This finishes up Hellstorm,the so called victors continue to hope that people will not pick it up.The Germans as the instigators propaganda needs to be seen for what it is.A smokescreen for the activities of the allies in post war Germany. As an American it troubled me greatly to read our part in the raping and pillaging of the German people.And if we look closely at the pattern of immigration out of the Middle East,it appears that once again Germany is facing an assault on it's sovereignty among others on the continent of Europe. My ancestors were from Northern Europe and I take pride in my heritage. Looking at my race,we are a hard headed bunch,often to our own detriment,so it greatly troubles me today,to still see the activities of the allies effect Germany in such a destructive way.
I keep hearing the 'Make America great again' slogan,and I have been doing my due diligence to find that time when America was great,and as of yet,I have not been able to locate this greatness.Can not say I am surprised, but I would just as well settle for America being honest some day.Enough with these contemptible allies,they are no such thing.England's comeuppance has been a long time coming,we need to STOP being their Military arm.They played us twice,if it happens again,there will be a country no more.The time to end the lies is now.
[.....One of the most outspoken opponents of singular war guilt was the intrepid American journalist, Freda Utley. “An atrocity ceases to be one when committed in a ‘good cause,’ that is, our own,” wrote the hard-hitting author in her 1949 book, The High Cost of Vengeance.
I thought it was high time we stopped talking about German guilt, since there was no crime the Nazis had committed, which we or our allies had not also committed. I had referred to our obliteration bombing, the mass expropriation and expulsion from their homes of twelve million Germans on account of their race; the starving of the Germans during the first years of the occupation; the use of prisoners as slave laborers; the Russian concentration camps, and the looting perpetrated by Americans as well as Russians. . . . Compared with the rape and murder and looting engaged in by the Russian armies at the war’s end, the terror and slavery and hunger and robbery in the Eastern zone today, and the genocide practiced by the Poles and Czechs, the war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by the Germans condemned at Nuremberg to death or lifelong imprisonment appeared as minor in extent if not in degree.26
J.F.C. Fuller agreed.“For fifty or a hundred years, and possibly more,” announced the British major general, “the ruined cities of Germany will stand as monuments to the barbarism of their conquerors.”27
Another backward-looking Briton, an RAF crewman, expressed in simple, yet profound, terms a thought that thousands of other Allied soldiers and airmen no doubt pondered for the rest of their lives:“Had the Germans won the war, should we or ought we to have been tried as war criminals? . . . The thoughts live with me to this day.”
For the most part though, such reflections were kept strictly private and even the public utterances of Freda Utley, General Fuller and a few courageous others were all but lost in a storm of voices that had a personal, as well as psychological, stake in whitewashing history. Hotly argued the still-maddened majority:...]