Roman Salute: Cinema, History & Ideology myths & Martin Winkler & Robyn Blumner (St. Petersburg Times) debunked. http://rexcurry.net/roman-salute-martin-winkler.html
|Roman salute myth debunked|
The Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the stiff-armed salute adopted later by the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazis) as shown by Dr. Rex Curry (author of "Pledge of Allegiance Secrets"). The Pledge's early right-arm salute was not an ancient Roman salute. The ancient Roman salute is a myth. The 'ancient Roman salute' myth came from the Pledge. A new documentary video movie exposes the shocking facts on youtube. http://youtu.be/mvDwL553pVM
The original Pledge began with a military salute that was then extended out toward the flag. In practice the second gesture was performed palm down by children casually performing the forced ritual chanting. Thus, the stiff-arm salute resulted from the military salute extended outward in the pledge. http://rexcurry.net/pledge-allegiance-pledge-allegiance.jpg
The Pledge was written in 1892 by Francis Bellamy. Francis was raised in Rome, New York, not in Rome Italy. Francis was cousin to Edward Bellamy, and they promoted military socialism.
Learn how Martin Winkler (in the book Gladiator: Film and History) was debunked. Robyn Blumner and the St. Petersburg Times Newspaper (& Poynter Institute Online) cover up for the National Socialist German Workers Party and the origin of its dogma, symbols and rituals. Learn more about Francis Bellamy, Edward Bellamy and the early stiff arm salute of the Pledge of Allegiance. http://rexcurry.net/medianazi.html
Recognition of Dr. Curry's discoveries expanded after Tampa's old newspapers were defeated in public debate challenges concerning the Pledge of Allegiance and its part in socialist dogma (the debate challenge included Elaine Silvestrini, Daniel Ruth, Robyn Blumner, and Jessica Vander Velde). How could they dispute the facts uncovered by Dr. Curry, when the newspaper's own photographs and articles support him? http://rexcurry.net
It seems apropos that Ruth works in a building that is adorned with swastikas. Swastikas on Ruth's newspaper building in St. Petersburg, Florida resemble swastikas on buildings in St. Petersburg, Russia (the origin of the name of St. Petersburg, Florida) and swastikas printed as symbols for "socialism" (as two crossed "S" letters for "socialist") on the first paper ruble money issued after the 1917 socialist revolution that spawned the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and influencing the use of the swastika as a symbol for socialism under the National Socialist German Workers Party and Adolf Hitler (who also used the symbol to represent crossed "S" letters for his socialist dogma). It culminated in Soviet socialists and German socialists becoming allies in a pact to divide up Europe, invading Poland together in 1939, and spreading WWII, and ending in the countries holding the worst world record for mass slaughter in the socialist Wholecaust (of which the Holocaust was a part).
America's Dumbest Newspapers use news "repeaters." The term "repeaters" and "reporters" is synonymous, although "repeaters" explains more about old media (in radio, TV, and print-news) and their people (such as Elaine Silvestrini, Daniel Ruth, Robyn Blumner, and Jessica Vander Velde): they repeat claptrap that is spouted by government, and government officials. They repeat it as if it is serious, rational, and important. That is what happens to "news" media in a police state. They repeat the national socialist dogma of their newspapers ("national socialist" is what you-know-who called himself, and it is necessary to point that out in case the newspapers’ readers (both of them) read this because that fact is covered-up in the rags (as if the rags are trying to rehabilitate the dogma)).
|Swastikas on Tampa Bay Times Newspaper (formerly the Saint Petersburg Times Newspaper)|