Adolf Hitler “The Evil” - Helmar Neubacher - ebook
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Neubacher makes to a subject of discussion the "Evil" in the former "Fuehrer" of the German people and moreover gives answers to up this day unanswered Questions: - What consequences on Hitler's life did the bite of the "Billy Goat of Leonding" into the genitals of the then nine year old "Adi" have? - What influence did Hitler's "Youth Years in Vienna" have on his personal development towards becoming Germany's "Fuehrer", as mankind knows him today? - Where does Hitler's unfathomable hatred and unrestrained will destruction of Jews and everyone who didn't follow his opinion come from? - Why, how and under which circumstances did his so dearly loved niece"Geli" Raubal die? Into the scene of action, the author skillfully integrates a highly intelligent species on a "far distant Earth", which is observing the entire events on the Earth of the Humans with greatest of interest, without however intervening directly - and yet the millions of light years distant observers of the terrible happenings about Adolf Hitler show us - what they look like - what feats they are capable of, resulting from their overwhelming technology. As a kind of gift they also solve the age-old secret of the origin of life on our earth and tell us people where we come from. Towards the end of the book, the author draws up a "scenario of terror": H.Neubacher shows, how the then "Fuehrer" of the Germans nearly had managed by a hair's breath and without transition, in the year 1943 to provoke a 3rd World War from the 2nd World War and to cover the entire Earth with the fire of war. This novel was written in honour of a nearly unknown soldier of the 3rd Reich. The insignificant lance corporal Eugen Wasner in 1943 told his comrades on the Eastern Front the story of "The bite of the Billy Goat of Leonding". He, Wasner, was present at the juvenile foul deed, when his school friend "Adi" urinated into the animal's mouth. The Chancellor and Warlord Hitler terribly punished Wasner for his spreading of this story from childhood days. But the revenge of the abused animal kept catching up with the mighty "Fuehrer" loke a poetic justice, again and again dring his entire life. The Chancellor and Warlord Hitler terribly punished Wasner for his spreading of this story from childhood days. But the revenge of the abused animal kept catching up with the mighty "Fuehrer" loke a poetic justice, again and again dring his entire life. A thrilling book, which in the form of a novel, follows the historic event

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Helmar Neubacher, born on the 6th of April, 1940, in Sakuten, District of Memel, formerly Germany

Director of Studies (retired)

Graduate Engineer for marine engineering – Qualification CI. Deployment on all oceans and from engineer-assistant to chief engineer

University degree: Instructor for trade and industry with the subjects metal- and machine engineering and social sciences with special focus on political science

Subsequently: Technical instructor and coordinator at vocational education institutions as well as head of technical seminars for teachers with practical aspect work

Publications so far:

Adolf Hitler »Das Böse«

– eine Kindersünde mit schwerwiegenden Folgen

ISBN: 978-3-8448-8977-2

CHEOPS-PYRAMIDE

gebaut mit den eigenen BARKEN

Lösung des Jahrtausendrätsels:

MASCHINEN des HERODOT + KRAFT des WASSERS

ISBN-13: 978-3-8370-6236-6

Das RAD des PHARAO

7 Vorbedingungen für den Bau der Cheops-Pyramide

DER BAU BEGINNT

ISBN: 978-3-8370-2310-7

VERMÄCHTNIS des HERODOT

zum Bau der

CHEOPS-PYRAMIDE

Jahrtausende altes Mysterium gelüftet:

100.000 Mann – Hydrostatik – 230 Steinhebemaschinen

ISBN: 978-3-8391-1486-5

PRINZESSIN DER HERZEN

– ein Drama im Spiegel der Galaxien

ISBN: 978-3-8423-5222-3

WIR DAS VOLK – Bruch der Schere zwischen Arm und Reich – eine Streitschrift

ISBN: 9 783744855631

The story told in this book has been randomly invented. The plot does, however, follow historical, actual events. The reference to the acting, mostly non-fictional persons is deliberate.

Even Though it is a novel, the plot of the book closely follows events from the time of round about 1918 to 1945, in which Adolf Hitler took power and decided the fate of the German people as from 1933.

To document the nearness of the plot in this book to the historical environment, some quotes are used, even though this is not common practice in a novel.

Resemblance with still living or already deceased persons is merely coincidental.

Exempted from this are the following Persons, all being contemporary witnesses:

Adolf Hitler, Rudolf Heß, Herrmann Göring, Joseph Goebbels,

Albert Speer, Wilhelm Keitel, Martin Bormann,

Heinrich Himmler, Eva Braun, Frau Winter, Heinrich Hoffmann,

Angela Maria »Geli« Raubal, Angela Raubal, Ernst Röm,

Gregor Strasser, Otto Strasser.

Eugen Wasner, Bruno Kneisel, Dietrich Güstrow (alias: Dietrich Wilde), General von Hase, Judge General

Dr. Rosenkranz, Prof. Dr. Müller-Hess.

August Kubizek, Stefanie Isak, Aneliese Zakreys, Dr. Bloch,

Prof. Hermann Toppa, Michael Watschinger,

Prof. Leopold Pötsch.

President Mobuto Sese Seko.

Open Letter to the following Embassies

Embassy of the Russian Federation

Unter den Linden 63-65

10117 Berlin

and

Embassy of the State of Israel in Berlin

Auguste-Viktoria-Strasse 74

14193 Berlin

Your Excellencies,

in the book presented some very slanderous terms of the time, in which Adolf Hitler was Chancellor of the German Reich or on his way there, are used.

I, the author, a former vocational instructor of the state of Lower Saxony in Germany, and I clearly dissociate myself from the “extremely evil terms” of those times, which solely are to the purpose of the subject of the content of the book.

Even though I, too, have lost my home in »Memelland«, today Lithuania, by the ill-fated 2. World War, I fully agree to the statement of the former President of the Federal Republic of Germany Richard von Weizäcker, who in a general sense said, that the »Victorious Powers« had liberated the German people from the »Monster Hitler« and his »willing helpers«.

The 8th of May 1945, the day of the end of the war, in a speech to the 40th anniversary of the Federal Republic of Germany was called the »Day of Liberation«, because the German people were freed from the contemptuous system of national-socialist despotism.

Yours faithfully

Helmar Neubacher, Author

Contents

The »Evil« –

The moulding of Adolf Hitler‘s character

Army Military Court Berlin 1943 –

The trial of Hitler’s schoolfriend Eugen Wasner concerning insult of the »Fuehrer«

Awakening and Recognition –

Lance Corporal Wasner sees his schoolfriend »Adi« demasked as the absolute evil

The »Why« of Wars –

The viewpoint of the many millions of years old people of the »Toranians« on a far distant »Earth«

(Author’s first person narrative)

The Guillotine and the Angel of Death are already waiting

Lance corporal Wasner sees the grotesque face of Hitler between dream and reality

Trials and Tribulations –

The 2.5 million lightyears distant »Toranians« solve the secret of incarnation

(Author’s first person narrative)

»Vienna Stories« of a Youth –

Adolf Hitler at the age of 17/18 in his mind already »Fuehrer« of the world

Visiting the Jewish Prostitute Rebecca –

»Adi’s« first amorous adventure comes to a fiasco and triggers his hate of Jews and enmity towards women

Hitler and his Niece »Geli« –

The love-crazed Hitler and the clever girl from Linz

Operation »Flight of the Swallow« (Schwalbenflug) –

The death sentence for »Geli« Raubal

The Murderers are coming –-

The end of Hitler’s niece »Geli«

The Escalation of »Evil« –

The highly developed people of the »Toranians« in the Andromeda galaxy anticipate the danger of a 3rd World War on the Earth of humans in 1944/45

(Author’s first person narrative)

Loss of Homeland –

The scourge of war drives a completely innocent child of 4 years of age from the German Memel Territory in 1944/45

Special remark to the author’s

“Author’s first person narrative”

It may, in the beginning, irritate the reader that with the help of an artificial character in three chapters of the book, descriptions, analyses and evaluations about the events around the dictator Adolf Hitler are given. With this “operation” the author reserves for himself with a so-called “Author’s first person narrative” the sovereignty of interpretation over the events mentioned.

Especially the alarming events around the former “Fuehrer” of the Germans can now be assessed from the point of view of a millions of years old people.

The name of the artificial character is “Immo” – a history student of the Toranian people who live 2.5 million light years distant from us humans on a” Far away Earth” (see also pp.11,13).

Remark: In the opinion of the author, this book is not suitable for children.

The »Evil« –

The moulding of Adolf Hitler‘s character

“Who were you, Adolf Hitler?

What were you?

Were you a human being, were you a monster or just merely a human »monster«?

Why were you, Adolf Hitler, so terribly »evil«, that there could be no enhancement for the word »evil« anymore?”

That is a question which in the past many authors and film makers tried to pursue, without delivering satisfactory answers.

The here present book also makes a topic of the »evil« in the former »Fuehrer« of the Germans, combined with the intention of lifting the »veil of anonymity« just a little bit, of the man who achieved within only twelve years to bring such endless suffering over the peoples of the world.

Army Military Court Berlin 1943 –

The trial of Hitler’s schoolfriend Eugen Wasner concerning insult of the »Fuehrer«

“You are a scoundrel, because only a scoundrel can behave as rotten as that!

In the extremely difficult and tense situation in which our homeland in August of 1943 finds itself, you stab our whole people in the back – the German people, to which you, at least to this day, belong! You are not only doing it by so called critical comments, but veritably in a mendacious and sadistic way. You stab the man in the back who, in an actually heroic battle untiringly makes heads against the Bolsheviks from the East and the warmongers from the West.

Precisely in the moment of a phase in which the commander in chief of our armed forces – father of our great Arian people – needs every, and be it ever so little, support from every German subject, in this moment of a heroic battle, you, as a soldier under oath, do not stand behind your commander in chief. You are breaking your oath as a soldier by revoking your obedience and insulting our supreme commander in a most malicious way.

You do not, with all your might, support your Supreme Commander, but you dare to denigrate our beloved »Fuehrer« in a most miserable way − and the despicable part of it is:

You chose a really ghostly,

mendacious story

You, the accused, are a scoundrel! That I have to tell you personally before the beginning of the trial, you, who has sullied our holy military tunic.

You have thereby also insulted your former comrades to the utmost who in self-sacrificing are fighting at all fronts at risk of their lives to achieve the final victory.

Do not hope for sympathy, accused,

may the just wrath of the German people

come upon you!

You insidious, despicable scoundrel!

Long live our »Fuehrer«! Heil Hitler! − The trial is opened!”

…..”I, Immo, a boy living on the planet »Tora«, more than two million light years distant1 from the earth of the humans, am stunned and put off , because it is indeed really quite something, how the judge general as chairman proceeds against the accused – and that even before the actual trial before the Central Military Court in Berlin has begun.

Hereto I do have to firstly introduce myself to the honoured reader: My name is Imhotep, but am called Immo. I am a boy at the age of 7500 years – measured in human years – who finds himself in a longstanding university course.

For the subject history I have for the beginning chosen the recent past, in which the dictator Adolf Hitler moved the fate of the German people on Earth I (see plan in Illustration 1). It began slowly creeping in 1919 after World War I, proceeded through the 1920s, increased in intensity in the 1930s to come to an abrupt conclusion at its climax in 1945.

Some of my readers may already know me from my novel »Princess of Hearts – a Drama as seen in the View of the Galaxies« (German only).

For those readers who do not yet know me, may the following short explanation be added: We on »Tora« are a very intelligent people with a history of development of many millions of years. We call our home planet Earth IV. Earth IV and Earth III (planet of the »Kerstakians«) are situated within the Andromeda-Galaxy. Earth II, the one of the »Keranians«, and Earth I, that of the Humans, lie outside of our galaxy in their own solar systems and over two million light years distant from us »Toranians« (Illus. 1).

…… one of millions of star formations in the infinite vastness of space……

Illus. 1 Plan − depiction of the Andromeda-Galaxy and the position of four planets, all bearing the name Earth – after a concept of the author.

The planet »Tora« cannot be recognized from the two far distant Earths with the naked eye. But the huge star cluster − the Andromeda Galaxy – may be seen with the naked eye from Earth I and Earth II, despite the gigantic distances.

We »Toranians« have found out, that only these four planets exist in all of space – four celestial bodies, orbiting one or more suns, with comparable external conditions.

It is really astounding, that we have found no further earth-like structures. After all, there is, all in all, an infinite number of celestial bodies in space.

On the Earth of the Humans a wise man once said that one could estimate the approximate number, if one would count all the grains of sand that there are in the deserts, on the beaches, and on the sea beds and on the land masses – then you would have the approximate number. We »Toranians« have to praise that man with his audacious ideas, because with his comparison to grains of sand he comes very close to the actual number of all stars, planets, satellites and the rest of the celestial bodies.

The four planets shown in Illustration 1, distinguish themselves thereby that on their surfaces similar conditions prevail concerning atmosphere, oxygen, water, gravity, climate etc., thus ensuring that, in the furthest sense, there can exist »anthropoid beings«, animals and plants, too.

I will come back to the point later why Humans are in such a special way interesting to us »Toranians«.

So that you have, honoured reader, a certain picture of our looks, I will add two small sketches of my mother and myself (Illus. 2).

You will probably be astonished of the fact, that we »Toranians« are much prettier than you might expect from the many imaginative drawings and films about aliens. In the imagination of Humans there prevails the presumption that we resemble monsters, just like Humans describe the inhabitants of Mars.

We are certainly an infinite distant species, but insect antlers, predator-like jaws and parts of body that remind you of complicated screw connections, you will not find on us.

Admittedly, we are a bit small, compared to the body size of humans and of the »Keranians«, too. But when you, honoured reader, realize that here every normal child can run the »100 metres« in 3.9 seconds, then we »little ones« are once again very »big«!

I am sitting here in front of my huge plasma TV-screen and am receiving in a matter of seconds pin-sharp pictures of the Earth of the humans, multi-dimensional before my eye and thus perceived perfectly three-dimensional.

Illus. 2 Immo, a boy from the planet »Tora« (left) and his mother (right) – after a concept of the author.

− the height of body of the grown-ups is about 95cm.

In this case it is about an important historical document of a court trial from days already gone by, that has been recalled into the present especially for me. I will now follow the progress of the trial most exactly, and then draw the necessary conclusions for my studies of history.”…..

Before the Central Military Court in Berlin, the Lance Corporal Eugen Wasner, once a school friend of Adolf Hitler’s, has to face responsibility in autumn of 1943 – under the threat of being sentenced to death.

And that the accused has nothing good to expect, is again clear at the beginning of the trial in the expression and gesture of those present: Frosty, rejecting and really punishing stares, marked by arrogance and superiority literally go right through him. One can feel the lethal threat coming forth from the side of the command of the court.

“Has the verdict already been passed even before the beginning of the trial?”, this question is forced upon the observer.

Meanwhile the accused is sitting slumped in a heap on a bench. He makes a miserable figure, compared with the people on the raised judges’ rostrum all actually bristling with brass. On a second, small bench there sits his counsel for the defence in a black robe − flipping through the pages of a thick folder which is in front of him on a tiny table.

The two arms-bristling petty officers are standing immediately behind the accused and his counsel. The machine pistols before their chests, the smart uniforms and their void, absolutely expressionless faces have something threatening coming forth from them. The guards are decorated with the Iron Cross First Class which they are wearing quite conspicuously. One gets the impression that they are not only keeping the accused under surveillance, but his lawyer as well.

“Is the counsel of the defence even at the beginning of the trial to be put under pressure?”

The two arms bristling petty officers are possibly being singled out from the mass of their colleagues. It would certainly be some kind of a military honour to be taking part in this trial.

The accused is of small stature – slender. His uniform has been taken from him and he was stuck into a much too large pair of dungarees. The jacket, too, is much oversize, but allows the view on a light-green jail shirt closed at the neck, which really doesn’t seem to fit to the dirty grey, lightly striped flapping dress.

The accused appears totally intimidated. Three months of solitary confinement in the military remand prison in Berlin-Spandau, completely isolated from the world around him, have left their marks. The just on fifty-year-old has deeply engraved wrinkles which enhance his worried expression. Large black rims under the eyes give witness that this man hasn’t slept properly for nearly one hundred days and probably hadn’t been supplied with all too ample food either. Oversized bald spots of hair receding at the temples amplify the picture of someone mentally worn down.

Detention full of privation is already showing its immense results. The emaciated face and the hanging shoulders and bent back clearly signal:

“I am afraid and I am so terribly alone and altogether helpless against the power of the judges!”

And as if wishing to hope for just a tiny bit of understanding as to the situation of his person, the accused dares a timid gaze around. There are also sitting two writers who are taking everything down for the record, and a third soldier operating a tape-recorder.

In the centre of the event, however, there stand the absolutely grimly looking Judge General as chairman, two army judges as assessors and the court martial senior civil servant as counsel for the prosecution.

Strangely enough, at this moment the accused is not looking in the direction of these four men, but like dumbfounded on a point to their right.

He now begins to shiver, even though it is comfortably warm in the court room. Does the accused actually recognize the danger as not coming from the front but from further to the right?

Exactly; here he sees two men who are not real − who are not sitting there – but still these two people are gaining more and more clearness and distinctness to the accused, weakened and shaken with cold shivers.

“It is from there that the actual attack on me, an unimportant petty lance corporal, comes from. Those two are the dangerous opponents, not the chairman and his three »colleagues of the court«!” he makes his own situation clear to himself.

Eugen Wasner keeps his eyes fixed on that ominous spot with the imaginary men to the right of the people leading the court proceedings.

Now he sees them quite clearly and he recognizes them, too: The personal aide-de-camp of Field Marshal Keitel and his orderly.

Both are looking gravely and nearly sadly towards the accused – if only their look wasn’t so piercing. Their officers’ uniforms hung with insignias of rank and medals make them appear huge and overpowering, as in contrast to the inconspicuous accused in his minuteness.

Here the comparison is forced upon you of a huge tiger who has planted himself in front of a tiny little fawn which is shaking with fear and whose weak, spindly legs are just about to cave in.

This comparison with the overpowering tiger, bursting with strength, may well be fitting, because a heavy chain of steel which ties the feet makes a out of the accused a being comparable to the totally intimidated fawn.

On the one side, the bloodthirsty, superior tiger – on the other side the tiny fawn which seems to consist of nothing but oversized, fearful brown eyes − a last call for its mother!

The accused flinches, actually starts: The aide-de-camp of Field Marshal Keitel has suddenly disappeared and so has his orderly!

Eugen Wasner rubs his eyes – unbelievable, he can see neither of them any more.

“I am dreaming or already hallucinating – a mirage in the court room?”, Wasner murmurs hardly audible.

“Look this way, accused, and stop that talking! Here is where it’s at! Or aren’t you even interested in what is happening in court? After all, we are all here only because of you! I am herewith calling you to order!”, the voice of the chairman is heard.

The court experienced soldier-jurist has not missed the mental drifting away of the accused. He can’t sort it out completely, but he has often experienced the dreaming of the accused, especially in a case about life and death.

“Frequently theses criminals aren’t here anymore, but withdraw from reality and are already in the dream-world of their future”, the Judge General thinks to himself, while nodding his head as if to agree to himself.

“I am hallucinating”, Wasner repeats to himself, but now without moving his lips. No wonder with all that nervous tension and the poor state he is in.

Only yesterday the lawyer had told his client the incredible:

“Field Marshal Keitel has intervened into the pending trial!”

The to lawyer Güstrow well known Judge General Rosencrantz, who is Supreme Judge of the Military Court at the headquarters of the city commander in Berlin, General von Hase, had confided this to Mr. Güstrow. Because of his absolutely outstanding position, Rosencrantz was informed about these, nevertheless top secret, internal matters.

“An extremely threatening Situation!”, Eugen Wasner realizes his personal situation, in which even his last hopes begin to dwindle.

Just like the tiny fawn he wishes to call for his mother – but where is the mother of the accused? She would of course be consoling support even by her mere presence.

The Mother, Mrs. Wasner, was certainly not permitted to attend. The public is, as common in such cases, excluded − Reason: Jeopardizing of national security!

“Just as well that the Judge General Rosencrantz gave the information to my lawyer on condition of absolute secrecy − good to know where the actual danger for me arises from – but so terribly alarming, too, in its irrefutable consequence:

My school friend Adolf Hitler wants my head!”

“There – there they are again, Field Marshal Keitel’s the two »observers to the trial«, the accused murmurs and is no longer surprised by their repeated appearance before his mind’s eye, and not as alarmed as before either.

Eugen Wasner can see the two persons quite clearly once again, because he is staring, as he did before, on the hallucination to the right of the presiding judge.

And the two »observers to the trial« assume, of course, a really murderous predominance. They are the recipients of orders of the Field Marshal, who at this time resides in the Headquarters of the Armed Forces, at present in Rastenburg/Eastern Prussia.

In the immediate vicinity of the headquarters, too, is Adolf Hitler.

To there, to the infamous »Wolf’s Lair«, Keitel has to report, and from there the known to be weak-willed General gets his orders, because, in the meantime, Hitler has advanced to be Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces.

So it wasn’t really surprising, that Keitel − by order of Hitler – had already before the beginning of the trial, given the explicit order to the Central Military Court, to demand the sentence of death for Eugen Wasner. Moreover he pressed to expedite the course of the trial, because a fast end of the trial was demanded by the »highest of places«.

Keitel expressed himself absolutely annoyed about the fact that the counsel for the prosecution had found it necessary, to ask for a medical certificate about the mental state of the accused, which had then been drawn up after urgent reasoning for the petition by Lawyer Güstrow.

…..”I, Immo, am speechless – and my father can’t find any words either! He has already been standing behind me for some time, his eyes riveted to the screen of the huge plasma TV – far away from the events happening on the earth of the humans and for both of us, via the TV screen, so very close – just as if my father and I, his son, were sitting in the court room in Berlin-Spandau.

Especially for him it is totally incomprehensible what is happening there in that lawsuit in 1943. For my father on »Tora« the events on that earth are, however, of immense interest.

›You see, my son, from the point of view of a soldier – and I, too, am a four-star-general – an intervention of that kind by the »Fuehrer« Adolf Hitler and his Field Marshal Keitel should be absolutely impossible to occur – in a pending trial.

You’ll see, my son, that Hitler is going to kill poor Wasner with his »long arm« via the court. He is murdering his school friend with whom he grew up and spent his childhood in the same place.

Soon you’ll get, my son, the surely still missing information as the trial is continued.

»Bloodthirsty Tiger and tiny, helpless fawn« – a really fitting comparison! Eugen Wasner is already lost!‹, my father, as an expert observer, makes his prediction”…..

The court room has whitewashed walls and is sparsely furnished with seats and has just a few tables. The only decoration is a black-and-white Photo of Adolf Hitler on the wall above the chairman – to the left, the swastika flag of the German Reich and to the right an epigram in black print:

WHAT IS JUST MUST STAY JUST!

The public is not permitted, as already mentioned.

Chairman:

“Accused, make your statement as to your person, stand up!”

And the accused explains in a soft voice, that his name is Eugen Wasner, was born in Leonding, formerly Austria, more than 50 years ago, and that he grew up with his now »Fuehrer« Adolf Hitler, had learnt the trade of an accountant and was drawn to the armed forces (the »Wehrmacht«) in 1940.

He had last served in a company of the infantry on the Eastern Front – and that moreover he regrets having told his comrades the »billy goat story«. It would never have come to his mind to insult or injure his former school friend and now »Fuehrer« and Chancellor of the German Reich. If this impression would have been got, he would like to apologize and ask forgiveness of the »Fuehrer«.

During his short statement, in which his voice comes to falter several times, the accused stands like a scarecrow, with bent back and on sandals that look like weird wooden slippers. Constantly he tries to pull up his much too big trousers, because they hadn’t left him with belt and braces. He absolutely makes a pitiful picture, contrasting the other persons in their smart, immaculate uniforms.

Chairman:

“The prosecutor of the »Wehrmacht« has the word, Court Martial Counselor Fersenstein.”

“Judge General, gentlemen assessor judges, lawyer. Before us there stands the accused Eugen Wasner. I have now already been counsel for the prosecution for five years, but as clearly as in this case, I have never experienced judicial circumstances.

Several times the accused has already behaved conspicuously, by openly contesting in front of his fighting comrades, the Final Victory.

Stirring war hatred it is called, when someone tries to destroy the courage of his soldier comrades in their battle against the »Russian Subhumans«. The superiors of the accused acted completely correctly and farsightedly to convey these facts to the next disciplinary military level. We owe special thanks to Reserve Lieutenant Meier for revealing this criminal offence.

Already being high treason in this case – to be punished with the death sentence – one can simply find no words for the »billy goat story« into which our beloved »Fuehrer« was drawn as a child of only nine years – absolutely absurd!

Were it, in normal times, that one could brush aside this story as having sprung from the »mind of an imbecile«, it is simply not possible in this phase of the war. Moreover, the medical testimonial of the senior surgeon of the Psychiatric Department at the University of Berlin, headed by Prof. Dr. Müller-Hess, proves that the accused is not insane and thus fully criminally liable!

Each and everyone present here has knowledge of this terribly defamatory story, which later I will read out again in full, without going into detail as of now. As the accused has already confessed on several occasions that he has to the deepest insulted and slandered our »Fuehrer«, the admission of guilt lies already before us − and the mentioned crimes call for the death penalty!

…..”I, Immo, am sitting on »Tora«, 2,000,000 light years away, but I am petrified with fright − just like the accused who is looking at his lawyer, seeking help. Expectant I am watching the continuing court trial.”…..

Chairman:

“Lawyer Güstrow, you have the word. Refer, however, only to the essential and spare us from insignificant deviations.”