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Saturday, December 04, 2010

Quote Of The Day?

‘Anonymous’ posted in our comments section the following message.

“A famous German artist once said

"Was there any shady undertaking, any form of foulness, especially in cultural life, in which at least one Jew did not participate? On putting the probing knife carefully to that kind of abscess one immediately discovered, like a maggot in a putrescent body, a little Jew who was often blinded by the sudden light."

Nothing has changed today.

Pity the APP cant see this.”


We believe you’ll find the original quotation, as found in the book ‘Mein Kampf’, goes thusly:

“If you cut even cautiously into such an abscess, you found, like a maggot in a rotting body, often dazzled by the sudden light—a kike!”

Also there is this:

“This was pestilence, spiritual pestilence, worse than the Black Death of olden times, and the people were being infected by it."

And yes it is absolutely astounding, considering their relatively small percentage of the general population, how unfailingly they appear to be present at the centre of so much criminality, evil and misery. No less astounding is, as you pointed out, the A.P.P.’s apparent blindness to such overwhelming evidence.

Some things never change…

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good article, thanks for posting.

Anonymous said...

I think my quote came from Hitler's Table Talk as recorded by Martin Bormann, a must read.