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The Day We See The Truth And Cease To Speak it, Is The Day We Begin To Die. MLK Jr.

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Understanding "Mein Kampf"-Excerpts-Chapter-II- Part-C

Lies being taught;
Hitler was Psychic, deranged mental nut;
Now the truth;

Understanding Hitler- Mein Kampf

At that time I knew nothing about the trades unions. I had had no opportunity of forming an opinion on their utility or inutility, as the case might be. But when I was told that I must join the union I refused. The grounds which I gave for my refusal were simply that I knew nothing about the matter and that anyhow I would not allow myself to be forced into anything. Probably the former reason saved me from being thrown out right away. They probably thought that within a few days I might be converted' and become more docile. But if they thought that they were profoundly mistaken. After two weeks I found it utterly impossible for me to take such a step, even if I had been willing to take it at first. During those fourteen days I came to know my fellow workmen better, and no power in the world could have moved me to join an organization whose representatives had meanwhile shown themselves in a light which I found as held to be an invention of the 'capitalist' class (how often I had to listen to that phrase!); the Fatherland, because it was held to be an instrument in the hands of the bourgeoisie for the exploitation of' the working masses; the authority of the law, because that was a means of holding down the proletariat; religion, as a means of doping the people, so as to exploit them afterwards; morality, as a badge of stupid and sheepish docility. There was nothing that they did not drag in the mud.
         I drank my bottle of milk and ate my morsel of bread somewhere on the outskirts, while I circumspectly studied my environment or else fell to meditating on my own harsh lot. Yet I heard more than enough. And I often thought that some of what they said was meant for my ears, in the hope of bringing me to a decision. But all that I heard had the effect of arousing the strongest antagonism in me. Everything was disparaged--the nation, because it was held to be an invention of the 'capitalist' class (how often I had to listen to that phrase!); the Fatherland, because it was held to be an instrument in the hands of the bourgeoisie for the exploitation of' the working masses; the authority of the law, because that was a means of holding down the proletariat; religion, as a means of doping the people, so as to exploit them afterwards; morality, as a badge of stupid and sheepish docility. There was nothing that they did not drag in the mud.

At first I remained silent; but that could not last very long. Then I began to take part in the discussion and to reply to their statements. I had to recognize, however, that this was bound to be entirely fruitless, as long as I did not have at least a certain amount of definite information about the questions that were discussed. So I decided to consult the source from which my interlocutors claimed to have drawn their so-called wisdom. I devoured book after book, pamphlet after pamphlet.

Meanwhile, we argued with one another on the building premises. From day to day I was becoming better informed than my companions in the subjects on which they claimed to be experts. Then a day came when the more redoubtable of my adversaries resorted to the most effective weapon they had to replace the force of reason. This was intimidation and physical force. Some of the leaders among my adversaries ordered me to leave the building or else get flung down from the scaffolding. As I was quite alone I could not put up any physical resistance; so I chose the first alternative and departed, richer however by an experience.

I went away full of disgust; but at the same time so deeply moved that it was quite impossible for me to turn my back on the whole situation and think no more about it. When my anger began to calm down the spirit of obstinacy got the upper hand and I decided that at all costs I would get back to work again in the building trade. This decision became all the stronger a few weeks later, when my little savings had entirely run out and hunger clutched me once again in its merciless arms. No alternative was left to me. I got work again and had to leave it for the same reasons as before.

Then I asked myself: Are these men worthy of belonging to a great people? The question was profoundly disturbing; for if the answer were 'Yes', then the struggle to defend one's nationality is no longer worth all the trouble and sacrifice we demand of our best elements if it be in the interests of such a rabble. On the other hand, if the answer had to be 'No--these men are not worthy of the nation', then our nation is poor indeed in men. During those days of mental anguish and deep meditation I saw before my mind the ever-increasing and menacing army of people who could no longer be reckoned as belonging to their own nation.

It was with quite a different feeling, some days later, that I gazed on the interminable ranks, four abreast, of Viennese workmen parading at a mass demonstration. I stood dumbfounded for almost two hours, watching that enormous human dragon which slowly uncoiled itself there before me. When I finally left the square and wandered in the direction of my lodgings I felt dismayed and depressed. On my way I noticed the ARBEITERZEITUNG (The Workman's Journal) in a tobacco shop. This was the chief press-organ of the old Austrian Social Democracy. .. Under the depressing influence of the demonstration I had witnessed, some interior voice urged me to buy the paper in that tobacco shop and read it through. So I brought it home with me and spent the whole evening reading it, despite the steadily mounting rage provoked by this ceaseless outpouring of falsehoods.

I now found that in the social democratic daily papers I could study the inner character of this politico-philosophic system much better than in all their theoretical literature.

For there was a striking discrepancy between the two. In the literary effusions which dealt with the theory of Social Democracy there was a display of high-sounding phraseology about liberty and human dignity and beauty, all promulgated with an air of profound wisdom and serene prophetic assurance; a meticulously-woven glitter of words to dazzle and mislead the reader. On the other hand, the daily Press inculcated this new doctrine of human redemption in the most brutal fashion. No means were too base, provided they could be exploited in the campaign of slander. These journalists were real virtuosos in the art of twisting facts and presenting them in a deceptive form. The theoretical literature was intended for the simpletons of the soi-disant intellectuals belonging to the middle and, naturally, the upper classes. The newspaper propaganda was intended for the masses."

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Debunking Oswald shot J F Kennedy theory;

Lies being Taught;

Lee Harvey Oswald Killed John F Kennedy. 

Now the truth;

My earlier article stated Who assassinated J F Kennedy?

Debunking Oswald shot J F Kennedy theory;

For one minute let your fantasy run freely and assume you were Lee Harvey Oswald, an ex Marine and trained sniper who was involved in secret missions in Cuba and other South American States. Then he became a communist, had lived for one year in Russia and was married to a Russian woman. Because Russian communism appeared too restrictive to him, he re immigrated to the United States, knowing, or at least assuming, that his past would cause authorities to closely have an eye on him.

It was Texas in 1963. Like in all others US States there were no laws of gun control (The first gun control act which required professional gun SELLERS only to own a license was introduced in 1968). Everybody could walk into any grocery store or supermarket and buy any kind of gun in any caliber and any amount of the desired ammunition. No identity card was requested like no check of a person's criminal past was carried out.

What would a trained sniper have done? Someone who was experienced in undercover missions and aware of authorities looking after him?
He certainly would have driven out of his home town in a rental car leased under a false name and purchased in any large supermarket any high precision custom made US rifle of a type which probably would have been sold by the millions to make it impossible the weapon to be connected to his person.

The gun would have been a type being sold with a mounted scope not to arouse any attention asking for one. He would have paid cash in order not to leave his identity by the credit card slip. He would have searched, like it is standard operation procedure for snipers, a concealed place where nobody would have heard the shot, seen the flash or smelled the gun smoke. That place would have been a "neutral" environment far away from any possible chance somebody coming across and identifying him. He would have done his job, silently collected his cartridges and his gun, then selling it to the next pawn shop in Mexico where it would disappear forever.

What did Oswald do?

He purchased a "Mannlicher Carcano" caliber 6.5 mm by mail order. That rifle although a common WWI and WWII rifle and single loader was produced for one year only (1940) with the 6.5 x 52mm cartridge and never ever with a mounted scope. Even worse: the 6.5 x 52 cartridge never was used in any other weapon. Every single shot being fired with this gun made it clear where from it had been fired. The gun Oswald ordered was a unique version of the Mannlicher, the one with the scope being known as such by the production number engraved into the rifle's barrel. That gun existed one time in the entire world and Oswald was the proud owner. of it But not enough: He ordered it under a false name to his own mailbox, which he had opened and which he rented under his real name. The rifle arrived the same day a .38 revolver arrived at this mailbox. This mailbox certainly was too small to contain a rifle, ammunition and a revolver so the post clerk had to store it outside of the box and hand it over to him, a package containing a rifle with scope surely causing some attention in the clerk and making it clear that Oswald was it himself who had received it. By ordering the gun by mail he had to find a way to transfer the money which is not possible without being tracked unless cash is sent directly, which sellers normally reject as procedure.

He kept a fake drivers license carrying the name he used for ordering the gun to the mailbox he had rented under his original name. 

He then went to his own workplace and shot the President from the window. The position of the warehouse caused his shots echoing so loudly that those could be heard on the recordings of the radio traffic of the police. Then he left gun, empty and the full cartridges at his own workplace and went to a cinema in the neighborhood, During the bright light of a normal working day he went into a neighborhood cinema, keeping his .38 revolver in his pocket. Who could have behaved more suspiciously?

At home he kept photos of himself showing him at target practice with his unique gun and the revolver he had purchased. On the backside of those pictures he had written: "To my friend George from Lee Oswald".

That all above is true, not fiction. One can ask oneself what else someone could have done to make it possible to track a gun and its ammunition to a specific person. Specifically in a time when it was absolutely impossible to connect both. The only thing which was missing among that chain of "evidence" was a signed confession with his name, address and photo attached to the gun.

The plot above however is from the book " Planting of Evidence for Dummies". Even a normal person would not behave this way. Why should an experienced undercover agent and Ex US Marine be so stupid?

Source by Thomas


Saturday, September 1, 2012

Understanding Barter System.

Barter System is that system in which goods are exchanged for goods. In ancient times when money was not invented trade as a whole was on barter system. This was possible only in a simple economy but after the development of economy, direct exchange of goods without the use of money, was not without defects. There were various defects in this system. These were the following;

1. Double Coincidence of Wants:

Exchange can take place between two persons only if each possesses the goods which the other wants e.g., if a weaver needs shoes and he has cloth to offer in exchange he should not only find a cobbler who makes shoes, but find such cobbler who needs cloth and is prepared to give shoes in exchange for it. In this case, it was difficult to find such a person.

2. Absence of Standard Value:

Under barter system there was no measure of value. Even if two persons met together who wanted each other goods, they could not find a satisfactory equilibrium price. Under such conditions one party had to suffer.

3. Indivisibility of Commodities:

It was difficult to divide a commodity without loss in its value e.g., a man who wants to purchase cloth equal to half the value of his cow and other commodities for the rest half value of cow; he could not divide his cow.

4. Absence of Store of Value:

Wealth cannot be easily stored for future use in the form of commodities because they perish in the long run.

In the modern economy barter system cannot succeed. Money is indispensable for large scale production. The functions of money are the same which were defects in barter system. Its functions in modern economy are:

a) Money is a matter of functions four
b) A medium, a measure, a standard and Store