Archive for the ‘psychological warfare’ Category

The ‘Holocaust’ Stream of Transmission Back from Cardinal O’Connor

April 29, 2012
Previously we looked at Cardinal O’Connor’s role in the ‘Holocaust education’ racket. Quoting again David G. Marwell, Director of the Museum of ‘Jewish’ Heritage in NYC:

“John Cardinal O’Connor spoke at the dedication of our Museum and forged our connection with the schools of the Archdiocese, stating that it was his desire that every student from every Catholic school visit the Museum. And since then, thousands of Catholic students and their teachers have come to the Museum … any recent graduate of a New York Archdiocese school knows [‘Holocaust history’].

Cardinal O’Connor was a graduate student at Georgetown University under Jeane Kirkpatrick, who remembered O’Connor as ‘the most intelligent student she had ever known in her long years of teaching.’

Jeane Kirkpatrick’s best students (see: Alan Keyes) are possessed of a certain rabid kind of philo-Judaic fanaticism. Cardinal O’Connor was no exception.

Jeane Kirkpatrick’s husband was Evron Maurice Kirkpatrick who was an aid to Bill Donovan, the head of the OSS largely responsible for producing WWII atrocity psyops which unfortunately have been canonized by the secular and ecclesiastical establishment of the West.

Listen to PNAC signatory Jeane Kirkpatrick (with Frank Gaffney, Richard Perle’s understudy) upholding the WWII atrocity propaganda (“lessons of ‘The Holocaust”) her husband helped to conjure up as justification for never ending ‘preemptive’ bombings around the globe:

Pentagon’s ‘Yom HaShoah’ ‘Holocaust’ Liturgy and Ritual for 2012

April 23, 2012
To aid in decoding this Synagogue and State fraud I have interspersed comments and links in the text below of the Pentagon’s ‘Yom HaShoah’ ‘Holocaust’ Liturgy which Secretary of ‘Defense,’ Leon Panetta recited at the Pentagon for the ‘Holocaust’ high holy day, ‘Yom HaShoah’ 2012. Panetta was one of the scoundrels who foisted this psychological warfare holy day on the people of the U.S. for the purpose of covering over Allied WWII atrocities against the Christian civilians of Europe and Japan and justifying the massive expenditure in blood and treasure that propped up and continues to prop up the Judaic Imperium. Panetta can be counted upon to wage never ending ‘preemptive’ war to “prevent another ‘Holocaust'” which is always right around every corner of the Greater Counterfeit Israel project.

Secretary of Defense Leon E. Panetta assists [Counterfeit] Israel’s Defense Minister, Ehud Barak, as they light candles during a Holocaust Remembrance Observance held in the Pentagon Auditorium Thursday, April 19, 2012
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta piously places his hand over his heart as he listens to the national anthem during a Holocaust Remembrance at the Pentagon, April 19, 2012. Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak, third from right, joined Panetta for the event. 

Yesterday, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta joined Israel’s Defense Minister Ehud Barak in commemorating the victims and survivors of the Holocaust at an event marking Yom HaShoah.

[Excepts from] the Secretary’s remarks are below as Delivered by Secretary of Defense Leon E. Panetta, The Pentagon Auditorium, Washington D.C., Thursday, April 19, 2012 Holocaust Remembrance Day Observance:

Today we pause to remember and honor six million souls who were murdered not because of anything they had done, but because of who they were. They will always be in our memory, they will always be in our prayers, and they will always be in our hearts.

… Today we also celebrate the enduring strength of the Jewish people, who overcame this tragedy and built a strong and vibrant Jewish state in Israel. They have flourished there, they have flourished here in America, and indeed across the world, and that too is an inspiration to all of us.

In my faith, the resurrection from the dead is fundamental to our hope and to our faith. In the Jewish faith, resurrection from tragedy is fundamental to their hope and to their faith

… I just had the opportunity to meet with my friend [‘Defense’ Minister of Counterfeit Israel] Ehud Barak, and we are deeply honored that he was able to join us here today in this observance

… Ehud, I am proud to be your partner, and I am proud to be your friend, and to work with you in continuing to strengthen the U.S.-Israel defense relationship. It is an honor for me to be able to participate in this event with all of you.

Today the world comes together to mark Yom Ha’Shoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day. It was my privilege to have served in the U.S. House of Representatives when we passed a law recognizing the days surrounding Yom Ha’Shoah as a national civic commemoration, a law that also established the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. I believed it was important then when I cast that vote, and it is important today, to mark these days of remembrance, because through commemorations like this, large and small, within families at home, we send a strong message that we will never forget, and that we will never allow this to happen again. That solemn responsibility is shared by us as human beings, by us as Americans, and by us as men and women of the Department of Defense, who could be asked, when the time comes, to act, to make sure that it never happens again.

For the United States Armed Services, these events are not a distant memory. Our modern military was forged in the crucible of World War II. It was forged in the fight against Nazi tyranny. To defeat Hitler we mobilized all of the strength that we could muster, and in that effort we witnessed many of our finest hours as a military and indeed, as a country.

Today we carry forward the proud legacy of men and women of the United States Army who played a vital role in liberating the camps at Buchenwald, Dora-Mittelbau, Flossenbürg, Dachau, and Mauthausen. American forces not only brought freedom to the survivors of Nazi horrors, they also made sure that in its aftermath the world would know what [is alleged to have] happened.

In the days after Allied forces captured the first concentration camps, General Eisenhower, General Patton and General Bradley themselves inspected a camp [that had previously been prepared by the U.S. OSS (the predecessor to the CIA) as a psychological warfare operation], and learned and saw [staged ‘evidence’ of] atrocities that had [been intended to appear as though they had] occurred. They were, in Eisenhower’s words, atrocities “beyond the American mind to comprehend” [but not beyond the the OSS’s imagination to dream up]. Eisenhower ordered every American soldier in the area who was not on the front lines to take the time to tour these [psychological warfare operations the OSS had set up in the] camps, so that they could themselves see what they were [alleged to have been] fighting against, and why they were [alleged to be] fighting. These soldiers became not only liberators, but witnesses to [what is alleged to be] one of the greatest atrocities in history [the purpose of the psychological warfare operation. German civilians were also forced to ‘witness’ the displays of ‘atrocities’ staged by the OSS].

The commitment of our forces to the survivors of Nazi atrocities did not end with liberation.  In the aftermath of war, we cared for survivors and we helped reunite families.  We provided physical nourishment, and we provided spiritual nourishment as well.

For example, upon [hearing the Yiddish tall tale that] there was not a single complete edition of the Talmud in Germany General Joseph McNarney, commander of the American zone of Occupied Germany, undertook an effort to print a Talmud for survivors [Hitler was more hostile to the Bible than the Talmud. He did in fact allow printing of the Talmud. Moreover, he did not print Johannes Eisenmenger’s devastating, unsurpassed critique of Judaism].

And when American forces discovered enormous caches of looted cultural materials, they set about ensuring that these objects were treated with the greatest respect.

Ultimately, thanks to these efforts, millions of objects and sacred texts were returned to their rightful heirs or held in trust by Jewish successor organizations.

The leader of that effort, a U.S. Army Captain named Seymour Pomrenze, was a hero whose actions embodied the professionalism and dedication of the uniform he wore.

The contributions of American service members like Captain Pomrenze make all of us proud, and we remember them as we come together as a community today to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Though we will always know what good was done and that lives were saved, we must always remember that we were unable to save the six million Jews who perished under Hitler’s cruel reign.

That is a burden that all of us must carry.  Not just the generation of World War II, but every generation must carry that burden.  It is one that we have turned into shared determination, a shared determination to ensure that this never happens again.

Today we renew that commitment.  That is what this day is truly all about.  We do so by coming together to bear witness, just as our service members did more than sixty-five years ago.  In a moment, we will be privileged to hear from Charlene Schiff, who has dedicated her life to making sure that the lives of those who perished in the Holocaust are never forgotten.

Charlene, it is our honor to be witnesses to your story.  And it is our honor to affirm to you that we will never stop fighting in the memory of those who perished – fighting for a better future, and fighting for a world safe from aggression, from tyranny and from injustice.

Out of the darkness that was the Holocaust comes the eternal hope that never again, never again, will we allow that to happen.  I would now like to invite Minister Barak and the Service Secretaries to join me and Charlene in lighting memorial candles.

These candles symbolize unity and hope, and our shared commitment to honor the memory of all those who perished in the Holocaust.

also see:

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At Auschwitz, Future U.S. Military Leaders Learn to Hate

They Want Their Psychosis to Be Ours

August 22, 2009

Noahides of the talmudized West are invited to personally live the psychotic rage of “The Bear Jew” and bash a Nazi’s skull in with a baseball bat:

“… everyone is encouraged to nurture their inner soldier by playing Inglourious Basterds: The Game. Pick up your bat and fight like Sargent Donny Donowitz, aka: “The Bear Jew” played by actor, director and writer Eli Roth.”

Hollywood Ultraviolence and Sexual Perversion as ‘Holocaust’ Revenge Medium

August 19, 2009

There is no forgiveness in Judaism and teshuva (repentance) is never-ending. This psychosis informs media, education, religion and politics in the talmudized West. If it continues much longer it will be our downfall.

Revenge of the Jews, Tarantino Style

Naomi Pfefferman – Jewish Journal

August 18, 2009

… About two years ago, while writing “Inglourious Basterds,” Tarantino asked [Eli] Roth whether Jews believe in the concept of absolution. “The idea of mercy or forgiveness, not in the religious sense, but in a human sense — that’s where my humanity tends to go,” Tarantino said. “When whites held blacks in slavery, they both were in bondage, and both needed to be freed from the system, so that’s where I was coming from in a way.” But, he said, Roth told him “Absolution is a Catholic concept. F—- that. There is no sorry, no forgiveness possible.”

… A good friend of Tarantino, Roth (see story on Page 12) is best known as the director of the ultra-violent torture-porn films “Hostel” and “Cabin Fever.”

… [Roth] invited Tarantino to a seder, to show him how Jews view their historical persecutors. So, in 2007, Tarantino sat at Roth’s Passover table and listened to a discussion of how the Exodus relates to the Holocaust and other world events …

Eli Roth Fuels ‘BaSterds’ Role With Holocaust Fury

Naomi Pfefferman – Jewish Journal

August 18, 2009

When the extreme horror auteur Eli Roth visited Germany to promote his 2005 hit, “Hostel,” journalists asked how he dared make such a sexually sadistic movie. Roth, now a still-boyish 37-year-old, had already cemented his reputation as one of the most successful directors to push the so-called “torture porn” genre to grisly new heights; “Hostel” pushed it even further with its tale of smug American college students who become the playthings of wealthy sadists abroad. The filmmaker was used to criticism for his over-the-top depictions of impalings, decapitations and blow-torching, but Roth — who has numerous relatives who died in the Holocaust — became enraged when German journalists asked him to justify those grisly scenes. “I said, ‘This movie is nothing but [cinematic] magic tricks, but your grandparents turned my ancestors into furniture. Into lamp shades.’ I went on and on; I couldn’t stop myself. I couldn’t believe they took that kind of self-righteous position.”

Roth’s same righteous fury appears in his portrayal of Sgt. Donny Donowitz, aka The Bear Jew, in Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds,” in which he is perhaps the craziest basterd in a squad of vengeful American Jewish Nazi slayers.

“Donny is a Jewish guy from South Boston who is fighting on behalf of Jews who can’t,” said Roth, who still displays much of the 40 pounds of extra muscle he put on for the role. “He uses his baseball bat to pummel Nazis, so he can physically feel that sensation of cracking their skulls in.”

Tarantino, a good friend, has joked that he deliberately hired the splatter-film director to play a character with a penchant for bludgeoning. But for Roth, the movie proved more than his first major acting role: “It was like kosher porn,” he said. “It was an orgasmic feeling to swing that bat.”

Which is not to say that he didn’t take the role seriously. Because his mother’s family was all but wiped out in Nazi-occupied Austria, and his parents’ friends included survivors of Auschwitz and Dachau, Roth grew up in the shadow of the Holocaust. “We were taught that you do not buy German products,” he said. His mother, a respected painter, and his father, a psychoanalyst and psychiatry professor at Harvard Medical School, encouraged him to read the many books on the time period, and at the age of 8 — the same year he saw Ridley Scott’s horror classic, “Alien” — the budding filmmaker had already read Eli Wiesel’s “Night” and knew all about Dr. Mengele’s medical experiments. “That’s why horror movies always seemed so tame to me,” he said. “I thought it was absurd when people complained about movie violence, because the default in my brain was — what about the Holocaust?

“I never saw violence in movies as real. To me it was always a representation of violence,” he added. “And I couldn’t understand why people got so upset about it when they didn’t seem upset about violence in real life.”

… Roth said he was a polite child, which his parents verified in a Boston magazine article titled, “What’s a Nice Jewish Boy From Newton Doing Making Films Like This?” In it, his psychiatrist father explains, “Eli exemplifies what Plato often said — that the good dream of what the bad do. Basically the imagination handles all uncomfortable impulses and thoughts. In his everyday life, Eli is extremely well behaved…. In his creative work, you see the other side of his imagination.”

Roth began making gruesome films at an early age. “When you live in a safe place like Newton, [Mass.],” he said, “you imagine, ‘What if people came and invaded my home and killed my family? I guess I was extra sensitive to all the horrible things going on in the world.”

Roth’s love for the cinematic side of horror was clear when he persuaded his parents to hire a magician to pretend to hack him in half with a buzz saw — as he shrieked — at his bar mitzvah reception. His cake was shaped like a film slate embellished with dollops of oozing fake blood. Roth said he felt like an alien in the upper-middle-class suburb, where other kids aspired to become doctors or attorneys. When the rabbi at his bar mitzvah announced, from the pulpit, that Roth intended to become a “motion picture writer-director,” the entire congregation burst out laughing. “It seemed to them a freakish thing to do,” Roth recalls, adding mischievously, “Who’s laughing now?”

Roth’s directorial debut, “Cabin Fever,” premiered in 2002 at the Los Angeles Film Festival, where Quentin Tarantino chanced to see it at a midnight screening. Tarantino invited the younger director to watch “War of the Gargantuas” at his home, and eventually became a mentor to Roth and a collaborator on Roth’s 2005 film “Hostel.”

Although many critics have reviled Roth for what they perceive as gratuitous violence and misogyny, others view him as a maverick and see his work as far more thoughtful than, say, the “Friday the 13th” franchise. “Hostel” was inspired by the kind of American arrogance abroad Roth perceived during the Bush administration — as well as the smug entitlement of the privileged suburban teenagers of his youth.

Tarantino also served as an executive producer on the poorly received “Hostel II” and previously hired Roth to act in the “Death Proof” segment of “Grindhouse” (2007).

For “Inglourious Basterds,” Roth also served as Tarantino’s unofficial Jewish technical advisor.

At times during “Basterd’s” six-month shoot in Berlin, life imitated art: When Roth’s parents broke their vow never to travel to Germany and visited the set, Roth was appalled when one of the crew’s drivers sneeringly referred to them as “Juden”; he had to be restrained from beating the man in Bear Jew fashion. Tarantino allowed Roth to shoot “Nation’s Pride,” the propaganda film within “Inglourious Basterds,” which screens at a pivotal moment in the movie. And while acting in the final conflagration scene in “Basterds,” Roth was nearly incinerated when a special effects fire burned much hotter than expected.

In the end, making “Inglourious Basterds” proved healing for Roth. “When we filmed the scenes where I killed Nazis, the German cast and crew were as excited about it as the Jews were — it was like we were killing them together,” Roth said. I remember [the actor who plays] Goebbels saying ‘Yeah — we get to kill those m————- today.’ They were so happy. And they wanted the deaths to be as violent as possible, because they’re tortured by the Holocaust as much as we are.”

Michael Hoffman on the Alex Jones radio show

April 22, 2008

Michael A. Hoffman II, author of “Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare” and the forthcoming 900 page book “Judaism Discovered,” will be the guest on the nationally syndicated radio program, the “Alex Jones Show” on Friday, April 25 from 1:30 – 2:30 pm (central time).

For further information contact Alex Jones at
or Michael Hoffman at

To listen to the interview live on Friday, April 25 from 1:30 – 2:30 pm (central time) use the following link:

If you can’t listen the the show live it will be rerun for 24 hours afterwards at the following link:

Michael Hoffman on the Alex Jones radio show

April 22, 2008

Michael A. Hoffman II, author of “Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare” and the forthcoming 900 page book “Judaism Discovered,” will be the guest on the nationally syndicated radio program, the “Alex Jones Show” on Friday, April 25 from 1:30 – 2:30 pm (central time).

For further information contact Alex Jones at
or Michael Hoffman at

To listen to the interview live on Friday, April 25 from 1:30 – 2:30 pm (central time) use the following link:

If you can’t listen the the show live it will be rerun for 24 hours afterwards at the following link: