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Germany using increasingly repressive measures against political opposition

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2019-07-12 15:53

Germany's Identitarian movement members are young and clean-cut, but the domestic intelligence agency has placed them under increased surveillance as a "verified extreme right movement."


By Carolyn Yeager

IN THE WAKE OF THE GROWING SUCCESS of anti-migration parties and their demand for protection of the national populations in Europe, the establishmentarians that remain in power are cracking down harshly and ramping up their anti-right rhetoric against any and all they see as threats to their control. In Germany we've seen the treatment of Pegida (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West – founded in 2014), hit with bad press, frivolous lawsuits and intrusive investigation by domestic intelligence agencies. The founder of Pegida has been sidelined by Facebook in ways that make it difficult to find and read his content.

Circular reasoning and the Holocaust

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2019-02-10 15:20

By Carolyn Yeager

YOU CANNOT PROVE THAT GOD EXISTS BY LOGIC. You also cannot prove that 6 million (or even 2 million) Jews were 'exterminated' by the Hitler regime by the current 'logic' being used.

Here's how circular reasoning works. The statement followed by the reason:

'Whatever is less dense than water will float, because such objects won't sink in water.'

Although the argument is deductively valid, it does not prove the statement because the conclusion is not distinct from the original statement. 'Floating' and 'not sinking' are the same. Likewise:

'Jews are being exterminated by the Nazis, because we have (unconfirmed) reports that Nazis are exterminaing Jews.'

The conclusion is not distinct from the statement.

Is the Holocaust losing its pizazz?

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2018-01-15 02:28

This image is familiar to everyone and doesn't need to be explained. But why should we believe what we do about it? It's really quite pedestrian in itself.


By Carolyn Yeager

IS IT JUST ME OR IS the “Holocaust” losing its pizazz.

It seems that what's been coming out lately as new holocaust and antisemitism stories are dull and recycled.

I do know the World Jewish Congress is using the same schtick for this year's International Holocaust Remembrance Day, coming up in less than two weeks now on January 27th, that they used last year: the “I remember” campaign. Take a look at this promotional picture they put out for it – does it stir your blood in any way?

WJC takes credit for Amazon's book banning; promises more to come

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-03-10 11:14

World Jewish Congress CEO Robert Singer speaks at a conference in Budapest, Hungary in 2013.


By Carolyn Yeager

THIS IS THE STATEMENT RELEASED THURSDAY by World Jewish Congress CEO Robert Singer praising the banning of an entire category of historical revisionist books by Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos. As you will see, Jews do believe (and want us to believe) that Jewish interests come before the interests of all others – especially the interests of the “notorious bigots of our time,” those White European-Americans who want to study and correct inaccuracies in the official historical narrative.

**Singer is a typical international Jew, born into a family of refuseniks in 1956 in Chernivtsi, Ukraine; moved from there to Israel with his family at age 15 (1971). At some point he came to America to study, receiving a Master of Science in Management Engineering from the University of Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1996, and taking courses at Harvard and Columbia business schools between 2005-2008. He became CEO of the WJC in 2013. **

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