Please view what people all around the world have had to say about Hilmar von Campe and some of his keynote speeches and publications:
"'It is quite explosive, what you have put together on these 350 pages' a preoccupied friend said to the author as he reads a number of pages from his book. 'I am afraid they will put you in jail somewhere.' Not that von Campe said anything which is unlawful or in violation of the penal code, but what he says is simply uncomfortable because nobody wants to hear the truth. He shows his outrage at western politicians who for political gains play along with what is wrong. Cowardice and Appeasement is a new theme every day all over the world - although it is not mentioned because it is so uncomfortable and points to hidden realities."
"These being the Days of Remembrance, this week is overflowing with observances affording us opportunity to ponder the immense sorrow and unfathomable evil of the Holocaust.
Many --- probably most --- of us apprehend this event by the way of what we've learned from television documentaries, movies, novels and history texts, and genuinely wonder how it could have happened. Cheyenner Hilmar von Campe thinks he knows. He does not blame the Holocaust on Hitler, Nazi thugs, or the German people. He locates its sources and cause within himself."
The Cheyenne Edition
"Hilmar von Campe gives everything for a cause, the cause of truth. He says God's commandments are not a recommendation for the behavior of the individual; they are laws, compliance with which is the only feasible way for mankind to face its future."
"Fighting lies is what von Campe has spent much of his adult life doing… von Campe thinks even the smallest lies can snowball. 'Big doors hang on small hinges,' he says. 'You have to decide how you want to live in the world. You can be part of the lie or part of the truth.'"
Idaho State Journal
"Hilmar von Campe's contacts with political personalities in all parts of the world, and his geographic mobility have helped him to learn first-hand about the most important events in the historical development of our time."
Diario Las Americas
In his book Moral Meltdown...Hilmar von Campe...puts emphasis on the need of absolute morals for the progress and recovery of any nation. Absolute morals are the true measures of a society's health.
Diario Las Americas
"The half-educated ignore or have never known that the true task of criticism is to discern and conserve what is valuable in a work, an age, a tradition, the culture of the past, that the duty of the cultivated man is not to disintegrate the world, but to restore it….Now we come up to date: to two remarkable books just published…The second work is Hilmar von Campe’s Moral Meltdown - The Core of Globalism…In his book, he discusses the present-day cultural wars, how the degradation of morality and ethical values continues to plague society and disrupt the social order of nations. He recalls that journalist John Reston once asked President John Kennedy how he imagined the world should be and what vision he had of the future. Kennedy’s reply: I have not yet had time to think about it. Hilmar’s comment: There could scarcely be a clearer expression of the aimlessness of Western leaders and societies."