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Friday, June 23, 2017

Dennis Wise on Donald Trump:

This interview is from a few months ago.  Dennis Wise is a very humble man, but has great insights into what is going on in the world.

Dennis Wise on Hollywood:

Dennis Wise is the creator of Adolf Hitler, The Greatest Story Never Told, New World Order, Communism by the Backdoor, and The Secret Masonic Victory of WWII.

His websites were hacked, but are now restored:


Shocking video of police shooting wasn't enough to convict

Note, how in a case where the police were CLEARLY in the wrong and get away with it, there are no major nationwide protests.

The real reason behind abortion?

This is an actual headline and story:

Beyond Pro-Choice: The Solution to White Supremacy is White Abortion

In a progressive society, it is often white families that stand in the way of equality and justice. Systemic white supremacy depends, first and foremost, on the white family unit. When white conquerors forcefully penetrated the indigenous, egalitarian homeland of the Native peoples of America, they were quick to replicate their white societies, initiating their parasitism by establishing white plantations, headed by white fathers, submissive white mothers, and, most critically, white children, with full dominion over the enslaved and oppressed people of color that were forced to uphold these micro-fiefdoms.
It is no surprise, then, that America’s fascination with the white family unit has gone hand-in-hand with the historical proliferation of white supremacy. After Bacon’s Rebellion, white micro-fieftans thought it necessary to expand the definition of white family to encompass the entirety of white society, so as to coerce the working class to fight amongst itself based on racial lines. Whites are embedded from birth with the sense of common white identity, and this identity conditions them to replicate the white family unit, thus furthering the cycle of white supremacy in America. That is why the white family unit must be destroyed.
In 1973, the Supreme Court, consisting entirely of men, eight of whom were white, ruled that the termination of pregnancy was constitutional up until the third trimester. For decades, progressives have championed this decision as a victory for the cause of women’s rights. However, it is time we challenge this problematic notion.
First of all, it is critical to understand that the appeal to abortions being “Constitutional” reinforces white supremacy. There is no way around it. The Constitution was drafted and signed by white men, for white men. Slavery was Constitutional. The “right” to terrorize citizens through the bearing of arms is Constitutional. So-called “due process,” in which white juries condone the murder of innocent black men, is a Constitutional process. Being Constitutional does not make something progressive or innately valuable. In fact, Constitutionality is often synonymous with “exclusively beneficial to the white race.”
Second, the notion of “choice” in abortion is inherently white supremacist and ableist. Women of color do not often have the same privilege to choose termination as do white women. For social, religious, economic, and ethical reasons, women of color may experience roadblocks on the path to body autonomy that white women would never be forced to confront due to their privilege of being born in a white supremacist society that continually looks out for their needs. Under present circumstances, women of color simply do not have the absolute choice when it comes to their bodies. It is time to stop pretending that they stand on equal footing with white women, when it has been proven that the embedded systems of white supremacy do not act impartially to all women. Because white supremacy prevents women of color from their freedom to choose, we must level the playing field by other means.
White women: it is time to do your part! Your white children reinforce the white supremacist society that benefits you. If you claim to be progressive, and yet willingly birth white children by your own choice, you are a hypocrite. White women should be encouraged to abort their white children, and to use their freed-up time and resources to assist women of color who have no other choice but to raise their children. Women of color are in need of financial and humanitarian resources. As this white supremacist society continues to imprison black fathers, women of color are forced to stand alone in their plight to raise the next generation of Americans. White women: instead of devoting your time and energy to white children who will reinforce the struggles of women of color, how about asking women of color in what ways you can assist them in their self-liberation? How about adopting children of color who have lost their parents to the destructive white supremacist society that you have enabled and encouraged?
Of course, the best choice is to act preventatively to ensure that white children are not at risk of being born. But in circumstances in which termination and generation are the options, it is best to take advantage of your right to choose, and abort in favor of assisting women of color.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

when words are not needed....

The horrendous truth about the children of WWII!

The European Children of World War II. 
What happened to them when Germany surrendered? 
How did the Allied liberators of Europe treat them? 

Unlike the bovine excrement propaganda in books like "A Chance to Live" written by a heretical/apostate, John Paul II loving, communist masonic novus ordo Priest, this video shows the TRUTH!
The greatest trick our Judaic enemies ever pulled was turning our women from beautiful, traditional mothers into drunken, materialistic slobs.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

This is what (((they))) are afraid of the most.
You & Me getting together & fighting for a common goal.
Financial & Economic Freedom.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Another interesting video from Truthstream:

Putin Awards Large Families With The Order of Parental Glory

Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded parents to large families with "The Order of Parental Glory" on the eve of International Children's Day.

While Western nations have chosen to ignore their falling birth rates and the public let their rulers import millions of foreigners to replace them, Russia has dramatically raised their birth rates over the last 17 years.

Denmark has also had similar success in recent years through a simple government ad campaign.

These issues could be addressed easily if our governments wanted to, instead they'd rather import easier-to-manipulate foreigners who won't complain about having to work low wages and being sent to die in foreign wars.

The Order of Parental Glory was established by a Presidential Executive Order signed in May 2008 and is awarded to parents (or adoptive parents) raising 7 or more children and ensuring due care for their health, education, and physical, spiritual and moral development.

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President of Russia Vladimir Putin: Good afternoon, friends,

It is a real pleasure to welcome you here at the Kremlin on the eve of International Children's Day for this ceremony for presenting the Order of Parental Glory.

There are many truly happy people in this hall today. Together with your children you discover the world anew day after day, share pride in their achievements, see how your efforts develop their best qualities and talents, and, I am sure, do everything possible to help them become honest and decent people and worthy citizens of our country.

Of course, a large family is not just happiness but is above all a great labour and responsibility. This is a labour without breaks and weekends. Your children, their needs, problems and interests are always your top priority.

This noble and generous road in life is a path you have chosen at your own hearts' behest, and we see that your parental love is truly boundless. It reaches out to all children, whether your own, or adopted. Families like yours, large and full of generous parental love, embody centuries-old traditions of empathy and kindness, show through their example that no obstacles stand before the desire to act constructively and do good, and offer beacons for those reflecting on their own choice of future road.

Caring for children and helping them to fully develop their abilities is one of the main incentives that take people, families and society in general forward. Over these last years, our country has done a lot to support motherhood and childhood. We do have results. There are more and more families bringing up two or more children, including families with foster or adopted children.

Of course, we will continue to do all we can to ensure decent living conditions for families with children and for ensuring that children no longer under the care of their parents live in families. I emphasise that the regional and local authorities can do much in this area. The officials at the grassroots level are better placed to see the problems of large families. We need to be aware of these problems, understand them and seek to help. This applies to all important everyday problems, including housing. It is always possible to find a solution if we address the problems in concrete fashion.

Friends, through you, I want to thank all large, friendly families in our country and wish you all health and prosperity.

Thank you for your attention.


Vladimir Putin: Once again, let me congratulate you all. I want to say one more thing.

This is not my first such ceremony. But what always brings me joy at these occasions is that these ceremonies bring such good people here. This goodness literally hangs in the air, it's tangible, you can feel it. It is no doubt because you have such spirit and great hearts that you achieve such beautiful success in life.

May God grant you all good health, good luck and happiness!
WAKE UP - Trump is not your savior!

Monday, June 19, 2017

The attack on Fatherhood - some great points in this video about the importance of a father in the home...

Hitler discussing the issue of Palestine
Very interesting exchange on GMO...

Of course, at the beginning she throws out the term: "fascist" without knowledge of what fascism was.  She would likely be surprised to learn that it was National Socialist Germany that was the first nation to invest in nutritional research and share it with it's population.

The state must declare the child to be the most precious treasure of the people.... Adolf Hitler

National Socialist Germany had the strictest laws against abortion of any modern nation. Abortionists faced the death penalty and women who had abortions faced prison!
"As a Christian I have no duty to allow myself to be cheated, but I have the duty to be a fighter for truth and justice."

Adolf Hitler

When femininity was a virtue...

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Israel Gives Secret Aid to Syrian Rebels

srael has been regularly supplying Syrian rebels near its border with cash as well as food, fuel and medical supplies for years, a secret engagement in the enemy country’s civil war aimed at carving out a buffer zone populated by friendly forces.
The Israeli army is in regular communication with rebel groups and its assistance includes undisclosed payments to commanders that help pay salaries of fighters and buy ammunition and weapons, according to interviews with about half a dozen Syrian fighters. Israel has established a military unit that oversees the support in Syria—a country that it has been in a state of war with for decades—and set aside a specific budget for the aid, said one person familiar with the Israeli operation.
Israel has in the past acknowledged treating some 3,000 wounded Syrians, many of them fighters, in its hospitals since 2013 as well as providing humanitarian aid such as food and clothing to civilians near the border during winter. But interviews with half a dozen rebels and three people familiar with Israel’s thinking reveal that the country’s involvement is much deeper and more coordinated than previously known and entails direct funding of opposition fighters near its border for years.
“Israel stood by our side in a heroic way,” said Moatasem al-Golani, spokesman for the rebel group Fursan al-Joulan, or Knights of the Golan. “We wouldn’t have survived without Israel’s assistance.”
Israel’s aim is to keep Iran-backed fighters allied to the Syrian regime, such as the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, away from the 45-mile stretch of border on the divided Golan Heights, the three people said.
But its support for rebels risks heightening tension with President Bashar al-Assad’s government, which has long accused Israel of helping rebel groups. Mr. Assad has said Israel supports rebel groups and launches airstrikes in Syrian territory to undermine his hold on power. Israel has said it doesn’t favor any one outcome in the civil war.
Israel captured part of the Golan Heights from Syria in the 1967 war and later annexed it—a move the international community doesn’t recognize.
The threat of a permanent presence of Iranian and Hezbollah forces on the Syrian side of the strategic plateau could drag Israel’s military further into a conflict that it has watched warily but mostly stayed out of since it began in 2011. Israeli officials haven’t ruled out such an escalation at a time when they are cultivating other alliances with Arab states against their common enemy—Iran.
Fursan al-Joulan’s commander, who goes by the nickname Abu Suhayb, says his group gets roughly $5,000 a month from Israel. It isn’t linked to the Western-backed Free Syrian Army and doesn’t receive Western funding or arms.
The office of Israel’s prime minister referred questions to the Israeli military, which didn’t respond to requests for comment on whether it was sending cash to or dealing directly with rebel commanders in the Golan region. It said only that it was “committed to securing the borders of Israel and preventing the establishment of terror cells and hostile forces … in addition to providing humanitarian aid to the Syrians living in the area.”
The person familiar with Israel’s assistance confirmed that cash moves across the border but said it goes for humanitarian purposes. However, rebels interviewed said they use the cash to pay fighters’ salaries and to buy weapons and ammunition—something the Israeli military wouldn’t comment on.
Iran and its Lebanese proxy Hezbollah have played a major role in propping up Mr. Assad’s forces. That help, as well as significant military intervention by Russia, has given the regime the upper hand in the multisided war.
Given the ascendancy of Iran in the war, Israel now fears it will establish control of a strip of land in Syria and Iraq that could be used to transport weapons to military bases in southern Lebanon and the Syrian side of the Golan.
Israeli officials have several times accused the Syrian regime and its Iranian and Shiite allies of planning attacks against Israel from Syrian side of the Golan. By contrast, Israeli officials have pointed out that rebels in that area have never tried to attack.
An Islamic State affiliate also has carved out a pocket of control on the south end of the Syrian Golan and clashes with rebels at times. Its fighters exchanged fire with Israeli forces last year.
The Israeli army has occasionally intervened in the Syrian war by launching airstrikes to stop suspected Iranian arms shipments bound for Hezbollah in Lebanon.
This effort to set up a de facto buffer zone in Syria is reminiscent of another Israeli scheme to protect its northern border by carving out a so-called security zone in south Lebanon during that country’s civil war in the 1970s and 1980s. Known as the “Good Fence” policy, it preceded an Israeli invasion of south Lebanon in 1982 that helped spawn Hezbollah. Hezbollah battled the Israelis until they withdrew in 2000.
Israel has dubbed the current Golan operation “The Good Neighborhood” policy, according Ehud Ya’ari, a fellow at the Washington Institute and Israeli political analyst briefed on Israel’s support to Syrian militias. It began under former Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon and continued under his successor, Avigdor Lieberman.
The fighters said rebel groups scattered across a roughly 125-square-mile border zone regularly deal with Israel.
“It’s a matter of interests,” said the person familiar with Israeli policy. Israel offers the humanitarian support and in return gets a “buffer zone” of local militias defending themselves.
Fursan al-Joulan is the main rebel group coordinating with Israel, according to fighters. It first made contact with the Israeli military in 2013 and Israel soon began sending cash and other aid, fighters said.
The group had just launched an offensive against regime forces in southwestern Quneitra province, which encompasses the Syrian side of the Golan, according to the spokesman Mr. Golani, who uses a nom de guerre.
The fighters carried wounded comrades to a border point where they were met by Israeli soldiers speaking Arabic, said Mr. Golani. Relatives of the wounded men pleaded for help and ambulances soon arrived to take the injured to hospitals in Israel. The moment was a turning point that opened communication between Israel and the moderate faction of opposition fighters, he said.
For Mr. Golani, the contact was also bittersweet. His cousin had died shortly before the encounter, killed by shrapnel that sliced open his stomach. He said he believes his cousin would have survived with surgery.
Fursan al-Joulan, based in Quneitra province, has roughly 400 fighters loosely allied with four other rebel groups on the Golan that also receive Israeli aid, according to the commander Abu Suhayb and other rebels. Some of these other groups are affiliated with the Free Syrian Army or receive other Western funding and weapons.
In total, there are roughly 800 rebel fighters across more than a dozen villages in this area, where thousands of civilians live, fighters said. Many of the rebels and civilians in this area rely on some level of support from Israel, they added.
“Most people want to cooperate with Israel,” said a fighter with rebel group Liwaa Ousoud al-Rahman, also fighting on the Golan.


  • 2011:Syrian uprising against Iran-backed President Bashar al-Assad begins.
  • 2012: Syrian rebel group the Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade, which has a presence in the divided Golan Heights near Israel’s border, forms and later declares allegiance to Islamic State. It then joins with other groups to form the Khalid ibn al-Walid Army, an offshoot of Islamic State.
  • 2013: Israel acknowledges it is treating Syrians wounded in the war in hospitals near the border. Secretly, the military begins to build a relationship with rebel commanders on the Syrian side of the Golan and starts sending aid.
  • January 2015: An alleged Israeli airstrike kills Hezbollah militants and a general in Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps near Quneitra province in the Golan Heights. Israel later says the militants were planning to attack Israelis.
  • June 2015: Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Ya’alon says Israel is helping Syrian rebels with medical treatment in return for assurances they won’t attack the Druse—a religious minority group that straddles the Israeli and Syrian sides of the Golan.
  • September 2015: Russia enters the war on the side of the Assad regime, tipping the balance of power in favor of the Iran-backed president.
  • December 2015: Lebanese Hezbollah militant Samir Kuntar dies in an alleged Israeli airstrike in Damascus suburb. Israeli officials later say he was planning attacks against Israel from the Syrian side of the Golan.
  • 2016: Israel secretly sets up an army unit and budget to manage relationship with rebels and civilians on the Golan Heights, say people familiar with the policy.
  • November 2016: An Israeli airstrike kills four Khalid ibn al-Walid militants in Syrian Golan after Israeli soldiers come under fire.
  • March 2017: Israeli warplanes carry out airstrikes inside Syria, drawing fire from antiaircraft missiles in the most intense military exchange between the two countries since the start of the Syrian conflict.
  • June 2017: Syrian rebels say they have been receiving cash from Israel for the past four years that they use to help pay salaries of fighters and buy ammunition and weapons.

Give some serious thought to this one!

I have personally seen in my own family and at the homes of many elderly people dozens and dozens of bottles of prescription pills that they take daily!
The attack is on....

All of the websites run and owned by Dennis Wise have been shut down.  

The truth is always silenced by the wicked of this world.
Who is ISIS?

This video clip is from November 2015 after the Parish attacks, but the points are clear:

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Dietrich Eckart was the founder of the German Workers Party - The (DAP) and was of great influence to Adolf Hitler, who later turned the German Workers Party into the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP).

Many try to claim that Eckart was a pagan and racist - this is imply not true - here is an interesting quote from Eckart:

"I am a Catholic, Dr. Wirth, and precisely for this reason I refuse most decisively to allow you, in your un-Catholic shallowness, to abuse the name of Catholic."

Dietrich Eckart to Center Party Leader Joseph Wirth
September, 1921

He even signed many "letters to the editor" of various newspapers: "Dietrich Eckart, Catholic"

The more I research the more I find that National Socialism was thoroughly Roman Catholic and those today who attack it are, as Eckart said: "un-Catholic, shallow, and not worthy of the name Catholic"  Including Priests like the idiot Fr. Joseph Noonan who knows full well what the truth is, but willfully hides it!

Contrary to what the Jews who control the media today would have you believe, life was once much closer to those images than one might imagine!

It was destroyed in the years following the Judaic Communist victory of WWII!

Everything you know about this man comes from the Jewish controlled media. government, and education system!

What if what these storytellers sold you is a Jewish scripted narrative that is untrue?

What if the Jews are the real enemy (as the Bible says: 1 Thessalonians 2:15), and Hitler was fighting against their agenda of global conquest?
ummm "told ya so...."

Trump ran as a foreign-policy realist. Instead he’s become another interventionist neocon

Well, that was fast.
In the space of roughly three months, president Donald J. Trump went from voicing much-needed skepticism of American foreign policy to embracing previous administrations’ foreign-policy orthodoxy of endless military interventions abroad.
On the campaign trail, Trump frequently criticized America’s forever-wars in the Middle East—for which, as candidate Trump reminded his adoring fans, “we have gotten nothing.” He also questioned the Obama administration’s needless and counterproductive antagonism of Russia, the world’s leading nuclear power, largest oil producer and fourth-largest military power.
A year ago last April, as it was becoming alarmingly clear that Trump just might become the Republican nominee, candidate Trump gave what was billed as a major foreign policy address in which he declared his intent “to shake the rust off America’s foreign policy.”
Trump told a crowd of Republican foreign policy specialists that, in his view, America was dangerously overstretched. Under presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, said Trump, “We went from mistakes in Iraq to Egypt to Libya, to president Obama’s line in the sand in Syria. Each of these actions have helped to throw the region into chaos and gave ISIS the space it needs to grow and prosper.” The root cause of the all the turmoil was, according to Trump, “a dangerous idea that we could make Western democracies out of countries that had no experience or interests in becoming a Western democracy.”
Declarations of this sort infuriated the self-appointed guardians of the foreign policy establishment, particularly the neocons who threw their support behind the doomed candidacies of Lindsey Graham and Marco Rubio. Some critics mocked Trump’s “America First” foreign policy as “confused and unpredictable” and one that would “threaten our allies.”
Yet Trump’s repeated criticism of the wars of choice in Iraq and Libya, as well as his criticism of the Obama’s policy towards Russia, gave others hope that Trump was, at the very least, no neocon. JD Gordon, a former Naval commander and Pentagon spokesman under George W. Bush, wrote that in his view, “Donald Trump is a realist and a tough negotiator.” Gordon, who served as a policy adviser to Mike Huckabee and Herman Cain, said that Trump “understands that wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have cost us dearly in blood and treasure, yet haven’t fundamentally made us much safer.”
Former Clinton State Department official and Foreign Policy columnist Rosa Brooks wrote a column entitled: “Donald Trump Has a Coherent, Realist Foreign Policy.” According to Brooks, “Trump has little time for either neoconservatives or liberal interventionists; he thinks they allow their belief in American virtue to blind them to both America’s core interests and the limits of American power.”
Brooks doubled down on her thesis in July, just as the Republican convention was wrapping up. Only Trump, wrote Brooks, “can end 70 years of dangerous tensions with Russia—by extending a hand of friendship to our longtime adversary.”
On the eve of the election, sensible realists like The American Conservatives Daniel McCarthy wrote that “Donald Trump represents a rejection of the path America’s leaders have followed for a quarter-century.” Likewise, TAC founding editor Scott McConnell said that he “will vote enthusiastically for Donald Trump.” For McConnell, Trump’s “skepticism about military intervention (and opposition to the Iraq War), rejection of the exceedingly dangerous Beltway groupthink moving us toward confrontation with Russia—are as important as ever and ought to be primary concerns of the GOP going forward.”
In a way, Trump’s elliptical (and at times baffling) diction allowed for otherwise astute observers to hear in Trump’s foreign-policy pronouncements exactly what they wanted to hear. Trump had also asserted, particularly at the Republican primary debates, that he was “the most militaristic guy on the stage.” But many people critical of American interventionism overlooked these moments, hoping—in vain as it turns out—that real change was in the offing.
Now, hopes for a policy truly based on narrower, more realistic, and more ethical conception of US national interests have foundered on the shoals of post-election reality. In roughly three months in office, Trump has appointed virulent anti-Iran hawks like James Mattis and H.R. McMaster to his cabinet; has appointed an inexperienced mountebank and extreme anti-Russia hawk as his UN Ambassador; has ratcheted up tensions on the Korean peninsula; and has launched an illegal, unilateral and reckless air strike against Syria. He has kowtowed to all the familiar Beltway shibboleths, assuring the arbiters of establishment opinion that he no longer views NATO as “obsolete” all the while making grotesque overtures to the House of Saud.
Explaining Trump’s apparent transformation into a hardcore neocon is pretty straightforward. Trump is a man with zero guiding or animating principles, but for one: the pursuit of adulation. And Trump quickly found that by playing to the prejudices of the mandarins of the foreign policy establishment—bombing Syria, appointing hardliners to his cabinet and National Security Council, and dropping a horrifically destructive bomb over Afghanistan—he could finally receive the praise that had, until recently, eluded him.
And so people who found themselves agreeing with some aspects of Trump’s platform on the campaign trail must accept this fundamental truth: Trump does not pursue policies because he believes in them. He makes policy choices based on what he thinks will win him praise in an effort to sate his raging megalomania.
Some may point to Trump’s rejection of neocon luminary and Iran-contra convict Eliot Abrams as evidence that Trump really does represent a break with the past. But that is mistaken. Trump rejected Abrams for the job of deputy secretary of state not because of ideological differences but because he felt disrespected by Abrams’ comments about him during the campaign. It was pique, not policy, that torpedoed Abrams.
Hopes for a detente with Russia under Trump have also proved to be misplaced. The tiresome narrative that Trump is a stooge of Russian president Vladimir Putin is belied by Trump’s personnel choices. Consider the fact that Trump has appointed outspoken Putin critic Fiona Hill as the top NSC official on Russia, while putting a number of Heritage Foundation functionaries in charge of staffing the State Department.
Meanwhile, erstwhile Trump supporters are beginning to wonder if they were sold a bill of goods. Writing in the Los Angeles Times last week, the libertarian journalist and stalwart anti-interventionist Justin Raimondo wrote that he feels “the sting of betrayal.” “As the elites rush to embrace the president,” Raimondo wrote, “those of us who supported him are horrified, angry and increasingly convinced that instead of draining the swamp, Trump has jumped headlong into it.”
Somewhere, Bill Kristol is smiling.

Shallow thinking people just cannot get past the bovine excrement and see the truth of the matter!