HITLER AND THE BANKSTERS: THE ABOLITION OF INTEREST-SERVITUDE

 
At the end of November 1918, Adolf Hitler returned to Munich and then proceeded to a military camp in Traunstein in south-eastern Bavaria. When the camp was disbanded in April 1919, he went back to Munich, which was still being ruled by a Soviet republic founded by a Polish Jew Kurt Eisner (real name Salamon Kosmanowsky).
At the beginning of May, a few days after the communist revolution had been terminated on May 1, 1919 by the Bavarian Freikorps, Hitler was summoned as a member of the 2nd Infantry Regiment to attend a course on political instruction. The purpose of this course of lectures was to provide the soldiers with a background of politics, which would enable them to monitor the many revolutionary and political movements present in Munich at that time.

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6 thoughts on “HITLER AND THE BANKSTERS: THE ABOLITION OF INTEREST-SERVITUDE

  1. Michael Krausler

    Before we had SATANIC JEWISH BANKS & USURY…..We still had “Buildings & Roads”….and “Infrastructure”.

    In fact WITHOUT USURY TAXATION…..WE GOT MORE DONE.

    Sure at first we got “even more” done in the short term….but 100 years later…and look where it’s gotten us Israelite Caucasians…??

    rothschild scum taking LAND in lieu of taxes,etc.

    Taking the LAND FROM UNDER OUR FEET.

    As William Finck says, “You have someone in charge of creating money & it’s interest, the final outcome is that someone ends up OWNING EVERYTHING”.

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  2. Reblogged this on Brittius and commented:
    There is a lot of value in the article, as bankers, Soros, corrupt leadership in most nations, are still involved, and if we do not recognize it, for a host of different actions, then we shall be repeating errors, like mice on a treadmill.

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