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schwab
Saturday, November 24th, 2018, 06:21 PM
They are hard to find these days, most of them have been "franconized" these days in their own french occupied enclave.
I'm glad I left in 1963 for the USA.

Chlodovech
Sunday, November 25th, 2018, 07:53 AM
Yes, Ahnenerbe is Alsatian. And we used to have at least one other member from the Elzass, Permafrost. Maybe one or two others as well.

Aptrgangr
Sunday, November 25th, 2018, 11:19 AM
I'm a quarter Alsatian, if that counts https://s15.directupload.net/images/181125/bf82thfs.gif (https://www.directupload.net)
schwob is a strange name for an Alsatian, wouldn't Waggis be more apt? And why would anyone prefer an Americanization over a Frenchization, at least there is still Alsatian life and culture left in Alsace.

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Ahnenerbe
Monday, November 26th, 2018, 12:53 AM
I'm from Moselle (Kreis Diedenhofen). There were quite a few members from the area over the years, like Permafrost, Lothringen, catchmeifyoukhan and others.

schwab
Monday, November 26th, 2018, 01:02 AM
Thanks, I appreciate your reply.
I don't know how old you are, I'm 82 and tasted all different kinds of shady governments, starting with National socialism in 1940, French socialism after the war and others while being involved in different jobs.
I traced back my forefathers to 1600. "Schwab" originated in Switzerland, moved to Germany thru the German province of Schwaben and settled in Alsace during the Holy Roman Empire of German Lands. All the forefathers names are German. I consider myself as pure Alsatian I hope.
I dislike the French because of discrimination as to my ancestry, I have always been treated as a "Bosch" and I was always welcomed in Germany no matter where. I'm married to a German National from the Pfalz.
After serving the stupid war in Algeria and being an employee of the Gendarmerie Nationale in occupied Germany in Berlin and other German cities, I decided to get the hell out of there in 1963.
Going to the States was the best move I have ever made. Trump is not my idol these days. Reagan was the best President.

There you have it my friend in a nutshell.
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Ahnenerbe
Monday, November 26th, 2018, 01:11 AM
Not even folklore is left at this point. The locals are totally degenerate and then you add to this the race mixing with the French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese immigrants, etc - there's nothing left. Even if some people are still of good blood, they are mentally romanized. Sure the trains arrive more often on time, there's a bit more environmentalism going on, and shit like that, but that's about it.

To give you an idea of how dumb they are, in 2013 the Alsatians got a referendum to merge the 2 departments into one single entity (a wonderful opportunity to create an autonomous Euro-region between France and Germany, keep the taxes for themselves, introduce mandatory bilinguism, etc)... and they voted against it! (because conservatives are always "against" anything you propose to them, no matter if it makes sense or not - that's why they are called reactionaries I guess).

Then two years later, the whole Alsace region was merged into an Soviet-like artificial jacobin "region" and they were all whining, but it was too late. Then they did some bullshit demonstrations with old costumes and hanged some banners in Alsatian dialect, as a weak, idiotic peasant protest.

So we can't blame "the Jews" or anything. Most of what happens is the product of White stupidity - as everywhere in Europe basically.

Also, like in Luxembourg (https://forums.skadi.net/threads/178137-Soon-There-Will-Be-No-More-Luxembourg?highlight=luxembourg), they have an obsession with their primitive and useless local dialect, instead of just promoting proper French-German bilinguism.


BTW Karl Goscheschek restarted the Strassburger Zeitung (http://www.strassburgerzeitung.de/), if you're interested. You can follow it on facebook too to get the updates: https://facebook.com/strassburgerzeitung/

Funnily, most of the local Nazis are non-ethnics, while the true ethnics that don't feel French couldn't care less about that stuff or just move on the German side.

Most of the people who identify as Germans just moved to Germany over the years since 1918 basically, instead of fighting the system.

I recently saw this village wigger kid from the Bitscherland making videos about his area... He's like 23 and still spoke German as his mother tongue as a kid. This guy is a typical example: he's with a German girlfriend and now lives in Mainz.

(There is this phenomenon that the more Nordish one is, the more likely to be a wigger and a social conformist. There would be a lot to say about that (the social conformism needs of the ethnic Germans - can't think by themselves, just follow the trend. That's why the peasants remained Germans while the elites were French/Welsch)).

Sorry about this, it's pathetic, but you can always turn the sound off :D :


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXPYsMUzbpA


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KebS49yfGO8


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9kxkOD47kw

schwab
Monday, November 26th, 2018, 03:49 AM
Thanks.
I did not know that KARL was still around. I used to follow him. Thanks for the links.
My father who was an educator always said that the Elsaessers don't know want they want. He compared them to the Hans im.....They have been pushed around too many times and lost willpower for change.

Dr Hns m Schnokeloch ht lles ws er wll,
Un ws er ht, ds wll er nt,
Un ws er wll, ds ht er nt,
Dr Hns m Schnokeloch ht lles ws er wll.

Dr Hns m Schnokeloch sajt lles ws er wll,
Un ws er sajt, ds dankt er nt,
Un ws er dankt, ds sajt er nt,
Dr Hns m Schnokeloch sajt lles ws er wll.

Dr Hns m Schnokeloch kt lles ws er wll,
Un ws er kt, ds mcht er nt,
Un ws er mcht, gerot m nt,
Dr Hns m Schnokeloch kt lles ws er wll.

Dr Hns m Schnokeloch det lles ws er wll,
Un ws er det, ds soll er nt,
Un ws er soll, ds det er nt,
Dr Hns m Schnokeloch det lles ws er wll.

Dr Hns m Schnokeloch geht hna wo er wll,
Un wo er sch, do blibt er nt,
Un wo er blibt, do gfllt's hm nt,
Dr Hns m Schnokeloch geht hna wo er wll.

Dr Hns m Schnokeloch, dar ht vum Lawe gne,
Un lawe, sait er, knn nt,
Un starwe, sait er, wll nt,
Ar hopst s em Fanschter ns un kunnt ins Nrrehs.

Ahnenerbe
Monday, December 10th, 2018, 02:33 AM
Just for the record, there are some people putting up a heroic last stand in Moselle: Parti des Mosellans / Partei der Mosellothringer (https://www.57pdm.org/fr/)

https://www.facebook.com/57PDM/


I've long thought, an easy definitive, durable solution for Alsace-Moselle would be (or have been) to expel all German-looking French into Alsace-Moselle, and expel all French-looking Germans into it as well.

That way the French Nordids would have had to assimilate into the official mainstream German culture, and after a generation of two would be full-fledged Germans (Nordids always conform to the mainstream culture, so that would have been easy).

While the French-looking Germans would have infused and anchored German culture in the area, while being naturally being more compatible to the situation, due to their Welsch blood (which necessarily influences their character to an extent).

As a result, France would be deprived of its Nordic blood, Germany would release itself of its Med blood and Alsace-Moselle would be firmly anchored to the Germanic world.

The Germans could have done it from 1870 on, since they had vanquished the French. But racial policies had not yet reached awareness in the political/governmental circles of the time.

It doesn't has to be done through forced deportation though. It can be done simply by giving a life-long tax exemption to anyone fitting the racial criteria on both sides and who wants to move there. Or any other types of fiscal incentives. If you talk to people through their wallet, you can make all this happen painlessly. The Third Reich made the mistake to regermanize too quickly and by force, which just ruffled the feathers of the locals and made it harder in the end - they wanted to make it happen in 10 years, while it would more realistically take about 30 years).

This could in theory still be done one day by an independent Alsace-Moselle government, within a Europe of the Regions.

schwab
Monday, December 10th, 2018, 03:59 AM
"This could in theory still be done one day by an independent Alsace-Moselle government, within a Europe of the Regions."

.........and that is the way to go............

Thank you..........