Kyle Hunt is an American broadcaster and founder of Renegade Broadcasting, a documentary filmmaker, and a White advocacy activist. His newly-released documentary, Hellstorm (based on historian Thomas Goodrich’s book, Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947) presents in graphic detail the many heretofore rarely mentioned horrors inflicted upon the German people during and after the Second World War.
MacCrinnan: When did you first read Hellstorm and how soon after that did you decide to make a film based on the book? Was it before or after you first interviewed Thomas Goodrich?
Hunt: I have interviewed Tom on my Renegade Broadcasting show, The Solar Storm, twice. The first time I had not yet read Hellstorm and the second time I had just finished the book. I actually thought Hellstorm should be made into a documentary when speaking to Tom about coming back on the show, and before having actually read the book at all. After completing the book, I knew that I needed to make this documentary.
MacCrinnan: From hearing that first interview, recorded in the Autumn of 2013, it seems you already knew a good deal about the topic even before you read the book. How long had you been studying the subject before?
Hunt: I had been looking into this area for a few years and had also heard multiple interviews with Tom prior to speaking with him.
MacCrinnan: So, why did world Jewry publicly and histrionically declare war on Germany in 1933?
Hunt: It appears the reasons were largely economic . . .