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Saturday, July 27, 2013

Enhanced ReCast - WAWWH 20 - We Are What We Hated series

Enhanced ReCast - WAWWH 20 - We Are What We Hated series

The boys explore the British contribution to the Nazi cause and the Nazi roots of the House of Windsor. Originally aired December 2011.

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This 30-part series explores Nazism; its origins, its workings then and now and its ramifications.  Originally posted by Vyzygoth on his thinkorbeeaten.com site, he and Larry The Contractor Guy lay out Nazism in all its forms.

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Chapter Headings in this episode:

Music and Intro

His Royal Virus

Everybody wants to rule the world

Who actually rules the world?

Vyz's version of a eulogy

How darkness affects you

Topics yet to cover and such

Exit Music


Books/information mentioned in this episode:


Prince Philip



"The Nazi Roots of the House of Windsor" article by Scott Thompson (The American Almanac, August 25, 1997)



King Edward VIII



Prince Bernhard



Wiki of the word Margrave



World Wildlife Fund and Prince Philip



Eco-fascism



I.G. Farben



Max Von Baden



Universal Fascist



Gordonstoun School


Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma (Lord Mountbatten)



If I were an animalby Fleur Cowles with Forward by Prince Philip




Georgia Guidestones


H.G. Wells and eugenics



Sir Francis Galton and eugenics



Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand



Helena Blavatsky



Guido von List



Rudolf von Sebottendorf


Treaty of St. Germain


The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion and credibility




Thule Society



Mensheviks



Bolsheviks



Jewish genocide in Russia, 1919 to 1921



Secret Instructions of the Society of Jesus (aka Jesuits)



Alfred Rosenberg



Umberto Eco, author of Foucault's Pendulum



Prince Metternich and the Treaty of Verona



Bernhard Stempfle and Mein Kampf



Audiobook page for The Manisis Chronicles, from the publisher's web site



The Communist Manifesto and Jesuits



Tracy R. Twyman's article "Pax Europa: The United States of Europe and the Merovingian Master Plan"















Carolingian Dynasty


Rosicrucianism



Franklin child prostitution (cover up)



Johnny Gosch (on the left in picture), Paul Bonacci, John DeCamp and Ted Gunderson



Ephesians 6:12











Hitler and the New Ageby Bob Rosio














Benito Mussolini


Newt Gingrich converts to Catholicism

Mitt Romney's Mormonism and 2012 presidential campaign



Audio of Marlowe's play The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus:





Charlie Brown kicking the football








John Carpenter's They Live (1988), based on Ray Nelson's "Eight O'Clock in the Morning" (1963)



Isaac Asimov










"The Winnowing" wiki



Vyz reads "The Winnowing"



Other relevant information:
































Extensive treatsie on Lyndon LaRouche's 1994 book, The Coming Fall of the House of Windsor - well documented



Pilgrims Society membership list



Umberto Eco's 1995 article "Eternal Fascism: Fourteen Ways of Looking at a Black Shirt"



Audio of Aldus Huxley's 1961 speech at Berkeley:




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