Author Topic: FDR: The Anatomy of a Peacemonger.  (Read 6304 times)

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Re: FDR: The Anatomy of a Peacemonger.
« Reply #15 on: October 15, 2013, 06:23:19 AM »
Um, OK, fine. I wasn't exactly asking you to do the research, but I appreciate that you did.

My question was directed -- twice -- at Blauritter, the original poster. The OP was not in any way designated as a quote. At the same time, it was obviously not Blauritter's original creation.

It is customary, actually required on this board, to credit your sources. That didn't get done in this case.
I posted the author due to Blauritters early demise, my size 13 up his ass.
May the idiot rest in pain.
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Re: FDR: The Anatomy of a Peacemonger.
« Reply #16 on: October 31, 2013, 07:54:41 AM »
Murrow was a traitor just like Cronkite........wow that's pretty harsh. What exactly did they do to justify your vitriol? I bet it was Cronkite participating in the fake moon landing sham.....maybe Morrow reported on the fictitious Holocaust? Maybe it because your just an a--hole, bitter at the world and are so full of stupid thoughts that you no longer can think rationally? Enlighten me.............
Cronkite admitted lying to hasten the American loss in Vietnam, openly loudly and proudly....you stupid shit.  You can find it on youtube, I'm sure,  You lying son of a bitch.

His proudest moment was lying that Linebacker and Tet didn't do any good, when they actually had the Vietcong down and out, and ready to surrender.

With his help, the OWS types of the 70's kept right on bellowing for us to quit and run, not knowing that the war was almost over due to America winning.

Happily, Cronkite helped us to lose instead of win, and helped millions of Vietnamese to suffer and die over 15 years.

Quit your damned disgraceful lying.

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Re: FDR: The Anatomy of a Peacemonger.
« Reply #17 on: October 31, 2013, 08:02:17 AM »
yeah, love that Murrow false narrative too.

McCarthy has been proven correct 1000 times over, over the years.

The US government and Hollywood especially were filthy with dedicated communists, burrowing in when they thought the pickin's were good in the turmoil after WW2.

You don't have to dig much, just read all the names and the documented truth that the folks were literally members of groups that espoused what Obama's doing today.

How can these progressives just live in a completely saturated existence of lying 24/7/365 like filthy pieces of s**t   ??

Not that long ago, lying, hating America, and being lazy worthless bums were still considered shameful.  Today they parade it all around like badges of honor.

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Re: FDR: The Anatomy of a Peacemonger.
« Reply #18 on: October 31, 2013, 08:12:21 AM »
FDR was a narcissistic megalomaniac piece of trash, just like the current resident of the WH.

Thank God he croaked before he could engineer a lifetime dictatorship.

He attacked citizens and businesses alike, who had the nerve to not embrace his socialist, dictatorial, ham fisted demands.

Funny thing is that he still had vaguely pro-America sentiments.  Obama is the original America hater, maybe in a tie with Hillary, who didn't have the pleasure of Kenyan Communist mentors and American race-war BP mentors from the 70's.........but she did have many of the same academic / domestic terrorist / communist mentors from the 60's / 70's.

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Re: FDR: The Anatomy of a Peacemonger.
« Reply #19 on: November 28, 2013, 11:02:29 AM »
FDR was anything but a peacemaker considering his involvement in profiting off of WW1 in Germany by inflating their currency and raking up cheap assets. Also he was the most connected politician in US history despite pretending to be a man of the people.

http://www.voltairenet.org/IMG/pdf/Sutton_Wall_Street_and_FDR-3.pdf

Wall Street and FDR

I also recommend Sutton's other books, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution and Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler.

 

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