Arnold’s Nazi Death Belt


For at least the second time now, Gov. Arnold Schwartzenegger has posed in trendy magazines bearing a Nazi-issue ‘deathshead’ belt buckle.

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Arnold, the son of a high ranking officer in the Austrian Nazi Party, first made waves with the belt-buckle when he posed with Mayor Bloomberg on the cover of TIME (June 21, 2007).Now, Esquire has written a glowing– if not worshipful– piece on the Austrian-born Arnold as governor (transforming into a stately god?) that proclaims him the “president of 12% of us” while he grandstands in various poses with his cigar, the Nazi deathshead belt buckle and also a chair decorated with eagles.

This is anything but the first time propaganda has pushed the image of Arnold as President– not only was a full-bore campaign launched to convince the subjects of the U.S. to “amend for Arnold” circa 2004, but the 2008 GOP debates featured at least two canned questions where candidates were asked to ‘look Arnold in the eye’ and tell whether or not they would change the Constitution to acquiesce to Arnold’s thirst for power (McCain and Huckabee didn’t seem to mind). Even in 1993, the film Demolition Man‘ features a scenario where the Constitution is amended and Schwarzenegger becomes President.


SEE ALSO: Alex Jones’ Martial Law 9/11: Rise of the Police State (Pt. 3) which exposes Arnold’s Nazi ties and much more.
February 21, 2008

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Arnold’s Nazi Death Belt

Arnold’s Nazi Death Belt


Arnold’s Nazi Death Belt Bush Skull and Bones

Arnold’s Nazi Death Belt Bush Skull and Bones

Baby thrown to safety as fire kills nine

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Nine died but this baby was saved after being dropped to waiting firemen from the third floor of the blazing building. Photos: AFP

Turkish Immigrants Baby thrown to safety as fire kills nine Ludwigshafen Germany

This baby survived after being thrown from the third floor of a blazing German apartment building.

But at least nine people, five of them children, died in the fire in the city of Ludwigshafen, police say.

Police found eight bodies in the building, while one woman died in a hospital after the fire yesterday, police spokeswoman Simone Eisenbarth said. Twenty-two people remain in hospital.

“Unfortunately, we cannot exclude further victims,” she said.

Investigators were not able to enter parts of the smouldering building because the structure, much of it made of wood, was in danger of collapsing.

The cause of the fire, which started in the afternoon, was not clear and the victims had not yet been identified, Ms Eisenbarth said.

Police said 24 people – all Turkish citizens – were registered as living in the four-storey building, but more people had been in the house because of carnival celebrations.

Police said the house’s old wooden staircase collapsed after the fire broke out and that, in some cases, residents threw their children to police officers before jumping out of the building themselves.


Detectives believe Sunday’s inferno at the mainly Turkish block in Ludwigshafen, Germany, may have been started deliberately by neo-Nazis.

Turkish Immigrants Baby thrown to safety as fire kills nine Ludwigshafen Germany

Turkish Immigrants Baby thrown to safety as fire kills nine Ludwigshafen Germany