An Unintentionally Inspiring Film Scene

THIS IS a short excerpt from a Russian movie (I don’t know the name). I found it a couple of years ago on a YouTube channel called “Truth Serum.” It inspired me when I first saw it in 2017 and has continued to evoke emotions of sadness and remorse for what happened to the German people towards the end of the World War and then the proceeding 70 years — which have led us to where we are today and what is being currently forced upon the Germans by the Jewish tyrants from America who continue to punish the German Volk.

We need to take on the romantic essence of the Germans from 1933-1945 and apply it in a more meaningful and successful way than ever. This requires a monumental, cosmic effort on our part to bring about the change which will secure our existence.

This Russian film originally included some cheap anti-Russian quips gratuitously added by the screenwriter (undoubtedly intended to make the Russian audience hate Hitler and National Socialism), and unfortunately that part was retained when it was made into an otherwise excellent commercial for The Greatest Story Never Told. Bradford Hanson asked Kevin Alfred Strom to omit that part and make a new version for National Vanguard, which is what you see here.

Undoubtedly the statements about war in the latter part of this scene were also designed to horrify the soft, modern European viewer — but note well that they have the opposite effect on us.

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Source: based on an article at Avalonian Worldview

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  1. Jim
    30 June, 2019 at 7:18 am — Reply

    Won’t play on this computer. How about a link to download?

  2. Zack
    30 June, 2019 at 10:01 am — Reply

    I believe the film is Moloch (1999)

  3. Ganger
    30 June, 2019 at 11:37 am — Reply

    So lange als sich die Erde um die Sonne dreht, so lange als kalt und hitze, sturm und sonnenlicht gibt wird, es auch kampf geben. (So long as the earth revolves around the sun, so long as cold and heat, storm and sunshine exist, there is also struggle.)
    Krieg ist das leben selbst. (War is life itself.)

    These sentiments are beautiful to me.

  4. Arvin N. Prebost
    30 June, 2019 at 11:58 am — Reply

    Struggle, not war, is life.

    Laying bricks for a walkway, in such a manner that they will withstand time and the elements; figuring out how to wire an addition to one’s house; building a backyard pond with waterfalls; making statues by hand out of plasticized concrete—-this is struggle, and each success increases my power.

    War is wasteful, destructive . . . even the “victors” suffer financially, if not in other ways . . . it opens doorways to undesirable things.

    • Ganger
      30 June, 2019 at 12:11 pm — Reply

      War is struggle, and any struggle is a kind of war. There is a higher meaning and spirit that is expressed in the quotes above. I love the warrior spirit, and the drive to victory.

      Sometimes fighting in an actual War is just and necessary, even if it is destructive. Sometimes it is either fight or submit and maybe be destroyed.

      • Arvin N. Prebost
        30 June, 2019 at 3:56 pm — Reply

        I would not have fought in the Civil Waw, Waw Waw One, Waw Waw Two, and probably not even in the Revolutionary Waw (easy to say all this now, I know!)

        I would have fought with Jan Sobieski (The Gates of Vienna) or Charles Martel (Moslems invading France from Spain) or Roger’s Rangers (fighting Injuns in the Ohio Country).

        But the Authorities do not let us pick and choose!

        • Ganger
          30 June, 2019 at 6:39 pm — Reply

          Poor you.

          • Arvin N. Prebost
            1 July, 2019 at 11:09 am

            au contraire!

          • Arvin N. Prebost
            1 July, 2019 at 12:29 pm

            WAW—what is it good faw? Absolutely nuthin’!

  5. Geli
    30 June, 2019 at 10:51 pm — Reply

    I am a great admirer of Hitler, read his book when I was twelve. After, 1945 and the punishment they caused on the German people, tears me apart. The hate they had for them, was indescribable. The link below tells the stories of mass execution of the Germans everywhere, the one they never tells us or when the Russians invaded German they raped and killed women and children.

    The pictures alone in the link below can bring an endless sadness.

  6. 2 July, 2019 at 8:03 pm — Reply

    One should also watch, the true story of Hans Clemens. The movie is titled “As far as my feet will carry me”. German prisoners sent to Siberia from stalingrad. A sad and inspiring movie. Another is “In the First Circle” by Solzhenitsyn. Around ten hours long cut into segments. On the Solzhenitsyn channel on you know who tube. also, Katyn, a Polish film that is pretty accurate. Just some suggestions.

  7. Angelicus
    2 July, 2019 at 11:14 pm — Reply

    The film is called “THE WHITE TIGER”.It is Russian and it was made in 2012. It is allegorical and may be confusing to some. Some people have said that the mythical/supernatural German tank known as “The White Tiger” is a representation of National Socialism as an evil force, which has not been destroyed and it may return. I do not agree with that view; as I said the film is strange and ambiguous. The last part, with Hitler, speaking to a mysterious character is a vindication of himself and his policies. There is no other way to interpret his words, that is why I said this film is very strange. Here is the link to film with English subtitles:

  8. Bruce Arney
    5 July, 2019 at 12:47 pm — Reply

    Thanks for the film links. White Tiger and Moloch look interesting.

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