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