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