Rex Curry artwork at Cafepress. My Socialist Slave number is 262-00-6302. http://www.cafepress.com/rex_curry
NPR has NEVER raised nor addressed the topic of the Pledge as the origin of Nazi salutes and Nazi behavior, and Ari Shapiro, the NPR stenographer, did not mention the putrid past of the Pledge of Allegiance, and Shapiro did not include a historic photo (nor video which would be even better) showing the pledge’s early stiff-armed salute. NPR will not discuss the beatings, imprisonment and even lynchings inflicted on those who refused to perform the Pledge of Allegiance. How many times does NPR have to be debunked? No one should chant the Pledge of Allegiance. It was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior (see the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry). The pledge continues to be the source of that type of behavior, only the gesture has changed. Yet, that is why the NPR propagandist felt uncomfortable in refusing: FEAR similar to the fear under Stalin, Mao and Hitler.
Pledge of Allegiance articles are appearing today and they are typical propaganda and cover-up. They are incorrect that “the ‘Bellamy’ salute resembled the Nazi salute” and the photo that accompanies the articles makes a fool of the writers and shows that in practice the Bellamy gesture was the same as the German socialist salute. In fact, the pledge was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior (see the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry and youtube videos showing his work). It is clear that modern writers do not have the guts or the brains to address the topic (nor even to raise it as a question) in print.
Pledge of Allegiance was origin of “ancient Roman salute” myth & Nazi salute. See work of Dr. Rex CurryAugust 1, 2012
and I didn’t speak up because I had no machine guns.
Then they came for the “assault weapons,”
and I didn’t speak up because I had no assault weapons.
Then they came for the rifles,
and I didn’t speak up because I had no rifles.
Then they came for the handguns,
and I didn’t speak up because I had no handguns.
Finally, they came for my double-barreled shotgun,
and I only managed to kill two of them.
(before they mowed me down with their machine guns, assault weapons, rifles and handguns (while I was trying to reload)). more government means you need more guns
Nazi salutes & Nazi behavior began in the USA’s Pledge of Allegiance from Francis Bellamy & Edward BellamyJune 12, 2012
Everyone should stop saying the Pledge of Allegiance because the Pledge was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior (see the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry). It is so funny that journalists in the USA do not have the guts to mention the putrid history of the Pledge. Domestic news outlets definitely will never post an historic photograph or video of the early Pledge\’s stiff-armed salute. Atheists are also brainwashed so that they only complain about two words. The pledge is brainwashing. Articles on the Pledge of Allegiance demonstrate that reporters have been brainwashed to not address certain topics about the Pledge and its history. The pledge was written by an American National Socialist in 1892 and used for three decades before it was picked up by German National Socialists and others. It might be a great idea in that it provides students with a daily opportunity to sit out the pledge and show contempt for the USA\’s police state. Students can remind the adults that other Americans have given their lives and freedom and made sacrifices so that others can refuse the daily robotic brainwashing in government schools (socialist schools). The two-word deification is only a tiny part of the pledge\’s horrid problems. Remove the pledge from the flag. Remove the flag from schools. Remove schools from government. Stop the desecration of students and schools.
Daniel Ruth: A Statist, and a journalist, too!
If you read newspapers for years then you will see all manner of ditzoid craziness that slops its way over the journalistic gunwales -claims of UFO abductions, the conspiracy theorists, Nazi cabals, and people who believe monkeys are taking over the world.
And those are just some of the serious news stories. There are some newspaper writers, too, who are really weird. Take Daniel Ruth. Please, take him. http://rexcurry.net/ruthmore.html
For all the black helicopter sightings and strange arguments that Shecky Green and the Jewish lobby control the government and Y2K means the end of the world, Ruth’s work is perhaps the most twistedly evasive.
Daniel Ruth – a newspaper columnist – weighed in with one long sputtering bluster against free market economics (what Ruth calls “price gouging” – a term Ruth never defines). Ruth wanted to comment on disaster conditions such as those after Hurricane Andrew devastated the city of Homestead in south Florida.
You have to wonder what schools Ruth went to. Government schools? The government taught him everything it knows and he is still stupid. But that is statist quo.
Ruth is also one of the most visible local disciples of the Tampa Tribune, which ought to have his embarrassed fellow travelers donning Groucho Marx disguises around the office and about town.
By the way, Ruth also seems to believe that people who hoard goods in advance of a disaster should be arrested. Why? It’s just too … too … loopy. Reached by phone, Loopy Ruth did his mental blank out when asked whether his support of arresting price gougers also translated into his support for arresting hoarders. Of course, Ruth’s reasoning against his perpetually undefined “price gouging” does justify (and has justified) prohibiting hoarding, arresting consumers who hoard, confiscating their goods, and imposing rationing and general economic socialism, with any disaster as the pretense. Ruth’s brain doesn’t travel that far, though. Indeed, it doesn’t even travel far enough to suspect that some people who hoard before a disaster are the people who are gouging after a disaster.
This space was curious. Since Ruth, the lazy statist from hell, thinks laws against price gouging are so swell, how would he feel if he had to wait longer hours to buy a bag of ice for a government-controlled price, or discover that there was no gas at the government-controlled price?
The Karl Marx of the Twilight Zone responded with a bunch of journalistic babble about injustice in modern America and an attack on free market economics, concluding by accusing this space of being libertarian. I assume that’s bad.
Still the Felliniesque Fidel Castro had never answered the original question.
Ruth pondered another simple query: How would he feel if he personally knew of people taking goods into a disaster area to sell them at prices that were higher than before the disaster? He’d be happy to see them arrested, or to see them personally suffer violence at the hands of statist vigilantes (or maybe both?).
Indeed, it was evident that it had never entered Ruth’s mind, after Hurricane Andrew, to load up a truck with a bunch of necessities, rush into a disaster area and sell people whatever they needed and wanted for whatever they would gladly pay.
This proves three things. A) Statists are greedy, lazy %$#!@?$!#+ who won’t help others, and who will take property from others, and they are nasty people who will use government to get their way. And B) For all his economic claptrap, Daniel Ruth is completely clueless if he thinks no one can go into a disaster area to charge people extra for goods for which they would gladly pay; and C) There is a reason why it never occurs to people like Ruth to load up a truck and drive into any disaster area –but Ruth will never figure out what that reason is, or how it is related to his naive, statist keister and his willingness to kick others around while he whines for more government, in the safety of his cubicle, far from any disaster area.
As well, irrespective of inane statist economic theories or statutes, all laws against price gouging are simply morally wrong because they worsen the circumstances of people when they are at their lowest emotional and financial ebb, forcing them to go without or to endure longer lines and bigger shortages.
It is an essential cornerstone of statists to promote and defend the role of government in virtually all aspects of life. That sounds fine until the socialist bureaucrats arrive to pick away at human pride with their economic disasters before, during and after a natural disaster.
The irony, of course, is that one of the reasons we have so much prosperity and abundance, even with Ruth’s perpetually undefined “price-gouging”, is because a free market protects the public against the likes of the Daniel Ruth’s of the world.
For not only is Ruth a writer with a big public forum, his reasoning is that of half-baked socialism/statism. Terrifying.
For more on Ruth’s defeat in a public debate challenge see
Dan Ruth http://rexcurry.net/DAN-RUTH-socialism.jpg
Charlie Chaplin disguise
Other descriptions of Daniel Ruth’s ignorance:
“News media throughout the United States and especially here in the southeast have been reporting extensively on gasoline shortages. Over 90% of service stations are without gas at any one time in the metro Atlanta area. When a supply truck arrives, car drivers drive long distances and wait in lines 10 or more cars long, blocking roads and intersections to get gas, typically exhausting the station’s new supply within hours. The media also reports on Georgia laws against gas price “gouging” – whereby stations attempting to sell gas at an undefined “too high” price can be subject to $15,000 penalties; other states in the southeast have similar laws. The news media, however, neglect to point out how these two issues are necessarily connected.” from Government Gouging by Aaron Bilger 9-29-08
And federal appeals court judge Richard Posner said on his blog in 2007 in the wake of Hurricane Katrina that calls for anti-gouging laws reflect “sheer ignorance of basic economics (a failure of our educational system) and demagogic appeals by politicians to that ignorance.”
For a blog about Ruthless stupidity from Daniel Ruth see
Daniel Ruth News
Daniel Ruth news – is he Lyndon LaRouche? see linked photographic evidence. Partial blame for the Tampa Tribune’s recent decline goes to Daniel Ruth. The mess follows mere weeks after “Daniel Ruth LaRouche” was exposed in a public debate challenge. That coincides with the time when the newspaper said to the kook: “Uh, Daniel Ruth? Start packing your bags!”http://rexcurry.net/daniel-ruth-elaine-silvestrini.jpg
Earlier Layoffs at the Tribune followed shortly after a previous defeat of Ruth by Dr. Rex Curry (See any internet search for “Tampa Tribune lays off”).
After Ruth’s previous loss the response against the crack-pot from the general public was so great that Ruth said he was labeled a “Dork, anti-free market statist, $#%!&, Dummkopf, liberal, daffy, dolt, stupid, dunce and, oh by the way, socialist.”
On another occasion, Ruth admitted publicly that locals have labeled him “bigot, prejudiced, hateful and ignorant” among many other similar insults.
Ruth publicly apologized to Dr. Curry for Ruth’s errors. http://rexcurry.net/ruth.html
The ackowledgement of error by Ruth was too late, as the Tribune continued its tailspin down the toilet. Ruth has caused spectators to wager on when the Tribune will be out of business. http://rexcurry.net/daniel-ruth-tampa-tribune.html