Glenn Beck endorses "KIKE"

This isn't just beyond the pale -- it's probably the most significant major-media endorsement of American fascist ideology since the 1930s.


On his radio show today, Glenn Beck heralded and promoted the work of Nazi sympathizer Elizabeth Dilling, who spoke at rallies hosted by the leading American Nazi group and praised Hitler. Today, Dilling is heralded by White Supremacists and White Aryans who revere her "fearless" work against Jewish people.

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Endorsing Anti-semitic, pro Hitler enemies of America is DISGUSTING, and make no mistake, Elizabeth Dilling was charged with conspiracy to overthrow the US Government with the aid of Nazi agents in 1944.

The Power of Movies

Quentin Tarantino’s fictional Shosanna Dreyfus in Inglourious Basterds wasn’t the first to substitute a film for showing to a Nazi military crowd. Though there were no luminaries in the audience, that honor probably goes to Nikola Radosevic, who recounts in The Tramp and the Dictator how he switched movies shown to a crowd of German soldiers in Yugoslavia, putting up Charles Chaplin’s lampoon of Hitler, The Great Dictator, instead of the expected fare.