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Do you want to be ... all Nazis?

Thursday, March 20, 2014

By now even the FAZ publisher Berthold Kohler Putin alternately (!) Hernimmt with Hitler and Stalin comparisons, its editorial staff to ensure Geert Wilders, who asked his supporters at a campaign event, whether in this city they (the Hague) and the Netherlands, more or less Moroccans wanted, nor a specialty:

'The question also recalls the famous Sports Palace speech of the Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels, in which he had called 1943 a similar formula for "total war".'


"Will you ...?"

So that's enough again for the Nazi comparison.

Savoury mind, however, that Wilders an ardent admirer of Israel, a prominent member of the pro-Zionist Euro-pseudo rights. (As in Germany, PI, the defunct party "Freedom".)

There is no problem that a Lebanese-Dutch rapper a simulated execution video, clearly targeted Wilders, posted online in the new NATO-coup government in Kiev people a formation sit ("Freedom" - "freedom" - among other things, the Attorney General, which would explain the events on Maidan ...), whose chief bluntly to the murder of Russians, Germans and "Judensäuen" calls. In one breath! (more ...)

"Conspiracy junkies"

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

"Conspiracy junkies": This original concept I read just in a Gazette, associated with people who are still wondering how things were actually received well by the end of the Thuringian terror trio. (more ...)

9/11: The sheep media journalist ...

Wednesday, 07 September, 2011.

In his remarkable article "mainstream media and the public counter of September 11th" , also known as the introduction for his newly published book "9/11 - The battle for the truth" is to be understood, Marcus Klöckner teaches TELEPOLIS among other things, a remarkable list what the "conspiracy theorists" in the view of those newspapers that I commonly call sheep media, so everything is.

I quote the list unchanged (the brackets mine always denote the respective anti-type, see instructions below): (more ...)