7th July 13:52
Derry position clarified (self)
Actually, Hitler was never especially interested in ideological stuff,
once he got to power. He left that part to those among his cronies who
did take interest in neo-Pagan cultism. He was interested in power.
You shuld take the trouble of reading Burleigh's New History of the
Third Reich, as well as
in it's modern
In Iceland? I doubt that.
I am not very terribly interested in ┴satr˙ in any of its
incarnations, except as much as you can expect of someone who used to
study Icelandic, but I think there is no universal "fŘhrer" of ┴satr˙
cultists all over the world. I doubt if Sveinbj÷rn Beinteinsson, the
late Allsherjargoi of Icelandic ┴satr˙armenn had ever vouchsafed to
take any orders of a self-appointed fŘhrer in a foreign country.
Of course, there probably exist neo-nazi groups who take an interest
in ┴satr˙, but then, there are neo-nazi groups who are interested in
the runic alphabet, and that does not make the runic alphabet a nazi
thing; many IRA men are interested in the Irish language, but that
does not make it an IRA language; and many neo-nazis here in Finland
babble a lot about our national epic the Kalevala as their supposed
inspiration, but that does not make the Kalevala a fascist book.