Every expert and economist agrees: bringing millions of random people from Mexico and Central America to the United States causes trillions of dollars to start raining down from the sky! But the government of El Salvador doesn’t seem to believe. The lengths they are willing to go through just to prevent their own citizens from coming home is hilarious. El Salvadore's foreign minister is now in Qatar begging the oil sheiks to take the 200,000 who lost their TPS status and are marked for deportation off his hands.
Grand Anti-Masonic Exhibition (Serbian: Antimasonska izložba) was the name of an antisemitic exhibition that was opened in Belgrade, in National Socialist-occupied Serbia, on October 22, 1941. This exhibition was part of a propaganda campaign by the Germans to "unmask the Jewish freemason and communist conspiracy that is behind all the society's ills". The exhibition was financed by the German occupiers, and as part of the exhibition a number of commemorative stamps were issued in 1942. The exhibition was supposedly visited by some 80,000 people.
- (Serbian) Milan Koljanin Anti-Semitic stereotypes and propaganda in Serbia from 1941 to 1945, Istorija 20. veka, 2003, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 83-118
- Visualizing Otherness II. Belgrade's Anti-Masonic exhibition of 1941-42, Centre for Holocaust and Genocide studies, University of Minnesota
- Henry Schwab (1992). The echoes that remain. Cardinal Spellman Philatelic Museum. p. 4.
- Hate stamps Article on the hate stamps published in commemoration of the Anti-Freemason exhibition