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The Fateful Triangle: Russia, Ukraine and the Jews

Zionists are nasty and vicious enemies, but they make even worse friends.
June 15, 2014 ICH

The erotic reliefs of Hindu temples with their gravity-defying and anatomy-challenging positions have found a new modern competitor in the Ukrainian crisis. Each party wants to get the Jews on their side, while claiming that the other side is anti-Jewish and a Jewish puppet at once. This impossible, Kama-Sutraesque position is the result of extremely confusing alliances: the Kiev regime lists devout Jews and fiery antisemites among its mainstays. The leading figures of the regime (including the president-elect) are of Jewish origin; strongman and chief financier Mr. Igor (Benya) Kolomoysky is a prominent Jewish public figure, the builder of many synagogues and a supporter of Israel. The most derring-do and pro-active force of the regime, the ultra-nationalists of the Svoboda party and the Right Sector, admire Hitler and his Ukrainian Quisling, Stepan Bandera, “liberators of Ukraine from the Judeo-Muscovite yoke”. Jews are ambivalent, and the sides are ambivalent about them, and a most entertaining intrigue has been hatched. Continue reading The Fateful Triangle: Russia, Ukraine and the Jews

A most curious timeline 1800 – 1900

The following is a presentation of published statements, events and arrangements that presents a view of history often lacking in both public and private education. Taken together, this provides a greater insight and understanding to the forces, and persons (and persons behind them), that have affected our world to such a destructive degree.

He that controls the past, controls the future, and he that controls the present controls the past. – G. Orwell

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