Monthly Archives: May 2019

THE MAN WHO MADE LILI MARLENE THE WORLD’s MOST POPULAR WARTIME BALLAD

Born in Braunschweig, Germany, the son of a professor of medicine, Norbert Schultze (1911 – 2002 studied music at the Hochschule fur Musik in Cologne.   He was afterwards to become an orchestral conductor, first performing at Heidelberg and then later at Darmstadt. Realising he had a gift for composition the young musician produced an opera based on a fairy tale, Schwarzer Peter (1936).  This was followed by the ballet performance, Struwwelpeter (1937).

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UK COPS THE PROBLEM NOT THE SOLUTION

Again and again ordinary citizens are asking, if the police will not protect us we have no recourse but to create our own vigilante groups. We are witnessing the assisted suicide of Western civilization, no less. Not only are the authorities allowing the Muslims to protest violently at non-Muslim protests,  they also go to great lengths to hide the fact that the violence is coming from a group of Muslims.

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PEARL HARBOR ACTION REPLAY IN THE STRAIT OF HORMUZ

Anyone who knows the true story of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941 was an American inspired invitation to attack the base. This occurred as planned having time failed to lure Germany into a trap that would bring the (neutral) United States into World War II. Months before the Japanese attack on Aerica’s Pacific base, President Roosevelt had ordered the American Pacific Fleet to Hawaii. The trap was about to be sprung.

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