Germania ~ Allegory

"...the spokespersons of the European idea are not interested in Germany...They preach the dispersal of Germany, not its reassembly."
- Moeller van den Bruck
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Seems a timely topic ... looking over Michael Tsarion's site.

http://www.germanophobia.net/
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He's certainly picked some plum quotes !

Could this all date back to the Roman legions being massacred by the Germans in the Black Forest, followed by Luther doing pretty much the same to the Roman Church centuries later ?

Because the paradigm we are all stuck in came from there (Rome), and the only thing that has really stood against it is in the soul of that race of people.

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Interesting site.
Tsarion isn't as good as people think.
Unfortunately, he makes stuff up.
Like his story of the colours of the Irish flag.
He has a story about catholics, protestants and a neutral colour keeping them apart.
It's a load of crap.
The colours are from a lilly that blooms at easter time and the volunteers in the easter uprising of 1916 were putting them in their lapels.
Later on, the IRA used it as a cap badge.

And on that site, he seems confused.
Book choices and video choices seem to contradict each other.
And none of them actually get into the nitty gritty of national socialism and the mechanics of it.

Thanks for the link, found a few books to try and read...............
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Rob, please do say more.

NOTE: Interesting how 'we the people' are noting that the 'authorities' (and I don't mean that derogatorily right now, I respect the M. Tsarions, Dan Winters, Mark Passios, etc. their research has been amazing and profound, I feel nothing but gratitude for them.) HOWEVER, no single person has it all right, it is us that are responsible to how we take in this information, churn it into our own consciousness. I simply can't stress enough how INDIVIDUAL this process is.

We simply don't have to make another wrong to be rite in side.
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Here is the actual badge as worn by PIRA.
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And here it is being worn on a beret.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_Lily_(badge" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;)
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And if you have a look at this video, you will see the launch of the Easter Lily by Cumann na mBan.
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Rob Halford wrote:Here is the actual badge as worn by PIRA.
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It kinda looks like a woman's... well, you know. This is probably a useless comment (or not), but I thought I'd toss it in anyway.
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Pris wrote:
Rob Halford wrote:Here is the actual badge as worn by PIRA.
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It kinda looks like a woman's... well, you know. This is probably a useless comment (or not), but I thought I'd toss it in anyway.
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Nope, dunno tell me more.
Ya nugget. :lol:
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Jesus. This is some of the shit the intelligence officers asked about before I turned down the job.

Some crap about ira
Brotherhood falls asunder at the touch of fire!
He finds his fellow guilty of a skin
Not coloured like his own, and having power
To enforce the wrong, for such a worthy cause
Dooms and devotes him as his lawful prey.
~William Cowper

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