Monthly Archives: January 2016

Cowdung and Aliens

I have to admit I don’t know all the details of this Oregon Standoff because the people I hear hyping this up are the same shills who pushed Becky Roth (Rebekah Roth) who seems to now have disappeared from all … Continue reading

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6 Million Follower Man

In the age of Trump, grim warnings from Holocaust survivors U.S. marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day   Play Video1:04 Germany’s ambassador to the U.S. talks about the “unspeakable horror” of the Holocaust during ceremonies to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day … Continue reading

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The Patsy

Thought this was quite interesting. I knew of one of James Earl Rays brothers, the one who attempted to murder Don Black of Stormfront, but I had not heard of the older patsy ehhhhh brother. Looks like they wanted him … Continue reading

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White God

The Legend of the White God We know from ancient Indian legends that at some point shrouded in the mists of time, White men landed on the shores of the New World, long before Columbus. Every Indian society of which … Continue reading

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Like Mike, the White One

By Tsvi Sadan, Israel Today Barack Obama’s autobiography seems to be as complex as the president himself. Tzach Yoked, writing in Maariv this week, exposed to Israelis, perhaps for the first time, that among the American president’s eight half-brothers is … Continue reading

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The Day the Jew Clown Cried

Entertainment & Arts ‘Lost’ Jerry Lewis Holocaust film sees the light By Richard Latto BBC South producer 5 January 2016 From the section Entertainment & Arts Image caption Jerry Lewis wrote and directed The Day the Clown Cried but seemingly … Continue reading

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North By Northwest

Scientists Sequence First Ancient Irish Human Genomes 28 December 2015 A team of geneticists from Trinity College Dublin and archaeologists from Queen’s University Belfast has sequenced the first genomes from ancient Irish humans, and the information buried within is already … Continue reading

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