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20 December 2013

Mossad Trained Terrorist Mandela

 
Terrorists Winnie and Nelson Mandela, and South African Communist Party leader Joe Slovo, give the Communist clenched-fist salute. While it has always been well known that Jews like Slovo were involved in subverting White rule, now it has been revealed that the State of Israel itself supplied terrorist training.

From Ha'aretz:


[In 1962] Nelson Mandela, under an alias, learnt weapons and sabotage techniques from embassy staff who were likely Mossad agents, whilst being gently prompted to become a supporter of the Jewish state. 

This episode is remarkable for a number of reasons. First of all, Mandela was in no way a lone participant in a covert Israeli training program: Israel had established ties with various movements considered subversive by the South African government. [...]

The golden era of cooperation between Israel and African liberation movements continued through the 1960s. [David Fachler, "Mandela and the Mossad: How Israel Courted Black Africa," Ha'aretz, 20 December 2013]

Let it be understood that Jews, even the Zionist Jews worshiped by Premillennialist Christians in the United States, do not see themselves as having any inherent common interest with White people.

19 December 2013

Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson: Blacks were happy before "Civil Rights"

A&E cable network has suspended Phil Robertson, the main figure in the popular Duck Dynasty reality-TV series, supposedly -- if you believe Fox News and CNN and most of the major news-media -- because of comments that he made about homosexuality. 


I doubt that this was the real reason why A&E decided to stop presenting Robertson. It happens to be still respectable to disapprove of homosexuality. For example, a very large part of the Republican Party's core constituency holds that view. It seems likely that the number of those who disapprove of homosexuality is greater than the number that categorically oppose abortion, a position that is not treated as beyond the pale of civil discourse. Robertson's view of homosexuality as unnatural and repulsive is more or less mainstream.

Much more interesting was Robertson's statement to the effect that the "Civil Rights" movement (organized by Jews) was unnecessary and has done more harm than good, even for Blacks who were supposed to be its main beneficiaries:


“I never, with my eyes, saw the mistreatment of any black person. Not once. Where we lived was all farmers. The blacks worked for the farmers. I hoed cotton with them. I’m with the blacks, because we’re white trash. We’re going across the field.... They’re singing and happy. I never heard one of them, one black person, say, ‘I tell you what: These doggone white people’—not a word!... Pre-entitlement, pre-welfare, you say: Were they happy? They were godly; they were happy; no one was singing the blues.” [GQ, January 2014]


A public statement like that would not have been unusual as recently as the 1970s. But in 2013 America nobody makes this kind of observation publicly anymore. It is a much more radical and unusual public statement than mere disapproval of homosexuality, which is commonplace.

A letter to A&E from the Human Rights Campaign and the NAACP, dated 18 December 2013, complains about Robertson's "racist, homophobic, and ill-informed remarks." Note that "racist" is first in the list. 

The letter also uses the word "revisionist." When a firsthand witness to historical reality says that it wasn't the way mass-propaganda portrays, he is "revisionist."

Although Republican pundits will frequently say that social programs are not the best way to help Blacks, they always treat the "Civil Rights" movement per se as sacrosanct. Rush Limbaugh always speaks of "Dr. King" in a tone of emphatic reverence otherwise reserved only for Jesus Christ or God. What Phil Robertson has said is very different from the usual conservative blather, and that is because he spoke without their customary moistened finger in the breeze.

Apparently, in order not to call attention to Robertson's radical critique of "Civil Rights," in order to avoid publicizing the fact that somebody successful and prominent still believes that the country took a wrong turn decades ago -- which, by example, would embolden others to express similar views -- it has been decided to pretend that a disreputable fringe-group, GLAAD, wielded more influence in the matter than the NAACP, and that the real issue was not Robertson's dissident view of "Civil Rights" but his mere disapproval of homosexuality. Thus, the revival of a seemingly dead issue is avoided.

There was a similar dissimulation of motives when Glenn Beck was removed from Fox News and Pat Buchanan from MSNBC. You can read what I wrote about that here.

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After a widespread negative reaction to what appeared to be A&E's hostility toward traditional morality, and after the entire Robertson family made it clear that without Phil they would not continue on the highly profitable Duck Dynasty show -- the most popular reality-show ever --  A&E reversed its decision. 

02 December 2013

Britain intended War before Hitler invaded Poland

Adolf Hitler sent the armed forces of Great Germany into Poland on 1 September 1939. Thereupon Britain and France declared war on Germany. Simplistic history says that it was Hitler's fault that Britain and France declared war on Germany, since it was he who made the decision to violate Polish territory.

The people who say this show little knowledge of the circumstances that impelled Hitler to make this decision.

The fact is that Britain was trying to start a war with Germany. From the German perspective, Britain was engaged in saber-rattling against Germany throughout 1939, with a belligerent Poland, encouraged by Britain, posing the threat of a two-front war. The invasion of Poland by Germany in 1939 was a response to a menace deliberately created by Britain. The fact that Hitler had not wanted war with Britain and France is evident in his peace-offer following the conquest of Poland, which included the proposal to restore a reduced Polish state. Britain and France undertook that war expecting that Germany could easily be contained on land and starved with a naval blockade. Because they did not expect to have to wage a real war, the decision was made lightly. There was even talk of how the war would help with unemployment in Britain.

Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain said to U.S. ambassador Joseph Kennedy that the reason why he had made war against Germany was that "America and the World Jews" had pressured him. Kennedy later told this to Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal, who recorded it in his diary; "neither the French nor the British would have made Poland a cause of war if it had not been for the constant needling from Washington," is how Forrestal summarized Kennedy's recollection (The Forrestal Diaries, entry of 27 December 1945).

Here is a piece of documentation that Britain (under American and Jewish pressure) had chosen war against Germany. This British declaration of war was composed one week before the invasion of Poland.


Already on this first page of King George's draft for a declaration of war we see the two main points of Anglo-American war-propaganda: (1) you cannot negotiate with Hitler (because he is an uncivilized moral nihilist who won't keep his word); (2) you cannot ignore Hitler (because he wants to conquer the entire world). It is the general practice of governments that depend heavily on popular support to try to represent any decision to go to war as forced by the other side, and these two points constitute an effective argument to that end, if the public is simple-minded enough to believe it.

The same form of propaganda with slight adaptations has been used to motivate Americans to support Middle-East wars.  Dealing peacefully with Saddam Hussein was also pointless, we were told; he was "so-damned insane," and bent on, perhaps not conquering the entire world (which was far from credible), but it was suggested to us that we could not ignore Saddam Hussein for other reasons: that he was poised to overrun Saudi Arabia in 1990 (which was a hoax arranged by the CIA), or, a decade later, that he might attack the United States with a nuclear weapon.