Laws against Your Political Views?

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Put it on a T-Shirt and WEAR it!

  • Zionism is NOT a Race or Religion but a “Political Philosophy”

OR

  • Semitic is NOT a Race or Religion but a “Language”

They have (the Zionists) “Hoodwinked” the Worlds Populations that “Semitic” means Jew, but it does not.  It is a language of the Semitic People.  Semitic People include Arabs and Palestinians.

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Since the Educated are “Catching On” to this fact…

They, in turn, have begun to use the term “Anti-Zionist” when describing their distaste for the fraud.  Yet Zionism is not a Race or Religion either.

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Ask YOURSELF how you could be so “Hoodwinked”?

If the Dictionary clearly says both these things, why is it then that you are taught in Schools and through Mainstream Media, that these two terms should be morphed into what should be a term like:

Anti-Race or Anti-Religion?

Why not just say “Anti-Jewish”, if that is what you mean?  Ahh but I have an answer for that too:

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All Jews are NOT Zionist!

and

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All Zionists are NOT Jews!

So in order for Zionists to make this fly, they have to use a “Hoodwinking Word” like:

Anti-Semitic

and when that is not good enough, as you are no longer that uneducated, they will equate you as an:

Anti-Zionist

Yet how much different is it then, than:

  • Anti-Republican
  • Anti-Democrat
  • Anti-Conservative
  • Anti-Liberal
  • Anti-Socialist
  • Anti-Communist

As it is a “Political Philosophy”!

And one which desires for itself a KINGDOM of Greater Israel (when accomplished) to rule the World from, controlling ALL BANKS, ALL MEDIA, AND YOUR GOVERNMENT

Invented YARNS of Zionists

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They must laugh and laugh and laugh

As if you will believe 6 Million and Shrunken Heads and Lampshades and Soap and Gas Chambers, even after it has all been disproven, you are apt to believe anything right?

No need to even STATE that what they are preaching has no back up in reality.  You will believe it, just if they say it.  Even if all you have to do is to grab the reference material.

There is no evidence that Adolf Hitler ever said or wrote anything like this, even allowing for the vagaries of translation from German to English. This quotation is often cited as having come from Mein Kampf, the autobiography and political polemic written by Hitler during his during stay in Landsberg prison, but no such passage appears in that work. In fact, this quotation appears to have been virtually non-existent until 2014, when it was used as the heading to Chapter 11 of Willfully Ignorant, a novel by Pat Miller set in Nazi-era Germany. (That book also mistakenly cited Mein Kampf as the source of the quotation.)

Aside from the fact that this quotation does not reflect something Hitler ever said or wrote, it’s also false if simply considered as a shorthand version of what Hitler thought and/or did. These words reflect a misperception that Hitler’s political maneuvers on his way to seizing dictatorial control over Germany were akin to the legend of the boiled frog, that Hitler supposedly made a series of small, gradual changes in German law and government that chipped away at the rights of the citizenry over an extended period of time, avoiding any single large changes that might provoke resistance from the people until it was too late for them to effectively oppose him.

In fact, this is the historical opposite of what happened. Once he gained a position of political authority in Germany, Hitler quickly headed down the road of consolidating power by making very large changes in a short period of time.

Adolf Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany by Paul von Hindenburg on 30 January 1933. Within a month, Hitler used the occurrence of a fire at the Reichstag building (the assembly location of the German Parliament) as an excuse to urge von Hindenburg to issue the Reichstag Fire Decree (the “Presidential Order for the Protection of People and State”) which suspended of civil rights, banned the left-wing press, and authorized the mass arrest of communists and socialists (a move that also allowed the Nazi party to assume a majority in the Reichstag by taking the seats of arrested communist delegates). Before another month had passed, the Nazi-majority Reichstag passed the Enabling Act, which gave the German Cabinet (i.e., Chancellor Hitler) the power to enact laws without the involvement of the Reichstag. The combination of the Reichstag Fire Decree and the Enabling Act effectively transformed Hitler’s government into a legal dictatorship within two months of his appointment as chancellor. These actions were not “imperceptible reductions” in freedom and rights — they were a massive change in the established order implemented in a very short period of time.

Within another few weeks, Jewish businesses were openly attacked by the SA (the Nazi Party’s paramilitary organization, commonly known as “brown shirts” or “storm troopers”) and a “Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service” was passed that banned all Jews, non-Germans, and political opponents from public service. A month later, trade unions were banned. Within another few months, all political parties other than the Nazi Party were banned. All of this took place within the six-month period after Hitler was appointed to the chancellor’s office, not “imperceptibly.”

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When you see someone promoting this crap Millenials…

Call Them On It!

How Liberals Buy Votes in Canada

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I have to say that this is not a discussion that is really taking place in Canada. We’re not seeing it in Ottawa. We’re not seeing in other capitals. It doesn’t seem to matter.

There’s a sense that there is a humanitarian response that is necessary. But as far as feeling that they have a role to play in trying to find some kind of a settlement or a peace — it doesn’t seem to be on anyone’s radar, does it?

No, you’re absolutely correct. And I think one factor that’s at play here is Syria war fatigue. We’re about to enter the eighth year of this conflict.

A lot of the world, particularly the Western world now, are so consumed by their internal economic and political problems.

I’m talking to you from the United States, where the dominant themes that concern people now are the crazy antics and policies of the Trump administration, these mass shootings, and so there’s a sense now that people are just tired and people have other concerns.

There is an unstated assumption that people hope that if we just ignore Syria it will go away and it won’t affect us.

But I think that this general fatigue, the absence of any attention, has really been, I think, a godsend for Russia and for Iran and for the Assad regime, who is really banking on international fatigue to eventually demonstrate itself so they could be carrying on with their war aims. I think that’s exactly what’s happening today.

Trudeau is in the “Back Pocket” of the Zionists

Yet, do not think he cannot profit by it

By 2020, Canada will see an increase of 13 percent in overall immigration numbers, with the vast majority coming under economic programs designed to address skills shortages and gaps in the labour market as the population ages and the birth rate declines.

At 340,000 people, the increase by 2020 represents the highest intake since before the First World War, though it stops short of the 450,000 target suggested by the government’s economic advisory council in a report last year.

The Liberals WIN with International War Crimes to win Elections

While Trudeau will go to a “Mock Gas Chamber” at Auschwitz in 2016 to shed a “Drama Teacher Tear” when told a YARN by a Zionist describing “alleged genocide” (which never happened) and then return to Canada to hold a vote in our House to DENOUNCE the B.D.S. Movement (with 87% approval in the house), he lends credibility for carrying out the “Zionist Agenda” of the Greater Israel Project in Syria.  Yet he also reaps the benefits of the people he makes homeless in Syria.  They ARE after all, “The Liberal Base”.

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In this year’s message marking Israel’s independence day, Prime Minister Trudeau said Canada was committed to fighting “anti-Zionism”. This is unprecedented. What does it mean? Read more….

Every year on Israel’s Independence Day, the Prime Minister of Canada issues a congratulatory statement. There is nothing unusual in this. We do the same for most of the other states with whom we have diplomatic relations.

The statement with respect to Israel usually contains a reference to Canada’s continued commitment to fighting Antisemitism. Antisemitism is a specific form of racism that discriminates against Jews. It is entirely appropriate that our government declare opposition to it. Last year, Prime Minister Trudeau’s 2016 statement said Canada “stands with Israel in its fight against Antisemitism”. Prime Minister Harper said the same thing in 2015.

But this year, in an apparently unprecedented move, Prime Minister Trudeau went a lot farther – he committed Canada to supporting Zionism itself!!

“Today, while we celebrate Israel’s independence, we also reaffirm our commitment to fight anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism.”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, May 2, 2017

Yet who else can you pick from eh?  All 4 Parties

Are Pro-Zionist in Canada

Rothschild & the Khazar History

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30 Seconds from Yale will tell you this

Yet let’s go more in-depth than that

The history of the ancient Khazar Empire, a major but almost forgotten power in Eastern Europe, which in A.D. 740 converted to Judaism. Khazaria, a conglomerate of Aryan Turkic tribes, was finally wiped out by the forces of Genghis Khan, but evidence indicates that the Khazars themselves migrated to Poland and formed the cradle of Western (Ashkenazim) Jewry…

The Khazars’ sway extended from the Black Sea to the Caspian, from the Caucasus to the Volga, and they were instrumental in stopping the Muslim onslaught against Byzantium, the eastern jaw of the gigantic pincer movement that in the West swept across northern Africa and into Spain.

Thereafter the Khazars found themselves in a precarious position between the two major world powers: the Eastern Roman Empire in Byzantium and the triumphant followers of Mohammed. As Arthur Koestler points out, the Khazars were the Third World of their day, and they chose a surprising method of resisting both the Western pressure to become Christian and the Eastern to adopt Islam. Rejecting both, they converted to Judaism.

1 Hour Presentation on this topic

Today’s Ambitions of the Greater Israel

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This goes beyond (far beyond) being proven your past lies are lies, but still acting on them anyway.  Far beyond this indeed!  It is illegal.  It is immoral.  It is a “Political Hoodwink” in the most obvious regards, but in case you need an update on today’s situation, here is a:

11 Minute Video

So, if this is all “Pure Bullshit” (as it is), then what “pray tell” is the agenda here?  Well, I will get into this, but first, let’s hear from the guy being accused:

 

6 Minutes from Assad

Now, let’s move on to the “Real Agenda” here.  Who benefits?  There always is a beneficiary after all.  So who benefits?

25 Min of What future for ‘Greater Israel’? – Part 1

Yes I am that guy!

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Bonnie Prince Charlie?

Yes.  The ones who sat on the Throne of Scotland, and England at the same time?  The only ones?  Yes.  Yes, that is us.  The Stewarts.  It is me.  Yes, I am that guy.

However, I will not be your King and I will not be your Leader!

I will be your Mentor and nothing more.  As you all have it inside of yourselves.  You know the difference between right and wrong.  You know what to do.  I do not need to tell you.  Still, I will knaw at you and bug the HELL out of you.  I will drive you NUTS!

If it is Negative it is Wrong and if it is Positive it is right!

I know you deal with this every day.  I know there is negativity surrounding you everywhere you go.  Yet you are going to be BETTER than that!  You are going to evolve.

Your Government is Corrupt!

Ya think?  Did I need to tell you?  Are you going to be a “Meaningful Specific” or a follower affected by the negativity?  Well?  Only YOU can answer that question.

All I ask is that you:

Do the right thing!

What is a Fascist?

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Fascism is a hard ideology to define because nearly every modern government or political movement has been called ‘fascist’ by somebody. I contend that fascism was a political movement unique to the early 20th century, especially in Europe, because its worldview was shaped by events and philosophical ideas from the late 19th century until the interwar period. Some people have called states like Saddam Hussein’s Iraq ‘fascist’, but I believe that there is a big difference between authoritarian dictatorship and genuine fascism.

So how did fascism originally develop?

It grew out of a European intellectual movement which criticized the alienating effect that industrial society had on modern man, as well as late 19th century critiques of Liberalism and Positivism.

They believed that industrial society robbed men of their individuality; however, they wanted to assert it at the same time. These ideas were adopted by many young people, especially young, middle-class socialists, because they wanted to rebel against what they perceived as pointless and archaic bourgeois morality and conformity. This is why in the 1930s, fascism looked like it might actually take over Europe: it successfully harnessed people’s dissatisfaction with modern society and directed it into political channels.

Fascists were influenced by philosophers like Gustav Le Bon who wrote about the need for a strong leading figure to lead the masses against social ills. He believed that people were fundamentally irrational, and should embrace their irrationality. This was taken up by fascist ideologues who thought that their members’ irrationality should be harnessed by the leader and directed into political action, which was mostly comprised of beating up socialists, communists and trade unionists (or Zionists in the case of National Socialism).

Fascism’s insistence on embracing irrationality is one thing that makes it hard to comprehend; although Hitler and Mussolini wrote their respective handbooks about fascist beliefs, they ultimately rejected concrete doctrines and always acted in response to current events. This is why a lot of fascist rhetoric and actions seem to be contradictory.

The First World War gave fascism its mass base. Veterans across Europe felt alienated in civilian society after the war, which could not understand their experiences on the frontline. A lot of them wanted to return to an idealized comradeship and hierarchy of the front line, which fascist organizations like the SA and the Blackshirts offered. A lot of them didn’t actually care about the nuances of fascist ideology, they just felt like they didn’t belong in civilian society and needed order and comrades. Instead of a real enemy opposing army, fascism offered them a frontline against post-war society which was especially attractive in revisionist countries like Germany and Italy, where many wanted to destroy the existing Liberal order which they blamed for their countries’ humiliations.

Unlike socialists and communists, fascists wanted to cure modern society’s alienation through the creation of a hierarchal state made up of different social classes working together for the benefit of the nation.

This is called ‘corporatism’ and is fascism’s only real contribution to economic thought. The competing segments of industrial society would be united by the leader act entirely through the state, which incidentally would preserve existing capitalist hierarchies and strengthen them. Fascists were for a sort of inverted social-democracy which would give social services to its members but not to anyone else. In other words, you would have to be a Citizen.

If you were not a member of the nation or the Volksgemeinschaft – tough luck, and in reality should be deported.  This is why many people participated in Fascist and Nazi organizations like the DAP or Hitler Youth; if you did not actively participate in the national or racial community, you were not a part of it and would be socially ostracized (or worse) and denied state benefits. They didn’t necessarily believe in fascist ideology, and many opposed it, but the fascist state required them to participate in it.  To be one with the Nation.

“National Socialism” while getting rid of industrial alienation through the creation of a totalitarian society. Mussolini thought that by giving up your individuality to the totalitarian state, you could have your energies and efforts multiplied by its services. Paradoxically, by surrendering individuality, alienation would somehow disappear. In industrial societies, fascism was popular with the middle class because it offered a cultural and social revolution which would keep hierarchies and fortify them through corporatism. Unlike conservatism, fascism wanted a cultural revolution that would create a “New Fascist Man” who had no individuality separate from the collective. This is why it was appealing to the middle class; it let them vent their frustrations about modern society and be little revolutionaries while simultaneously protecting their property and position in the social hierarchy.

The emphasis on maintaining private property and hierarchy was what made fascists hate socialists and communists. Fascism marketed itself as the “Third Way” between Liberalism, which was responsible for alienation and the post-war Wilsonian order, and Socialism, which threatened to take bourgeois property in an economic revolution. Conservatives and fascists usually got along because they both hated the same things, but most conservatives failed to understand the revolutionary aspect of fascism and believed they could be controlled to curtail workers’ rights and revise the Paris Treaties, which didn’t really work out.

So Fascist is an “Old Word” like “Tyrannical”

It has lost its meaning.  It cannot really be equated with Hitler (like National Socialism) as Hitler was elected, and he did not rule with an “Iron Fist”, but instead was popular.  National Socialism was about people working as a collective, yes, but it was not meant to take away individual rights either.  Everything was not to be owned by the State.  The individual property was respected. The collective was a “mindset” of being proud of your people.   Fascism does not fully apply.  It cannot be exactly defined as the same as fascism of Mussolini for instance.  Hitler and the National Socialists did not want war.  Yet they were prepared (as a collective) for it if this was found to be necessary.  It is a word with really no real meaning when applying it to either Hitler or the leadership of today.  Fascism is compared to National Socialism as it may be regimented, and that you should have “Private Property” but that is as close to the two as you can really come.  A useless word, meant for scorn, and as relative today as Tyrannical is.

Tyrannical was what the Elite called the British when they wanted to gain control of the Colonies and take that control away from the British.  They made a big deal out of the unfair and unjust actions of King George, who in reality was nothing less than an embarrassment to the British Parliment.  His unfair and unjust rules and actions were stopped by the Parliment, and King George was effectively sent to his room.  Like a “bad little boy” that he was.  Yet it was too late to stop the term “Tyrannical” from having meaning.  The word had as much meaning (in reality) after the signing of the US Constitution as Fascist has after WWI.
Unlike Hitler Mussolini had made compromises with the monarchy and the Church (in 1929 he gave the Vatican the status of an independent state and allowed the two million-strong Catholic Action to continue to function). Mussolini also had to maneuver between, balance, and play-off several competing cliques inside his own movement. Regional fascist organizations were organized through powerful local bosses often linked to organized crime.

These structures and problems placed additional limits on his dictatorship which was authoritarian, but never totalitarian. Mussolini was a vicious thug – capable of setting gangs on unarmed political opponents, using poison gas on African villages and having prisoners of war shot – but he never had a vice-like grip over Italy in the way that the National Socialists had in Germany, being the most popular with the people, or used terror as the Stalinists and the Bolsheviks did in Russia. In particular, the fascists never had complete control of the state machine – the police, army and civil service remained, in the final analysis, in the hands of the old, pre-fascist ruling elite.

The German Nazis had had a much longer, harder road to power — and they ended up as a more coherent, consistent party. Aside from grandiose imperialist scheming, and repression at home which destroyed the opposition — especially working-class opposition – there was little consistency in Mussolini’s policy.

The True Story of German-Jewish Relations

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The Late Ernst Zundel

Details the relationship between Hitler Germany and the Zionists before WW2 and how Germany was gouged for reparations after the war which they are paying to this day.”
“Ignore any contact information at the end of Ernst Zundel videos as with his passing away, it is no longer current.

12 Part Series (1/2 Hour Videos)

The True Story of German-Jewish Relations part 1

The True Story of German-Jewish Relations part 2

The True Story of German Jewish Relations part 3

The True Story of German Jewish Relations part 4

The True Story of German Jewish Relations part 5

The True Story of German Jewish Relations part 6

The True Story of German-Jewish Relations part 7

The True Story of German-Jewish Relations part 8

The True Story of German-Jewish Relations part 9

The True Story of German-Jewish Relations part 10

The True Story of German-Jewish Relations part 11

The True Story of German-Jewish Relations part 12

Special Thanks to Jim Rizoli and Ernst Zundel for this.