THE EINSTEIN MONSTER Deconstructing the Fairy Tale of St. Albert the Genius

[Taken from Rudolf’s blog. You see, the jews can sell us almost everything… from saviours to geniuses…]

Excerpts from a essay:

When we do a Google image search for the word “genius”, the first thing, and I do mean, thing, we see is the wretched mug of (((Albert Einstein))). Plug in the word “scientist”, and again, St. Albert is the first face to populate. You can scroll and scroll way down those pages and not even find a hint of folks like Tesla, von Braun, Shockley, and other great names. Why is that? Was St. Albert really such a “genius”? Or is this a case of the press pumping-up a fellow tribesman? Let’s have a look.


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Einstein was a serial, psychopathic plagiarist. Einstein’s plagiarism has been conclusively proven beyond doubt. (here) Indeed, Einstein’s “Theory of Relativity” as well as his famous equation (E=Mc2), were actually published before Einstein claimed credit for them.


Einstein’s “discoveries”, stolen as they were, are still disputed to this day. Einstein himself expressed some doubts about his “theories”. Though it is beyond the scope of this author to evaluate theories of physics, the fact that a minority of physicists continue to passionately insist that Einstein’s ideas are false, is very intriguing. We wonder, for every one outspoken critic of Einstein, how many more scientists hold the very same doubts but are too intimidated to express them. Of even greater interest is the fact that the scientific doubters are often childishly ridiculed, but never openly debated. Hmmm…

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18 comentarios en “THE EINSTEIN MONSTER Deconstructing the Fairy Tale of St. Albert the Genius”

  1. Yes it is, very very long. I found myself skipping some chunks of it but I got the message. You have the book? It was too expensive on Amazon for me so I downloaded the PDF file.

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    1. You know, I can’t remember from where I downloaded it, but I have it. The video you posted is excellent to understand things more than quite a bit. Einstein stole his teories from more famous scientists… and from his wife. I’m stuck with the last secs of the video: “Jews do not have geniuses of their own”… That’s why, in the last century, they propped their make-believe geniuses. So to make us believe they are smart, or somehow, superior to us.

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  2. “Beyond the scope of arguing the principles of physics”. I am with you there, I failed years ago to even prove what I had spent years trying to disprove ( yes, dichotomy comes to mind) then one day I realized that insanity can not be proven..only observed. Okay..I am content with that..not happy..not merry..just content. Example: throw a red rag into a pitch black room. It is no longer red..oookaaay!
    Throw it into a tar pit, cone back in a million segments of time ( your choice) and see what you idea … Shine a light in that room and see what color returns time after time. :))
    Was the theories of Physics, E=Mc2 , debatable?ooonly in public schools and Lion’sgate tarriffs.:))

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    1. It starts to get a bit suspicious when they teach these theories to KIDS (in normal primary schools)… I mean, most kids can’t understand those teories, let alone try to prove them. It’s strange that you learn about this theory almost entirely with rote memorization… something doesn’t seem right.

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