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Right-wing fringe group building multimedia empire near Detroit

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Photo: Salwan Georges, Detroit Free Press


FERNDALE, Mich. — Inside a plain, two-story brick building in Ferndale hums the nerve center for a growing, Catholic fringe group hoping the forces that elected President Donald Trump will tear down the wall between church and state.


Church Militant broadcasts pro-life, anti-gay, anti-feminist, Islam-fearing, human-caused-climate-change-denying orthodox Catholic news on its website churchmiltant.com 

and 

through social media using high-tech, professional production studios that rival those at local TV news stations. It has 35 full-time employees (and is hiring more) who publish about 10 stories and three videos every weekday.


Its leader, Michael Voris, has compared Trump with Constantine, the Roman emperor whom he says was "not a moral man" but a "power-hungry egomaniac," but who saw it desirable to end the persecution of Christians. He was a human vessel who elevated Catholicism to the state religion, Voris said.

For this analogy, it's irrelevant whether the man has been married three times or owns casinos.

"The personal proclivities, the personal sins or life of a particular leader is a separate discussion from how that man's view of the world might influence his policies," Voris said. "And if that policy is favorable to the church, well then, very good."

Panelists Bradley Eli, left, and Michael Voris watch the news to hear President Donald J. Trump Supreme Court Nominee announcement before going on a live TV broadcast show on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, at the Church Militant studios in Ferndale.
 (Photo: Salwan Georges/Detroit Free Press)

Many of Church Militant's headlines are similar to those on Breitbart News, the far-right news organization that White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon previously ran. 

Many of Breitbart's articles are cited on the Church Militant website. But unlike Breitbart, Church Militant is under a Christian, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

It's not affiliated with the Catholic Church, which has taken action to distance itself from Church Militant. And Voris said he doesn't think his organization's political statements are violating what he calls the "stupid" restriction on political campaign intervention for tax exemption from the Internal Revenue Service.


Church and state have long been linked in this country, he said, and the combination of social media and Trump in the White House have altered the notion of mainstream media.

"The entire established order has been thrown up into the air," Voris said. "What we say now has some credence. We're allowed into the discussion."

Among the headlined stories on churchmiltant.com Friday were: "Bombshell: Priest at forefront of pushing birth control in Canada admits gay lifestyle," "Dismantling Obama's legacy," and "72 terrorists come to U.S. from seven banned Muslim-majority countries."


'The right religion'

Church Militant's audience includes more than 180,000 Facebook likes, about 30,000 YouTube subscribers and nearly 12,000 Twitter followers. Voris estimates the operation, including social media and the website, accumulates about 1 million-1.5 million online views per month.

A report the Detroit Free Press ran using SimilarWeb analytics, which don't measure social media traffic, estimates the website had a six-month peak of more than 750,000 visits in October and about 531,000 in December.

The organization's global audience is about 10 times bigger than it was five years ago, and Voris said the nonprofit's revenue is "well past" seven figures — but declined to be specific. 

In 2014, the nonprofit St. Michael's Media that is connected to Church Militant reported total revenue of more than $1.6 million, according to the 990 form it is required by the IRS to submit every year.


Voris said 

the heart of what they do is Catholic theology. 

They operate as a news source with analysis and commentary, the "news is a door into the theology," and premium users receive additional theological content, he said. He also said he thinks Trump's presidency "will even the playing field," allowing for his apostolate's influence to spread.

"The problem with America is America never sat down and had the right discussion about which religion is the right religion," Voris said, adding that Trump is making that discussion possible.

Editors waits to hear President Donald J. Trump Supreme Court Nominee announcement before going on a live TV broadcast show on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, at the Church Militant studios in Ferndale.
 (Photo: Salwan Georges/Detroit Free Press)

Years ago, Voris caused an uproar when he said this in one of his videos: 

"The only way to run a country is by benevolent dictatorship, a Catholic monarch who protects his people from themselves and bestows on them what they need, not necessarily what they want."


The Free Press previously reported that he apologized. But Voris this past Monday said he "didn't apologize for the principle."  

He said Americans have been living in a "secular dictatorship," and solid moral principles are expressed in Catholicism "more perfectly than any other" source.

"When it comes to moral issues, look what Obama threatened: North Carolina said it would not abide by transgender bathrooms," he said, adding that Obama said he'd "pull $30 billion of your funding. How is that not a dictatorship?"

(After North Carolina passed a law regarding gay and transgender rights, President Barack Obama's administration considered withholding federal funding. But USA TODAY reported in May 2016 that the administration decided not to; instead, it pursued a separate enforcement action in federal court. Reuters reported the state stood to lose $4.8 billion, mostly in education grants.)

Mark Weitzman, based in New York for the Simon Wiesenthal Center, a Jewish human rights organization, describes Church Militant as "radical traditionalist Catholics." He said such organizations are a small movement "with some influence and the ability to make a lot of noise."

They espouse beliefs that God's promises to the Jewish people were stripped away and assigned to Christians after the coming of Jesus, resulting in ideas that are theologically — not racially — anti-Semitic, Weitzman said.

Voris said that one doesn't speak "in terms of theology, of being anti-religion," and that "being anti-Semitic is, it's a political term ... that's supposed to shut down conversation."

Voris said he isn't a "secret Nazi white supremacist" or a white nationalist. When the Free Press asked him about Weitzman, Voris said, "I consider him an extreme leftist Marxist, probably bordering on atheist."

Weitzman said that for these groups, religious liberty is a "difficult and disquieting concept" that they'll do what they can to chip away at it, and "even small chips can hurt a lot of people."

"It's worth knowing that these people are out there, because any threat to the democratic system is worth paying attention to," Weitzman said. "But I wouldn't exaggerate their power, either — they haven't succeeded in reclaiming their own (Catholic) Church."


Catholic friction

Church Militant started as Real Catholic TV in 2008, with airings on local television. The Archdiocese of Detroit issued statements indicating the organization was not authorized to promote itself as "Catholic." 


Real Catholic TV is now off the air, and Church Militant is the name of the online effort.

Archdiocese spokesman Ned McGrath sent the Free Press a number of links to blogs and articles depicting the friction between Voris' organization and the Catholic Church. He also sent the transcript from a video of Voris, with text bolded on the parts where he describes Voris' previous sex life.

After a Church Militant subscriber told us that Voris was banned from speaking at Catholic parishes, we asked McGrath about it.

The chapel is seen on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, at the Church Militant headquarters in Ferndale.
 (Photo: Salwan Georges, Detroit Free Press)

"We have a consistent policy in the Archdiocese regarding speakers in church property," McGrath said, adding that presentations must be "in the spirit and the law of church teaching."

"(Voris') ministry, his work is not approved or endorsed by the Archdiocese of Detroit, and that would be why."

McGrath declined to specify which teachings. But spend much time on ChurchMilitant.com, and you'll notice a frequency of articles criticizing the Catholic Church. 

In July 2016, it reported on a Catholic church in Cincinnati hosting a "Black Lives Matter" meeting, then said multiple chapters of the movement — which campaigns against police brutality and systemic racism against black people — have supported "abortion and LGBT 'rights.'"

That story with the headline, "Catholic Church to Host Black Lives Matter," was posted under the category: "Crisis in the Church."

Voris told the Free Press that the Catholic Church has gone in the wrong direction since the Second Vatican Council in the early 1960s, adapting to a more progressive world. 

He said it was "diabolical" for bishops to move child-molesting priests among parishes for years before nationwide sexual child-abuse scandals were exposed.

"These are clear-minded decisions that were made, and they are evil decisions," he said. 

"And they don't like us talking about this stuff."

A Christine Prayer book and prying rosaries are seen inside the Chapel on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, at the Church Militant headquarters in Ferndale.
 (Photo: Salwan Georges/Detroit Free Press)

Voris blamed the Catholic Church last April when he revealed to his followers that he had lived a gay lifestyle while in his 30s. In a broadcast on Christian Militant, Voris told viewers he had always been upfront about his "extremely sinful" life prior to his return to the church, but now was giving specifics because he had been told the Archdiocese of New York was "collecting and preparing to quietly filter out details of my past life with the aim of publicly discrediting me."

"... I will now reveal that for most of my years in my thirties, confused about my own sexuality, I lived a life of live-in relationships with homosexual men. From the outside, I lived the lifestyle and contributed to scandal in addition to the sexual sins. On the inside, I was deeply conflicted about all of it. In a large portion of my twenties, I also had frequent sexual liaisons with both adult men and adult women."


A search of churchmilitant.com reveals dozens of articles about homosexuality, many with scandals involving Catholic priestswhile others tackle it from a moralistic viewpoint, such as "Is Homosexuality an Addiction?"

As for liberalism, Voris makes plain his disdain for liberals in the transcript of a broadcast titled, "Trump and the Church Militant."


"Notice, liberals: 

Evil wishes to dominate the world — that's you guys — and it is necessary to fight against evil — that's us, the Church Militant, Catholics who will no longer tolerate your murderous immorality for the sake of your own so-called liberty that you use to destroy all that is sacred and good."


Voris goes on to say 

that Church Militant will engage in war "against your evil ideologies in politics, colleges, health care, the news media, the courts and entertainment. You bet your sweet evil-mindedness that we are going to battle you to the death."

Voris blames liberals and "evil-minded anti-Catholic culturalists" for looking the other way when it comes to the threat of Islamic extremism and terror.

"Doesn't it seem weird that the very people who decry Catholic Church teaching on the evil of sodomy are the virtual cheerleaders for a religion whose members maraud all over the Islamic world executing homosexuals?" Voris asks in a 2015 video. He warns that the Catholic Church must either "stand or fold" against the "onslaught of Islamic extremism."


'Wrapped around Voris'

Terry Carroll, 71, lives in Bedford, Texas. He's a practicing Catholic who's been following and subscribing to the Church Militant organization since about late 2009. He said that even in the Dallas-area suburb where he lives, supporting Church Militant is taboo.

"If you support Church Militant in most Catholic parishes, that's not the socially acceptable place to be," he said. "So you just don't talk about it."

But like the polls that grossly underestimated Trump's potential to win the 2016 presidential election, there are likely more Church Militant supporters than people may think, Carroll said.

"We just had the best year that we've ever had," he said.

The Church Militant and St. Micheal's Media headquarters is seen on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, in Ferndale.
 (Photo: Salwan Georges/Detroit Free Press)

When he first discovered Voris, Carroll said he thought it might be too good to be true — that there could be some kind of phoniness.

"I kept waiting for a weird stumbling block," he said. "There's so many religious charlatans out there."

But the more he learned, the more his enthusiasm developed. He liked how the content was "sounding aggressively Catholic, because it was sticking to the teachings."

He was paying for a $10-per-month subscription to Church Militant through Paypal, then at some point there was a problem with the payment system. He called Church Militant to resolve the issue, and he said he indicated it was "almost embarrassing" paying as little as he did per month, Carroll said. A short time later, he received a phone call from Voris.

"It was like getting a call from Paul McCartney," Carroll said. "It was like getting a call from a famous person. I was tongue-tied. It was like a teenager talking to somebody he admired."

They arranged for Carroll to increase his payments, and he became a volunteer, helping answer e-mails from viewers. Through the years, his contributions have reached about $300,000, the most anyone has sent, Voris said.

Carroll said the amount was about 20%-30% of what he and his wife, retired IT professionals, had saved for retirement. They gave $200,000 to help Church Militant with a building purchase — and, in a gift separate from the nonprofit, they paid $30,000-$40,000 to help one of Voris' employees with credit card debt. They also sent $10,000 to an Australian woman they'd never met, who frequently commented on the website and needed help.


"If I described it to somebody else, it would sound like a complete scam — but it wasn't. It isn't," Carroll said of the Australian, who'd sent him e-mails as long as 10,000 words. "Michael just opened up a kind of door of generosity within my wife and myself that we didn't know we had."


The 55-year-old Voris is fit,

with brown eyes and thick, brown hair that comes down over his forehead. 

He wears makeup for the video cameras, and his delivery — whether he's talking about the U.S. Supreme Court nomination or human-influenced climate change as a fraudulent tool for population control — is with a calm, affable confidence.

Panelists Bradley Eli, left, and Michael Voris chat before a live TV broadcast recording on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, at the Church Militant studios in Ferndale.
 (Photo: Salwan Georges/Detroit Free Press)

He knows what he's doing: He worked in Detroit television for about 10 years, including WXYZ-TV (Channel 7) and other major stations. He's received four Emmys. Donella Crawford, a retired executive producer at WXYZ who was Voris' boss during the mid- to late-'90s, said he worked on mostly consumer-watchdog stories.

"He got his facts right. He was willing to dig to get the information," said Crawford, who now lives in Palm Coast, Fla. "He had a big personality — he was fun. He got along with everybody that was in our little group."

She said she knew he was "very much into religion," but she didn't think any of his work there involved religion or politics.


Voris said that he left television for General Motors, where he made about $500,000 per year doing commercials and other production work. He said he was living a "very sinful" lifestyle, and his mother had been praying for him for years. 

When she got cancer, he began to return to the faith. After she died, he spoke to her body in the coffin: "I said, 'Mom, I'm a changed man.'"


He dedicated himself to the faith, and what would become Church Militant started within the next two years.

None of the people Voris has hired at Church Militant had a journalism background, he said. But he's trained them to operate everything from the cameras, lights and jib to control boards and editing equipment. Voris estimates they've spent about $400,000-$500,000 on studio equipment.

A collection of photos of past Catholic Popes are hanged on both sides of the stairs seen on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at the Church Militant headquarters in Ferndale, MI.
 (Photo: Salwan Georges, Detroit Free Press)

It all feeds into the website and social media. They've done two live Facebook/YouTube/website feeds for breaking news: 

The first was election night, when they went for 9 1/2 hours straight. 

The second was for Trump's Supreme Court nomination, which drew 4,172 Facebook views and 2,065 YouTube views.

Weitzman said that the Internet has "given Voris the ability to reach an audience that he never had before."

He's frequently at the center of attention.

"Church Militant is really wrapped around Voris himself," Weitzman said. "If you take Voris away, I'm not sure Church Militant would continue at this level."

Voris last Monday returned from a week-long cruise trip fund-raiser: The Church Militant 5th Annual Retreat at Sea. The 150 participants in the sold-out trip paid at least $1,303 to take a cruise with the Church Militant leader.

The week-long package included 12 exclusive conferences with Voris, along with DVD recordings of them, a customized backpack and more. 


He said in a promotional video: 

"We're living in perilous times. You need to be on board. Not only with us on this retreat at sea, but be on board with the faith in all aspects of your life, of our lives.”


A different kind of 'news'

Merriam-Webster defines the term "Church Militant" as "the Christian church on earth regarded as engaged in a constant warfare against its enemies, the powers of evil — distinguished from church triumphant."

The Church Triumphant is known as for those in heaven, and the Church Penitent is for those in purgatory. 


Voris said 

the "Church Militant" theological term is 90% internal: 

"Fighting evil inside yourself," but about 10% of it is realized unitedly: 

"Sometimes you are called on to fight against a more collective sin, like killing children in the womb."

Time magazines are seen inside Church Militant headquarters on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017 in Ferndale.
 (Photo: Salwan Georges/Detroit Free Press)

Bannon used the term "Church Militant" in a 2014 speech to a Vatican conference that Buzzfeed transcribed, saying an aspect of the Church Militant is to "really be able to not just stand with our beliefs, but to fight for our beliefs against this new barbarity that’s starting..."

The White House and Bannon didn't respond to a request for comment on the speech or whether he's familiar with Voris' organization.

Carroll, who no longer volunteers for Church Militant but continues to be a subscriber, said the purpose of Church Militant is "a matter of fighting sin within the culture."

"The active part of Church Militant is that we are attacking the evils within the culture from a Catholic point of view," he said.


Carroll also said he continues to consume mainstream news sources, such as Fox News, CNN and MSNBC. He questions why Church Militant has gotten into covering news stories that don't always have a clear Catholic element. 

For example, Church Militant published stories with headlines such as "California on path to becoming sanctuary state" and "GOP changes rules, confirms Trump nominees without Democrats."


The home page is organized like a more-conventional news site, with categories such as "Latest News," "World News," "Investigations" and "Commentary." 

It's hiring two more news writers/associate producers, with duties including researching and writing news reports, and writing and producing scripts for news packages, according to its website. It's also hiring technical assistants, a promotions producer and editor, and a post-production team member.


Voris said 

the "mainstream media" is now social media, and the traditional news media isn't in touch with reality.

"They missed in their polls," he said. "They certainly have the power and the money, but they don't have the vision. They don't understand why he's president."

Chad Seales is an associate professor at the University of Texas researching the relationship between religion and culture in America. He said he hadn't heard of Church Militant, but he's aware of similar organizations publishing online news.

"This is all new stuff," he said. "Honestly, I think a lot of academics are trying to grasp what's happening."

Editors waits to hear President Donald J. Trump Supreme Court Nominee announcement before going on a live TV broadcast show on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, at the Church Militant studios in Ferndale.
 (Photo: Salwan Georges/Detroit Free Press)

The Internet has made it easier for groups that wouldn't have previously been accepted in the mainstream.

"There will just be more and more of these groups. The question is legitimacy," Seales said. 

"When the government — indirectly, perhaps — legitimizes some of the more fringe groups, it creates a more toxic environment for public discourse."


Stephen Lacy is a journalism professor emeritus at Michigan State University. 

He said in an e-mail that "regulation, technology and failure to enforce antitrust laws" had concentrated the news media into fewer organizations for about the past hundred years.

"What we are seeing now is similar to the way it was in 1910-1920 when cities like Detroit had 50 or more publications that often took political sides," he said.


On the Church Militant website, Hillary Clinton is "Killary," and the Democrats are the "Party of Death."


"I think there's a fight for the soul and the identity of a country, and both sides understand that much more clearly now," 

Voris said. 


"And both sides understand that much more clearly than, I think, any time since the Civil War."

Follow Robert Allen on Twitter @rallenMI 




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Ist der BND ein AMERIKANISCHER Geheimdienst? 17. Februar 2017 — Der Honigmann sagt…

von haunebu7

von Volker Hahn 

Sie haben es schon wieder getan: Getäuscht, getrickst, gelogen – oder einfach nur geschlampt? Der Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) steht mal wieder in der Kritik. Das wäre nicht weiter schlimm, wenn damit nicht die Frage unserer ganz persönlichen Sicherheit und unserer Freiheit verknüpft wäre. Wie die Spione unsere Freiheit untergraben und gleichzeitig beim Schutz […]

über Ist der BND ein AMERIKANISCHER Geheimdienst? 17. Februar 2017 — Der Honigmann sagt...




Eugen Drewermann am 18.2.2017 anlässlich der ‚Sicherheitskonferenz‘ in München

Eugen Drewermann: 

Es gibt nur einen Weg zum Frieden. Das ist mit dem Frieden endlich anzufangen und mit dem Krieg aufzuhören!

Gegen die unmenschlichen Absichten der Kriegstagung (‚Sicherheitskonferenz‘) 2017 in München!


Friedliches Miteinander statt gegenseitige Bedrohung und Krieg!

Schluss mit den Kriegen und Regime-Change-Operationen für mehr Macht und Vormacht, um mehr materiellen Reichtum anzuhäufen, um mehr Kontrolle über Rohstoffe zu erreichen und um Märkte für sich zu ‚öffnen‘!


EINE ANDERE WELT IST MÖGLICH
und dringend nötig.


Wir wollen: 

sozial, nachhaltig, friedlich;-)
DAFÜR lasst uns eintreten!





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CHAIM WEIZMANN und Huter-Schüler AMANDUS KUPFER

Eine Beratung des Staatsgründers und ersten Staatspräsidenten von Israel beim Huter-Schüler und physiognomischen Schriftsteller Amandus Kupfer.

Damaliger Jüdischer Zionisten-Führer Chaim Weizmann besuchte in den 20er Jahren vergangenen 20. Jahrhunderts von einem jüdischen Zionisten-Kongress in Zürich kommend den bedeutsamsten Huter-Schüler Amandus Kupfer in seinem Domizil Schwaig bei Nürnberg.

Es ging damals ausdrücklich um die Frage Gründung eines neuen jüdischen Staates Israel.
Unser Huter-Schüler beschied dieses Ansinnen Chaim Weizmann positiv! Nach tatsächlicher Gründung des Staates Israel wurde Chaim Weizmann dessen erster Präsident.


KONKLUSION

Somit sind wir Huter-Freunde die wahren Freunde von Israel und seinen Menschen!





















Quellen: Denkschrift Käthe Kupfer 1962; 
Der gute Menschenkenner Nr. 1 und Nr. 2, 1932.
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JAHR 1932

Es ist belegbare Wissenschafts-Historische Tatsache, daß Huter-Freunde publizistisch schon im Jahr 1932 damalige deutsche Bevölkerung und somit die Weltöffentlichkeit vor Adolf Hitler gewarnt hatten! Diplomatisch im Ausdruck und dennoch klar in der Aussage! 

DAS BUCH VON 1941
in Gefahr und Not vor der GESTAPO unter Lebensgefahr von Huter-Schüler Amandus Kupfer -sozusagen im Untergrund geschrieben:

DAS FASCHISTISCHE NAZI-VERBRECHERSYSTEM ist anhand seiner FÜHRENDEN OBERSTEN MACHTHABER direkt charakterlich dokumentiert. 

Digital-Wieder-veröffentlicht von Carl-Huter-Zentral-Archiv durch Mensch wolfgangvonbraunschweig auf Hauptseite Carl-Huter-Zentral-Archiv www.chza.de:

Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 13                                
Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 12                                
Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 11                                
Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 10                                
Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 9                                
Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 8                                
Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 7                                
Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 6                                
Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 5                                
Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 4                                
Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 3                                
Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 2                                
Amandus Kupfer: Das Buch von 1941 - Part 1                                

In der Erstausgabe "Der gute Menschenkenner" August 1932 wurde die natürliche Rangordnung auf der Grundlage der Original-Menschenkenntnis von unserem Privatgelehrten Carl Huter aus Norddeutschland den Leserinnen und Lesern vorgestellt.

In Zeitung Nr. 2 September 1932 wurde ADOLF HITLER an Hand seines Bildes, siehe Bild eben nach dieser einzigartigen Menschenkenntnis, insbesondere KRAFTRICHTUNGSORDNUNG, dezidiert dargelegt.



ERGEBNIS 1932: 

NAZI-ADOLF IST ALS OBERSTER POLITISCHER LEITER VON DEUTSCHLAND CHARAKTERLICH NICHT GEEIGNET!!! 

Publiziert im Jahr 1932 bevor Januar 1933 wohlgemerkt!

In der Denkschrift 1962 von der Frau von Amandus Kupfer, Käthe Kupfer, AmKupfer verstarb 1952, beschreibt diese, daß ein psychologischer Kunstgriff getätigt wurde bei der publizierten Beschreibung von ADOLF HITLER in Nr. 2 von 101 Zeitungen. Die direkten Beschreibungen über Cromwell bezogen sich in Wahrheit auf Adolf Hitler, deshalb oben die entsprechende Zusammenführung Text und Bild von ADOLF HITLER zur Verdeutlichung. Im damaligen Wahlkampf der Nazipartei 1932 / 1933 empfahl sich ja ADOLF HITLER seinen Wählern im damaligen Deutschen Reich / DEUTSCHLAND bräuche eine Cromwell Natur, um niederliegendes Deutschland wieder nach vorne zu bringen.




JAHR 1933


Herausgeber und Publizisten, die 1932 / 1933 ADOLF HITLER undiplomatisch und direkt publizistisch angriffen, beispielsweise ein Herausgeber Gerlich in München, "Hat Hitler Mongolenblut", wurden noch im Jahr 1933 der Machtübergabe an ADOLF HITLER im damaligen NAZI-DEUTSCHLAND ermordet!


 
Carl Huter: Heilwissenschaft der Zukunft - Part IV.7
Die psycho-physiologische Naturheilkunde             Bearbeitung: Medical-Manager Wolfgang Timm
Fortsetzung
 
Naturheilbewegung
 
Ein Mann, ein Wort.
 
Die falschen und die wahren Freunde und die eigenen Fehler und Feinde in der Naturheilbewegung, welche der wahren Heilwissenschaft der Zukunft 
 
Carl Huter: Heilwissenschaft der Zukunft - Part IV.6
Die psycho-physiologische Naturheilkunde             Bearbeitung: Medical-Manager Wolfgang Timm
Fortsetzung
 
Wer ist ein Kurpfuscher und wer ein wahrer Arzt?
 
Kurpfuscher ist der, welcher eine Tätigkeit bei Kranken ausübt, über die er sich keine Rechenschaft ablegen kann, bei vorherrschend 
 
Carl Huter: Heilwissenschaft der Zukunft - Part IV.5
Die psycho-physiologische Naturheilkunde             Bearbeitung: Medical-Manager Wolfgang Timm
Fortsetzung
 
Das Ende der Kurierfreiheit.
(Mit Genehmigung des Herrn Reinhold Gerling aus der Zeitschrift „Der Naturarzt“ v. März 1898. Verlag Wilh. Möller, Berlin)
 
Es wirft doch ein scharfes
 
Carl Huter: Heilwissenschaft der Zukunft - Part IV.4
Die psycho-physiologische Naturheilkunde             Bearbeitung: Medical-Manager Wolfgang Timm
Fortsetzung
 
Hutersche Wissenschaft
 
Die Verbreitung meiner Wissenschaft durch mündlichen und brieflichen Unterricht, Vorträge und sonstige Schriften.
 
Angesichts dieser Tatsachen und einzig in
 
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Fortsetzung
 
Über das vermeintliche Können hinaus.
Im Nachstehenden will ich einige Beispiele aus meiner diagnostischen und heilkundigen Praxis anführen, welche bestätigen, dass sowohl die 

 
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Aktivitäten von Huter-Freunden seit 1993 bis heute


Biographie Siegfried Kupfer (1917-1983) - Part 3
Biographie Siegfried Kupfer (1917-1983) - Part 2

Biographie Siegfried Kupfer (1917-1983) - Part 1
Biographie Hermann Bürkler (1901-1965)

Biographie Amandus Kupfer - Part 3
Biografie zum 50. Todestag von Amandus Kupfer. 20. März 2002.
© 2002-2017 Medical-Manager Wolfgang Timm
Biographie Amandus Kupfer - Part 2
Biografie zum 50. Todestag von Amandus Kupfer. 20. März 2002.
© 2002-2017 Medical-Manager Wolfgang Timm

Biographie Amandus Kupfer - Part 1
Biografie zum 50. Todestag von Amandus Kupfer. 20. März 2002.
© 2002-2017 W. Timm

Juni 1941 Letzte Ausgabe von „DgM“ 101 by Amandus Kupfer. Nürnberg.

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Juni 1991 Akademische Publikation zur Selbstverantwortung by Wolfgang Timm. Heidelberg.

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Genau 50 Jahre später, Akademische Publikation, Juni 1991, Fachschrift HÖRGESCHÄDIGTEN PÄDAGOGIK, Heidelberg:


SELBSTVERANTWORTUNG

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Es folgte 1941 auf persönliche Anordnung vom damaligen Reichslügenminister Goebbels die TOTALE VERNICHTUNG ALLER HUTER-WERKE im damaligen Nazi-Deutschland. 




Rettung jedoch über die Schweiz
D Crash Titel
Seit 1937 hetzte Goebbels Propagandablatt "DerAngriff" gegen Amandus Kupfer, 
da die NAZI-MACHTHABER sich vor der natürlichen Lebensoffenbarungslehre vom Nichtakademiker Carl Hurer und seine von Huter-Schüler Amandus Kupfer dezidiert inhaltlich dargelegten und belegten Wahrheiten zunehmend fürchteten! 
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Herausgeber von Der gute Menschenkenner, Amandus Kupfer, 1879-1952, entkam zum Ende des Krieges einem Verhaftungsbefehl mit KZ-Einlieferung, aufgrund von Glück und den damaligen Wirren Frühjahr / Sommer 1945. 
Neuherausgeber Diplom Psychologe Wolfgang Timm, Kreator von Gesamtschau-Digital: Carl Huter’s Original-Menschenkenntnis & Ethische Schönheitslehre.
Es erschienen insgesamt 101 großformatige Zeitungen, 1932 bis 1941.
Abschluss von DgM-Digital aller 101 großformatigen Zeitungsausgaben am 5. Februar 2010. 
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Erster Akademischer Vergleich. 1977
Der gute Menschenkenner Nr. 1-6/1979 25. neuer Jahrgang
Beratung von Huter-Freund Manfred Müller mittelbar mit Herrn Dr. jur. Renner via Johannes Kupfer, München, um ohne Copyrightbeanstandung seine Publikation Das Gesicht als Spiegel der Gesundheit, im Verlag ehrenwirthmed. rechtskonform vertreiben zu können. Hier seine Danksagung an Wolfgang Timm / Carl-Huter-Zentral-Archiv, 2003.












Wolfgang Thomas (Timm) wolfgangvonbraunschweig /Carl-Huter-Zentral-Archiv!


Syrian boy sleeping between his parents / Syrischer Junge schlafend zwischen seinen Eltern!

Vater & Sohn nach 20 Jahren Trennung vereint, 2003.


Quelle DgM Nr. 51. An den großen, charaktervollen, idealen Frauennaturen sind die großen Männer und Völker emporgewachsen, an den charakterlosen, lieblosen, sittenlosen zugrunde gegangen.


DANKE FÜR DIE TREUE MEINER LESERINNEN UND LESER!
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Impressum Carl-Huter-Zentral-Archiv [Stand 2008]
http://helioda.macbay.de/Impressum.html
Geprägte Kindheit auf Sylt 60er Jahre in einem Reetdach-Haus von 1761 - davor  Sohn Jorge aus Madrid, Sommer 2004.

Der Sämling

von bmh

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