Friday, August 07, 2015

Hitler never said "Third Reich"

Dr. Rex Curry the first person to say "There is no example of Hitler ever saying 'Third Reich'"?

Is Dr. Curry the first person to ever notice this fact? The first to mention it on the web or anywhere?

If anyone knows of any other examples, please post a response. 

See the new amazing book on Amazon and here

Adolf Hitler never said Third Reich
Adolf Hitler never wrote the phrase "Third Reich"

There is no example that Hitler ever said "Third Reich"

Hitler did not say "Third Reich"

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

We gormandized until we were satiated - New book includes Rex Curry quotes

Rex Curry is part of a new book entitled "Dead Writers Club" with this kewl quote from one of the short stories: "As the sun set on Old Glory, the entire school (or rather, what remained of it) chanted the Pledge of Allegiance, as a murder of crows gormandized until they were satiated."

Everyone should use those words in a similar manner. For example, after eating well with your goodreads friends, exclaim: "We gormandized until we were satiated!"
From No Pledge Publishing

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Rex Curry cited re: Drug Detection Dog Training book

Secrets about drug dogs are revealed in this book by the author Ian Tinny, with information gleaned from Attorney Rex Curry.
An exposé of drug detection dog training should begin with the best advice: How to avoid the dogs entirely. The way to avoid drug dogs is: Avoid the police. This book explains how. 
Next, this book exposes how drug dogs are used for lies. They are used to fabricate “probable cause” for searches (searches of cars, other conveyances, objects, and packages). Judges write clueless opinions about how accurate a drug dog is, and they overlook this point: Police can lie and say that the dogs alert when the dogs don’t alert at all.
The author Ian Tinny also released the sensational exposé “Pledge of Allegiance + Swastika Secrets” -a semi biographical work about the renowned historian who revealed (1) the Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior, and (2) how German socialists (Nazis) used the swastika to represent crossed “S” letters for “socialism.”
Before becoming a full-time writer, Ian Tinny was a part-time instructor to the United States Probation Office and to federal judges, and his work led to the arrest, trial, conviction, and imprisonment of America’s Dumbest Criminals.
Tinny is also the author of a classic science fiction tale revealing an amazing discovery about time travel.

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Rex Curry baseball jersey proclaims "Buy a Gun with your Tax Refund" on Amazon and Cafepress

Rex Curry on and CafePress with "Buy a gun with your tax refund" Baseball Jersey.

Rex Curry baseball jersey proclaims "Buy a Gun with your Tax Refund" on and CafePress

Buy a gun with your tax refund. Every CPA says so. It's a good way to reduce taxes and make everyone smile. wear it all year round. Help free all socialist slaves and you, too.

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Rex Curry is lauded in new book by the author A. E. Samaan (800 pages, published 2013)

Rex Curry is lauded in the new book “From a ‘Race of Masters’ to a ‘Master Race’: 1948 to 1848” by the author A. E. Samaan (800 pages, published 2013).

“Dr. Rex Curry, the professor and attorney from Florida, has debated and largely proven the unavoidable evidence that Hitler’s National Socialism was significantly influenced by Bellamy’s ‘nationalistic’ form of ‘socialism.’ Curry is famous for making the claim that Hitler adopted the ‘stiff-arm salute’ from Francis and Edward Bellamy.” (at page 589).

“Thus, Dr. Curry’s claims that much of the fanfare and propaganda we now attribute to the Hitler Youth and the Nuremberg rallies actually originated with American customs, are definitely sound.” (at page 590).

"Professor Curry ... has been researching the link between Hitler's National Socialism and Edward Bellamy's 'socialistic' form of 'nationalism.' " (at page 594).

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Monday, April 08, 2013

Rex Curry - new book Francis Bellamy, Edward Bellamy and American socialism

Germany did not adopt the swastika, technically speaking, because they did not call the symbol a "swastika." They called it a "Hakenkreuz" which means "hooked cross." It was a type of cross and Hitler used it to represent crossed S-letters for his socialism under his National Socialist German Workers Party (see the book "Pledge of Allegiance + Swastika Secrets" by Ian Tinny and the historian Dr. Rex Curry). Although an ancient symbol, it was altered and used as alphabetical symbolism similar to that of the SS Division, the SA, the NSV, the Todt organization, etc, and the VW logo (the letters "V" and "W" joined for "Volkswagen"). Most people do not know that because they only think of Hitler's group as "Nazis," and they do not know the etymology of the word "Nazi," and they do not realize that Hitler's group never called themselves Nazis (and never called the symbol a swastika), but always used the term "socialist" as a self-description. The term "swastika" is used by people who want to distance Hitler's symbol from the Christian cross, by instead slandering a different symbol from a foreign background: the swastika.

Hitler adopted the symbol because it had already been associated with socialism in the first ruble paper currency under the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and by socialists in the USA, such as Edward Bellamy and the Theosophical Society. Hitler had supported the Bavarian Soviet Republic (aka Munich Soviet Republic). Later, Hitler and his German socialists would become allies with Stalin and Soviet socialists in a plan to divide up Europe, invading Poland together and spreading WWII, and the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part) the largest slaughter of humanity in history.

Monday, March 11, 2013

Rex Curry on TV's Fringe show and Popular Mechanics

Fringe Is on the Right Track With Code-Cracking Science Fringe team encounters the Observers - strange men who keep a log of mysterious code that the agents must try to crack. PM - Popular Mechanics Magazine spoke with etymologist Dr. Rex Curry about deciphering ancient codes and symbols to see how (and if) it can be done.

FringeBusters 208: August

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Dr. Rex Curry in Popular Mechanics and on the TV show Fringe

Dr. Rex Curry in Popular Mechanics and on the TV show Fringe
Dr. Rex Curry in Popular Mechanics and on the TV show Fringe