By Alex Constantine
The Daily Mail gossip sheet is reporting:
Secret pagan ritual. It simply doesn't get any better than this ...
The esstablishment media, of course, like nice, safe, tidy stenographed courtroom reporting, but insights do break through the fog of acceptable reality now and then, as in this story from Spokane, Washington: "Court Documents Reveal Evolution Of MLK Day Bomber's Racist Beliefs." Here, we find, "It took white supremacist Kevin Harpham" -- at the time, he was known as the "Backpack Bomber" -- "a few months to collect bomb materials. But newly unsealed documents show he was mired in the Neo-Nazi movement for more than a decade. Harpham is the man who pleaded guilty to planting a bomb at Spokane's Martin Luther King Day parade last January. ... "
That's one more non-Muslim terrorist for Newt Gingrich and Fox News to ignore ...
And WeHo News today treats us to "Fascinating Fascist: Gertrude Stein," and warms us to the topic with this quote from Ms. Stein in New York Times Magazine, May 6, 1934:
The revelations are found in a new book,
The Nazis were nothing if not secretive, of course, so revelations can take a long, long time to reach the public print. The BBC is reporting: "German intelligence files on ex-Nazis shredded." The German intelligence apparat -- founded by Nazi spy/CIA recruit Reinhard Gehlen -- is another reason that truth drags its feet where Nazis are concerned: "Investigators have found that in 2007 the German Intelligence Service (BND) destroyed files of 250 BND employees who had been in the Nazi SS or Gestapo." The BND called the destruction of the Nazi files 'regrettable and annoying.'" Then why did the BND destroy them? Never mind. The answer is obvious. "Four independent historians are investigating the BND's old links with the Nazis." Ah, well, that explains it. Now we're getting down to brass tacks. "They say some of the missing papers concern suspected war criminals. The historians did not allege a deliberate cover-up, but they urged the BND not to destroy any more files." I won't deconstruct this confused logic. We all know that the cover-up was not a breathtaking coincidence.
Hitler's dirty laundry is given the literal treatment in this story from the Sydney Morning Herald on November 30: Bedtime with Hitler: Nazi leader's linen for sale.