Sunday, June 19, 2011

Spingola speaks

Deanna Spingola's official website is here, and here are her archived full interviews and lectures.  She'll get you up to speed on a lot of subjects, and offers an interesting and well presented perspective on many important historical subjects.    





9 comments:

  1. Most interesting.

    - Aangirfan

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi John.

    Did you listen to more of Spingola's broadcast than what's available here? Specifically, I listened to both of these RBN clips hoping to hear her explain why it's a myth, according to her, that Hitler chose to spare England's military at Dunkirk. In the first clip, she mentions it but doesn't explain. In the second clip, there's nothing about it.

    I was planning to mention Dunkirk in my next post. So, did you hear her explanation about Dunkirk? If yes, please tell me.

    ReplyDelete
  3. thanks for this!
    here is a link i just posted at equal party blog for James, re moon hoax-

    eddy

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2304895215368202642#

    ReplyDelete
  4. and this too

    eddy


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3FTfFaVuXw

    ReplyDelete
  5. and this

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMkI-WwBYec

    ReplyDelete
  6. Here is the full lecture Spingola does about Dunkirk:

    http://www.archive.org/details/DeannaSpingola-TheTruthAndLiesAboutTheBattleAtDunkirk

    She goes into detail about how the Germans basically routed the British, French and Belgians. She exposes one of the great myths of British history- the supposed valiant rescue/evacuation operation at Dunkirk. The British basically cut and ran, leaving their supposed allies (France and Belgium) out to dry. Often called "The Miracle of Dunkirk", this fraudulent, manufactured event was used to perpetuate British public support for the war effort, and glorify the British navy and armed forces. She also goes into detail about the fallacy that Hitler let the British off the hook and allowed them to escape, when he could have finished the job right then and there. She goes into a long list of reasons as to why this line of thinking is inaccurate.

    Thanks for the links eddy, I'll check them out right now. That article over at Killtown's blog really hit the nail on the head regarding the 9/11 flights. I'm pretty sure that no, there were no planes that crashed into the WTC.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Thanks very much, John. I'm downloading that big Spingola file now.

    And thanks to eddy. You know, I'm not (yet?) buying that the Moon Landing was a hoax. But I'll have a look at those links, too, because your links on 9/11 "no planes" were so good.

    ReplyDelete
  8. No, no, no, eddy. That "moon hoax" stuff is crap.

    On www.equalpartyusa.org in the comments of the "Bye Bye Bollyn" article, I've answered each link you've provided.

    If there's good evidence, I have yet to see it.

    eddy, when you push the idea that the Moon Landing was a hoax, you're just undermining your seemingly admirable position on 9/11. Is that what you want???

    John, what do you think about the idea of the Moon Landing being a hoax? (If that's a distraction that you don't want here, then I apologize, and I urge readers to return to the subject of Spingola's wealth of claims about WW2 and related matters.)

    ReplyDelete
  9. and this

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKONhVl7Sr8

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for reading! Comments are welcome but are not guaranteed to be published. Please refrain from using curse words and other derogatory language. Published comments do not always reflect the views of this blog.