HITLER YOUTH DENIED CAKE
POOR LITTLE ADOLPH CANNOT SEE HIS NAME IN FROSTING
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American Nazi Headquarters was once in nearby Camp Nordland, Sussex County, NJ.
Arkysore Retailer Squirts "HITLER" On Birthday Gateau
Hunterdon County, New Jersey is a real nice place to raise your kids up in. Once mostly farms and Dutch, English, French, Swedish, Scots, Welsh, Irish and German farmers, it is now a prosperous suburb and bedroom community for both New York City and Philadelphia commuters of all races, religions and ethnicities. But it does have a past.
Flemington, the County seat, was home to the Lindberg Baby Kidnapping trial in the years between the World Wars, conducted by NJ State Police founder, Colonel Herbert Norman Schwarzkopf Sr, father to the first Gulf War commanding General, H. Norm Jr. Norm senior later went on to organize SAVAK, the Shah's torturing agency in pre-Ayatollah Iran, and a major reason for the Islamic Revolution there, which inspired Islamists everywhere, including the World Trade Center, which led to Gulf War 2. Serendippity, hunh? Daddy made sure the nation understood that there were good Germans as well as bad Germans, by personally going after Bruno Hauptman during a media feeding-frenzied trial, the first ever to be broadcast on national radio, the World Wide Web of the era. You'd think nationalistical krauts today would maybe name their kids Stormin' Norman, or Bad Bruno. Nope. They go for Adolph. Adolph Hitler. Der Schickelgruber. Seig Heil, baby!
Can't wait to see what happens when it comes time to register the little Fuhrer for pre-school. With any luck, he'll have a Superintendant of Schools who is Jewish, as I did when growing up nearby. Perhaps he can hook up with the local Ku Klux Klan daycare center, if they have one. Otherwise, I'd say li'l Hitler is a primo candidate for home-skewlin'.
The national media are treating this as a joke, an isolated incident, a bizarre aberration. But, as little Hitler's daddy remarked, he himself has a history with the Nazi's. And so does New Jersey. In fact, the Garten Stadt was the summer home of the German-American Bund, headquartered in nearby Yorkville, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. While the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor pretty much put the kibosh on the mainstream activities of der Bund, there are evidently still fans of both the Nazi's and the Klan in North, West and South Jersey. With the election of our first African-American President, these volk are not likely to go away.
"Cake request for 3-year-old Hitler namesake denied"
Deutschland Uber Bowling Alleys.
' The father of 3-year-old Adolf Hitler Campbell, denied a birthday cake with the child's full name on it by one New Jersey supermarket, is asking for a little tolerance. Heath Campbell and his wife, Deborah, are upset not only with the decision made by the Greenwich ShopRite, but with an outpouring of angry Internet postings in response to a local newspaper article over the weekend on their flare-up over frosting. The Campbells ultimately got their cake decorated at a Wal-Mart in Pennsylvania, Deborah Campbell said. About 12 people attended the birthday party on Sunday, including several children who were of mixed race, according to Heath Campbell. Heath Campbell said he named his son after Adolf Hitler because he liked the name and because "no one else in the world would have that name." He sounded surprised by all the controversy the dispute had generated. Campbell said his ancestors are German and that he has lived his entire life in Hunterdon County. On Tuesday he wore a pair of black boots he said were worn by a German soldier during World War II. '
LEHIGH VALLEY (PA) EXPRESS-TIMES
"Holland Township man names son after Adolf Hitler"
Always the low life. Always.
' In a living room decorated with war books, German combat knives and swastikas, a 2-year-old boy, blond and blue-eyed, played with a plastic dinner set. The boy, asked his name, put down a tiny plate and ran behind his father's leg. He flashed a shy smile but wouldn't answer. Heath Campbell, 35, the boy's father, encouraged him. Adolf Hitler Campbell -- it's indeed the name on his birth certificate -- turns 3 today, and the Campbell family believes the boy has been mistreated. A local supermarket refused to make a birthday cake with "Adolf Hitler" on it. The ShopRite in Greenwich Township has also refused to make a cake bearing the name of Campbell's daughter, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell, who turns 2 in February. "Say Adolf," said Campbell, a Holocaust denier who has three children named for Nazism. Again, the boy wouldn't answer. It wasn't the first time the name caused hesitation. The grocer offered to make a cake with enough room for the Campbells to write their own inscription. But the Campbells refused, saying they would have a cake made at the Wal-Mart in Lower Nazareth Township. The Campbells say Wal-Mart made cakes for Adolf's first two birthdays. A spokeswoman for Wal-Mart said the store won't put anything illegal or profane on a cake but thinks it's important to respect the views of customers and employees. "Our No. 1 priority in decorating cakes is to serve the customer to the best of our ability," Anna Taylor, the spokeswoman, said from Bentonville, Ark. '
"Supremacist group blankets Roxbury with anti-Obama literature"
And in other racist news from the Garden State . . .
' Some neighborhoods in Roxbury were blanketed over the weekend with campaign literature from a white-supremacist, anti-immigration group that bluntly raised the issue of race regarding presidential candidate Barack Obama, offending some recipients and angering Democratic leaders. A flier left on driveways in a neatly packaged plastic envelope questioned, "Do You Want A Black President?" and stated, "Black Ruled Nations most unstable and violent in the world." The material was distributed by a group called the League of American Patriots, which has a Butler mailing address. The League of American Patriots was formed on March 29 at a meeting attended by more than 20 people at an undisclosed site in northern New Jersey, followed by a July meeting at an undisclosed Morris County park, according to the organization's website. The group is "committed to restoring America to the principles upon which it was founded. First and foremost is halting the rapid demographic decline of the European peoples in our homeland," according to the site. League members attended an immigration reform rally in Lakewood in May and what was billed as an anti-Mexican rally in Shenandoah, Pa., in August, according to the site. '
NJ HALL OF SHAME.COM
Nazis & Klansmen, perfect together.
' The Bund started out as a group known as “The Friends of the New Germany,” which had regional chapters scattered throughout the nation. The Bund was endorsed by the Nazi party in Germany and even given funding by them. In 1935, a Munich-born German Army veteran of WWI named Fritz Kuhn was chosen as the organization’s national leader, and the group was renamed the German-American Bund. Kuhn was hand-picked to head the Bund by Hitler himself, because he was a U.S. citizen, unlike former leaders who were German nationals. Kuhn’s first action as the new Bundesleiter was to travel to Berlin to meet with Hitler and get his blessing, and official recognition as the “American Fuhrer.”
The Bund’s headquarters were located in the Yorkville section of Manhattan, an enclave of German-American citizens, and recently immigrated Germans nationals. The Bund had other chapters in cities across the country with high populations of German immigrants. In New Jersey chapters were located in Clifton, Hackensack, Union City, Fairfield, North Bergen, Passaic, and Newark.
The Bund promoted solidarity among its members by running camps, which were used as recreational facilities and training grounds, and were located all across the nation. These camps provided weekend retreats where German-Americans could drink beer, sing songs of the Fatherland, converse openly in their native tongue, and take comfort in the knowledge of their own racial superiority.
Three such camps existed in New Jersey, one in Bloomingdale, one in Griggstown, and most importantly, Camp Nordland in Andover. Camp Nordland opened on July 18, 1937, and initially local residents were pretty happy about it. Its opening festivities drew 10,000 German-Americans to Andover, a town with a population of 479 people at the time. These out-of-towners patronized local businesses (though they were encouraged to only buy from Aryan owned shops). The Andover Fire Department even raffled off a car at the opening ceremonies of the camp, selling over 1,500 tickets. This flood of money led most locals to tolerate the Bund--despite their wearing of swastikas and military uniforms, the large portrait of Hitler they displayed on the main wall of their recreation hall, and the parade they held with their guests, a group of Italian-Americans dressed as Mussolini’s Blackshirts, who marched around giving the fascist salute. In a short time, this tolerance would disappear.
The camp still hosted large gatherings, including weekend getaways for children. To the outside observer, these events may have looked like nothing more than Boy Scout jamborees or church retreats, but in actuality they were much more sinister. In the woods of Andover, 10 to14-year-old boys and girls were marching around in Nazi garb, and being formed into ranks very reminiscent of the infamous Hitler Youth. “Our camp,” Bundesleiter Kuhn proclaimed “is designed principally to be a place which breathes the spirit of the New Germany...(where young people) shall be strengthened and confirmed in National Socialism so that they will be conscious of the role which has been assigned to them as the future carriers of German racial ideals to America.” Those ideals included calls for a “white man’s Christian country,” a “Gentile-ruled United States,” and a barring of Jews from “all positions of importance in the government, national defense and educational institutions.”
By 1940 things were looking grim for the Bund, and they desperately wanted to rebuild their all-American German image of years past. Their solution (definitely not the smartest) was to invite the Ku Klux Klan (who claimed some 60,000 New Jerseyans as members) to Camp Nordland for a joint rally. The gathering was described in a book published in 1943 by an author who went undercover to infiltrate the Bund and observe their activities.
Flames from the wooden cross, forty feet high, crackled into the night throwing lurid shadows on the participants below, some of who were dressed in hooded white robes, others in the gray uniforms of the German-American Bund. The scene took place at Bund Camp Nordland in New Jersey on August 18, 1940, when the Klan staged a monster anti-war, pro-American mass meeting jointly with the Bund.
...Klansmen berated “Romanism,” called Catholics “dumb ring-kissers”...“Whatever power or money the Jews had, has been confiscated. But a world-wide militant Catholic organization directed from Rome remains a sinister threat to our Americanism.”
By mid-afternoon 3,500 Klansmen and Bundists had assembled at Camp Nordland...August KIapprott, the vice-president of the Bund, speaking with a thick German accent, shouted: "When Arthur Bell, your Grand Giant, asked us about using Camp Nordland for this patriotic meeting, we decided to let them have it because of the common bond between us. The principles of the Bund and the principles of the Klan are the same." '
"A summing up of the New Jersey KKK."
Klan activities in NJ.
' Before long the Klan prospered and spread throughout the state. It's purposes were to protect the Constitution and pure womanhood; preserve the White race, the separation of church and state, and uphold law and order. There were no substantiated reports of actual Klan violence and ceremonial cross lightings were common. Drunkenness, wife beatings, mixed marriages, child abuse, and immorality were particularly opposed by the N.J. Klan. Apart from it's nocturnal rituals and fraternalism, the primary concern of the N.J. Klan was the preservation of the traditional American values. As the Klan's Tri-K-Girls put it, "The return to the teachings of our mothers." This meant stressing the virtues of Christian fundamentalism and temperance. It was not surprising, therefore, that in New Jersey this often led to friendly relations and co-operation with many churches.
It became characteristic of the N.J. Klan to receive support from the ministry. Although Baptist, Presbyterian, Dutch Reformed, and Evangelical pastors and churches supplied pulpits and prestige for the Klan, its truest friends came from the Pillar of Fire Church and the Methodists. Bishop Alma White's religious community of Zarepath (near Bound Brook) favored the Klan which they saw as an ally in the fight to protect bible Christianity against modern distortions and criticism. The Pillar of Fire Church looked with favor upon the Klan's fiery cross. Bishop White praised the Klan by sermon, book, and in the church's Good Citizen publication. Bishop White also predicted that the Klan would be popular among the colleges starting with Princeton University. The Imperial Wizard visited the Bishop White at her Zarepath church grounds several times.
Although out of necessity, the Klan occasionally threatened the anti-Klan groups in New Jersey, the Klan was on the receiving end and more the victims rather than the doers of violence. The most controversial activity of the N.J. KKK came in 1940, just prior to US involvement in W.W.II. Grand Dragon Author Bell and a number of Klansmen and Klanswomen took part in a joint rally at Camp Nordland with the American Nazi Bund led by August Klapport. It was a short lived association as W.W.II send Klansmen nationwide rallying around the flag and Americanism more then ever. However, ever since biased historians and distortionists have used that incident to create the myth that the KKK and nazis were allied to each other. It is ignored by these myth makers that in the 1920's the KKK passed out anti-fascist (as well as anti-communist) literature, that in the 1930's the Nazis in Germany persecuted and destroyed the German branch of the KKK established there, and that during W.W.II the Nazis killed Gen. N.B. Forrest III (grandson of Grand Wizard Nathan B.Forrest), who was a United States Air Force general and was Grand Dragon of the Georgia KKK.
The Klan continued in New Jersey, until in 1944, the Klan was nationally disbanded for the second time. In 1946, on Stone Mountain, Ga., the KKK was revived again by Dr. Green. By the 1960's the Klan was once again established in New Jersey. Fragmented units of various splinter Klans continually came and went. There was no unity, size, or influence. Then in the 1980's a serious attempt was made to establish a legitimate Klan once again. While it's main purpose was political and it had a member elected to public office twice and even ran a write in candidate for governor, the revived N.J.Klan also donated money to charities such as the Salvation Army, fire departments, churches, First Aid Squads, and the Polish Mothers' Hospital. The New Jersey was not anti-Catholic in anyway. Greek Orthodox as well as Roman Catholics made up 40% of modern membership. However, the illegal activities of neo-nazis, who formed illegal renegade rival "Klans" made the task of re-establishing a legitimate respectable Klan in New Jersey impossible. The New Jersey Ku Klux Klan disbanded in the early 1990's and there has been no legitimate KKK groups established in New Jersey ever since. However, since the collapse of most neo-nazi illegal "KKK" groups the potential for the re-establishment of a legitimate political or fraternal order Klan group does exist. But, it would be a difficult thing to try given today's politically correct mind control.
Photos below: The N.J. Klan cleans up a highway during Earth Day. '
Not-so-lucky Little Lindy. Daddy was pro-Hitler, btw.
' The kidnapping of Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr., the toddler son of world famous aviator Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, occurred when he was abducted and murdered in 1932.
The kidnapping and subsequent trial were among the biggest news stories of the day. Every development was followed by millions of people. Newspaper writer H.L. Mencken called the affair "the biggest story since the Resurrection."
Bruno Hauptmann was convicted of the crime and executed by electric chair, though he proclaimed his innocence.
The crime inspired the "Lindbergh Law", which made kidnapping a federal crime, and also inspired Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot novel, Murder on the Orient Express (later adapted as a film and video game).
Word of the kidnapping spread quickly, and, along with police, the well-connected and well-intentioned arrived at the Lindbergh estate. Three were military colonels offering their aid, though only one had law enforcement expertise: Herbert Norman Schwarzkopf, superintendent of the New Jersey State Police. The other colonels were Henry Breckinridge, a Wall Street lawyer; William Joseph Donovan (a.k.a. "Wild Bill" Donovan, a hero of the First World War who would later head the OSS). Lindbergh and these men believed that the kidnapping was perpetrated by organized crime figures. The letter, they thought, seemed written by someone who spoke German as his native language. They contacted Mickey Rosner, a Broadway hanger-on rumored to know mobsters. Rosner, in turn, brought in two speakeasy owners: Salvatore "Salvy" Spitale and Irving Bitz. Lindbergh quickly endorsed the duo and appointed them his intermediaries to deal with the mob. Unknown to Lindbergh, however, Bitz and Spitale were actually in cahoots with the New York Daily News, a paper which hoped to use the duo to scoop other newspapers in the race for leads in the kidnapping story. '
"Norman Schwarzkopf, Senior"
One of the "good Germans" of New Jersey.
' The New Jersey State Police was founded in 1921 by Colonel Norman Schwarzkopf, Sr., who served in both world wars and was father to General Norman Schwarzkopf of Gulf War fame. While General Shalikashvili, the outgoing US Chief of Staff, is proud of his Wafen SS father, the Schwarzkopfs emmigrated to the US long before the rise of Nazism, are not known to have voiced Nazi leanings, and were a respected part of the substantial German-American community in New Jersey..
However, an important segment of the New Jersey Germans were pro-Nazi before the war and also gave safe haven to Nazis after the war. As we will see, these Nazis also included many Eastern Europeans and Russians, including the elite and largely White Russian SS VorKommando Moskau, which organized the killings of Jews and Slavs in Nazi occupied Eastern Europe and Russia. Many members of the VorKommando Moskau were resettled in New Jersey by the US Government, shepherded by such stellar figures as Richard Nixon and J. Edgar Hoover, who considered these people to be stalwart anti-communist warriors and outstanding Republican vote getters.
Back to Schwarzkopf: he was the founder and the first superintendent of the N.J. State Police, and played a key role in the Lindbergh kidnapping investigation and the Hauptmann trial. A West Point graduate and WWI veteran, he organized the State Police right after WWI. He returned to military service in WWII, rising to the rank of Brigadier General. Later he served abroad and organized the police force of Iran, then an ally of the U.S. There his son, Norman Jr., formed his first impressions of the Middle East.
The police Schwarzkopf Sr. organized in Iran was the dreaded SAVAK, the Shah's brutal secret police who tortured and murdered with a free hand.
A recent book, "Lifting the Veil: Life in Revolutionary Iran" by John Simpson & Tira Shubart , describes Schwarzkopf"s role in Iran:
'I owe my throne to God, my people, my army --and to you!' The Shah was speaking to Kermit Roosevelt, the Central Intelligence Agency representative in Tehran. ... he certainly owed his throne to the success of Operation AJAX on 19 August 1953.
Faced with a powerful constitutional threat from his prime minister and political enemy, Dr Mohammed Mossadeq, the Shah briefly lost his nerve and fled the country when the soldiers sent to arrest his prime minister were overpowered and captured.
Kermit Roosevelt's book (Countercoup: The Struggle for the Control of Iran, reissued in 1979 , together with recently declassified documents, have revealed further details about the coup. Using money that had been brought into Iran a few months earlier by General Norman Schwarzkopf, Senior, the father of the American commander in the Gulf War, Roosevelt set about buying the support he needed. Bribing the key officers in the police and army, and organizing partisan crowds from the bazaar with the help of British intelligence agents, he instructed them to attack mosques and pull down statues of the Shah while shouting slogans in support of Mossadeq.
First Shwarzkopf Sr. acted as bag man to help overthrow the elected government, then he trained the re-installed despots' secret police, the SAVAK. His memory is revered among New Jersey state troopers and his son continues to come celebrate anniversaries of the organization's founding. '
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