14 November, 2018

Wisconsin: Ooooo, an Arm Gesture in a Photo — Scary. (Not)

Posted by Socrates in ancient Rome, Catholicism, Marxism, National Socialism, Naziphobia, Nazis, Roman or Caesar salute, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture at 2:36 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: Catholics salute, circa 1925)

This is ridiculous. What’s to “investigate” here? A stiff-arm gesture? That needs to be investigated by the police?? Gimme a break. Would they be so concerned if the guys in the photo were giving the Marxist closed-fist salute instead? It’s very unlikely. (By the way, the so-called “Nazi salute” is actually known as the Roman or Caesar salute (see it in the famous painting “The Oath of the Horatii” by Jacques-Louis David). That salute was used in Catholic schools, too. It’s 2,000 years old). [Article].

  • 5 Responses to “Wisconsin: Ooooo, an Arm Gesture in a Photo — Scary. (Not)”

    1. Pierre Says:

      Great song in French on the Roman salute, Ce geste (that gesture) by the French nationalist all-women group. Les Brigandes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QpsoBNR7Zw

    2. fd Says:

      It’s the Nazi salute. Note that most of them have their arm at a right slant.

    3. Antagonistes Says:

      What the salute means is this:

      The right arm goes to the heart, and then out. It means: my heart to you; that is, my openness, my confidance, my allegiance, my truth, etc.

    4. fd Says:


    5. The Red Skull Says:

      Duz the poop eating Pope know about this?