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Henry Ford

Posted on 22 May, 2013 at 16:52 Comments comments (33)
When looking for information on Henry Ford  google his name and the title of his book book The International Jew.  I have done alot of research on Henry.  I am surprised to find out that only a handful of people know he was Hitlers good friend.  His book sends shivers  down my spine.  Did he really believe jews drank the blood of babies?  That  info comes from the protocols of Zion a hoax created in 1902 in Russia.  How could a genius have such an evil side.  Why do we not know of the great damage he had created with his propaganda.

Myra Roberts artist and witness for those who can no longer speak.

Posted on 22 May, 2013 at 16:45 Comments comments (19)
I just received a diary written by a young  woman who  survived auchwitcz.  Mary is the mother of my high school friend. Here is an excerptI just read.  In the concentration camps 10 to 15 thousand people would go to the gas chambers every 24 hours.Many prisoners were beaten to death, hung or shot.  This is what my friends mother witnessed daily.  I will continue being a witness for Mary since she has departed this earth.  My next intense study will be Henry Ford and the  book he wrote titled the international Jew the Worlds Biggest Problem.  The title tells it all. It is still the number one best seller in the middle east.  Propaganda was the fuel that lit the fire.

Rasmussen College

Posted on 31 January, 2012 at 18:32 Comments comments (78)
Had a wonderful presentation at Rasmussen College near the Forum. Ella and Myra spoke before two classes, a sociology class as well as an art history class. Both presentations went very well and were well received.

Opening Night

Posted on 27 January, 2012 at 16:08 Comments comments (68)
Wednesday, January 25th was the opening night of the Project Tolerance: The Faces of Anne Frank exhibit at the Naples Holocaust Museum. It was a smashing success. Both Myra and Ella did a wonderful presentation in front of the crowd of approximately eighty people.

My Dream

Posted on 11 November, 2011 at 16:57 Comments comments (18)
I want the words to take flight through my paintings. I dream of a world, as Anne did, where we see our oneness, our connection to a better world.