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PostSubject: Snowden gig still got legs...   Mon Feb 23, 2015 10:59 am




Edward Snowden's girlfriend Lindsay Mills joined director Laura Poitras on stage after Citizenfour won the Academy Award for best documentary feature on Sunday night. 
Snowden, a National Security Agency contractor who leaked classified US government documents, congratulated director Poitras for the win later that night. 

Snowden said that, although he had at first been 'extremely reluctant', he was grateful Poitras had persuaded him to be a part of the film.



Edward Snowden pictured with Lindsay Mills during a trip to the theatre in Moscow in 2014




Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2964821/Edward-Snowden-congratulates-Citizenfour-director-Laura-Poitras-film-wins-documentary.html#ixzz3SZnVAPvb


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PostSubject: Re: Snowden gig still got legs...   Tue Feb 24, 2015 2:06 am

Oscars Show is an annual Pulse of the Nation thing, I was wrong to miss it. Did they whine about NK too?
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden gig still got legs...   Tue Feb 24, 2015 4:04 am

Where there are jews, there are not always Oscars, but where there are Oscars, there are always jews.


Most people here already knew Snowden is a crypto, and his story a set-up. But for others out there who had any doubts, hopefully the Oscars just took care of that for you.

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PostSubject: Re: Snowden gig still got legs...   Tue Feb 24, 2015 4:24 am

Nothing can make the Oscars (especially win an Oscar), and be anything other than kosher.

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PostSubject: Re: Snowden gig still got legs...   Wed Feb 25, 2015 2:56 am

FrontierJustice wrote:
Nothing can make the Oscars (especially win an Oscar), and be anything other than kosher.


Lady Gaga did a medley commemorating The Sound of Music 50th anniversary.  Whatta way to crap on German culture, or that is, one of the less objectionable Jewish versions thereof.  Once bought a rare record album of German National Socialist military songs & was surprised to see "Edelweiss" on the track list.  But the original German "Edelweiss" was replaced by a syrupy & completely different Rodgers/Hammerstein version.  Greedy Jews only wanted songs they could copyright & profit from.

Jew Wiki adds to the insult by saying there never was an original German/Austrian "Edelweiss" song:

Misconceptions about the song:
The great popularity of the song has led many of its audience to believe that it is an Austrian folk song


Even worse, the original Broadway Sound of Music starred Theodore Bikel, (the "Fiddler on the Roof") as Captain Von Trapp.  Bikel himself took part in the "Edelweiss" lie:



Theodore Bikel, in his autobiography, Theo (2002), confirms the origins of the song. He adds that, after performances, he was approached by native Austrians who said they were delighted to hear that old folk-tune again.

Haw haw, dumb Whiteys!  Web search results all parrot the Jewish lies about "Edelweiss" song.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden gig still got legs...   Wed Feb 25, 2015 9:11 pm

EyeBelieve wrote:
FrontierJustice wrote:
Nothing can make the Oscars (especially win an Oscar), and be anything other than kosher.

Lady Gaga did a medley commemorating The Sound of Music 50th anniversary.  Whatta way to crap on German culture, or that is, one of the less objectionable Jewish versions thereof.  Once bought a rare record album of German National Socialist military songs & was surprised to see "Edelweiss" on the track list.  But the original German "Edelweiss" was replaced by a syrupy & completely different Rodgers/Hammerstein version.  Greedy Jews only wanted songs they could copyright & profit from.

Jew Wiki adds to the insult by saying there never was an original German/Austrian "Edelweiss" song:   [...]

Web search results all parrot the Jewish lies about "Edelweiss" song.

I enjoyed this page:



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Posted on August 26, 2012

The Edelweiss

It has been 35 years this month since I have been to Germany.  The memories are as fresh as if I just stepped off the plane yesterday.

We traveled to Germany to visit my mother’s family in Frankfurt, Bad Soden and Koblenz, in 1977.  It was there that my Onkle Frantz introduced us to the Edelweiss Flower.  Next to the Rose it was also one of my mother’s favorite flower.

Not much is known about the Edelweiss flower here in the United States.  Most people when the think of Edelweiss, think of the song made famous by “The Sound Of Music”.  But there is a romantic story behind the lovely flower.

“In German, “edel” means noble and “weiss” means white.  The symbolic meanings of the edelweiss flower are daring, courage and noble purity. These meanings are derived from the plant’s ability to grow in harsh mountain climates and from its pure white coloring.”
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Edelweiss is a protected plant in many countries; including Poland, Italy, Serbia, Austria and Germany.  My mother explained the reason the flower is protected is because it is only grown in inaccessible places, in many dangerous alpine regions.  Young men would climb the Alps often in the most dangerous paths to bring some edelweiss to their special girl.  It was a symbol of true love.  For the lucky young women whose handsome man would return with a flower, she would dry and press it and often times frame it to be used as a pendant – to remember the man who had found this flower and presented it to her to show his devotion. Mom said there were many stories about these men who died while climbing the mountains in search of this romantic flower and their abiding love and devotion for their one true love. It was these stories that created the romantic myth of the Edelweiss.

My Onkle had a patch growing outside of his little camper trailer and gave  me and my sister, each an Edelweiss flower.  I still have my dried Edelweiss upstairs in the attic in my treasure box.  We admired the love he felt for Tante Bille that would have him climb the dangerous heights of Austrian Alps to pick the Edelweiss for his one true love.  We were never to tell anyone that he had the flowers, since it was (and probably still is) illegal to have them. [?] But since he is gone now, along with his campsite and most likely the flowers I guess it is safe to tell the story.  Or perhaps there is a bunch of wild beautiful Edelweiss growing at the base of a mountain somewhere in Germany at an old campsite that are still blooming for a love that is forgotten except for the two people whose hearts became one and are now forever united in eternity.

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The Legend of the Edelweiss

The Snow Queen


There is a legend that, once upon a time, a beautiful fairy, the Snow Queen, lived on the highest, most solitary peaks of the Alps. The mountain folk and shepherds climbed to the summits to admire her, and everyone fell head over heels in love with her.

Every man would have given anything, including his life, to marry her. Indeed, their lives are just what they did give, for Fate had decided that no mortal would ever marry the Snow Queen. But in spite of that, many brave souls did their best to approach her, hoping always to persuade her.

Each suitor was allowed to enter the great ice palace with the crystal roof, where the Queen’s throne stood. But the second he declared his love and asked for her hand, thousands of goblins appeared to grasp him and push him over the rocks, down into bottomless abysses.

Without the slightest emotion, the Queen would watch the scene, her heart of ice unable to feel anything at all. The legend of the crystal palace and the beautiful heartless Queen spread as far as the most distant alpine valley, the home of a fearless chamois hunter. Fascinated by the tale, he decided to set out and try his luck. Leaving his valley, he journeyed for days on end, climbing the snow-clad mountain faces, scaling icebound peaks and defying the bitterly cold wind that swept through the alpine gullies.

More than once he felt all was lost, but the thought of the lovely Snow Queen gave him new strength and kept him moving onwards.
At last, after many days climbing, he saw glinting in the sunshine before him, the tall transparent spires of the ice palace.

Summoning all his courage, the young man entered the Throne Room. But he was so struck by the Snow Queen’s beauty that he could not utter a word. Shy and timid, he did not dare speak. So he knelt in admiration before the Queen for hours on end, without opening his mouth. The Queen looked at him silently, thinking all the while that, provided he did not ask her hand in marriage, there was no need to call the goblins.

Then, to her great surprise, she discovered that his behaviour touched her heart. She realised she was becoming quite fond of this hunter, much younger and more handsome than her other suitors. Time passed and the Snow Queen dared not admit, not even to herself, that she would actually like to marry the young man.

In the meantime, the goblins kept watch over their mistress; first they were astonished, then they became more and more upset. For they rightly feared that their Queen might be on the point of breaking the Law and bringing down on the heads of all the Mountain People the fury of Fate.

Seeing that the Queen was slow to give the order to get rid of her suitor, the goblins decided to take matters into their own hands. One night, as dusk fell, they slipped out of the cracks in the rock and clustered round the young chamois hunter. Then they hurled him into the abyss. The Snow Queen watched the whole scene from the window, but there was nothing she could do to stop them. However, her icy heart melted, and the beautiful cruel fairy suddenly became a woman.

A tear dropped from her eye, the first she had ever shed. And the Snow Queen’s tear fell on to a stone where it turned into a little silvery star.

This was the first edelweiss … the flower that grows only on the highest, most inaccessible peaks in the Alps, on the edge of the abyss and precipice (cliff).


https://thoughtsfromanamericanwoman.wordpress.com/2012/08/26/the-edelweiss/

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"MARSCH der GEBIRGSJÄGER" = "ES STEHT EIN KLEINES, KLEINES EDELWEISS" - German Wehrmacht Song


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PostSubject: Re: Snowden gig still got legs...   Wed Feb 25, 2015 10:25 pm

Beautiful.  Jews breath on it and wilt it.

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PostSubject: Re: Snowden gig still got legs...   Wed Feb 25, 2015 10:43 pm

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Beautiful.  Jews breath on it and wilt it.


Yet some things can never be wilted.

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PostSubject: Re: Snowden gig still got legs...   Wed Feb 25, 2015 10:51 pm

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Beautiful.  Jews breath on it and wilt it.


Yet some things can never be wilted.


So long as there is God.

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PostSubject: Re: Snowden gig still got legs...   Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:57 am

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The Edelweiss
This was the first edelweiss … the flower that grows only on the highest, most inaccessible peaks in the Alps, on the edge of the abyss and precipice (cliff).[/b]

Thanks FJ for filling in the details.  There was even an episode or two from The Smurfs quite similar to the Edelweiss/Snow Queen legends.  Even though Smurfs show was produced by Jews it seemed to have stayed pretty much with the Euro style theme, villain even had a hooked nose.  Back when UseNet was still a going concern had thought about posting the German Military Songs album but I suppose now they're available on YouTube.

BTW, once saw the pilot episode of Flipper show & noted that the theme song was orchestrated in ~German style incl Glockenspiel...but the later shows changed the theme song to more std 'American' style.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden gig still got legs...   Thu Feb 26, 2015 1:12 am

BTW, could there be a subtle connection from Edelweiss to Colorado Blue Columbine flower which is also a delicate alpine species protected by law?  IE Cryptos do a mass slaughter at Columbine High School?  

BTW Wiki entry for Columbine HS makes no mention of the Klebold/Harris "Nazi fan' angle which was widely pushed by JMSM in aftermath.  & FWIW the Wiki entry also neglects to explain where (apparently unemployed) Klebold/Harris got the $$ for their extensive gun collection.
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