Video: Tom Metzger & Jan: Life in Germany 1950s & Meeting the Japanese Right Wing


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This is my first interview with Tom Metzger. We discuss his early life and how things led to him becoming involved in racial politics.

We discuss his time in the US Army and when he was deployed to Germany for 2 years in the 1950s. It is astounding that the Germans were NOT seething with HATRED towards the Americans. He had a great time in Germany.

We jump to the 1980s when he went on a trip to Japan where he met military officers and the Japanese Right Wing. During this fascinating trip the Japanese kept asking: “Why do you put up with the blacks?”

Tom advised the Japanese to rearm, which I think is a great idea.

Tom talks at length about the Jews having been in China for 1,000 years. The top Jewish family in China that controls China is the Sassoon family. He says the Jews were brought in to run China at the time of the Mongol Empire.

8 thoughts on “Video: Tom Metzger & Jan: Life in Germany 1950s & Meeting the Japanese Right Wing

  • 28th June 2018 at 3:16 am
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    I enjoyed the piece with Metzger. truly a strong voice, even now. Just for your information re Germany, I was stationed in Germany 1973-1976, and lived in Frankfurt. I found Germany an great country, and the Germans prosperous and very confident. I met some Germans, but not many. A German I knew from college in America invited me to spend a week with him in Wurtzburg. He and his friends were quite smart and enjoyable. He told me that, as much as he enjoyed Germany’s past, he thought the West German republic was the best time for Germany. The country was fairly well rebuilt, but there was still war damage here and there, and thousands of unexploded bombs. The Frankfurt opera was still a ruin, but was rebuilt in the 80’s, and the old city, destroyed by firebombing, was partly rebuilt in the early 80’s. Germans were at odds. Most wanted the old rebuilt, but a lot of the ‘liberals’ wanted all older architecture destroyed. A Frankfurt mayor who wanted the opera destroyed (a Jew) was called ‘Dynamite Rudi’ by Frankfurters. The German army, the Bundeswehr, was derided, but they were actually in good condition. I know a lot of their soldiers looked slender and sharp compared to a lot of fat, dumpy GIs. As for the Gastarbeiter (Guest workers), Germans by and large disliked them, but said ‘we have to have them’, and over and over Germans said ‘we have it under control…they won’t be a problem.’ This held firm until the 90’s. You must remember the foreign workers came in because the east (Germany and Poland) were cut off. There was a lot of unease of Nazism, but it wasn’t like it is now. It seems with reunification, the left and EU got a lot more power. Also, in the 70’s, there were about 23,000 Jews in Germany. Since the wall came down, thousands have flooded in, especially from Israel, and they make no bones about holding dual citizenship. Also, it was felt west Germany was needed to fight communism and the USSR. Americans had no problem with that. In the 70’s, Germany was very much a nation of pride and economic power, but it had to be underplayed.
    Race was very strict. Aside from whores, you rarely saw a German woman with black men.
    Also, in the 70’s, the US almost considered sending troops to Angola. A partial mobilization almost came to pass. It was felt S. Africa needed help, and whatever the problems of Apartheid were, you were on our side. In the 70’s, there were 250,000 GIs in Germany. Today, there are 35,000, almost all support and medical units. Most GIS didn’t mix with Germans, and aside from going to Oktoberfest and getting drunk, they usually didn’t get out. My travelling and speaking German were considered very odd, indeed. Germans were surprised I had such a good accent.

    Japan is an excellent nation, and very conformist. As they say in Japan, ‘A nail must be hammered down,’ meaning people should obey. Japan officially has no military, but their Self-defense forces are considered very good and well-trained, but small.
    Japan and West Germany, in the 1970’s, were very faithful allies, but they were feeling more independent, especially seeing America so screwed up in the 70’s.

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  • 18th June 2018 at 8:47 pm
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    Has anybody checked out Patrick little and what are your thoughts
    I love his message(name the jew

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  • 16th June 2018 at 11:19 am
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    Big respect for Metgzger!

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    • 18th June 2018 at 2:49 am
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      Glad you like him. Same here. The man has walked a walk hardly any one of us would dare. A true living hero!

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      • 18th June 2018 at 12:22 pm
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        I think I heard this one from Metzger:
        “Why big crooked noses? BECAUSE THE AIR IS FREE!”

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  • 16th June 2018 at 4:53 am
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    A fascinating and important discussion. Thank you Jan!

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    • 18th June 2018 at 2:57 am
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      Thanks Dion. And thanks for your guidance with regard to Tom. Tom is an awesome man I tell you. A true living white American hero!

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