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Can you link it? Thanks!
Very young White man:
"How do I get out of this mess?"
Older White man:
"I know the answer...
I love that quote, he he.I got banned from a major discussion forum just for quoting Napoleon (...
I looked for a speech of his in front of a crowd as a candidate for CC. Here is what I found from...
Great article about a good man. Thank you, Mr. Clark.
I get the impression that Howie Carr is...
It has been a long time since I read "The Fountainhead" but I did like it although it was too long...
It's real hard to have much sympathy for the proverbial worms under the boot that Kant...
Just Passing By
"Ayn Rand’s writings are often silly" : indeed. For lack of time, I'll use a Google translation,...
Thanks. I will ask Jared about that. You aren't the first person to recommend it. It is a great...
Ayn Rand's writings are often silly, but there is a purity of intention in The Fountainhead that...
Great reference piece. Yet another writer I discovered through CC.
Hey, don't go blaming the 1960s for alcoholism.
Americans are drinking as much alcohol now as in...
In *We the Living*, the ending has a nice "Live Free, Die Well" tone -- victory in defeat. With a...
Another high IQ piece from Greg Johnson. Don't ever stop.
BTW I think content like this should be...
Let's assume that White settlers were actually the genocidal maniacs that the critics claim them to...
The link to "The Last Days of Savitri Devi" is broken. This appears to be the correct link. It might...
I never read The Fountainhead, but I did read We the Living and slogged through John Galt’s speech...
"People who can’t handle life are constantly puffing on something or downing something."
From the "trying new things" angle, I suppose; those who score high on Openness for the "Big Five"...
This is an amazing movie. I thought I was reasonably knowledgeable about WWII, but I learned a lot from this. It’s extremely well done, with period film and photos, and narration in English over a barely audible German narrative, so it must have been originally done in German.
The lengths to which Churchill and Roosevelt went in order to foment war and to destroy Germany are amazing. Although it is never mentioned in the movie, the only logical reason I can see is that they were both tools of the Jews, who had been offended by Germany’s freeing itself of vampire bankers. Of course, since this was made in Germany, if such had been mentioned the movie’s makers would surely be in prison for “hate crimes.”
Merkel’s comments in the beginning are unbelieveable. I think it’s amazing that any self respecting leader could go before an audience and grovel like that.
I agree. Her juxtaposition with Hitler in this video is very telling.
This was a very good video. At times I thought they were about to discuss a major topic but then they just glossed over it. I would have put a little bit more information into the video.
For people interested in WW2 from the British perspective I’d recommend Pat Buchanan’s book “Hitler, Churchill and the Unnecessary War”.
As to the comment about “the lengths Churchill and Roosevelt went to foment war”- I’d recommend the books- “Day of Deceit” about how the Roosevelt administration made a list of 6 steps to get Japan and Germany to declare war on America (sailing American military boats full speed along the coast of Japan, cutting Japan’s oil supply in half while at the same time putting US troops with British troops at all the east-asian oil fields, ignoring Japanese offers to give up colonies for oil – our military advisors said it was practically a declaration of war – but Roosevelt would never tell the public that! instead he said he was keeping us out of the war). Also the book “Desperate Deception” talks about how MI6 infiltrated America to get the public to support the war- they actually messed up the 1940 election!, totally bought off Wendel Wilke, they sent spies to flirt with and even to marry high ranking anti-war US politicians to get them to support the war! they made false opinion polls, fake anti-german propaganda, they sent Roosevelt fake plans of a Nazi invasion of the Americas etc.
I don’t like being lied to. It seems almost all wars America’s ever been in have been based upon total garbage- it’s just trickery and deception by special interest groups that have dominated our government for well over a hundred years.
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