A reminder that the real monsters of World War II were the Allies

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The 60th anniversary of apportioning of overrun Germany was followed by the sickening division of what was once Europe’s greatest city by the West and the Soviet Union. Mainstream media having earlier praised to the heavens the Stalinist Soviet Union pirouetted. The media – for a naïve public, appeared hostile to their former allies to whom they had handed 21 European nations to as recently as 1945.

Barbed wire barriers at the Brandenburg Gate were replaced by the Berlin Wall in 1961

How ironic when the same swallow anything British and the citizens of the West had been told the war was all about protecting Poland’s independence. Poland too was handed over to the Soviet Red Army in 1945. Until August 13, 1961the people of the Divided City of Berlin were still able to move around freely in the city. That is, until August 13, 1961.

Brandenburg Gate Closed…

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Hungary awarded first price in short Documentary „Genozid in Engerau“ („Népirtás Pozsonyligetfalun“)

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Hungary awarded first price in short Documentary FW: Auch im Namen der Eltern, Dank an Ungarn für den Film „Genozid in Engerau“ („Népirtás Pozsonyligetfalun“).

It is extremely important that suppressed Atrocities committed by the “Allies” are being exposed to the world.

The documentary “Genozid in Engerau” was directed by Dávid Géczy and Zoltán Udvardy and produced by Fruzsina Skrabski.The film deals with the camp system in Engerau, a suburb of Pressburg south of the Danube (Hungarian. Pozsonyligetfalu, today Slovak. Petrzalka), where thousands of Hungarians and Germans who lived in and around Pressburg were deported in the last weeks of the Second World War.

In the internment and concentration camp, which was in operation from 1945 to 1947, lived almost exclusively Hungarian and German civilians and their families.The documentary reveals the story of the almost 100 Hungarian prisoners who were executed in this camp.In the film you can hear, among other…

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A fascinating Interview with German Survivors of Allied Atrocities

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The League of Extraordinary Revisionists Presents The German Story The German Way, a fascinating Interview and discussion with German Survivors of Allied Atrocities Rosemarie and Karin in Canada, in July 2016, by Diane King.

The Story of Rosemarie (German Survivor)

The Interview by Diane King with French Subtitles done by didi 18.

Rosemarie, Her Mother and Sister Ingeburg in 1943 in Oberlungwitz

Rosemarie and Her Father in 1943 in Oberlungwitz

The real Holocaust was suffered by the German People then and now. After the war’s end, the sinister GERMANY MUST PERISH dogma was savagely unleashed on the defeated former foe. It is estimated that 14 million Germans perished after the war’s end as a deliberate population control policy. No on, to my knowledge, has ever claimed this figure to be an exaggeration. The scars the Allied Atrocities left behind will never heal. We still have to endure…

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The Banality of Allied Evil as 18-Year-Old Youth gunned down and left to die by cops

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As a 100-year-old former German conscript and numerous other former conscripts are hounded and gaoled for life merely for being sentries at wartime holding facilities it is interesting to contrast the current press coverage with the same media’s now silence on a crime committed by Border Police a generation later ~ during peacetime.

Peter Fechter, an 18-year-old teenage Germanapprentice bricklayerbecame one of the hundreds who died, maimed for life or gaoled for their in their attempts to flee the Soviet Union. The USSR (1922-1990) was then ruled by the First Secretary Nikita Khrushchev who was celebrated and fawned upon by Western politicians and media journalists.

Peter Fechter was born on 14 January 1944, inBerlin,Germany, during the final years ofWorld War II. Fechter was the third of four children and was raised in theWeißenseedistrict of Berlin.

After the triumphant Allies ~ the united armed forces of the Soviet, British and American…

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A military chaplain rescues a child sold for his organs.

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The story of Father Ignacio María Doñoro de los Río is worthy of the greatest James Bond.The 57-year-old former military chaplain has been nominated to receive thePrincess of Asturias Prizein the Concord category.This is to reward his work for 25 years with young victims of extreme poverty and against human trafficking.

Endowed with great courage, he stood out in the 1990s during a special mission to El Salvador with the Spanish National Police Force.It was at this time that he saved from certain death a child ready to be sold for his organs.

This story begins in a family of five children.Among them, Manuel, 14 years old who suffers from paralysis.His parents, very poor, decide to sell him to make some money and feed their four other daughters.

They only ask for $25.Quickly, many buyers show up.But not just any.They are criminals with a clear objective: to kill…

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French, Greeks and Norwegians but what other allies did Britain betray?

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There is one good saying that perfectly characterises the attitude of Britain towards its allies:‘Britain has no permanent enemies and permanent friends, it has only constant interests.’

In history, Britain’s ruling elite, instead of open confrontation, always chose the path of intrigue and political manipulation. Take just the period of the 20th century. At this time, there were already two World Wars where England did not behave ‘like a gentleman’ with her allies.

World War I

In World War I, a sorely provoked Germany attacked France through Belgium. It was pointless to attack France head-on because of the powerful system of fortifications. By the way, the Germans repeated this trick during World War II.

After the strike in Belgium,England declared war on Germany.However, instead of a full-scale operation, England landed a small army of5 divisions, which, after the very first German attacks, began to think about an offensive.

The English General John French realised that the French were not the best…

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