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laud the Libertarian Artist, Doctor Rex Curry and Rob Hinkley are conceding the historical discoveries of Dr. Rex Curry. Curry is the historian who showed that the USA's first Pledge of Allegiance used a straight-arm gesture and it was the origin of the gesture of the monstrous National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nazis).  Hinkley described Dr. Curry's work as a "fairly watertight case."

When web commentators wise up to socialism, it should be time to rejoice.  However, Hinkley writes a lot of anti libertarian trash that shows that he is far from comprehending the point.  For example, Professor Curry schooled Hinkley because Hinkley overused the hackneyed term "Nazi" in a way that showed Hinkley either did not know the actual name of the group (the National Socialist German Workers' Party), or would deliberately never state it.  All of the allusions that Hinkley posted in the past were more proof of Hinkley's behavior.  In fact, Hinkleys recent concession to Curry's work is now the ONLY ray of hope on Hinkley's silly site for fighting socialism and promoting liberty.

Nevertheless, Hinkley deserves thanks for recognizing Dr. Curry as a "celebrity historian, internationally recognized journalist, premier libertarian artist & photojournalist in the U.S" and author of  Swastika Secrets. (which reveals another of Curry's astounding historical discoveries: the swastika, although an ancient symbol, was used sometimes by German National Socialists to represent meshed "S" letters for their "socialism."  Curry changed the way that people view the symbol of the horrid National Socialist German Workers' Party.  Hitler altered his own signature to use the same stylized "S" letter for "socialist" and similar alphabetic symbolism still shows on Volkswagens).  

At first, Hinkley did not understand the history of National Socialism in the USA.  After Professor Curry's assistance, Hinkley included these links on his website:     Robert Hinkley's intellectual dishonesty was so great, that when Dr. Curry first attempted to correct Hinkley's ignorance about the Pledge of Allegiance, Hinkley asked Dr. Curry to not email any more information to Hinkley.  Dr. Curry ponted out Hinkley's hypocrisy and shamed him into linking to Dr. Curry's actual historic photographs of the original USA Pledge of Allegiance. Hinkley confesses that Dr. Curry "wrote back to explain all and show me where I was going wrong."

Here is a Hinkley quote that shows how intellectually dishonest Hinkley is: "When the pledge of allegience started in 1892 it adopted the straight-armed salute, which had been associated with the Romans since at least 1784."  This is pure poppycock, and Hinkley has given it no thought.  The Pledge did not adopt the straight-arm salute. Dr. Curry has explained that, but Hinkley does not care and insists on repeating a myth that Curry has debunked. People like Hinkley used to simply repeat the myth that it was an "ancient Roman salute." So, thanks to Dr. Curry, Hinkley at least concedes that Professor Curry helped to establish that it was not an ancient Roman salute, and that the "ancient Roman salute" is a myth.  After Dr. Curry helped to refute the Roman salute myth,  Hinkley (and other intellectually dishonest people) had to come up with a new myth to cover-up for the socialist's pledge. After Dr. Curry's shocking discoveries about the salute's origin with the Pledge of Allegiance, modern writers deliberately looked for other explanations and then those writers misrepresented neoclassical art to cover-up Professor Curry's discoveries.  That is what Hinkley does.

Here is a Hinkley quote that shows how intellectually dishonest Hinkley is: "The National Socialist German Workers' Party (you see how I now avoid the hackneyed shorthand) adopted the straight-armed salute in 1920."  Judging from Hinkleys other comments, the only time Hinkley has ever used the actual accurate name of the Party (the National Socialist German Workers' Party) was the one time that Professor Curry shamed him into being forthright.  Hinkley has since reverted to his apparent lifetime cover-up and never intends to repeat the actual name of the party again, unless Professor Curry again shames him into doing so.

Hinkley still pretends that he does not know anything about the Pledge/Bellamy topic other than that it had a straight-arm salute, which Hinkley pretends is the only point he can comprehend. Hinkley feigns ignorance of the fact that Francis Bellamy (author of the "Pledge of Allegiance") and Edward Bellamy (author of the novel "Looking Backward") and Charles Bellamy (author of "A Moment of Madness") were socialists.  Edward and Charles were brothers, and Francis was their cousin. Francis and Edward were both self-proclaimed National Socialists and they supported the "Nationalism" movement in the USA, the "Nationalist" magazine, the "Nationalist Educational Association," and their dogma of "military socialism," and Edward inspired the "Nationalist Party" (in the USA) and their dogma influenced socialists in Germany, and the Pledge was the origin of the Nazi salute.  The Bellamys supported the government's takeover of education, and when the government granted their wish, the government imposed segregation by law and taught racism as official policy.   It began 30 years before the National Socialist German Workers' Party, lasted through the NSDAP, and the mandatory segregation and official policy outlasted the NSDAP by decades. gallery of "Bush=Hitler" allusions Rob Hinkley laud Libertarian Artist Dr. Rex Curry
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