Archive for the 'Jewish myths' Category

31 October, 2008

Posted by Socrates in jew mentality, jewish authors, Jewish myths, Socrates, World War II at 8:40 pm | Permanent Link

Jewish author Louis “Studs” Terkel popularized – but apparently didn’t coin – the term for World War II, “The Good War,” which is the name of a book for which he won a Pulitzer Prize in 1985. How can a conflict that killed tens of millions of White people be “good”? (That’s a trick question): […]

25 October, 2008

Posted by Socrates in Hitler, jewed culture, Jewish myths, Nazi era, Nazis, political correctness, propaganda, Semitical Correctness, Socrates at 12:37 am | Permanent Link

Adolf Hitler: The most over-demonized man in history. No words or deeds, no matter how innocent, are allowed to go uncriticized or uncensored if they might make Hitler “look human.” Of course, it “must” be that way, otherwise White citizens would discover the truth about The Führer: [Article].

12 September, 2008

Posted by Socrates in Einstein, jewed culture, Jewed science, Jewish myths, Jewish symbols, media control, Socrates at 4:43 pm | Permanent Link

Einstein wasn’t an infallible super-genius? Then why does everybody think that he was? [Article].

9 September, 2008

Posted by Socrates in Fascism, Frankfurt School, Italy, jewed culture, jewish hate & hypocrisy, Jewish myths, Jewish Tyranny, Socrates at 12:10 am | Permanent Link

One of them is that fascism isn’t evil. Newbies, note that fascism was nothing more than a logical reaction to Jewish/Marxist revolutionary movements [1]: [Article]. [1] Trivia: according to the self-serving study “The Authoritarian Personality” (1950; written by Jews such as T. Adorno and E. Frenkel-Brunswick), White males have dictator-like personalities and are predisposed to […]

10 March, 2008

Posted by Socrates in Jewish genetics, Jewish myths, Patrick Grimm, Socrates at 5:48 pm | Permanent Link

Make no mistake: Grimm’s work is excellent. However, by publishing this interview, he may inadvertently be fostering two myths about the Jews. The first one is the Khazar myth. Dr. John R. Baker, in his classic book “Race,” says that the Khazars are not related to Ashkenazim Jews [1]. The second myth is that Jews […]