Message from Der Jäger in tradworker #recommended-reading
The school responded
They're sorry and they'll bring in a rabbi and a holohoax "survivor" to talk to the kids
Highly recommended, and quick read
I was hoping it would be something like that
@here the above book outlines how to effectively communicate with media, but it extends to police as well
Excellent. Thanks for posting
Its important, and a quick read
I managed my day in a way that allowed me to set aside time to read this
about the protocols of zion, has anyone truly verified it as legit document or no?
You doubt it?
Wikipedia says it’s fabricated so it’s definitely 100% real
my take is that the document is too convenient in what it presents
Wikipedia = information the Jews are cool with you knowing
or so it appears
i need to dig deeper...but overall I distrust first before I trust
thats a rule that has worked well for me when it comes to the interwebs 😄
Elders of Zion is a fake
But its also real
The document itself is fake, but it is a distillation of what they actually believe into a form that the masses can digest more easily than the 5,000 page talmud
making jew sounds
Most of what's in the Protocols is also in the Talmud, just obscured by hiding it in other passages and using euphemisms so the goyim won't put it together
Hey. I was wondering if I could have some help with something.
I was wanting to write some fascist fiction with good messaging. I have a few stories in the works, but I have a hard time concentrating on one.
I'm somewhat of a writer
Cool. I have 3 that I am thinking of.
1. A superhero story about a captain America parody that becomes a fascist after learning that the world premier superhero organization is a haven for pedophiles and perverts. Time travel and a complex enemy will factor in later.
2. A fantasy (setting could be space or medieval) about a young Prince who gets a call from his people's ancient God to leave their current home because it is going to be destroyed by an apocalypse
3. An adventure where a young scientist born in a subterranean city ventures out into flooded tunnels in his submarine trying to reach the surface while avoiding the lovecraftian monstrosities that lurk there.
As for number one, I tend to either go for more subtle themes that are apparent if you're looking for them. But it may work if you go to the extreme and parody the hell out of it.
Number two, The Aeneid style story is a classic, can't go wrong