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  • ross1948 08:29 on December 15, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , journalist bias, Sacramento gang violence   

    ‘The Counter-Protest Side?’ Journo Defines Antifa Red Nazis! 

    Yes, that’s how one ( tax-payer funded) ‘journalist’ chose to euphemise the cowardly Antifa mob whose thuggery he was  recording in Sacramento this week.

    We have often used this cartoon to illustrate the stark similarities between today’s Antifa Red Nazis and yesterday’s (1939s) Nazis.



    But generally, Hitler’s gang didn’t care if their violence went public, a significant difference between them and the leftist hoodlums who swarm in packs and seek to silence critics.

    The Nowadays Nazis don’t want their thuggery caught on camera!



    As one gang-member declared-

     “…there can be legal consequences for their comrades if you get too close [with a video camera]. It’s a thin line. I have no respect for snitches disguised as journalists. Respect earns respect and trust earns trust.” 


    The ‘legal consequences’ these red lice fear are arrest and prosecution for their serious crimes against persons and property!

    A number of them rushed him in an alley and beat him,” Rodd wrote. It appears to be a five-against-one gang-up — Antifa aren’t known for fighting one on one…


    Read the full report ( with videos) via The Blaze link above!

  • ross1948 20:18 on November 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Berliner Zeitung, , , journalist bias, , Peter Bernstein code name, stasi informer   

    ‘Structural Ennui?’ Peter Bernstein’s Secret Stasi Call-Sign? 

     Most of my readership must be aware of the role of the evil red gestapo known as the Stasi.

    We have looked at their activities often enough…

    Mama Stasi – Am I Unfair To Merkel?

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    Did Kim Philby Advise Merkel On Treason Skills? 

    …at how the State Security Ministry played a key role in enabling the collabo regime to hold East Germany in servitude for fifty years, determined quisling curs who tortured and imprisoned hundreds of thousands…and murdered more than a few, as well.

    .     communism tyranny

    The Guardian tells us today that ‘the Stasi employed more than 90,000 regular workers and 174,000 informal ones, or IMs, whose role was to spy on friends, family and work colleagues and report information to designated handlers.’

    Which brings us straight to the reason for their news story, the ‘revelation’ that this person…


    • Annelie Neumann 21:52 on November 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Hard to understand every English word you use but you say that English people also do not understand this Stasi-Man’s word-use.
      I think there are many Stasis in position of influence, from top to bottom in Germany.


    • Jerry Jerman 22:18 on November 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      As you say, fanciful but not so out of place.
      My own curiosity is towards how many other media people are ex Stasi because they have the Stasi style.
      Censorship of information that may stir the people, like with alien crimes.


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