posted on Aug, 31 2014 @ 06:12 AM
originally posted by: lonweld
a reply to: Fibonazi
While I don't agree with everything you say, you are definitely right on a few points. The US needed a boogie man in the 1940's, a reason to go to
war, and hitler supplied that reason. Just like communism supplied that reason for military actions from after the war until late 1980's, then it was
saddam. Then terrorists. Then Osama. Then Kony 2012. Now terrorists again. Pretty soon it will be communism again with russia/china/north korea. We
always have to have a boogie man in our sights to keep the military industrial complex thriving. Hitler was KILLED because his usefulness was, well,
As far as the OP, I've said it before and I will say it again: Wikipedia is a pretty poor "source" to reference because Any schmo can edit it. As
one remembered, bush sr revealed the NWO ideology to the modern day US. And funny enough, he didnt get elected to another term, even after he won the
"police action" in Iraq. Kennedy was assassinated for eluding to such.
Some say the NWO Ideology has been around since the 1800's, a group or groups of the most powerful men shaping the world and causing events to fit
their needs. Search "black pope" or "Georgia guidestones" if you have any doubts that an unseen hand is shaping history as we speak.
Hitler was well aware of how he was playing into the warmonger’s hands, but it was seen as a necessary toll. Also, while the war machine generates
exorbitant profits, it also serves as the obvious weapon/tool it is(theft of resources, fortifying of global strongholds, set up/cut off of trade
routes). The first WW crushed the ottoman and up and coming german empire that Bismarck built. WW2 kept that in check, but barely, as Hitler may have
played into their hands, but he damn near put the whole western movement in it’s place. After reading/listening to items that he and other germans
were saying during that time, I’ve come to say; if Hitler’s speeches were translated to a wider audience, he would have inspired the entire world
to stand against those who were destroying the world. If you listen to many of his speeches, he speaks of the same ills, that the world faces today.
He, along with many others, have tried to warn the world of what was in place, to no avail.
And if I could ask, what specifically do you not agree with?
And I know you were referring to the OP, but if wiki isn’t a good source for WW2 deaths, I can provide a handful of others, without trouble. The
amount of Chinese and soviet civilians slaughtered, are a huge elephant in the international living room…while we see a new movie/book/article about
the holocaust…well...all the time.