Saturday, July 19, 2014

Dr. Rex Curry's work debunks Stephen H. Norwood, Ernst Hanfstaengel ("Putzi") & Adolf Hitler

Stop the Pledge of Allegiance
The Nazi salute came from the USA's early Pledge of Allegiance which began with a military salute that was then extended outward to point at the flag (see the discoveries of the symbologist Dr. Rex Curry, author of “Pledge of Allegiance Secrets”). Dr. Curry debunked the myth that it was an ancient Roman salute, and showed that the myth came from the Pledge of Allegiance. Only part of the story is in an “alternative” explanation that Adolf Hitler acquired the gesture from Ernst "Putzi" Hanfstaengel, the German national socialist press chief, a Harvard graduate and apparent US citizen, who had “copied it from Harvard football cheerleaders.”
The missing part of the story is that Harvard football cheerleaders copied it from the USA's pledge of Allegiance. It also shows how the Nazi salute was gaining expanded use in the USA beyond its use in the Pledge of Allegiance (similar to the spread of the gesture in Germany later).

Dr. Rex Curry's work is supported by the book "The Third Reich in the Ivory Tower: Complicity and Conflict on American Campuses" by Stephen H. Norwood (Cambridge University Press). However, Norwood's book displays ignorance of the early stiff-armed salute for the Pledge of Allegiance. The book is supposed to be a chilling chronicle that many Americans showed enthusiasm for the National Socialist German Workers Party. The chill would have been bigger if Norwood had known about and discussed America's Nazi salute and its origins in earlier American national socialism. An improved sequel to Norwood's book could be titled "The Third Reich in education: Complicity and Conflict on American schoolyards from 1892 in children daily from the age of six onward".
According to Norwood the "stiff-armed Nazi salute and Sieg Heil chant" was "modeled on a gesture and a shout" that Hanfstaengl had used as a Harvard football cheerleader (Norwood cites Karl Dietrich Bracher, German Dictatorship, 117; Peter Conradi, Hitler's Piano Player: The Rise and Fall of Ernst Hanfstaengl, Confidant of Hitler, Ally of FDR (New York, 2004), 45, 63). Here is a funny point about Norwood (and other authors) and Hanfstaengl: It is possible that both were ignorant of the Nazi gesture's origin in the USA's Pledge of Allegiance (written in 1892). Putzi did not grow up in the USA, so when he encountered the gesture later at Harvard, he might not have realized it came from robotic chanting daily in government schools for about two decades prior in the USA. Norwood, on the other hand, is young enough that if he was educated in government schools (socialist schools) in the USA, then he would be ignorant about the pledge, and Norwood is similar to others who write about the Nazi salute (other than Dr. Rex Curry), in that Norwood failed in his research to discover that the gesture was part of daily robotic chanting in government schools in the USA for about three decades prior to German national socialism. 

Edward Bellamy and Francis Bellamy were American national socialists and they influenced German national socialists, their rituals, dogma and symbols (e.g. the use of the swastika as crossed S-letters for socialism). Norwood (and all the other authors) seem to be ignorant about that too (and about the role of Ernst Hanfstaengl).

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Daniel Ruth, Elaine Silvestrini, and Tampa Newspapers


The first true news source to announce the layoff of Daniel Ruth, other layoffs and the deteriorating format of the Tampa Tribune newspaper was The paper, part of the merged Tribune/WFLA-Ch. 8/, has already gone through several rounds of job reductions.

An Executive Editor at the newspaper communicated with urgency: “... I’m worried that if we don’t change how we think about this further it won’t matter what falls through the cracks because we’ll have no readers.”

Partial blame for the Tribune's decline goes to two writers: Daniel Ruth and Elaine Silvestrini. The mess follows mere weeks after "Daniel Ruth LaRouche" and "Elaine Silvestrini Mussolini" were exposed in public debate challenges. That coincides with the time when the newspaper said to the kook: "Uh, Daniel Ruth? Start packing your bags!"

Silvestrini and Ruth are part of a widespread problem at all newspapers: ignorant writing and hate-mongering. Earlier Layoffs at the Tribune followed shortly after a previous defeat of Ruth by Dr. Rex Curry (See any internet search for "Tampa Tribune lays off").

After Ruth's previous loss the response against the crack-pot from the general public was so great that Ruth said he was labeled a "Dork, anti-free market statist, $#%!&, Dummkopf, liberal, daffy, dolt, stupid, dunce and, oh by the way, socialist."

On another occasion, Ruth admitted publicly that locals have labeled him "bigot, prejudiced, hateful and ignorant" among many other similar insults.

That was near the time Daniel Ruth's show on 970 WFLA was cancelled. Uh, Daniel Ruth? Start Packing Your Bags !!

Daniel Ruth: is he Lyndon LaRouche? Or worse?

Is Daniel "LaRouche La Ruth" the person known as Lyndon LaRouche? See the

Has anyone ever seen those two together? Has the mystery of Ruth's hybrid toupee / combover question been solved?  (Ruth once told a critic that Ruth would let the critic find out if Ruth has a hybrid toupee/combover if the critic paid Ruth $5000 -Ruth knew that if the price was high then the critic would pass on Ruth's toupee/combover

See the startling photographic evidence at

Ruth writes flippantly about torture. LaRouche La Ruth's insane clown posse
act is like something out of "Apocalypse Now" meets "A Clockwork Orange."

Good grief, Lyndon LaRouche was not as delusional as Ruth is.

Ruth publicly apologized to Dr. Curry for Ruth's errors.

Elaine Silvestrini also acknowledged publicly her error regarding Dr. Curry (although she did not apologize, of course).

The acknowledgement of errors by Ruth and Silvestrini were too late, as the Tribune continued its tailspin down the toilet.

Silvestrini and Ruth are news repeaters. The term "repeaters" and "reporters" is synonymous, although "repeaters" explains more about radio, TV, and print-news people (such as Silvestrini and Ruth): they repeat claptrap that is spouted by government and government officials. They repeat it as if it is serious, rational and important. That is what happens to "news" media in a police state.  They repeat the national socialist dogma of their newspapers ("national socialist" is what you-know-who called himself, and it is necessary to point that out in case the newspapers’ readers (both of them) read this because that fact is covered-up in the rags (as if the rags are trying to rehabilitate the dogma)).  

Silvestrini and Ruth repeat propaganda as if it were the pledge of allegiance that they were taught to repeat in government schools (socialist schools).

Newspapers are collapsing under the internet and under Dr. Curry's internet work (taking top spots on the web for exposing Silvestrini, Ruth and their newspapers). Silvestrini and Ruth are learning (the hard way) why newspapers are losing under the web. A Google search for Elaine Silvestrini shows that top spots are the page (and others) exposing her. A Google image search for Elaine Silvestrini shows similar results. Similar results show in searches for Daniel Ruth. Videos expose them in the top spots in searches on for Elaine Silvestrini, Daniel Ruth, and their newspapers. For years, has been a top spot in a Google search for Daniel Ruth, after Ruth's previous humiliating defeat, and that explains why Daniel the near-sighted loopy leperchaun [sic] remains bitter, thin-skinned and sour.

That is why Dr. Rex Curry makes important discoveries that enlighten the world forever, while Elaine Silvestrini and Daniel Ruth overlook important discoveries (that they could have made) during lives of name-calling, hate-mongering and bad writing.

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Pearl Jam music video "Jeremy" shows early American Nazi salute for Pledge of Allegiance

Pearl Jam has a music video of the song "Jeremy" in which the "gutsy" producer of the video flashed for a split second a classroom full of children doing the early American stiff-armed salute (the Nazi salute) to flag during the Pledge of Allegiance. The pic is at 3:30 in the video linked below. Pay close attention cause it flashes by.
The video is an example of how paranoid people in the USA are about ever discussing the truth about the pledge of allegiance and its putrid past.
The pledge was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior (see the discoveries of the historian Dr. Rex Curry). The early pledge began with a military salute that was then extended outward to point at the flag (thus the stiff-arm gesture came from the pledge and from the military salute). It was not an ancient Roman salute (that is a debunked myth). The pledge was written in 1892 for kindergartners to be forced to recite under the flag at government schools (socialist schools). The pledge was written by an American socialist who influenced other socialists worldwide, including German socialists, who used the gesture under their flag's notorious symbol (their symbol was used to represent crossed "S" letters for their "socialist" dogma -another of Dr. Curry's discoveries). The pledge continues to be the origin of similar behavior even though the gesture was changed to hide the pledge's putrid past. The pledge is central to the US's police state and its continued growth. No one should stand for nor chant the pledge.  

Sunday, April 20, 2014

When Swastikas on Uniforms Meant Luck By RICHARD SANDOMIR APRIL 19, 2014 debunked

Please help to correct the New York Times article When Swastikas on Uniforms Meant Luck
By RICHARD SANDOMIR (April 19, 2014) that references the Baseball Researcher blog article at

The NYT (and the Baseball Researcher Blog) perpetuates the lie that the Germans called themselves "Nazis," that they called their symbol a "swastika," and that the symbol "traveled" to Germany from India (there is no evidence of that). The Germans called themselves "National Socialists" and they called their symbol a "Hakenkreuz," which means "hooked cross" because their symbol was a type of cross.

It was also not a swastika in that they used it to represent crossed "S" letters for their dogma -"socialism"- as alphabetical symbolism (see the book about the work of the symbologist Dr. Rex Curry) by turning it 45 degrees from the horizontal and always pointing it in the "S" letter direction. That is another reason why the baseball cap symbol in the photo at the Baseball Researcher Blog has a distinctly different meaning from the "socialist" alphabetical meaning from Germany.

Germans did not "hijack" the symbol. The hijacking of the symbol was done by people who did not want to disparage the Christian cross, so they began deliberately mis-identifying the German socialist symbol as a "swastika." That continues to this day.


If the swastikas are remarkable, then baseball researchers and other readers might enjoy finding photos of this: At that time, the Pledge of Allegiance used the pledge's early stiff-armed salute. Did players and spectators start the games with the National Anthem (as they do now)? Or even the pledge itself? If so, there might be photos of the players and the crowds performing the early pledge stiff-armed salute, as the players and spectators often do today at sporting events (but with the modern hand-over-the-heart that replaced the straight-arm salute). The Pledge Of Allegiance was the origin of the salute adopted later by German National Socialists (again see the work of Dr. Rex Curry). There are even examples of the early pledge salute being used outside of the pledge, so there might be examples of the gesture used as a "cheer" or as a physical exclamation/salute by excited fans.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Benito Mussolini did NOT say: "Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of State and corporate power." That is a fake quote re: 22 Sectoral Corporations myth

Benito Mussolini did NOT say: "Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of State and corporate power." That is a fake quote (See the work of the veteran historian Dr. Rex Curry). 

There is no reference to this quote in a reliable source.

Some people point to Giovanni Gentile (in "La Dottrina del Fascismo") as the person who made the statement. But if you go to the article at
and a full translation in 
you find the article "La Dottrina del Fascismo" written by Giovanni Gentile, and published under Mussolini's name in the Encyclopedia Italiana, and the only reference to corporatism is in section VIII, and NOT in the words of the quote.

There is no original source in Italian that refers to the quotation.

Instead there is one source in Italian, that translates an American source

Mussolini never said the statement in the quotation, and anyone who has any understanding of what he DID say would know that he would not say that because it does not describe what he WAS saying otherwise. It does not even make sense that there would be a SINGLE quote like that from Mussolini if what it purports to state was what he thought. Thus more proof it is a fake quote.

The socialist Mussolini & his 22 sectoral corporations & his Ministry of Corporations, the Address to the National Corporative Council - 

Discover how hard it is to find anywhere on the web a list of Mussolini’s 22 corporations. 

The socialist Mussolini touted the Ministry of Corporations that organized the Italian economy into 22 sectoral corporations. "Address to the National Corporative Council (14 November 1933) and Senate Speech on the Bill Establishing the Corporations (abridged; 13 January 1934)". 

They were not “corporations” as discussed by socialists in the USA. Socialists deliberately lie about what the socialist Mussolini was saying. 

Mussolini didn't mean the power of big companies, rather the power of a large number of individuals working collectively. That's what he meant by “corporativismo.” 

See the work of Dr. Rex Curry.

FASCIST MEANT "Band of National Combat" under the socialist Mussolini: the well-known and long-time socialist Benito Mussolini began to mimic American socialists in their use of the stiff-arm salute, robotic chanting to flags, the use of the fasces as a symbol of government, and the glorification of ancient Rome (or myths about Rome). In 1921, Mussolini (who acquired his title "il duce" -leader- when he was known only as a socialist, long before his new f-word for socialist factions) created a new sub-group called "Fasci di combattimento" (also known as the "Fascio nazionale di combattimento." 

The term "fascio" was the Italian word for workers' groups, peasant organizations, labor unions and the other socialist groups where Mussolini had developed a large following. It meant "band," or people banding together, and referred to his socialist band of combat. It is similar to the word "faction" in that Mussolini's group was another of many socialist-inspired factions. Socialism is always faction against faction.

On December 11, 1914, Mussolini started a political group, Fasci d'azione rivoluzionaria, (band of revolutionary action) which was a fusion of two other movements: the above group, Fasci d'azione rivoluzionaria
internazionalista and a previous group he started called the Fasci autonomi d'azione rivoluzionaria.

He eventually decided to declare support for the war by appealing to the need for socialists to overthrow the Hohenzollern and Habsburg monarchies in Germany and Austria-Hungary whom he claimed had consistently repressed socialism. He further justified his position by denouncing the Central Powers for being reactionary powers; for pursuing imperialist designs against Belgium and Serbia as well as historically against Denmark, France, and against Italians, since hundreds of thousands of Italians were under Habsburg rule. He claimed that the fall of Hohenzollern and Habsburg monarchies and the repression of "reactionary" Turkey would create conditions beneficial for the working class. While he was supportive of the Entente powers, Mussolini responded to the conservative nature of Tsarist Russia by claiming that the mobilization required for the war would undermine Russia's reactionary authoritarianism and the war would bring Russia to social revolution. He claimed that for Italy the war would complete the process of Risorgimento by uniting the Italians in Austria-Hungary into Italy and by allowing the common people of Italy to be participating members of the Italian nation in what would be Italy's first national war.

The socialist Mussolini & his 22 sectoral corporations & his Ministry of Corporations, the Address to the National Corporative Council -

Discover how hard it is to find anywhere on the web a list of Mussolini's 22 "corporations."

The socialist Mussolini touted the Ministry of Corporations that organized the Italian economy into 22 sectoral corporations. "Address to the National Corporative Council (14 November 1933) and Senate Speech on the Bill Establishing the Corporations (abridged; 13 January 1934)."

They were not "corporations" as discussed by socialists in the USA. Socialists deliberately lie about what the socialist Mussolini was saying.

Mussolini didn't mean the power of big companies, rather the power of a large number of individuals working collectively. That's what he meant by "corporativismo."

See the work of Dr. Rex Curry.

Subject: Fajita is related to Fascia & Fascist: Fajita is related to the words "Fascia" and for the same reason "Fascist" or "Fascism" and for the same reason "plantar fasciitis" in the sense of "band" (probably referring to the "strips" of meat).

22 Sectoral Corporations under socialist Mussolini

22 sectoral corporations under the socialist Mussolini are now available thanks to the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry.
Rex Curry archives are linked at this blog
Is this the only place on the internet that exposes the so-called "22 corporations"?

On July 2, 1926, the Ministry of Corporations was established and soon thereafter the National Council of Corporations. The wacky Italian socialists also created the Istituto per la Ricostruzione Industriale (IRI), in yet another ominous parallel to the USA's socialist Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR). It was not until February
5, 1934 that the 22 "corporations" were defined:

1. Grains
2. Vegetable, Flower and Fruit Cultivation
3. Wine and Oil Cultivation
4. Livestock and Fish
5. Wood
6. Textiles
7. Clothing
8. Metalworking
9. Machinery
10. Chemicals
11. Liquid Combustibles and Fossil Fuels
12. Paper and Publishing
13. Building Construction
14. Water, Gas and Electricity
15. Mining Industries
16. Glass and Ceramics
17. Internal Communications
18. Sea and Air
19. Entertainment
20. Hostelries
21. Professions and Arts
22. Social Care and Credit

Monday, November 5, 2012

Antidisestablishmentarianism must end !



Pledge of Allegiance image

"Antidisestablishmentarianism" is a handy word to denounce government growth. The word has an obscure historic origin (referring to the disestablisment of the Irish Church), although its more general statist sentiment is clear and makes it fun for any discussion of politics and liberty.

Everyone, especially every anti-establishment type, should resurrect the long word. For example, libertarians often exclaim -

Fight antidisestablishmentarianism !

Other enjoyable options are "Stop antidisestablishmentarianism!"  or "Oppose antidisestablishmentarianism!" or “The government is full of socialists and their antidisestablismentarianism makes me retch.”  Similar quips are infinite to denounce the USA's growing police state and the worship of government by the ritualistic cult of the omnipotent state. and see the Youtube video

The dictionary definition of "Antidisestablishmentarianism" is: opposition to the disestablishment of a church or religious body; specifically, strong opposition to the disestablishment of a State Church, as was manifested in Ireland in 1869, when Gladstone disestablished the Irish Church (Protestant) to which all the people, including Roman Catholics, had been compelled to pay tithes.

With 28 letters, "Antidisestablishmentarianism" is usually the longest word in common large dictionaries.

Searches of the web and newsgroups reveal that the web site RexCurry.Net is the only site that results from a search for "fight antidisestablishmentarianism" and "stop antidisestablishmentarianism" and almost for "oppose antidisestablishmentarianism."

For more articles on etymology see