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Everything You Have Been Taught Is A Lie

Everything You Have Been Taught Is A Lie – 1942 At a mass meeting in Prague, 200,000 Czechs pledge loyalty to their homeland and to the German Reich. I read that somewhere a while ago and it has really made an impact on the way I think. This statement is continuously proven correct. Where do […]

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Adolf Hitler – The Greatest Story Never Told

A new documentary. Produced by Dennis Wise. Length: about six hours WW II affected hundreds of millions of people and it affected millions of Europeans and Asians born after the war too. If not for the war, myself and millions of other people would be citizens of a different country today. Millions of people were […]

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Vanunu Responds to Gunter Grass and My Question to SECURITY

The International Press and in particular the Israeli Media have been buzzing all weekend regarding a new poem by German writer and Nobel laureate Gunter Grass, in which he calls Israel’s Nuclear Whistle Blower, Mordechai Vanunu, a “paragon” “modern-day hero” and a “righteous man, who has remained loyal to his country the entire time.” Vanunu […]

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Good for Gunter!

Everyone and his dog now knows Israel is the problem Can’t say I’m crazy about the German Nobel laureate’s poetry. Much is lost in translation, of course. But the sentiment expressed in ‘What Must Be Said’ is spot-on. And now that the dust has settled we can marvel at how the avalanche of outraged squawks […]

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“What must be said” by Günter Grass

Why do I stay silent, stay silent too long about what is obvious and is practiced in war games, at the end of which we as survivors are at best only footnotes It is the asserted right of the first strike, which could  annihilate the Iranian people – who are bullied by a loudmouth and […]

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Germany’s Humiliation

Can a new Hitler rise? In the last month, there was an accumulation of odd news items concerning German humiliation by Israel, culminating with two truly odd affairs. German Nobel laureate Gunter Grass was declared persona non grata in Israel, and Richard Wagner’s music was rejected by the Israeli Opera as an overture for a […]

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