Thought this was interesting too.
The famous classic of Leni Riefensthal and one of the hallmarks of Propaganda, full and with english subtitles.
This is the entire video in full. It has many things that were not included in the shorter clips – including the missing Part Three of the first half.
I hope you took notice of the hypocrisy here – how the Allies used torture to get confessions out of the Germans whom they were accusing of torture! I guess it’s acceptable for the Good Guys to use torture as long as it’s being used against the Bad Guys. But if the Bad Guys use torture against anyone it’s unacceptable. Can anyone say double standard?
The first installment of the second part of a two part series.
They have the full version of this video which I will post at a later time, but it’s nearly 90 minutes. There are many who don’t want to sit through that long a video, so I decided to post them in small clips every day or two over a period of a couple of weeks.
The opening of this first part SEEMS like it is supporting tradional Holocaust stories, but bear with them. They are trying to make a point. Give them a chance. This is a great video series.
Spring is just around the corner, so I thought this was an appropriate video.
I thought this was kind of interesting.
I hope you enjoyed this series of short documentaries on who the first Americans really were.
History books aren’t easily rewritten. It is now accepted that the Vikings were in North America long before Columbus, but when the theory was first proposed, most people scoffed at the idea. It is the same with the Solutreans. People will catch up and accept the fact that our ancestors were the first Americans.
Contrary to popular belief, Indians were not the first people to live and settle in the Americas, Europeans were.
Contrary to popular belief, the first Americans were not Indians who migrated to the Americas across a land bridge from Asia, the first Americans were the Solutrians, a European people who migrated to the Americas roughly 25,000 years ago.
Contrary to popular belief Caucasoid Europeans did not steal America from the Indians, Europeans were the original inhabitants of the North American continent. Recent scientific discoveries have been made proving that Caucasoid Europeans lived in the America’s before the Indians.