Mike talks about how he got started at a real-history historian author @ 15:00

Adolf Hitler was Deeply Spiritual, by Mike King

Published on May 27, 2017

Part 3 of 3
Mike King of tomatobubble.com continues his talk with Brian Ruhe.
This is a FAIR USE of the thumbnail photo based on an original image by Zac Sawyer from an oil painting by Franz von Stuck. People have asked me why I chose this thumbnail. The thumbnail represents channeling to the higher realm National Socialist devas and it also grabs attention so people will notice this video.

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Hitler was definitely a deeply spiritual man. Mike sees that as the highest moral plane, to be on Hitler’s level. There was something god-like about Hitler because he was a highly sensitive, soft hearted man and he was also as tough as nails when he had to be.

If you check what Hitler said in his speeches you will find that he spoke the truth. He had wisdom, the advanced intellect, highly educated, artistic, with knowledge of philosophy, well versed in the classics, conversant in science and architecture- a Renaissance man.

Hitler had the ability to express complex problems in a way that people could get it. He was comfortable with average people because there was a humility about him. He was very caring of the staff who worked for him.

Hitler was very spiritual and could channel to the higher realms.

Today people can’t connect the dots about how our problems came out of this tragic loss in World War II.

The demographics of the white race is not good as our numbers are dwindling. Russia is a big hope and China is a hope to resist the Jewish supremacists. Regardless of our pessimism or optimism it feels good to do this work and not let our minds be controlled.

In 1999 Mike was in an internet chat group and someone gave him a link to Hitler’s last testement and this is what woke him up to the truth about Hitler and he realized that Hitler was a special human being. He also discovered the truth about the Jewish question and in 2011 he started with Tomato Bubble. Mike questioned himself about why he was persuing writing about Hitler.

Then, Rense.com started publishing Mike’s writings. Mike’s book, ‘The Bad War’ made good money until Amazon shut it down in April 2017. Buy this book! It is simple but not dumbed down.

Subscribe to tomatobubble.com and it also has a large archive. What is special about Mike’s work is that it distills vast knowledge into digestible parts that get to the point because of his advertising/ marketing background.

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Mike King is a private investigative journalist and researcher based in the New York City area. A 1987 graduate of Rutgers University, King’s subsequent 30 year career in Marketing & Advertising has equipped him with a unique perspective when it comes to understanding how “public opinion” is indeed scientifically manufactured. Madison Ave marketing acumen combines with ‘City Boy’ instincts to make M.S. King one of the most tenacious detectors of “things that don’t add up” in the world today. Says King of his admitted quirks, irreverent disdain for “conventional wisdom”, and uncanny ability to ferret out and weave together important data points that others miss: “Had Sherlock Holmes been an actual historical personage, I would have been his reincarnation.” King’s other interests include: the animal kingdom, philosophy, chess, cooking, literature, history (with emphasis on events of the late 19th through the 20th centuries).

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