TT Live 11: Tom Hingest on National Socialism, Third Reich

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  1. New Moon In The New Year « yonderfield
    New Moon In The New Year « yonderfield January 11, 2013 at 3:18 pm |

    […] long as I’m making recommendations, let me point you to the ever-provocative Tribal Theocrat, hosted by Christian Gray. While driving this morning, I was re-listening to the podcast featuring […]

  2. ToeKneeBelowKnee
    ToeKneeBelowKnee January 23, 2013 at 12:05 am |

    Great point regarding that even with amendments to the Constitution, when a folk has gone bats the words recorded mean nothing. (40-42 minutes)

    1. ToeKneeBelowKnee
      ToeKneeBelowKnee January 23, 2013 at 1:10 am |

      How he described what happened at Dresden is horrifying. World history as it truly is makes me want to shut my eyes & never open them on this planet again.

  3. Fr. John+
    Fr. John+ February 19, 2013 at 11:37 am |

    I understand that you consider talking about Christian Identity at some time in the future.
    While I have been accused of being a CI, the vast majority of those adherents and I would not see eye to eye. Even so, I would be concerned that their primary constructs be misconstrued on a radio forum, so I would like to offer my ‘on-air’ comments, if you think they would be helpful. You can contact me at the above email.

  4. Tom Hingest
    Tom Hingest March 3, 2013 at 11:34 pm |

    I made some “verbal typos” that I hope the listeners can “hear through” correctly — for example, that the French occupied eastern Germany (should of course have been western) and the Soviets marching eastward (should have been “westward” of course).
    The oriental city that was decadent like Berlin was Shanghai, not Singapore. My apologies to the great people of Singapore (and even in Shanghai, it was largely the English and French colonial sectors).
    Also, I failed to mention that besides the Catholic, Lutheran, and Dutch Reformed schools, the first major impetus for private schools was in reaction to the bussing impositions starting in the 60’s — in northern cities like Wilmington, DE, for example. However, that movement does not appear to have been specifically a Christian movement. So, Rushdoony can be credited with galvanizing a specifically Christian movement of education — though that too was part of the same reaction to the 60’s craziness of which the flight from bussing was also a part.

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