Daniel Ruth: “LaRouche La Ruth” is he Lyndon LaRouche with Elaine “Mussolini” Silvestrini at the Tampa Tribune? see startling photographic evidence

Daniel Ruth aka “LaRouche La Ruth”

Daniel Ruth is Lyndon LaRouche at Tampa Tribune with Elaine "Mussolini" Silvestrini?

Daniel Ruth is Lyndon LaRouche with Elaine Silvestrini?

Daniel Ruth – is he the person known as Lyndon LaRouche? See the photographic evidence at

http://www.flickr.com/photos/7894913@N08/2898419047/

http://picasaweb.google.com/rexcurrydotnet/GetRuthLess#5251477392223721010

Has anyone ever seen those two together?

Daniel Ruth & Elaine Silvestrini Newspaper News

http://rexcurry.net/daniel-ruth-lyndon-larouche.jpg

Has the mystery of Ruth’s hybrid toupee / combover question been solved? (Ruth once told a critic that Ruth would let the critic find out if Ruth has a hybrid toupee/combover if the critic paid Ruth $5000 -Ruth knew that if the price was high then the critic would pass on Ruth’s toupee/combover question).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BssWWZ3XEe4

Ruth and Elaine Silvestrini Mussolini (of the Tampa Tribune) believe that the purpose of government is to provide service, and the purpose of the media is to provide vaseline.

http://rexcurry.net/saying-the-pledge-of-allegiance-pictures.html

Think of the Tampa Tribune as a torture conspiracy (as its readers think of

it; both of them). After Ruth’s previous loss to Dr. Curry, the response

against Ruth from the general public was so great that Ruth said he was

labeled a “Dork, anti-free market statist $#@%!&@, Dummkopf, liberal, daffy,

dolt, stupid, dunce and, oh by the way, socialist.”

http://rexcurry.net/ruth.html

Elaine Silvestrini & Benito Mussolini

Ruth’s use of “socialist” is telling in that Ruth covers up for the National

Socialist German Workers Party and its deadly dogma. The neo-nationalist

Ruth has probably never written the actual name of the group “National

Socialist German Workers Party” in the Tribune (check it yourself).

On the Tribune’s flag fetishism, Ruth and Silvestrini have been influenced

by America’s most notorious National Socialists, Francis Bellamy and Edward

Bellamy. Ruth’s economic ignorance equals or exceeds Edward Bellamy’s.

Silvestrini and Ruth add to the public perception of their profession as

“news nazis.”

Ruth and Silvestrini are disturbingly silent about the Bellamys and their

bigotry, xenophobia, militarism, robotic chanting for children, and

authoritarian socialism (and their influence upon German National Socialism,

its dogma, symbols and rituals). Bellamy dogma led to segregation imposed by

law, and racism taught as official policy. And what about the jingoism,

zealotry and fanaticism? The Ruth/Silvestrini silence becomes deafening

about the related hate-mongering, persecution, violence, and even lynchings

inspired by the Bellamys and their socialist religion. It becomes scarier in

that Ruth refers to himself as the “Book of Ruth.”

Good Grief, Lyndon LaRouche was not as delusional as Ruth is. Ruth writes

flippantly about torture. LaRouche La Ruth’s insane clown posse act is like

something out of “Apocalypse Now” meets “A Clockwork Orange.”

And what about Elaine “Mussolini” Silvestrini? Many people forget that the

Italian cohort of German National Socialism developed as a popular

“journalist” among socialists and socialist newpapers. Silvestrini Mussolini

is a scary reminder.

Would Ruth and Silvestrini like to “restore the Pledge” to

preserve its historic heritage: Its earlier salute gesture?

For many years, the near-sighted loopy leprechaun (Ruth) has flittered about

the fringes of political life in the Tampa Bay area as a sort of scary class

clown, in the “special” section, hoping that his kindergarten name-calling

would make his teachers give up and leave him alone.

Ruth, a Dominick Dunne wannabe, is the Rump-hole of the Insanely. Ruth’s

self-defecating remarks are asinine. Ruth’s flatulence worsens whenever Ruth

rubs his brain cells together. Both of them.

The Tribune is also a torture conspiracy for the victims/survivors of

crimes. If victims re-live crime trauma in multiple trials then they can

blame Ruth, Silvestrini and people who think as they do. Ruth and

Silvestrini stupidly cheer for the ballooning federal government and for

victims of gruesome crimes to endure multiple trials that are costly and

time-consuming. They are a morbid circus of “news” clowns in a clockwork

orange. If it were up to Ruth, Silvestrini and their ilk then the federal

and state government would take turns re-trying the same “newsy” cases

annually so that Ruth and Silvestrini would have something about which to

babble incoherently.

It is no wonder that Silvestrini’s columns never state any qualifications

she has to write articles about legal topics (or any topics). Only

Silvestrini’s phone number and email address were given with no biographical

or background information (nor any link to such information). Compared to

Dr. Curry’s illustrious career, Silvestrini’s name is longer than her career

highlights. There is a complete lack of disclosure of whether Silvestrini

has any licensing or educational achievement that qualifies her to write on

such a topic, how she was selected, nor how much she was paid to write the

piece (It might embarrass her if they printed what she was paid. She is no

where near being paid $100 per hour). Silvestrini learned to write in

government schools on Planet Zircon 9. She is the Touch-hole of the

Insanely.

As a career move, Silvestrini and Ruth should not become lawyers. Their

“journalism” might cause some people to wonder if they are competent even to

write about legal issues, or to write at all about anything. If they are

considering a job change then here is a Memo to Silvestrini and Ruth: Don’t

start packing your bags.

Silvestrini and Ruth remain unable or unwilling to state the simple issue:

The Pledge of Allegiance (and its author) was the origin of the salute of

the National Socialist German Workers Party and influenced its symbols and

rituals. They are deniers and historical revisionists. They play blind to

its effect on the enormous growth of government today.

http://rexcurry.net/USA-pledge-of-allegiance-rexcurrydotnet.jpg

Are Tribune writers dense or does intellectual dishonesty and a lack of

integrity make them unwilling to provide simple accurate reporting?

On the other hand, Elaine Silvestrini has strange tastes in what she does

write about. In a recent article, Silvestrini’s interests were drawn to

“adults only” web pages about swastika and flag fetishism and she was

attracted to a body-building picture of Arnold Schwarzenegger and a picture

of an American flag with swastikas in place of stars. On 7-3-07, Silvestrini

wrote about a man who sells virtual sex toys, including characters on screen

that can be animated into a variety of sexual positions (she seems to have

researched that one thoroughly); Silvestrini has written repeatedly about

what Silvestrini calls a “high-profile drug, sex and torture case.”

Silvestrini and Ruth have paid a lot of attention to Max Hardcore and his

pornography (and LaRuth makes childish jokes about it, of course).

It is a reminder of the old adage: “To a socialist/statist there is no

bigger phallic symbol than a flag pole.”

If you read newspapers for years then you will see all manner of ditzoid

craziness that slops its way over the journalistic gunwales -claims of UFO

abductions, the conspiracy theorists, Nazi cabals, and people who believe

monkeys are taking over the world.

And those are just some of the serious news stories. There are some

newspaper writers, too, who are really weird. Take Silvestrini and Ruth.

Please, take them.

For all the black helicopter sightings and strange arguments that Shecky

Green and the Jewish lobby control the government and Y2K means the end of

the world, Silvestrini Mussolini and LaRouche La Ruth are the most twistedly

evasive.

The Felliniesque Fidel Castros never addressed any of the original issues.

For example, why is the federal government growing so large, taking over

criminal law nationwide, and becoming involved in what in the past would

have been state level cases? Silvestrini – a “newspaper” writer – weighed

in with one long sputtering bluster against historical reality. Loony Ruth

did his mental blank-out. The Karl Marxs of the Twilight Zone responded with

a bunch of journalistic babble.

Silvestrini and Ruth are the most visible local disciples of the Tampa

Tribune, which ought to have their embarrassed fellow travelers donning

Groucho Marx disguises around the office and about town.

Recently when Silvestrini wrote again about “high-profile drugs, sex and

torture,” Silvestrini mentioned Dr. Curry, and his appellate work as an

attorney for a defendant in whom Silvestrini has taken an ongoing interest.

Silvestrini wrote about two critics of Curry’s work and then she quoted

Curry’s response, “You can write that I have challenged them to a public

debate of their claims and that the next step is to select a time and place

for doing so, if they think they are up to it.”

http://rexcurry.net/elaine-silvestrini-tampa-tribune.html

Silvestrini’s quote was a public debate challenge by Dr. Curry to Charles

Rose, a professor at Stetson Law School, and the dare was printed in the

Tampa Tribune Newspaper in September 2008. A law school would be an ideal

place for an educational debate and it would be easy for Charles Rose to

rise up to the challenge. As expected, Charles Rose apparently did not

think he was up to it as Charles Rose has not selected a time or place in

response to Dr. Curry’s public debate challenge.

Even after Elaine Silvestrini drafted the debate challenge to Charles Rose

in the newspaper, there was no response from Rose that Silvestrini printed

in the article. It remains another media debate challenge victory for Dr.

Curry over Charles Rose.

Daniel Ruth Tampa Tribune Elaine Silvestrini flag fetishism

Daniel Ruth learned about this from rexcurrydotnet

Daniel Ruth learned about this from rexcurrydotnet

More layoffs and down-graded formatting are coming for the Tampa Tribune. Partial credit goes to Dr. Rex Curry in exposing the Tampa Tribune and two of its employees, Elaine Silvestrini and Daniel Ruth. The layoffs follow mere weeks after Dr. Curry defeated the Tribune, Silvestrini and Ruth in public debate challenges. Their writing was part of a widespread problem at the newspaper. Earlier Layoffs at the Tribune followed shortly after a previous victory for Dr. Curry over Ruth (See any internet search for “Tampa Tribune lays off”). http://rexcurry.net/elaine-silvestrini-tampa-tribune.html

Daniel Ruth & Elaine Silvestrini Newspaper News

After Ruth’s previous loss the response against Ruth from the general public was so great that Ruth said he was labeled a “Dork, anti-free market statist $#%!&, Dummkopf, liberal, daffy, dolt, stupid, dunce and, oh by the way, socialist.” Ruth publicly apologized to Dr. Curry for Ruth’s errors. http://rexcurry.net/ruth.html

Ruth’s apology was too late, as the Tribune continued to twist down the toilet. Ruth and Silvestrini are causing spectators to wager on when the Tribune will be out of business. http://rexcurry.net/daniel-ruth-tampa-tribune.html

Elaine Silvestrini & Benito Mussolini

The Tribune is collapsing under the web, and Dr. Curry’s work is showing the way as Dr. Curry’s work is taking top spots on the web. In a regular google search for Elaine Silvestrini, the # 1 spot (along with the four top spots) is the RexCurry.net page (and others) exposing her. In a google image search for Elaine Silvestrini the #1 and #2 spots are RexCurry.net web page images. RexCurry.net also shows in searches for Daniel Ruth. Also see google results for flag fetishism. There are improved videos in youtube exposing them in the top spots in searches for Elaine Silvestrini, Daniel Ruth, and Tampa Tribune. For years, RexCurry.net has been the # 3 spot in a google search for Daniel Ruth, after Ruth’s previous humiliating defeat.

Think of the Tampa Tribune as a torture and terrorism conspiracy (as its readers think of it; both of them). That makes Elaine Silvestrini a co-conspirator with Daniel Ruth, another Trib twit. http://rexcurry.net/ruth.html

Ruth’s use of “socialist” is very telling in that Ruth continues to cover-up for the National Socialist German Workers Party and its deadly dogma. Ruth has probably never written the actual name of the group “National Socialist German Workers Party” ever in the Tribune (check it yourself). Ruth writes flippantly about torture. Good Grief, Lyndon LaRouche was not as delusional as Ruth is. For many years, the loopy leprechaun (Ruth) has flittered about the fringes of political life in the Tampa Bay area as a sort of scary class clown, in the “special” section, hoping that his kindergarten cracks will make his teachers give up and leave him alone. Ruth’s insane clown posse act is like something out of “Apocalypse Now” meets “A Clockwork Orange.” He is the Rump-hole of the Insanely. http://rexcurry.net/ruthmore.html

In that way, the Tampa Tribune promotes and perpetuates flag fetishism by repeating tired propaganda through reporters such as Ruth and Silvestrini. http://rexcurry.net/book1a1contents-pledge.html

It is no wonder that their columns never state any qualifications they have to write articles about the topic (or any articles). Only their phone numbers and email addresses were given with no biographical or background information (nor any link to such information). There is a complete lack of disclosure of whether they have any licensing or educational acheivement that qualifies them to write on such a topic, how they were selected, nor how much they were paid to write (It might embarrass them if they printed what they were paid). They both learned to write in government schools on Planet Zircon 9. She is the Touch-hole of the Insanely. Compared to Dr. Curry’s illustrious career, Silvestrini’s name is longer than her career highlights. One suspects that Silvestrini’s flatulence worsens every time she rubs her brain cells together. Both of them.

As a career move, they should not become lawyers. Their “journalism” might cause some people to wonder if they are competent even to write about legal issues, or to write at all about anything. If they are considering any job change then here is a Memo to Daniel Ruth and Elaine Silvestrini: Don’t start packing your bags.

They submit to robotic chanting in worship of the state because it is so much like their writing: robotic repetition of claptrap that is learned from the government and taught in government schools (socialist schools). http://rexcurry.net/silvestrini-elaine-tampa-tribune.jpg

Silvestrini and Ruth remain unable or unwilling to state the simple issue: The Pledge of Allegiance (and its author Francis Bellamy, and his cousin Edward Bellamy) was the origin of the salute of the National Socialist German Workers Party and influenced its symbols and rituals. They are deniers and historical revisionists. Are all Tribune writers that dense or does intellectual dishonesty and a lack of integrity make them unwilling to provide simple accurate reporting?

On the other hand, Elaine Silvestrini has strange tastes in what she does write about. In a recent article, Silvestrini’s interests were drawn to “adults only” web pages about swastika and flag fetishism; On 7-3-07, Silvestrini wrote about a man who sells virtual sex toys, including characters on screen that can be animated into a variety of sexual positions; Silvestrini has written repeatedly about what Silvestrini calls a “high-profile drug, sex and torture case.”

Rex Curry category wordpress media news about Rex Curry

Rex Curry category media news on wordpress about Rex Curry

Rex Curry

Rex Curry

Rex Curry appeared on WTVT Fox TV “Your Turn with Kathy Fountain,” for a live interview, on 2/14/07 with the topic “Mandatory Gardasil?” concerning a new vaccine intended to prevent cancer. Sounds great. But make it mandatory? maybe not. Guests: Other guests were Dr. Anna Giuliano worked on clinical trials for Gardasil,
State Senator Mike Fasano, and Terry Kemple with Community Issues Council

http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/document/view;jsessionid=6pDSR6CTqLy9yr7tRL2G9DSpKKpxq16xvffvjnwyBQhh1JXd0d5n!-1272756975!1291806534?id=6520025624

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Pubdate: Fri, 16 Sep 2005
Source: DrugSense Weekly (DSW)
Section: Feature Article
Webpage: http://www.drugsense.org/dsw/2005/ds05.n417.html#sec6
Website: http://www.drugsense.org/current.htm
Author: Stephen Young
Note: Stephen Young is an editor with DrugSense Weekly. A
new edition of his book Maximizing Harm is scheduled for
release next year.

SNIFFING OUT THE TRUTH ABOUT DRUG DOGS: AN INTERVIEW WITH REX CURRY

How good are drug dogs at their jobs? Attorney Rex Curry has been looking at that question for years. Back in 2003, Curry argued a case in Florida challenging the reliability of a police drug dog. The dog had signaled drugs on Curry’s client, but Curry showed that the dog didn’t have adequate training, and if it did, police should have kept records proving that the dog was reliable for a decent wrap-up of the case, check this news story – http://www.mapinc.org/drugnews/v03/n1194/a04.html
Curry’s argument prevailed, and the charges were thrown
out. Police appealed, so far unsuccessfully. But the
Attorney General of Florida is trying to get the U.S.
Supreme Court to take the case. Curry has archived the
court documents at his website -
http://rexcurry.net/drugdogsmain.html – which also contains
other details about drug dogs.
DrugSense Weekly interviewed Curry recently about the where
the case is going, and drug-sniffing dogs in general.
DSW: What is the status of the Florida v. Matheson case you
detail at your site? Is the case headed for the U.S.
Supreme Court?
Rex Curry: You are in luck because you are one of the first
to learn that the court has asked for a response (this is
also visible from the court’s docket entry) and I have been
told the court asked for transcripts. This is peaking
interest in the case. Of course, it is already AT the
Supreme Court, the only question is whether the Court
will “bite” at the dog case and decide to hear oral
arguments and issue a written opinion.
DSW: How did you get involved with that case?
Curry: I developed the entire strategy from the beginning
and argued the original motion to suppress evidence and
filed the original appeal that started the trek to the U.S.
Supreme Court. The victim of the drug dog talked with me
last night about the case.
DSW: It seems from information at your website that drugsniffing
dog training, quality and testing varies widely.
Is that correct?
Curry: Correct. Drug-sniffing dog training, quality and
testing varies widely.
DSW: How wide is the variation – for example, what is the
success rate of the best dogs vs. the success rate of the
worst dogs? How wide is the variation in the way success is
defined in dog training programs?
Curry: It is difficult to measure or quantify the width of
the variation. That is one reason why law enforcement does
not desire to keep records about their dogs. It prevents
attorneys from examining the issue. In a sense, one of the
ideas in the court case is “If you law enforcement officers
will not keep records, then we judges will make your lack
of records YOUR problem when we judges evaluate the dogs in
a motion to suppress evidence.”
DSW: I’ve read that dogs are most competent when they’ve
trained on, at most, five different drug scents, and that
attempts to train them on a higher number of scents just
confuses dogs. Does that sound accurate? If so, does this
play into court cases? For example, can you as an attorney
find out what specific drugs the dogs were trained to
detect?
Curry: Well, five is not a magic number. And your question
points up the problem: Every dog is different. Each must
be evaluated individually and repeatedly, with records that
are maintained to enable evaluation and to note changes.
For example, dogs age and dogs become ill. That and other
changes can cause a good dog to go bad at any time. All of
that plays into court cases and the reluctance of law
enforcement to keep records on dog performance. Usually an
attorney can find out what specific drugs the dogs were
trained to detect, but believe it or not, even those types
of records can be difficult to acquire. Once acquired, the
records can be vague about the actual training procedures
and performance.
DSW: I’m told (ahem) that the scent of marijuana can vary
widely between different strains. Does this present a
problem for the dog, or is there some basic component of
cannabis that they will always recognize if they are
competently trained?
Curry: The state of science is not even able to answer your
question clearly at this time in the sense that scientists
are not certain what the dog is smelling as compared with
what you or I smell. For example, dogs are sometimes
trained using “pseudo” drugs that are not actual drugs.
Well, what if the dog is smelling something on pseudo
drugs that is NOT always an illegal smell? What if the dog
alerts to that smell, which is NOT an illegal component of
the smell? That is a difficult question to answer, but
could be aided with record keeping of the dog’s performance
in the field or “on the street.” The world’s oldest living
medical marijuana patient also pointed out a problem
with drug dogs. He said “I was in the airport recently and
a dog sniffed my bag and walked away. I called to the
handler and asked if the dog was trained for bombs or
drugs, and the handler said ‘for drugs.’ So I told him to
bring the dog back because I had marijuana in my bag.” His
medicine was in a bottle with a good cap, which can prevent
air-flow, meaning that it can eliminate or reduce any
Actual particles in the air that the dog would smell.
DSW: Given the problems with drug dogs explored at your
website, why do you think they are so popular with police
departments and municipal government?
Curry: Oh that is easy. You have to remember that there is
a strong incentive for law enforcement not to CARE whether
the dogs are accurate. The dogs can simply be props for
lies, in that the dogs are there to overcome refusals to
consent to search, and the dog provides law enforcement
officers (LEOs) with the ability to say that an alert
occurred even if there was no alert. And here is another
angle: some LEOs do not want a “drug dog,” they want a “car
dog,” in that they want a dog that when shown a car will
alert, as if to say “yes that is a car.” For some LEOs the
goal is to search whenever the LEO desires, period. The
dog is simply a ruse to do so. That is why the dogs are so
popular. Do not be confused with the idea that the idea
that there are “problems with drug dogs.” For some LEOs
those are not problems at all. And again, that is why some
LEOs have no interest in maintaining records about their
dogs.

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Rex Curry interviewd Dr. Susan A. MacManus, Distinguished University Professor, USF in 1990 on Jones Intercable (TV Channel 12) and Paragon Cable (TV Channel 33), “The Private Sector’s Views of Government Purchasing Policies and Procedures,” on the show “Young Republican Digest” (public affairs program), aired week of April 30-May 4, 1990 http://gia.usf.edu/faculty/data/smacmanus_media.pdf

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Libertarian announces for commission
BY MICHAEL McCLELLAND
FLORIDA FLAMBEAU ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Tuesday. December 6, 1983 Florida Flambeau

https://archive.org/stream/Florida_Flambeau_1983_Dec/Florida_Flambeau_1983_Dec_djvu.txt

Look out, Tallahassee democrats. Not only is there a new candidate in the running for the city commission, there’s a new party.
Rex Curry, a 22-year-old, second year law student at Florida State University, has announced his candidacy tor the Tallahassee City Commission on the Libertarian Party ticket.
Like the national Libertarian party, Curry centers his platform around the idea of reducing the size of government.
“We’re going to try to get the city government out of all areas where they don’t belong and give (those
areas) to private citizens or business” Curry said.
Under the existing taxation and government system, Curry said, people are frequently taxed for services they never use while others manage to avoid paying taxes for services they use regularly. A west side resident, for instance, pays taxes that finance the upkeep of roads on the east side. At the same time, a businessman who lives in the county and commutes into town every day might not pay a cent to maintain the road he uses daily.
Curry would like to see that changed. Under his philosophy, residents of a specific neighborhood would pay for the upkeep of roads only in that neighborhood, probably through required membership in a neighborhood association. Businesses would be responsible for maintaining roads in their area; if roads were allowed to deteriorate, business would do the same.
Curry would like to see that approach taken to many areas traditionally under the control of government and funded by taxes. In Tallahassee, those areas would include roads, drainage systems, the airport and the Civic Center.
“You’ve got people who are being forced to pay for art in City Hall, the Civic Center, the airport and pools they never use,” Curry charged. “These are poor people who don’t always eat well, or have nice clothes to wear, but they’re forced to pay these taxes.”
Curry plans to run for the commission seat presently held by optometrist Judd Chapman, who has already said he will run for re-election. Two other candidates -local political activist Ollie Lee Taylor and Tallahassee attorney Jack McLean— have already announced their candidacies for that seat.
While he conceded the Libertarian Party is a relative newcomer to local politics. Curry said he felt he had a good chance to acquaint voters with his ideas and win the February election.
“It’s a rational philosophy, and most people are rational,” Curry said. “I’m counting on them to
understand and accept my philosophy.”

Nazi salutes in the US were performed by this older reader in the early 1940’s who recalls the Pledge of Allegiance from way back when

Rex Curry artwork from cafepress: The More I Learn About Government The More I Like My Guns

Rex Curry artwork from cafepress: The More I Learn About Government The More I Like My Guns

 

Nazi salutes in the US were performed by this older reader in the early 1940’s who recalls the Pledge of Allegiance from way back when: “Thank you for your research and attention you have given this matter. Most sincerely. Why especially? Because, I can recall my time in Kindergarden, and the first and second grade at Lincoln school in Spokane, Washington, and in the 3rd grade at Sacret Heart School in Spokane. People just do not believe me when I tell them I can very cleary remember having to give the pledge of alliengence to the flag with the upraised right hand at a 45 degrees. We were supposed to do it with our palms facing up. But, as kids who had seen the movies that were starting to come out about Germany, Hitler, and the nazi thing, a lot of us did the salute with palms facing down just to imitate the Nazi salute just for the heck of. And, guess what? No body really fussed about some of us who were giving the Pledge of Allegiance the “German way” with our extended arms with palms down. Even then, before the expression “cool” existed, most of us kids (mostly boys, but there were few girls as well) thought it was cool to give the straight upraised arm salute. Oh, yeah, it was there for sure, I remeber doing it. Frankly, sorry to admit this, but when the hands over the heart pledge thing came in, it was sort of whimpy, and not nearly as much fun or exciting as the upraised hand pledge. The nuns teaching at Sacred Heart in the early 1940′s were, I believe, a little bit faschist, and militaristic. At 1200 noon, we all had to get on our knees to say the rosary, afterwhich, we all (including the girls) were given the commnad to stand, do an about face, and stand at attention while the school loundspeaker played a rousing John Philip Sousa march. Then sister would eventually tell us to start “marking time” so that we would in step with the 2/4 time of the march music. When it our turn to march out into the hallway, sister gave the command to “march” as she opened the door so we could march out to join up with the other classes marching in the hallway. The 8th grade got to march out first, and stayed in formatation while the other grades 7th down to 1st grade would march out and join up in the mass school formation. When the march music would finally stop, we would all stand at attenion for about 20 seconds or so until Sister, Mother Superior would dismiss the formation. And, we were finally allowed to go to lunch. We had to also do this same marching ritual at the end of the school day. This routine was done, twice a day, for every…. god…. damned…. freaking day of the school week. I think that Mr. Bellamy would have been proud to see this routine as it was practiced at Sacred Heart Parochial School in Spokane, Washington in the early 1940′s.”  see the original post that inspired the comment from the reader at http://minarchist.wordpress.com/2014/04/05/nazi-salute-nazi-behavior-from-uss-pledge-of-allegiance-continues-to-mess-up-the-world/

Nazi salute & Nazi behavior from US’s Pledge of Allegiance continues to mess up the world

Governments mandated the Nazi salute in the past, then governments banned the Nazi salute. Governments are insane and must end.

In the US and Germany and other countries, the Nazi gesture was mandated by law. The US’s Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the salute and of the horrid behavior that accompanied it (see the discoveries of the historian Dr. Rex Curry).

People who refused to perform the salute and the robotic chanting to the flag on cue in government schools were persecuted. Children were taken from parents, people were beaten, arrested, imprisoned, and even lynched.

The idiocy of government continues with this news story:

Portuguese prosecutors are investigating a Jewish prison guard and five of his colleagues for making a Nazi salute.
The six men participated in a demonstration last month against the government’s austerity measures in front of Portugal’s parliament in Lisbon, Diario de Noticias, a daily newspaper, reported earlier this week. The newspaper did not name the men, but reported that one of them was Jewish.
The decision to investigate the men came almost a month after the demonstration, in which a crowd of government employees, mostly male and many wearing masks, were seen singing the national anthem and waving their arms in what prosecutors said were Nazi salutes that violated Portuguese law against the display of fascist symbols.
The Jewish prison guard told the daily he was “indignant” over the decision.
A spokesperson for the group told the sapo.pt news site that the investigation was baseless as none of the guards had any connections to the extreme right, and that it was a way for the government to punish them for participating in the protest rally.

Read more: http://forward.com/articles/195936/jewish-prison-guard-investigated-for-nazi-salute-i/#ixzz2y0GEQXAs

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Nazi salute came from Pledge of Allegiance

The Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior (see the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry). The pledge was written by an American socialist who influenced other socialists worldwide, including German socialists. The pledge continues to be the origin of Nazi behavior even though the gesture was changed to hide the pledge’s putrid past. This is an error that appeared in a recent article about the pledge, published elsewhere: “The original flag salute was inspired by one of the magazine editors, James Upham who allegedly emulated the ancient Roman legion salute.” The part that is an error is the part that says Upham allegedly emulated the ancient Roman legion salute. Upham did not emulate the ancient Roman legion salute, as the myth of the “ancient Roman legion salute” did not exist at that time. The person who wrote that was duped by wikipedia (aka wakipedia), where the “ancient Roman salute” myth was touted and then replaced by the fabrication of the neo-classical painting myth. Upham never said such a thing and it is crystal clear where the gesture came from: Upham suggested that the pledge begin with a military salute and then extended the military salute gesture outward to point toward the flag, and in actual use of the gesture, children would simply extend the military salute straight out, stiffly, in the classic form that was adopted later by German socialists. See the videos related to Dr. Curry’s work.

Swastikas meant “Socialism” (2 crossed “S” letters) under Germany’s National Socialists

The German National Socialist’s symbol was not a “swastika” in that the German socialists did not call their symbol a “swastika.” They called their symbol a “Hakenkreuz,” which means “hooked cross” because their symbol was a type of cross. It was also not a swastika in that they used it to represent crossed “S” letters for their dogma -“socialism”- as alphabetical symbolism (see the book about the work of the symbologist Dr. Rex Curry). So, the Germans did not “hijack” the symbol. The hijacking of the symbol was done by people who did not want to disparage the Christian cross, so they began deliberately mis-identifying the German socialist symbol as a “swastika.” That continues to this day. If you want to rehabilitate the swastika, then you should explain these differences so that others will understand.

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Roman Salute: Cinema, History & Ideology myths & Martin Winkler & Robyn Blumner (St. Petersburg Times) debunked. http://rexcurry.net/roman-salute-martin-winkler.html

St. Pete Swastikas & Romans salute debunked by Dr. Rex Curry
Roman salute myth debunked

The Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the stiff-armed salute adopted later by the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazis) as shown by Dr. Rex Curry (author of “Pledge of Allegiance Secrets”). The Pledge’s early right-arm salute was not an ancient Roman salute. The ancient Roman salute is a myth. The ‘ancient Roman salute’ myth came from the Pledge. A new documentary video movie exposes the shocking facts on youtube. http://youtu.be/mvDwL553pVM

The original Pledge began with a military salute that was then extended out toward the flag. In practice the second gesture was performed palm down by children casually performing the forced ritual chanting. Thus, the stiff-arm salute resulted from the military salute extended outward in the pledge. http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance.jpg

The Pledge was written in 1892 by Francis Bellamy. Francis was raised in Rome, New York, not in Rome Italy. Francis was cousin to Edward Bellamy, and they promoted military socialism.

Learn how Martin Winkler (in the book Gladiator: Film and History) was debunked. Robyn Blumner and the St. Petersburg Times Newspaper (& Poynter Institute Online) cover up for the National Socialist German Workers Party and the origin of its dogma, symbols and rituals. Learn more about Francis Bellamy, Edward Bellamy and the early stiff arm salute of the Pledge of Allegiance. http://rexcurry.net/medianazi.html

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Dr. Rex Curry exposes Tampa newspapers

Robyn Blumner & the Nazi salute 

 

The Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior, and the swastika was used by Nazis to represent crossed “S” letters for their socialist dogma (see the discoveries of the historian Dr. Rex Curry). Tampa’s newspapers support Dr. Curry’s work, including support from the following photograph of children performing the US’s early Nazi gesture (from the Tampa Bay Times):

https://www.flickr.com/photos/89368172@N02/14447115731

 The picture of the children doing the early American Nazi salute was probably printed in the Tampa Bay Times when the building that it occupies was adorned with swastikas. In fact, the building that the Tampa Bay Times presently occupies is adorned with swastikas (see the photograph below).  Mind blown.

 Newspaper columnist Robyn Blumner was so impressed with Dr. Curry’s expertise that she asked him for an historic photograph that Blumner’s newspaper published to show America’s early Nazi salute. In the article, Blumner also supports Dr. Curry’s call to end the Pledge of Allegiance. The photograph that her newspaper published (without the text) is shown at the following link.

 Recognition of Dr. Curry’s discoveries expanded after Tampa’s old newspapers were defeated in public debate challenges concerning the Pledge of Allegiance and its part in socialist dogma (the debate challenge included Elaine Silvestrini, Daniel Ruth, Robyn Blumner, and Jessica Vander Velde). How could they dispute the facts uncovered by Dr. Curry, when the newspaper’s own photographs and articles support him? http://rexcurry.net

 It is no wonder that Tampa is known as the home of America’s Dumbest Newspapers. They are so dumb that America’s Dumbest Criminal duped America’s Dumbest Newspapers (read about how Jessica Vander Velde was duped by America’s Dumbest Criminal).

 Every day America’s Dumbest Newspapers dupe America’s Dumbest Readers.

 After Ruth’s loss in the public debate challenge, the local response against the crack-pot was so great that Ruth said he was labeled a “Dork, anti-free market statist, $#%!&, Dummkopf, liberal, daffy, dolt, stupid, dunce and, oh by the way, socialist.”

 Not long after the “socialist” crack, Ruth’s employer/newspaper said to the kook: “Uh, Daniel Ruth? Start packing your bags!”

 On another occasion, Ruth admitted publicly that locals have labeled him “bigot, prejudiced, hateful and ignorant” among many other similar insults.

 It seems apropos that Ruth works in a building that is adorned with swastikas. Swastikas on Ruth’s newspaper building in St. Petersburg, Florida resemble swastikas on buildings in St. Petersburg, Russia (the origin of the name of St. Petersburg, Florida) and swastikas printed as symbols for “socialism” (as two crossed “S” letters for “socialist”) on the first paper ruble money issued after the 1917 socialist revolution that spawned the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and influencing the use of the swastika as a symbol for socialism under the National Socialist German Workers Party and Adolf Hitler (who also used the symbol to represent crossed “S” letters for his socialist dogma). It culminated in Soviet socialists and German socialists becoming allies in a pact to divide up Europe, invading Poland together in 1939, and spreading WWII, and ending in the countries holding the worst world record for mass slaughter in the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part).

http://rexcurry.net/ussr-socialist-swastika-cccp-sssr.html

http://www.nork.ru/burg/swastika.html

There are many reasons why the Tampa Bay Times is known as “Pravda West” (in reference to Soviet Socialism). Nelson Poynter, son of the founder of the Tampa Bay Times (formerly the St. Petersburg Times) newspaper, and founder of the “Poynter Institute” (owner of the newspaper), promoted  socialism in films during the 1940s, censoring anything that was too pro-liberty, and even seeing that movies produced in that era had to pass inspection by the embassy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics located in New York (see MGM’s 1940 movie “Song Of Russia,” a blatant propaganda movie glorifying the socialist misery of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics). The Roosevelt administration’s Office of War Information (which claimed the right to “comment” on film scripts) had the script for “Song of Russia” vetted by the Embassy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics! http://rexcurry.net/mediapoint.html

Poynter was one of the “point men” in Hollywood for the USA’s worst president, the socialist Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR). http://rexcurry.net/socialism-roosevelt.html

Similar criticism is merited by Poynter’s involvement with film’s such as “Hitler’s Children” concerning the National Socialist German Workers Party. Note that the title of the film is not “National Socialist Children” and thus evidences a misleading habit similar to one that continues at the St. Petersburg Times newspaper.

Also note this quote written by Robyn Blumner in the St. Petersburg Times: “The [free] market is not the best part of America. Not even close. Our government is the best part – or at least it used to be before the current gang took over.”

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the National Socialist German Workers Party were part of the socialist inquisition that caused the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part): ~60 million dead under the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; ~50 million dead under the Peoples’ Republic of China; ~20 million dead under the National Socialist German Workers’ Party.

In 1939, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) joined as allies with the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSGWP) to invade Poland in a plan to divide up Europe. Even after the National Socialist German Workers Party ended, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics continued to pursue (and expand) the goals it had agreed to with the NSGWP.

Poynter-style propaganda lives on today at the the St. Petersburg Times. http://rexcurry.net/medianazi.html

America’s Dumbest Newspapers use news “repeaters.” The term “repeaters” and “reporters” is synonymous, although “repeaters” explains more about old media (in radio, TV, and print-news) and their people (such as Elaine Silvestrini, Daniel Ruth, Robyn Blumner, and Jessica Vander Velde): they repeat claptrap that is spouted by government, and government officials. They repeat it as if it is serious, rational, and important. That is what happens to “news” media in a police state. They repeat the national socialist dogma of their newspapers (“national socialist” is what you-know-who called himself, and it is necessary to point that out in case the newspapers’ readers (both of them) read this because that fact is covered-up in the rags (as if the rags are trying to rehabilitate the dogma)).

 It is no wonder they are America’s Dumbest Newspapers – their repeaters attended the children’s day-prisons known as government schools (socialist schools). News repeaters repeat propaganda as if it were the pledge of allegiance that they were taught to chant at the ring of a bell, like Pavlov’s dogs. The repeaters were no different from the children in the photograph chanting mechanically the Pledge of Allegiance with America’s early stiff-armed salute. Could they be the children in the photograph? Or did they use a different gesture (a gesture used to hide the pledge’s putrid past). The photograph was made at a local school. https://www.flickr.com/photos/89368172@N02/14447115731

They were led in robotic chanting in worship of government every day. They were kept ignorant of the underlying truths about the government schools and the daily ritual brainwashing.

 They want their readers (both of them) to remain ignorant too.

 America’s Dumbest Newspapers are proof that government schools (socialist schools) are a violation of the First Amendment of the US Constitution.

 The newspapers are collapsing under the internet, and Dr. Curry’s work is only one example of why. Newspaper writers are learning (the hard way) why they are losing under the web.

 Swastikas of Tampa Bay area

Swastikas on Tampa Bay Times Newspaper (formerly the Saint Petersburg Times Newspaper)

 

 

Rex Curry lauded in new book by A. E. Samaan re: America’s Nazi past (and present?)

Rex Curry is lauded in the new book “From a ‘Race of Masters’ to a ‘Master Race’: 1948 to 1848” by the author A. E. Samaan (800 pages, published 2013). books.google.com/books?isbn=1626600007

“Dr. Rex Curry, the professor and attorney from Florida, has debated and largely proven the unavoidable evidence that Hitler’s National Socialism was significantly influenced by Bellamy’s ‘nationalistic’ form of ‘socialism.’ Curry is famous for making the claim that Hitler adopted the ‘stiff-arm salute’ from Francis and Edward Bellamy.” (at page 589) http://rexcurry.net

“Thus, Dr. Curry’s claims that much of the fanfare and propaganda we now attribute to the Hitler Youth and the Nuremberg rallies actually originated with American customs, are definitely sound.” (at page 590)

http://books.google.com/books?id=JkXJZtI9DQoC&pg=PA590&lpg=PA590&dq=Thus,+Dr.+Curry%E2%80%99s+claims+that+much+of+the+fanfare+and+propaganda&source=bl&ots=3zocH6sxU_&sig=vO8T0VmavEd9dSI5VBSvkc_Q4u8&hl=en&sa=X&ei=48NqUbXcLJHo9gSG-oDQDg&ved=0CDAQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Thus%2C%20Dr.%20Curry%E2%80%99s%20claims%20that%20much%20of%20the%20fanfare%20and%20propaganda&f=false

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Nazi salutes & Nazi behavior came from USA’s Pledge of Allegiance, sez Ian Tinny & historian Dr. Rex Curry

The Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior (see the new book “Pledge of Allegiance + Swastika Secrets” by Ian Tinny, about the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry).

But no media sycophant in the USA will ever tell the truth about it. Here is a say-nothing article from sfgate -

pledge of allegiance must end

stop the pledge of allegiance

 

“I pledge, something, something, United States, something, God, something, something, for all.”

Ask a Bay Area kid to recite the Pledge of Allegiance and that’s what you might get.

While generations of school kids have stood every day, hand over heart, the tradition is becoming passe in some of these parts. Some school still do it. Others don’t and a lot of public school kids have never even heard of it.

But hold on Heartland. Do we really need to recite the pledge everyday? You might be surprised to see who says no.

Still if there was ever a story to make Rush Limbaugh and Fox News happier than a dog rolling in poop, this is probably it. Read more here.

Posted By: Jill Tucker ( Email ) | Mar 24, 2013

http://blog.sfgate.com/education/2013/03/24/pledge-of-allegiance-passe-in-many-bay-area-schools/

Rex Curry new book “Pledge of Allegiance & Swastika Secrets”

Rex Curry is the author of the newly published book “Pledge of Allegiance & Swastika Secrets” (with Ian Tinny) showing that the pledge was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior. It is free to Kindle Prime customers too. http://www.amazon.com/Pledge-Allegiance-Swastika-Secrets-Francis/dp/148121618X/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_1

Everyone should explain to friends and family that the Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior (see the book “Pledge of Allegiance and Swastika Secrets” by Ian Tinny with help from the historian Dr. Rex Curry). The pledge was written by a socialist to promote socialism and a government takeover of (socialism of) schools/education. The American socialists who touted the pledge influenced German socialists (the National Socialist German Workers Party or Nazis). Everyone should stop kissing the government’s butt every morning. The book is free on Kindle prime if you care to download it or tell anyone else. Please give it max stars (and a good review).

Kindle book http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B0H2RNA

Amazon paperback http://amzn.com/148121618X

author page for Ian Tinny http://www.amazon.com/Ian-Tinny/e/B00B0VE6DU

Here are pledge of allegiance shirts etc at cafepress
http://www.cafepress.com/rexy

Word Press blog http://iantinny.wordpress.com

blogspot http://iantinny.blogspot.com/

Dr. Curry is a also contributor in the book “Why Liberty” by Marc Guttman

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Rex Curry Pledge of Allegiance & Swastika Secrets by Ian Tinny

Rex Curry new book “Pledge of Allegiance & Swastika Secrets” w Ian Tinny

Rex Curry is the author of the newly published book “Pledge of Allegiance & Swastika Secrets” (with Ian Tinny) showing that the pledge was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior. It is free to Kindle Prime customers too. <a href=”http://www.amazon.com/Pledge-Allegiance-Swastika-Secrets-Francis/dp/148121618X/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_1&#8243; target=”_blank”>http://www.amazon.com/Pledge-Allegiance-Swastika-Secrets-Francis/dp/148121618X/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_1</a&gt;

Everyone should explain to friends and family that the Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior (see the book “Pledge of Allegiance and Swastika Secrets” by Ian Tinny with help from the historian Dr. Rex Curry). The pledge was written by a socialist to promote socialism and a government takeover of (socialism of) schools/education. The American socialists who touted the pledge influenced German socialists (the National Socialist German Workers Party or Nazis). Everyone should stop kissing the government’s butt every morning. The book is free on Kindle prime if you care to download it or tell anyone else. Please give it max stars (and a good review).

Kindle book <a href=”http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B0H2RNA&#8221; target=”_blank”>http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B0H2RNA</a&gt;

Amazon paperback <a href=”http://amzn.com/148121618X&#8221; target=”_blank”>http://amzn.com/148121618X</a&gt;

author page for Ian Tinny http://www.amazon.com/Ian-Tinny/e/B00B0VE6DU

Here are pledge of allegiance shirts etc at cafepress
<a href=”http://www.cafepress.com/rexy&#8221; target=”_blank”>http://www.cafepress.com/rexy</a&gt;

Word Press blog <a href=”http://iantinny.wordpress.com&#8221; target=”_blank”>http://iantinny.wordpress.com</a&gt;

blogspot <a href=”http://iantinny.blogspot.com/&#8221; target=”_blank”>http://iantinny.blogspot.com/</a&gt;

Dr. Curry is a also contributor in the book “Why Liberty” by Marc Guttman
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Pledge of Allegiance was origin of “ancient Roman salute” myth & Nazi salute. See work of Dr. Rex Curry

The straight-arm salute did not originate in Rome. The “ancient Roman salute” is a debunked myth. The German weren’t the first to use it just as the article said, the USA was the first to use it as the Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of…
the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior (see the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry). It continues to be the origin of Nazi behavior, only the gesture has changed. http://rexcurry.net/roman-salute-oxford-english-dictionary.html
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