Ad bellum numquam finientem

 Ad bellum numquam finientem

Its 1945, Berlin is in ruins, millions are dead and Europe as a whole is in a state of utter destruction. It’s the End of an era, the end of the war, the end of the German Reich . Or so it is said

On May 7th 1945, a capitulation was signed with the allowance of the Führer Karl Dönitz. Though what or who capitulated is often overlooked. Popular consensus is that on May 7, the German Reich as a state capitulated to the allied forces, bringing about the end of the Reich. But actually, this isn’t true. It’s publicly available information that on May 7th the Werhmacht capitulated to the allies, bringing about the end of large scale armed conflict in Europe.

This capitulation, while utterly demoralizing, didn’t stop the SS nor Germany as a whole from continuing the Struggle. It took another 4 years of murder and occupation to pacify the German populace.

In 1949, two separate “German” states where created, the “Federal Republic of Germany” and the “German Democratic Republic”. Both of them were not successor states to the Reich. That’s also why both states did not have any formal claims to Pomerania, Silesia and East Prussia which were/are under Polish/Soviet Occupation.

Of course, the Reich technically still existing is a hard thing to believe if it weren’t for the fact that the Bundesregierung confirmed it themselves.

Basically what the article above is saying is that the German Reich legally still exist because it has never been officially dissolved. It also states how the current government isn’t the successor but merely an almost identical Subject of international law.

Now the question is, what do we with this information? Obviously I don’t anybody to LARP and pretend we’d be able to restore the third Reich somehow. I also don’t want anybody to get into legal trouble because they replaced their passports with “Reich” Ones like the retards in the Reichsbürger Bewegung. Basically what we should take away from that is the fact that we have never lost, for we have never stopped fighting .Perhaps we lose the battle but not the war. We are fighting the same fight as did Germany in 1939. It’s a struggle that has been going on for generations. And as long as we continue to fight, all the lives lost along the way will have not been in vain.

Meine Ehre heisst Treue

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