“Germany becomes too powerful. We have to crush it.” – WinstonChurchill (November1936toUS–GeneralRobertE. Wood)
WinstonChurchill: “We will force this war upon Hitler, if he wants it or not.” – (1936 broadcast)
“Germany’s unforgivable crime before WW2 was its attempt to loosen its economy out of the world trade system, and to build-up an own exchange system from which the (((world–finance))) couldn’t profit anymore. …We butchered the wrong pig.” – Winston Churchill, The Second World War (Book by Winston Churchill, Bern, 1960) [Amazon]
Our U.S. Congress reeks of warmongering by starting the Korean War, Vietnam War, Desert Storm War and Iraq War for no valid reason, whatsoever.
We killed millions of people and destroyed millions of parents, adults and children. Millions! We remain in Afghanistan, long after bin Laden met his death—still killing their people and ours—with no positive result.
Over the decades, our drones and bombs have created hundreds of thousands of “Newtown, Connecticut’s” where millions of people have died in the aforementioned countries. We insist on maintaining 450,000 military personnel on 700 bases around the world to show-case our ability to kill anyone whose perspective doesn’t match ours. After the 10 year Vietnam War, over 200,000 of our soldiers became so distraught from their experiences—they committed suicide. Today … an average of four current or former US soldierscommit suicidedaily from their war traumas.
Kill Anything That Moves – Vietnam
More millions emotionally limp along (with the affects of) drugs, depression, PTSD and alcoholism. Some experts predict, yet another 200,000 U.S. soldiers will commit suicide from their military service in Iraq and Afghanistan.
While we war upon other countries for decades, and after Columbine’s mass murders, we fail to take care of our own youth, such as the young man who just killed 26 innocent human beings. An average of 18 teenagers commit suicide in Americaevery single day of the year, every year, every decade—without pause.
As our U.S. government foments, creates and imposes wars on countries 10,000 miles away, we suffer the cruelty of 14 millionjobless Americans, 47, 700, 000 people living on food stamps, 1.5 millionhomeless people and 2.3millionAmericans subsisting in prisons.
The final costs of the Iraq and Afghanistan War will reach into the Trillions of dollars ($1 Trillion = $1 million distributed to one million Americans, EACH), when that money could have been used to create a more just, hopeful and prosperous society for all our citizens.
[Remember, Iraq had nothing to do with the 9/11 attacks. Iraq never attacked the United States, or even threatened to do so. In the Iraq War, the U.S. government was the aggressor while Iraq was simply defending their own nation from that aggressor.
The United States had no authority, legal or moral, to attack, invade, and occupy Iraq. No nation has the authority to attack another nation and kill their citizens in the process.]
We Americans, need to reassess ourselves.
We need to invent or discover another path. We need to open toward a spiritual awakening. We need to move toward slower living, inter-related living and environmentally balanced living.
We need to eschew 80,000 chemicals injected into our air, water and ground 24/7—most definitely scrambling our emotions, body chemistries and minds.
We need to live and grow in smaller, community-oriented cities. (As John Muir said, ‘There is not a single sane man in all of San Francisco’.) We need both fathers and mothers for our children so they grow into healthy adults who value themselves, and know they are essential. We must extricate ourselves from the pervasive violence in our culture by moving toward peaceful solutions, love and kindness.
This transformation requires you, your actions, your passions, your energy and your optimism for the future. >Full article.
In politics and history – two disciplines linked closely by cause-and-effect relationships – there is a mainstream school of thought which is shaped and guided by vested interests such as, for example, lobby groups and the behind-the-scenes forces whose purpose they serve. In either discipline – or in any other subject, for that matter – an incomplete understanding of more than just the “officially sanctioned” side prevents one from making the correct decisions and drawing informed conclusions.
Obviously, where a mainstream school of thought is useful to [the] Establishment, any non-mainstream [dissident] views are detrimental to those who benefit from the status quo. From this perspective, people who would rather think for themselves, and/or who have something to say that does not support these mainstream views, are undesirable – and all too often silenced.
We, at The Scriptorium believe that this is classically evident in publishing, education and any other endeavor related to the presentation of history to the “consumer public”, and that a distinct pattern of stressing one side, while distorting and hushing-up the other, has become standard practice with regard to the fairly recent history of Germany, and of the Second World War, in particular.
After all, when was the last time you or your children heard about crimes committed by Nazi Germany, and when was the last time you saw a book about the Holocaust on your local bookstore shelf? We’re willing to bet that it wasn’t very long ago.
What’s that you say – you’ve never even heard ofthese things?
Well, that’s our point exactly!
Corroborating information about all we publish on this site exists aplenty, but on the whole it is not openly accessible, and for good reason.
The Establishment that benefits from the public ignorance about these matters takes great care to keep it from trickling into public awareness, as such a trickle might start a flood that could wash the foundations out from under it.
More often than not, it takes idealists who have resisted the lure of the ‘Big Money’ to be made in the mainstream media, to publish this forgotten (or hidden) history for the sake of a truthful and balanced world view, and for the sake of doing justice to the memory of the forgotten victims whose suffering was no less real than that of those who enjoy a forum in the mainstream spotlight. ….read more.
(Z.O.G.) Zionist Occupied Governments, then or now, forbids any form of a Nationalist Socialist ideology to unite a nation’s people. Unlike yesteryear, today’s insidious disease of “Multiculturalism” is destroying the remaining8% of the world’s Whitepeoples.
GERMANtroops held Christmas trees up out of the trenches with signs, “MERRY CHRISTMAS.” “You no shoot, we no shoot.”
(Photo) Together, a German and a British Military Officer fraternizing on the open battlefield.
On CHRISTMAS DAY, 1914, in the first year of World War I, German, British, and French soldiers DISOBEYED their superiors and FRATERNIZED with the “enemy” along two-thirds of the Western Front.
THOUSANDS of troops streamed across a no-man’s land strewn with rotting corpses.They sang Christmas carols together — exchanged photographs of loved ones back home — shared rations — played football and even roasted some pigs.
Soldiers embraced men they had been trying to kill a few short hours before. Theyagreed to warn each other if the top brass forced them to fire their weapons, and to aim high.
[See recently discovered French photos of some of the faces of British soldiers taken between battles, and probably most of whom, were killed off in unnecessary battles weeks or months later.]
A shudder ran through the high command on either side. Here was disaster in the making: soldiers declaring their brotherhood with each other and refusing to fight.
Generals on both sides declared this spontaneous peacemaking to be treasonous and subject to court martial. By March of 1915 the fraternization movement had been eradicated and the killing machine put back in full operation. By the time of the armistice in 1918, fifteen million (15,000,000!!) people would be slaughtered. (For what purpose?)
Not many people have heard the story of the CHRISTMAS TRUCE. Military leaders have not gone out of their way to publicize it.
On Christmas Day, 1988, a story in the Boston Globe mentioned that a local FM radio host played “Christmas in the Trenches,” a ballad about the Christmas Truce, several times and was startled by the effect.
The song became the most requested recording during the holidays in Boston on several FM stations. “Even more startling than the number of requests I get … is the reaction to the ballad afterward by callers who hadn’t heard it before,” said the radio host. “They telephone me deeply moved, sometimes in tears, asking, `What the hell did I just hear?’
I think I know why the callers were in tears.
MILLIONS of our best White European men were slaughtered for NOTHING!
The Christmas Truce Story goes against most of what we have been taught about people. It gives us a glimpse of the world as we wish it could be and says, “This really happened once.” It reminds us of those thoughts we keep hidden away, out of range of the TV and newspaper stories that tell us how trivial and mean human life is. It is like hearing that our deepest wishes really are true: the world really could be different.
Excerpted from David G. Stratman – We CAN Change the World: The Real Meaning of Everyday Life
On October 16, 1933, Franklin Roosevelt granted diplomatic recognition to the Soviet Union. The Communist government was about to collapse for lack of financing. Granting them diplomatic recognition literally saved the Soviet government which had been ostracized by virtually every other government in the world.
Throughout the rest of the 1930s and the 1940s, two disparate groups infiltrated dozens of agents or members into the executive branch under Roosevelt. Those two groups were the Communist Party and the Council on Foreign Relations. While these two groups had radically different motivations, they both had the same ultimate goal, i.e., to weaken and eventually destroy American freedom and independence.
Very few people today remember that World War II started in 1939 because Germany AND RUSSIA invaded Poland at the same time.
The Soviet Union was exactly as responsible for STARTING that war as Germany was. This was known and condemned at the time. However, in 1941 when Hitler attacked Russia, suddenly our mass media made a 180 degree about face and Russia became our “noble ally” in fighting the war. Of course, it was up to the United States to supply Russia with the armament to fight the war.
The world went to war to “save” Poland and the other countries of Eastern Europe. Yet, at Yalta, before the war was over, the United States State Department AGREED that the Soviet Union would be allowed to add Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, half of Germany, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Rumania, and Bulgaria to its territory in Europe. Before the addition of those countries and peoples, at the end of the war, Russia had a population of about 160 million people and controlled a land area smaller than the Russia of the Czars. Soviet industry had been almost totally destroyed by the Nazi war machine. Communism was a third rate power, militarily, industrially and economically. There was, literally, no reason for Eastern Europe to be handed over to the Communists other than the influence of the Communist agents in OUR State Department.
In Operation Keelhaul what we see follows “During World War II, some 2.5 million Soviet citizens found themselves in Germany and the occupied countries as prisoners of war, slave laborers, or refugees. From 1944 to 1947, these people were forcibly repatriated in a number of operations, the best known of which many committed suicide rather than return to Soviet slavery.
To the best of my recollection, I have NEVER seen ANY still or moving pictures of similar trainloads of men, women and children which OUR government was responsible for shipping off to a similar fate.
In 1945, General Dwight Eisenhower ordered that “Operation Keelhaul” be put into effect. This involved rounding up and shipping back to “their countries of origin” ALL the refugees from communism: men, women and children, soldier or civilian, male or female — even though many of them had been fighting on OUR side during the war.
Since all of Eastern Europe was then under Communist domination, sending these people back was, quite literally, a sentence of death, some by immediate execution and the rest by slow extermination from overwork and malnutrition in the Soviet slave labor camps in Siberia.
These people were rounded up at bayonet point, forced into freight cars and shipped off to a terrible fate. There was no accurate count kept but the MINIMUM figure was 2,000,000 people and a maximum of 5,000,000. The elimination of all these anti-Communist people made the Communist domination of Eastern Europe MUCH easier. And the American people were kept blissfully unaware of this action which Eisenhower enforced rigidly, even though it violated international law, the laws of his own country and laws of humanity.
Germans were prosecuted at Nuremberg for similar crimes but control of the news ensured that Eisenhower, and those under his command who took part in this outrage, were never even officially accused of wrong doing. Ike carried out Operation Keelhaul deporting innocent refugees from eastern Europe to Stalin’s clutches. The Communists often machine-gunned these people as they arrived in Soviet territory -sometimes while still on the trains. Most of these people were nothing more than White Christian refugees, who didn’t want to live under communist tyranny.
Though I never knew them, though they died months before I was born, I can not help but to still feel the pain of those innocent people of Dresden [Germany] who suffered so unjustly, unfairly, and totally without fault on February 13, 1945.
They make me think of abused children suffering for something that they do not understand. Abused children in a small way share with those now departed souls of Dresden the total unjustness of this world. Innocent people would not in a fair world, a decent world, be made to suffer.
They died this night. So many of them. Bombs raining down upon their heads like manna from hell -the heads of defenseless women and children for the most part. Babies in their cribs. Sobbing children in their mothers arms. Little girls without blemish, little boys full of anticipation at the excitement life promised them. The girls became blemished heaps of burnt flesh. The promise was broken by life to the boys. There would be no future for them.
Even now, across time, distance, culture, language, and ocean, I hear their cries. Ten thousand per second raising their helpless, tortured voices for mercy. No mercy. No relief. Only painful death from planes with United States written on them.
Why did my father’s generation do this? How could they kill all these people – then not know about it?
My father … a decorated, battle field commissioned, combat hardened infantry veteran of Roosevelt’s army, told me as I lay at his feet as a small child listening that “Hitler was bad but the German people were good.” The Germans were “very smart” they just had a bad leader he said. He was proud of his role as a soldier in defeating Germany. And if soldiers are without responsibilities for their role in history then he had more right then many to be proud of his many decorations.
Then in 1984 after discovering the horrible truth about Dresden I spoke to my father about it. I told him more people were killed there in a single night of fire and bombing than in England during the entire war. He said “that is a lie.” He refused to believe me. I stressed to him that they were innocent people. He became angry with me. I asked him why they were killed. His anger boiled over and he said I was believing Nazi propaganda. I said to him “there are no Nazi’s daddy you killed them all, there are only people who study history” while pulling an Encyclopedia Americana from the shelf. The encyclopedia while only admitting to a numerical fraction of the dead at Dresden was yet sufficient to exceed England’s total bombing dead.
“These were refugees fleeing the communists” I said, becoming angry myself. “Why did Roosevelt order it done?“ I demanded of him.
He read it and became silent. He read it again while running his fingers along the words carefully touching the numbers as if to make sure they were there and real. It then dawned on me. He did not know! He had lived through this time and because of a constant flood of propaganda from America’s news media this horrible war crime and others like it had been kept from him.
I could see this troubled him, for it was from him that I acquired the proclivity of taking up the fight for the down trodden, those abused unfairly. He was a kind man and would have never knowingly participated in such cruelty. I left for home then feeling sorry for Dad. I left him to think in peace. My anger at his being a part of those who did this horrible thing abated.
I swear I will not forget the crime against innocent people at Dresden. I will not forget who is responsible. I will not forget! I am but one small life. One dim light in a world covered with the darkness of cruel machinations by evil men. But this little light of mine, I will let it shine! For only by doing so do I serve my reason for existence, for life, for eternity.
I read as a young person that “all that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.” Those words became a part of my soul, my life. Love is put to the test when one takes on the suffering of others – when one becomes a voice against evil for those who have none, a target of abuse for doing nothing but standing for justice.
There is no reward save knowing you have done that which is right. And there is hope. Hope that others will make the light that truth is a part of their life, their existence, so that together we become a bright ray for the future. A light unto the feet of all our fellow men who stumble.
In distant Dresden park they lie in their graves now. Rest my unknown friends, you downtrodden and despised of this world. Though we could not speak the same language if we stood before each other, though I never knew your names, and while your faces I can only imagine, you are my departed loved ones. My heart beats for yours. My mind remembers for yours. My tears for yours…