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  • Movie for a Sunday afternoon: "Lady For A Day"(1933)

    05/11/2014 1:15:16 PM PDT · by ReformationFan · 3 replies
    You Tube ^ | 1933 | Frank Capra
  • A day that should live in infamy

    11/15/2013 12:03:35 PM PST · by Idaho_Cowboy · 20 replies
    Jewish ^ | November 15, 2013 | Diana West
    On Saturday, Nov. 16, the United States marks a milestone: the 80th anniversary of when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt recognized the Soviet Union and "normalized" U.S.-USSR relations. It is a day that should live in infamy. But it's a day that hardly anyone has ever heard of. I certainly hadn't before researching my book, "American Betrayal." As I studied the event, however, it became clear that it was on this day 80 years ago that what I call "American betrayal" began. It is the date on which the U.S. government institutionally learned to lie. After the Bolsheviks seized dictatorial powers...
  • NAZIS, COMMUNISTS, ARAB NATIONALIST TERRORISTS: ONE CAMP, ONE KAMPF

    02/15/2005 8:40:00 PM PST · by Calpernia · 14 replies · 721+ views
    Various ^ | Aug 11 2004 | Elliott A Green
    The most striking proof that the Arab anti-Israel cause is a common meeting ground for both Nazis and Communists --and that the Arabs welcomed supporters of both ilks-- lies in the friendship of Carlos, the notorious master terrorist who served the PLO, with Fran*ois Genoud, an old Nazi, one of the leading Nazis in pre-War Switzerland, later a financier who provided funds for Habash's faction of the PLO. "Carlos" (his nom de guerre) was what is called a "red diaper baby." His fabulously rich father, a Venezuelan lawyer and owner of estates, gave "Carlos" the name Ilich, Lenin's patronymic, as...
  • Hitler's Muslim Nephew Comes to New York

    09/24/2007 5:49:09 AM PDT · by nuconvert · 16 replies · 319+ views
    FrontpageMag ^ | September 24, 2007 | Kenneth R. Timmerman
    Hitler's Muslim Nephew Comes to New York September 24, 2007 FrontPageMagazine.com Kenneth R. Timmerman What was New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg thinking? Apparently the former Democrat believed that escorting Iran’s Hitler-wannabe president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, to the site of the September 11 memorial at Ground Zero would generate a terrific photo op. “Here I am with world leaders,” that type of thing. After all, Bloomberg has already made his appearance at the “World Leaders Forum” at Columbia University, so he was in the zone. And last year, U.S. News & World Report crowned him as one of America’s “best leaders.” But...
  • Dalio Fears Social Unrest That Led to Hitler’s Rise

    09/22/2012 5:58:26 PM PDT · by Kartographer · 36 replies
    CNBC ^ | 9/21/12 | Maneet Ahuja
    In a worst case scenario, he painted a much darker picture. “When people get at each other’s throat, the rich and the poor and the left and the right and so on, and you have a basic breakdown, that becomes very threatening,” Dalio told CNBC in an exclusive interview on “Squawk Box.” “For example, Hitler came to power in 1933, which was the depth of the Great Depression, because of the social tension between the factions. So I think it very much is dependent on how the people work this through together and worry about the social elements.”
  • What Bill Clinton won’t say Tonight about His Role in Creating the Economic Mess

    09/05/2012 3:44:59 PM PDT · by smoothsailing · 13 replies
    Red Alert Politics ^ | 9-5-2012 | John Rossomondo - Commentary
    September 5, 2012 What Bill Clinton won’t say Tonight about His Role in Creating the Economic Mess John Rossomondo President Clinton likely will be silent this evening during his speech nominating President Obama for a second term about the role he played in setting the stage for the economic collapse that ensued a decade later.He will likely pin the blame for the current economic mess on his successor, George W. Bush, and claim that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan want to take Americans back to the failed policies of the past, while dodging his personal role.The former President currently appears...
  • Vatican Documents Reveal Stalin's Forced Starvation Plan

    11/18/2011 6:59:37 AM PST · by marshmallow · 49 replies
    Zenit News Agency ^ | 11/17/11 | Elizabeth Lev
    Book Gives Details of 1932 'Killing by Hunger' in UkraineROME, NOV. 17, 2011 (Zenit.org).- The sober skies and short days of November remind Romans that this is the month to pray for the dead. It seems fitting that this month opened with a presentation of new documents regarding one of the most tragic -- and virtually unacknowledged -- events of the modern age, the Ukrainian Famine. "The Holy See and the Holodomor: Documents from the Vatican Secret Archives on the Great Famine of 1932-1933 in Soviet Ukraine" by Father Athanasius McVay and Professor Lubomyr Luciuk was released Oct. 26 with...
  • The Muslim Brotherhood's Long-Standing War On The West (US Politicians)

    02/02/2011 10:18:40 PM PST · by bronxville · 148 replies
    US Politicians Duped By The Brotherhood In the United States, one individual maintained a pretense of "moderation" which would later embarrass the left and the right. According to the testimony of Dr. Michael Waller to the US Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Abdurahman Alamoudi was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. A man born in Eritrea in 1951, he arrived in the US in 1979 and became a naturalized US citizen on May 23, 1996. From 1985 onwards he became involved in many Muslim groups. In 1990 he founded the Washington DC-based American Muslim Council (AMC), which Waller states "has...
  • We're in The Money (1933)

    11/21/2009 6:16:41 AM PST · by Dallas59 · 3 replies · 518+ views
    Youtube ^ | 11/21/2009 | Youtube
    We're In The Money
  • Steve Forbes : 1933 is Coming Again

    03/03/2009 7:34:49 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 59 replies · 2,446+ views
    Forbes Magazine ^ | March 3,2009 | Steve Forbes
    The financial crisis is reaching a climax. Either Washington will let the banking system go into cardiac arrest, or it will take measures to bring it back to life so it can vigorously function again. The frightening severity of the crisis and the political imperative not to let banks collapse the way they almost did in 1933 will force the Obama Administration to take the necessary actions. --Get rid of mark-to-market accounting rules, which are unnecessarily destroying the balance sheets of banks and other financial institutions. For regulators and auditors to force banks to repeatedly write down the value of...
  • Economic Meltdown Deepens: Worst Since 1933

    02/18/2009 9:10:32 PM PST · by seven.sixtwo · 5 replies · 565+ views
    Economic Meltdown Deepens: Worst Since 1933
  • 1933?

    01/24/2009 5:24:41 AM PST · by nathanbedford · 29 replies · 654+ views
    Vanity | January 24, 2009 | Nathan Ledford
    Between the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 and the dawn hours of September 1,1939, there was time enough to birth a new generation in England and on the continent and to forget every lesson learned in the mud and blood of Flanders and Passchendaele. And so were the English, French, and we Americans duped in 1933. Or were we all? Did we not seek to be duped? Churchill read Mein Kampf and so did others. Why was he nearly alone in taking a lesson from it? What is it in men that encourages...
  • Columbia University Cozied up to Hitler and Nazis in the 1930s

    09/24/2007 1:03:05 AM PDT · by Anita1 · 34 replies · 219+ views
    Blue Star Chronicle ^ | September 23, 2007
    Seventy years before this week’s invitation to Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Columbia rolled out the red carpet for a senior official of Adolf Hitler’s regime. The invitation to Iran’s leader may seem less surprising, but no less disturbing, when one recalls that in 1933, Columbia president Nicholas Murray Butler invited Nazi Germany’s ambassador to the United States, Hans Luther, to speak on campus, and also hosted a reception for him. Luther represented “the government of a friendly people,” Butler insisted. He was “entitled to be received . . . with the greatest courtesy and respect.”
  • In the Nightmare "The Forsaken: An American Tragedy in Stalin's Russia"

    10/11/2008 5:42:45 PM PDT · by T.L.Sink · 26 replies · 1,291+ views
    National Review magazine ^ | Sept. 29, '08 | Ronald Radosh
    We know that history holds many surprises. One doesn't expect to learn more about the secret history of of the Gulag than we already know from both Solzhenitsyn's "Gulag Acrcipelago" and Anne Applebaum's "Gulag: A history." This feat, however, is exactly what author Tim Tzouliadis has accomplished: the previously unknown story of the thousands of Americans who, during the Depression, sought employment and a better future in the "worker's paradise" built by the Bolsheviks. All kinds of Americans joined the exodus. Some of them were Communists or fellow-travelors but the majority were average Americans - skilled workers promised paid passage,...
  • New Deal Prolonged Depression by Seven Years

    10/07/2008 4:49:01 AM PDT · by sono · 74 replies · 2,232+ views
    UCLA Newsroom ^ | 10/07/2008 | Meg Sullivan
    wo UCLA economists say they have figured out why the Great Depression dragged on for almost 15 years, and they blame a suspect previously thought to be beyond reproach: President Franklin D. Roosevelt. After scrutinizing Roosevelt's record for four years, Harold L. Cole and Lee E. Ohanian conclude in a new study that New Deal policies signed into law 71 years ago thwarted economic recovery for seven long years. "Why the Great Depression lasted so long has always been a great mystery, and because we never really knew the reason, we have always worried whether we would have another 10-...
  • The Great Gold Robbery of 1933

    08/13/2008 10:09:35 AM PDT · by djsherin · 15 replies · 219+ views
    Ludwig von Mises Institute ^ | 8/13/2008 | Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
    It's been 75 years since the federal government, on the spurious grounds of fighting the Great Depression, ordered the confiscation of all monetary gold from Americans, permitting trivial amounts for ornamental or industrial use. This happens to be one of the episodes Kevin Gutzman and I describe in detail in our new book, Who Killed the Constitution? The Fate of American Liberty from World War I to George W. Bush. From the point of view of the typical American classroom, on the other hand, the incident may as well not have occurred. A key piece of legislation in this story...
  • Columbia U. President Butler refuses to bar Nazi Envoy; Stresses need for Academic Freedom [1933]

    09/22/2007 6:44:46 PM PDT · by nwrep · 24 replies · 821+ views
    The New York Times Archives | November 20, 1933
    Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler made public yesterday correspondence rejecting, as president of Columbia University, a request made to him by a students' club to cancel the Dec. 12 lecture of Dr. Hans Luther, German Ambassador. The request was made by the Columbia Social Problems Club, which contended: "Inviting the Nazi envoy to lecture on the foreign policy of his government and giving him an official reception means not only failing in our duty to oppose the Nazi onslaught, but signifies, if not open endorsement of the Nazi actions, atleast placing their principles on the same level with other viewpoints."
  • Islamists [Simele] massacres on Christians in Iraq, 70 Years before 'Iraqi freedom'

    08/19/2007 5:41:15 AM PDT · by Posting · 378+ views
    August, 1933 The Simele massacre, Iraq, the massacre & ethnic cleansing by Arab Muslims on Christian Assyrians, indigenous people August 7th ~ "Assyrian Ethnic Cleansing," The New Assyrian Martyrs Day “Though the body may perish, the soul lives on” August 7th of every year marks the Assyrian Martyrs Day, what began as the commemoration of the Simele massacre in 1933, where an estimated 3,000 Assyrians were systematically targeted by the Iraqi government to cleanse the Assyrian race, the indigenous people of Iraq whose roots date back to the Sumerians, the earliest recorded civilization in the mid 4th millennium B.C. The...
  • Trip to the Land of Israel in 1933 - The end of innocence

    04/08/2007 5:17:54 PM PDT · by M. Espinola · 3 replies · 749+ views
    Yedioth Internet ^ | April 8th, 2007 | Nadav Man, Bitmuna
    In October 1933, Erich and Marga Cohen leave their home in Germany on an organized trip to the Land of Israel, as Nazis' rise to power. They arrive in Haifa and travel across the country. Their daughter, Miriam Hazeh, shares the photos from that trip with Ynet readers. First part
  • A shameful episode in Harvard's history

    11/14/2004 11:34:17 AM PST · by worldclass · 45 replies · 2,751+ views
    Why would Harvard have embraced such a man? With everything that was known about the Nazis in 1934 -- their violent anti-Semitism, their book-burning, the concentration camps into which they were herding their enemies -- why would Harvard have treated a Nazi functionary like Hanfstaengl with such courtesy? Why would it let itself be used, in the words of historian Stephen Norwood, "to help cloak the Nazi cause with a layer of legitimacy?" In time, of course, Harvard became staunchly anti-Nazi. (Conant would go on to play a key national defense role during World War II.) But where was its...
  • Let the Hate Begin (Yankees-Red Sox Style)

    03/28/2003 1:51:40 PM PST · by WaveThatFlag · 76 replies · 968+ views
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | 3/28/3 | By RUSS SMITH
    <p>Granted, there is upheaval in the world and there are battles where a great deal is at stake -- life itself. All the more precious, then, the minor skirmishes on the home front that mean a great deal in a small way and remind us of how lucky we are to feel innocent hatreds, from summer to summer, at the ballpark.</p>
  • Auction brings $7.6 million for 'Double Eagle'

    07/30/2002 7:33:38 PM PDT · by shrinkermd · 14 replies · 740+ views
    CNN ^ | 30 July 2002 | Beth Nissen
    <p>CNN) -- The 1933 gold Double Eagle coin has seen its share of jeopardy in a history that could have come straight from "The Maltese Falcon."</p> <p>Since it was minted in 1933, the coin has been stolen, shipped to Egypt, hidden and almost destroyed by fire twice. The Double Eagle -- an ounce of nearly pure gold -- went up for auction Tuesday night at Sothebys, selling for $6.6 million, plus its $20 face value and a 15 percent fee to the auction house -- a total of $7.6 million.</p>