Ok, so here’s a little taste of a rabbit trail I’ve been going down lately… It started when yesterday I was watching a couple of youtube vids on a blog (which now I can’t seem to find for the life of me) on the history of the “Star of David”, and towards the end it was talking about how Mayer Rothschild adopted this symbol as basically the logo of his ‘lending house’ in Frankfurt. 1,199 more words
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Food For Thought: Why Is It Illegal To Be Anti-Semite?
Just asking the above question is enough to be branded Anti-Semite, and be subjected to further discrimination as well as abuse of my rights as a human being. 1,470 more words
‘Patriot Porn’ and the Celebration of Psychopathy….. Yup, Hollywood just made another war-film….
( It seems as though producing the blockbuster Movie Of The War is now as much an integral component of the USA’s murderous and insane Zionist-inspired foreign policy as the theft of oil, installation of Rothschild Central Banks, or privatization of water supply.) 316 more words
Mouton Cadet is the younger, more accessible (read: cheaper – hallelujah!), entry-level range of Bordeaux wines created by Baron Philippe de Rothschild in 1930. For the uninitiated, he is the man behind one of Bordeaux’s five great first growth crus – Chateau Mouton-Rothschild, situated in Pauillac, which is arguably the best appellation in all of Left Bank Bordeaux because of its two other equally glamorous residents – Chateau Lafite-Rothschild and Chateau Latour. 100 more words
December 12., 1972: The annual Rothschild Surrealist Ball.
The requirements for the evening were “Black tie, long dresses & Surrealist heads” nothing more, nothing less. In keeping with the theme, the invitation sent was actually written backwards – to read the invite you had to hold it up to a mirror. 176 more words
Mark Clemison, in a speech, had this to say:
William Booth who founded the Salvation Army adopted my grandfather.
Booth was a missionary did who great work, going into brothels and bars and getting people out, preaching the great message. 1,982 more words