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Friday, March 11, 2016


Knowledge is Power in Our Struggle for Racial Survival
(Information that should be shared with as many of our people as possible -- do your part to counter Jewish control of the mainstream media -- pass it on and spread the word)

by Val Koinen
March 11, 2016

The 12th Republican debate last evening, held in Coral Gables, Florida was remarkable for the civility all the candidates managed to maintain throughout (summary here).  We got a lot of the usual self-serving silliness, misinformation and disinformation, and stock campaign platitudes, of course, but all-in-all it was a pretty good, informative debate of the issues (fact-checker here).  The moderators even did a fairly decent job for a change.

Still, 'Lying Ted' Cruz (as Donald Trump calls him) did not disappoint.  Or at least, if he wasn't lying, he demonstrated his ignorance of American war-making history, or maybe he just has an elevated concern for a relatively few innocent Muslims in the Middle East as compared with the hundreds of thousands of innocent German and Japanese civilians we deliberately killed in World War II.  Check out his comment at 9:52 in the debate summary linked above, given in response to Trump's comments about killing the families of terrorists:

"We have never targeted innocent civilians, and we're not going to start now."

Did he never learn about, has he forgotten about, does he just not care about, or was he just flat-out lying-by-omission about the strategically calculated and deliberately targeted saturation fire-bombing of German civilians, and the utterly horrific killing of hundreds of thousands of them (for no legitimate military purpose), in Dresden, Hamburg, and other German cities back in the 1940s?  Yes, that was largely a British campaign, but the American military was deeply involved in planning and decisions, and we participated in the deeds themselves.

And what in the world could have possessed him to make the above preposterous statement which also completely ignores our atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki?  I thought everyone knew about that little bit of history.

Well done, Ted -- it seems you have once again validated the label with which Mr. Trump has tagged you.

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