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Europa – The Last Battle – Intro

Europa – The Last Battle – Intro

About true and world – November 1st, 2021


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In The Name Of Zion (Full Documentary)

In The Name Of Zion (Full Documentary)

The Real Matrix Published April 18, 2022

“Israel won the war [WW I]; we made it; we thrived on it; we profited from it. It was our supreme revenge on Christianity.” – (The Jewish Ambassador from Austria to London, Count Mensdorf, 1918)

“Should Germany merchandise (do business) again in the next 50 years we have led this war (WW1) in vain.” – (Winston Churchill in The Times, 1919.)

“Full Responsibility for the First World War, lies squarely on the shoulders of the International Jewish Bankers. They are responsible for Millions of dead and dying.” – (US. Congressional Record 67th Congress, 4. Sitting, Senate Document nr. 346.)

“We Jews are going to bring war on Germany.” – (David Brown, President of American Hebrew, in 1934, quoted in Edmonson’s I Testify, page 188.)

“Germany is the enemy of Judaism and must be pursued with deadly hatred. The goal of Judaism of today is: a merciless campaign against all German peoples and the complete destruction of the nation. We demand a complete blockade of trade, the importation of raw materials stopped, and retaliation towards every German, woman and child.” – (Jewish professor A. Kulischer, October, 1937.)

“We are not denying and are not afraid to confess that this war is our war and that it is waged for the liberation of Jewry… Stronger than all fronts together is our front, that of Jewry. We are not only giving this war our financial support on which the entire war production is based, we are not only providing our full propaganda power which is the moral energy that keeps this war going. The guarantee of victory is predominantly based on weakening the enemy forces, on destroying them in their own country, within the resistance. And we are the Trojan horses in the enemy’s fortress. Thousands of Jews living in Europe constitute the principal factor in the destruction of our enemy. There, our front is a fact and the most valuable aid for victory.” – (Chaim Weizmann, President of the World Jewish Congress, Head of the Jewish Agency and later President of Israel, in a Speech on December 3, 1942, in New York.)

“What thrust us into war were not Hitler’s political teachings: the cause, this time, was his successful attempt to establish a new economy. The cause of the war were: envy, greed and fear.” – (J.F.C. Fuller)

“World War II was a Jewish plot to make way for the foundation of the Jewish State in Palestine.” – (Joseph Burg [a Jew])

“The Second World War is being fought for the defense of the fundamentals of Judaism.” – (The Chicago Jewish Sentinel, October 8, 1942.)

“Even if we Jews are not bodily with you in the trenches, we are nevertheless morally with you. THIS IS OUR WAR, (WW 2), AND YOU ARE FIGHTING IT FOR US.” – (Les Nouvelles Litteraires, February 10, 1940.)

“Germany is our public enemy number one. It is our object to declare war without mercy against her.” – (Bernard Lecache, President of the World Jewish League.)

“The fight against Germany has now been waged for months by every Jewish community, on every conference, in all labor unions and by every single Jew in the world. There are reasons for the assumption that our share in this fight is of general importance. We shall start a spiritual and material war of the whole world against Germany. Germany is striving to become once again a great nation, and to recover her lost territories as well as her colonies. But our Jewish interests call for the complete destruction of Germany.” – (Valadimir Jabotinsky, in Mascha Rjetsch, January, 1934.)

“Give me control of a nations currency and I care not who makes its laws.” – (Mayer Amschel Rothschild)

“If my son’s did not WANT wars there would be NONE.” – (Gutle Schnaper Rothschild wife of Mayer Amschel Rothschild on her deathbed 1849.)

“Remember my children, that all the earth must belong to us Jews, and that the gentiles, being mere excrement’s of animals, must possess nothing.” – (Mayer Amschel Rothschild on his deathbed, 1812.)

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In The Name Of Zion (Full Documentary)

The Real Matrix Published April 18, 2022

“Israel won the war [WW I]; we made it; we thrived on it; we profited from it. It was our supreme revenge on Christianity.” – (The Jewish Ambassador from Austria to London, Count Mensdorf, 1918)

“Should Germany merchandise (do business) again in the next 50 years we have led this war (WW1) in vain.” – (Winston Churchill in The Times, 1919.)

“Full Responsibility for the First World War, lies squarely on the shoulders of the International Jewish Bankers. They are responsible for Millions of dead and dying.” – (US. Congressional Record 67th Congress, 4. Sitting, Senate Document nr. 346.)

“We Jews are going to bring war on Germany.” – (David Brown, President of American Hebrew, in 1934, quoted in Edmonson’s I Testify, page 188.)

“Germany is the enemy of Judaism and must be pursued with deadly hatred. The goal of Judaism of today is: a merciless campaign against all German peoples and the complete destruction of the nation. We demand a complete blockade of trade, the importation of raw materials stopped, and retaliation towards every German, woman and child.” – (Jewish professor A. Kulischer, October, 1937.)

“We are not denying and are not afraid to confess that this war is our war and that it is waged for the liberation of Jewry… Stronger than all fronts together is our front, that of Jewry. We are not only giving this war our financial support on which the entire war production is based, we are not only providing our full propaganda power which is the moral energy that keeps this war going. The guarantee of victory is predominantly based on weakening the enemy forces, on destroying them in their own country, within the resistance. And we are the Trojan horses in the enemy’s fortress. Thousands of Jews living in Europe constitute the principal factor in the destruction of our enemy. There, our front is a fact and the most valuable aid for victory.” – (Chaim Weizmann, President of the World Jewish Congress, Head of the Jewish Agency and later President of Israel, in a Speech on December 3, 1942, in New York.)

“What thrust us into war were not Hitler’s political teachings: the cause, this time, was his successful attempt to establish a new economy. The cause of the war were: envy, greed and fear.” – (J.F.C. Fuller)

“World War II was a Jewish plot to make way for the foundation of the Jewish State in Palestine.” – (Joseph Burg [a Jew])

“The Second World War is being fought for the defense of the fundamentals of Judaism.” – (The Chicago Jewish Sentinel, October 8, 1942.)

“Even if we Jews are not bodily with you in the trenches, we are nevertheless morally with you. THIS IS OUR WAR, (WW 2), AND YOU ARE FIGHTING IT FOR US.” – (Les Nouvelles Litteraires, February 10, 1940.)

“Germany is our public enemy number one. It is our object to declare war without mercy against her.” – (Bernard Lecache, President of the World Jewish League.)

“The fight against Germany has now been waged for months by every Jewish community, on every conference, in all labor unions and by every single Jew in the world. There are reasons for the assumption that our share in this fight is of general importance. We shall start a spiritual and material war of the whole world against Germany. Germany is striving to become once again a great nation, and to recover her lost territories as well as her colonies. But our Jewish interests call for the complete destruction of Germany.” – (Valadimir Jabotinsky, in Mascha Rjetsch, January, 1934.)

“Give me control of a nations currency and I care not who makes its laws.” – (Mayer Amschel Rothschild)

“If my son’s did not WANT wars there would be NONE.” – (Gutle Schnaper Rothschild wife of Mayer Amschel Rothschild on her deathbed 1849.)

“Remember my children, that all the earth must belong to us Jews, and that the gentiles, being mere excrement’s of animals, must possess nothing.” – (Mayer Amschel Rothschild on his deathbed, 1812.)

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Jewish Satanic Pedovores Behind The Covid-Jab Genocide: Veterans Today Expose The Khazarian Mafia

Jewish Satanic Pedovores Behind The Covid-Jab Genocide: Veterans Today Expose The Khazarian Mafia

SonOfEnos – November 20th, 2021

What you need to understand is that not all Jews are actually Jews, there is a large criminal group that are called Jews, but they share no blood with the tribes of Israel.

“I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.” Revelation 2:9

They are the Khazars, and they were openly worshipers of Moloch until the 6th century, when the Russian Czar had enough of them and their evil and gave them an ultimatum to convert to one of the 3 Abrahamic religions or get wiped out. They chose Judaism, but never actually stopped worshiping Baal (Lucifer/Satan).

The Khazarian Mafia includes the Rothschild’s and the Rockefeller’s, they control the World Bank, are responsible for the Holocaust, 911, both World Wars, and the practice of ritual pedophilia, child sacrifice, adrenochrome and pretty well every other atrocity you can think of.

Veterans Today has a great article about them, it’s well worth the read. It covers all of this, and a lot more

They don’t operate out of Israel, as their power center is the City of London. They are the puppet masters pulling the string, along with the Vatican, and the Freemasons. They all worship the same “god” and practice the same child sacrificing pedophilic religion.

If you want to learn more about how the Royals fit into all of this, look up “1000 Points of Light – Mother of Darkness”.

I don’t believe that these people (I use that term lightly) are fully human. They are from the line of Cain, and their father was the serpent from the Garden of Eden.

Read the full article here

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New National World War I Memorial Is A Moving Tribute To Bravery, Sacrifice, And The Indomitable American Spirit

New National World War I Memorial Is A Moving Tribute To Bravery, Sacrifice, And The Indomitable American Spirit
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.

John McCrae’s immortal words of remembrance of all who fell in the Great War carried through a beautiful ceremony honoring the oft-forgotten war and America’s pivotal role. On Friday morning, politicians, historians, activists, military leaders, artists, and descendants virtually gathered to raise the American flag over the newly-erected World War I memorial in Washington DC.

As the last of the major 20th century US war veterans to receive a national memorial, those who served in WWI now have a powerful tribute to their sacrifice, bravery, and heroism. Hopefully, the monument will help return the Great War to public consciousness.

The monument is a peaceful place of reflection, erected in downtown Washington, D.C. within Pershing Park, which is named for John Pershing, General of the Armies who commanded America to victory in the Great War. The stone walls contain quotes from writings and poetry of WWI soldiers, and small fountains hide the city sounds.

The centerpiece of the memorial is a long statue featuring several war scenes leading into the other. The figures are near life-sized and each tableau has a sense of action, as well as fluidity between them, creating a palpable sense of immediacy to the images.

Joe Weishaar, the architect who designed the memorial, detailed his desire to center the monument on the stories of those who served. To supplement the beauty and remembrance of the physical structure, there is a multimedia aspect in the form of an app, which augments the experience by providing deeper learning to the attendees. The app can also be used outside the monument itself, allowing users to turn any area into a place of remembrance.

Actor and philanthropist Gary Sinise, best known for his Oscar-nominated turn as Lieutenant Dan in “Forrest Gump,” hosted the flag-raising from the office of his veteran service foundation. He opened the ceremony describing the American Soldiers, or doughboys as they were colloquially referred, in turning the tide of the war for the allied powers, overlaid with footage of the brave soldiers.

President Joe Biden gave a few brief prerecorded words, calling on attendants to “remember all that was sacrificed, all that was sanctified by all those who fought in World War I,” and to note how it fundamentally altered our nation’s in the international sphere.

The calls for a Great War memorial in the legislature was a bipartisan effort, spearheaded by Democratic Rep. Emanuel Cleaver and Republican former Rep. Ted Poe, and supported by members on both sides of the aisle. The pair’s passion for the project was clear in Cleaver’s moving prayer and Poe’s engaging speech.

Most of the speeches, however, maintained their focus on the brave “doughboys” in whose honor the memorial is created. Many speakers filled their time with specific stories of individual men who make up the 116,000 US casualties and their surviving brothers in arms.

Carole Moseley Brown, a former ambassador and senator, discussed the heroism of African American soldiers fighting for the freedom of Europeans abroad while facing discrimination and segregation back home. Sinise detailed the bravery of the first female soldiers, who served as telephone operators on the front lines, nicknamed “Hello Girls,” who were not granted veteran status until 1977.

However, the most moving of these true stories was when descendants recalled their courageous family members. A highlight was Gerald York, the grandson of the famed Sergeant Alvin York, who commemorated his grandfather both as a war hero and a person. Sergeant York was one of the most decorated soldiers in the Great War, and an Oscar-winning hit film was made about his life starring Gary Cooper, yet his proudest accomplishment was bringing education opportunities to rural Tennessee. His grandson noted his bravery and kindness, making him a shining example for our country.

The flag had quite a journey to reach Pershing Park, making a physical trip symbolic of that experienced by soldiers. It first was raised inside the US Capitol, before being flown to France to fly over a cemetery of American war dead, then spending time above the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City and finally arriving at its permanent home in DC.

Just before it was raised, the final words of the event were shared by Terry Hamby, the chairman of the World War I Centennial Commission. He dedicated the monument to the men and women of WWI, who answered the call to “serve in places they’ve never visited, for a war they didn’t start, to protect the freedom of people they’d never met.”

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5 Nontraditional Christmas Films To Spice Up Your Holiday Season

5 Nontraditional Christmas Films To Spice Up Your Holiday Season

What defines a “Christmas movie”? It’s obviously more than just being set around the end of December, featuring decorated trees and public-domain carols in the background.

The following films are decidedly not Christmas movies in the traditional sense. Few people likely center holiday traditions around watching them, and some of the films have little connection to Christmas aside from taking place in late December.

The settings, however, render them a fun way to get into the seasonal spirit. With stories about family, friendship, romance, and remembering what’s important in life, these films demonstrate the fun, excitement, and heart of the season. Plus, they’re better than Hallmark’s annual output.

‘In Bruges’

Dark comedy is a surprisingly difficult balance. If you go too far, you risk alienating your audience and losing the humor. If too soft, any edge is gone, leaving a generic story relying on shock value that simply isn’t there. Few writers or directors understand this delicate interplay better than Martin McDonagh, whose films strike an ideal equilibrium between moving, smart, and hilarious.

“In Bruges,” McDonagh’s feature-length directorial debut, manages to perfect the required tone for a story about a suicidal hitman (Colin Farrell) who is on vacation in Bruges, Belgium, with his partner (Brendan Gleeson) after a job went wrong, while they await orders from their boss (Ralph Fiennes).

While the plot description sounds like a bleak, depressing affair, sharp writing, engaging characters, and a surprising comedic sensibility make the film wildly enjoyable and surprisingly heartfelt. Even if you take nothing else away from the film (which is doubtful), it will definitely leave you wanting to visit Bruges. Several sequences are dedicated to the central pair exploring the well-maintained medieval town, which is decorated for Christmas.

Although it is very different from Frank Capra’s masterpiece, and Farrell’s hitman is worlds away from the picture of self-sacrificing morality that is George Bailey, “In Bruges” has some surprising thematic similarities to “It’s A Wonderful Life,” especially in the ultimate message about taking responsibility and the importance of being alive.

‘Lethal Weapon’

“Lethal Weapon” is the film that perfected the buddy-cop formula, featuring perfectly-cast Danny Glover and Mel Gibson as mismatched partners in the LAPD. Martin Riggs (Gibson) is a death-seeking “loose cannon,” while Roger Murtaugh (Glover) is a cynical family man who is “too old for this.” This movie defined a now-clichéd genre, inspiring other classics while remaining an excellent film in its own right due to the fun dialogue by screenwriter Shane Black and surprising depth in well-developed characters.

The film even ends with a heartwarming Christmas dinner, as Riggs joins Murtaugh’s family to celebrate the holiday, affirm their newfound bond, and demonstrate Riggs’ rediscovered appreciation for life.

‘Kiss Kiss Bang Bang’

“Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” is an underrated neo-noir satire written and directed by the aforementioned Shane Black. The film stars pre-Marvel Robert Downey Jr. as Harry, a thief who, after stumbling onto a screen-test and accidentally getting cast in a major detective movie, is sent to Los Angeles to shadow a gruff private investigator named Perry (Val Kilmer). Harry reunites with his childhood crush (Michelle Monaghan), and the three uncover a major conspiracy.

While Christmas doesn’t factor seriously into the plot, important scenes take place at Christmas parties, the story is kicked off by Harry’s attempts at attaining a gift, and the atmosphere of the Christmas season permeates throughout.

The laugh-out-loud-funny script is supplemented by excellent performances and chemistry among the three leads. “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” pairs a compelling mystery with hilarious characters to great effect, making an endlessly quotable and enjoyable film, and it contains some of the funniest fourth-wall-breaking narration ever put to film.

‘Batman Returns’

With a holiday setting, a villain called “The Santa Claus of Gotham,” and major action taking place on well-decorated streets, Tim Burton’s second and final Batman film should satisfy the Christmas cravings of any superhero fan.

“Batman Returns” is an excellent outing of the caped crusader. Far from a perfect film, it faces serious tonal inconsistencies, particularly with the treatment of Penguin (Danny DeVito), who is presented as a remorseless child-murdering monster but is still handled with sensitivity and an odd degree of sympathy. These issues don’t harm the film’s enjoyability in the slightest, however. Burton created a charming yet sinister atmosphere. The omnipresent Christmas decorations across Gotham belie a darkness lurking underneath, both metaphorically and literally.

The cast truly shines. Michael Keaton is a phenomenal Batman, but the villains entirely steal the show. Michelle Pfeiffer is excitingly unhinged as Catwoman, making it abundantly clear to the audience why Bruce Wayne finds her equally unsettling and alluring. Despite the flawed writing choices for the character, DeVito is exceptional as Penguin, striking the ideal combination of repulsive and pitiable.

Featuring the definitive portrayals of two iconic villains, an exciting story, and an unsettling yet enthralling atmosphere, this is one Christmas film you don’t want to miss.

‘Joyeux Noel’

Across the Western Front during the first year of World War I, spontaneous ceasefires popped up in several trenches between the French, British, and German soldiers on Dec. 24, allowing a communal celebration of Christmas. Amid a brutal war, shared humanity won out, if only for two days, as purported enemies shared drinks, played sports, sang carols, and celebrated Mass together.

This beautiful testament to the power of Christmas is effectively captured in the 2005 drama, “Joyeux Noel,” which follows one such truce on Christmas Eve. The film effectively balances its earnest sentimentality by not shying away from the harshness of war.

Following several characters in each trench, the film likewise personalizes its broader themes. Audiences grow to care about a young Scottish soldier traumatized by the death of his brother, a French lieutenant who is waiting on news about his pregnant wife, and an opera singer attempting to arrange a performance for the German soldiers in order to see her conscripted husband.

A clear standout, however, is Daniel Brühl as the German lieutenant, who struggles between a desire to allow his men to celebrate the holiday and an awareness of the likely ensuing retribution. His bond with the French lieutenant is genuine and moving. The romance between the singers is a weak point of the film, with its frustrating lack of chemistry, but it does not detract from the overall meaning.

The movie contains dialogue in German, French, and English based on how the characters would be speaking, which strengthens the themes of challenging communication. It’s an excellent cinematic rendition of a powerful true story that truly captures the spirit of Christmas.

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