Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Mr. Bruce Lee: The First Anti Global Governance Chinese Celebrity. Chinese and Judaic Relations? Not A Chinaman's Chance. Part 7

The New York Times wrote that Malcolm X was "an extraordinary and twisted man" who "turn[ed] many true gifts to evil purpose" and that his life was "strangely and pitifully wasted" Wikipedia source

The New York Times obituary on Bruce Lee ran only eight sentences, one of which read "Vincent Canby, the film critic of the New York Times, said that movies like Fists of Fury make 'the worst Italian western look like the most solemn and noble achievements of the early Soviet Cinema.'" excerpt from "The Gladiator Bruce Lee", Time, Joel Stein, June 14, 1999

Bruce Lee "The Lost Interview" 1971 - Be like water my friend - Pierre Berton Show from Maximilian on Vimeo.

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Is it East or the West?
Are you against us or with us?
Human being or goyim gargantuan?

Setting the captives free from the slavery of the Babylonian Talmudic mindset is a battle raged from the time of Jesus Christ, past Eden, all the way up into the rebellion in Heaven.

This same ancient battle, which will triumph over the forces of deceit and malice despite the caricatures of the council of expert Brookonian Institutional testimony that would seem to offer sound reasoning, will conquer the perceptions of authoritarian synagogian ideology or the Red Communistic seedlings planted by the secret cornerstone layings of Moses Hess and his entourage.

Yesterday's Gladiators of Human Liberty, Human Independence and the rights of being a human being is contorted and corralled today. Just look at the post modern "Christian" church with its western media fodder of social justice and humanism and anything the United Nations, The European Union-NATO-Israel Triangle and the Uncle Obama's or Cousin Khazari Javier Solana's are promoting.

The secret global governance assassinations of Bruce Lee 37 years ago this month on the 20th of July 1973 and Malcolm X in...

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