reply to post by Germanicus
I get what you are saying but no matter who was backing him Hitler still had to earn the respect and faith of the backers.
Hitler was no mindless puppet.
I am inclined to disagree.
I refer to the culprit as "the banks;" by which I mean the financial institutions who have successfully forged a world where their "model" of
economy is sacrosanct.... but that is another story.
Let us presume that in order to execute the grand scheme he envisioned, Hitler must have access to great wealth. There is no way to account for the
massive amounts of wealth without recognizing the need for banking transactions.... by the 20th century, the major banking concerns were tied together
in a transnational web which took full advantage of the recent advances in communications technology. They used that advantage well.
The most singular common element of all war is wealth-taking. (It is particularly lucrative if you 'channel' that wealth as you see fit.) Not only
have the banks been central to warfare since the dawn of banking, but the traditional 'family' banking empires had become economic royalty.
These families and their associates had 'purchased' their way into positions no sane person would ever cede to them.
I find it highly likely that Hitler, this smart "vagabond," and his passionate obsessions were the perfect vehicle to once again, take the wealth
from nations. All it took was a theatrical production... the kind we still see in use today. I find it evidenced in the a most popular false flag
attack which I am sure I needn't recount.
The entire execution of the 'distraction' was heinously monstrous. And the victors weren't the Allies.... the victors were those who made
billions... the banks. This, at a time where such a number was considered unimaginable... never mind in money.
Perhaps to many it seems unreasonably evil to contrive a situation where masses of people are slaughtered just to increase one's own wealth and
power. Perhaps they believe no bankers, no matter the level, could be so inhuman... so detached... so corporate.
I propose they are just as capable of institutional sociopathy as Hitler, or Himmler, Goebels, or Mengele.
In fact they would have to be, in order to have eagerly sought to prop up the Hilter regime. And that, they did.
I think it was a doomed experiment... one where the only winners were the bankers.... as usual. And I cannot convince myself that the financial
institutions didn't know that. In fact, they may even have been so presumptuous as to have planned it that way.
Perhaps Hitler realized this towards the end. I suppose I won't ever know.
Means - Bankers.... Motive... Banking .... Opportunity... The Bank.
Then and now, the financial community own most everything of value, has a hand in most everything, is needed by most everyone, and fairly well control
all wealth...... it's no wonder the story about WWII is centered around anything BUT the banks.... the circle of true "owners" is virtually
hermetically sealed... those responsible could not begin to account for the long list of human tragedies they financed... thus far.
The German economic machine is no more or less resilient than any other. Economies are illusory controls based upon fiat mathematics... it is a
contrivance of convenience. It is for the financial cartel...