Why Germany invaded Poland 1939-The Bromberg Massacres by NKVD Jews.

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Published on 14 Feb 2022 / In Jewish Genocides

⁣“I asked Joe Kennedy (US Ambassador in London, father of future US President, John F. Kennedy) about his talks with Roosevelt and Chamberlain in 1938. He said it had been Chamberlain’s belief in 1939 that Great Britain had nothing in its hands to fight and therefore wouldn’t dare go to war against Hitler… Neither the French nor the English would have made Poland a motivation for war, if they hadn’t been continually spurred on by Washington… America and the World-Jewry have driven England to war.”
∼ US Defence Minister, James Forrestal, 27/12/1945 in his diary (The Forrestal Diaries, New York, 1951, S 121 ff)
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cybergrind
cybergrind 2 months ago

Thanks, I'd like to hear more of Hitler's speeches. His words are just a complete contrast to the barbarian they portray him to be.

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cybergrind
cybergrind 2 months ago

@LouisMarschalko: Very interesting indeed, thank you

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LouisMarschalko
LouisMarschalko 2 months ago

@cybergrind: You're welcome ..
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LouisMarschalko
LouisMarschalko 6 months ago

Poland apparently considered Hitler’s solution, however, with the ongoing political manipulations, Poland is urged by Franklin.D Roosevelt to not make any deals with Germany. Germans stranded in the stolen ‘corridor’ and the “free city” of Danzig were abused and denied their right of self-determination. There, they were continually being subjected to beatings, imprisonment (for as little as speaking German) and bestial attacks by Jewish Partisans, Polish Officers and Bolshevik NKVD Operatives.
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LouisMarschalko
LouisMarschalko 6 months ago

On the 3rd of September 1939, King George VI read the famous ‘Kings Speech’ addressing the British nation and the world. The speech that began with, “In this grave hour, perhaps the most fateful in our history …” was to inform the world that Germany had allegedly invaded a sovereign nation, that the world was at war due to this military attack and the Allies of the world should unite steadfastly against this purportedly – Surprise Aggression – of a common enemy to all peaceful peoples… However, the draft of this speech is dated the 25th of August, 1939 – a week before Germany entered the Corridor to liberate the German people and 9 days before the King delivered the speech. This indicates that Britain had plans to ‘Declare War on Germany’ before the Wehrmacht entered new-Poland to liberate the German people… thus, Britain’s ‘Declaration’ was not a reactionary response to a surprise invasion. Further, the typed document, which was actually the second draft of the speech, was retained by civil servant Harold Vale Rhodes, who had previously written a first attempt (date unknown). In a penciled note in the left-hand margin, Mr Rhodes criticised the length of some of the sentences in the second draft and hinted that his should be used.
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