Gen-X FashyCast w/Johnny & Ronnie – Episode 15 (preview)

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In our fifteenth podcast, the last one for the year 2017, John and I can hardly keep a lid on our unique rationale as we continue to deconstruct the flawed theses expounded by neo-nazis and “Holocaust (Trad)Revisionists” with irrefutable facts, or lack thereof, and deductive logic.

Have a listen as we ask and answer the question: Is Historical (Neo)Revisionism the “key” to freedom of speech, thought, and even (European/white) survival today? If so, what is the best approach to “red pilling” average and/or brainwashed folks?

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Gen-X FashyCast w/Johnny & Ronnie – Episode 15 (preview)

Music by Heimatærde, Power Core & Annie Lennox.

African video footage from:

German Humanitarianism vs. British Perfidy

Death looms over the great continent of Africa, in Germanin, which chronicles the battle against sleeping sickness and the conquest of the tsetse fly a heroic chapter in German colonial history. Despite British sabotage, a great cure is announced, but Germany has lost the First World War and its colonial empire and can no longer enter Africa. Will the German spirit triumph to save Africa?

Directed with great panache by Max Kimmich, Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels brother-in-law, this rousing action-adventure classic stars the always-charismatic Luis Trenker (Berge in Flammen, Der Rebell).

The picture also features black Nazi-German actor Louis Brody and hundreds of black extras.

Third Reich Black actor Louis Brody:

Germany’s colonial empire lasted only a generation. Germanin reflects the psychological impact of its loss: strong propaganda pits German humanitarianism against British perfidy, as the film glorifies the achievements of German science in the tropics. Thrilling location cinematography, assured direction, and exceptional wild-beast stock footage as much as in any M-G-M Johnny Weissmuller Tarzan film make Germanin one of the most exciting pictures made in Germany during the war.

Germany, 1943, B&W, 89 minutes. Directed by M. W. Kimmich. Starring Peter Petersen, Luis Trenker, Lotte Koch, Albert Lippert. German dialogue, Optional English subtitles.

WARNING: contains scenes of female nudity.