21 April, 2014

More Those-Evil-Nazis Movies

Posted by Socrates in Hollywood, jewed culture, Nazi era, Nazis, propaganda, Socrates, Who Rules America?, World War II at 2:06 pm | Permanent Link

It’s early 2014, but already there have been several films in the movie theaters about Nazis: “The Monuments Men,” “Stalingrad” and now there’s a new one, “Walking With the Enemy.” And there are more such movies to come this year. Jewish Hollywood’s favorite sport is Nazi-bashing.


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  7. 4 Responses to “More Those-Evil-Nazis Movies”

    1. Tim MCGreen Says:

      I think it’s safe to say that Hebrewood and the Jews in general have a “Nazi fetish”. Jews love to dress up like Nazis, they love to pretend they’re Nazis, they wish they were Nazis. Why, they even established an illegal state in Palestine based on the principles of National S********(a negative, Jewish interpretation of NS, that is).

      I think it’s also safe to say that Hitler and Nazism are the best things that ever happened to Hebrewood, since the Jews can automatically expect to make millions of shekels from any movie or TV show that has “NAZIS” in it!

      But this is the 100th anniversary of the Great War, so how about a few good WWI movies for a change, assholes? Oh, wait, there weren’t any “NAZIS” in that one, were there?

    2. CW-2 Says:

      We should laugh at the antics of Jewywood. Try as hard as they can to make an anti-German WW11 film they don’t succeed. Something of the unassailable dignity of the German people and the honor of the Wehrmakt come bursting triumphantly out of the screen.

      PS one of the best WW1 flicks is ‘The Blue Max (1966).

    3. Tim MCGreen Says:

      Yes, The Blue Max, starring George Peppard and Ursula Andress, I think, is a cool movie. Another good WWI film is “Zeppelin”(1971), starring Michael York.

    4. Howdy Doody Says:

      Hogan’s Hero’s had an ALL KIKE CAST at least those dressed as Honorable defenders of Europe, they got their jolly’s doing these roles, u betcha!