Nazi art: news and movies

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What a coincidence: we have 0;news” that art is found in Munich, hidden away by the “evil” Nazis and we also a have a movie coming out very shortly with all your favorite celubtards or minions based on this exact theme! We need at least one good all-Germans-are-Nazis movies coming out per year (why and how Germans put up with such blatant prejudice is beyond me)

A Berlin art historian is helping prosecutors investigate a trove of 1,500 artworks that may have seized by the Nazis, which has been found in Munich.

via ‘Overwhelming’ trove of Nazi-looted art worth $1.35B found during money-laundering check | Toronto Star.

The Monuments Men (with whoelse – Clooney!)

An unlikely World War II platoon are tasked to rescue art masterpieces from thieves and returning them to their owners.

Bottom line for newbies: news and movies are one in the same. They are entertainment and manufactured for your distraction and to shape your opinions, ie. control your mind (NLP).

The old Soviet bloc had blatant propaganda, so it was much easier to discard. The NWO we have here and now has insidious propaganda, which is much harder to detect and therefore much more powerful, since most don’t see it to ignore it.

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2 thoughts on “Nazi art: news and movies

  1. Herge Degrelle

    “Looted art” ? Looted from whom ? The biggest looters in the history of the world ?

    What possible right could they have to any of their possessions, much less great works of European art, the creation of which they had absolutely nothing to do with, ZILCH ?

    The same people who deliberately crashed the entire German economy in the early 20s and bought literally the entire country for absolutely nothing ?

    Did you know that an ounce of gold by November 30, 1923 was worth 87 trillion marks?…

    That’s right ! Germans should be forever ashamed of the most successful six year period in their entire history because the Jew told them to, a six year period which gave the world:

    the first programmable computer

    the first binary calculator

    the first operational jet engine and jet aircraft

    the helicopter

    synthetics, including fibers, fuels and buna rubber

    state-of-the-art engineered waste-water and sewage treatment systems

    Nationwide drinking water purification programs

    Type XXI U-boat – first submarine designed to operate extensively, for long periods of time underwater

    Television broadcasting – 1936 Olympics was broadcast by television to television parlors

    Night vision technology


    3-D 35 mm films developed long before Hollywood

    the Autobahn or the prototype of all freeways – the original and still the best.

    The most popular and longest lasting car model in history: the Volkswagen Beetle or “Bug.” Hitler designed the car himself by the way. So the most popular and best-loved car of all time was designed by the man those same people were told to hate above all other historical figures. Isn’t that cute ?

    During almost 60 years, an incredible 21,529,464 Volkswagen Beetles were produced, which is particularly significant when taking into account that during all of those 60 years the Beetle had the same car body, with only some mechanical changes. The original form of the Beetle (as designed by Hitler and built by Ferdinand Porsche ) was produced until 2003, when the last car left the Volkswagen factory in Mexico.

    The Benz W125 Rekordwagen (Mercedes being the name of the daughter of the Jewish financier of Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft which he had REQUIRED be used, it was dropped by the NSDAP in favor of simply “Benz”; the name “Mercedes-Benz” was not revived until after 1945) which had a V12 engine, twin superchargers, 725 horsepower and broke the land speed record at 268 MPH

    “Emil Jellinek, known after 1903 as Emil Jellinek-Mercedes (6 April 1853 – 21 January 1918) was a wealthy European entrepreneur who sat on the board of Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (‘DMG’) between 1900 and 1909. He specified an engine designed there by Wilhelm Maybach and Gottlieb Daimler for the first ‘modern’ car. Jellinek required naming the engine after his daughter,[1] Mercedes Jellinek. The Mercedes 35hp model later contributed to the brand name developed in 1926, Mercedes-Benz, when DMG and Benz & Cie. merged into what is now among the largest car brands in the world. Jellinek lived in Vienna, Austria but later moved to Nice on the French Riviera, where he was the General Consul to Austria-Hungary.

    Jellinek was born in Leipzig, Germany, the son of Dr Adolf Jellinek (sometimes known also as Aaron Jellinek). His father was a well-known Czech-Hungarian rabbi and intellectual in the Jewish collective around Leipzig and Vienna. Jellinek’s mother Rosalie Bettelheim (born 1832 in Budapest, died 1892 in Baden bei Wien) was an active rebbitzen. He had two brothers, both of whom achieved fame: Max Hermann Jellinek as a linguist, and Georg Jellinek as an international law teacher. His sisters were Charlotte and Pauline.”…


    “Thieves respect property. They merely wish the property to become their property that they may more perfectly respect it.” — Gilbert K. Chesterton

    “Thieve from thieves and God will look down upon you and smile.” – William Saroyan

    “A great war leaves the country with three armies – an army of cripples, an army of mourners, and an army of thieves” — German proverb

    “Beauty provoketh thieves sooner than gold” — Shakespeare

  2. ab Post author…

    We all know the story about how Adolf Hitler and the big bad “Nazis” looted many of the great artworks of Europe during World War II. Indeed, a Google Search of the term ‘Nazi Looted Art’ yields an astonishing 143 million results! There is just one problem with the story of the “looted art”….

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