On June 22, 1941, the greatest military undertaking in world history began. On that awesome day, the liberating forces of the Third Reich fired the first salvo against the communist world conspiracy and its base of operations in occupied Soviet Russia. The strike was a preemptive attack against Joseph Stalin’s gargantuan Red Army which was amassed on the border and preparing to invade and subjugate all of mainland Europe.
Though ultimately unsuccessful, this epic military strike, known as Operation Barbarossa, was, to date, the world’s worthiest attempt at ridding mankind of the communist cancer. Today, I pay tribute to the Third Reich’s armed forces – the most multicultural and international fighting force ever assembled – that invaded the Satanic Soviet Union and attempted to liberate Europe.
Before I get started, and before you jump to too many wrong conclusions about how I’m a “conspiracy theorist” or a “Nazi sympathizer,” I want to share some of the relevant sources I’ve gleaned information from over the years and which I recommend to you:
- Icebreaker: Who Started the Second World War? by Viktor Suvorov
- Chief Culprit: Stalin’s Grand Design to Start World War II by Viktor Suvorov
- Stalin’s War of Extermination by Joachim Hoffmann
- 1939 – The War that Had Man Fathers by Gerd Schultze-Rhonhof
- The Myth of German Villainy by Benton L. Bradberry
- The Artist Within the Warlord: An Adolf Hitler You’ve Never Known edited by Carolyn Yeager and Wilhelm Kriessman
- Hitler’s Revolution: Ideology, Social Programs, Foreign Affairs by Richard Tedor
- Mein Side of the Story: Key World War II Addresses of Adolf Hitler edited by M.S. King
- The Bad War: The Truth Never Taught about World War 2 by M.S. King
- The Eastern Front: Memoirs of a Waffen SS Volunteer, 1941-1945 by Leon Degrelle
- The Ruling Elite: Death, Destruction, and Domination by Deanna Spingola
- Witness to History series by Mike Walsh
- The Origins of The Second World War by A.J.P. Taylor
- Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947 by Thomas Goodrich
- Churchill, Hitler, and the Unnecessary War: How Britain Lost Its Empire and the West Lost the World by Pat Buchanan
- The Holy Reich: Nazi Conceptions of Christianity, 1919-1945 by Richard Steigmann-Gall
- The Nameless War by Captain Ramsay
- Hitler: Democrat by Leon Degrelle
- Who started World War II? Truth for a War-Torn World by Udo Walendy
- How Britain Initiated Both World Wars by Nick Kollerstrom
- Stalin’s War: A New History of World War II by Sean McMeekin
- Communism in Germany: The Truth About the Communist Conspiracy on the Eve of the National Revolution by Adolf Ehrt
- What the World Rejected: Hitler’s Peace Offers 1933-1940 by Friedrich Stieve
- Institute for Historical Review – ihr.org
- Society for Dissemination of Historical Fact – sdh-fact.com
- The Barnes Review – barnesreview.org
- The Impartial Truth – impartialtruth.com
- “Hitler’s War: What the Historians Neglect to Mention” – Documentary
- “The Greatest Story Never Told” – thegreateststorynevertold.tv
Many other sources could be listed, but you get the point: I haven’t just pulled my ideas out of thin air. They are grounded in fact, are backed up by tangible evidence, or are logical deductions from my perspective as one who has done deep study on world conspiracy, who has lived in Russia, and who has intensely examined both sides of World War II for some twenty-five years. If you are concerned with something I have written, send me a message and I’ll show you where to find the pertinent information.
Now, on to the main event. On June 22nd, eighty-one years ago, Europe was imperiled by the Soviet Union. On September 3, 1939, because of Germany’s attack on Poland incited by Poland’s slaughter and abuse of thousands of ethnic Germans on “Polish” territory stolen in the Versailles Treaty, Britain and France had declared war on Germany and French forces had marched into and occupied a small section of German territory. In 1940, Hitler retaliated. As all of this was happening, Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin was licking his chops in the Kremlin and building up his army for a surprise attack on Europe’s backside.
Stalin invaded Poland in mid-September, 1939. He next invaded Finland in late 1939. He took over the Baltics in 1940 and marched into Bessarabia and Bukovina the same year. Communist agents fomented revolutions and coups throughout the Balkans, used moles (Harry Hopkins, Harry Dexter White, Alger Hiss, et al.) to manipulate FDR and maneuver the United States into war with Japan and, thus, Germany, and generally added fuel to the fires raging in Europe and Asia. Between September 1939 and June 1941, while actually invading nations and moving the Soviet border closer to Western Europe, Red Army troops and supplies were being massed and staged near the German-Soviet border in Poland.
The scale of the Soviet buildup was staggering. Never has a nation amassed so much armor, so many soldiers, so many paratroopers, and so many weapons. This unprecedented buildup along the border wasn’t for defense; that’s preposterous! Soviet intelligence Viktor Suvorov has thoroughly debunked the myth that the Soviet Union was staged in defensive positions. He proves conclusively in his books Icebreaker and Chief Culprit that Stalin was preparing to attack, that the Red Army was lined up in attack formation, and that the invasion was perhaps as little as two weeks from commencing when Hitler thankfully preempted it.
In chapter nine of Icebreaker, titled “Why the Security Zone was Dismantled on the Eve of War,” Suvorov explained how the Soviets had torn down their defenses and erected means for a rapid offensive in the West when they were preempted on June 22, 1941:
“A country which is preparing its defence deploys its army deep inside its own territory, and not on its very frontier. The object is to prevent the enemy from destroying the main defending forces with one surprise attack. A defending side will normally build a security zone in the frontier areas in plenty of time; a zone where the terrain has been saturated with traps, engineered defences, obstacles and minefields. The defending side will deliberately avoid constructing anything related to industry or transport in this zone; nor will it keep any heavy military formations or large quantities of supplies there. On the contrary, timely preparations will have been made to blow up all bridges, tunnels and roads in this zone.
“Once inside the security zone, the aggressor loses speed of movement, and his troops sustain losses before they even encounter the main forces of the defender. . . .
“In the autumn of 1939, the Soviet Union had a great stroke of luck. Under the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, it annexed new territories between 200 and 300 kilometres deep. The security zone that had already been set up thus grew considerably in depth. Nature herself could have created these new territories for the express purpose of equipping it as a security zone. They had forests, hills, bogs, deep rivers with marshy banks and, in the western Ukraine, fast-flowing mountain rivers between steep banks. In short ‘the terrain favoured defence and the creation of defence obstacles.’ (Marshal of the Soviet Union A. Eremenko, V Nachale Voiny, Moscow Nauka 1964, p. 71) As if that were not enough, the network of roads was still at a primitive stage of development. Of 6,696 miles of railway lines, only 2,008 had double tracks, but the capacity of even these was limited. It would have been quite easy, were the need to arise, to make these railway lines quite unusable. . . .
“The element of surprise – so advantageous to the Germans in June 1941 – could have been reduced had the main Soviet forces been kept away from the actual frontiers. Empty territory, even without any technical defence installations, would have served as a security zone after its own fashion, by allowing the main forces time to get ready for action. But, according to the official Soviet account,
““The armies . . . were to deploy directly along the state frontier . . . in spite of the fact that its geographical outline was entirely disadvantageous to defence. Even those security zones stipulated in our pre-war directives had not been technically prepared,” (htoriya Velikoi Otechestvennoi Voiny, Voenizdat 1961, Vol. 2, p. 49). . . .
“The construction of railways was accompanied by the building of motor highways running directly to the frontier towns of Peremyshl’, Brest-Litovsk and Yavarov. When preparations are being made for a defensive war, ‘belt’ roads are built running parallel with the front, so that troops may be moved from passive sectors to those under threat. These ‘belt’ roads are built deep in the rear; the frontier regions themselves are left as far as possible without roads or bridges. But the Red Army built both railways and motor highways running from east to west, directly to the front. This is done when preparations are being made to advance, so that reserves can be transferred rapidly from within the country to the state frontier, and so that the troops can subsequently be supplied when they have crossed the frontier.
“‘The network of motor highways in western Byelorussia and the western Ukraine,’ recalls Marshal Zhukov, ‘was in a very bad condition. Many bridges were unable to bear the weight of medium tanks or artillery.’ (Vospominaniya i Razmyshleniya, p. 207) The situation should have delighted Zhukov: the supports of these rickety bridges could have been knocked down; anti-tank mines could have been laid on the banks, snipers posted in the undergrowth, and anti-tank guns put in place. Instead, Zhukov was furiously building roads, and replacing old bridges with new ones, so that tanks and artillery could use them.
“The NKVD and Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria in person gave the Red Army enormous help in this mighty work. The term ‘the construction organizations of the NKVD’ is often encountered in Soviet sources. (Air Chief Marshal A. A. Novikov, V Nebe Leningrada, Nauka 1970, p. 65) But we now know whom the NKVD used as manpower. Why else were so many labour-camp prisoners held in the frontier zone, particularly on the eve of the war? . . . .
“On the eve of the war, the Soviet railway troops did not prepare the rails for removal or demolition. They did not transport their supplies away from the frontier zones. On the contrary, they stockpiled rails, collapsible bridges, building material and coal in considerable quantities directly on the frontier. It was right there that the German Army captured all these stocks. German documents give evidence of this, as indeed do Soviet sources. Starinov, who was head of the Department for Defence Obstacles and Mining in the Engineering Directorate of the Workers’ and Peasants’ Red Army, described the Brest-Litovsk frontier railway station on 21 June 1941. ‘Near the railway tracks,’ he wrote, ‘the sun shone down upon mountains of coal and heaps of brand-new rails beside the tracks. The rails sparkled in the sunshine. Everything breathed tranquillity.’ (Miny Zhdut Svoego Chasa, p. 190). . . .
“Practically all the Soviet engineering and railway troops were gathered on the western frontiers. Sapper units and units belonging to those divisions, corps and armies which were concentrated on the frontier itself, as well as other units from other formations which had begun to move up to the border, were all operating in the frontier zone before the war began. The Soviet sappers were busy
““preparing the departure positions from which the offensive would begin; laying down roads for columns to move along; surmounting and erecting engineered defences, creating tactical and strategic camouflage, ensuring that the infantry and tanks which formed part of the assault groups interacted properly; protecting forced river crossings . . .” (Sovietskie Vooruzhennye Sily, Voenizdat 1978, p. 255)
“Let not the words ‘erecting engineered defences’ mislead the reader. By the time that the decisive attack on the Finnish Mannerheim Line began, Soviet sappers had also built several sectors consisting of engineered defence obstacles similar to the Finnish ones. Before going into battle, the newly arrived Soviet troops were put through these defences, which had been put there for training purposes. After that, they went over to the real attack.
“With all due respect to the German Army, it must be admitted that it was catastrophically unprepared for a serious war. The impression is given that the German General Staff simply did not know that winter occurs on occasions in Russia, or that the roads were somewhat different from German ones. The oil used to lubricate German weapons congealed in the intense cold, and consequently they did not work. The German Blitzkrieg was unable to move with the same rapidity over Russian roads as it had over French ones. Hitler knew that he had to make war in Russia; if German industry was producing arms which were only suitable for use in Western Europe and Africa, who can say that Germany was ready for war with the USSR?
“Hitler was lucky, however: Zhukov, Meretskov and Beria had obligingly compensated for the defects in German military planning by building roads and laying down great stockpiles of rails, collapsible bridges and building materials just where the enemy could capture them. What would have happened to Hitler’s army had a powerful programme of self-defence been put into effect, with bridges blown up, rolling stock and rails evacuated, all stores destroyed and the roads wrecked, flooded, turned into marshes and mined? The German Blitzkrieg would have skidded to a halt long before it reached Moscow.
“It was not, of course, for Hitler’s benefit that Meretskov, Zhukov and Beria had built roads and railways and stockpiled supplies. It was to let the Soviet ‘liberation’ army loose on Europe, with speed and with nothing in its path, and to keep it supplied in the course of its surprise offensive. On the eve of the war, no one in the Red Army was thinking about defensive obstacles. Everyone had his mind on overcoming such obstacles on enemy territory. That is why, under cover of a TASS announcement of 13 June 1939, some Soviet marshals and leading experts on obstacle clearing made their secret appearance on the western frontier.
“Marshal of the Soviet Union G. Kulik, who had secretly arrived in Byelorussia, discussed the situation with Colonel Starinov. ‘Let’s have mine-detectors, sappers and trawl equipment!’ he demanded (Miny Zhdut Svoego Chasa, p. 179) The Marshal was thinking about German territory. All the mines on Soviet territory had already been rendered harmless, and all the obstacles dismantled. ‘You have not named your branch correctly,’ the Marshal went on to tell him. ‘To be in accordance with our doctrine you should call it the branch for the clearance of obstacles and mines. Once we would have thought otherwise, and harped on defence, defence . . . but enough of that!’ (Ibid, quoted by Starinov) The same problem worried General of the Army Dimitri Grigoryevich Pavlov, the commander of the Special Western Military District. He noted angrily that insufficient attention was being paid to obstacle removal. The Red Army had learnt from its experience in the Finnish security zone, and was carefully preparing itself to surmount the German defences. If only the Soviet marshals had known that the war would begin for them on 21 June, and not as planned in July, then no resources for dismantling mines would have been needed at all.
“The German Army broke its own rules and did exactly the same thing. It removed the mines, razed the defences to the ground and concentrated its troops directly on a frontier which had no defensive zone whatever. At the beginning of June, German troops began to remove the barbed wire from the frontier. Marshal of the Soviet Union Kirill Sirnionovich Moskalenko considered this incontrovertible evidence that they would soon begin an aggression. (Ha Yugo-Zapadnom Napravleny, Nauka 1960, p. 24)
“But of course the Red Army did the same thing very shortly afterwards. The full flower of military engineering thought, including Professor Dimitri Mikhailovich Karbyshev – then a lieutenant-general of engineering troops — came from Moscow to meet on the western frontier. As he left Moscow at the beginning of June, he told his friends that the war had already begun and arranged to meet them in the ‘place of victory.’ Once he had arrived on the western frontier, he became feverishly busy. He attended exercises in fording water-defence obstacles, and in surmounting anti-tank obstacles with the latest T-34 tanks, neither of which are needed in defensive warfare. On 21 June, he went over to the 10th Army. But ‘before this,’ his biographer tells us, ‘Karbyshev, accompanied by V. I. Kuznetsov, officer commanding the 3rd Army and Colonel N. A. Ivanov, commandant of the Grodnensk UR [Ukreplyonnyi Raion – fortified region] visited the frontier detachment. On the Augustow-Seino road along the frontier, our barbed-wire entanglements were still in place in the morning, but by the time they passed them again on their return journey, the barriers appeared to have been removed.’ (E. Reshin, General Karbyshev, Izd. DOSAAF 1971, p. 204)
“Interestingly, neither the officer commanding the 3rd Army, who had to wage war there, nor the commandant of the fortified zone which in theory was intended for defence, nor the most senior expert from Moscow, who knew that the war had already begun, reacted in the slightest to these measures. On the contrary, the removal of the obstacles coincided with their visit.
“Can we imagine the commander of a Soviet frontier sub-unit, an NKVD lieutenant, removing the barbed wire on his own volition? If he were to give such an order, would not his subordinates regard the order as ‘clearly criminal’? The lieutenant did give such an order, though, and his subordinates carried it out at the gallop; evidently an order had been received from Lieutenant-General I. A. Bogdanov, the head of the NKVD frontier troops in Byelorussia. Bogdanov clearly realized that war was approaching; on 18 June he took the decision to evacuate the families of servicemen. (Dozornye Zapadnykh Rubezhei, Izd. Polit Literatury Ukrainy, Kiev 1972, p. 101)
“It is hardly possible that Bogdanov could have decided to evacuate frontier troops’ families and, at the same time, to cut the wire, without the knowledge of Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria, the People’s Commissar of Internal Affairs and General Commissar for State Security. It is hardly possible that Beria could have made this decision by himself either. Nor did he do so. Beria worked in full co-operation with Zhukov. Above them, Stalin must have co-ordinated the actions of the army and the NKVD. The military and the Chekists were acting in coordination. What is more, they were all in full agreement on essentials, on places and on times.
“We are assured that the Red Army suffered its first defeats because it was unprepared for war. This is nonsense. If it had not prepared itself for war, then the barbed wire would have been left intact, if only on the frontier. This would at least have gained a little time for the army sub-units to bring their weaponry to readiness, and may have averted the fearful catastrophes that followed.
“The Chekists certainly did not remove the barbed wire on the frontier in order to allow the German Army to take advantage of the gaps they had opened up. The barbed wire was taken away for other purposes. Try to imagine a situation where, for whatever reason, the German assault had been delayed. What would the Chekists on the frontier have done? Would they have eliminated the frontier barriers, kept the frontier open, and begun again to erect defensive obstacles? Certainly not. There can be only one alternative to this thesis. The Chekists cut the wire in order to allow the ‘liberation army’ to pass over the enemy’s territory, without hindrance, in exactly the same way as they had done before the ‘liberation’ of Poland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Bessarabia and Bukovina. Now Germany’s turn had come.”
This is a lengthy and somewhat technical rundown of what to some may appear less obvious details pointing to a Soviet invasion. However, these crucial facts, added to all the other corroborating evidence, make an airtight case. I urge you to investigate Suvorov’s writings and those of other authors like Joachim Hoffmann and Sean McMeekin. I now provide more evidence as I explained it in the pages of my book A Century of Red:
“Days after the non-aggression pact was announced, the Comintern was issued instructions from the highest communist authority. A portion of the Kremlin’s instructions stated that the agenda of the Comintern had not changed, and clarified that “the purpose of the Comintern is to bring about a world revolution.” The instructions explained that world revolution must be brought about through a “prolonged war, as expounded in the writings of Marx, Engels, and Lenin.” More to the point, it stated that a pact between the Soviet Union and England and France was fruitless because it would not lead to the outbreak of war. However, the Comintern was told that a pact with Germany in which the USSR feigned neutrality would allow Germany to “carry through with her plans.” Thus, the instructions concluded, the goal of the communist conspiracy was to “assist Germany in a sufficient degree so that she will begin a war and to take measures to insure that this war will drag on.”
“Throughout 1939, the Soviet regime had been in covert communication with Britain and France. Britain and France had proposed to Stalin mutual assistance pacts aimed at destroying Germany. Stalin knew that Britain and France secretly planned on attacking Germany if Hitler invaded Poland (the wording of the proposed pacts was so vague that almost any action Hitler took anywhere in Europe could have been defined as an act of aggression, thus calling on the allied nations to strike). Whereas Hitler wagered that a pact with Stalin would prevent such a war, Stalin knew better. As always, he used his inside information to create the conditions that would best benefit the communist world revolution.
“Though Hitler was becoming desperate enough to attempt an invasion without an agreement of Soviet neutrality, he fretted over pulling his nation into a major war. He repeatedly stated that, as a decorated veteran himself, he wanted nothing to do with another European war, and that he wanted to preserve his people from the ravages such a conflict would inflict. Hitler was smart enough to know that war would not benefit Germany.
“Out of all the nations of Europe in 1939, the quickly rising German Reich had the most to lose. England and France likewise had little to gain, and, as history would prove, lost a great deal of their power because of the war. Stalin’s Soviet empire, on the other hand, had the most to gain by facilitating a European war. Thus, encouraging Germany to attack Poland, and facilitating with oil and supplies a continuance of the war against Britain and France that would result, became a major priority for the communists.
“In a speech whose authenticity is often debated, but which fits the known details of the communist strategy precisely, and which is further supported by documents found in the Soviet archives in the 1990s, Stalin stood before the Politburo in Moscow on August 19th and revealed his plan for setting off war in Europe. Note the date. This speech took place four days before the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact was signed, and on the same day that Molotov invited Ribbentrop to Moscow for talks.
“In this momentous speech, Stalin stated that if the USSR concluded a pact with Britain and France, Germany would stand down and seek a solution to the Polish problem through other means rather than war. He bluntly observed that a lack of war would be “dangerous” for the communist state. On the other hand, he said that if the Soviets signed a pact with Germany, Hitler would invade Poland and the intervention of Britain and France would be “unavoidable.” Stalin then said that if such a European war was initiated, the non-aggression pact would give the Soviet Union the opportunity to remain neutral and wait for the “opportune time . . . to enter the war.”
“The dictator went on to say that peacetime is never good for communism. Specifically, he stated that in peace communism “is never strong enough . . . to seize power.” Only a major war, he argued, could bring about the avowed Bolshevik goal of world domination.
“Additionally, Stalin said that in the event Germany was defeated in the upcoming war he intended to facilitate between her, Britain, and France, the Sovietization of Germany would be inevitable. He observed that if this communist takeover of Germany resulted from Germany’s quick defeat at the hands of Britain and France, these nations would intervene and prevent it. Thus, Stalin concluded, the Soviet Union’s goal was that “Germany should carry out the war as long as possible.” He repeated that it was “essential” that the war last as long as possible with neither side achieving victory. A third time he said that it was “in the interest of the USSR . . . that a war breaks out between the Reich and the capitalist Anglo-French bloc.”
“Stalin observed that a war of this sort would weaken Britain and France, to say nothing of Germany. Why did Stalin want a weakened Europe? Why was it in his interest to have another continental war? The answer is so simple, and so ominous, that most historians refuse to acknowledge it. The reason Stalin wanted a war between the European powers was because he plotted to invade and communize Europe when he felt that they were too weak to put up effective resistance.
“Thus, as Viktor Suvorov theorized, Stalin used Hitler as his “icebreaker” to smash Britain and France into pieces, and pave a path for the Soviet tanks to roll down, subjugating the whole of Europe. To quote Suvorov, Stalin’s cunning was “in knowing how to divide his adversaries and then knock their heads together.””
All of this is crucial because if you admit the idea that the mass-murdering, sadistic, Bolshevik warlord Joseph Stalin was on the verge of invading and occupying the whole of Europe, you can appreciate Hitler’s decision to strike first. Hitler is reported to have said in 1941:
“If I see an opponent bringing a rifle to his shoulder, then I am not going to wait for him to pull the trigger. Instead, I am determined to pull it before he does.”
I couldn’t agree with the principle more. If a thug on the street runs at you with a machete, you have every legitimate right to pull out your Glock and drop him before he gets within striking distance. That is defensive, not offensive. And so it was in June of ‘41.
Whatever you may think of Hitler and the Third Reich, Stalin and the Soviet Union were unfathomably, unquestionably, irrefutably worse. It would have been an unmitigated, unparalleled disaster if Western Europe had fallen under Soviet domination. The only reason it did not is because Germany stood in the gap and spilled her blood to prevent it. I praise the international force, led by Germany, that combined to participate in the heroic assault against communism.
When Hitler’s forces finally struck the Soviet leviathan, he issued a proclamation stating the reasons for the attack and recounting the history of the First World War and the intervening period up to that time. Among other points, he explained:
“The German people have never had hostile feelings toward the peoples of Russia. During the last two decades, however, the Jewish-Bolshevist rulers in Moscow have attempted to set not only Germany, but all of Europe, aflame. Germany has never attempted to spread its National Socialist worldview to Russia. Rather, the Jewish-Bolshevist rulers in Moscow have constantly attempted to subject us and the other European peoples to their rule. They have attempted this not only intellectually, but above all through military means.
“The results of their efforts, in every nation, were only chaos, misery, and starvation.”
This is historically unimpeachable. The Bolsheviks were, on the whole, foreign-born Jews who followed in the footsteps of their prophet Karl Marx, a fellow Jew from a long line of rabbis. They were funded largely by Jewish bankers in the West. These ravenous Judeo-Bolsheviks used the Soviet apparatus to slaughter tens of millions of people throughout Asia and Eastern Europe and, in truth, the larger world. They promised paradise, but delivered hell on earth – rampant immorality, homosexuality, transgenderism, no-fault divorce, abortion-on-demand, destroyed families, eviscerated faith, drug use, plunder, famine, forced labor in the GULAG, slavery, fear, misery, rapine, and genocide.
These horrors were spread from Russia to Ukraine, the Baltics, Spain, and beyond. Stalin’s agents had also attempted to overthrow the Weimar Republic of Germany, which was itself Marxist and one of the most horrendous examples of a failed and debauched state in recorded history. Luckily, Hitler came to power in 1933 and moved swiftly to stamp out these revolutionaries with their fire bombings, assassinations, lying newspapers, anti-German propaganda, and cultural degradation. The well-known book burnings were conducted to burn transgenderism, homosexuality, and Marxism generally, out of German culture. I would to God that we would have such a cultural awakening in America and move to shut down the smut theaters, libelous media outlets, and treasonous political parties like Hitler did!
The communists are relentless, however. They never surrender – they either conquer or are crushed. Cockroaches don’t retreat because you become annoyed that they infest your house. They only disappear when you eradicate them. Hitler knew this and stepped forward to lead an international coalition to thwart the communist world revolution.
In July 1936, for instance, when the Soviets and their agents started the Spanish Civil War and went on a rampage that left half a million Spaniards dead, Hitler came to the rescue and, with General Francisco Franco, preserved Spain from becoming a Bolshevik colony. In November of that year, Germany joined together with Japan in the Anti-Comintern Pact (Italy joined the Pact in 1937).
The Comintern is short for Communist International and was the wing of the communist conspiracy directing all revolutionary activities throughout the globe. They were tasked with creating revolutions in every non-communist nation and bringing them into the Soviet fold. Germany and Japan knew this was a grave threat to humanity and moved to stop the advance of communism. Part of the Anti-Comintern Pact read:
“The Imperial Government of Japan and the Government of Germany,
“In cognizance of the fact that the object of the Communistic International (the so-called Komintern) is the disintegration of, and the commission of violence against, existing States by the exercise of all means at its command,
“Believing that the toleration of interference by the Communistic International in the internal affairs of nations not only endangers their internal peace and social welfare, but threatens the general peace of the world,
“Desiring to co-operate for defense against communistic disintegration, have agreed as follows.”
Thereafter followed three articles in which Germany and Japan agreed to cooperate together and coordinate efforts of defense against international communist subversion and to work with other nations, like Spain, “whose internal peace is menaced by the disintegrating work of the Communistic International.”
In 1941, it was not a smaller state like Spain that was threatened by Soviet expansion, but all of Europe. In the spirit of the Anti-Comintern Pact, Hitler moved against Bolshevik Russia. I continue quoting from Hitler’s war proclamation:
“It was, therefore, difficult for me in August 1939 to send my minister to Moscow to attempt to work against Britain’s plans to encircle Germany. I did it only because of my sense of responsibility to the German people, above all in the hope of reaching a lasting understanding and perhaps avoiding the sacrifice that would otherwise be demanded of us. . . .
“. . . even during our march into Poland, in violation of the treaty, the Soviet rulers suddenly claimed Lithuania. . . .
“The victory on Poland, gained exclusively by German troops, gave me the occasion to extend a new offer of peace to the Western powers. It was rejected by the international and Jewish warmongers. . . .
“. . . Russia justified its attempts to subject not only Finland, but also the Baltic states, by the sudden false and absurd claim that it was protecting them from a foreign threat, or that it was acting to prevent that threat. Only Germany could have been meant. No other power could enter the Baltic Sea, or wage war there. . . .
“Consistent with the so-called friendship treaty, Germany removed its troops far from its eastern border in spring 1940. Russian forces were already moving in, and in numbers that could only be seen as a clear threat to Germany.
“According to a statement by Molotov, there were already 22 Russian divisions in the Baltic states in spring 1940.
“Although the Russian government always claimed that the troops were there at the request of the people who lived there, their purpose could only be seen as a demonstration aimed at Germany.
“As our soldiers attacked French-British forces in the west, the extent of the Russian advance on our eastern front grew ever more threatening.
“In August 1940, I concluded that, given the increasing number of powerful Bolshevist divisions, it was no longer in the interests of the Reich to leave the eastern provinces, so often devastated by war, unprotected.
“. . . Both England and Soviet Russia wanted to prolong this war as long as possible in order to weaken all of Europe and plunge it into ever greater impotence.
“Russia’s threatened attack on Rumania was intended not only to take over an important element in the economic life not only of Germany, but of Europe as whole, or at least to destroy it. . . .
“The result was an increase in Soviet Russian activity against the Reich, above all the immediate beginning of efforts to subvert the new Rumanian state and an attempt to use propaganda to eliminate the Bulgarian government.
“With the help of confused and immature people, the Rumanian Legion succeeded in organizing a coup that removed General Antonescu and plunged the nation into chaos. . . .
“Immediately after this enterprise collapsed, there was a new increase in Russian troops along the German eastern border. Increasing numbers of tank and parachute divisions threatened the German border. The German army, and the German homeland, know that until a few weeks ago, there was not a single German tank or motorized division on our eastern border.
“If anyone needed final proof of the carefully hidden coalition between England and Soviet Russia, the conflict in Yugoslavia provided it. While I was making a last attempt to keep peace in the Balkans, and in agreement with the Duce invited Yugoslavia to join the Three Power Pact, England and Soviet Russia organized a coup that toppled the government that was ready for such an agreement.
“The German people can now be told that the Serbian coup against Germany was under both the English and Soviet Russian flags. Since we were silent, the Soviet Russian government went a step further. Not only did they organize a Putsch, but signed a treaty of friendship with their new lackeys a few days later that was intended to strengthen Serbia’s resistance to peace in the Balkans, and turn it against Germany. It was no platonic effort, either.
“Moscow demanded that the Serbian army mobilize.
“Since I still believed that it was better not to speak, the rulers of the Kremlin took a further step.
“The German government now possesses documents that prove that, to bring Serbia into the battle, Russia promised to provide it with weapons, airplanes, ammunition, and other war material through Salonika.
“That happened at almost the same moment that I was giving the Japanese Foreign Minister Dr. Matsuoka the advice to maintain good relations with Russia, in the hope of maintaining peace.
“Only the rapid breakthrough of our incomparable divisions into Skopje and the capture of Salonika prevented the realization of this Soviet Russian-Anglo-Saxon plot. Serbian air force officers, however, fled to Russia and were immediately welcomed as allies.
“Only the victory of the Axis powers in the Balkans frustrated the plan of involving Germany in battle in the southeast for months, allowing the Soviet Russian armies to complete their march and increase their readiness for action. Together with England, and with the hoped for American supplies, they would have been ready to strangle and defeat the German Reich and Italy.
“Thus Moscow not only broke our treaty of friendship, but betrayed it!
“They did all this while the powers in the Kremlin, to the very last minute, hypocritically attempted to favor peace and friendship, just as they had with Finland or Rumania.
“I was forced by circumstances to keep silent in the past. Now the moment has come when further silence would be not only a sin, but a crime against the German people, against all Europe.
“Today, about 160 Russian divisions stand at our border. There have been steady border violations for weeks, and not only on our border, but in the far north, and also in Rumania. Russian pilots make a habit of ignoring the border, perhaps to show us that they already feel as if they are in control.
“During the night of 17-18 June, Russian patrols again crossed the German border and could only be repelled after a long battle.
“Now the hour has come when it is necessary to respond to his plot by Jewish-Anglo-Saxon warmongers and the Jewish rulers of Moscow’s Bolshevist headquarters.
“At this moment, an attack unprecedented in the history of the world in its extent and size has begun. With Finnish comrades, the victors of Narvik stand by the Arctic Sea. German divisions, under the command of the conqueror of Norway, together with the heroes of Finland’s freedom and their marshal, defend Finnish soil. On the Eastern Front, German formations extend from East Prussia to the Carpathians. From the banks of the Pruth River, from the lower Danube to the Black Sea, German and Romanian soldiers are united under state leader Antonescu.
“The purpose of this front is no longer the protection of the individual nations, but rather the safety of Europe, and therefore the salvation of everyone.
“I have therefore decided today once again to put the fate of Germany and the future of the German Reich and our people in the hands of our soldiers.
“May God help us in this battle.”
Dear reader, this is not the lying ranting of a madman, but historical truth verifiable by anyone with the intellectual honesty to do the leg work. This is the real history. This is why Hitler preemptively invaded the Soviet Union; not for “living space” or imperialist ambition, but to save Europe from communist conquest.
In October 1941, Hitler made another address concerning the war in Soviet Russia. It was one of the most memorable speeches he ever gave. He spelled out the struggle thus:
“This was the most difficult decision of my whole life for every such step opened up the gate behind which secrets are hidden so that posterity will know how it came about and how it happened. Thus one can only rely on one’s conscience, the confidence of one’s people, one’s own weapons and what one asks of the Almighty. Not that He supports inaction but He blesses him who is himself ready and willing to fight and make sacrifices for his existence.
“On June 22, in the morning, the greatest battle in the history of the world started. Since then something like three and a half months have elapsed and here I say this:
“Everything since then has proceeded according to plan. During the whole period the initiative has not been taken even for a second out of the hand of our leadership. Up to the present day every action has developed just as much according to plan as formerly in the east against Poland and then against the west and finally against the Balkans.
“But I must say one thing at this point: We have not been wrong in our plans. We have also not been mistaken about the efficiency and bravery of the German soldier. Nor have we been mistaken about the quality of our weapons.
“We have not been mistaken about the smooth working of the whole organization at the front and extending over a gigantic area in the rear. Neither have we been mistaken about the German homeland.
“We have, however, been mistaken about one thing. We had no idea how gigantic the preparations of this enemy were against Germany and Europe and how immeasurably great was the danger, how by the skin of our teeth we have escaped the destruction not only of Germany but also of Europe. . . .
“Her power had been assembled against Europe, of which unfortunately most had no idea and many even today have no idea. This would have been a second storm of Ghengis Khan. That this danger was averted we owe in the first place to the bravery, endurance and sacrifice of the German soldiers and also the sacrifice of those who marched with us.
“For the first time something like a European awakening passed through this continent. In the north, Finland is fighting, a true nation of heroes, for in her wide spaces she relies on her own strength, her bravery and tenacity.
“In the south, Rumania is fighting. It has recuperated with astonishing speed from one of the most difficult crises that may befall a country and the people are led by a man at once brave and quick at making decisions.
“This embraces the whole width of this battlefield from the Arctic Ocean to the Black Sea. Our German soldiers are now fighting in these areas and with them in their ranks Finns, Italians, Hungarians, Rumanians, Slovaks, Croats and Spaniards are now going into battle. Belgians, Netherlanders, Danes, Norwegians and even Frenchmen have joined. . . .
“They are fighting on a front of gigantic length, and against an enemy who, I must say, does not consist of human beings but of animals or beasts. We have seen now what Bolshevism can make of human beings.
“We cannot bring to the people at home the pictures we have at our disposal. They are the most sinister that human brains can imagine The enemy is fighting with a bestial lust of blood on the one hand and out of cowardice and fear of his commissars on the other hand.
“Our soldiers have come to know the land after twenty-five years of Bolshevist rule. Those who went there and, in their hearts or bodies, have something of a communistic outlook in the narrowest sense of the term, have returned cured of this idea.
“The pictures of this paradise of workers and peasants as I have always described it will be confirmed by five or six million soldiers after the end of this war. They will be witnesses upon whom I can call. They have marched through the streets of this paradise.
“It is a single armaments factory against Europe at the expense of the standard of living of the people. Our soldiers have won victories against this cruel, bestial opponent, against this opponent with the mighty armaments.”
Hitler saw himself as Europe’s defender. He compared the Soviets to Genghis Khan, the Mongolian warlord who slaughtered his way to an expansive empire. This is a worthy comparison when you consider the brutal way that Khan and his Asiatic hordes hacked to pieces tens of millions of people, raped European women, and plundered the continent. This is precisely what the Soviet Union did in 1944-1945, which you can read about in gory, graphic, stomach-turning detail in Thomas Goodrich’s books Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947 and Summer, 1945: Germany, Japan and the Harvest of Hate.
It is also no exaggeration to call Soviet Russia “a single armaments factory against Europe.” The Bolshevik gangsters didn’t care about the Russian peasants. They used the people as expendable slave labor to build arms factories to produce weapons, tanks, and bombers. Behind closed doors, away from the prying eyes of the West, inside the barbed wire borders of the Soviet Empire, the Bolsheviks built up the most staggeringly large military in world history. They produced tens of thousands of tanks – no one knows the precise number – including what were then the best tanks in existence. They churned out rifles that still flood the world today. They produced revolutionary new weapons for waging wars of conquest in the name of the Marxist world revolution.
In a private conversation that was secretly recorded between Hitler and the Finnish General Mannerheim in 1942, Hitler revealed that his armed forces had already destroyed 34,000 Soviet tanks. Can you even fathom that number? Today, the United States has 6,600 tanks, Russia has at least 12,000, China has around 6,000, and NATO, excluding the United States, has about 6,000. To put this into context, the combined number of tanks of NATO, the United States, Russia, and China in 2022, is still thousands less than the number produced by the Soviet Union before 1941.
This huge arsenal of weapons was controlled by the world’s greatest mass-murderers up to that time – a cult of criminals who had literally sworn to overthrow and conquer every nation on earth by violent revolution. It was against this deadly war machine that the Germans waged mortal combat on behalf of Europe and the world.
The Germans threw three million men, three thousand tanks, and nearly as many aircraft, into Operation Barbarossa. Because they caught the Red Army in their preparations for offensive warfare, the Red Army was ill-prepared to defend itself and was pushed back in epic defeat. Millions were captured or killed and the Germans raced across Poland, Belarus, and Soviet Russia. Many predicted a swift victory. However, at least two things went wrong: 1) The weather – especially the mud – bogged down German forces; and 2) American Lend-Lease aid started flooding in.
Of the first point, famed Belgian politician and Waffen SS volunteer Leon Degrelle wrote:
“Whoever does not understand the importance of mud in the Russian problem can not understand what took place for four years on the Eastern Front in Europe. The Russian mud is not only the wealth through which the steppe returns to life: it constitutes also a territorial defense more effective than even snow and ice.
“It is still possible to triumph over the cold, to move ahead in 40 degree-below-zero weather. The Russian mud is sure of its sway. Nothing prevails over it, neither man nor matter. It dominates the steppes for several months out of the year. The autumn and the spring belong to it. And even in the summer months, when the fiery sun flattens out and cracks open the fields, cloudbursts flood them every three weeks. The mud is extraordinarily sticky because the soil is permeated with oily residues. The entire region is swimming in oil. The water does not flow, it stagnates; the dirt clings to the feet of man and beast. . . .
“Our legion had arrived in the Ukraine just in time to fight-or more exactly to struggle-against that enemy.
“A struggle without glory; an exhausting struggle; a struggle bewildering and disgusting, but one which gave courage to thousands of Soviet soldiers, thrown in all directions by the waves of German tanks which had roared through two or three weeks earlier.
“At first they, like the French in June 1940, had believed that all was lost. Everything indicated it. They were afraid, so they went into hiding. Then the rains came. From the poplar groves and the thatched roofs of the isbas in which they’d hidden, the partisans could observe that those marvelous troops of the Reich, who had so much impressed them, were no longer invincible: their trucks were beaten, their tanks were beaten. They heard the drivers, powerless, swear at their engines. Motorcycle drivers unable to free their trapped machines wept with rage. Little by little, the fugitive Soviets regained their confidence.
“Thus it was that the resistance sprang from the respite given by the mud, reinforced by the spectacle of the German Army’s vulnerability, unthinkable only weeks before, when its long armored columns gleamed in the sun. The mud was a weapon. The snow would be another. Stalin could count on these unexpected allies. Nothing else decisive would take place for six months. Six months of reprieve, after his shoulders had almost been pinned to the mat . . . . It would be enough, until May of 1942, to contain the forces of the Reich which, overwhelmed by the elements, wanted no more than to hibernate in peace. The partisans were already organizing behind the German divisions, harassing them like mosquitos in a swamp, striking quickly, leaving quickly, immediately after the sting.
“We had dreamed of dazzling battles. Now we were to know the real war, the war against weariness, the war of the treacherous, sucking mire, of sickening living conditions, of endless marches, of nights of driving rain and howling winds” (Leon Degrelle, Campaign in Russia: The Waffen SS on the Eastern Front, 17-18).
More than the Soviet forces stopped the Germans, mother nature did. The wastes of Russia did what Stalin’s army could not. It gave Stalin a chance to regroup and launch counterattacks.
Concerning Lend-Lease, a program overseen by Soviet mole and FDR confidant Harry Hopkins, let me relay the opinion of a Red Army tanker I talked with in Ramenskoye, Russia in 2007. He gave it as his opinion that Russia would have lost the war without American aid, including U.S. tanks. This old man operated an American tank against the Germans and explained to me that American supplies saved Soviet Russia.
This is difficult to dispute when you consider the massive quantity of supplies we gave to Russia and which Russia has never repaid. This deal with the Devil costing us billions of dollars, gave Eastern Europe to the Soviet Union, and assured a future global holocaust of communist destruction. One source explained how extensive Lend-Lease help to the Soviets was:
“By the end of June 1944 the United States had sent to the Soviets under lend-lease more than 11,000 planes; over 6,000 tanks and tank destroyers; and 300,000 trucks and other military vehicles.
“Many of the planes have been flown directly from the United States to the Soviet Union over the northern route via Alaska and Siberia, others were crated and shipped to the Persian Gulf, where they were assembled and flown into Russia.
“We have also sent to the Soviets about 350 locomotives, 1,640 flat cars, and close to half a million tons of rails and accessories, axles, and wheels, all for the improvement of the railways feeding the Red armies on the Eastern Front. For the armies themselves we have sent miles of field telephone wire, thousands of telephones, and many thousands of tons of explosives. And we have also provided machine tools and other equipment to help the Russians manufacture their own planes, guns, shells, and bombs.
“We have supplied our allies with large quantities of food. The Soviet Union alone has received some 3,000,000 tons.”
It should cause shame and sadness to well up inside every American heart to know that our forefathers saved Stalin and the Soviet Union! This is a monstrous black mark on our legacy. It was a dastardly act. We sentenced millions to slavery and death because we involved ourselves in a fight that was not ours. We ensured the victory of communism and the Sovietizing of European culture and politics. We guaranteed that China would later turn Red, that terrorism would spread, that militant Islam would rise, that Russia would stand opposed to us with the most fearsome arsenal of nuclear weapons on the planet, and so on. All of these horrors came because we got involved and because we supported the wrong side.
Had we either stayed out of the fight or leapt into the fray on Germany’s side and fought against the communists and helped save Europe, history would have been vastly different. German troops marched into battle with the slogan “God With Us” on their belt buckles. Their first act in liberated territory was to open Christian churches after years of brutal anti-Christian Soviet oppression. Hitler promised to restore autonomy to the nations when the war ended. They also promised to modernize the East and expand German-style Liberty with its emphasis on merit, its respect of families and God, its protection of private property, its hostility toward Masonry, corporatism, and Marxism, into those God-forsaken territories. They could have annihilated communism in Europe had we not interfered. The blame for the Cold War and all its horrors rests with us, our traitorous president FDR, and the complicit communist cronies in the Kremlin.
I wish to quote from Leon Degrelle again. He sat in Belgium on June 22, 1941, going about his business as usual when he heard an announcement on the radio that changed his life forever. He recounted the story this way:
“22 June 1941 began like all the beautiful Sundays of summer. I was absent-mindedly turning the dial of my radio, when suddenly some words brought me up short: the troops of the Third Reich had crossed the Euro- pean border of the USSR.
“The campaign in Poland in 1939, the campaign in Norway, the campaign in the Netherlands, in Belgium and France in 1940, the campaign in Yugoslavia and in Greece in the spring of 1941 had only been preliminary operations or blunders. The real war, in which the future of Europe and of the world would be decided, had just begun. This was no longer a war over frontiers or interests. This was a war of religions. And, like all religious wars, it would be unrelenting.
“Before engaging its tanks in the steppes, the Reich had resorted to evasion, like a watchful cat.
“In 1939 National Socialist Germany was carrying out a program without precedent. It had rebuilt itself in the midst of such lightning bolts, in the thundering and blinding flashes of such cataclysms, that all Europe and all the world felt the tremors. If all his enemies to the West swooped down on the Rhineland and the Ruhr, and if, at the same time, the Soviets expanded toward East Prussia and Berlin, Hitler seriously risked strangulation. He liked to say, over and over, that Kaiser Wilhelm II had lost the First World War by not having succeeded in avoiding a war on two fronts. He was going to do better. But we were to see, one day, side by side, gawking at the ruins of the Reich Chancellery in Berlin, not only Scots and muzhiks, but Blacks from Harlem and Kirghiz tribesmen from the deserts of Asia. . . .
“Stalin had, like Hitler, played very skillfully. He had every interest in let- ting the plutocratic democracies and National Socialism exhaust each other, for he was the enemy of both. The more virulently they sapped each other’s strength, the better Communism could in the final account facilitate its task. Stalin carried out his game with Asiatic cunning, the leader of an international gang, sure of his men. He could even ostensibly ally himself with the Third Reich: over the entire world, Communist discipline was absolute.
“The effects of that extraordinary solidarity promptly made themselves felt. Britain and France had made it a world war after Hitler invaded Poland. When Stalin did the same thing 15 days later, no one in the Allied chancelleries took the risk of reacting.
“Thus the Soviet leader was able to stab a vacillating Poland in the back with complete impunity, and annex over a third of that unhappy country. Britain and France, so solicitous of Poland’s territorial integrity before, neglected to declare war on the USSR.
“That moral and military abdication gave an unshakeable confidence to the Communist bands spread throughout Europe. The democracies were afraid of Stalin! They had recoiled before him! What had been intolerable from Hitler had been tolerated coming from the Soviets!
“The “democracies” dispensed with morality, principle, and their own self-respect for fear of consolidating Stalin’s alliance with Germany. They feared also the sabotage which the Communist parties throughout Europe were preparing or had already carried out. As always a short-sighted self- interest had prevailed over all other considerations.
“In reality, the alleged “just war” had lasted only fifteen days. From September of 1939, the Allies had only one idea: not to offend the USSR, to begin a reconciliation with Stalin, in spite of his aggression against their Polish allies.
“Stalin was able to multiply his demands, to put an end to the independence of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, to snatch Bessarabia from the Rumanians. One single thing was important to the Allies: to enable the Russians to change sides. In less than two years, that would be achieved. . . .
“The Nazi lemon had been squeezed dry. The hour had come to squeeze a second lemon: the democratic lemon. We know what kind of juice that lemon finally gave to the Soviets in 1945: the occupation of territories in- habited by two hundred million Europeans and Asians, the Red Army established in Thuringia, on the Elbe, at the gates of Luebeck, at Petsamo, in Manchuria, in Korea, in the Kurile Islands!
“The Yugoslav turn-about, the stated claims of Molotov on the Balkans, the military preparations of the Soviets during the spring of 1941; all these left Hitler no doubt about the ambitions of the USSR. The longer he waited, the more likely he would be attacked. In order to concentrate his forces in the East, he temporarily abandoned his plan to invade England. He tried, by various means, to find a peaceful settlement to the conflict be- tween Germany and the United Kingdom. It was too late for that. The British were no longer disposed to cancel the match; once begun, it could no longer be stopped. . . .
“England, isolated from Europe by the sea and with its principal riches scattered over distant lands, could not sense exactly the importance of the duel. It reacted by thinking more about its immediate interest— the relief of its island— than about what the fate of Europe would be were the Soviets one day victorious.
“By contrast, for us— the peoples of the European continent— that struggle was a decisive struggle.
“If National Socialist Germany triumphed, it would be the master, in the East, of a tremendous area for expansion, right on its border, tied to it directly by means of railroads, rivers and canals, open to its genius for organization and production. The Greater German Reich, in complete rebirth, endowed with a remarkable social structure, enriched by those fabulous lands, extending in one block from the North Sea to the Volga, would have such power, would have such force of attraction, would offer to the twenty peoples crowded onto the old continent such possibilities for progress that those territories would constitute the point of departure for the indispensable European federation, wished for by Napoleon, contemplated by Renan, sung of by Victor Hugo.
“If, on the contrary, the Soviets prevailed, who in Europe would resist them once the enormous German bastion was dismantled? Poland, drained of its blood? The chaotic Balkans, submerged, decayed, occupied, tamed? A depopulated France, having only speeches to oppose two hundred million muzhiks and the Bolshevik ideology, swollen with its victory? Greece, Italy, talkative and charming, with their poor peoples, squatting in the sun like lizards? The jigsaw puzzle of the small European nations, the residues of a thousand years of civil war, each incapable of paying for more than a hundred tanks? The Soviets defeating the Reich— that would be Stalin mounting the body of a Europe which, its powers of resistance exhausted, was ready to be raped” (Degrelle, Campaign in Russia, 7-10).
Europe was raped so brutally by the Soviets and their American and British allies that she has never recovered. Please fix this in your mind – it was not Hitler who raped Europe, it was Stalin, FDR, and the Allies. The Allies bombed millions to death, destroyed Europe’s cities from the air, plunged Europe into chaos and suffering, unleashed the horrors of death camps on the Rhine and gangrapes by the millions in the East, and obliterated the one Christian nation on the continent that was truly anti-Marxist, anti-Mason, anti-Satanism, and which had the capacity, character, and spirit the resist the Soviets.
Operation Barbarossa, though it failed, preserved Europe for several additional years and ultimately prevented the total Soviet conquest of Europe all the way to the English Channel. Thank God for the Germans! Thank God for the numerous other European, Arab, African, and Asian volunteers – including over a million liberated Russians and 150,000 Jews – who joined the Third Reich’s armed attempt to rid Europe of Bolshevism. Thank God for Hitler’s strength to do the hard thing and fight the Dragon.
If none of this sounds politically correct, good. Political correctness is a disease imported to America by the Soviets. The “history” you were taught by your history teacher in school is as fraudulent as “Oswald killed Kennedy,” “FDR didn’t know about Pearl Harbor in advance,” “the Twin Towers were brought down by jet fuel,” “Nixon was not a crook,” “Bill Clinton did not have sex with that woman,” “Epstein killed himself,” “abortion is healthcare,” “two weeks to stop the spread,” “vaccines are safe and effective,” and “Joe Biden won the 2020 election.”
Dear reader, the wrong side won World War II. I will stand by that statement until they put me in the ground. America’s involvement – brought about by FDR and his Soviet advisors – was unconstitutional, immoral, and evil. Germany was not the villain Jew-controlled Hollywood and Establishment-controlled media make her out to be. Hitler was not guilty of a fraction of the heinous lies heaped upon his name.
You read those books I listed above. You do the leg work. You look up the sources. If you do, you will find that I have not lied and I am not deceived. Those who believe and parrot the Allied myths about World War II are grossly deceived and have, through their deception, been persuaded to demonize the only good guys in the fight and support the side that plunged the world in war and which still, at this very moment in world, has its bloody hands on the levers of financial, political, military, social, and religious power.
The Illuminati-communist conspiracy birthed on May 1, 1776, spawned Bolshevism, Fabian Socialism, and the various isms that have raped, plundered, abused, enslaved, degraded, and savaged our world. They are the ones responsible for hoodwinking the peoples of the world through their control over media, Hollywood, academia, and schooling. They have robbed the wealth of nations and are the ones behind the inflationary crisis that will continue to spiral out of control. This “they” has a name – it is Satanic communism.
Satanic communism is the ideology promulgated by the myriad organs of this conspiracy, including, but not limited to: The Council on Foreign Relations; the Trilateral Commission; the World Economic Forum; the United Nations; NATO; Club Bilderberg; the Club of Rome; the Committee of 300; the Black Nobility; the Order of Skull and Bones; Freemasonry; the Society of Jesus (Jesuits); the World Federalist Movement; the Theosophical Society; Share International; B’nai B’rith; the Anti-Defamation League; the Southern Poverty Law Center; Black Lives Matter; Alphabet Inc.; Open Society Foundations; the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; the Rockefeller Foundation; the Ford Foundation; Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation; the Commonwealth of Independent States; Aspen Institute; the World Trade Organization; the International Monetary Fund; the Federal Reserve; the Bank of International Settlements; the New Development Bank; BlackRock; Kabbalism; and so on.
Many of these damnable organizations would not exist today had Operation Barbarossa succeeded in 1941 and the others would be far less powerful. China would have been an American ally because the Soviet Union would not have been there to turn China Red. That one blessing alone would have markedly changed the world. As it was, millions of German bodies littered the Russian steppes, millions more rotted in bombed out cities at home, and the progress of a great nation was crushed simply because a cult of communist criminals seeks world control.
Europeans, never forget the brave Germans who died to liberate you or to keep you free from Bolshevik bondage. Never forget their sacrifices on the hellish Eastern front fighting Stalin’s hordes. Never forget.
June 29, 2022,