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Rid of the Valkyries: Jewish Subversion of Nordic Traditions and Lore

Edda

Somewhere in America, a well-meaning mother is reading her daughter a bedtime story about a Valkyrie, perhaps thinking because it deals with Northern European mythology that it will foster in her child an intellectual curiosity about the old world, its folkways, its splendors, and its epic past. Unfortunately, the bedtime story is Edda: A Little Valkyrie’s First Day of School, and its author is a cultural Marxist Jew from Brooklyn named Adam Auerbach.

Published last year by Macmillan, the picture book tells the story of Edda, “the littlest Valkyrie”, who lives with her blond and red-haired folk in the magical land of Asgard. Poor little Edda feels unfulfilled and limited by continuing to live among her own kind, so her father, who is “very wise”, enrolls her in a public school where she can mingle with other races.

Adam Auerbach

Adam Auerbach

Auerbach depicts Edda walking into a classroom peopled with multicolored students. Propped up on a bookshelf to Edda’s left as she enters is a book with the title Myth, with a picture of Edda’s father on the cover. The meaning of this detail is that she has now been initiated into the real world, where citizens come in all shapes and shades, and everything is relative. The thanks the “very wise” patriarch receives for sending his daughter to this state indoctrination facility is that he will be represented to her as a false ideal.

Edda, who is shown misbehaving in class, throwing a book on the floor, knocking over her chair, and defiantly perching on top of her desk, must learn to be accommodating of those who are different. She must stand in line behind students of other races to get a drink at the water fountain or go for a ride on the playground slide. Eventually a juvenile romance buds between Edda and one of her Lahteeno classmates, guaranteeing that Edda’s “very wise” father has only succeeded in flushing his bloodline down the roach-infested commode of a system of multicultural mythology1.

The author, according to the publisher’s website, “was inspired to create Edda while listening to Richard Wagner’s ‘Ring Cycle,’ a series of operas based on Norse mythology. Adam has always loved the stories of the rugged Norse gods and monsters.” His children’s book, however, merely conveys his thinly disguised hostility toward Europeans, whom he would clearly prefer to see dispersing themselves through dysgenic mating. In this way Auerbach expresses his Jewishness.

Leah Garrett

Leah Garrett

Jews have traditionally felt threatened by Germanic myths and legends and have done what they can to undermine the ethnic pride represented by these cultural forms. Leah Garrett, Loti Smorgon Research Professor of Contemporary Jewish Life and Culture at Monash University, addresses this in her essay “Sabotaging the Text: Tannhauser in the Works of Heine, Wagner, Herzl, and Peretz”, in which she writes that, “The line of cultural evolution of the Tannhauser myth is particularly interesting because […] it shows how even the work of an antisemite [sic] can become a tool for Jewish cultural cohesion.”2 Each phase of the development of the Tannhauser mythos as reiterated by Jews, she goes on,

reflects a moment in the transmission of ideas and shows how Jewish thinkers work with the products of the culture that surround them and adjust them to fit their needs. As they reintroduce the cultural product back into society, it moves to the next actor in the line of transmission. The Tannhauser text, as an expression of German folklore, is sabotaged and subverted by Heine, Herzl, and Peretz in such a way that Germanic elements are satirized, suppressed, or replaced with Judaic elements.3

Garrett notes how Heinrich Heine, a Jew, inserts toilet humor into the narrative of his 1836 poem “Der Tannhauser”:

Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Heine

The poem keeps intact much of the plot of the original medieval ballad while adding a humorous ending that transplants Tannhauser to contemporary Germany. Like many German romantics, the Tannhauser legend “cast a spell” on Heine, yet rather than using the myth to romanticize Germany, Heine subverted the original by having the poem shift in the latter half to a ribald and humorous account of Tannhauser’s travels through Europe:

In Dresden I saw a poor old dog

Who’d made quite a stir in his youth;

But now he can only bark and piss,

Having lost his one last tooth.4

ThorOne can almost imagine such dreck being recited for comic relief in the conferences of the Allied war planners as they hatched their plans to really reduce Dresden to such a state. Heine, however, like Auerbach and so many others after him, was only doing what Jews have done to their hosts for centuries in realizing what Dr. Kevin MacDonald has termed the Culture of Critique. Yesterday it was toothless hounds urinating on German culture; today it is Marvel’s post-op “Thor” turning mudshark and smooching with “Captain America”. What so intimidates the Jews about pagan Germanic civilization that necessitates its subversion and degradation? Let readers find this out for themselves and restore the idols to their pedestals.

Rainer Chlodwig von Kook

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_vjgQ-o3AM

Endnotes

  1. Auerbach, Adam. Edda: A Little Valkyrie’s First Day of School. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2014 [unpaginated].
  2. Garrett, Leah. “Sabotaging the Text: Tannhauser in the Works of Heine, Wagner, Herzl, and Peretz”. Jewish Social Studies 9, no. 1 (Fall 2002), p. 34.
  3. Ibid., p. 35.
  4. Ibid., pp. 35-36.
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30 comments on “Rid of the Valkyries: Jewish Subversion of Nordic Traditions and Lore

  1. icareviews
    November 21, 2015

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  3. Hipster Racist
    November 21, 2015

    Richard Wagner

    Even I know that Jews hate Wagner. In fact it’s such a stereotype it was even in the Woody Allen movie.

    From your description it’s patently obvious what this is, “little racist shiksa learns her lesson,” and it’s patently obvious what the author’s intent was.

    They are like walking, talking prisoner’s dilemmas. Everything is a zero-sum game where they must extract the maximum value, or do the maximum damage. Rarely is it all that subtle either.

    At the end of the day though, there’s no great art, great philosophy, great literature, or great music created by a Jew. It’s all just various shades of parody, intentional or otherwise.

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    • icareviews
      November 21, 2015

      I wouldn’t go quite that far. There are a lot of great Jewish talents in the arts – too many to mention; but I could certainly get along without them.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 21, 2015

        Good, not great. Robert Zimmerman has written some catchy tunes but 200 years from now his name won’t be mentioned in the same sentence as Wagner.

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    • Zobbo
      November 26, 2015

      You bet jews hate Wagner ! One has just to read his essay “Das Judenthum in der Musik” (jewishness in music) to understand why.
      As for the contribution of jews to culture…well, some interesting concepts in Marx and Freud, but in art ?
      Care to give us some examples of great talents, Icareviews ?
      Copland, maybe, but appart from him ?

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      • icareviews
        November 26, 2015

        “Care to give us some examples of great talents, Icareviews?”

        Mendelssohn, Mahler, and Brahms were Jews if you’re looking for classical. Too many popular songwriters to mention are Jews, but Irving Berlin, Lou Reed, and Billy Joel may or may not be standouts, depending on your taste.

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      • Hipster Racist
        November 26, 2015

        Mahler is overrated. I didn’t know about Mendelssohn, but if Brahms was Jewish, well, I’ll have to give you that one.

        As far as popular music, sure, but Jews rate second, at best, to Blacks when it comes to that. Motown was essentially a Black affair and I don’t think anyone can deny that Motown is some excellent popular music.

        Lou Reed is great, Billy Joel, eh, saccharine mostly.

        As far as I can tell, in visual art, Jews have contributed essentially nothing but various sorts of gimmicks, and even in the case of crappy conceptual art, the non-Jews were more important. I guess years of iconoclasm would tend to breed out any visually artistic qualities.

        Seriously, Mahler is famous *because* he was Jewish. It’s part of the creation of Jewish genius. If he wasn’t Jewish and didn’t have the Jewish amen choir behind him.

        You see something similar in technology. Sure, Google was absolutely ahead of its competitors and built a better product. It was hyped by the Jewish media but probably would have won even if it hadn’t been.

        But Facebook was shit, and the only reason it won against its competitors is because it was hyped by the Jewish media.

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      • icareviews
        November 26, 2015

        I was wrong about Brahms, but he apparently acquired something of a reputation as an honorary Jew for taking up their cause.

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    • Zobbo
      November 26, 2015

      Oh yeah, got one talent. Not great but different and interesting :
      Gyorgy Ligety

      You may recognize this piece that was used as soundtrack for a famous movie.

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      • icareviews
        November 26, 2015

        Damn, I had to cut this one short. A little too creepy for Grandma’s house on Thanksgiving.

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    • Zobbo
      November 26, 2015

      Well, I warned it was “different”, didn’t I ?
      It’s used in the movie 2001 a Space Odissey.

      “too creepy for Grandma’s house on Thanksgiving”
      Uh ? Don’t you like visiting your Grandma or is that an american idiom that escapes me ? 🙂

      OK, I do enjoy listening to pop music or catchy tunes sometimes but we have to agree it’s a (very) minor art : trying to put Bach and Billy Joël on the same level would be like comparing a cathedral to a warehouse.
      Thanks, I was indeed expecting you to mention Mendelsohn, Mahler but also Gershwin (btw, I don’t believe Brahms was jewish). I share the views of Hipster Racist on the matter, it is parody. It is mimicking great music but ends up sounding adulterated, faked, especially in the case of Mendelsohn and Gershwin.
      Their music doesn’t make my European soul vibrate. It doesn’t fit, like an african girl doing ballet dancing (that’s something I read, maybe on this site ?).
      Somehow, Aaron Copeland’s music seems to escape this fate. But maybe it’s just a matter of personal taste ?

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      • icareviews
        November 26, 2015

        Okay, you’re right about Brahms. According to this article he “took pride” in rumors that he was Jewish, but wasn’t actually one himself:

        http://www.jewsandothers.com/brahms-the-jew/

        But comparing Mendelssohn to “an African girl doing ballet dancing”? That’s just petty.

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      • Zobbo
        November 26, 2015

        I know, I can be mean sometimes, but I’m not gonna hide what I feel deep down.
        To me, it’s overdone to the point of being greasy, I can’t help hearing the “over sentimental” yiddish violin behind it. It lacks subtlety, decency if I may say so.

        You didn’t answer about ““too creepy for Grandma’s house on Thanksgiving”. Does it mean something special or does it have to be taken literally ?

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      • icareviews
        November 26, 2015

        I meant it literally. I’m with relatives and my grandmother was walking by and I didn’t want her to think I was over here being creepy.

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      • icareviews
        November 26, 2015

        Tell me where you hear the Yiddish violin in this:

        If Jews were all like Mendelssohn, we wouldn’t have the problems we do. Unfortunately, they’re not.

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    • Zobbo
      November 26, 2015

      “If Jews were all like Mendelssohn, we wouldn’t have the problems we do. Unfortunately, they’re not.”

      Very true.

      But how can I tell you how I feel about Mendelshon’s Wedding March ?
      Heaviness without the sheer power and elevation of Wagners Nibelungen ?
      A military fanfare trying to sound like a symphonic orchestra ?
      Nothing more difficult to explain than a perception, to describe the fine line that separates kitch from greatness, a copy from the original.
      Lets put it this way : culture is the product of a people and classical music a production of European culture, which is forein to jews.
      Therefore, they can emulate it; but as best as they try, they’ll never make it sound like the real stuff.
      Try to connect to your European soul, let your true self do the talking for a little and you may get my point. This can be tricky because with multiculturalism we’re constantly being subjected to other people’s productions, to forein cultures that we end up absorbing and making ours. Up to the point where multiculturalism starts producing it’s own music – jazz, fusion, world music, bossa nova, to name but a few (and don’t get me wrong, I do enjoy some of it).
      In the same vein, Hipster Racist has told us about Motown and black music which is culturally an african-american music. Sure other people can copy it alright but it will ultimately lack the groove, the funk, the swagger or whatever you see fit to call it.

      @HR Mahler’s symphony of a thousand, or trying to cram as many performers on stage in order to impress and set an unbeatable record.
      How typically jewish…

      On a totally different subjet : I’m unable to respond to individual posts nor can I mark the messages I like.

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      • icareviews
        November 27, 2015

        Well, I’m not the purist you are, but I won’t foist any more unwanted Mendelssohn on you. I’m pretty eclectic in my musical tastes, which I suppose makes me heretically pro-miscegenation on the cultural level.

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      • Zobbo
        November 27, 2015

        Neither am I, mate. I’m also fond of fusion for example, which is a mix of different influences, so it’s definitely some kind multicultural music.
        Being race concious doesn’t necessary mean being a racist. In fact, I’m glad other people develop rich cultures and also defend them.
        What I oppose is the social engineering that is forcing multicuturalism on us for political reasons.
        And I tend to be suspicious of purists – people who believe we should have no interaction whatsoever with other races or cultures.

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    • Zobbo
      November 26, 2015

      Oh, and is it possible to make corrections to a message ? I didn’t proof read my last and just realized I made many mistakes (ie foreiGn, as many…as possible…)
      Oops !

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      • icareviews
        November 27, 2015

        I don’t think there’s any way for readers to edit their comments, but don’t worry about it. I don’t think anybody expects comments sections to be rigorously proofread. Nobody thinks you’re stupid for having typos here and there.

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  4. ascomanni
    November 21, 2015

    That picture of Adam Auerbach ….

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    • icareviews
      November 21, 2015

      Looks like he’s got a dick growing out of his face.

      Liked by 1 person

      • ascomanni
        November 22, 2015

        If you drew that face in a perfect likeness and posted it, the ADL would flag you for anti-Semitism.

        Liked by 3 people

    • Zobbo
      November 26, 2015

      Oh my ! It made my day !
      Saved it on my desktop to have a look at it if one day I feel depressed 😉

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  5. sonofeurope
    November 22, 2015

    Nice photoshop on Adam’s face.
    That is photoshop, isn’t it?

    Liked by 2 people

    • icareviews
      November 22, 2015

      Nope, that’s a genuine humanoid aardvark photographed in its natural New York environment.

      Liked by 2 people

      • sonofeurope
        November 22, 2015

        Damn. Maybe his nose is all that’s left of the identical twin his body absorbed in utero.

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  6. indravaruna
    November 25, 2015

    The Marvel Thor is a example of jews appropriating White culture.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. helvena
    December 5, 2015

    Reblogged this on Pound by Pound and commented:
    yes. the jews modus operandi

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