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A Special Book for John Rose
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: November 26, 2017 12:32AM

A Special Book for John Rose
John Im sorry I dont have time to cook up a YOUTUBE STEAK Video , So just enjoy the book
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Holocaust Deniers

Holocaust Deniers

We here at Cracked have little patience for your typical conspiracy theorist. After all, they're about as fun to discourse with as a blackout drunk. We give you the most retarded conspiracy theory ever, and the people who sell it.

Just The Facts
1.The Holocaust wasn't funny, but it totally happened.
2.People who deny the Holocaust, on the other hand, are funny.
3.The basic logic applied by the deniers consists mostly of "the damn Jews made up the whole thing!"
4.This argument is as boring as it is stupid, so we'll be looking at more entertaining delusions.

If it happened, then Himmler and the others did it behind Hitler's back

Our favorite, stupid conspiracy theory because it depends on Hitler never talking about wiping out the Jews.

The main proponent of this view is a guy by the name of David Irving, a once respected Third Reich historian who later was officially labelled a Holocaust Denier by a court of law. Don't think "the Man" was just pissing on an otherwise good guy either with that proclimation, the foo- er guy wrote books suggesting that Adolf Hitler didn't know about the Holocaust. He then had either the balls or lack of brains to sue a woman for libel, because she said he was a Holocaust Denier. To be fair, at least he was willing to admit it happened then. He's kinda flip-flopped on that one though.

Heil-ly @#$%&!

Where to begin with this dipshit, well, how about Hitler's book on all the reasons Jews should be clensed; Mein Kampf? He doesn't outright say "we need to set up a death machine to kill every Jew on the @#$%& planet," or "we're gonna buttfuck Stalin in 1941" but both are strongly allueded to. And that's putting it mildly. He also said some pretty incriminating stuff outside the book too, on camera.

Anyway, if we take this claim that Hitler didn't know at face value and assume for the sake of humor that it's true; would that make the Holocaust a surprise present for him? If so, what did Himmler and company plan on doing as the big reveal? Taking the boss out to Treblinka for an exchange like this,

Hitler: Hey, that clock hasn't moved for five minutes, it's broken!

Himmler: No, that's part of the surprise my leader.

Hitler: A broken clock?

Himmler: Yes, you see when a trainload of Jews showed up here we didn't want them to panic so we made this fake clock.

Hitler: But why would they panic Heinrich?

Himmler: Because me, and some of the other guys, had places like this built to effect the complete eradication of the Jews. We got so excited and threw in a bunch of other people you don't like, from Germany and several other countries. Happy Birthday!

Hitler: My dear Heiny Himmy, it's just what I've always wanted! How did you know!?

Himmler: Well, you mentioned it once or twice. Plus I read your book.

Hitler: I should have known it was you guys, I hadn't seen a Jew, Gypsy, Communist or any of those people I hate in so long. I thought they finally got the message and left. Guess this explains those boxcars full of people and what you were doing with all those guys who could've been fighting the war.

It was impossible, they couldn't have killed so many

This arguement seriously both underestimates the Nazi's determination to be rid of what they saw as a disease AND their efficiancy. It's like saying the only way it could've happened was with the help of aliens, like the ones who helped build the pyramids. We suppose that's the easiest argument for people on the fence about this whole thing to fall for, which is kind of ironic considering the same people who make that arguement like to portray Hitler and Nazi Germany as being capabale of anything. Such as flying saucers, stealth fighters, the list of stuff they'd have us believe the Nazis either built or were about to build goes on and on.

Wonder weapons of Germany

To be clear, we're not saying all who think the Nazis were developing space bombers are deniers; we're saying deniers like to believe this kind of stuff was within Hitler's grasp. If one thinks they were capable of space flight in the early to mid forties, it really shouldn't be so hard to imagine the same folks would be bad at figuring out how to murder millions of people.

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Re: A Special Book for John Rose
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: December 06, 2017 08:52PM

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Re: A Special Book for John Rose
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: December 06, 2017 10:39PM


Because he was a dim bulb motivated by a limitless engine of fury, Hitler tried to take power before he had the guns to do it, and got thrown in jail. For the same reason, while in prison he wrote Mein Kampf (My Struggle) which rambled on and on about hating Jews and Communists. The book didn't make much sense.

When Hitler got out of the slammer eight months later (five-year sentence originally), he rebuilt the Nazi party. Using Germany's bottomless appetite for conspiracy theories, he attracted millions of voters.

Once he was in power, all dissenters were neutralized in whatever way necessary, and he ramped up manufacturing of military weapons which helped arm Germany and wipe out unemployment.

So to recap: Hitler wasn't an evil genius who forced his way to the top using trickery and the foresight of a chess master. He was a high school dropout who just happened to be angry enough to take advantage of a nation desperate for a pleasant conspiracy theory to believe.

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Re: A Special Book for John Rose
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: December 07, 2017 12:52AM

The climate-change deniers are rapidly ending up with as much intellectual credibility as creationists and Flat Earthers. ...they are nudging close to having the moral credibility of Holocaust deniers.

Johann Hari

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Re: A Special Book for John Rose
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: December 10, 2017 03:46AM

What's the difference between christianity and national socialism? - In christianity one man died for all, in national socialism all men are expected to die for one." (1944)

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Re: A Special Book for John Rose
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: December 10, 2017 10:39AM

John with you quoting David Duke Imperial Wizard Of The Ku Klux Kland often this poem remined me of you.

Harlan Simantel

you burn crosses
don't you?

so appropriate
because you burn
everything the Man
stood for:

love for others
love for other races
one of His disciples
was simeon the canaanite -
a black man

cowards you are are
you hide behind your sheets
and do your dirt
in the dark of night
just like your clever friend


just how jesus described him

you all hate: 'niggers! '

you all murder: lynchings
50 against one

you took their lives from them,
stealing their futures
thieves of life

someday, shriveled hearts,
twisted minds,
the Man whose cross
and principles you burn
will throw you away
into a very hot lake of fire

and silently, peacefully watching on that fiery shore
wil be the spirits of innocent 'niggers'
you killed
standing next to Jesus
with Hades keys

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 12/10/2017 10:44AM by riverhousebill.

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Re: A Special Book for John Rose
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: January 04, 2018 11:11PM

Commandant Rose, Guess what? Another special book for you Have you read THE BIG BOOK OF JEWISH CONSPIRACYS?

History of the World, Part 2

Jewish conspiracy theory: the satire.
By Joshua Neuman

"If the Jews control the media, why don't we give ourselves better press?" Jon Stewart quipped recently on The Daily Show. If Jewish conspiracy theory is central to modern anti-Semitism, jokes about Jewish power are increasingly a staple of Jewish irreverence. The latest example is Marc Levin's documentary Protocols of Zion, produced by HBO and opening today in New York, Los Angeles, and other U.S. cities. (The film will also air on HBO in the spring.) A Swiftian satire, the documentary takes as its modest proposal the premise that Jews conspired to bring about 9/11.

Jews who think that humor and anti-Semitism are as unkosher a mix as milk and meat need not fear: Protocols of Zion is no Life Is Beautiful. Unlike director Roberto Benigni, Levin carefully sets his story in a historical context rather than in a land of make-believe. He links the resurgence of anti-Semitism after 9/11 to The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, the notorious forgery purporting to be the Jewish master plan to rule the world that the Russian secret police composed 100 years ago. Long ago exposed as a fake, The Protocols has been translated into countless languages. Along with Mein Kampf, it's the acme of Western anti-Semitic literature. Levin uses excerpts of The Protocols to make sense of an improbable journey that takes him, as narrator, to West Palm Beach, Fla., where senior citizens struggle with voting machines and lament voting for Pat Buchanan for president in 2000, and to a tête-à-tête with Larry David, who manages to steal the scene through the other end of a telephone without being heard.

Riding the wave of Jewish satire

For all its shtick, Protocols isn't slapstick. Among its more trenchant moments is a meeting with Walid Rabah, publisher of the Arab Voice Newsletter of Patterson, N.J., who after 9/11 cut and pasted (with a glue stick) excerpts of The Protocols into his publication to suggest that the Jews were somehow responsible for the attacks on the World Trade Center. Levin also interviews Pastor Ted Haggard, president of the National Association of Evangelicals, who calls Mel Gibson's Passion of the Christ"the Michelangelo portrait of this generation." And he visits neo-Nazi leader Shaun Walker, who shows off SS bolted boots that he pulls out of a box labeled "Aryan Wear: the Sole of Our People."
None of this is revelatory—most of us know that subcultures like these are out there. But typically, Jews try to erase smears rather than air them. Recently, for example, the Anti-Defamation League got TheProtocols removed from Wal Mart's online catalogue, and the Jewish Web log successfully campaigned to remove the anti-Semitic Web site from Google's search engine.
Yet as Lenny Bruce teaches (along with First Amendment scholars), ideas and speech gain strength when they're driven underground. Mockery, on the other hand, zaps them. Think of Bruce's routine about finding a note in his basement that takes full responsibility for the crucifixion of Jesus Christ—"Signed, Morty." Sure, Levin is handing a mike to a racist skinhead when he puts Shaun Walker on camera. But in prompting Walker to describe his preference for tan boots instead of the traditional black, he is also pricking the bigot's balloon.
Levin has company among Jewish satirists in going after conspiracy theorists at the moment. In literature, music, film, and television, examples abound that would make Lenny Bruce plotz. Check out this Jewish apparel Web site,, which puts the "racy" back into "conspiracy," by selling "Jews for Jeter" and "Happy Madonnakah" T-shirts. I'm part of the movement: Co-author and conspirator David Deutsch and I recently published The Big Book of Jewish Conspiracies. In the book, we posed as historians purporting to divulge the secret history of the world, toured the greatest hits of Jew hatred—Jesus-killing, blood libel, well-poisoning—and fetched up at a meeting with the contemporary Elders of Zion. Their names are Alan Dershowitz, Noam Chomsky, and Soupy Sales, and they can't decide whether to start a "Museum of Conspiratorial Intolerance" or a reality TV show called When Anti-Semites Attack!
The new wave of satire coincides with the general resurgence of global anti-Semitism, which includes the myth that 4,000 Jews employed at the World Trade Center somehow knew to stay home from work on 9/11. So, are the satirists making the classic Jewish move of striking a blow against intolerance by playing disaster for laughs? I don't think so. At the release party for my book, Jewish waitresses served Bloody Libels ("a Bloody Mary with more screaming"winking smiley, DJs played klezmer break beats, and a German television crew chased after the queen of Jewish conspiracy theory herself, Monica Lewinsky. Satire seemed to be about revelry, not politics.
Or maybe Levin's film is less about saving Jews from the Mel Gibsons of the world than about spinning out a fantasy—the fantasy that today's American Jewish community could ever act in accordance with one master plan. Back in the day, Jews spoke Yiddish, married within the tribe, and lived close together. And still the old joke was: Two Jews, three opinions. Nowadays, with intermarriage rates rising and synagogue affiliation falling, Jewish conspiracy satire gives us the illusion of a shared cosmic mission. Imagine 4,000 Jews acting in unison to do anything! To do so—even in the most darkly ironic way—is to hearken back to a world in which we were still outsiders together.
A toast, then: Let's lift a bloody libel—not "to life," but "to Morty."

Joshua Neuman is the editor and publisher of Heeb magazine and co-author of cc

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Re: A Special Book for John Rose
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: February 08, 2018 07:04PM

John on the subject of New World order

They like to believe that they're so much more intelligent and in tune than everyone else and that only they can see the matrix. In reality though they just use poor to nonexistent critical thinking abilities.

Its easy and you get a warm fuzzy feeling when you blame the jews right John

In reality The New World Order has a Third Reich odor

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Re: A Special Book for John Rose
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: February 11, 2018 07:36PM

WOW!!! - WOW!!! - WOW!!! - WOW!!! - WOW!!! - WOW!!! - WOW!!!

John You must come from another planet No Hiroshima or Nagasaki No holocaust

Quote Rose
We do Not need the Nuclear Weapons. We’ve yet to ever use one.

Here is a missing page from your book John
the end of World War II in August 1945 the USA struck cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki with atomic bombs.

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Re: A Special Book for John Rose
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: March 06, 2018 08:02PM

Thanks Obama: Study Shows White Republicans Blame Black President For Their Own Bigotry

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Study Shows What Americans Think About Our Racial Divide…And Who Republicans Blame
A study released on last June by the Pew Research Center offers keen — and often disheartening — insight into how Americans perceive race across the country in 2016, where racism is believed to exist and the impact that President Barack Obama has had on American race relations. The in-depth examination exposes the differing views between Republicans and Democrats, as well as black and white Americans and leads to the somewhat obvious conclusion that our collective discussion about racism in the US is far from over:

A new Pew Research Center survey finds profound differences between black and white adults in their views on racial discrimination, barriers to black progress and the prospects for change. Blacks, far more than whites, say black people are treated unfairly across different realms of life, from dealing with the police to applying for a loan or mortgage. And, for many blacks, racial equality remains an elusive goal.
The study finds that very few African-Americans believe that racial equality has been achieved, and they remain split on whether or not it ever will:

An overwhelming majority of blacks (88%) say the country needs to continue making changes for blacks to have equal rights with whites, but 43% are skeptical that such changes will ever occur. An additional 42% of blacks believe that the country will eventually make the changes needed for blacks to have equal rights with whites, and just 8% say the country has already made the necessary changes.
White Americans remain more optimistic in general, according to the report:
A much lower share of whites (53%) say the country still has work to do for blacks to achieve equal rights with whites, and only 11% express doubt that these changes will come. Four-in-ten whites believe the country will eventually make the changes needed for blacks to have equal rights, and about the same share (38%) say enough changes have already been made.

Republicans Predictably Blame You-Know-Who
Forgive the obvious pun, but the study’s results are literally more than “black and white”. When polled on the role that President Obama has played in American race relations, the outcome isn’t moved as much on our ancestry as it is on our voting habits:
When asked specifically about the impact President Barack Obama has had on race relations in the U.S., a majority of Americans give the president credit for at least trying to make things better, but a quarter say he has made race relations worse. Blacks and whites differ significantly in their assessments. Some 51% of blacks say Obama has made progress toward improving race relations, and an additional 34% say he has tried but failed to make progress. Relatively few blacks (5%) say Obama has made race relations worse, while 9% say he hasn’t addressed the issue at all.
Yet notice who fuels the differences between us:
Among whites, 28% say Obama has made progress toward improving race relations and 24% say he has tried but failed to make progress. But a substantial share of whites (32%) say Obama has made race relations worse. This is driven largely by the views of white Republicans, 63% of whom say Obama has made race relations worse (compared with just 5% of white Democrats).
Sixty-three percent. I’d sincerely like to know the thought processes that led a near super-majority of white Republicans to the conclusion that the President has made race relations worse. Was it simply the audacity to run for office in the first place? What were their expectations? A white conservative blaming a black President for damaging race relations harkens back to our deepest and ugliest periods of racial strife. It projects an idea that simply by his name, heritage and appearance, he’s “unworthy” to hold the highest office in the land. Make no mistake, this has nothing to do with healthcare, taxes, ISIS, marriage equality or the deficit. Neither Jimmy Carter nor Bill Clinton was expected to make white America feel better about itself and its history.
Considering that the racist buffoon who adopted the horribly loaded “birther movement” is now the president, these results should be about as surprising as humidity in the Everglades.

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Re: A Special Book for John Rose
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: March 06, 2018 08:19PM

For your book John

A Database of Every Bomb the U.S. Military Has Dropped ...

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