Tento pochod byl používán všemi divizemi SS od Německých, přes Norské, Švédské, Estonské až po Litevskou na území SSSR (očekávám ban)
More daily reality snacks at: http://russia-insider.com Latvia’s Waffen-SS veterans march honoring Nazi collaborators during WWII. European anti-facist & human rights organisations believe such rallies glorify Nazism. Latvian veterans of Waffen-SS units and their supporters have celebrated Legion Day, an unofficial holiday honoring Nazi collaborators during WWII, with marches through downtown Riga, Latvia’s capital. This year the march attracted hundreds of participants. Those taking part in the procession, some dressed in old Latvian military outfits, were carrying the national flags of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania, reports RIA Novosti. The Latvian government officially opposes the event, but does not prohibit it on the grounds of free speech. Latvia’s anti-fascist activists staged a small protest, as they do every year when Latvian Waffen-SS veterans march in the capital Riga. Latvians who served in Waffen-SS not only fought against the Soviet Army, but also were a part of the atrocities committed against European Jews. Of the 70,000 Jews that lived in Latvia when the Nazi Germany entered its territory, it's estimated that 67,000 died in the Holocaust. Russia says the Nazi veterans’ march is a violation of international law. Anti-fascist and Jewish human rights organizations, such as the Simon Wiesenthal Center, believe such rallies glorify Nazism. “Some of the people prior to joining the [Latvian Waffen-SS] Legion served in Latvian security forces, which played an active role in mass murder of the Latvian Jews,” Dr. Efraim Zuroff, head of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, told RT. “People who fought for victory over Nazi Germany should be considered heroes.” The head of the Simon Wiesenthal Center called attention to the fact that thousands of Jews from Eastern Europe were brought to Latvia and exterminated in concentration camps by the German Nazis and their Latvian collaborators. Ahead of the event, Latvia’s State Border Service was reported to be operating on a robust security regime, officially to prevent radicals from abroad from taking part in the Nazi procession. Yet instead of barring people praising neo-Nazi ideology from entering the country, Latvian border protection refused to grant entry to representatives of three German anti-fascist organizations, co-chair of the Latvian Anti-Fascist Committee Joseph Koren said Tuesday. Altogether, six delegates from the Association of Victims of the Nazi Regime, an organization of resistance veterans and Germany’s Anti-Nazi League were turned away at Riga Airport and banned from entering Latvia. The border guards explained their actions by an order coming from the Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs of Latvia. Two days ahead of the Nazi celebration, lawyers of the Russia’s Rossiya Segodnya news agency (the parent organization of RT) were denied entry to Latvia. The lawyers were to attend a court hearing following the decision of the Latvian authorities to deny official registration for Sputnik news agency (another part of Rossiya Segodnya) in Latvia last August. The Latvian Legion of the Waffen-SS consisted of almost 150,000 Latvians and was split into two divisions. The legion was created in 1943 on the orders of Adolf Hitler. On March 16, 1944, the legion was deployed against the Soviet Red Army near the town of Pskov. It was among the last of the Nazi forces to surrender in 1945. The Waffen-SS march has been held annually on March 16 since 1998. fsa islamic terrorism стариков информационная война запад сми media propaganda deutschland liers пропаганда western media bias us сталин neocons hillary clinton john mccain obama hawks republicans democrats trump sanders rubio ted cruz iraq syria iran saudi arabi turkey erdogan regugees crises migrants assad syrian army nazism neonazi azov crimea hitler nazi germany swastika savchenko putin john kerry state department eu parliament war crimes crime against humanity hrw amnesty international war crimes terrorism terrorists timoshenko poroshenko yatsenyuk turchinov maidan euromaidan western ukraine uniates greek catholic church pope humans civilians uk usa western media bbc cnn nbc abc sky news fox germany dutch politiek neocons democratie oekraine russia ukraine obama rotterdam holland western media propaganda burgers nederlandse krant de telegraaf george soros russophobia referendum amsterdam rotterdam bernard bot eu brussels juncker hitler putin utrecht den haag oekraine referendum media holland alternative media alex jones rt russia today john mccain roc russian orthodox church Christianity православие conservative party UK Poland Libya baltic states lithuania estonia anti-Russian sanctions
What a great song, isnt it. After some really negative feedback about nazism, alcoholism, manhunting and immoral ethics, warning here should be more than suitable: !!! Burp in the end is purely related to the drinking scene, not to disrespect whatsoever, ok? ...For the record, this video is blocked in countries like mAustria, Switzerland, Czech, Germany, France(\o/), Italy, Shitrael(didnt see this coming), Poland and dozen of other countries nobody gives a fuck about. Still, we are here talking about =real= fascist regimes mentioned above who cant handle the history by censoring it and later on probably repeating it. When ignorancy reigns, the life is lost. Of course you can bypass such noxious and inhuman blocks by an anonymoys proxy.
Chanson militaire. Libre de droit, dans le domaine public http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panzerlied Film = Battle of the Bulge - 1965 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0058947/ In 2017, the German army was banned from publishing song books containing Panzerlied and other marching songs by the Minister of Defence Ursula von der Leyen as part of new efforts at denazification (sad!).
I had searched the internet for this clip without success, so I decided to upload it myself. This is simply a clip from the 2014 movie "Fury" in which Norman first spots the Waffen SS battalion. The song is "Marschiert in Feindesland." The (German) lyrics are in the subtitles.
Assembled here are masses of young people to be addressed by their leader and idol Adolf Hitler. This is 1934, the vast majority of these innocent youngsters/children will later become Waffen SS troops or other. They will commit the most heinous crimes against other races that they have been brainwashed and indoctrinated to believe is the right thing to do. Their leader will wage total merciless war on the Jewish and Slavic races plus sections of society deemed not fit to be part of the Aryrian community. The Hitler Jugend (Youth) leader is Baldur von Schirach, he is seen here introducing Hitler to speak. This film is an excerpt from “Triumph of the will” (Triumph Des Willens. German) The film was commissioned by Adolf Hitler and he went to ask Leni Riefenstahl personally to make the film. It’s about the 1934 Nazi party congress with the underlying theme is the return of Germany as a world power. (It certainly became that but in the worst possible way) Riefenstahl got rave reviews for this film even though it was Nazi propaganda; it was in cinemas worldwide and got great acclaim in the U.S.A. She was the first successful female director, producer and editor all rolled into one. She used her own film techniques that was copied by other directors worldwide. 20/20 hindsight vision is used by many to condemn her but what else could she do! Why would she say no to make this film! The extreme evil and madness of the Nazis had not yet truly showed its hand. The 1934 Nazi party congress would be an extravaganza! As a budding film maker she was excited but also not sure if she was capable. One of her main detractors was Goebbels; he was extremely jealous of her and also demanded the film be made under his propaganda ministry. He also tried to bed her and she rejected him big time (No wonder, little creep) He was used to young nubile actresses doing for him whatever he wanted. 1934 and onwards was a galloping time for Nazism. The Sturmabteilung (SA) had been neutered the leaders were all murdered “The night of the long knives” Himmler became prominent with the black uniformed “Schutzstaffel” They would become the feared and infamous Waffen S.S. Hitler would take be made Chancellor through nefarious means with the opposition party (The communists) all arrested and sent to Dachau. So onwards and downwards culminating in the sheer horror and evil perpetrated on innocent civilians everywhere the Nazis conquered and the downfall of a monster. Leni Riefenstahl died in 2011 aged 101.