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September 16, 2017

Donald Trump admired Hitler’s speeches, according to a news article

Filed under: Trump, Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 3:45 pm

A photo of Adolf Hitler in the early days; Heinrich Himmler is shown behind him.

Donald Trump admires Hitler’s speeches — so it is said.

Trump kept a copy of Hitler’s speeches near his bed, according to a news article which you can read in full at

On my website, I wrote about the speeches that Hitler made:

There is an old saying that Hitler was more loved by more people than any other man in history.  Trump is very wise to study Hitler’s speeches.


The famous stairs of death at Mauthausen

Filed under: Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 2:37 pm

My photo of the stairs of death at Mauthausen

The word Mauthausen is pronounced MOWT HOUSEN, not Mat hassen.

You can read about the stairs of death at the Mauthausen concentration camp in the recent news article, cited above.

One of my photos, shown at the top of the page, is included in the article, with no credit given to me.

You can read what I wrote on my website about the stairs of death  at

I have a whole section on my website about Mauthausen:

The town of Mauthausen is a very beautiful place. You can see my photos of the town at

One of my photos of the town is shown below.



What is a private e-mail server? And why would anyone want one?

Filed under: Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 9:26 am

Hillary Clinton allegedly committed a great crime by having a private e-mail server. When news of this got out, it cost her the election. She became known as “crooked Hillary”.

So what is an e-mail server and why would anyone have one?

Basically, the answer to the questions above is that a private e-mail server allows the recipient of the e-mail to see where the e-mail is actually coming from, although it is claiming to come from a different source.

I used to work in the employment business as a recruiter. I worked for Management Recruiters, the company that invented recruiting for low level professional jobs, as opposed to recruiting candidates for high level management jobs, which was done by recruiters who were known as “head hunters”.

Recruiting was originally started by high level head-hunter companies which recruited managers away from one company and placed them with another company. It was considered bad form for a company to recruit an employee themselves. That’s why companies used professional recruiters who did the dirty work for them.

But to get back to Hillary, why did she have an e-mail server? I think that it was because she wanted to see where her e-mail messages were actually coming from. Was this a crime?  I don’t think so. Apparently James Comey was involved. He was sniffing around and looking at Hillary’s e-mail.  We don’t know, but apparently he is the criminal here, not Hillary.


Auschwitz memorial buys degenerate art.

Filed under: Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 8:16 am
Olère painting showing himself as inmate (courtesy of Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial)

Self portrait of David Olère stealing food from his fellow prisoners

You can read all about it by following the link to the BBC news article above.  Basically the story is that the Auschwitz memorial bought a bunch of his degenerate art work.  Some other pictures are also shown in the article.

I wrote about degenerate art on these previous blog posts:

September 15, 2017

Hubert Zafke, who is 96, is too old to stand trial.

Filed under: Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 10:36 am

nazi trial

Begin quote from news article:

Hubert Zafke, 96, has – after a legal fiasco of a trial in which he was in court for four days over two years – has finally been pronounced too sick to answer for his crimes in the murders of 3,681 people.

 They died during the period that farmer’s son Zafke served as an SS medic at the camp in German-occupied Poland.

End quote from news article

September 11, 2017

The strange story of flight 93 on 9/11

Filed under: Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 10:20 am

The story of flight 93 on 9/11 is back in the news as we remember the day that America was allegedly attacked by a foreign government .

You can read about flight 93 in this news article:

I wrote about the 9/11 attack on this previous blog post:

Today is the anniversary of the attack by a foreign government on the buildings owned by one man

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — furtherglory @ 7:58 am

It was the strangest thing that has ever happened in America. The buildings owned by one man, and only the buildings owned by this one man, were hit by airplanes that were sent by a foreign government.

The man, who owned all of these buildings that were hit, did not go to his office in one of these buildings that day because his wife reminded him that he had a dental appointment that morning.

I have written extensively about 9-11 in the past. You can read my previous blog posts at

September 7, 2017

Ursula Haverbeck is back in the news

Filed under: Germany, Uncategorized — Tags: — furtherglory @ 2:31 pm

Ursula Haverbeck

Ursula Haverbeck is a famous Holocaust denier. She won’t stop denying, no matter how many times she is sent to prison.


September 2, 2017

Today is the anniversary of the day that Anne Frank was sent to a camp

Filed under: Auschwitz, Holocaust, Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 3:14 pm

September 2, 1944: Anne Frank Sent To Auschwitz Concentration Camp

I have a section on my website about Anne Frank, which you can read at

You can read about Anne Frank in this news article:

The following quote is from the news article:

Begin quote

On September 2, 1944 Anne Frank was sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp. The 15-year-old girl was forced to have her head shaved and was branded with a numerical tattoo. During the day, she had to do slave labor, hauling rocks and digging sod.

Within a year, the young teen was dead. Diseases ran rampant because of the horrid conditions of the concentration camp, but Frank’s exact cause of death is not known. She became famous, post-death, after her diary was found and published. “The Diary of a Young Girl” documented her life in hiding from 1942 to 1944, and is now one of the world’s most famous books.

End quote

Years ago, I visited the Anne Frank house and wrote about it on my website at

Who doesn’t love Anne Frank? She was just a normal Jewish girl. Her family was lying, cheating and stealing, like all Jews do. They could not understand why the Nazis objected to that.



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