Posts Tagged ‘bayonets’

Flashback: Babies on Bayonets

In this clip from The WWI Conspiracy (Part Two) we examine the propaganda surrounding the “Rape of Belgium” at the start of WWI and the actions of the baby bayonetting evil Hun savages… The post Flashback: Babies on Bayonets first appeared on The Corbett Report. Source

Is there “Just Peace” Underneath Turkish Bayonets?

Turkish President Erdoğan, who has long dreamed of restoring the former Ottoman Empire under his rule, including power-based methods, attended the 76th session of the UN General Assembly in a desperately bellicose mood, accompanied, as always, by numerous guards. At the behest of the Turkish leader, this visit was preceded by a propaganda campaign about […]

Watching The Hawks – Election Bias, Bayonets & Eco-Ignorance

Watching The Hawks – Election Bias, Bayonets & Eco-Ignorance Watching The On this episode of Watching The Hawks, Tyrel Ventura and Tabetha Wallace go over a recent ruling on the DNCs election-rigging, as well as the White Houses decision to once again militarize the countrys police forces. Kenya implements a draconian crackdown on plastic […]

Turning Pens Into Bayonets

It is difficult for a historian to identify the most depressing of World War Two’s hate exhortations. However, it has to be conceded that all the incitements to gratuitously slaughter civilians came not from the German side but from the allies. In apportioning blame for witless and wanton atrocities against defenceless civilians the lines […]

The War Room Ep. 34: Bayonets into the Skulls of Our Enemies, and Babies into the Wombs of our Women

The Right Stuff April 22, 2017 The official podcast for right-wing veterans. In this episode, the joint chiefs discuss Auburn and the Right Wing Safety Battalion in action, proclaim the importance of standing and fighting for your people, and bantz those who fail to breed. Follow us on Twitter at Subscribe […]

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