in “the skin of my holy testicles,” and that any Jew who marries an Arab is stripped of his citizenship and expelled.

“This is absolutely outrageous and obviously we are going to be seeking legal remedies,” David Hatchwell, the head of the Jewish community of Madrid, told The Jerusalem Post on Thursday.

While magazines lambasting religion and politics in an irreverent style are fine, he said, it is “absolutely unacceptable” to engage in “anti-Semitic attack and slanders against the Jewish people.

“This [cartoon] could be taken from the Nazis’ Der Stürmer and nobody would notice the difference,” he said, referring to El Jueves’s portrayal of Jews as having long hooked noses and seeking to dominate their gentile neighbors.

In one panel an Israeli soldier, wearing what appears to be a German style helmet, can be seen holding his genitals in his hands as he urinates on a cowering Arab and cries out, “You don’t understand, Palestinian, my grandparents were in a concentration camp.”

Serrano wrote in the magazine, “Okay, the Holocaust was horrible and resulted in the creation of the State of Israel so that the Jews could live in peace, but that doesn’t give you the right to hassle the non-Jewish people who live there.

Israel is like the child who watched in horror as his father beat his mother and now, as an adult, he beats his wife. Under Israeli law, Jews have preferential treatment as regards education, health, homes and work, and if you are not Jewish in the State of Israel, you are f***ed,” he said.

Regarding politics in Israel, Serrano wrote that “the Jews have it all tied up,” and non-Zionist parties are banned, “so let’s forget about the cannabis party.”

Another illustration showed an IDF soldier kicking an Arab woman and a hassidic man.

Explaining that Israel constitutes “Apartheid 2.0,” the illustrator averred that “no Israeli can marry a Palestinian, [and that if] such a union take place, the Israeli loses his citizenship and is obliged to emigrate.

“The Palestinians are forced to use secondary roads, which are studded with checkpoints at which Israeli soldiers exercise an iron control over the movements of those who are not Jews,” he added, using a picture of a long-nosed Jew pushing a beaten Jesus next to a checkpoint.

“There is no real protocol of behavior and the soldiers do whatever they want with the Palestinians, they can forbid them from passing [the checkpoints], detain them, take their things away and worse. It has been calculated that every Palestinian spends some four hours a day stopped at these controls.”

Hatchwell responded: “These are lies, totally non-factual, and it’s done in a sophisticated enough way that people who know nothing about the conflict will think that Israelis are Nazilike oppressors, and it affirms every myth [that has been held] in Europe [about Jews] for thousands of years.”

The community plans to turn to the courts with a complaint of hate speech against this “pure anti-Semitism” that is “anathema to the values of modern Spain,” Hatchwell said.

The Simon Wiesenthal Center issued a statement to the Post calling the cartoons “classic anti-Semitism camouflaged as ostensibly legitimate criticism of Israeli policies.”

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'Mein Kampf' sells out as publisher rushes to print more

It's available like any other book, but because of the special circumstances there is a certain waiting time," a spokeswoman for the Institute of Contemporary History (IfZ) in Munich said.
The IfZ published its annotated version of Hitler's infamous text at the start of this year, saying that it wanted to make sure a critical version was available as soon as the copyright expired.
Until now, the work had been owned by the Bavarian state government, which prevented any new editions being published in Germany for the standard term of 70 years after the death of the author.
But demand was already high in advance of the IfZ version going on sale on January 8th.
Director Andreas Wirsching said that his colleagues had received 15,000 pre-orders for the Hitler book – far exceeding the 4,000 copies in the first print run.
Many booksellers offer customers the chance to pre-order the book, but some individuals sought to profit from its current scarcity.
Copies were being offered for sale on Amazon for up to €600 – ten times the cover price of €59 – while on eBay the book was priced at up to €685 by Thursday morning.

Amazon said that it will remove over-priced copies of the book from its online store and that all profits from sales of Mein Kampf will go to organizations that support victims of the Nazis.

Sunday, 7 February 2016

Video: Former French Foreign Legion Commanding General arrested at banned anti immigration demonstration in Calais

From François Desouche:

PEGIDA did not respect the ban on the demonstration in Calais. While Interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve wanted to avoid all "disruptions to public order", about one hundred marchers protested on Saturday in front of the train station. At least three persons were arrested during confrontations with police who were out in large numbers, and equipped to deal with trouble. Between rounds of la Marseillaise, they shouted slogans such as "migrants get out" and "Calais for the Calaisiens"…

General Christian Piquemal was among those arrested, according to a tweet. (See previous post)

Below, I believe the man speaking is the general. This has got to be a first for anti-Islam demonstrations.

 Update: February 6 -

Here's a short video showing the arrest of General Piquemal. From the looks of it, things got pretty violent. Do they treat criminals the way they treated a retired general?

GoFundMe Shuts Down White Nationalists Campaign Fundraising Page -(Tom Pierce)

The online fundraising platform GoFundMe has shuttered the account white nationalist Tom Pierce created to solicit funds to finance his campaign for the 9th District County Commissioner seat in Knox County, Tenn.
Pierce, who has described “Islam, Judaism and other foreign religions [as] dogmas that are opposed to Biblical Morality,” addressed the company’s decision on Wednesday.

Tom Pierce, via Facebook
“If everyone that supports me could spare one or two dollars then I could easily raise enough for any and all advertising I would need associated with this campaign,” Pierce wrote in a Facebook post. “The Go Fund Me website [sic] has removed me so if you would like to donate to the Campaign [sic] you can message me and I’ll send you my mailing address.”
Pierce has been actively engaged in the white nationalist community for more than five years.
A national board member for the white nationalist Council of Conservative Citizens (CCC), an organization that “oppose[s] all efforts to mix the races of mankind, to promote non-white races over the European-American people,” Pierce received the CCC's activism award at the group's annual conference in 2011. Since joining the organization, he has attended several CCC sponsored events, including “Celt Fest,” a social function billed as a place to “meet other white folks [and to] embrace White Celtic Culture and Lineage!”
During the 2012 presidential election, Pierce helped well-known anti-Semite Merlin Lloyd Miller, the presidential candidate for the American Third Position (renamed the American Freedom Party in 2013), get on the ballot in Tennessee.
Besides working with the suit-and-tie set of American white nationalists, Pierce also was involved in the racist skinhead scene. He attended a demonstration against drug abuse in Knoxville organized by Blood and Honour American Division and a social gathering coordinated by the defunct racist skinhead group Volksfront in 2011.
Most recently, in 2013, he helped create South Knox Ten Mile, an east Tennessean extremist group aimed at sharing “common Western, Christian values.” The group also has partnered with the white nationalist Traditionalist Youth Network (TYN) on several occasions. Pierce, TYN's leader Matthew Heimbach, as well as other South Knox Ten Mile members, demonstrated against white genocide, a racist idea that white people are suffering from a racial genocide brought on by immigration and multiculturalism.
GoFundMe would not reveal the details or reasons for closing Pierce’s account.

source https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2016/02/05/gofundme-shuts-down-white-nationalists-campaign-fundraising-page

23 Germans arrested for broadcasting White Nationalist music

(CNN) -- German authorities have arrested 23 people from around the country suspected of being involved in a right-wing extremist radio station that played neo-Nazi songs, Federal Criminal Police said Thursday.
They were arrested after raids of 22 homes in 10 German states, police said. Some 270 officials were involved in the searches, most of which were in the states of Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine Westphalia, along Germany's western border, police said.
Some of those arrested were appearing in court Thursday, but a spokeswoman for the Federal Criminal Police would not specify the charges they face.
Police said those arrested are between the ages of 20 and 37. They operated an online station called Widerstand-Radio (Resistance Radio) that played music by skinhead bands about killing people and broadcast racist and hate-filled comments.
It is illegal in Germany to play Nazi songs, said the police spokeswoman, who asked not to be named in line with policy.

Pantera Philip Anselmo Under Fire For Yelling ‘White Power’ and Throwing Nazi Salute at 2016 Dimebash (VIDEO)

Pantera legend Philip Anselmo has come under fire for alleged racist behavior. At this year’s Dimebash charity event, Anselmo threw a nazi salute to the crowd before screaming “white power!” after a performance of Pantera’s “Walk.” The fifth annual Dimebash charity gig, paying tribute to late Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell, was held Jan. 22 in Hollywood, Calif. and featured iconic
musicians like former Pantera bassist Rex Brown, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo and many others. The myriad of musicians came together to perform metal classics and raise money for the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund. Dimebash attendee and YouTube user Chris R had posted handheld footage shot from Dimebash shortly after the concert, purposely cutting out Anselmo’s nazi salute and “white power” declaration from “Walk.” However, the YouTube user had a change of heart and chose to isolate the moment. “I originally cut this from my first post of WALK but i feel people deserve to see this!” Chris R writes.

“A very sad moment and to me ruined the night! This is not what Pantera is about!!! Absolutely uncalled for and I can see why Vinnie Paul wants nothing to do with this man. Phil Anselmo you are a Racist prick!!” Philip Anselmo actually responded in the comments section of the clip via Housecore Records’
YouTube account: Ok folks, I’ll own this one, but dammit, I was joking, and the “inside joke of the night” was because we were drinking f—ing white wine, hahaha… Of all f—ing things. Some of y’all need to thicken up your skin. There’s plenty of f—ers to pick on with a more realistic agenda. I f—ing love everyone, I f—ing loathe everyone, and that’s that. No apologies from me. PHA ’16 Anselmo has faced accusations of racism in the past, most notably from a white pride speech Phil delivered in March 1995 while onstage with Pantera. Anselmo has also spoken out against racism, like in an MTV interview shot during Pantera’s Far Beyond Driven era. “Kids that come to our shows and yell ‘white power’… all I’ve got to say about that is I ain’t them kids,” Anselmo said.


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