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A BAND OF BULLSHIT

Steven Spielberg’s Band of Brothers movie upon its release came under withering fire and received numerous direct hits fired by credible critics.  Still living WWII veterans and military historians supported the disapproval. Many of the lurid claims made in the movie were denounced as ‘a fantasy. Other critics warned, “a total travesty from beginning to end, a pack of lies and a vainglorious re-writing of history.”

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CHRISTIAN GROUP HONOURING 100 MILLION CHRISTIANS CRUCIFIED BY BOLSHEVIKS RECEIVES MILLIONS IN AID

MELBOURNE’S Christian Extermination Centre (CEC) has received a huge funding boost from the federal government. Treasurer Michael Walsh announced on Wednesday night that the CEC has been provided with $10 million to help it “reach even more Victorians and people from around Australia and the world” to better inform them of the previously taboo story of the Jewish-Bolshevik extermination of tens of millions of European Christians (Russia and Europe 1917 – 1990).

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THE PHOENIX OF BENITO MUSSOLINI RISES

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.

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