Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Adolf Hitler - The Greatest Story Never Told



Almost six hours long and a much more exhaustive examination of the Second World War than say Hugh Trevor-Roper's inappropriate selection as official British WWII narrator. Hugh Trevor-Roper was a classics scholar who switched to history and then a WWII spy familiar with disinformation, who later authenticated the fake Hitler diaries

Hugh Trevor Roper was a deliberately bad choice to choose an amateur, when Scotland Yard should have been at the burned bones in Berlin. These have now been proven to belong to a woman rather than Hitler

Another cover-up

The tedious propensity to portray Hitler as the poster boy of evil (he was no more evil than say Churchill and certainly less evil than Stalin) is an epistemological cartoon that is wheeled out on a daily basis to remind people that the historically contrived six million figure is more important than say the 20 million (sometimes 60 million as we lose 40 million corpses in some counts) who died in Russia under Stalin.

All three leaders (Churchill, Stalin and Hitler) were in it for themselves, and there's even proof that FDR could have kept the US out of the war if he had responded to the warnings for Pearl Harbour, which he used to drag the US into the second world war.

This isn't to say that Hitler was a groovy dude. There are many things he did which were inhuman, wicked and power driven. His cultural crackdown on Weimar Berlin and his book burning is a hint of where he would have taken Germany after kicking (actually sponsoring) the Jews out fo Germany, if he had won the war. However he was funded by his American sponsors on Wall St and Jewish bankers in Berlin; so they're all in it together.

It's important to remember that the Nazis sponsored Zionism through the transfer agreement and that the Jews who were left behind, were victims of racism that the Zionists championed moving out of Germany for.

This documentary does have some factual mistakes but it's framework is solid. It's a must see for history buffs and people who like to see conflict from all angles and not the knee jerk, washed-up descriptions that academia and corporate media use.

It's also strewn with corpses all round the planet and is soul crushing to watch.

Never again (Unless its Palestinians, Iraqis, Libyans and Syrians)