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Hitler’s judges: Roland Freisler and his U.S. progeny

| November 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
Hitler’s judges: Roland Freisler and his U.S. progeny

How many judges do you think resigned in the Third Reich? Three. Great respect, it seems to me, has to be given to people who resign rather than do something they think is morally wrong, in order to make a point.” ~Justice Anthony Kennedy “Justice Kennedy is holding up the Nazis as exemplars for the […]

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Symposium–puppet master

| November 8, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–puppet master

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking revelatory, psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then discussing ideas […]

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Symposium–woman, thou art loosed!

| November 8, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–woman, thou art loosed!

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking revelatory, psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then discussing ideas […]

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Symposium–Lord, sit on me!

| November 2, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–Lord, sit on me!

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking revelatory, psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then discussing ideas […]

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Symposium–He brought me out on a crumb

| November 2, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–He brought me out on a crumb

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking revelatory, psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then discussing ideas […]

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The case against Marine Le Pen: Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité and Fascisme

| October 26, 2015 | 0 Comments
The case against Marine Le Pen: Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité and Fascisme

“This is an organized replacement of our population. This threatens our very survival. We don’t have the means to integrate those [Muslims] who are already here. The result is endless cultural conflict.” “The sovereign people have declared they want to take back the reins of their Destiny.” ~ Marine Le Pen, President of the Conservative […]

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Hitler’s willing executioners…then and now

| October 23, 2015 | 0 Comments
Hitler’s willing executioners…then and now

“I think the likelihood of Hitler being able to accomplish his goals would have been greatly diminished if the people had been armed. I’m telling you there is a reason these dictatorial people take guns first.” ~ Dr. Ben Carson “They were [ordinary] Germans acting in the name of Germany and its highly popular leader, […]

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Adolf Hitler: The Final War Years (1943-1945)

| October 19, 2015 | 1 Comment
Adolf Hitler: The Final War Years (1943-1945)

Any alliance whose purpose is not the intention to wage war is senseless and useless. ~ Hitler For peace, freedom and democracy; never again fascism; millions of dead remind us. ~ Memorial inscription at Hitler’s birthplace Battles of El Alamein, Stalingrad, Kursk As I stated in my previous essay on Hitler and the Early War […]

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Batman Zero Year: Dark America

| October 19, 2015 | 0 Comments
Batman Zero Year: Dark America

You’re making us all watch. The whole city. You shut us out and punish us night after night, as you go out there and protect those we can’t. But if you do that, sir, if you let the past drive Batman, his scars, he becomes something dark, a demon of vengeance. Not a creature of […]

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Adolf Hitler: The Early War Years (1939-42)

| October 19, 2015 | 0 Comments
Adolf Hitler: The Early War Years (1939-42)

Always before god and the world the stronger has the right to carry through what he wills.” ~ Hitler, Speech in Munich (13 April 1923) “…[I]t is perfectly true that Nazi[ism] better understood as a maelstrom of prejudices, passions, hatreds, emotions, resentments, biases, hopes, and attitudes that, when combined, most often resembled a religious crusade […]

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