Wednesday, January 11, 2012



Blood and Soil/ Flood and Grunt


Lebensborn (“Spring of Life”, “Source” or “Fountain of Life”), is a Nazi breeding program conceived and set up by SS Reichsfuhrer Heinrich Himmler during the time period of WWII on December 12, 1935. The organization “Lebensborn e.V (eingetragner Verein, “registered association”) was the vehicle used to propagate and disseminate the genetic makeup of what Nazi authorities believed would constitute perfect future SS leaders. These children were conceived as future leaders in the Nazi state that would dominate Europe, if not the world ( from Canada).

The Lebensborn Program was originally part of Rasse und Siedlungshauptamt (Race and Settlement Office). The office was headed by Walther Darre (born Ricardo Walther Oscar Darre, July 14, 1895), an SS-Obergruppenfuhrer and one of the leading Nazi “blood and soil” (German: Blut und Boden) ideologists. He served as Reich Minister of Food and Agriculture from 1933 to 1942.

Darre was born in Belgrano, a Buenos Aires neighborhood, in Argentina to Richard Oscar Darre, a German with Huguenot ancestry (born March 10, 1854, Berlin) and a half Swedish/half German Emilia Berta Eleonore, nee Lagergren (born July 23, 1872), Buenos Aires. His father moved to Argentina in 1888 as a partner of the German international import/export wholesaler Engelbert Hardt & Co.

Darre was educated privately in Argentina until the family was forced to return to Germany as a result of worsening international relations in the years preceding WWI. Darre was fluent in 4 languages: Spanish, German, English, and French.

Darre was sent to Germany to attend school in Heidelburg at age 9; and in 1911 he was sent as an exchange student to King’s College School in Wimbledon. He then spent 2 years at the Oberrealschule in Gummersbach, followed in early 1914 by the Kolonialschule for resettlement in the German colonies at Witzenhausen where his interest in farming was awakened.

By age 34 he had completed his PhD studies in 1929 in agriculture, with a specialty in animal breeding. During these years he spent time working in east Prussia and Finland.

As a young man in Germany, he joined the Artamans society, a Volkisch youth group committed to the back-to-land movement. During this time he began to develop the idea that the future of the “Nordic race” was linked to the soil in what came to be known as “Blut und Boden”. It was through the Artamans society that he became associated with Heinrich Himmler, who was also a member.

While in the Artamans society, Darre was also exposed to the teachings of Karl Haushofer, a founder of geopolitics and one of the leaders of the Artamans society. Haushofer proposed some of the original philosophies which gave birth to the Nazi policy of “Lebensraum” (living space, i.e. land and raw materials, which would be used to justify the Nazi expansion) and the theory of “Blut und Boden” (“Blood and Soil”).

Haushofer came from a family of artists and scholars. Upon graduation from the Munich Gymnasium Haushofer contemplated an academic career, but instead chose to enter the Bavarian army and found it so interesting that he stayed to work, with great success as an instructor in military academies and on the staff. He continued his career as a professional soldier and taught at the Bavarian War Academy.

In November 1908 the army sent him to Tokyo to study the Japanese army and to advise it as an artillery instructor. He travelled with his wife via India and South East Asia and arrived in February 1909. Haushofer was received by the Japanese emperor and became acquainted with many important people in politics and armed forces. During the pre-war years, Haushofer was instrumental in linking Japan to the axis powers, acting in accordance with the theories of his book “Geopolitics of the Pacific Ocean”. In Autumn 1909 he travelled to Korea and Manchuria for a month. In June 1910 he and his wife returned to Germany via Russia and arrived one month later.

Haushofer’s doctorate of philosophy from Munich University was entitled “Reflections on Greater Japan’s Military Strength, World Position, and Future”. By WWI he had attained the rank of General, but became disillusioned with Germany’s loss of WWI and retired with the rank of Major General in 1919. At this time he forged a friendship with Rudolf Hess, who would become his scientific assistant.

Soon after the Nazis came into power in 1933, Darre became Reich Minister of Food and Agriculture. He was instrumental in founding the Nazi Reichsnahrstand corporation as part of the Gleichschaltung process; a Nazi term for the process by which the Nazi regime successively established a system of totalitarian control and tight coordination over all aspects of society (“coordination”, “making the same”, and “bringing into line”, “forcible-coordination”)

Darre strongly influenced Reichsfuhrer-SS Himmler in his goal to create a German racial aristocracy based on selective breeding. Darre eventually was forced to step down from his post by Himmler, who viewed him as too theoretical (see Vic Toews the Paraguayan spy in Canada’s cabinet)

Under Nazi Germany’s New Order (Neordnung) the concept and goal of Wehrbaur, the “Armed peasant” or “Soldier peasant” became the way in which the Nazi goals of invasion by force and occupation of the land could be achieved through these soldier peasants; who were planned to act as both colonists and also as soldiers. This plan was driven by the Nazi “Blood and Soil” policy via the influence of members of Artamans society, which influenced the German Youth Movement.

Another person influenced by this was one Eberhard Arnold, who founded the Bruderhof in Germany in 1920. He was a philosophy and intellectual student inspired by the Germany Youth Movement in post WWI, who in his young adulthood had associated himself and his wife in working for the Salvation Army. By the age of 37, he had established a small community in the German village of Sannertz, soon moving to the Fulda district due to their numbers increasing. This group was known as the Rhon Bruderhof. When Arnold discovered that Hutterite communities still existed in North America, correspondence ensued that led to his traveling there to the communities of the United States and Canada. He stayed in North America for a year, returning as a sanctioned Hutterite missionary to Europe. By 1933, the Nazis had taken power, and because the Bruderhof Hutterites espoused “… “decided” rejection of military service, their denial of the unconditional prerogative of the volksgemeinschaft (people’s community), their opposition to National Socialist racial policies, the parallels between the community and a “Russian collective”, their lack of productivity (“in every nook and cranny, one is struck the laziness of the members of the community, which seems to be their most pronounced characteristic”), and suspicion of narcotics use…fromAnabaptist/Mennonite Faith and Economics’ by Calvin Wall Redekop, Victor A. Krahn, Samuel J. Steiner, Institute for Anabaptist and Mennonite Studies

As the Bruderhof continued their opposition to compulsory military status, and sent their young men to Lichtenstein, and along with the death of Eberhard Arnold, who had been hospitalized with a broken leg in March 1935, some of the Bruderhof elected to leave Germany as well as Lichtenstein for the Cotswolds in England. They were granted immediate refugee status, and though penniless, were able to rent a farm property and start anew.

In April 1937 when the Gestapo arrived at the Bruderhof community to serve notice to those Hutterites remaining, two Canadian Hutterites happened to be present, paying a visit to the Rhon Bruderhof, which the Institute for Anabaptist and Mennonite Studies publication ‘Anabaptist/Mennonite Faith and Economics’ claim “…posed the possibility of unnecessary “bad press” abroad, so the Gestapo agents “stepped back” into the role of police officers…” and ordered them to leave Germany by the end of 48 hours and their farm was confiscated and community dissolved. (unlike other Christian denominations, Masons, gays, gypsies, and Jews who were sent to concentration camps). These Bruderhof then joined the Bruderhof community established in England.

Soon after England entered the war, the Bruderhof immigrated to Paraguay - the only country that would accept them, assisted by the Mennonite Central Committee. There, the Bruderhof established medical clinics and provided medical assistance to the locals and Indians in their areas. By 1962 many Bruderhof Hutterites in Paraguay had left for the northeast in the US and some to England, following disbanding of many Bruderhof communities in Paraguay. In the US, they settled in Connecticut and Pennsylvania in 1957-58. The Woodcrest Bruderhof settled in Rifton, New York in 1954. Today they own Rifton Aviation, a private charter business, whose aircraft all have identifying numbers beginning with “N” and ending in “BC”, for “Bruderhof Communities”. Another business bringing in a very large source of income is “Community Playthings”, which offers all things needed for classrooms, libraries, and daycares, as well as “Rifton Equipment”, which provides equipment and aids for disabled children and adults. They provide a conflict resolution program for schools, volunteer at prisons and hospitals, and work with local social service agencies to provide food and shelter to those in need of services. Bruderhof members provide the manual labor to construct the products marketed by the Bruderhof Communities. They do not receive pay for their work nor do they have bank accounts.

What of the German Mennonites?

During their flight from Russia/ Ukraine, the Russlander Mennonites were assisted by the Nazi Regime and encouraged to relocate to German occupied lands. During the reign of the Nazis, the Mennonite’s lands were then removed from them, and they were expelled to newly occupied Nazi lands such as Poland, where the Mennonites were given the lands of Polish elite to develop and tend. Some Mennonites left for other countries as well, including Canada where there were already large numbers of Mennonites, and Paraguay, where the first wave of Mennonites arrived in 1927 (Coincidentally, the first Nazi party outside of Germany was established in Paraguay in 1927). A Canadian group from Manitoba had founded the Menno colony in Paraguay in 1926-27. A group from the Ukraine and the Amour River came via China and created the Fernheim colony in 1930. A group of Russian Mennonite refugees founded the Neuland colony in 1947. With the conditions difficult for the growing colonies, they banded together and formed Filidelfia in 1932, which became an organizational, commercial, and financial center. Today the residents still speak Plautdietsch, a language of Canada, also called low German, or high German, Hockdeutsch, in schools, as well as speaking Spanish and some English.

After WWII, another frequent resident was spotted at different towns and colonies of Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Brazil, including frequent stays in Filidelfia, Paraguay; one Joseph Mengele. During a time period of 1949 to 1979, he was reported to be working as a medical doctor, at times offering his services to the Mennonite communities (who appeared to have harbored him as well), and at other times as a veterinarian. He appeared to use an alias, but it is reported that there were those who knew who he was.

Canadian Public Safety Minister Vic Toews’ parents, Mennonites who came to Canada in the 1924 and 1926 from the Ukraine, Anne Peters and Victor Toews, were sent to Filidelfia, Paraguay in 1952 along with their two eldest children on assignment as a minister and teacher and returned to Canada with their son Vic in 1956.


Vic Toews is now Canada’s minister of “so-called” Public Safety. He controls the entire security establishment of Canada on behalf of Paraguay’s Nazi “Boys From Brazil”.

Ogdensburg, New York is the port of entry (POE) and the current Nazi foundling greenhouse. It is dominated by the Grey Nuns cloisters and run by their nurse/Valkyries (A Third Gender) with the assistance of the Bruderhof, Mennonite, Hutterite, Amish, Quakers, and WEEMIN Valkyries.

Oh Canada, we stand on guard for the “E” (The Experiment, The German Experiment). The Hashemite monarchy is the Hidden Hand that controls the northern hemisphere on behalf of pre-Ice Age Voodoo and post Ice-Age Ecclesiastic Freemasonry.

The Nordan Sculptors

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