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Jihad

[#678]

  • Flyer

    [Note: 'Ear plug advice'? Is that to save the listener from the horrible music? I love the description: 'feel the grudge from inside machine of the death'!]


    Elizabeth Bathory

    [#679]

  • Comics

    [Note: Everyone's favorite countess is at it again. These would make nice Christmas presents for children.]

    [Below: What does this have to do with the Countess? I guess we'll have to read it... or just watch Hellraiser. Remember that skinless guy?]

    [Below: Man, what a smug, shit-eating grin!]

    [Below: ...and more of the same.]

    [Below: Bathory Tales?]

    [Below: Countess Bathory - why the hell does she have, what I assume to be, bat bites all over her body!?]

    [Below: Elisabeth = Bathor - what the hell? Did they forget the 'y'?]

    [Below: Congratulations, you now have Aids!]

    [Below: I like how everything has to spell her name different, this one uses an 'i' instead of a 'y' and even mentions Caligula and Dracula for good measure.]

    [Below: Mcfarlane toys even released a Bathory figure. So now kids can fight over who gets to play with Countess Bathory! I can image it now...

    "I want to play with Countess Bathory! NO!!! You get Spongebob, I get the BLOOD COUNTESS!!! MOOOOOOOOM!!!"]

    [Below: Bathory Countess of Blood, 2008]

    [Below: Bathory, a 2008 international co-production between Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, and the United Kingdom.]

    [Below: A different poster of the above film]

    [Below: Blood Story - another Bathory film, 2015]

    [Below: A straight-forward 'Countess Bathory' from 2008]

    [Below: Bloody Beautiful - some sort of gay theater]

    [Below: Another Elizabeth Bathory play]

    [Below: The Blood Countess novel, 1995]

    [Below: The Amulet of Elisabeth Bathory, a 2011 book of short stories]

    ...it goes on and on... but we'll stop here... for now!


    The Privateer

    [#680]

  • Flyer

    [Note: Some sort of pirate metal? Now we've seen it all...]


    Dunkelheit Produktionen

    [#681]

  • Flyer

    [Note: The first barcode I've ever seen on a flyer... surely this must be a sign that the antichrist has risen!]

    [Below: What the hell does a 'wall of fog' sound like?]


    Reality Impaired Recordings

    [#682]

  • Flyer

    [Note: 'RETARD CORE'?! HAHAHAHA...]


    ...uhh...

    [#683]

  • Stickers

    [Note: What the...? Maybe I've been listening to too much Retard Core, because I'm lost on these ones...]


    Holdarr

    [#684]

  • Flyer

    [Note: That is a WW2 era M1 American helmet...
    The fact is America invaded Europe during WW2 and killed an untold number of Europeans.
    American bombs destroyed countless cities older than anything in the United States by centuries.
    America murdered over a million German P.O.W.s after the war and starved the population of Germany.
    All to protect the tyrant's money interests and to keep the people enslaved to capitalism/communism. Don't believe it? Check out the quotes below.
    Don't believe their lies. Think for yourself!]

    'We painted Hitler as a monster, a devil. And that's why we could not move away from that portrayal after the war. We had mobilized the masses against the devil incarnate. And so we were forced to continue in this satanic scenario after the war. We could not possibly have explained to our people that the war had actually been only a preventative economic measure.' -James Addison Baker, Secretary of State of the United States, as quoted in the German magazine Der Spiegel, issue 13, 1992.

  • 'Germany is becoming too strong. We must crush her...' -British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965), speaking to American General Robert E. Wood, in November 1936.

  • 'Germany's unforgivable crime before the second world war was her attempt to extricate her economic power from the world's trading system and to create her own exchange mechanism which would deny world finance its opportunity to profit.' -British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965), speaking to Lord Robert Boothby.

  • 'What thrust us into war were not Hitler's political teachings: the cause, this time, was his successful attempt to establish a new economy. The causes of the war were: envy, greed, and fear.' -British General and Historian John Frederick Charles Fuller (1878-1966)

  • 'You must understand that this war is not against Hitler or National Socialism, but against the strength of the German people, which is to be smashed once and for all, regardless of whether it is in the hands of Hitler or a Jesuit priest.' -British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (1874-1965), from the book by Emrys Hughes, 'Winston Churchill - His Career in War and Peace.'


    Diana Resting

    [#685]

  • Painting

    [Note: Very cool. Below are some other paintings by French artist Jules Joseph Lefebvre (March 1, 1834 February 24, 1912), plus some additional material.]

    [Above: The man himself, Jules Joseph Lefebvre.]

    [Above & below: Diana (1879). I'm unsure why these two paintings are different???]

    [Above: An old postcard version]

    [Above: Another old postcard of Diana]

    [Above: Diana Surprised (1879) by Jules Joseph Lefebvre.]

    [Above: La Cigarra (1872) by Jules Joseph Lefebvre. Click on image for larger view!]

    [Above: Pandora (1882) by Jules Joseph Lefebvre. Click on image for larger view!]

    [Above: Ophelia by (1890) by Jules Joseph Lefebvre.]

    [Above: Nymph with Morning Glory Flowers (undated) by Jules Joseph Lefebvre.]

    [Above: Diana the Huntress, on the prowl.]

    [Above: The Awakening of Psyche by Seignac Guillaume.]

    [Above: Selene by Jules Louis Machard.]

    [Above: Tarot of Delphi by John William Godward.]


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