The Earls Court Peace Rally was the largest indoor political meeting in the history of the world. It was held in London on Sunday 16 July 1939, less than 7 weeks before Britain’s war lobby declared war on Germany and the start of an armed conflict that cost the lives of 60-million people.Read more
Tag Archives: Fascism
The question often asked, why do people allow themselves to be fed into huge concentration camps like sheep with hardly a plaintive bleat to be heard?Read more
ANTIFA or rather the head of the Hydra is likely very small; I would guess at only a dozen to twenty movers and shakers being on the organisation’s payroll.
ANTIFA is, however, a global ~ and globalist organisation. Within hours, ANTIFA, supposedly made up of motley anti-Fascist ad hoc leftists, can organise promote and ally itself with similar leftist groups around the world.
Following the so-called liberation of France John Eisenhower, the American General’s son, reported: “I saw absolutely no evidence of German abuse of the population… The attitude of the French was sobering indeed. Instead of bursting with enthusiasm they seemed not only indifferent but sullen. There was considerable cause for wondering whether they wished to be ‘liberated.”Read more
It was a bitterly cold morning on January 3, 1946. In a small chapel in Galway, Ireland, the mass was being said for an American about to be hanged in England’s grim Wandsworth Prison. The condemned man was still writing his farewell notes as the liturgy began. His notes ended: ‘In death, as in this life, I defy the Jews who caused this last war: and I defy the power of Darkness which they represent.Read more
William Joyce was illegitimately hanged at HM Wandsworth Prison on January 3, 1946. Those still dependent for their information upon mainstream corporate media imitate media-speak that the Irish-American citizen was an ‘a British street thug who betrayed Britain’. The verifiable facts prove that this is fake news.Read more
On May 1st, the May Day, National Socialists marched in Plauen, Saxony and elsewhere in former East Germany. The discipline, orderliness, and determination etched on the faces of the men and women taking part echoed an earlier era of German national renaissance.Read more
Perhaps Italian leader Benito Mussolini (1883 – 1945) was modern Europe’s first populist politician. Ushering in a social revolution, the ex-infantryman, wounded in WWI, was a journalist and revolutionary. His party and its Blackshirts anti-Communist activists fought for revolutionary nationalism. In 1922, Mussolini became the youngest Italian prime minister in history.Read more
Adolf Hitler announced the National Socialist German Workers Party 25-Point Program on 24 February 1920 before 2,000 people in the Munich Festival. The manifesto was compiled by Adolf Hitler and Anton Drexler, when it was founded in 1920.Read more
Desperate to earn media exposure for their books, palace historians recycle the myth that British Premier Minister Chamberlain’s signing of the Munich Pact was an act of appeasement. In fact, feel free to read the agreement, if they let you.Read more