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Leftie Social-Democrat ex-Chancellor Gerhard Schröder is fast friends with Vladimir Putin

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2014-10-01 21:13

Schröder with President of Russia Vladimir Putin in Moscow on 9 May 2005, sealing their new oil/gas partnership. 

Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder today called for an end to Germany's sanctions against Russia. Of the various reasons he might have, one must be that he is a top stockholder representative of Nord Stream AG, the Russian-German natural gas pipeline company that's 51% owned by Russia's state-monopoly Gazprom.

“Germany doesn’t need a new Russia policy based on confrontation, as is being demanded by some hawks,” Schroeder said Wednesday. He said he was proud to understand Russia’s position and urged a return to “detente,” the policy of easing tension in Europe during the Cold War. [During the "cold war" the Soviet Union had tyrannical control over all Eastern European countries--is that what he wants to return to? See here.]

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Lenin statue in Karkiv toppled; why was it even there?

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2014-09-29 23:45

What was that about Eastern Ukraine being predominately Russian-speaking and hostile to Kiev? Didn't I recently read words to that effect from "Marcus Cicero" at The Daily Stormer? The Stormer position is that Kiev is a nest of oligarchic Jews wanting to drag "Russian Ukraine" into the European Union and the pro-Russian resistance "army" represents noble purposes. Well ...

Ukrainian nationalists, one waving Ukraine's flag, start to tear down Lenin's statue on Kharkiv central square on September 28, 2014. (Sergey Bobok/AFP/Getty Images)

Sunday in Karkiv, Ukraine's second largest city which happens to be in the Eastern part of the country (see dot on map), a 28-foot statue of the Bolshevik quarter-Jew Vladimir Lenin--which had been standing in "Freedom Plaza" since 1963, protected and apparently revered by Russian-speaking Ukrainians--was pulled down and broken up by pro-Ukrainian Nationalists.

What to make of that? And by the way, why wasn't this event mentioned at DS?

Karkiv is not majority Russian-speaking. The 1989 census found that 50.38% of the population was Ukrainian, 43.63% Russian, 3% Jews. Interestingly, the Soviet census of 1959 came up with 48.4% Ukrainian, 40.4% Russian, 8.7% Jews, 2.5% other. Are Jews once again hiding their true identity, something they didn't bother to do during Soviet rule? 

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Are Russian troops dying in East Ukraine?

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2014-08-29 13:22

Freshly dug grave is seen at the Vybuty cemetery in the Pskov region, Russia. Photograph: Reuters

From the Guardian: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/aug/29/russia-ukraine-war-asking

In early spring, Russian president Vladimir Putin deployed soldiers without insignia into the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea to ensure a quick annexation of the territory.

After a month of denying their existence, the Russian president acknowledged that the thousands of well-armed fighters, who had previously been referred to as “little green men”, were in fact Russian troops.

Now, in Eastern Ukraine, Russian troops have been deployed for quite awhile, secretly, and some have died. Evidence for this comes from various locations throughout Russia. In Kostroma, 1,300km from Russia’s border with eastern Ukraine, family members of a group of 10 Russian paratroopers captured in Ukraine say all their information has come from secondhand, online sources.

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The Heretics' Hour: World War I Lies

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2014-08-26 00:23
 
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August 25, 2014

Propaganda poster combining photography and drawing to emphasize religious symbology that projects the German soldier as the persecutor and despoiler of Christian women. Enlarge

Continuing with the theme of the 100th Anniversary of World War I (1914-2014), Carolyn Yeager focuses on the transparancy of the accusations of barbarism and drunkenness on the part of the German soldier in Belgium. In the second hour, who is telling the most lies in the current Ukraine war is discussed. Highlights include:

  • The theme of the Germans "descending from their past high culture to the level of barbarians" is repeatedly used by the Allies, thus the fire that destroyed much of the world-famous library at Louvain (Leuven) is played up;
  • Most of the stories recounting atrocities are by nameless people, and were later rebuked as false by authorities;
  • Gottlieb von Jagow, German minister of State, wrote that the fire broke out after explosion of a convoy of benzine, which was caused by shots fired during the battle with the illegal civilian shooters;
  • Photograph fakery, both in the form of false captions and in the more sinister creation of fake scenes, events, etc. are much more common than people realize - some examples given;
  • The suppression and/or ommision of parts of the content of diplomatic reports and/or telegram messages was common;
  • Of the nations, Russia was the most extreme in lying, followed by France;
  • The pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine and the Putin govt. are using lies as a strategy, meaning they have no shame about it and don't really expect to be believed;
  • Bill Finck writes an article in which he compares the situation in today's Russia with the United States in the 1950's, when the undermining of the White majority began.

Will Putin follow Stalin's Katyn strategy on the airline shoot-down?

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2014-07-21 00:18

REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino

In dealing with the tragedy of the downed Malaysian airliner MH17, the leader of the Russian Federation, President Vladimir Putin is behaving more and more like a throwback to Josef Stalin and his cover-up of the Katyn massacre. It was Stalin who approved the murder of thousands of Polish nationals in 1940, including military officers, dumping their bodies in mass graves hidden from view in the Katyn Forest near Smolensk, Russia.

If the Wehrmacht had not invaded Russia in Operation Barbarossa in June 1941, the evidence of this massacre would never have been found. Here is a recount of how the crime was discovered, taken from Wikipedia:

The government of National-Socialist Germany announced the discovery of mass graves in the Katyn Forest in 1943. When the London-based  Polish government-in-exile asked for an investigation by the International Red Cross, Stalin immediately severed diplomatic relations with it. The Soviet Union claimed the victims had been murdered by the Nazis, and continued to deny responsibility for the massacres until 1990, when it officially acknowledged and condemned the perpetration of the killings by the NKVD, as well as the subsequent cover-up by the Soviet government.

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Germany wins the World Cup in soccer

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2014-07-14 02:21

Mario Goetze scores single winning goal in extra time

We are the champions! Germany captain Philipp Lahm holds the World Cup aloft at the Maracana Stadium on Sunday, July 13, 2014.

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Putin meets with world rabbis to denounce Hitler and anti-Semitism for the umpteenth time

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2014-07-10 14:42

Russian President Vladimir Putin (C) meets with a delegation of Rabbis from several countries at the Kremlin in Moscow, July 9, 2014. REUTERS (click to enlarge)

While he reportedly admitted during this meeting that Dr. Josef Goebbels was a "talented man" and maybe even that Goebbels had 'achieved some of his goals' (this has not been reported everywhere), these words were later removed from the published statement on the ITAR-TASS website.

ITAR-TASS also represented Putin as meeting with "representatives of international public and religious organizations" rather than with the black-hatted Orthodox rabbis we see in the photos taken. Pro-Putin websites have substituted a older picture of Putin alone with Russian flags behind him when running this story.

Kremlin.ru reported Putin discussed the fight of Jewish people during WWII and the struggle that still exists today regarding anti-Semitism. He recalled his visit to Yad Vashem in Israel – a "Holocaust" museum – and also mentioned the Museum of Tolerance in Moscow (which he was instrumental in having had built, even personally donating a month's salary to the cause).

Went to Murrieta today ...

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2014-07-06 11:21

Screaming advocates of "immigrant rights" protest at Murrieta Mesa High School while more than 700 people gathered to voice their concerns and seek answers from public officials over the proposed processing of immigrant detainees at the Murrieta Border Patrol station on July 3rd. (Mark Boster, Los Angeles Times)

Sent July 5, 2014

     "Went to Murieta today.  One of the most depressing days of my life.  The hatred these people have for us is mind-blowing.  They shredded American flags and dragged them in the dirt.  We, of course, were called racists even though they did not hide their hatred of us. And, we are expected to welcome them???  Just let one of us go to Mexico on Cinco de Mayo and shred a Mexican flag.

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Survey reveals massive gulf between pessimistic Whites and optimistic Blacks, Mestizos

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2014-07-02 11:11

Only a quarter of Whites still believe hard work will see them succeed in life, according to The Atlantic/Aspen Institute's latest survey 'America Looks to 2024.' Surprising?

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Now "Internet extremism" gets you a prison sentence in Russia

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2014-07-02 01:32

From http://www.themoscowtimes.com/news/article/putin-signs-law-giving-prison...

June 30, 2014

Alexei Druzhinin / Reuters

Russia's President Vladimir Putin chairs a government meeting at the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow, Russia.


People found guilty of financing extremist activities or expressing support for them online now face prison terms under a bill signed into law by President Vladimir Putin.

Once the law takes effect, the dissemination of online material deemed extremist will be a criminal offense, meaning that even "liking" or reposting content on a social network could land users in hot water with the authorities.

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