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  • SOROS: No, not at all. Not at all, I rather enjoyed it”. – Geoege Soros answer when asked by Steve Kroft if he felt difficult helping ” in the confiscation of property from your fellow Jews, friends and neighbors.”


Law Newz reports:

According to the website, a petition to declare George Soros a terrorist and seize all of his related organizations’ assets under RICO and NDAA law” is one of the most popular White House petitions. It is ranked number 12, pulling in about 60,000 thousand signatures since it was created just 10 days ago.

The petition written by “E.B” doesn’t mince any words:

Whereas George Soros has willfully and on an ongoing basis attempted to destabilize and otherwise commit acts of sedition against the United States and its citizens…

Thee DOJ should immediately declare George Soros and all of his organizations and staff members to be domestic terrorists, and have all of his personal an organizational wealth and assets seized under Civil Asset Forfeiture law.

“We the People” White House petitions were started in 2011 under President Barack Obama as a way to give citizens more direct interaction with the executive branch.  When petitions meet 100,00 signatures they are reviewed by White House officials, who then may give some sort of official response.


George Soros is a Master and his puppet is the Democrat Party




Atheist George Soros has repeatedly called 1944The Best Year of his Life.” when 70% of George Soros’s fellow Jews in Hungary, nearly a half-million human beings, were annihilated in that year. During an interview with “Sixty Minute’s” Steve Kroft, Soros was asked about his “best year.”

George Soros Interview Where He Admitted He Was A Nazi Collaborator:

He was only to happy to admit his collaboration with the Nazis, in fact, he called those days the “best time of my life”.


KROFT: My understanding is that you went out with this protector of yours who swore that you were his adopted godson.

SOROS: Yes. Yes.

KROFT: Went out, in fact, and helped in the confiscation of property from your fellow Jews, friends and neighbors.

SOROS: Yes. That’s right. Yes.

KROFT: I mean, that sounds like an experience that would send lots of people to the psychiatric couch for many, many, years. Was it difficult?

SOROS: No, not at all. Not at all, I rather enjoyed it.

KROFT: No feelings of guilt?

SOROS: No, only feelings of absolute power.







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  • James Alex Fields Jr was denied by the army because of a history of anti-psychotic medication that he was prescribed.”
  • Fields had an “infatuation” with Adolf Hitler and Nazis, German military history and World War II, according to the suspect’s high school history teacher
  • “Fields  trained in August but was released from active duty due to a failure to meet training standards in December of 2015” – Army spokesman Lt. Col. Jennifer Johnson


Mediaite reported that Fields had served in the Army for less than four months, from August 18th to December 11th, 2015 (a Facebook post from his mother marks his arrival at boot camp).

“The Army can confirm that James Alex Fields reported for basic military training in August of 2015,” Army spokesman Lt. Col. Jennifer Johnson told Task & Purpose in a statement. “He was, however, released from active duty due to a failure to meet training standards in December of 2015. As a result, he was never awarded a military occupational skill nor was he assigned to a unit outside of basic training.” – Read more: Charlottesville Murder Suspect James Alex Fields May Be A Veteran, But He Was Never A Soldier


Daily Caller reports:

The 20-year-old man accused of driving his car into a crowd of counter-protesters during a white nationalist rally Charlottesville, Va., had an “infatuation” with Adolf Hitler and Nazis, according to the suspect’s high school history teacher.

James Alex Fields Jr., 20, was arrested Saturday and charged with second-degree murder after he allegedly slammed his car into a group of people in downtown Charlottesville, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer and injuring 19 others.

Derek Weimer said he was not surprised when authorities named Fields as the driver. Weimer, who taught history to Fields Jr. at Randall K. Cooper High School in Union, Ky., said he was quiet yet bright student who had “radical ideas on race.”

“He was very infatuated with the Nazis, with Adolf Hitler,” Weimer told WCPO News in Cincinnati. “He also had a huge military history, especially with German military history and World War II. But, he was pretty infatuated with that stuff.”

Weimer also said that Fields Jr. wanted to go into military service but was rejected on mental health grounds.

“His senior year, he was real gung-ho about joining the Army,” Weimer said. “And he, towards the end of the year, found out that he was denied, and it was because of a history of anti-psychotic mediation that he was prescribed.”




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CNN severed ties with Jeffrey Lord Thursday after the commentator used the words “Sieg Heil!” as a sarcastic response to Media Matters president, Angelo Carusone, during their Twitter. spat.

“Nazi salutes are indefensible,” a CNN spokesperson said in a statement. “Jeffrey Lord is no longer with the network.”

Carusone was responding to Lord’s  column where he referred to Media Matters as “Media Matters Fascists” and “anti-free speech bigots.”


Media Matters — aka Media Matters Fascists, the anti-free speech bigots who, in typical fascist style, make it their mission to shut down speech they don’t like — MMF’s Angelo Carusone has come to my Twitter feed to respond. Respond, that is, to my column nearby in which I shine the light of free speech on MMF’s latest attempt to get Sean Hannity off the air.

Mr. Carusone is not happy.



From Breaking: CNN Fires TV Personality:


In a follow-up to his tweet, Lord said the Nazi slogan was a reference to another American Spectator column he wrote Wednesday, in which he blasted Media Matters for launching an advertising boycott against Fox News host Sean Hannity.

In that article, Lord said he was using the Nazi salute to compare Media Matters to fascism.

“The American Spectator has been unable to confirm reports that the original draft of this Media Matters revision ended with the words: ‘Seig Heil!’” Lord wrote.

“This is America, Angelo. Not Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany or Communist Russia,” Lord added.

Carusone subsequently tweeted Thursday that “CNN does not seem to hold Jeffrey Lord to any kind of standard.”

While Lord repeatedly contended he was “mocking Nazis and Fascists,” CNN cut ties with Lord.

“Why would I delete something that mocks the Fascists at Media Matters Fascists?” Lord asked. 


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A Trump Nazi billboard by snowflake vegan artist and animal activist Karen Fiorito is causing controversy, 12 News reported:

“I think a lot of people are feeling this way and I’m just trying to express what I think is on a lot of people’s minds these days,” the billboard’s artist, Karen Fiorito, said Friday in an interview from her California home.

“Something that really concerned us was this idea of a dictatorship where things were going in a certain direction.”


Hey Fiorito, you know Nazi means National Socialist (Nationalsozialistische). It’s an anti-capitalist totalitarian ideology, the Democrat Party’s ultimate goal.  Hitler declared that “every activity and every need of every individual will be regulated by the collectivity represented by the party” and that “there are no longer any free realms in which the individual belongs to himself.



People had mixed reactions about the Nazi-themed billboard with Swastikas and explosions





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‘I am the most overrated and the most over-decorated and currently, I am the most over-berated actress, who likes football, of my generation’

‘It’s terrifying to put the target on your forehead and it sets you up for all sorts of attacks and armies of brownshirts and bots and worse, and the only way you can do it is if you feel you have to. You have to! You don’t have an option. You have to. You don’t have an option. You have to.’
READ MORE:Emotional Meryl Streep reveals she has been attacked by ‘brownshirts and bots’ since her infamous speech slamming Trump – then insists she will continue to fight against him because the ‘weight of all her honors’ compels her to stand up




Meryl Streep doubles down on Donald Trump criticism





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This sign was posted at Honolulu’s Café 8 ½.


Robert Warner, anti-Trump owner of Café 8 1/2 in Honolulu made bright yellow, handmade sign posted on the restaurant’s front glass door declares: “If you voted for Trump you cannot eat here! No Nazis.”

Let’s see the response he’s getting at Yelp for his intolerant, Donkeycrat, Nazi/Taliban style of discrimination.


Dave S. Dave S. Maggie Valley, NC

This place is a dump.
And now they post an anti-Trump sign in the front window. Calling people who voted for him “Nazis”?
How hypocritical can you be? “Tolerant” liberals disagree with your preference for President and so they categorize all Trump voters as Nazis?
I would never eat at a restaurant with owners this ignorant.


Keith L. Keith L. Marathon, FL

It’s a shame they are not nice to Trump supporters and cry like babies that Billary did not win.  I guess they would rather tell u that if u voted for trump u are a Nazi which I don’t think they have any clue what that means however I guess they can have all the free speech they want but no one else can

I will never go there and there are much better places to go and eat

JP O. JP O. Lansdale, PA


When the owner says in an interview with the news, “if we see someone  with a Trump stuff on WE DON’T PUT SOME THING IN THEIR FOOD”

THAT just says it right there.


Admitting openly that you did NOT voted for Trump gives all of us food-for-thought.
– One can presume that you voted for Hillary, and that you also voted for Obama twice.
– which means that you live in an idiot bubble, not cognizant of how clearly liberal policies have failed all of us (and most certainly the poorest).
– And that you cook without rational logic, serving intolerant and emotionally insecure bellyache food.
True Italians along with our wonderful Italian Immigrants of the United States… are totally ashamed of you.


TJ K.  TJ K.Racine, WI

Have been all over the world and have dined at  some of the finest restaurants on the planet, but I can assure you one thing:

I will not waste my time nor my money to go to your restaurant. You would be best served to focus on food and not on insulting millions who expressed their political choice in the voting booth.



Overrated, overpriced and bad attitude to boot. I will not be back.
The anti-Trump signs in the window do nothing for that place’s charm.



Don’t bother coming to this restaurant. Just an establishment apparently rooted in hatred and intolerance in regard to the national election results. This is the type of attitude you would expect to see during the 50s and 60s during the Civil Rights movement, but apparently the owners of this establishment haven’t matured. If I were able to give the restaurant zero stars for this display of immaturity I would, however, one star will have to do.
Avoid this place and spend you hard earned cash elsewhere.


Michael C. Michael C. Red Bank, NJ

What a bunch of bafoons..I’m proud to say I voted for TRUMP!! I hope you’re establishment sinks like a ship..bad business move


Jerry B. Jerry B. Nipomo, CA

You will never see me there. Typical liberal crybaby sore loser rhetoric. My only regret is I can’t give you zero stars.
You have bitten many hands that feed. May you go down in bankruptcy in 2017.



When a business owner takes it in upon himself to openly call people walking by Nazis; should he retain the benefit of a “cleanup process?”

Should the people who may potentially dine here remain unaware of the motivations of the man in the kitchen? And would they still want to give them their business with that knowledge? After you take away any mention of his discriminatory business statement, his Yelp page will remain as it was. Untarnished. So is it right to censor the reviews of the people who took displeasure at the actions of this dining establishment?

People log on or visit Yelp constantly to read, compliment, and/or voice a dissatisfaction for dining locales. But because this was bad enough to make the news he gets a pass? This man took it upon himself to call people Nazis based on the way they may have voted and went on to state that they -Could Not Eat There- based on that.

That is the very definition of discrimination. Other restaurants have been shut down and sued for the same practices. So should people not be made aware of this man’s intent? If someone is brazen enough to write something like that and plaster it out on the front door of their place of business, who knows what he might even do to the food of those he suspected didn’t vote a way he liked?





Robert Warner