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SUPERMARKET’S MIXED RACE PROPAGANDA BACKFIRES AS MIXED RACE COUPLE FLEE COUNTRY

A customer’s revolution against advertising that uses race-mixing couples to promote their products is causing advert agents and their clients to think again. In Sweden, an enterprising advertising agency has boldly challenged the strategy by going direct to smaller business and promising their client’s propaganda-free advertising.

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THE UNKNOWN ADOLF HITLER

The remarkable success of Mike Walsh’s Odyssey Adolf Hitler is perhaps summarised in its 25 chapter headings. Here, for the first time in history, the reader discovers that as a schoolchild Hitler was fascinated by great music including opera. It was after experiencing Wagner’s Rienzi that the youthful Adolf Hitler experienced a paranormal visitation.

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BOOK THAT VAPORISED THE VICTORS’ PROPAGANDA

Michael Walsh’s Witness to History was first published in its much-abridged form in 1996. The intention was to match the best-selling magazine format Did Six Million Really Die. An immediate success, Witness to History inspired the mega-sized version now also published in four volumes for those who like their real history in sections.

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LEFTIST GUERNICA ICON KNOCKED OFF ITS PEDESTAL

Guernica a mural 11’ 6” high and 25’ 8” was painted by the Cubist Spanish painter, Pablo Picasso in 1937. The title Guernica refers to the city that was bombed by the Condor Legion. The Legion was a small but effective airforce put to the disposal of General Franco’s nationalist armies.

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IT’S NOT WHAT YOU SAY BUT HOW YOU SAY IT

EDITING IS EASY All you need do is change a name to make more sense of the following story:
Grant’s Bookshop in Melbourne is under fire for trying to sell a 1930s photograph featuring a smiling Josef Stalin with a young child. The bookshop was trying to sell the image for $300 at the recent Melbourne Fair, which prompted a complaint to Ethnic-European support groups.

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