reply to post by serbsta
I am not so sure, as obviously he either purposefully or foolishly made some tactical blunders that the majority of military strategists would say
never, ever do, if you want to win a war!
So considering all the great Prussian Staff he had, who are practically brought up on studying tactics and maneuvers and doctrine, that he over ruled
at several key junctions leading to battle field disasters???
Can we really rule out he was not trying to win the war?
Once again when you take all the dogmas out of it and look at it as a common sense exercise instead of a, I got a A- in history class exercise, you
see a whole different realm of possibilities once you start to investigate things the history books purposefully omit or gloss over.
Now further, fascism and communism, the Hegelian Thesis versus Anti-Thesis were as diametrically opposed as capitalism and communism are.
So in a lot of ways, when you look at the huge economic cost of the cold war, technically EVERYONE LOST World War II in some significant way, as just
like World War I, once certain short term political objectives were reached the war was ground to a halt, armies frozen in place, and a new conflict,
in a new form, with a new price on the people, quickly popped up as a result.
So considering the intelligence of the people involved at a national leadership level, they sure do either make a lot of tremendous mistakes that have
very predictable outcomes, that suggest that such mistakes wouldn’t be made by the intelligent, or they are actually intelligently looking for those
So once again, it is important to restate, that a good portion of what I am contending, is that there are absolutely no accidents, or coincidences,
everything happens as it is planned to happen, with people being convinced bad outcomes were not the deliberate aims of their politicians by those
politicians and their official historians claiming coincidence and accident.
Now to make this simpler for people stuck in dogmas, who imagine Proto’s thread is a college or high school history quiz.
If the so called independent leaders of the nations, employed the same faulty strategies into running a McDonald’s restaurant they do our nations,
then every other week the restaurant would accidently poison people, coincidentally catch fire, accidentally hire people who would spend billions
trying to find a better way to cook a burger, just to accidently poison people, and coincidentally catch the restaurant on fire, all the while passing
the price of all those accidents and coincidences into a hamburger that would retail for about 1,000,000.00 per burger.
A lot of the dogmas are in fact taught in such a way as to provoke an intense emotional reaction when someone questions them, as opposed to an
Tacticians and strategists of sterling reputation tried to implore Hitler to not make the grave tactical errors he did, yet he committed his armies
and resources to them all the same.
When you stop to realize that the only thing that is rocket science, is rocket science, and best practices and procedures have long been established
prior to that, in how to maneuver in such situations, then one can not rule out Hitler sabotaging his own war.
By the way he would not be the first politician in history who failed to achieve his stated aims by doing things contrary to what would achieve them.
It matters not what people say my friend, it matters what they do!
There are no accidents or coincidences in Proto’s world, everything happens by design. The sooner people realize that, the sooner they can hold the
liars of the world to account, who say one thing and do another.
[edit on 9/6/10 by ProtoplasmicTraveler]