Saturday, March 9, 2019

STUPID CLAIM: Donald Trump Kept Book of Hitler Speeches on Nightstand

SHOCK CLAIM: Donald Trump Kept Book of Hitler Speeches on Nightstand

Ryan Neitzel
ummm, i have a copy of mein kampf on my bookshelf. i found the book fascinating and even illuminating in certain instances. ive also read and loved das kapital and the communist manifesto as well as the wealth of nations, the koran, the bible, and greek mythologies. that doesnt make me a nazi, communist, capitalist pagan muslim christian, does it?

What a load of rubbish, inspiration can be taken from many places and people, some of them very manipulative. I loathe DT but this is just slander now, grow up!

Dan Smith
Give me a break. I own Mein Kampf , Malleus Maleficarum ,the communist Manifesto and Propaganda by Edward Bernays. It doesn't mean that I implement what is in these books into my life. I am no fan of Trump btw, just someone that likes to read. Its a hell of a lot better than staring at the idiot box drooling on myself like most Americans.


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Arnold Schwarzenegger:

Arnold with Kurt Waldheim
Two black bodybuilders have come forward claiming that California Schwarzenegger has a history of making racist comments. Schwarzenegger has allegedly said ."If you gave these blacks a country to run, they would run it down the tubes."
Arnold openly supported Kurt Waldheim, Former UN chief and a former Austrian politician who participated in Nazi atrocities during World War II. Schwarzenegger's name remained on Waldheim's campaign posters, even after allegations of Waldheim's war crimes were brought to light. Waldheim was even invited to Arnold's wedding.
His father was a member of the Austrian Nazi Party who volunteered for the infamous SA and became a ranking officer. In the early '90s, Spy Magazine printed his father's Nazi Party membership in their magazine.
After several public claims of racism were made against him that could effect his career and long-term political chances, Schwarzenegger donated substantial sums to the Simon Weisenthal Center in Los Angeles and commissioned an "audit" of his father's nazi past, essentially buying off potential criticism. He never distanced himself from Kurt Waldheim, however -- quite the opposite. He made a statement to friends , saying "My friends don't want me to mention Kurt's name, because of all the recent Nazi stuff and the U.N. controversy, but I love him and Maria does too, and so thank you, Kurt."
March 1992 Spy Magazine article mentions a story confirmed by "a businessman and longtime friend of Schwarzenegger's" -- that in the '70s Arnold "enjoyed playing and giving away records of Hitler's speeches."
Schwarzenegger reportedly said on-camera during the filming of "Pumping Iron" that he "admired" Hitler. The footage was not used in the final version of the movie.
He has also talked of dreaming of being a dictator - " I didn't think about money. I thought about the fame, about just being the greatest. I was dreaming about being some dictator of a country or some savior like Jesus . . ."