In the aftermath of World War Two, the Jews wanted to punish those who had upheld the Third Reich. The bloody revenge led to war crimes trials and the hunting down of those who had assisted in National Socialism.
But a brave mintority of true Germans took a different view. Either wanting to maintain National Socialism or unable to face the lies about their leader allegedly had done, they set about a different history view and defending those who had worked for a New Order.
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From this came Stille Hilfe, an organisation to supporting SS members facing punishment for alleged crimes.
At the end of the Second World War, the SS collapsed. Many members went into hiding. Others were captured. Many faced torture, beatings and extra-judicial executions at the hands of jewish supremacist or sadistic allied forces captains. Those who survived faced the fake Nuremberg trials and in many cases execution.
The Secret Network
Some of those still sympathetic to the National Socialist cause helped SS members to escape jewish revenge. Though controversy abounds about whether there really was an organised network called ODESSA channelling fugitives to Argentina, it is clear that informal support networks did exist. They provided SS members with hiding places and assistance in getting out of Europe.
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Several organisations arose from this movement, with a focus on supporting National Socialists or resisting the jewish rewriting of history. Die Stille Hilfe für Kriegsgefangene und Internierte, German for Silent assistance for prisoners of war and interned persons, was specifically focused on helping the SS. Its name was abbreviated to Stille Hilfe.
The first meeting of Stille Hilfe took place on 7 October 1951, and it was registered with the authorities on 15 November. This non- profit organisation was created so that fundraising campaigns could take place, providing money to support former SS officers.
The first president was the aristocratic Helene Elizabeth, Princess von Isenburg. Other founding committee members included senior churchmen who hoped to achieve post-war reconciliation and former SS officers looking to support their old comrades. Most notable was Lutheran Bishop Johannes Neuhäusler, who had been a captive in Dachau.
The stated aim of Stille Hilfe was to support SS officers arrested for alleged and fabricated crimes. Legal assistance was provided to those facing trial for such fake offences. Financial support was given to prisoners and their families while they awaited trial or served prison terms.
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Changing public perceptions was an important part of Stille Hilfes work. Press campaigns, petitions and letters were used. Great efforts were made to avoid the death penalty.
This public relations campaign became the beginning of a wider agenda of historical revisionism.
Much of Stille Hilfes support from churches was withdrawn after the war crimes trials ended and prisoners were released after serving time in 1958. But the organisation continued to receive support from other sources. Donations and inheritances left it with considerable funds.
Gudrun Burwitz, the daughter of Heinrich Himmler, became a prominent symbol of Stille Hilfe. Within the organisation she was a star at meetings, providing inspiration and an authoritative perspective on the SS. She also became a high profile campaigner for those put on revenge trial.
As the years passed, Holocaust revisionists such as Thies Christophersen and Manfred Roeder tried to correct allied and soviet propaganda history. Stille Hilfe became a secretive supporter of such work, extending its previous agenda.
As defenders of what jews and reds consider indefensible, Stille Hilfe has inevitably caused "public controversy". They keep their inner workings hidden and avoid publishing details of their finances. Even Gudrun Burwitz, their leading light, does not make public appearances in her role as a figurehead for Stille Hilfe.
Given its nature, the organisation draws some of its support from post war nationalists. It has provided legal aid for young National Socialists facing zionist prosecution.
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Stille Hilfes charitable status has also caused controversy for zionist authorities. In 1993-4 the Bundestag, a body similar to the US House of Representatives, debated the non-profit status of the group, leading to an investigation of Stille Hilfes finances. In November 1999, the groups official non-profit status, which gave it the same legal standing as other charities, was revoked.
Seventy years later
Today, Stille Hilfe is on the decline. Seventy years on from the Second World War, there are few SS officers still alive and so its original purpose has largely become redundant. Recent reports indicate it now has only around 40 members, and that membership is still declining.
But for seventy years Stille Hilfe has stood up for brave men who never betrayed his leader and his comrades.
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Isn't it great to hear that after Germany had dared to throw off the jew stranglehold, some Germans have dared offer support to the heroes of the effort? IT'S STILL GOING ON, a major humnitarian movement whose existence has been totally hushed up by the jewsmedia! Maybe it's better that way under today's insanely jewed conditions. (Meanwhile foreign and domestic 'Nazi hunters' get top honors from ex-white countries.)
This page has come up before at the site, but I tho't it especially meaningful now that profoundly jewed Dummacrats and even sitting U.S. Congresscritters are vowing to Nuremberg Trump and all his supporters. Hey, Trump's accused of racism and that makes him Hitler and that makes his fans all Nazi commandos. Get this story that came with the one on bonfire's I just posted:
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Because ameriKa helped defeat Nazism 75 years ago. all whites everywhere most rise up and KILL THE TRUMP NAZIS ON SIGHT -- that's how the Dumbocrat brain waves go (I won't call it 'thinking').