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War Stories You Won’t Find Anywhere Else on the 75th Anniversary of D-Day

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Countless stories of World War II will be told today, the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion. They will be tales of American heroism and sacrifice on the beaches of Normandy. But there are just as many inconvenient stories about the war with Germany and the Axis nations that have been hidden away.

Documenting and sharing hidden history is one of the main missions of this website — but please know that we in no way do we mean to diminish the contributions of those who bravely and gallantly served during WWII. We are simply adding color to the black-and-white picture of the war. We are doing this because of the war we are fighting today: the war on truth.

Fundamentally, WWII was a devastating example of kakistocracy and rule by psychopaths on all sides. The Nazi psychopathy is available to such a degree that the History Channel is nicknamed the “Hitler Channel.” The Allied-victor psychopathy aspect of the history, on the other hand, is deflected and hidden away. After 75 years, the rest of the story is long overdue.

Before the War

The lengthy, decades-old, but must-see documentaryThe Money Masters: The Rise of the Bankers” illustrates the history of the dubious role of bankers in financing and furthering wars.

During the War

Neocon Stooge Winston Churchill Bought and Paid For By Jewish Interests

The Non-Existent Trial of British War Criminal and Monster Frederick Lindemann

Winston Churchill and the 1943 Starvation of 4 Million in Bengal

After 75 years is it finally Ok to acknowledge the valor and fighting skills of German soldiers in the same manner say of Soviet Russian soldiers? We think so.

‘Black Baron’ Tank Ace Michael Wittmann: The Greatest Unsung Soldier of All Time

After the War

“After the Reich: The Brutal History of the Allied Occupation” by Giles MacDonogh (2007, Basic Books) is a must-read and available free in .pdf. As Max Hastings for London’s Sunday Times describes in his book review, millions of Germans died in post-war captivity from hunger and violence and, above all, during the expulsions of ethnic Germans from the East.

“MacDonogh’s book tells the saga from the liberation of Vienna to the 1948 Berlin airlift and 1949 formation of Konrad Adenauer’s government in Bonn. It makes grimmer reading than most war stories, because there is little redemptive courage or virtue. Here is a catalog of pillage, rape, starvation, inhumanity, and suffering on a titanic scale,” Hastings writes. “The book brings together many stories that deserve to be much better known in the West.”

Patton Assassinated to Suppress His Criticism of Post-War Policy

Churchill Sent 2 Million Russian Refugees to Certain Death at End of WWII

Operation Keelhaul: The Repatriation of Anti-Communists to Stalin and Death

Did US Treasury Secretary Morganthau Provide Currency Printing Plates to Soviets? And the Instrumental Role of Spy Harry White

MKULTRA Scientist Ewen Cameron and His Prize Subject, Rudolf Hess

Winter Watch Takeaway

The Normandy American Cemetery is close to Omaha Beach in Colleville-sur-Mer, on the Normandy coast, northwestern France. PHOTO: Damien Meyer/AFP/Getty

5 Comments on War Stories You Won’t Find Anywhere Else on the 75th Anniversary of D-Day

  1. Franklin Roosevelt ordered American fighter pilots flying over Germany to machinegun anything that moved. Passenger trains crowded with women and children were to be machinegunned, even little kids walking to school were to be shot.

  2. The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attack_on_Pearl_Harbor

    The attack commenced at 7:48 a.m. Hawaiian Time (18:18 GMT).[nb 4][17]

    The following day, December 8, Congress declared war on Japan

    Time difference in Tokyo, Japan is +11 hours from Hawaii time
    https://24timezones.com/difference/us-hi/japan

    The Pearl Harbor attack, in Japan time was on December 8, 1941

    December 7, 1941 (December 8 in Japan), the “date that will live in infamy,” saw the Japanese surprise attack at Pearl Harbor …
    https://networks.h-net.org/node/11765/reviews/11921/kolb-bartsch-december-8-1941-macarthurs-pearl-harbor

    The same day that the US Declared War on Japan.

    Operation Overlord – the D-Day Normandy landings on June 6, 1944 occurred :

    911 days later

    https://www.timeanddate.com/date/durationresult.html?m1=12&d1=8&y1=1941&m2=6&d2=6&y2=1944

    MG

    • Yes, Japan attacks Pearl Harbor, America wastes no time declaring war on Japan, eventually dropping nuclear bombs on two Japanese towns, totally unnecessary as the war had already been won.

      Israel attacks the USS Liberty, America does everything to sweep the incident under the carpet, threatens Navy personnel from talking about it, increases aid to Israel, and 52 years later it is clear to anyone with their eyes open that America has become an Israeli vassal state, totally at the beck and call of Tel Aviv.

      Exactly the same thing happened in 1946, this time the British kow-towed to the Israelis, when the Irgun bombed the King David Hotel killing scores of British Nationals. The country that had just defeated Hitler, meekly left, got out of the way, which is exactly what the Israeli terrorists wanted.

      Clearly the Israel project is bigger than America, bigger than the U.K., bigger than Europe. The forces behind the Israel project control world finances, and Western governments. American “Independence” is a total myth. The 4th of July is total humbug, meaningless “feel good” propaganda.

    • Russ has done a lot of good work on the topic. Highly doubt the date and time was some cowinkydink given the extent to which these operations are planned. It probably had a two-fold purpose: first, to terrorize religious Nazis; and second, to please the masters at the newly opened Pentagram — ahem, I mean Pentagon. Another cowinkydink for ya: 9/11 was the Pentagon’s 60th anniversary of its groundbreaking ceremony for its new war department.

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