Would the world be a better place if Germany won World War 1? (Part 1) – YouTube

An interesting take on “alternate history”!

Many people either instinctively realize or have discovered through study that the defeat of the Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria) by the Allied Powers (Britain, France, Russia, and eventually the United States) – and especially the draconic surrender terms insisted upon by the French – led directly to the rise of Hitler and the Nazis in Germany, and everything that followed.

(World War One, of course, was a completely unnecessary and horribly destructive “brother’s war” which accomplished absolutely nothing positive and much to the contrary, and the negative effects of this debacle continue to ripple through Europe and the world on many levels to this day. But I digress…)

But what if the Central Powers had won? Not just attained a negotiated peace (which would almost certainly have happened, were it not for a violent Communist insurgency within the Fatherland itself which forced Germany to sue for peace – it strains both language and credulity to claim that Germany “lost” the war when its troops were inside enemy territory on all fronts), but actually won outright?

Unlikely, perhaps, but not inconceivable – especially if the United States had stayed out, as we would have been well-advised to do. Allied propaganda aside, would the world have been a worse place… or a better one? This videoPart 2, and Part 3 suggest that the latter scenario is the more likely. Despite my pride in my paternal grandfather, who fought for the U.S. in WW I, I am inclined to agree. These three videos (the second and third are embedded below) do a very good job, in my opinion, of explaining why.


Bill Gates warns open door migration will overwhelm Europe | Daily Mail Online

Bill Gates warns that Germany’s open door policy to migrants will overwhelm Europe and urges leaders to ‘make it more difficult for Africans to reach the continent via current routes’

Source: Bill Gates warns open door migration will overwhelm Europe | Daily Mail Online

“Bill Gates has warned that European leaders risk deepening the migrant crisis by being too generous to those arriving on the continent. The Microsoft founder said countries such as Germany will not be able to handle the ‘huge’ numbers of migrants waiting to leave Africa and find a better life overseas. Instead, the 61-year-old suggested spending more on foreign aid to treat the root causes of migration, while making it more difficult for people to reach the continent.”

If even the arch-liberal Bill Gates recognizes that there’s a problem…!

And it’s not Germany alone, either – it’s every European country that’s at risk, not to mention the countries of the “European diaspora,” including the United States, Canada, and even Australia and New Zealand.

What kind of rank insanity does it take to continue to encourage and enable an invasion of your own land, and the displacement / replacement of your own people by foreigners who care nothing for your people, your land, its history, or its culture, and think of you only as a source of free stuff?

These are not Germans, and they will not magically (or at all) become Germans. Anyone who thinks otherwise is living in Wolkenkuckucksheim – “cloud cuckoo-land.”

Sorry to have to be so brutally honest, but it’s time to stop deluding ourselves. Indeed, it’s past time.

Leben wie vor 100 Jahren – Filmbildsendung – Florian Schmitz – YouTube

I may have shared this previously, but even if I did, it’s worth a re-visit: Florian Schmitz seeks to live, to the greatest extent possible, according to the model of his forebears of c. 1900. I have a great deal of respect and admiration for this young man! I wish there were a version of this video with English subtitles.

It is of course true that “you can’t go home again”; alterity (the state of being other or different, otherness – particularly with respect to the differences between our present age and earlier times) is a real thing. However, sometimes you can bring the best parts (or at least, adapt or interpret them) of the past into the present.

Sometimes, perhaps often, we should!

Lack of respect for, and connection with, the past, our traditions – Tradition itself – is a major piece of our present malaise. A tree cut off from its roots cannot be healthy, and will soon wither. The same is true of a culture or society. And we in the West are increasingly cut off from our past, our traditions, our cultural heritage: and not accidentally; all too often, intentionally, as part of a focused program of social engineering.

What this young man is doing is an act of creative rebellion against the modernist / post-modernist machine, and I salute him for it.

Update / Nota Bene: A friend of mine advises me that it is possible to get a translation by adjusting one’s YouTube settings to “Close-captioned,” set subtitles to German, and then select the translation function to English. The resulting machine translation is clunky, imprecise, and a little hard to follow, but it allows a non-German-speaker (like me) to get at least the gist of what Florian is saying. Many thanks, Angela!

Brandenburg Gate illuminated in the colours of the Union Jack – Germano-British solidarity!

Tonight the Brandenburg Gate is illuminated in the colours of the Union Jack to commemorate the victims of the attack in Westminster.”

Now, if both countries can just get their acts together with respect to limiting egress by the people that do the sorts of despicable deeds we saw in Westminster…!

The Mad Monarchist: The Crisis in Germany

Source: The Mad Monarchist: The Crisis in Germany

“The Germans must, absolutely must get out from under the shadow of Nazi Germany and World War II. That is positively never going to happen in the current system because the current republic only exists because of Nazi Germany. Let me be perfectly blunt about this: the Federal Republic of Germany is not a government or a country or a nation, it is essentially a political apology. It exists only to serve as a vehicle for guilt, shame and to continuously milk the German people like they were no more than cattle in order to give money and resources to non-Germans. Patriotism is considered evil, national pride is evil, even considering the German people worthy of survival is now being considered evil… this is not a healthy mindset for a people and is, in fact, quite dangerous. If you don’t care about the suicide of the German nation, you should, because sometimes suicides take others with them when they go.”

More than a year old, now, but just as cogent and applicable as when it was written.And yes, I know this is the Anglophilic Anglican, not the Germanophilic one! But I have as much German ancestry as I do English, and furthermore, as The Mad Monarchist points out, it is absolutely correct that “if you don’t care about the suicide of the German nation, you should, because sometimes suicides take others with them when they go.” If, as he accurately indicates, the available choices presented to the German people by their government, media, and other so-called “elites” are between the spectre of Nazism and mass immigration leading to cultural and demographic replacement, the Nazis are eventually going to seem like the lesser of two evils.

Fortunately, there is an alternative: the restoration of the German Monarchy. Continue reading “The Mad Monarchist: The Crisis in Germany”