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August 26, 2015

Bill O’Reilly educated his 3 million viewers last night about Mengele, the notorious Nazi Doctor

Filed under: Holocaust, TV shows — Tags: , , , — furtherglory @ 8:53 am

Update 9:25 am: I have found another blog which talks about Bill  O’Reilly’s show last night:  https://saynsumthn.wordpress.com/2015/08/26/planned-parenthood-defender-nomiki-konst-no-clue-who-mengele-is-while-discussing-baby-parts-harvesting-on-oreilly/

Continue reading my original blog post:

I wrote about Bill O’Reilly on a previous blog post, which you can read here.  If you don’t know who Bill O’Reilly is, I can’t help you.

On some nights, Bill O’Reilly has 3 million viewers. On a bad night, he has over 2 million viewers. If you have never seen his news commentary TV show, you are out of the loop, and there is no hope for you.

Last night O’Reilly educated his viewers, and one of his guests, about Mengele. One of his guests, Monika Crowley, knew who Dr. Mengele was, but the other guest, whose name I have forgotten, had never heard of him.  [I had never heard of her, but I know all about Dr. Josef Mengele.]

Dr. Josef Mengele, the infamous “Doctor of Death” at Auschwitz, doesn’t get the title of Dr. because he sent Jews to their deaths in the gas chamber. If you refer to him as DOCTOR Mengele, as I am doing right now, you will be instantly exposed as a Holocaust denier.

On his show, O’Reilly explained to his uninformed guest, whose name I don’t remember, that Mengele “was a Nazi Doctor who performed experiments on children and babies.”

Then he went on to say that “Mengele did experiments in utero, not just on babies that were born.”

The part about doing experiments on babies in utero was news to me. I have studied the Holocaust extensively, but I have never heard that story.

You can read all about Dr. Josef Mengele on my website  at http://www.scrapbookpages.com/AuschwitzScrapbook/History/Articles/Selection.html

I have blogged about Dr. Mengele on several blog posts, including this one:

https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2013/03/27/what-color-were-dr-josef-mengeles-eyes/

August 6, 2014

Are supporters of Hamas in America un-American? The question that was not answered on Bill O’Reilly’s TV show

Filed under: TV shows — Tags: , , , , — furtherglory @ 9:17 am

My blog post today is about Bill O’Reilly’s TV show called The Factor; you can read a transcript of the segment in last night’s show, in which Charles Krauthammer spoke about Hamas and the crisis in Gaza here.

For several days, on his show, Bill O’Reilly had asked the question “Are supporters of Hamas un-American?”  O’Reilly promised that Charles Krauthammer (who is Jewish) would soon answer this question on his show.

I have been watching The Factor every night, since the show first started many years ago.  I love the show because listeners can learn the truth about what is really going on in the world.

Charles Krauthammer is a frequent guest and his comments are very enlightening, so I was expecting him to answer the question of whether supporters of Hamas in America are un-American.  The obvious implication in the question was “Are true Americans required to support Israel?”

Americans have freedom of speech and freedom of religion.  Is there an exception to those freedoms? Is a person, who does not support Israel, un-American?  Sadly, Bill O’Reilly’s show did not answer this question last night.

Bill O’Reilly started off this segment of his show last night by saying this:

Here’s what I don’t understand and I need you to explain it to me. Hamas is a terror group. Everybody knows it, all right.

If you care to be a fair-minded person, you know Hamas is a terror group. Hamas dominates the Palestinian authority through muscle, all right.

They have the guns. Iran gives them the guns so, therefore, they have the power in Gaza, West Bank, whatever. Hamas calling the shots.

So, you have a bevy of Americans who are sympathetic to the Palestinians but, by the same token, are supporting Hamas. And then you have tons of them in Europe. What’s the mentality behind that.

I was expecting Krauthammer to explain that the Palestians had been living in the land that is now Israel for thousands of years, while the current residents of this land are not the descendants of the original Jews who lived there long ago.  I was expecting him to explain that the trouble is caused by the fact that the current Israelis are known as the Khazars, or the Russian Jews, or the Ashkenazi Jews.  They are the descendants of people who converted to Judaism around the year 800; they are not the descendants of the original Jews who lived in Palestine.

Here is what Krauthammer actually said:

I would draw a sharp distinction between the European sympathizers and demonstrators from the American ones.

When it comes to Europe, I think the overwhelming factor is raw, native, deep-seated anti-Zionism. This is — 2,000-year-old anti-Zionism. Now, for a while, they discovered that if you put the veneer of anti-Zionism, the cover of anti-Zionism, you can get away with it in respectable society.

The veneer and the cover are gone. You’ve got placards being carried in Germany, of all places. “Hitler was right. [Chants] of Jews to the gas.

This is raw antisemitism, finding a semi-respectable outlet. And you get the foreign ministers of Britain, of France, Germany and Italy issuing a joint statement denouncing antisemitism in their country.

In the United States, it is very different. Antisemitism is not a major factor here. You know, of all the countries that the Jews have lived in in 2,000 years, this is the most tolerant, friendly, loving country that the Jews have ever known.

What I think is the most important factor here is sheer, raw ignorance. They have no idea what Hamas is, all that you said, they have no idea, for example, that there is no occupation in Gaza.

The Israelis left in 2005. They tore out their settlements. There’s not a settler, there’s not a soldier, there is not a Jew left in Gaza.

Do any of these people know it, no. Are they aware that just a few days ago, the spokesman for Hamas in Lebanon said on Arabic television that the Jews lust for the killing of children. After all, they have always used the blood of children in their mazahs on passover.

And when he was asked about that again, I think it was yesterday, on a major American network, he refused to retract. This is the oldest blood libel of all.

Are they aware of the fact that Hamas’ charter calls not just for the destruction of Israel but for the killing Jews everywhere in the world. This is an openly genocidal organization.

This whole problem could be easily solved by giving Palestine back to the Palestinians, and giving the state of New York to the Jews.  Many of the Jews in America already live in the state of New York and upstate New York is not heavily populated.  All the Jews in Israel could easily fit into the state of New York which is bigger than Israel.

May 14, 2014

The “always perspicacious” Glenn Beck has written a book on Common Core

Filed under: California, TV shows — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 10:55 am

Last night, on his TV show The Factor, Bill O’Reilly introduced his guest, Glenn Beck, as “the always perspicacious Glenn Beck.”

O’Reilly then proceeded to define this highfalutin word for Glenn Beck, who didn’t know what it meant.

Or maybe Beck was just pretending that he didn’t know.  Glenn Beck is self educated, and he doesn’t know what everyone in America should know, due to their indoctrination in the American school system.

Beck was a guest on The Factor because he is promoting a new book, which he has just written, on today’s educational standards, which are called Common Core.

Glenn Beck’s complaint, about Common Core standards, is that it is part of America’s “cultural war,” about which Bill O’Reilly has spoken many times on his TV show. Beck thinks that the purpose of the Common Core is to produce “good little workers” for American business firms.

Beck specifically mentioned a speech, given by Bill Gates, one of the founders of Microsoft. Beck said that America is now “adopting  a new kind of capitalism, like that in China.” He added that “a truck driver doesn’t need to read Huck Finn.  He was making the point that today’s students are taught to be “good little workers.”

Glen cited the Common Core English test, which has sentences to “indoctrinate kids” into progressive thinking.

Way back in the Dark Ages, when I was in “grade school,” English was taught by having students diagram a sentence on a blackboard, a method which is not taught any more.  If you know how to diagram a sentence, you will never make the mistake of dangling a participle.  Today’s students, who type with their thumbs, on their “mobile device,” don’t know what a participle is and they couldn’t care less about English grammar.

Early on, during Glenn Beck’s former TV show, I deduced that Glenn is not a college graduate. He revealed many times, that he doesn’t know what every college graduate knows.  It was very clear to me that Glenn is completely self educated.

Just to make sure, I went to Wikipedia to confirm that Glenn Beck did not graduate from college.

I found this quote on Wikipedia:

In 1996, while working for a New Haven area radio station, Beck took a theology class at Yale University, with a written recommendation from Senator Joe Lieberman, a Yale alumnus who was a fan of Beck’s show at the time.[38] Beck enrolled in an “Early Christology” course, but soon withdrew, marking the extent of his post-secondary education.[36][39]

[…]
As he later recounted in his books and stage performances, Beck’s first attempt at self-education involved six wide-ranging authors, comprising what Beck jokingly calls “the library of a serial killer”: Alan Dershowitz, Pope John Paul II, Adolf Hitler, Billy Graham, Carl Sagan, and Friedrich Nietzsche.[38] During this time, Beck’s Mormon friend and former radio partner Pat Gray argued in favor of the “comprehensive worldview” offered by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, an offer that Beck rejected until a few years later.[36]

I will probably not rush out to buy Glenn Beck’s new book, and I will tell you why:  I have now come to the conclusion that Common Core is a good idea for American’s schools.  All young people are now learning what they need to know to get along in today’s world.  They don’t need to learn the truth; what they need to know is accepted history.

Regarding the recent assignment, given to students in the Rialto Unified School District, to read a revisionist website, and then write a “critical thinking” essay on the Holocaust, I now believe that this was not a good thing. Today’s children need to know the accepted beliefs in America, whether these beliefs are true or not.

If a student wants to get a good job in America, he or she needs a progressive education in a progressive college, and they need to be able to regurgitate all the accepted details of the Holocaust.  A young person, who persists in reading Holocaust denial websites, should be advised that they will have to start their own company because they will not get a job in corporate America.

BTW, my father never read Huck Finn. He didn’t have a Common Core education. He never even made it past the 4th grade. So how was he able to get a job in corporate America? He didn’t. In fact, he NEVER had a job; he bought a truck and became a truck driver, working on his own.  He eventually founded a multi-million dollar, nation-wide trucking company, which is still in business.

Students who live in the 4 states in America, which do not have the Common Core, can always get a job as a truck driver. Or they can start their own business.

 

 

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