LarryWood1699

Germany is a Land of Clowns of Snowflakes

La gazza ladra - pezzo di apertura alla gazza ladro
(Opening piece of the thieving magpie / Ouvertüre zu die diebische Elster)

Il barbiere di Siviglia - pezzo di apertura al Barbier di Siviglia
(Opening theme of the Barber of Seville)

Halifax, West Yorkshire

Historically in the West Riding of Yorkshire, the town has been a centre of woollen manufacture from the 15th century onward, originally dealing through the Piece Hall. Halifax is known for Mackintosh's chocolate and toffee products including Rolo and Quality Street. The Halifax Bank was also founded and is still headquartered in Halifax. Dean Clough, one of the largest textile factories in the world at more than 1⁄2 mile (800 m) long, was in the north of the town. The premises have since been converted for office and retail use including a gym, theatre, Travelodge and radio station.

Halifax is not mentioned in the Domesday Book, and evidence of the early settlement is indefinite. By the 12th century the township had become the religious centre of the vast parish of Halifax, which extended from Brighouse in the east to Heptonstall in the west. Halifax Minster, parts of which date from the 12th century is dedicated to St John the Baptist. The minster's first organist, in 1766, was William Herschel, who discovered the planet Uranus. The coat of arms of Halifax include the chequers from the original coat of arms of the Earls Warenne, who held the town during Norman times.

Halifax was notorious for its gibbet, an early form of guillotine used to execute criminals by decapitation, that was last used in 1650. A replica has been erected on the original site in Gibbet Street. Its original blade is on display at Bankfield Museum. Punishment in Halifax was notoriously harsh, as remembered in the Beggar's Litany by John Taylor (1580-1654), a prayer whose text included "From Hull, from Halifax, from Hell, ‘tis thus, From all these three, Good Lord deliver us.".

The town's 19th century wealth came from the cotton, wool and carpet industries and like most other Yorkshire towns, it had a large number of weaving mills many of which have been lost or converted to alternate use.

In November 1938, in an incident of mass hysteria, many residents believed a serial killer, the Halifax Slasher, was on the loose. Scotland Yard concluded there were no attacks after several locals admitted they had inflicted wounds on themselves.

Here you can see clearly how hundreds of muslims from Halifax (near Leeds) were purposely led by the police from downtown Oldham (near Manchester) to the outlying district.
This non-Muslim district was specifically chosen because Tommy Robinson was given to do no further provocations.
In the film, it can be clearly seen how the blackjacks during the march rock up there and prepare for a serious confrontation and all this under the supervision of the police!
The whole thing is a huge scandal, since days before in other cities at election events, the police were misused as political activists.
The police depend on their jobs and have to do what they are told to do from the top. But you also see a few police officers doing more than was expected of them, and clearly in a desired direction. These are the future climbers and so it works in a dictatorship?
It will be fumigated the last nests of resisters to make room for the "new" England.
Here, the same tactics used as in the second Boer War in South Africa (1899-1902). First and foremost, children, mothers and old people are attacked in their settlements in order to wear them down and render them harmless. What followed at that time were the first concentration camps in the world.

or: stay away from the fuzzie-wuzzies

Milo Yiannopoulos

Young People voted for BREXIT

Horst Werner Dieter Mahler (geb. 23. Januar 1936 in Haynau, Niederschlesien) ist ein deutscher Jurist und BRD-Dissident sowie ehemaliger APO-Anwalt und Mitgründer der „Rote Armee Fraktion“ (RAF). Mahler bekennt sich offen zu Idealen des Nationalsozialismus, verwirft jedoch dessen Rassenstandpunkt.[1] Mahler befand sich zuletzt vom Februar 2009 bis zum 17. Juli 2015 in Gesinnungshaft der OMF-BRD. Einer abermaligen Ladung zum Haftantritt (nach zwischenzeitlicher Haftverschonung) für den 19. April 2017 kam er nicht nach.
Mahler erklärte per Video, er wolle in einem anderen und nach seiner Einschätzung souveränen Land um politisches Asyl nachsuchen. Am 12. Mai 2017 stellte er in dem EU-Land Ungarn einen entsprechenden Antrag und sandte ihn außerdem an den ungarischen Ministerpräsidenten Orban persönlich.
Die BRD stellte einen Europäischen Haftbefehl aus, dem Ungarn nach EU-Vorschriften ohne eigene Sachprüfung zu entsprechen hatte. Zudem können Bürger der EU-Mitgliedsländer („Unionsbürger“) innerhalb des Staatengebildes grundsätzlich kein Asyl beanspruchen. Deshalb und aufgrund des Haftbefehls wurde Mahler am 13. Juni 2017 ohne Umstände an die BRD-Behörden zur Fortsetzung der Gesinnungshaft überstellt.
(Text aus Metapedia >> https://de.metapedia.org/wiki/Mahler,_Horst)

Otto Ernst Remer (18 August 1912 - 4 October 1997) was a German officer who played an important role in preventing the July 20 plot from succeeding.

Remer was promoted, eventually to general, and at the end of the war was serving as a commander in Pomerania. Wounded eight times in battle, he was awarded numerous military decorations for his extraordinary courage and daring in combat, including the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves.

After the war, he was for two years an American prisoner of war, being released in 1947. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950. It was banned in 1952, but not before it had gathered 360,000 supporters in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, and won 16 seats in the state parliament. Among other views, it supported Holocaust revisionism.

While the party was banned, its popularity may have contributed to the Allies and the West German government stopping some of the unpopular "denazification" policies in 1951.

Otto Ernst Remer (18 August 1912 - 4 October 1997) was a German officer who played an important role in preventing the July 20 plot from succeeding.

Remer was promoted, eventually to general, and at the end of the war was serving as a commander in Pomerania. Wounded eight times in battle, he was awarded numerous military decorations for his extraordinary courage and daring in combat, including the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves.

After the war, he was for two years an American prisoner of war, being released in 1947. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950. It was banned in 1952, but not before it had gathered 360,000 supporters in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, and won 16 seats in the state parliament. Among other views, it supported Holocaust revisionism.

While the party was banned, its popularity may have contributed to the Allies and the West German government stopping some of the unpopular "denazification" policies in 1951.

Otto Ernst Remer (18 August 1912 - 4 October 1997) was a German officer who played an important role in preventing the July 20 plot from succeeding.

Remer was promoted, eventually to general, and at the end of the war was serving as a commander in Pomerania. Wounded eight times in battle, he was awarded numerous military decorations for his extraordinary courage and daring in combat, including the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves.

After the war, he was for two years an American prisoner of war, being released in 1947. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950. It was banned in 1952, but not before it had gathered 360,000 supporters in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, and won 16 seats in the state parliament. Among other views, it supported Holocaust revisionism.

While the party was banned, its popularity may have contributed to the Allies and the West German government stopping some of the unpopular "denazification" policies in 1951.

Otto Ernst Remer (18 August 1912 - 4 October 1997) was a German officer who played an important role in preventing the July 20 plot from succeeding.

Remer was promoted, eventually to general, and at the end of the war was serving as a commander in Pomerania. Wounded eight times in battle, he was awarded numerous military decorations for his extraordinary courage and daring in combat, including the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves.

After the war, he was for two years an American prisoner of war, being released in 1947. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950. It was banned in 1952, but not before it had gathered 360,000 supporters in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, and won 16 seats in the state parliament. Among other views, it supported Holocaust revisionism.

While the party was banned, its popularity may have contributed to the Allies and the West German government stopping some of the unpopular "denazification" policies in 1951.

Otto Ernst Remer (18 August 1912 - 4 October 1997) was a German officer who played an important role in preventing the July 20 plot from succeeding.

Remer was promoted, eventually to general, and at the end of the war was serving as a commander in Pomerania. Wounded eight times in battle, he was awarded numerous military decorations for his extraordinary courage and daring in combat, including the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves.

After the war, he was for two years an American prisoner of war, being released in 1947. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950. It was banned in 1952, but not before it had gathered 360,000 supporters in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, and won 16 seats in the state parliament. Among other views, it supported Holocaust revisionism.

While the party was banned, its popularity may have contributed to the Allies and the West German government stopping some of the unpopular "denazification" policies in 1951.

Otto Ernst Remer (18 August 1912 - 4 October 1997) was a German officer who played an important role in preventing the July 20 plot from succeeding.

Remer was promoted, eventually to general, and at the end of the war was serving as a commander in Pomerania. Wounded eight times in battle, he was awarded numerous military decorations for his extraordinary courage and daring in combat, including the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves.

After the war, he was for two years an American prisoner of war, being released in 1947. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950. It was banned in 1952, but not before it had gathered 360,000 supporters in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, and won 16 seats in the state parliament. Among other views, it supported Holocaust revisionism.

While the party was banned, its popularity may have contributed to the Allies and the West German government stopping some of the unpopular "denazification" policies in 1951.

Otto Ernst Remer (18 August 1912 - 4 October 1997) was a German officer who played an important role in preventing the July 20 plot from succeeding.

Remer was promoted, eventually to general, and at the end of the war was serving as a commander in Pomerania. Wounded eight times in battle, he was awarded numerous military decorations for his extraordinary courage and daring in combat, including the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves.

After the war, he was for two years an American prisoner of war, being released in 1947. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950. It was banned in 1952, but not before it had gathered 360,000 supporters in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, and won 16 seats in the state parliament. Among other views, it supported Holocaust revisionism.

While the party was banned, its popularity may have contributed to the Allies and the West German government stopping some of the unpopular "denazification" policies in 1951.

Otto Ernst Remer (18 August 1912 - 4 October 1997) was a German officer who played an important role in preventing the July 20 plot from succeeding.

Remer was promoted, eventually to general, and at the end of the war was serving as a commander in Pomerania. Wounded eight times in battle, he was awarded numerous military decorations for his extraordinary courage and daring in combat, including the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves.

After the war, he was for two years an American prisoner of war, being released in 1947. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950. It was banned in 1952, but not before it had gathered 360,000 supporters in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, and won 16 seats in the state parliament. Among other views, it supported Holocaust revisionism.

While the party was banned, its popularity may have contributed to the Allies and the West German government stopping some of the unpopular "denazification" policies in 1951.

Otto Ernst Remer (18 August 1912 - 4 October 1997) was a German officer who played an important role in preventing the July 20 plot from succeeding.

Remer was promoted, eventually to general, and at the end of the war was serving as a commander in Pomerania. Wounded eight times in battle, he was awarded numerous military decorations for his extraordinary courage and daring in combat, including the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves.

After the war, he was for two years an American prisoner of war, being released in 1947. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950. It was banned in 1952, but not before it had gathered 360,000 supporters in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, and won 16 seats in the state parliament. Among other views, it supported Holocaust revisionism.

While the party was banned, its popularity may have contributed to the Allies and the West German government stopping some of the unpopular "denazification" policies in 1951.

Otto Ernst Remer (18 August 1912 - 4 October 1997) was a German officer who played an important role in preventing the July 20 plot from succeeding.

Remer was promoted, eventually to general, and at the end of the war was serving as a commander in Pomerania. Wounded eight times in battle, he was awarded numerous military decorations for his extraordinary courage and daring in combat, including the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves.

After the war, he was for two years an American prisoner of war, being released in 1947. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950. It was banned in 1952, but not before it had gathered 360,000 supporters in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, and won 16 seats in the state parliament. Among other views, it supported Holocaust revisionism.

While the party was banned, its popularity may have contributed to the Allies and the West German government stopping some of the unpopular "denazification" policies in 1951.

Das Apollo-Programm endete offiziell im Jahr 1972 mit der zuletzt vom Mond zurückkehrten Apollo 17 Mission.

Von der NASA wurden allerdings drei weitere Missionen geplant: Apollo 18, 19 und 20. Es hielten sich hartnäckige Gerüchte, dass auf der Rückseite des Mondes alte, künstliche Objekte entdeckt wurden die durch weitere Missionen erforscht werden sollten, ohne dass die Bevölkerung davon erfuhr. Die Geschichte um Apollo 20 gilt dabei als die wohl am meisten diskutierte UFO-Vertuschungsaktion der Geschichte.

Im Jahr 2007 wurden auf Youtube verschiedene Videos hochgeladen von einem gewissen William Rutledge der behauptete, dass es sich bei den Videos um Originalaufnahmen von Apollo 20 handle und er der Kommandant der Apollo 20 Mission gewesen sei. Die Videos wurden in sehr kurzer Zeit sehr populär.

>> http://www.fallwelt.de/welten/mond/Apollo20EBE.htm#_Toc454217567

Hetty and the Jazzato Band performing "Mambo Italiano"

Otto-Ernst Remer (18. August 1912 - 4. October 1997) was a German Wehrmacht officer in World War II who played a major role in stopping the 20 July plot in 1944 against Adolf Hitler. In his later years he became a politician and far right activist. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950s, and is considered an influential figure in post-war neo-Fascist politics in Germany.

Otto-Ernst Remer (18. August 1912 - 4. October 1997) was a German Wehrmacht officer in World War II who played a major role in stopping the 20 July plot in 1944 against Adolf Hitler. In his later years he became a politician and far right activist. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950s, and is considered an influential figure in post-war neo-Fascist politics in Germany.

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Otto-Ernst Remer (18. August 1912 - 4. October 1997) was a German Wehrmacht officer in World War II who played a major role in stopping the 20 July plot in 1944 against Adolf Hitler. In his later years he became a politician and far right activist. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950s, and is considered an influential figure in post-war neo-Fascist politics in Germany.

Otto Ernst Remer (18 August 1912 - 4 October 1997) was a German officer who played an important role in preventing the July 20 plot from succeeding.

Remer was promoted, eventually to general, and at the end of the war was serving as a commander in Pomerania. Wounded eight times in battle, he was awarded numerous military decorations for his extraordinary courage and daring in combat, including the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves.

After the war, he was for two years an American prisoner of war, being released in 1947. He co-founded the Socialist Reich Party in West Germany in the 1950. It was banned in 1952, but not before it had gathered 360,000 supporters in Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein, and won 16 seats in the state parliament. Among other views, it supported Holocaust revisionism.

While the party was banned, its popularity may have contributed to the Allies and the West German government stopping some of the unpopular "denazification" policies in 1951.

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