Distant Cosmic Body Renamed over Jewish-Liberal Outrage

The object, originally dubbed “Ultima Thule,” was renamed to “Arrokoth” due to the connection between the word “Thule” and the National Socialists.

The object formerly known as Ultima Thule has two claims to fame. For one, it became the most distant object in the solar system to be visited by a spacecraft on January 1st, 2019, when the New Horizons space probe sailed past it. It’s also well known for being named after a mythological forgotten civilization.

Jewish-Liberal backlash over the “Nazi connection” resulted in NASA recently changing the object’s name to Arrokoth, which means “sky” in the North American redskin Powhatan language.

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I voted like the 98% at Metro News (I took the screen shot).

Hitler’s Vegetable Garden Discovered at his Secret Headquarters

A garden that once provided Adolf Hitler with fresh vegetables has been discovered at his famous Wolf’s Lair headquarters.

Hitler spent much of his time in the final years of the war at the Wolf’s Lair, which is located in what is now Poland. The top-secret, heavily guarded bunker complex was used by the Germans until January 1945, when it was abandoned and partly destroyed ahead of advancing Soviet forces.

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Sober up! “Blitzkrieg on Speed”…

Just another anti-German myth.

There are many old myths about World War 2 and particularly the Wehrmacht. Yet, in recent years a few new ones were added to the “game”. One of them is the claim that the Wehrmacht was mostly on speed / Pervitin. Here Dr. Roman Töppel and I talk about some claims and particularly look at some numbers, because doing some maths actually shows how out of proportion some claims actually are.

Military History not Visualized

“Nazis on Drugs” – Wehrmacht & Meth – Wunderwaffe?

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