29 December, 2007

United Nations to Be In Comic Book

Posted by Socrates in comic books, globalization, jews, New World Order, UN at 1:58 pm | Permanent Link

Maybe if China wasn’t on its Security Council, the UN would enjoy a better image? But even then, what about infamous UN fiascoes, like Katanga? Interestingly, both the UN and American comic books have Jewish roots [1][2][3]:


[1] about the UN and Katanga: [Here]

[2] about Jews, superheroes and American comic books: [Here]

[3] the UN’s Jewish founders include Leo Pasvolsky, Victor Perlo, Solomon Adler and Harry Dexter White. More on Pasvolsky: [Here]

  • 11 Responses to “United Nations to Be In Comic Book”

    1. Celtic Warrior Says:

      As a kid I used to like reading “World Illustrated”, a spin-off from “Classics Illustrated”. I didn’t pay much attention to the center pages which had a few paragraphs on crap like ‘Great Negro Americans’ and stuff on saint ‘Samuel Gompertz’. Only recently did I realise the publication was a typical jew piece of propaganda aimed at kids.

      Of course the kike has moved up a gear and is now peddling pornography at Aryan kids.

    2. Antagonistes Says:

      I don’t think Jews created the comic.

      I have found out that there were Doc Savage comics books long before Superman or Spiderman.

      And, today, Frazetta and many others certainly aren’t Jewish.

      I think the Jews took something that Aryans invented (and was not held in much repute), ran with it, tied it in with popular culture, and
      made it big.

      That said, I still enjoy(ed) the underdog, lonely geek status of Peter Parker in the Spiderman comics, perhaps because that is the way I was in those days. Nothing wrong with that.

      And we White people need a friendly, easy-going spirit of SUPERIORITY!

    3. Thoughtcrime Says:

      so wait, it’s OK for jooze to feel superior, but we must not?
      so what happens when you don’t believe in god? guess that whole ‘god’s chosen people’ BS goes out the window then huh?
      also that article on jooze and comix was absurd to the max. few excerpts:

      overactive Jewish imaginations.
      People of the Book
      displaying some superhuman chutzpah.

      and THIS one:

      I don’t know if it’s in the genes, I don’t know if it’s the heritage, but there’s a thing about Jews and communication.”

      i think the writer MEANT to say MIScommunication
      still more:

      They put the biggest emphasis on finding a job you could use your brains at.”
      Some just wanted to get filthy rich.

      His skill at hucksterism (you don’t say??)

      “Superman, you don’t think he’s Jewish? Coming over from the old country, changing his name like that. Clark Kent, only a Jew would pick a name like that for himself.” (name changing? what??)

      Lee wanted to give himself a more “mainstream”-sounding name.

      All the heroes then had secret identities. And the writers had to pass as gentiles. (and WHY is this?)

      Let’s face it: Jews, including me, tend to think they’re a little superior (no! really???)

    4. Antagonistes Says:

      “Let’s face it: Jews, including me, tend to think they’re a little superior …”

      Thoughtcrime, dude, are you Jewish?

    5. Antagonistes Says:

      By the way, Aryan spirituality does not preclude belief in God.

      We just don’t believe in a God modeled after some despotic Middle-eastern monarch-despot.

      In the ancient Middle-east, when you were in the presence of the king, you had to act like you were in a state of rapture, or he could actually have you put to death for not being happy in his presence. And if he wanted your wife to be a part of his harem, he could take her. If you protested, you were toast.

    6. America First Says:

      For the record though the U.N. was not built till 1948 in NYC and the SAME year the Bandit state came in to being legal per the U.N.

      When Douglas MacArthur accepted the Japanese Surrender, hapan signed the surrender to the U.N. Not U.S. On The Deck of the Battle Ship Missouri.

    7. Socrates Says:

      In answer to a question about Alex: personal matters have prevented Alex from posting as often as he’d like to.

    8. jigaboos j. jigabooze Says:

      It may be a joke, but it’z no laughing matter.

    9. Thoughtcrime Says:

      # Antagonistes Says:
      29 December, 2007 at 7:56 pm

      “Let’s face it: Jews, including me, tend to think they’re a little superior …”

      Thoughtcrime, dude, are you Jewish?

      Dude, did you even read the article from which I’m quoting?

    10. Booger Says:

      You know i grew up reading comics, and i turned out to be a solid,sane,un-pc white ntionalist,but it highly disturbed me to find ever-present perfidious JEW has his hand in the comic business. I knew Superman was the creation of 2 jews, but i didn’t know the creator of batman was a jew.well,love the character,not the creator.The most crushing revelation was that Stan “The Man” Lee is a JEW!AAaaAAAaaaRRRRGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!Stan Leiber?Is there nothing sacred?Well it makes sense as i had noticed some Multi-Racial Propagnda in some titles before i quit collecting.However-i always prefered The RED SKULL to Captain America.I read an article that said Marvel had deceided to end the Captain America Title and had selected Assassination for Cap as the way they would off him.How appropriate- the Jews kill our country like they kill our heroes,in the most despicable manner possible.

    11. 1492 Says:

      “there was no anti-White propaganda involved; heck, even the name “superman” comes from Nietzsche. ”
      The Jews took what had been a lofty philosophical concept, the Übermensch, the next step up the evolutionary ladder (and a eugenic ideal of the Nazis), and cheapened it by turning it into a comic strip character that nobody would take seriously. It went from being philosophy to comics. I would call that degradation.

      Only Jews would do that — and they KNEW what they were doing. They had to be familiar with Nietzsche, and with Nazi ideals. They were taking a central tenet of the Nazis and trashing it. Just imagine turning the Blessed Virgin or Jesus into a comic strip character! How would Catholics feel?

      I’m sure you right that comics are getting sicker, more twisted and degenerate today but I wouldn’t know. I haven’t read them since I was a kid. No loss. Jews always have to top themselves, “break new barriers”. At least the old comics did promote clear moral standards.