On 22 November 1963, the day that President John F. Kennedy is assassinated in Dallas, Peter Miller (Jon Voight), a young freelance reporter, pulls over to the curb to listen to a radio report of the event in a district in Hamburg, West Germany. As a result, he happens to be stopped at a traffic signal as an ambulance passes by on a highway.
He follows the ambulance and discovers it is en route to pick up the body of an elderly Jewish Holocaust survivor who had committed suicide, leaving behind no family. The reporter obtains the diary of the man, which contains information on his life in the Second World War Riga Ghetto, and the name of the SS officer who ran the camp, Eduard Roschmann (Maximilian Schell). Miller is startled to find that in one passage the diarist mentioned seeing Roschmann shoot and kill a Wehrmacht officer who was wearing an unusual military decoration. Miller realizes from these details that the officer that was killed was his own father.
Determined to hunt Roschmann down, Miller consults with Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal (Shmuel Rodensky) who informs him about ODESSA, a secret organization of SS veterans. With this information, Miller then dares to go undercover, using an assumed name and forged papers showing him as an SS veteran. He joins and infiltrates the ODESSA and finds Roschmann, who now runs a high-tech company which plans to send radio gyroscopes and biochemical warheads to Egypt to use against Israel. Miller eventually finds Roschmann and confronts him at gunpoint with his knowledge about his father’s murder.
ODESSA is an acronym for the German phrase “Organisation der Ehemaligen SS-Angehörigen”, which translates as “Organisation of Former Members of the SS”.
~No folks this isn’t about a Jew Nazi movie with Jew slave actors distorting history, this is about true history, the history 99% of you have never been taught.
Recently I was in Eastern Europe, saved up every dime and went back to my now favorite area of the world, this time Odessa, Ukraine. Odessa is on the Black Sea everyone knows, but nobody knows why it’s called “The Schwartzer Sea”. None of the names around the Black Sea are the original names for instance Varna in Bulgaria was first called Odessa or Odyssos (or at least before it was Varna) and Odessa, Ukraine was once called “Tyra”. Of course the historians claim, or at least the writers who distort history claim this was a Greek city. Would Greeks name a city “Tyra”? No folks this was Phoenician territory, how do I know? Because this city was a Milesian city and they were also Phoenicians, in fact the Black Sea was called the Pontic Sea (the “Pon” is always related to the Phoenicians in some way because that root is in words relating to water like “pontiff” or bridge, pontoon on a boat, even punt in Irish (Gaelic) which means “pound”, a punt was a unit of measurement that the Phoenicians used to push their boats just like the “Venetians” on their Gondolas only they werent Jews like they may very well be today in Venice) who lived on the Red Sea (one of the names) called Punt. Pontus was the Northern area of Turkey (Celt country) and Milesians were also considered Celts (you can be more than one thing you know?). You can be American, a New Yorker and be a New Yorker from Germany, but these are all geographical locations that also represent, at one time a specific people of that race.
I asked a lot of the Ukrainians about Phoenicians, but not many knew about Phoenicians or “Phoenike” I heard them being called. I also noticed that Mykolaiv (a city named after Michael the archangel like so many places in Eastern Europe) was also called Nikolaiv. This was something to “ponder” (another word from the Phoenike or Phoemike you might say in Odessa).
I could go on and on and on with this, but what really struck me over there was the beautiful women and I am not talking about painted up model type women I am talking about natural beauty, many of which could have come from my Irish neighborhood growing up, but many many more of them. Every day I saw someone who could have fit right into an Irish family I grew up with, some that were average and some that were beautiful beyond even our Jew TV screens.
This city, Odessa is also between several rivers starting with the “Dan” prefix, like the Dniepir, the Danube and the Dniester. Who went up the Danube first folks? The Tuatha De Danan (wikipedia says they followed the Goddess of Danu). No folks I don’t believe it, I don’t believe it a’tall!
The next time you hear about the Holodomor, Irish people…. better take it seriously!
to be continued…….