85 Days in Slavyansk

By Sam Dexter for the American Sun The Current Thing is the war in Ukraine. Maybe not the most current thing pending Roe v. Wade, but the full force of propaganda is an ongoing pressure campaign. One of the features of this propaganda campaign is that nothing happened in Ukraine …

Hitler and Vegetarianism

By Kyle Hunt for the Renegade Tribune “Geli’s suicide hit Hitler hard, and at this point he converted to vegetarianism. […]His favourite meals at the beginning of the 1930s were white beans, peas and lentils, vegetable dishes and salads. During the war when a dietician-cook was employed he followed the …

Why “Nazis” in Ukraine?

By Karl Haemers for the Occidental Observer In the current conflict between Ukraine and its Western allies versus Putin’s Russia, both sides have blamed the other as being “Nazis”. The Jewish comedian and actor become Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said “Russia attacked Ukraine in a cowardly and suicidal way like …

The Beautiful Peacemakers

By Frank Hilliard for the Council of European Canadians One British Woman, an aristocrat, a free thinker, had a shot at ending WWII before it began, Diana Mosley (nee Freeman-Mitford), one of the six beautiful Mitford girls you may have heard about. Unity Mitford was far more struck by Adolph …

On Jews and Vampires

By Andrew Joyce for the Occidental Observer During the Halloween festivities a few weeks ago it seemed to me a timely opportunity to indulge my interest in the darker, horror-tinged aspects of European folklore concerning Jews. I’ve been intrigued in recent years by a growing literature connecting vampire tales, both …

The Puppet Master

By Frank Hilliard for the Council of European Canadians The man pictured, with the Hitler moustache, is British industrialist Sir Robert Waley Cohen (1877-1952), former Director of Royal Dutch Shell, Vice-Chairman of University College, London; Vice President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, President of the United Synagogue, …

My Journey

By Hans Von Der Heide for Renegade Tribune I spent most of my time as P.O.W. in Great Britain (from 1944 to 1948), so I cannot say very much about American P.O.W. camps, except for a period of roughly seven weeks, most of which time I spent in a camp …

Fighting the Wrong Army

By Douglas Mercer for National Vanguard FOR GERMANY in 1945 international terror blew in from the East and it blew in from the West. No one who then saw the grim visage of the Beast would ever again be mollified by the platitudes of the years ahead: liberty, equality, democracy, …

The East European Germans

By Meza Vilks for the Renegade Tribune The expulsion of Eastern European Germans resulted in the largest exchange of population in European history. It ended close to 1,000 years of German presence in areas now considered to be parts of Poland, the Czech Republic, Russia and other Eastern European states, …