As you might know by now, the rabbit hole goes quite deep.nonhocapito wrote:
One more thought about this: We see this gesture being made a lot these days, by people of all affiliations (in another thread, we see major shill Jason Bermas doing the same salute). And we've seen how it was used by the so called "spring revolution" in north africa or in ukraine -- in other words by the Soros-sponsored revolutions who adopted their own trademark stylized clenched fist logo, as instructed by Soros' "Open Society Institute".
But where the raised fist really comes from? Is it even really a "leftist" salute?
I don't know if any of that is true, considering I am not sure what is the original source for this. But according to the book "Under the Sign of Scorpion" http://archive.org/stream/UnderTheSignO ... 3/mode/2up the raised fist was a sign of the Zionist organization of the "Zealots" to which the Bolsheviks were affiliated.
From http://archive.org/stream/UnderTheSignO ... 9/mode/2up
I guess gestures go around. Very few gestures, very many people...
For instance; the Nazi salute, is in fact, really, the Roman salute.
The Oath of the Horatii (1784), by Jacques-Louis David:
read more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_salute (as always, don't rely too much on wiki, especially when dealing with occulted subjects).
The same goes for the closed-fist salute, it is not a socialist salute, but in fact much older.
Note: As far as I know, this salute must be done with the thumb tucked along the folded fingers (as ABB in the topmost picture).
The same is true for Zionism. The Protocols of the Elders of Sion have been pinned on Jews and Bolsheviks and Jewish Bolsheviks, but is most likely composed by members of the Society of Jesus - more specifically their 'Order of Sion' founded by Fr. "Marie-" Alphonse Ratisbonne, S.J. in the first half of the 1800s. The Protocols appeared in print in the Russian Empire in 1903.
Edit: if you are curious as to who the Bolcheviks might be saluting, I suggest you read http://one-evil.org/people/people_20c_Stalin.htm