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PROOF OF GEORGE SOROS NAZI PAST: When Hitler's henchman Adolf Eichmann arrived in Hungary, to oversee the murder of that country's Jews, George Soros ended up with a man whose job was confiscating property from the Jewish population. Soros' liberal defenders call this "vicious slander", but guess what? NTEB has uncovered the 60 Minutes interview from 1998 where George Soros proudly BRAGGED about his Nazi collaboration in helping to steal from and round up the Jews and send them to the gas…


No offense to the Jewish holocaust, but why are we more concerned with what happened overseas as opposed to what happened in our own country? American Holocaust - One Hundred Million Native Americans Killed.


DNA studies confirm that 97% of people who call themselves Jews ARE NOT descendents of Abraham. In 2001 Dr. Ariella Oppenheim (a Jew) a biologist at Hebrew University published the first extensive study of DNA and the origin of the Jews. Her research found that virtually all the Jews came from Khazar blood. The newest DNA research science from Dr. Eran Elhaik (a Jew) and his associates at the McKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine has…


Jewish population by country (press photo link)


During the German occupation of Denmark, King Christian X rode through Copenhagen every day. This became a symbol of Danish sovereignty. This picture was taken on his 70th birthday in 1940.


Denmark was well aware that it didn’t have the military power to fight the Nazis, so the plan was to surrender and cooperate with them. However, they also knew what the Nazis did to Jews, so when reports came in that the Nazis were on their way the Danish government immediately got hold of 99% of Danish Jews and shipped them off to neutral Sweden in the dead of night.

from Fine Art America

St. Peters Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Robert Anschutz

St Peters, Boerne Texas. Boerne (/ˈbɜrni/ BUR-nee) is a city in and the county seat of Kendall County, Texas, United States, within the Texas Hill Country. Boerne was named in honor of a Jewish German author and publicist, and its population was 10,471 in the 2010 census. The city is noted for the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case City of Boerne v. Flores. Founded in 1849 as Tusculum, the name was changed to Boerne when the town was platted in 1852.