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Godwin’s law helps Nazis (It’s more Serpent’s law when looked at closely.) – And Israel of all countries falls in the same trap…

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Dearest Marty, my wonderful Prince, how are you?

Israel moves to ban the word “Nazi” says a headline. How more German mind-controlled can it get?

If Israel and Jews wouldn’t hang also on secret German strings like the rest of the world, they would  have 1) fought the Nazis back and overpowered them when they still had a chance to win in the 20s and early 30s; 2) would have figured that the hatred against Jews which grew right after the fall of the 3rd Reich by Muslim countries till today is a still existing German Nazi secret service program;  3) would never move to ban the word “Nazi”, because Germany hates that this term is still used and not forgotten despite their Neo Nazis grow and march again.  

Mike Godwin’s stupid “law” in 1990 to ban the word Nazi from the Internet has German secret services written all over it. He says, he wants people think harder about Nazis and Hitler and that is why people shouldn’t use the term. Oh, please, it is nothing but a German attempt to make people forget horrible German crimes. And with all the distractions in the world today, average people (who can create mobs and can also vote for horrible political parties) will not visit libraries and universities to study history. Rarely anybody will. They all will forget despite history repeats itself.  (Thanks, Mike Godwin. You’re such an “advanced thinker”.) 

And the worst of all, Germany hasn’t changed and is still secretly behind infiltrating countries, provoking wars, and making terrorists.  And who is Godwin trying to suggest a censorship on how to use that term? Besides, I read Nazi history cited in a factual and appropriate ways on the Internet and  their opponents stopped that information by calling them loser and violating “Godwin’s law”

I am thinking that it is better to use the term Nazis one time too often than one time too less. The Internet is filled with ruckus, people who don’t think for themselves but in a mob. There are also those German agents who deny the Holocaust or promote a new one. I saw photos of neo-Nazis saying “Actions instead of words.” Just typically, isn’t it? Still existing and new Nazis manipulate the world to want to ban the word Nazi, but at the same time, Nazis are marching again.    

Some Jewish individuals showed that they can fight back when their rights are denied and that they can win. In earlier years, I asked myself often how come that those Millions of Jews that the Germans killed didn’t fight the Nazis back and started a revolt against the country that suppressed them more and more when it was still time. Then I figured that all these Jewish people had ear implants like the Germans and like the rest of the world and that these implants were used to control them into death: Nazis and the doctors behind them who wanted living people to make experiments on them, which they could not before the 3rd Reich. The psychiatrists and medical doctors needed the Nazis to extend their animal experiments on people. Nazis didn’t need the psychiatrists and doctors, but the doctors and psychiatrists needed the Nazis.

If those controllers of ear implants would be pro Jews, they would have helped them to group and smash the Nazis within Germany together. But this is not what happened. Ear implants are such a trap. The upper Nazi case officers who control all lower and international secret case officers radioed through these ear implants to the Jews to keep their heads down instead of fighting back. This is how to lose freedom. This is how to go right in a trap.

And now, German controlled ear implants are working overtime in Israel.  A few years ago, I had an e-mail correspondence with a high official in Israel. She blamed all of Israel’s problems on Islamic terrorists and was clueless that Germany is still behind those problems. People just don’t look deep enough and are not pulling all the strings, and those ear implants are used to prevent people pulling enough strings. Trap, trap, trap….

The latest news is that Israel moves to ban the word ‘Nazi’ and other references to the Third Reich other than for “education purposes”? Education purposes? Give me a break! The same Nazis who told the Jews once not to fight back is feeding them that German secret services are not behind Islamic or other terrorists and that it is not Germany who wants to control free speech to get rid of the term Nazi to make people forget how rotten they are and what they did.

Many atrocities and wars are forgotten. Even educated people don’t remember them all. Despite Neo Nazis are on the rise in Germany and elsewhere, I know that Germany is secretly behind it, to control free speech in regards of Nazis. They even want to penalize people with £20,000 fine who violate this pro Nazi and anti-free speech. It has active German ear implants in Israel written all over it!  And the modern Germans still sit on stolen Jewish art and don’t want to return it. It even hangs in their government buildings.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2540581/Israel-moves-ban-word-Nazi-references-Third-Reich-education-purposes.html#ixzz2rEly9X5t 

Neo Nazis rising in Germany. And why did the German government too little too long? That is deliberate. On one front, they controlling free speech and that people should not use the term Nazis anymore and on the other front, they have Neo Nazis marching again.

Israel needs to get a clue and should not help Germany by stopping free speech about Nazis. 

I love you, Marty. Many kisses. 

Yours forever,

Sarah/Barbara

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Maithili

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Malayalam-1
Malayalam-2
Malayalam-3
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Telugu

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Marathi

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Malay/Indonesian

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Malay

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Ch’an Rak Khun
Khao Raak Thoe / chun raak ter
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Tunisian NMOUT ALIK
Ha eh bak (ÃÍÈß – spelled AHEBAK)
Turkish Seni seviyorum!
Ukranian Ya tebya kahayu
Ya tebe kohayu (Y
a tebe kohau)
ya tebya lyublyu (Russian variant)
Yalleh blutebeh
Y
a lublu tebe (ryss variant)
Urdu (Pakistan) MUJHAY TUM SAY MOHABBAT HAY  or
Main tum say pyar karta hoon.

Mea tum se pyar karti hu
Vietnamese Em ye^u anh (woman to man)
Toi yeu em
Vlaams (Flemish) ik zie je graag or ik hou van je
Ik heb je lief (in songs)
Welsh ‘Rwy’n dy garu di.
Yr wyf i yn dy garu di (chwi)
Rwy’n caru ti
Western Lombard mi te voeuri ben

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Yoruba Mo ni ife re
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