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Kennedy loved Hitler. You won’t read about this in the mainstream media, of course, but they recently found a diary our former president kept in the 1930s and 1940s wherein he expresses admiration for Hitler and the “Nordic races.” Here’s what he said while traveling through Germany in 1937:

“The towns are all charming which shows that the Nordic races appear to be definitely superior to their Latin counterparts. The Germans are really too good — that’s why people conspire against them…”

After the war Kennedy was still a Hitler fan:

“Anyone who has visited these places can imagine how in a few years, Hitler will emerge from the hate that now surrounds him and come to be regarded as one of the most significant figures that ever lived… He was made of the stuff of legends.”

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Dan
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Dan

He was a product of his age – 20 in 1937 – immature, and actually quite stupid – as history has proven. If there were a diary entry such as these displayed in say 1960…THEN I might show some concern.

JPTravis
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Maybe the 1937 entry could be excused that way, but still admiring Hitler in 1945? That’s twisted.

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Not surprising that Kennedy adored Hitler, Hitler is the gold standard that all politicians wish to obtain.

jcrowley1985
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jcrowley1985

Didn’t Hitler steal gold as well? Kennedy tried to STOP Corporate Greed from stealing our gold (and was assassinated for it).

CO2Insanity
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Dummkoph!

Neo-7
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Neo-7

Crawley , I’m impressed !!! Are we learning a few new extra words in the last few months ?

6 November 2012
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6 November 2012

“The Germans are really too good — that’s why people conspire against them…”

Today, why “people” conspires to destroy the whole of the west from the United States to Russia, too good for sustainable enslavement.

Look at Camden and Detroit, that is the solution.

Red Robster
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Red Robster

Not surprising. Joe admired hitler.
I began, recently, to read a book, but the fellow was such a staunch kennedy apologist that i couldn’t continue.
he (the author) as much as said that the Pentagon forced kennedy into Viet Nam. Anybody who knows anything about the kennedy’s knows, and especially j effwad k, the only person that could force them to do something was joe.
Maria Shriver was the only one I ever thought was even partway decent. the rest, eh, not so much.

GhostntheMachine
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GhostntheMachine

Nice avi, he wears that lavender so well.

Red Robster
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Red Robster

Grazie Millie Shukrani sana ver, I’m sure.

:d

Joe Redfield
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Joe Redfield

What some younger people don’t remember is that the MSM of the early ’60s was every bit as fawning and protective of JFK as the newest generation is of BO, and that Team JFK was just as vicious and vindictive as Team BO. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

Karmaa
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Karmaa

True.

And following his assassination, the media was manipulated by the government and pushed the “single gunman” theory despite all evidence to the contrary. That is probably what Obama expected to happen with Benghazi. No matter how stupid it sounded, no matter how much evidence to the contrary, they expected the media to push the video story.

Of course, there was not an internet back then. There were “citizen journalists”, but their ability to spread the word was no where near where it is today.

This is why we need to be constantly vigilant. The last power grab was for our medical information. The current is for our guns. The next will almost certainly be the internet.

Keep us doped up, with no way to protect ourselves and no way to communicate amongst ourselves. Orwell was actually a visionary.

GhostntheMachine
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GhostntheMachine

I’ve been petitioning my local librarian for a couple years whenever I see her to move “Nineteen Eighty-Four” and “Animal Farm” to the non-fiction section. She just laughs at me while agreeing, but she loves her job too much to tweak the powers that be.

6 November 2012
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6 November 2012

His assassination at least shows he did take the decision not to betray his country.

Sidekick
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Sidekick

Just like his father from many accounts.

Fenster314
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Fenster314

It will be interesting to see how long before the present generation of historians die off and the Kennedys are seen for what they were – putzes whose popularity was driven by the newly powerful media machine.

Ruben
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Ruben

Perfect analysis. Why else would anyone’s life be deemed “Camelot” if not for a fawning media?

Sidekick
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Sidekick

Especially with that family. Everything from Joe Jr. being shot down during the war to Patricia Kennedy’s lobotomy. Which, by the way, must have been contagious as Ted seemed to have suffered the effects of one for more than 50 years.

Ruben
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Ruben

Teddy suffered from an affliction called “a-bottle-in-front-of-me” opposed to a frontal lobotomy.

Bonfire of the Absurdities
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Media flowchart in one sentence:

Unflattering news surfaces about politician (living or dead)….

Democrat?
YES (ignore)
NO (publish)

Conservative?
NO (publish once)
YES (TALK ABOUT IT 24/7 FOR AT LEAST A MONTH)