Where Innocence and Joy Reside

I recognize that Adolph Hitler is taboo to many people. You think you know the story of what happened. I know that’s what I thought. I was born 9 years after the end of World War II. The men in my family fought in that war for the U.S. all in the name of fighting for freedom. They all enlisted after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. They could not do anything else. The females in my family all worked at the USO to support the soldiers. After reading a number of Laura Bruno’s posts recently regarding looking at our shadow sides, not just our own personal shadow but our country, the consciousness of that country, the world and world consciousness. This popped up. I took a deep breath and watched the whole thing. So much of what went on then, is still going on and even more so now. How many of our brothers and sisters, no matter what country
they are giving their lives everyday to protect freedoms that are not in danger. It keeps us from looking at the freedoms that are being eroded away by the enemy within…..our own people. This is where our attention needs to go. I was sharply aware of the similarity and vilification of peoples and leaders, as they don’t follow the status quo and the shadow governments ideas of how the world should work for those select few that are pulling the puppet strings and manipulating us all. By opening our minds to new information, it can set us free to see what is right in front of our own eyes.

To those that have the courage to watch with an open mind, I applaud your independent spirit and seeker of the truth.
After watching this, I am questioning everything.

2012: What's the 'real' truth?

Source: RedIceRadio


Dennis Wise is an independent film maker with a background in entertainment and media. Apart from researching and producing documentaries, today he still produces private videos for clients. Dennis joins us to discuss his 6.5 hour documentary called, Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story Never Told, which has taken the internet by storm.

It has been hailed as, “The single most important media contribution in the last 70-years.”

The controversial 26 part series was made under the constant threat of being banned by YouTube and after 24 episodes, the inevitable did finally happen. However, by that time it had already circulated around the internet with the series being hosted on numerous websites.

What makes the documentary so fascinating is not only the way it single-handedly dismantles the propaganda and myths surrounding Adolf Hitler…

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