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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

1/23/20

bml00

From: bml00

1/23/20

Good Morning ,

Getting into Fortress America is not easy , innocent travellers are subjected harsh regulations and the most innocent infraction can cause issues .

Allied to the harshness of the airport enviroment there is also the US added pressure on those countries which are deemed as to be uncooperative with such issues as Iran or China etc etc

The problem is that with a country as might and as powerful as the US is there is little that can be done but ultimately bend the knee

BM

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

1/24/20

jra2750 said:

It's Mr. Netanyahu who is the landgrabber.

Indeed.

The argument made by BM is the same as that made by the Nazis when it over-ran Poland.

Except that big sections of Poland were (or had until very recently been) "German" and the people there were being robbed and beaten and killed from their property or otherwise being savagely cleansed to turn up destitute in Germany itself:

https://en.wikipedia.org /wiki/German_minority_ in_Poland#History _of_Germans_in_Poland
German language frequency in Poland – based on the Polish census of 1931. Difficult to be sure, but Bromberg may be the yellow spot almost surrounded by blue.

In 1910 the city [Bromberg] had 57,700 inhabitants of which 84 percent were Germans and 16 percent Poles. In 1919 Bromberg was assigned to Poland by the Paris Peace Conference and the Versailles Treaty. ... The local populace were required to acquire Polish citizenship or leave the country. This led to a steady and significant decline of ethnic Germans, whose number within the town decreased from 74,292 in 1910 to 11,016 in 1926 and from 31,212 to 13,281 within the district.[9] In 1938 it was made part of the Pomeranian Voivodeship. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bydgoszcz#History

I would hate to compare that rate with other ethnic cleansings in the region, but this one (at least in peacetime) is very extreme. 85% emigration in 7 years (1919 - 1926) in the "town" and 57% in "district".

Was there a lot more to come between 1931 and 1939? I don't know and I'm not sure if I'm bothered enough to find out.

Naturally, one can get into horrendous trouble for trying to voice anything that might expulcate the Nazis but WW2 takes on a whole different meaning if Roosevelt was stirring the pot and even inciting Poland to attack Germany.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

1/24/20

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:

The US is moving to add more countries to its travel ban list and warns immigration limitations on nations which don't comply with US rules.

Very much preparation for Holocaust II.

Isolate countries long enough and you can destroy them without any American knowing any who lives there or protesting what you're doing. Think North Korea.

Iran is a bit different - loads of people have escaped there already. However, those people (many of them refugees) know that their life depends on condemning the current regime and ignoring the massive chaos and suffering that will follow an (illegal) regime change by a nation dedicated to wrecking much of the world.

jra2750

From: jra2750

1/24/20

As usual 2 sides to  the story.   The German Polish dilemma is one Quid Pro  Quo situation that didn't quite work out as planned.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

1/25/20

jra2750 said:

As usual 2 sides to  the story.   The German Polish dilemma is one Quid Pro  Quo situation that didn't quite work out as planned.

WW2 clearly wasn't a case of us going to war on the basis of lies like we've seen so much recently (Vietnam and Gulf 2 and Gulf 3 and Afghanistan) but it doesn't look good if, as alleged, we incited Poland to ethnic cleansing of its German speaking minority and other provocations. 

Perhaps more serious is the evidence (most clearly in "The Transfer Agreement" but essentially confirmed by everything else I can find) that the Nazis were not intent on persecuting the Jews (only further integrating them) and that the expulsion and eventual mass-murder was cynically triggered by Stephen Wise and Samuel Untermyer in order to fund and populate the colonialism of Palestine.

bml00

From: bml00

1/25/20

.... it was the Jews not the Nazis who killed the Jews according to our ever increasingly racist manic revisionist

BM

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

1/25/20

bml00 said:

.... it was the Jews not the Nazis who killed the Jews according to our ever increasingly racist manic revisionist

The evidence from my esteemed correspondent himself (think "Heilbronner") demonstrates my thesis.

But I first came across it in "The Transfer Agreement" by a passionate Zionist which showed that the Nazis were not intent on persecuting the Jews (only further integrating them) and that the expulsion and eventual mass-murder was cynically triggered by Stephen Wise and Samuel Untermyer in order to fund and populate the colonialism of Palestine.

bml00

From: bml00

1/26/20

On this Forum and one other , numbnuts peddles his revisionist history , the Nazis were not bad , the Jews bought it on themselves etc.

If you genuinely believe this is not the lowest form of racism I don't know what is.

BM

Jenifer (Zarknorph)
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

1/26/20

bml00 said:

If you genuinely believe this is not the lowest form of racism I don't know what is.

I genuinely believe that you and Berry cannot live without each other.

You feed off each other for righteous nourishment.

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