Had it not been for the feverish actions of Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and William C Bullitt, World War 2 would not have happened, even after the German invasion of Poland. However, their Jewish masters demanded war, and so war is what we got.
We explained in a previous essay how Churchill and Roosevelt precipitated the war by sabotaging a brokered peace proffered by Italian dictator Benito Mussolini to settle the problems between Germany and Poland, a proposal for which the Germans held optimism. However, the Anglo-American leaders would have none of it.
Most Americans have been brainwashed that Hitler was the wanton aggressor against Poland, but the truth is quite different. Germany had ignored or avoided action against the many "pogroms" against German citizens who were given to Poland after the Treaty of Versailles which concluded World War 1. The German government felt a moral obligation to protect people who were defenseless against attacks by their own government, in this case Poland. The Poles even violated German borders which the Nazi government handled with restraint.
Unfortunately the Polish government would not respect the former German citizens or its borders, prompting Hitler to launch a retaliatory campaign which quickly resulted in the subjugation of Poland. Matters would have ended there, with a partial or full German withdrawal from Poland in exchange for assurances of the safety of German peoples.
Having conquered Poland, Hitler was content to acquire no more territory, except for further provocations from Churchill, who replaced Chamberlain in May 1940. It was this period of quiescence between October and April which gave rise to the term “Phoney War” as there were almost no military operations on the continent. However, the Jewish puppet masters such as the Rothschilds were not satisfied – there must be war in order to wipe out Germany, one of the original goals resulting in World War 1.
For the British the elimination of Germany removed one more obstacle in its path to world domination, and for the Jews, it was one more intransigent and powerful opponent to its own goals of genocide and world conquest. The British and Jewish goals coincided. Perhaps more important, the British yet wanted to fulfill their commitment made by the occultist Alfred Balfour whose famous declaration of 1917 ceded Palestinian property to James Rothschild.
Interestingly enough, Hitler was enthusiastic about settling Jews there, but the Zionists refused the offer because they needed the myth of 6 million dead Jews to gain political advantage in the coming decades.
To fan the flames of war, Churchill made a secret pact on October 15, 1939 with Joseph Stalin, the Soviet Premier, to invade and partition the Scandinavian countries, with the Soviets given Finland, and Britain given Norway and Sweden.
Hitler obtained knowledge of the plan, preemptively invading Norway in April 1940. It was essential that he do so to avoid a complete strangulation of his country by the British.
At the same time, Chamberlain and Hitler maintained strict policies of not bombing civilian targets. Agents provocateurs in England were writing editorials agitating for a bombing campaign against Germany which finally began the night Churchill became Prime Minister. Not only did the British bomb Germany, but they specifically targeted civilian populations in accordance with the Rothschild wishes.
When Hitler realized that British aerial aggression would result in ground operations via France, he invaded the Low Countries and France to thwart Churchill’s objectives in May 1940. While he could have wiped out the British at Dunkirk with ease, he refrained from doing so for specific political reasons.
Hitler had long expressed, even in Mein Kampf, admiration of the British Empire and its necessity for stability in the world. He also knew that wiping out the British forces en masse would eviscerate any hopes of a negotiated truce as the loser would be unlikely to settle for terms under conditions of humiliation.
The main objective of Hitler in early 1940 through 1941 was a negotiated peace which would acknowledge British supremacy on the seas and elsewhere around the world, while acknowledging German standing on the continent. Churchill dismissed out of hand any and all peace initiatives from the Germans, including the secret mission of Rudolph Hess whom the English murdered at the end of his life.
So while many military historians have been baffled by Hitler’s stand down at Dunkirk, attributing it in some cases to incompetence or loss of nerve, the real reason was much more rational and related to strategic considerations for the British Empire, and for negotiating peace terms.
Thus on two specific occasions, both Churchill and Roosevelt intervened in international affairs to scuttle peace between Germany and Poland, and later between Germany and England. Only through these strenuous exertions for war could World War 2 have been fought, resulting in the loss of tens of millions of lives. Without these losses of lives, the Jews could not have hoaxed the Holocaust, one of its most prized political weapons of the post war period.
Archibald Maule Ramsay, The Nameless War, Britons Publishing Company, London, 1962
Peter Strahl, The Sot & the Soviet: The Plot by Churchill & Stalin to Divide Up Scandinavia and Encircle, Destroy Germany, The Barnes Review, January/February 2014, pp 24-27
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