Monday, July 1, 2013

OMG! Nazi Zombies Attack!

The Nazis are probably the most vilified group in the history of humanity. They get pounded relentlessly in all sorts of media; the old media of books and the written word and the new media like the Internet.
In public schools and really take a pounding on the 'Tribes' favorite method of brain-washing, the TV set, or as it's known to those on the inside, TalmudVision.

But rarely does one hear about the millions and millions murdered by the Bolshevik Jews in Uncle Joe's Commie Russia or the millions and millions murdered in the worker's paradise, Commie China by Mao.

Guess getting beaten to death by dedicated communist party members or getting buried alive wouldn't make for as much drama as another Hitler movie.

Can't have the 45 million killed by Chairman Mao overshadowing the greatest scam in the history of the world, the holocau$t.

Instead we get psyops like this:

Dead Snow (Norwegian: Død snø) is a 2009 Norwegian zombie comedy film directed by Tommy Wirkola, starring Charlotte Frogner, Stig Frode Henriksen, Bjørn Sundquist, Ane Dahl Torp and Jenny Skavlan. The film centres around a group of students surviving a Nazi zombie attack in the mountains of Norway.

Ready for the sequel, titled "Dead Snow: War of the Dead?"

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