March 18, 2013
- Background on the writings by Leopold and Willy Wenger on carolynyeager.net;
- Acknowledgment of the passing of a great warrior, Douglas Christie;
- The psychological effect of donation giving, as discovered by Carolyn;
- Unending demands of Jews for more rights, influence and power to determine who can be politically viable and who can’t;
- Charles Krafft portrayed by Public Radio as possible mentally ill and senile because of his purported “antisemitism;”
- The amazing inability of modern day “forward-thinking intellectuals” to deal with historical/holocaust revisionist thinking;
- Beware of the Michael Ford translation of Mein Kampf, shown to be the work of an entrepreneur interested in money rather than a scholar interested in faithful representation;
- Comparison of passages from various translations show the pitfalls of reading translations; thus the more familiarity one has with the language and author the better.
Image: German edition of Mein Kampf put out by the NSDAP, 1937. This very edition was given to me as a gift. The text is in a Gothic typeface – very typical of German texts in that day, but talk about hard to read!