Thursday, April 6, 2017

Denazification was just practice

It's always been a popular exercise to try to determine which American President has been the worst. Lincoln usually is in the lead, because of the sublimely stupid and destructive civil war he presided over. FDR gets votes for his putting in place a lot of bureaucratic nightmares and for getting us involved in WWII. Lyndon Johnson, especially to my generation, is often picked as the worst because of the whole Great Society mess, which included the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights Bill, and the 1965 Immigration Act, to name but a few.

But many of us vote for Woodrow Wilson as the worst, and if everything else he's ever done had been wonderful, his dragging us into World War I would be sufficient grounds to brand him as the worst President we've ever had. And it's not that we had huge American casualties. On the contrary, the Civil War and World War II were much worse. It's the effect our entry had on history. First, it led to a virtually unconditional surrender on Germany's part — never called that, but in effect that's what it amounted to. Without our participation in the war, chances are the defeat would have been less overwheming, or the war could even have ended in a stalemate. In either case, a new war twenty years later would have been less inevitable. It was the aftermath of the war that led to future disaster, including World War Two and the aftermath of that.

I've been saying for years that denazification was just practice. The bolshevik-style brainwashing of the German people after World War II was just a test. If they can do it to Germans, they can do it to us, and they've been doing it to us for decades now, and political correctness is just its latest incarnation. And we have our own campus Red Guard enforcing it all.

You know what today is the 100th anniversary of? This is from the Occidental Observer [link]:

The War to End All Peace

F. Roger Devlin and Stephen J. Ross

Today, 6 April 2017, marks the one hundredth anniversary of America’s entry into the First World War, probably the decisive factor in the eventual outcome of that war a year and a half later. Most schoolchildren, if they are taught anything at all about this event, hear it attributed to the German sinking of the Lusitania with American passengers aboard. Many do not know that the Lusitania was a British ship, that its sinking occurred nearly two years before our entry into the war, and that it was carrying a substantial amount of munitions, making it fair game under the laws of war. The existence of the munitions was only publicly acknowledged in 1982 after a salvage operation was announced; the British government finally admitted the truth, citing fear that explosives still inside the wreck might claim a few lives even yet.
Anti-German propaganda made much of the fact that the Lusitania was not a warship, but failed to mention that Britain had commonly disguised its warships to look like merchant ships and even to fly the flags of neutral nations. It was in response to such illegal practices that the German navy adopted a policy of treating any and all ships heading for Britain as potential enemy combatants. In the case of the Lusitania, the German Embassy in Washington even issued public warnings to potential travelers that if they sailed on any ships headed for Britain, they did so at their own risk.
A prominent representative of the New York German-American community also tried to take out ads in 50 major American newspapers, warning Americans of the risk of embarking on any transatlantic voyage to England. Only one paper, the New York Tribune, ran the warning—on the very morning the Lusitania sailed, too late for anyone to make new travel plans.
Also absent from the usual accounts of the Lusitania is the information that it was a response to the British blockade of the Central Powers, illegal under the laws of the Hague and Geneva Conventions, as well as the London Declaration concerning the Laws of Naval War. This blockade led to terrible shortages of food and medicine for German soldiers and civilians alike. The people were largely reduced to subsisting on turnips from 1916 onward, and by the end of the war, malnutrition had contributed to over half a million deaths. Unrestricted submarine warfare was a desperate effort to break through the blockade, and the attack upon the Lusitania was consistent with that announced policy.
These were not the only falsehoods that helped nudge America toward involvement in the bloodletting. The outbreak of war was accompanied by copious propaganda about fictitious German atrocities, such as bayoneting Belgian babies, raping nuns, and nailing Entente prisoners on barn doors. The present authors know of a recent case where a US Marine recruit heard the “bayonetting babies” story in boot camp just within the last few years!
Another atrocity story destined for a great future, was the supposed German Corpse Factory. This lurid tale claimed that the Germans used the corpses of their own war dead for industrial purposes such as producing tallow for candles. This entirely discredited story may have inspired the later holocaust chestnut involving soap made from murdered Jews.
The British government went so far as to appoint a commission to “investigate” the allegations; they dutifully reported back that the stories were true. When historians tried to examine the committee’s papers after the war, these were found to have disappeared. Surviving correspondence makes clear that members were in fact skeptical.
Of course, the greatest fabrication of the whole conflict was the claim that Germany was uniquely responsible for starting the war. The historical record shows that it was Great Britain—and in particular King Edward VII and his Foreign Secretary, Sir Edward Gray—which invested years of diplomatic effort into the isolation and encirclement of Germany. They accomplished their purpose in 1907 when the Triple Entente was established: an alliance between Britain, France and Russia against Germany.
On the home front, America’s entry into the war was accompanied with an intimidation campaignSchmidt to Smith, or Müller to Miller). As a result, many of their descendants are unaware of their German heritage to this day.
against German-Americans, and all things German. Sauerkraut was renamed “Liberty Cabbage”; breeds of dog associated with Germany were at times reportedly killed, and it was not uncommon for German Americans to be assaulted. German language newspapers and periodicals were forced to shut down; German schools and social clubs getting forcibly closed; German churches switched to holding their services in English. Many German families in America even began changing their family names (i.e., from 
Ultimately, as we have seen, such lies employed by Britain, played an important role in whipping up popular support for America’s entry into the conflict. Most Americans, then as now, will support wars if they can be framed as a struggle between good and evil. The priggish Woodrow Wilson promised his countrymen they would be fighting variously the “war to end all war” and to “make the world safe for democracy”—making the venture very much the prototype for today’s so-called humanitarian interventions.
After the guns fell silent, Wilson insisted upon the inclusion of the “War Guilt” clause into the Versailles Treaty, stating that Germany “should, morally, pay for all war costs, but, because it could not possibly afford this, would be asked only to pay for civilian damages.”
Germany was dismembered and forced to pay crushing reparations, wrecking what was left of its economy and making the rise of a revanchiste German nationalist political movement virtually inevitable. But rather than adopt this natural direction of causation, many still prefer to project Hitler back onto the history of Imperial Germany.
The work of the Versailles Treaty was completed by the occupation which followed the Second World War. It is essential to understand that so-called denazification was not limited to eliminating vestiges of National Socialism in the strict sense, but sought to destroy any sense of German pride, identity, and healthy self-respect. And if this did not entirely succeed among those who actually remembered the war, it succeeded beyond its creators’ wildest dreams with those born later, who were happy to think of themselves as morally superior to their parents’ and grandparents’ generation.
Today’s Germany is a kind of Through the Looking Glass anti-German caricature, and it can come as no surprise to anyone who has lived there that the country is now taking the lead in opening up Europe to foreign invasion. They are doing this on the basis of what they were taught by those who defeated them in the two world wars. Denazification was the original form of political correctness, and German guilt was the prototype of today’s White guilt. There is a grim justice in the way such psychological warfare has turned on its original creators, the western allies, who never imagined they would fall victim to what they self-righteously unleashed on a defeated enemy.

Go here for the original, which has some very striking illustrations:
http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2017/04/the-war-to-end-all-peace/#more-146730
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Quibcag: I found the first illustration on Twitter, here: https://twitter.com/drilrei/status/783820796980584450 The second is from Zerochan, and that last is from Pinterest.

7 comments:

  1. Don't forget that during the Wilson administration the Federal Reserve Act was forced through. Wilson was elected after president Taft promised to veto it. This was the 2nd major blow to the united States (note the little 'u') created under the Constitution. The first was the War of Northern Aggression which put through Amendments that have been used to disenfranchise the White posterity. Particularly the 14th, which was ratified unconstitutionally. The 14th Amendment also included the clause in section 4 that, "[t]he validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned." So, now the debt owed to the private banks that own the Federal Reserve shall not be questioned. We shall never be free until we repudiate the debt. And this is why interest and debt are never questioned by the media which represents the group that illegally owns this country.

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  2. This guilt bombing for like 70 years now of Germany has to stop.
    If it doesn't the Germans will destroy Western Civilization. If we're lucky, they'll do it as reconstructed Nazis. If we're less lucky they'll just continue on the path they're on presently.
    Perhaps Trump could make a speech where Reagan did many years before in Berlin. Telling Germans that it is right and proper for them to advocate for their interests as Germans and for their governance to do the same.

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    1. Please elucidate your plan for the Germans to destroy Western Civilization. I am curious to know how a nation of 80 million, a good percentage which aren't even racial Germans, with limited natural resources can destroy the entire West.

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    2. By controlling the EU and browbeating the other nations into accepting lethal payloads of Moslems into their home nations. This destroys Europe and hence the West.

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    3. Except that the EU is failing as we text. Plus, do you think this somehow originated in the mind of Germans, or possibly some other group that has their own agenda?

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  3. Yes, the U.S., by defying and turning from our Founding Father's wisdom has caused as much suffering and death as has Communism. Stay the f*ck out of other peoples' business.

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  4. This just shows that when it comes to (((the enemy))), its better to be an enemy than a friend. (((They))) want you dead, not for facts or actions, but because you are too smart to be fooled forever. Hitler is not just a neurotic tic of theirs. He saw through (((them))) and figured them out. Don't blame him, its what (((they're))) doing now that vindicates him. Hitler wasn't "invading" anyone. He was taking back the German soil that was stolen after the War. The Germans were tolerant and friendly to the (((parasite))). You see now what that gets you.

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