Posted by Skook on 24 April, 2011 at 8:14 pm. 12 comments already!


The Year is 1933, Von Hindenburg has just made Hitler the Chancellor and the games are about to begin

History once called on a Socialist to stand against a dictator, but it was hard for the most famous of such antagonists to go to war: there was a certain reluctance at least, for in truth, both were dictators and Socialists. Modern day Socialists regard one of them as a saint and they refuse to acknowledge the other one.

The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, the Left’s preferred name for the Treaty of Non-Aggression between Germany and the Soviet Union, was a non-aggression treaty signed in Moscow between the National Socialists of Germany and the Soviets on August 23, 1939. The basic premise, according to Leftist history, was that each side agreed to stay neutral if the other nation was attacked by a third nation; however, the secretive nature of the agreement was far more insidious in nature and revealed the imperialist intentions of both the National Socialists and the Soviets. Written in the agreement was a secret protocol to divide Poland and for the acquisition of the countries of Northern and Eastern Europe through a plan of mutual and cooperative imperialism: it used the popular leftist practice of using benign sounding jingoism to politely refer to this naked aggression and imperialism as “territorial and political rearrangements”. It was in force until Germany launched an attack against the Soviet Union on June 22, 1941.

To mask his imperialist plans, one of Hitler’s early foreign policy initiatives was a non-aggression pact with Poland, during January 1934. An unpopular move, because Poland was given the German provinces of West Prussia, Pozan, and Upper Silesia through the Treaty of Versailles after World War I. For Hitler, the non-aggression pact was a device to decrease the possibility of a French Polish alliance towards Germany before Germany had the opportunity to rearm and attack.

Post World War Germany was angered and seething over the treaty of Versailles and resentment was building; thus the stage was arranged for the corporal who promised to make amends for Germany’s humiliation by the treaty of Versailles. France and England were sickened over the sacrifices of the Great War and wanted to avoid confrontation at all costs. By making limited concessions to German demands, they hoped to avoid a repeat of the great war. Thus while France and England hoped to avoid war, Germany continued to gear up for war and the conquest of land lost by the Treaty of Versailles plus infinitely more territory.

In 1938, neither France or Germany was prepared to go to war; yet, they acquiesced to Germany’s demands that it must rearm during the period of 1935 to 37. The desire of the French and British for peace and their willingness to appease Hitler gave confidence to the German people and led them to believe that England and France’s no longer had the stomach for war. They began to appreciate the former corporal who was restoring Germany’s honor among the nations of the world.

Britain and France essentially acquiesced to Germany’s rearmament (1935-1937), the remilitarization of the Rhineland (1936), and the annexation of Austria (March 1938). In September 1938, after signing away the Czech border regions, known as the Sudetenland, to Germany at the Munich conference, British and French leaders pressured France’s ally, Czechoslovakia, to yield to Germany’s demand for the incorporation of those regions. Despite Anglo-French guarantees of the integrity of rump Czechoslovakia, the Germans dismembered the Czechoslovak state in March 1939 in violation of the Munich agreement. Britain and France responded by guaranteeing the integrity of the Polish state. Hitler responded by negotiating a nonaggression pact with the Soviet Union in the summer of 1939. The German-Soviet Pact of August 1939, which stated that Poland was to be partitioned between the two powers, enabled Germany to attack Poland without the fear of Soviet intervention.

On September 1, 1939, Germany invaded Poland. The Polish army was defeated within weeks of the invasion. From East Prussia and Germany in the north and Silesia and Slovakia in the south, German units, with more than 2,000 tanks and over 1,000 planes, broke through Polish defenses along the border and advanced on Warsaw in a massive encirclement attack. After heavy shelling and bombing, Warsaw surrendered to the Germans on September 27, 1939. Britain and France, standing by their guarantee of Poland’s border, had declared war on Germany on September 3, 1939. The Soviet Union invaded eastern Poland on September 17, 1939. The demarcation line for the partition of German- and Soviet-occupied Poland was along the Bug River.

In October 1939, Germany directly annexed those former Polish territories along German’s eastern border: West Prussia, Poznan, Upper Silesia, and the former Free City of Danzig. The remainder of German-occupied Poland (including the cities of Warsaw, Krakow, Radom, and Lublin) was organized as the so-called Generalgouvernement (General Government) under a civilian governor general, the Nazi party lawyer Hans Frank.

Nazi Germany occupied the remainder of Poland when it invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941. Poland remained under German occupation until January 1945.

Poland was their first official act of mutual and beneficial acquisition through an act of planned aggression; the history books only mention the “Bad” National Socialists invasion of Poland on September 1, but those “Good” Socialists led by Josef Stalin invaded Poland on September 17 in their prearranged division of Poland.

The irony of history is that the beautiful marriage of the two forms of Socialism, that were both firmly rooted in genocide, was condemned to distrust and eventually came to dissolution or the splitting of the matrimonial sheets. Like most divorces, one side is portrayed as the most fair, even in the most perverse and diabolical unions: the Soviet Union has been cast as the blushing virtuous bride who was led down the garden path and ravaged by the National Socialist Workers Party, a brutish and evil rapist who doesn’t deserve to ever be called Socialist because of their inhumane and unrefined genocides. The Soviets could conduct their genocides with style and class and can wear the term Socialist with pride, especially their chief benefactor Josef Stalin. After the Winter War, the Soviet Union annexed Eastern Finland and followed up with acquisitions of Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Bessarabia, Northern Bukovina, and Hertza region.

A Pernicious Veil Over The Truth

Although history was being written in favor of the Soviets by many Leftists, Franklin Delanor Roosevelt initiated the official bias for the Soviets partially because of a peculiar attraction for Stalin, a mid-twentieth century bromance that was probably a one sided love affair, for Stalin had FDR’s administration riddled with Soviet spies.

Whittaker Chambers, a former spy for Stalin, who became disillusioned after the purges and genocides, identified a multitude of Soviet spies within FDR’s administration including some of his most trusted advisors. His book, “Witness” was powerful enough to convince a New Deal Democrat to become a leading Conservative, that particular politician was Ronald Reagan.


(Watch the video and learn some of the truth about Socialism. The truth that our Socialist Union indoctrinators known as teachers are either ignorant of or participate willingly as part of the continuous cover-up of lies and deceit known as Socialism. I promise, there will be more in the near future to expose to your children and friends who have been duped by the Socialist brain washers.)

As Chambers wrote in “Witness”:

The simple fact is that when I took up my little sling and aimed at Communism, I also hit something else. What I hit was the forces of that great socialist revolution, which in the name of liberalism (emphasis added) spasmodically, incompletely, somewhat formlessly, but always in the same direction, has been inching its ice cap over the nation for two decades. This is not a charge. My opinion of that revolution is not at issue. It is a statement of fact that need startle no one who has voted for that revolution in whole or in part, and, consciously or unconsciously, a majority of the nation has so voted for years….

President Obama desperately needed a military campaign to boost his image as a strong leader who will stand up to oppression and to bolster the morale of a public saddened by the economy and the loss of America’s prestige and exceptionalism. North Korea and Iran are too formidable and either one would take a major commitment of money, American lives, and would drag on for at least the term of his next presidency. The perfect Vanity War would be a small dictator that America hates. Gaddahfi’s Libya seemed like the perfect conquest; there is a great deal of American enmity towards Gaddahfi; especially, after the Pan Am bombing and the public’s reaction to the freeing of the homicidal maniac who planned the murders along with the mounting evidence that Obama might have known all along about the trading of a killer for oil, it was time for Obama to make amends.

Gaddahfi had a Civil War in his country and threatened retribution: a perfect opportunity for Obama to regain prominence and become a hero to the world.

With diplomatic firmness tinged with capitulation, Obama demanded: Ceasefire or…we’ll do something. Gadahffi, after over forty years of totalitarian control, ignored Obama’s impotent threats.

Thankfully, there was support from Europe, so Obama could make speeches about how the US wouldn’t put boots on the ground and we would create a no-fly zone, that surprisingly includes bombing tanks, troop carriers, and presidential palaces, but the wily desert fox is still in power and Obama’s Vanity War drags on.

While Obama pontificates about the compassion of his Socialism, we are expected to ignore the millions of dead Ukrainians resulting from the Soviet Holdomor (genocide by starvation) long before Hitler’s black trains were painted. This is the seminal group that has formed the Socialist movement that has spawned the Obama Myth and the American Socialist movement. Not that we didn’t need their help defeating the National Socialists, 400,000 Soviets were killed fighting the Hitler Youth and old men defending Berlin, after defeat was inevitable and the war was over.

Today’s parallels with the history leading up to WW II are interesting and show a sign of macabre humor. An International Socialist president is confronting a tyrant who is for all purposes a National Socialist, they seemed to be good friends and then one turns on the other planning on a quick victory. The groundwork is laid for World War and the tyrant who is under attack is trying to encourage Christian versus Muslim world war if for no other reason than to take the pressure off his own neck.

During WW II, both Socialist leaders wanted to depopulate the world and replace the people with their own. In this struggle, many radical Muslims want to depopulate the world and replace them all with the Faithful. The killing is just getting started and as it escalates, it will illustrate the problem with electing a pop cult hero as opposed to electing a qualified leader.

At one time, the world respected America’s wrath and justice towards war criminals. Now our system of justice toward war criminals is a continuous joke among those who deal in evil, but seek justice in America’s civilian court system.

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