Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

I Don't Speak German

Aug 21, 2022

We've been away but now we have returned and your ears will be sorry... largely because we're back with a soft-reboot episode in which we go back to our roots, i.e. the proper nazis... specifically, the cesspit that is the TRS podcast. 

In this show we take you behind the paywall and present a catalogue of hideousness, focusing on TRS co-host Jesse Dunstan (AKA Sven) and his various thoughts on ethic cleansing ('peaceful', of course), how to react properly to mass shootings by genocidal racists (don't deny, celebrate), the Holocaust (guess what he thinks), and why certain people should be forced to justify their right to exist. 

In the process, Dunstan is discovered mirroring the recorded words of one Heinrich Himmler (several times), Daniel speaks earnestly about his recent difficulties, and Jack gets more familiar with the appearance of the n-word as a waveform than he ever wanted or expected to.

It's a long one.  Bits of it are very grim.  But we think it might be one you'll remember.

Content Warnings.  Obviously.

Show Notes:

Please consider donating to help us make the show and stay ad-free and independent.  Patrons get exclusive access to at least one full extra episode a month plus all backer-only back-episodes.

Daniel's Patreon:

Jack's Patreon:

IDSG Twitter:

Daniel's Twitter: @danieleharper

Jack's Twitter: @_Jack_Graham_

IDSG on Apple Podcasts:

Episode Notes:

"Did We Win?", an analysis of Unite the Right five years out by friend of the show Emily Gorcenski.

IDSG Episode 9, Mike Enoch and The Daily Shoah

IDSG Episode 52, Genocide and The Right Stuff

Angry White Men, "Pool Party's Closed: A Timeline of the Right Stuff's Meltdown"

Johnny Monoxide at the SPLC

Chip Rowe, The Highlands Current, "The Extremist Next Door"

Himmler Speech in Posen (Poland) in October 4, 1943.

  • I am talking about the evacuation of the Jews, the extermination of the Jewish people.
  • It is one of those things that is easily said. “The Jewish people is being exterminated,” every Party member will tell you “perfectly clear, it’s part of our plans, we’re eliminating the Jews, exterminating them, a small matter.” And then along they all come, all the 80 million upright Germans, and each one has his decent Jew. They say: all the others are swine, but here is a first-class Jew. And . . . none of them has seen it, has endured it. Most of you will know what it means when 100 bodies lie together, when 500 are there or when there are 1000. And . . . to have seen this through and—with the exception of human weakness—to have remained decent, has made us hard and is a page of glory never mentioned and never to be mentioned. Because we know how difficult things would be, if today in every city during the bomb attacks, the burdens of war and privations, we still had Jews as secret saboteurs, agitators and instigators. We would probably be at the same stage as 16/17, if the Jews still resided in the body of the German people.

End note:

  • We have taken away the riches that they had, and . . . I have given strict order, which Obergruppenführer Pohl has carried out, we have delivered these riches to the Reich, to the State. We have taken nothing from them for ourselves. A few, who have offended against this, will be judged in accordance with an order, that I gave at the beginning: he who takes even one Mark of this is a dead man. A number of SS men have offended against this order. They are very few, and they will be dead men WITHOUT MERCY! We have the moral right, we had the duty to our people, to kill this people who would kill us. We however do not have the right to enrich ourselves with even one fur, with one Mark, with one cigarette, with one watch, with anything. That we do not have. Because we don’t want, at the end of all this, to get sick and die from the same bacillus that we have exterminated. I will never see it happen that even one . . . bit of putrefaction comes in contact with us, or takes root in us. On the contrary, where it might try to take root, we will burn it out together. But altogether we can say: We have carried out this most difficult task for the love of our people. And we have suffered no defect within us, in our soul, in our character.

Posen speech (with English translation) on YouTube

Holocaust Controversies, Index of Published Evidence on Mass Extermination in Auschwitz and Auschwitz-Birkenau