Friday, May 10, 2002


May 10th, 2002


Today we celebrate the life and death of the National Socialist martyr Rudolf Hess, Deputy Chancellor of the Third Reich.

It was Rudolf Hess who attempted to end the bona fide holocaust of the Second World War through a daring solo peace mission, flying to Britain in a vain attempt to speak with the Jew tool Winston Churchill and make him see reason. My view of this matter has always been that Hess's flight was Mission Impossible. I think the Fuhrer knew of his actions and approved, albeit no doubt with misgivings, but was subsequently required by the exigencies of Realpolitik to deny Hess when his mission failed.

Hess remained in prison for the rest of his life. For many years he was the sole occupant of the fortress of Spandau, guarded by a small army of Allied soldiers. He never renounced his Fuhrer and never recanted his National Socialist faith. In the end he was murdered by the Allies because even as an octogenarian, he was dangerous to them due to the example of sterling and steadfast courage and loyalty he displayed in his entire life.

Rudolf Hess...und Ihr habt doch Gesiegt.

Harold A. Covington

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