Ever have ‘one of those days’? Well, i just had two of them in a row, which happens to be the same number of days that i was a member of Bill Ryan’s Project Avalon Forum before being given the boot :)
The trouble started when i replied to post made by a very pro-Jewish (i was oblivious to this fact at the time) forum moderator regarding The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion. My post prompted a most unusual, nonsensical, accusatory and childish backlash which included a public thrashing, a spiting of the thread to remove my post, and an ominous private message. Through the drama that ensued however, i accidentally discovered a most revealing bit of information regarding the Project Avalon Forum. It was was sent to me as a private message by another moderator.
If you’re up for a little humor, lots of interesting drama, an adventure into the world of “orbs”, and something much more troubling, give my newest article a spin; Exposed: Bill Ryan’s Project Avalon Forum.
In what may one of the most important videos ever uploaded to YouTube, Ursula Haverbeck, and elderly German lady who survived World War II, was interviewed by Panorama on German T.V. regarding her knowledge of the alleged Jewish holocaust. This remarkable woman, intelligent and sharp, is risking imprisonment to free the German people from the shackles which they have bore for nearly 70 years in a country where are serious limitations on free speech.
That this interview was apparently aired on German T.V. may be an indication of a tremendous shift in thinking regarding Germany’s role in the Second World War. It is about time.
For more regarding the holocaust and Germany’s role in World War II, please see my article, Rescuing Israel: The Holocaust.
AutoClipX was updated to version 188.8.131.52. This release fixes a few small bugs and includes updated SQLite DLLs.
See the AutoClipX page for the full change log and download links.
It’s very much a work in progress, but the Firefox Configuration Guide for Privacy Freaks and Performance Buffs article offers some in-depth information regarding various settings and add-ons for the Gecko family of web browsers. While the primary focus is on mitigating threats to your privacy and browser security, it also offers a few tips to improve performance.
A portable version of spelr was released. It is exactly the same as the regular version with the exception that the settings are stored in the program folder and only the 32 bit binaries are packaged. See the spelr page for more information and a download link.