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Jew Bernanke Praises Hitler!

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Wade Hampton III

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Jew Bernanke Praises Hitler!

PostTue Jan 10, 2017 3:12 pm

"I suppose he (Roosevelt) could have cut taxes, but taxes weren’t as high
then as they are now. The general recollection people have, or the vision
they have of the ‘30s, was that the government employment programs like
the WPA and the building of the Hoover Dam and things like that were a big
deal. And they were important, but relative to the size of the problem they
were actually quite small. And as early as the 1950s, economists pointed
out that the fiscal programs of the ’30s were actually very modest compared
to the size of the problem. Ironically — and please take this the right way
— the person who sort of most understood fiscal policy, in some sense,
was Adolf Hitler."

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Bernanke largely escaped public criticism after making the statement. He
was lucky. In 2003 David Raub, the president of Chicago’s Glenview State
Bank, was pressured to step down after making comments in praise of Hitler’s
economic policies in the bank’s online newsletter. Here’s his statement:

http://whiteresister.com/index.php/18-h ... gn=Feed%3A
+whiteresister%2FxoPm+%28WhiteResister.com+-+The+White+Resister%29
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Emily Henderson

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Re: Jew Bernanke Praises Hitler!

PostWed Jan 11, 2017 4:42 pm

Wade Hampton III wrote:"I suppose he (Roosevelt) could have cut taxes, but taxes weren’t as high
then as they are now. The general recollection people have, or the vision
they have of the ‘30s, was that the government employment programs like
the WPA and the building of the Hoover Dam and things like that were a big
deal. And they were important, but relative to the size of the problem they
were actually quite small. And as early as the 1950s, economists pointed
out that the fiscal programs of the ’30s were actually very modest compared
to the size of the problem. Ironically — and please take this the right way
— the person who sort of most understood fiscal policy, in some sense,
was Adolf Hitler."

61.jpg


Bernanke largely escaped public criticism after making the statement. He
was lucky. In 2003 David Raub, the president of Chicago’s Glenview State
Bank, was pressured to step down after making comments in praise of Hitler’s
economic policies in the bank’s online newsletter. Here’s his statement:

http://whiteresister.com/index.php/18-h ... gn=Feed%3A
+whiteresister%2FxoPm+%28WhiteResister.com+-+The+White+Resister%29


Great topic-I remember reading about children in WWI Germany, how they hid food, even though they were starving, for when they were really, really starving. What the Jews did to the Germans prior to the rise of NS/WWII was horrible, and it is glossed over every time we see anti-Hitler propaganda.

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