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Nazi International

Author : Joseph P. Farrell
ISBN : 1935487590
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A continuation of Farrell's best-selling series of exposes on secret Nazi technology, Nazi survival, and post-war Nazi manipulation of technologies, economies and whole countries. Includes: Pre-World War II Nazi partnerships in the USA, including those with the Bush family; The vast, and still-little-known, re-creation of Nazi Germany in South America with the help of Juan Peron, I G Farben and Martin Bormann; Nazi Germany's penetration of the Muslim world including Wilhelm Voss and Otto Skorzeny in Gamel Abdul Nasser's Egypt; Nazi plans to control space through their connection with NASA; The esoteric meaning of NASA Mission Patches; Plus final chapters on: Alchemy, Esotericism, The SS and the Unified Field Theory Craze; 1943-1945: Strange Events from the end of World War 11 and other Post-war Shenanigans.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Third Way

Author : Joseph P. Farrell
ISBN : 9781939149534
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Babylon S Banksters

Author : Joseph P. Farrell
ISBN : 9781932595796
File Size : 51.71 MB
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In a fascinating, unique and alternative history, author of The Philosophers' Stone Joseph P. Farrell outlines the consistent pattern and strategy of bankers in ancient and modern times, and their desire to suppress the public development of alternative physics and energy technologies. He unravels how financiers usurped the money creating power of the state to substitute a facsimile of money-as-debt. Here, Farrell peels back the layers of deception to reveal the possible deep physics that the 'banksters' have used in their financial policies.

Ethnicity And International Law

Author : Mohammad Shahabuddin
ISBN : 9781316589243
Genre : Law
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Ethnicity and International Law presents an historical account of the impact of ethnicity on the making of international law. The development of international law since the nineteenth century is characterised by the inherent tension between the liberal and conservative traditions of dealing with what might be termed the 'problem' of ethnicity. The present-day hesitancy of liberal international law to engage with ethnicity in ethnic conflicts and ethnic minorities has its roots in these conflicting philosophical traditions. In international legal studies, both the relevance of ethnicity, and the traditions of understanding it, lie in this fact.
Category: Law

The Hitler Book

Author : Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Was Hitler just a “lone assassin” of nations?--just a crazy fanatic who somehow managed to take power in a powerful nation and threaten world domination and destruction? Do all Germans genetically have fascist tendencies? The short answer is “No” to both of these mythologies (and numerous others from Hollywood and similar places). Yet, despite the importance of the subject and shelves full of books and scholarly writings on the topic, only this study by Helga Zepp-LaRouche and a Schiller Institute research team actually approximates a thorough analysis of Hitler and the NAZI movement—its origins and mystical philosophy, its fascist economic policies, its “race science,” its backers and promoters, its drug- and gun-running, its terrorism and assassinations. Most importantly, this book tracks the NAZI apparatus' transformation into today's “Green” anti-human movement and “religious” terrorism. At the end of the war, intelligence services engaged in a mad scramble to preserve and take over the NAZI old boys networks. Don't be so sure that the old swastika is gone for good. Trappings and tactics have changed somewhat, but the threat of global destruction is still hanging over us. Read this book and ensure that mankind can overcome the continuing menace and create a future of progress for all.
Category: Biography & Autobiography


Author : Kirsten Dyck
ISBN : 9780813574721
Genre : Music
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From rap to folk to punk, music has often sought to shape its listeners’ political views, uniting them as a global community and inspiring them to take action. Yet the rallying potential of music can also be harnessed for sinister ends. As this groundbreaking new book reveals, white-power music has served as a key recruiting tool for neo-Nazi and racist hate groups worldwide. Reichsrock shines a light on the international white-power music industry, the fandoms it has spawned, and the virulently racist beliefs it perpetuates. Kirsten Dyck not only investigates how white-power bands and their fans have used the internet to spread their message globally, but also considers how distinctly local white-power scenes have emerged in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Latin America, the United States, and many other sites. While exploring how white-power bands draw from a common well of nationalist, racist, and neo-Nazi ideologies, the book thus also illuminates how white-power musicians adapt their music to different locations, many of which have their own terms for defining whiteness and racial otherness. Closely tracking the online presence of white-power musicians and their fans, Dyck analyzes the virtual forums and media they use to articulate their hateful rhetoric. This book also demonstrates how this fandom has sparked spectacular violence in the real world, from bombings to mass shootings. Reichsrock thus sounds an urgent message about a global menace.
Category: Music

Black Sun

Author : Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke
ISBN : 0814731554
Genre : History
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The Unpredictable Constitution brings together a distinguished group of U.S. Supreme Court Justices and U.S. Court of Appeals Judges, who are some of our most prominent legal scholars, to discuss an array of topics on civil liberties. In thoughtful and incisive essays, the authors draw on decades of experience to examine such wide-ranging issues as how legal error should be handled, the death penalty, reasonable doubt, racism in American and South African courts, women and the constitution, and government benefits. Contributors: Richard S. Arnold, Martha Craig Daughtry, Harry T. Edwards, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Betty B. Fletcher, A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr., Lord Irvine of Lairg, Jon O. Newman, Sandra Day O'Connor, Richard A. Posner, Stephen Reinhardt, and Patricia M. Wald.
Category: History

Beyond The Conceivable

Author : Dan Diner
ISBN : 0520920848
Genre : History
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The major essays of Dan Diner, who is widely read and quoted in Germany and Israel, are finally collected in an English edition. They reflect the author’s belief that the Holocaust transcends traditional patterns of historical understanding and requires an epistemologically distinct approach. One can no longer assume that actors as well as historians are operating in the same conceptual universe, sharing the same criteria of rational discourse. This is particularly true of victims and perpetrators, whose memories shape the distortions of historical narrative in ways often diametrically opposed. The essays are divided into three groups. The first group talks about anti-Semitism in the context of the 1930s and the ideologies that drove the Nazi regime. The second group concentrates on the almost unbelievably different perceptions of the "Final Solution," with particularly illuminating discussions of the Judenrat, or Jewish council. The third group considers the Holocaust as the subject of narrative and historical memory. Diner focuses above all on perspectives: the very notions of rationality and irrationality are seen to be changeable, depending on who is applying them. And because neither rational nor irrational motives can be universally assigned to participants in the Holocaust, Diner proposes, from the perspective of the victims, the idea of the counterrational. His work is directed toward developing a theory of Holocaust historiography and offers, clearly and coherently, the highest level of reflection on these problems.
Category: History