18 October, 2012

It’s the Democratic Way: Memorials to Lying Warmongers

Posted by Socrates in Baruch, democracy, democrazy, Felix Frankfurter, History for newbies, Hitler, Horsejews of the Apocalypse, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, jewed politics, Poland, politics, Roosevelt, Socrates, World War II at 9:00 pm | Permanent Link

Dr. Pierce once said that democracy encourages lying. It’s true. What is a Western politician but a “liar with charisma”? Look at this new memorial park – called “Four Freedoms Park” – honoring the liar who played a major role in starting World War II [1]. While F.D. Roosevelt said that he was going to keep America out of another war, in reality he was doing his best to get America into WWII. One of the “Four Freedoms” is “freedom from fear.” Huh?? Isn’t a world war frightening? Of course it is. What an ass Roosevelt was. Of course, FDR was merely a political puppet. The people who really pushed America into WWII were Jews, such as Bernard Baruch, William C. Bullitt, Benjamin V. Cohen and Felix Frankfurter – the Horsejews of the Apocalypse.

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[1] in 1939, FDR pressured England to not make any bargains with Hitler re: Poland. Of course, that pressure was wrong, because Germany was legally entitled to parts of Poland


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  7. 6 Responses to “It’s the Democratic Way: Memorials to Lying Warmongers”

    1. CW-2 Says:

      That jewYork Times article really enjoys rubbing our faces in the dirt. Spot the White children in picture of the school kids milling around Clinton, there aren’t any.
      Anyway, we can confidently hope that at some future date our bulldozers will raze FDR park, along with all other monuments to war criminals Churchill and De Gaulle.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      CW is right, where are the human children in that photo? All those pickaninnies are from Staten Island? I thought that was a mostly White borough of NYC. Those Muds are all over the damn place, like vermin. But then again, they ARE vermin.

      Hopefully, this new memorial park will be just another place for Black gangs to vandalize with their stolen cans of spray paint. Such activity is a true legacy of Franklin Roosenfeld, the Evil Empire’s first Dutch Jew tyrant.

    3. Howdy Doody Says:

      Staten Island was the last hold out for White enclave’s, but building the Verrazano Narrow’s bridge which was another great White engineering feat along with the 1965 LBJ/Joo cabal to smash US borders give US contstant war, and let US have White genocide.

      Queen’s and Long Island were White strong holds, but that was over decades ago.

      NYC is no place for White’s.

      NYC was built by White’s, as was Philly, Boston and other locations. these citie’s made the goods that the entire Nation needed. The products were quality too.

      Every great White city on Earth today is in shambles with free ranging savages, and jooo are running the regime, and media, so there you.

      As for the WW 2 it was 27 months and Whites of the US said NO WAR ! Loud and clear was the call of fuck you and your war FDR.

      So Dec. 7, 1941 was hatched and now we are paying for this treason.

      http://www.sweetliberty.org/issues/wars/germanyandengland/1.shtml

      Now NYC is nothing but a enemy alien anti White city.

    4. Howdy Doody Says:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verrazano-Narrows_Bridge
      The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge is a double-decked suspension bridge that connects the boroughs of Staten Island and Brooklyn in New York City at the Narrows, the reach connecting the relatively protected upper bay with the larger lower bay.

      The bridge is named for both the Italian explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano, the first known European navigator in the service of the French crown to enter New York Harbor and the Hudson River, and for the body of water it spans: the Narrows. It has a center span of 4,260 feet (1,298 m) and was the longest suspension bridge in the world at the time of its completion in 1964, until it was surpassed by the Humber Bridge in the United Kingdom in 1981. It now has the ninth longest main span in the world, is still the longest bridge span in the Americas, and its massive towers can be seen throughout a good part of the New York metropolitan area, including from spots in all five boroughs of New York City and in New Jersey.

      The bridge furnishes a critical link in the local and regional highway system. Since 1976, it has been the starting point of the New York City Marathon.[4] The bridge marks the gateway to New York Harbor; all cruise ships and most container ships arriving at the Port of New York and New Jersey must pass underneath the bridge and thus must be built to accommodate the clearance under the bridge. This is most notable in the case of the ocean liner RMS Queen Mary 2.

    5. Howdy Doody Says:

      Naming controversy

      The naming of the bridge for Verrazzano was controversial. It was first proposed in 1951 by the Italian Historical Society of America, when the bridge was in the planning stage. After Robert Moses turned down the initial proposal, the society undertook a public relations campaign to re-establish the reputation of the largely forgotten Verrazzano and to promote the idea of naming the bridge for him. The campaign was largely the effort of Society director John N. LaCorte, who in 1954 successfully lobbied New York Governor W. Averell Harriman to proclaim April 17 (the anniversary of Verrazano’s arrival in the harbor) as Verrazano Day. Subsequent efforts by LaCorte resulted in similar proclamations by governors of states along the East Coast. After these successes, LaCorte reapproached the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority, but was turned down a second time. The manager of the authority, backed by Moses, said the name was too long and that he had never heard of Verrazzano.[15]

      The society later succeeded in lobbying to get a bill introduced in the New York State Assembly that would name the bridge for the explorer. After the introduction of the bill, the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce joined the society in promoting the name. The bill was signed into law in 1960 by Governor Nelson Rockefeller.[16] Although the controversy seemed settled, the naming issue rose again in the last year of construction after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. A petition to name the bridge for Kennedy received thousands of signatures. In response, LaCorte contacted United States Attorney General Robert Kennedy, the president’s brother, who told LaCorte that he would make sure the bridge would not be named for his brother. (Idlewild Airport, New York’s major international airport, was renamed after Kennedy instead.)[15]

      Even so, the official name was widely ignored by local news outlets at the time of the dedication. Some radio announcers and newspapers omitted any reference to Verrazano, referring to the bridge as the Narrows Bridge, or the Brooklyn-Staten Island Bridge. The society continued its lobbying efforts to promote the name in the following years until the name became firmly established. Today, it is often referred to as just “the Verrazano.”[15

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      Interesting IMO that New York Governor W. Averell Harriman, was the same Harriman the FDR sent to the USSR to build whole factories to fight Europe with by shipping over the North Atlantic in 1941-42.

      Uncle paid US back by helping to murder our people in 1950-52 Korea that hot war.

      Stalin knew how to return a favor.

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      Howdy, that bridge was used in a memorable scene from one of Stalin’s
      favorite movies, Saturday Night Fever. (The late Jewish film critic Gene Siskel bought Tony Munero’s white disco suit. Can you imagine nebbishy Gene Siskel in such a getup?)

      http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_mlPoGU4VqSk/R9fqyRajUKI/AAAAAAAAB1Y/ZewvmetwwDQ/s400/article-fever2.jpg

      http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3051/2546321985_c47273491d_z.jpg?zz=1

      Damn that Slick Willie, he’s got no sense of decency. Wherever there’s a reporter or a press camera around that besotted old red-nosed bastard shows up and hogs all the attention, like at that Roosenfeld Island event. Another self-promoting ass-whole who is sure to show up at every public ceremony is Rudy Ghouliani. He and Clinton try to out-do each other in demonstrating their fealty to King Kike.