- One of the great mysteries of life is that despite the
evidence to the contrary millions of otherwise intelligent people still
believe that Germany was the all powerful aggressor during the 2nd World
War. Nothing better than these myths illustrate the mind-bending power
- The provable facts suggest that Germany was the victim
and not the perpetrator of naked neighboring aggression. The subsequent
allied military triumph was followed by the triumph of the propagandists
whose pressing need was to depict the victor nations as being the victim.
- THE BRUTISH EMPIRE
- "Germany is too strong. We must destroy her."
- - Winston Churchill, Nov. 1936.
- "In no country has the historical blackout been
more intense and effective than in Great Britain. Here it has been ingeniously
christened The Iron Curtain of Discreet Silence. Virtually nothing has
been written to reveal the truth about British responsibility for the Second
World War and its disastrous results." - Harry Elmer Barnes.
- "The war was not just a matter of the elimination
of Fascism in Germany, but rather of obtaining German sales markets." -
Winston Churchill. March, 1946.
- "Britain was taking advantage of the situation to
go to war against Germany because the Reich had become too strong and had
upset the European balance." - Ralph F. Keeling, Institute of
- "I emphasized that the defeat of Germany and Japan
and their elimination from world trade would give Britain a tremendous
opportunity to swell her foreign commerce in both volume and profit." -
Samuel Untermeyer, The Public Years, p.347.
- On September 2nd 1939 a delegate of the Labour Party
met with the British Foreign Minister Halifax in the lobby of Parliament. 'Do
you still have hope?'he asked. 'If you mean hope for war,' answered
Halifax, 'then your hope will be fulfilled tomorrow. 'God be thanked!' replied
the representative of the British Labour Party. - Professor Michael Freund.
- "In Britain, Lord Halifax was reported as being
'redeemed'. He ordered beer. We laughed and joked." - H. Roth.
Are We Being Lied To?
- "In April, 1939, (four months before the outbreak
of war) Ambassador William C. Bullitt, whom I had known for twenty years,
called me to the American Embassy in Paris. The American Ambassador told
me that war had been decided upon. He did not say, nor did I ask, by whom.
He let me infer it. ... When I said that in the end Germany would be driven
into the arms of Soviet Russia and Bolshevism, the Ambassador replied:
"'what of it? There will not be enough Germans left when the war is
over to be worth bolshevising." - - Karl von Wiegand, April,
23rd, 1944, Chicago Herald American
- "I felt sorry for the German people. We were planning
- and we had the force to carry out our plans - to obliterate a once mighty
nation." - Admiral Daniel Leahy; U.S Ambassador
- MYTH 1. THE GERMAN NATION IS AN AGGRESSIVE NATION
- The facts prove otherwise. A Study of War by
Prof. Quincy Wright, shows that in the period from 1480 to 1940 there were
278 wars involving European countries whose percentage participation was
- GERMANY (INCLUDING PRUSSIA)8%
- Likewise, Pitirim Sorokin, Vol.111, Part.11, Social
and Cultural Dynamics, shows that from the 12th Century to 1925 the
percentage of years in which leading European powers have been at war is
as follows. (p.352).
- COUNTRY PERCENTAGE OF YEARS AT WAR
- Sorokin concludes therefore, "that Germany has had
the smallest and Spain the largest percent of years at war." Of leading
modern European states, England, France and Russia show clearly twice the
aggressive tendencies of Germany.
- From the years 1815 to 1907 the record stands as follows:
- BRITAIN10 warsRUSSIA7 warsFRANCE5 warsAUSTRIA3 warsPRUSSIA-GERMANY3
- GERMANY DID NOT WANT WAR
- "I believe now that Hitler and the German people
did not want war. But we declared war on Germany, intent on destroying
it, in accordance with our principle of balance of power, and we were encouraged
by the 'Americans' around Roosevelt. We ignored Hitler's pleadings not
to enter into war. Now we are forced to realize that Hitler was right." -
Attorney General, Sir. Hartley Shawcross, March,16th, 1984
- "The last thing Hitler wanted was to produce another
great war." - Sir. Basil Liddell Hart
- "I see no reason why this war must go on. I am grieved
to think of the sacrifices which it will claim. I would like to avert them." -
Adolf Hitler, July, 1940.
- Winston Churchill agrees: "We entered the war
of our own free will, without ourselves being directly assaulted." -
Guild Hall Speech, July 1943.
- MYTH.2 THE GERMAN ARMED FORCES
- OUTNUMBERED THEIR NEIGHBOURS
- 30 Active Divisions
- 10 Reserve Divisions
- 12 Large Cavalry Brigades
- Poland had nearly 2,500,000 trained men available for
- 110 Divisions
- 65 were active divisions
- Including 5 cavalry divisions, two mechanised divisions,
one armoured division, the rest being infantry. On the German borders stood
the French commandstood 85 Divisions and could mobilise 5,000,000-armed troops.
These were supported backed by five British divisions.
- Britain's relatively small but high quality Regular Army
was supported by the Territorial Army consisting of 26 Divisions with plans
well in hand to boost this to 55 divisions. This of course was in turn
supported by the then world's largest conscription army holding an empire
'upon which the sun never set.'
- The British Empire consisted also of the former German
'empire' of New Guinea, Nauru, Western Samoa, South West Africa, Quattar,
Palestine, Transjordan, Tanganyika, Iraq, Togoland and the Cameroons. These
territories stolen from Germany added another 1,061,755 square miles to
the British Empire, the equivalent of 35 Scotlands
- Against these formidable forces Germany was able to mobilise
just ninety-eight divisions of which only fifty-two were active (including Austrian divisions).
Of the remaining 46 divisions only 10 were fit for action on mobilisation
and even in these the bulk of them were raw recruits who had been
serving for less than one month.
- The other 36 divisions consisted mainly of Great War
veterans over the age of forty who were unfamiliar with modern weapons
and up to date military techniques.
- THE BALANCE SHEET
- On the balance sheets it can be seen that the Poles and
French alone, not counting Britain and its Empire, had the equivalent of
130 divisions against a total of 98 German divisions of with 1/3rd were
virtually untrained men.
- In terms of trained soldiers the Germans were at an even
bigger disadvantage. (Note at the outbreak of war over 50% of the
German armed forces was horse drawn).
- WAR IN THE AIR
- "The superiority of the Luftwaffe has been greatly
exaggerated to create the impression that Britain was the underdog; a David
fighting Goliath. In the run up to the Battle of Britain (August 10th 194)
the Luftwaffe had 929 fighters available; mostly single-engine Messerschmitt
109s. Of these 227 were twin-engine long-range Me110s which had a top speed
of 350mph. Although it had a faster rate of climb it was inferior when
turning or manoeuvring.
- The ME109's range restricted its field of operation.
Their real fields of operation out and back was a little over
100 miles, a flight time of barely 95 minutes and a tactical flight time
of just 75 minutes. This was a sever handicap when it is considered that
whereas the Luftwaffe pilots were operating scores of miles from their
base, British pilots were often within sight of their own. This handicap
was made more critical by the fact that downed RAF pilots could be rescued
whilst Luftwaffe pilots were of course if they were lucky imprisoned.
- The twin-engine ME110 was a slow flyer able to cruise
at a little less than 300mph and was easily outpaced by the RAF's Spitfires.
It was also 'sluggish in acceleration and difficult to manoeuvre.'
- The greatest handicap for the Germans however was there
primitive radio equipment. Unlike the British versions it was poor in air-to-air
operation and could not be controlled by the ground.
- On the British side a total surpassing 650 fighter aircraft
had been amassed by mid-July, mostly Hurricanes and Spitfires although
including nearly 100 of the older types. During that whole year Britain
produced 4,238 fighters compared with a derisory 3,000 manufactured by
- In terms of armaments the noted British military historian,
B.H Liddell Hart noted: "What is quite clear, and became evident at
the start, was that the German bombers were too poorly armed to be able
to beat off the British fighters without a fighter escort of their own."
History of the Second World War.
- GERMANY AND OTHER FREE COUNTRIES ATTACKED
- Poland carried out the first acts of aggression. In March
1939 Poland, already occupying German territory 'acquired' in 1919 invaded
Czechoslovakia. During the months running up to the outbreak of war Polish
armed forces repeatedly violated German borders. On August 31st 1939
Polish irregular armed forces launched a full scale attack on the German
border town of Gleiwitz.
- Within hours Germany retaliated resulting in Britain
and France's declarations of war on the German nation on 3rd Sept 1939.
In Britain's case this declaration of war was constitutionally illegal.
It was not as it should have been ratified by parliament.
- Despite her borders being constantly attacked by the
numerically superior armies of France and England, and economically strangled
by world finance, Germany refused to be drawn, negotiated for peace and
turned the other cheek for ten months.
- Only when it accurately learned that England intended
to broaden the western front by occupying the Low Countries and Norway,
thus surrounding and threatening Germany's entire borders, did Germany
carry out a pre-emptive strike.
- Germany's defensive counter attack was launched on 10th
May 1940. This resulted in the rout of 330,000 British and French troops
by a significantly smaller army. It was one of the worst debacles in military
history. (The British press called it 'a miracle).
- Russia invaded Finland on Nov 30th 1939. Britain (not
for the first time) and France invaded Norway's neutrality on 8th April
1940. To avoid attack via the Baltic Sea Germany counter-attacked.
In the small battles that followed (Trondheim) 2,000 German troops routed
13,000 British troops. They were evacuated on 1st May. To save
face Churchill disembarked 20,000 British troops at Narvik. They were driven
out by 2,000 Austrian Alpine troops.
- Canada declared war on Germany 10th Sept 1939. In
June 1940 Soviet Russia invaded Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Rumania.
In June 1940, Britain declared war on Finland, Rumania and Hungary whilst
also occupying defenseless Iceland. All of these acts of aggression in
gross violation of international law and previously signed treaties.
- On May 10th 1940 in brazen defiance of international
law Britain occupied Iceland. Icelanders regarded the British armed forces
as an occupying force.
- On 7th Dec 1941 a British backed coup overthrew the Yugoslav
government. On 27th March 1941 British troops enter Greece. On 6th April
1941 Germany retaliated and Britain retreated again. In June 1940 Britain
prepares to invade neutral Portugal.
- The United States, supposedly neutral, consistently attacks
German shipping and arrests or otherwise kidnaps German citizens,
even those living in South American countries. In August 1941. Germany
- In 1940 alone Britain, supposedly standing alone and
at bay, added 1.6 MILLION SQUARE MILES TO ITS WORLD EMPIRE occupying
Italian and French colonies; Syria, Iraq and Persia. Britain's foremost
military historian, A.J.P. Taylor conceded: "There can be no
doubt that he (Hitler) broadened the war in 1941 only on preventive
- Footnote on casualties: In terms of casualties the United
Kingdom came in at number nine. Russia came first (official figures at
13.6 million, Germany 3.5, China 1.3, Japan 1.3, Romania 350,000, United
States 252,000, Italy 279,000, UK 264,000, France 213,000, Hungary 200,000,
Poland 123,000, Greece 88,000, Finland 82,000, Canada 37,000, India 24,000,
Australia 23,000, Belgium 12,000, Czechoslovakia 10,000, Bulgaria 10,000,
New Zealand 10,000 (another country threatened by Germany no doubt!), Netherlands
8,000, South Africa 6,000, Norway 3,000, Denmark 1,800, Brazil 943.
- A FINAL EPITAPH FROM ONE OF ENGLAND'S FINEST POETS:
- A curse for England, false and base,
- Where nothing can prosper but disgrace,
- Where crushed is each flower's tender form,
- And decay and corruption feed the worm ...
- ... Sounds familiar?
- Michael Rivero
- The "Clash of civilizations" is not about religion,
but about banking. How Hitler rebuilt Germany's economy was simple. He
abandoned the fractional reserve banking system that was crippling post-WW1
Germany and instituted a currency with a fixed unit of value. Oddly enough,
it was a financial system not very different from that of the United States
prior to 1913. This allowed Germany to rebuild quickly, but was of course
a direct threat to the bankers who had grown rich and powerful with legalized
counterfeiting. This is the reason that "war" (actually a boycott;
see attached) was "declared" against Germany. The bankers feared
that people everywhere would see the immediate advantages of a non- reserve
monetary system and force a change in their own countries. Germany, specifically
the German economy, had to be wrecked in order to preserve the fractional
reserve banking system everywhere else.
- Oddly enough, when Putin came to power in Russia, he
did pretty much the same thing; kicking out the oligarchs and restructuring
Russia's economic system, and the end result is that Russia has paid off
all her debts early (while the USA, still enslaved to the Federal Reserve,
sinks deep into debt every single day), and not surprisingly, enmity against
Russia by nations under the control of reserve banking systems and bankers
is on the increase.
- The same "war of money" underlies the push
for Islamophobia. It's not really about religion but about the conflict
between compounded interest versus loan-plus-fixed-fee financing.
- Michael Rivero
- What Really Happened
- What all of you don't understand is: Hitler did not want
- He wanted peace. The Third Reich needed peace to rebuild
Germany after what the Jews, who had the upper hand in the Weimar Republic,
had done to Germany.
- If Hitler had wanted a war, then he would not have offered
to withdraw and pay damages to Poland after The Reich defeated Poland.
- Had Hitler wanted a war he would have destroyed the British
Expeditionary Army at Dunkirk. He said "NO!" when General Heinz
Guderian wanted to attack the British at Dunkirk.
- It is high time we stop believing in the Jewish lies
told about WWII and start understanding the truth. Hitler did not want
- Who wanted war? Zionist Jews of the world.
- Randulf Johan Hansen
- Hess on a secret mission landed in Britain to end the
war with the West that Hitler did not want. Churchill concealed the nature
of his mission because Churchill was taking order from Jews (Baruch and
Morganthau as well as the merchant banking houses of The City) wanted the
extermination of Germans and the threat of the usury-free Nationalist Populist
- From: Dick Eastman
- With the advantage of retrospect and the exposure of
what really happened, I am sorry Hitler and Japan did not get a negotiated
settlement (rather than a defeat) out of World War Two.
- He could have done so easily. Instead of bombing London
he could have bombed the mansions of the British aristocracy on their great
estates, bombed them to rubble. The British elite did not care about the
insufferable lower-class nobodies dying in the London Blitz. They would
care about losing the family castle. And the strategy would have saved
the Luftwaffe as well. The British always knew the German planes were headed
straight to London and so had all of their anti-aircraft guns, barrage
baloons and searchlights and RAF Spitfires there to intercept them. If
they went after the gentry where they lived they would have had all Britain
in which to select their targets. The RAF could not be everywhere at once.
Before you know it the House of Lords would have renegged on their backing
of Churchill (Baruch's pet bulldog) and his insistance upon unconditional
surrender and would have settled for a negotiated peace that would have
saved Europe from half-conquest by (Jewish) communism. Remember that when
we are fighting the elites. Our enemy is not the stupid and depraved soldiers
they send after us -- our enemy is the Money Power elite themselves.
- Munich Betrayal And Its Contemporary Lessons
- Between 1932 and 1942, the USA used about 12 per cent
of her gross income on military equipment. That was far above what Germany
used and what Japan used. I call such high part of gross national income
for propping up a country making it ready for war.
- Dr. Gunther Kümel
- Today it occurs to me to break with the habit to ignore
your "arguments" that sound like a propaganda trumpet.
- However, in this contribution you are contradicting yourself
to such an absurd degree that it is hard not to write a satire about it.
- You have a point with mentioning General Thomas who indeed
ardently insisted in preparation for a long war, total war, huge armaments,
full use of the authoritarian power the German parliament had conceded
to Hitler, economic mobilisation in the broadest sense, "full wartime
mobilization of the economy". And as he did not get his way, tried
to kill his chancellor.
- And Hitler? He instructed Keitel, that he did not want
war, refused to give the orders Thomas demanded. He relied on negotiations
since he had the impression to deal with statesmen not insane enough to
rebut a fair compromise. Have you ever read the proposals Hitler offered
to Poland? No? Perhaps you should do that, it might change your fixed
ideas about the evil Hitler and the poor Poles. If any chancellor or even
politician in the "republic of Weimar" (that had been
reigned in an authoritarian way without concessions of the parliament)
had offered such a far reaching compromise, he would have lost his position
within two hours. What Hitler offered to Poland can only be compared with
the sacrifices of this Willy Brandt to Poland and Russia and Jugoslavia
and the Cek, only that Hitler acted in favour of Germany and Willy Brandt
as a servant of Allied interests (you remember he was officer of an enemy
state). Hitler suggested the reunification of Danzig with the
motherland and Danzig was a free state, not property of
- The (German) inhabitants of Danzig wanted fervently
this reunification (as the inhabitants of Austria, Sudetenland or South
Tirol). Poland should retain certain economic privileges she
had been granted by the "peace makers" (war mongers) ofVersailles. Germany would
not demand the very important industrial area of Upper Silesia (German
inhabitated), West Prussia (to a high degree German inhabitated).
And Hitler offered a peace pact for 25 years and a guaranty for the frontiers
of Poland, which was more or less the promise to defend Poland against
a revision by Stalin with respect to "East Poland" recently conquered
by Poland and inhabitated mostly by Ukrainians. What Hitler wanted
to be honoured with was not more than a highway and a railway line through
the "Corridor" (German inhabitated), that separated part of Germany (East
Prussia) from the main land. Really, Hitler could not demand less!
- Hitler's fatal mistake was that he trusted the fairness
of the British, that he did not fully recognize the threat of the "background
powers". And that he tried to reach just aims by way of negotiations.
General Thomas was not so naïve, and he was not so pacifistic as Hitler
who allowed the British divisions to escape at Dunkirk, just for the
purpose not to hurt the British sensitivity. General Thomas was aware of
the firm determination of the influential circles in the world (eg the
high finance) to destroy the German nation, and therefore he insisted in
preparation for a long war of annihilation against the Reich.
- Dr. Gunther Kümel.