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Personal Favourite Agatha and Tedros Dialogue - Book Three.

“That cat is Satan” Tedros hissed, watching Reaper try to climb out of the toilet bowl and slide back down. “And if you knew me, you’d know I hate cats.”
“No doubt you like dogs - wet-mouthed simple, and now that I think about it, a lot like you.”


Agatha glared at him, Reaper shivering in her arms. Finally Tedros exhaled, looking ashamed. He stripped off his shirt, spread out his arms, and sat on the bed. “Have at it princess.”


Tedors cocked a grin. “That handsome, am I?”
“Even Sophie was more tolerable than you!” Agatha yelled into a pillow. “And she tried to kill me! Twice!


“Look, it’s best if I do it,” Tedros said, walking faster. “You two seem to have serious connection issues.”
“And and you two don’t” Agatha said chasing him.
“All you and Sophie ever do is fight-”
“Because it always involves you!


“Agatha, where are-” He saw her on the staircase and flushed two shades redder. “DO YOU WANT ME TO HAVE A HEART ATTACK! I’M SCREAMING LIKE A FOOL, NOT KNOWING IF YOU’RE ALIVE OR DEAD, AND HERE YOU ARE PLAYING HIDE-AND-SEEK LIKE A CHILD ON A PLAYGROUND, LOOKING LIKE A HOLY BLOODY MESS AND-”
Tedros’ face changed.
“Agatha,” He whispered, looking very scared. “Why are you bleeding?”
Agatha shook her head, tear welling, hyperventilating too fast to talk.

(He’s such a mum, honestly mama Suho vibes.)


Cinderella?” Said Agatha.
“Don’t give me that face,” Cinderella sneered back at her.
“For being Camelot’s supposed future queen, you ain’t much to look at yourself.” Her hawkish green eyes shot her down to Agatha’s clumps, “Bet no one want to see those feet in glass slippers.”
“Hey now! She’s my princess! Tedros jumped in.
“I don’t blame you handsome,” Cinderella smirked, voice smooth as an eel. “Your daddy didn’t have a good taste in girls either.”


“You’re not allowed to take that off,” he whispered.
“Not even a ‘good morning’ before you start bossing me around” said Agatha. “Besides, are you tying to give orders to a queen?”
“Oh, so today you’re a queen,” Tedros said pulling her closer.
“Late bloomer if you haven’t noticed,” said Agatha.
“Well, even so…a king is still a king.”
“Which means that your queen is beneath you?”
“No, only that you should do as you’re told.”
“Or what?” Agatha chortled.


“Lift me up,” she nudged Tedros.
“What?”
“On your shoulders.”
Tedros frowned. “Just because you’re wearing a crown doesn’t mean-”
“Now.”
The prince sighed. “And I thought Sophie was high maintenance.”

“Someone’s whipped.” said Pinocchio.
“Finally as tall as his father.” Cinderella groused.


“Not sixteen until tomorrow boy”, piped the wizard, sizing up the young couple. “Besides in time, you’ll have a little rug rat who needs a tutor too.”

Truth about National Socialism

National Socialism isn’t racist nor hateful nor evil. The National Socialist weren’t the bad guys.


National Socialism is all about protecting your country and people against foreigners and international bankers. The Germans wanted to be left alone and didn’t wanna get involved with anybody else’s crap.


National Socialism protects private property by law.


National Socialism protects Christianity and religious freedom.


National Socialism protects traditional family values.


National Socialism encourages fitness, good health, hygiene, morals, and respect.


National Socialism hates those who abuse the system and tries to destroy the country.


National Socialism protected animal rights.


National Socialism fought against international bankers/Jewish finance: Loan capital-interest slavery.

[see: The Federal Reserve Bank and the Rothschild family]


National Socialism respected women’s rights.


National Socialism was all about common-interest before self-interest. Working together as a community to help the common good of the nation.


National Socialism hated lobbyists, international bankers…etc


The word NAZI was created by a Jew to vilify the Germans.


As soon as Adolf Hitler kicked the international bankers out of Germany, the Jews declared war by boycotting because the Germans were dependent on their exports and so the Jews declared they were going to starve Germany into surrender. The Germans were fed up and so they removed the Jews from business and painted swastikas on store windows. Why would the Germans want to buy from a store owner who was Jewish who was part of the boycott against their country and who was responsible for blaming Germany for WW1 which they didn’t start. The Germans were demonized by the media (which was under Jewish control as well as international finance) and was forced into this harsh treaty that limited their military, caused an economic collapse, starved millions of their people….etc.

The Germans were winning WW1 until the Zionist went to the British war cabinet and told them “you can still win this war if you can get the United States into this war as your Allie and if you do win we, the Zionist will get Palestine” and this deal was written in a form of a letter called “The Balfour Declaration” 1917.


The Zionist backstabbed Germany and plunged their country into ruin for no reason other than the Zionist wanted Palestine.


National Socialism fought back against Zionism and Communism. They fought for survival against the Zionist NWO. The United States should’ve defeated the Soviet Union and Communism NOT Hitler’s Germany. It was a war between Zionism and Christianity.


Sources:

Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story Never Told


Benjamin Freedman’s 1961 Speech


The Program of the NSDAP by Gottfried Feder


The German State on a National and Socialist Foundation by Gottfried Feder


Hitler’s Revolution by Richard Tedor


The Bad War By MS King


Gruesome Harvest by Ralph Franklin Keeling

Tacitus had written, “The peoples of Germania have never contaminated themselves by intermarriage with foreigners but remain of pure blood, distinct and unlike any other nation.” He praised Rome’s ancient adversay for the men’s prowess and courage in battle, the women’s virtue, and strong family values: “Good morality is more effective in Germania than good laws are elsewhere.”

The writings of Tacitus, together with those of other Roman historians, provide accounts of the empire’s unsuccessful bid to conquer Germania. The details are worth summarizing here…

Slowly advancing into German territory, the Romans established commerce, built towns and concluded tribal alliances. Many indigenous inhabitants traded with them or joined their army as auxiliaries. Rome also garrisoned troops, enacted laws and levied taxes. Aware of its military superiority, the Roman Empire was not prone to compromise. Decades earlier in neighboring Gaul, the Celtic princes had offered armed resistance to Roman Rule. The Roman general Julius Caesar mercilessly crushed Gaul, killing or enslaving a third of the population.

Arminius (also known as Hermann), the son of a chieftain in the Cheruskan clan, led several large Germanic tribes in 9 A.D. to fight the Romans. A loosely unified nation of some three million farmers face a seasoned, well-equipped army supported by the resources of an empire encompassing 60 million inhabitants. Arminius appealed to the various tribes to rise against the foreign laws, taxes, garrisons and settlements gradually spreading across their lands. Assailing the summer encampment of the Roman governor Quintilius Varus, presumably at the site of the modern German city of Horn, the Cheruskans and their allies annihilated three Roman legions. A Roman general, Drusus Germanicus, launched punitive expeditions in 15 A.D. and again the following year. He told his army of over 80,000 men, “This war will not be over until the entire German nation is exterminated.” The legions vengefully massacred numerous village populations en route, but were unable to capture Arminius. Early in each of the two campaign seasons, Germanicus withdrew his forces completely after a pitched battle with the Germans, a circumstance discreetly understated by Tacitus.

The Roman emperor Tiberius called off the invasion in 16 A.D. “Heavy losses in combat during 15 and 16 A.D. broke the Roman will to invade and conquer. Stopped in their tracks, the Romans from then on assumed the defensive.” This spared Germany the Latin influence that helped shape the civilizations of Italy, Spain, France, Britain, the Balkans, and the Near East. To 19th Century nationalist, Arminius was the “first German.” He saw beyond the local rivalries that made his people vulnerable to foreign domination. He unified the German tribes in a war of liberation that preserved his country’s independence for centuries. His life became symbolic of national solidarity and resistance to foreign values.

—  Richard Tedor