Created on 07 January 2014 Written by Braveheart
bombing-of-dresdenTwentieth century history has been written largely through an Anglophile lens. This is largely because of the history of two world wars. The German position has never received a minimal, much less fair, presentation. The process began even before the First World War when the German Kaiser forthrightly denounced the British war against the Dutch in South Africa. The Kaiser quite correctly analyzed the conflict as a blatant attempt by the English to dispossess the Dutch so that Jewish financiers like Barney Barnato and Ernst Oppenheimer could grab the gold and diamonds of South Africa. It was precisely the truth of Wilhelm’s charges that caused the English newspapers to sputter in rage. The Germans further offended the English by building a fleet. This utter presumptuousness caused the world plundering English to accuse the Germans of “aggression” (e.g., challenging unchallengeable English supremacy).
By 1914 the stage had already been set. The English cut the transatlantic cable ensuring that only English propaganda would henceforth be heard in America. American newspapers would be flooded with propaganda lies of handless Belgian babies, mass-raped French women, crucified Canadians, human soap factories and innocent English nurses like Edith Cavell executed by the beastly Huns for no conceivable reason. English propaganda and war lies had a field day. The Germans, who had minimal overseas colonies and no control of the oceans were about to “conquer the earth”. So said the British Empire which had already done that very thing. Nonsensical movies like “The Kaiser: Beast of Berlin” appeared in American theaters exposing the demonic German menace. German beer was denounced by Americans and “Kaiser Kultur” was seen as threatening American sobriety. Dachshund and sauerkraut became subversive German words, henceforth to be banned from American use. The hysteria and insanity far exceeded anything Joseph McCarthy ever came up with.
After the war and the subsequent “Red Scare” engendered by the Jewish Bolshevik revolution in Russia, Americans called down somewhat. They realized that they had been badly suckered by English propaganda. There was a huge revulsion against the British Empire and a recalcitrant U.S. Congress both refused to ratify the Treaty of Versailles or to join the League of Nations. In the late 1920’s Herbert Hoover and General Douglas MacArthur developed a comprehensive war plan to both invade Canada and defeat the British in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. America was still smarting from the British deceptions – and was in no mood to forgive or forget.
Then came the Great Depression, the presidencies of Franklin Roosevelt and the rise of Adolf Hitler. America once again made the mistake of entering a European war. The propaganda of the First World War was repeated. It was reinforced at the end by a kangaroo court at Nuremberg and a legend of “six million” exterminated Jews. The myth of the brutal German was sold a second time and reinforced as “fact” by an endless series of Hollywood movies and newsreels. The American army re-won the war dozens of times over thanks to Audie Murphy, John Wayne, Rock Hudson, Lee Marvin and other Hollywood actors. Handless Belgian babies became “gassed” Jews and piles of typhus infected corpses at Bergen-Belsen became incontrovertible proof of a hoax. Joseph Stalin’s impending invasion of Germany in 1941 went down the memory hole and WW2 would henceforth consist of “The Longest Day” at Normandy Beach. “Combat” would confine the struggle to France as Jewish actors Rick Jason and Vic Morrow defeat the Germans time and again. And, of course, the British, who won only an occasional battle the second time around, would endlessly celebrate “The Guns of Navarrone” with celebrated actors David Niven and Anthony Quayle, who surely performed their craft more competently than British soldiers ever performed theirs.
This has been the history of the Second World War ever since 1945. It is a story of derring-do and heroism without parallel – which is all the more remarkable for having nothing whatever to do with the facts. A movie has yet to be made showing Adolf Hitler as the defender of Europe against Jewish Bolshevik tyranny. An English actor would be necessary to portray Hitler as Tom Hanks would never do. A script by David Irving directed by Steven Spielberg would make Der Fuehrer the Thomas Edward Lawrence of the eastern front.