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Humor Nazis – 18

Episode #18 – The Bearaboo & Friends Meet the Bearaboo★☭ It has several levels… …and solutions to all of life’s problems! As well as some similarly-minded friends. The Bearaboo★☭ has a remarkable track record of progress… …it’s very thankful to … Continue reading

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Humor Nazis – 17

Episode #17 – The Vacation Day Further Information: National Socialism and Nazism – There IS a BIG difference “The battle that we have to wage can be won only with full national unity and determination.” ~Joseph Goebbels In the cartoon … Continue reading

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Humor Nazis – 16

Episode #16: Be This Guy A Special Motivational Episode!Keep your cool when others go wild. Know when there’s a time to be strong and a time to be gentle. Take a break, remain in form.  Forge new paths. Love life … Continue reading

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Anti-Zionist Graphics

All anti-Zionists, especially Aryanists, distribute! Enough Zionist symbols for now, let’s end with something positive. Save Save Save

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Communication in Aesthetics – Part II and Beyond

Aesthetics of Civilization When we go above and beyond the body, the spirit, the state, and the symbols we use, there we can see how all of those elements interact and compliment each other. This is a grand scale of … Continue reading

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Communication in Aesthetics – Part I

Aesthetics are a form of communication. Arguably, they are the first things to be a source of continuous communication long before the information superhighway with all its radio waves, television programs and phone calls was topped off with the Internet. … Continue reading

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The Scorpion and the Frog

A Parable Note: The original telling of this story is usually attributed to Aesop, however many storytellers have told their version throughout the ages with the universal message and application remaining the same. One day, a scorpion looked around at … Continue reading

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