In an article posted on September 30, 2023, our friends at Heritage and Destiny published the story of the Rudolf Hess memorial stone near Glasgow, an Asian Marxist lawyer, and subversion in Spain. A more in-depth post on the same subject was published simultaneously on the Real History website, run by H&D web master Peter Rushton.
Colin Jordan, the founder of the British Movement, was intimately involved in the erection of a memorial to Rudolf Hess and his peace flight. The following video of CJ speaking about the memorial, and the reaction of Hess’s family, is from the British Movement archives.
On May 10, 1941, Rudolf Hess, the Deputy Führer of Germany, secretly flew alone from Augsburg and landed by parachute in Scotland with peace proposals. He had believed that a ‘peace party’ determined to oust Churchill (led by the Duke of Hamilton, the Duke of Kent, or King George himself) had summoned him for serious peace talks.
“Rudolf Hess did not “escape” from Germany. He came as a winged messenger of peace.”Colin Jordan
Hess, a known Anglophile, had in fact been lured to Britain by the British Secret Service, which had no interest in peace. Britain had allied itself with Stalin, the mass murderer of his own people. Churchill had twisted, turned and plotted for years to engineer war with Germany. In fact, his whole financial future depended on the outcome.
The H&D/Real History article featured one Aamer Anwar, the man who led the gang of Trotskyite vandals who smashed the memorial stone using sledgehammers. Anwar was one of the main organisers of the ‘Anti-Nazi League’, which was founded and led by the UK’s Socialist Workers Party. In Gothic Ripples – Colin Jordan’s political & ideological archive – he told the story of the vandalism.
“November 18, 1993 and onto a field at Floors Farm, Eaglesham, some 15 miles south of Glasgow, Scotland, came persons carrying leaflets, placards and paint. Their objective was an engraved, upright stone, placed there some months before by veteran National Socialist Tom Graham with the permission of the farmer, Craig Baird.
Followed, as prearranged, by a television crew, the hate-filled vandals of 1993 proceeded to daub the memorial with paint and then plaster it with leaflets. After a pause for media attention to their handiwork, they came to their climax as shown on Scottish Television’s news programme the same evening.
Their Asian leader, Anwar Aamer, West of Scotland organizer of the Anti-Nazi League (ANL), a communist front organisation devoted to violence, took up a sledge hammer and proceeded to smash to pieces the memorial to the visitor of 1941. The next day the Scottish Daily Record published on its page 7 a photograph of this “hero of the hammer” in his act of destruction.
Despite this irrefutable evidence of criminal responsibility, Tories, Reds and other sections of the Old Order immediately closed ranks to protect Anwar and his accomplices, and mendaciously to defame the man who those five decades ago flew alone across the wartime sky to try and stop the brothers’ war between Britain and Germany.
Lured by the stratagems of the British Secret Service, serving a regime intent, not on peace, but on exploiting him in the war of revenge against his country. Rudolf Hess was then subjugated to 46 years behind bars before finally being done to death in a fake “suicide” plot in Spandau Prison, Berlin in 1987 to silence him forever from disclosing the truth behind his arrival at Floors Farm.”
May 18, 2013 by thunor14.
The Final Statement Of Rudolf Hess – Nurnberg 31 August 1946
“I was permitted to work for many years of my life under the greatest son whom my people has brought forth in its thousand-year history. Even if I could, I would not want to erase this period of time from my existence. I am happy to know that I have done my duty as a German, as a National Socialist, as a loyal follower of my Führer. I do not regret anything.
If I were to begin all over again, I would act just as I have acted, even if I knew that in the end I should meet a fiery death at the stake. No matter what human beings may do, I shall some day stand before the judgement seat of the Eternal. I shall answer to Him and I know He will judge me innocent.”
Anwar and his team are featured in a BBC iPlayer documentary called ‘The Firm’, highlighting his work of criminal defence, mainly against ‘racism’ and the British state. Premiered on Oct 16 2023, the BBC described Anwar as ‘an award-winning legal powerhouse’, who’s built his reputation on fighting for the underdog.
Top Image: Public Domain.
Middle Image: The Rudolf Hess Memorial. Colin Jordan.
Lower Image: Anwar speaking to a pro-independence rally in Catalonia, 2018 – Òmnium Cultural, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons.
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