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World War II- The Good War For the Bankster Cabal
More of what you were never told about World War II
Let us begin with Father Charles Coughlin, the Radio Priest of the 1930's, who tragically has disappeared down the vast memory hole of those Donald Jeffries often refers to as "The Court Historians". In his book, Crimes and Cover-ups... , Don mentions him twice in passing, although this Early Icon of Broadcast Media deserves much more. In 1926, Bishop Michael Gallagher gave Fr Coughlin the task of building a new parish in Royal Oak, Michigan, then a remote suburb of Detroit. Shortly thereafter, Fr Coughlin took to the airwaves, giving Sunday lessons from the catholic catechism. Some time later, Pius XI, the pope of Catholic Inaction, wrote "Quadragesimo Anno" which inspired Fr Coughlin to focus on the political issues of the day. He quickly became a firebrand, excoriating the International Banking Cabal and the Industrialist Barons. Stumbling upon the whole sordid history of the Federal Reserve while simultaneously researching the Communists, this insightful priest detonated truth bombs which resounded across the fruited plains and mountain chains of North America. The letters poured in from every corner, along with pennies, nickels, and dimes. A monument in stone- the National Shrine of St Theresa the Little Flower, begun in 1929 and completed in 1936- attests to the popularity of this humble priest. In response to a cross burning by the Ku Klux Klan on the lawn of the fledgling church, this bombastic priest shook his fist at geopolitics and built a tower 102' tall and told them: "Burn this cross".
The next person he shook his fist at was President Franklin Roosevelt, whom he began to excoriate as the man who had betrayed America to bankers and communists. His fiery speeches resonated with America, and he quickly became a thorn in the side of Washington politics. At the apex of his broadcast empire, by some estimates, 10 million people were regular listeners of Fr Coughlin, and cracks were starting to appear in the official narratives of sheepledom. Fr Coughlin was a major cause in the rise of Huey Long and the America First Movement, and something had to be done about this upstart priest. The Roosevelt Administration approached the National Catholic Welfare Conference, and Bishop Gallagher was pressured by Cardinal O'Connell of Boston to silence the priest. But Bishop Gallagher, unlike many of his ecclesiastical peers across the tragic history of the Catholic Church in the United States, manfully held his ground, insisting Fr Coughlin taught nothing contrary to faith or morals.
And... This... Is... Where... The... Plot... Thickens.
Not to be rebuffed, O'Connell and the Roosevelt administration took their case to Bishop Gallagher's superior... you know, that man who sits on the Chair of Peter In Rome.
At any rate, Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli, papal secretary of state, in the waning days of September, abruptly cancelled a junket in the Swiss Alps and on October 1st boarded the ocean liner Conte di Savoia, quickly placed at his disposal by the Italian Government of Mussolini, for a six week whirlwind tour of the United States. On October 8th, he was greeted at the pier by Then Bishop Francis Spellman and Then Senator Joseph Kennedy, both colorful individuals, to say the least. During the tour, he knighted Genevieve Garvan Brady a Dame of Malta, held a summit with Cardinal Dennis Joseph Dougherty, was made an honorary Doctor of Notre Dame, visited the headquarters of the Knights of Columbus, and did many other things sundry. Finally, he had a meeting with Franklin Roosevelt in Hyde Park over tea and crumpets on November 5th. And the fact that Fr Coughlin, three days later, announced that November 8th would be his last radio broadcast, had of course nothing to do with Pacelli's visit, especially considering the fact that an angry Bishop Spellman warned the press not to ask the Cardinal any questions about the Radio Priest, as he would absolutely, positively not answer them. Nothing to see here folks, move along...
Meanwhile, Fr Coughlin had not damaged Roosevelt's 1936 campaign enough that a little rigging of the precincts could not fix, but Roosevelt and his masters were obviously looking ahead, to the epochal years that would follow the 1940 election...
Our next topic begins with a little known book: Heroes of the Alcazar, An Authentic Account, by Rodolphe Timmermans. This epic 215-page tome recounts the most dramatic resistance to the communists during the "Spanish Civil War" of 1936 to 1939, in many ways a proxy war between Axis and Allies. The "Spanish Civil War" is an interesting animal, and a case study of the layers of confusion and spin the cabal puts on its operations to get "conspiracy theorists" chasing red herrings and diving down rabbit holes that Joe Atwell calls "limited hangouts".
The Cover Story from the Court Historians is that the forces of Liberty and Democracy had prevailed over the Evil King Alphonso XIII, but then the Forces of Reaction came charging over the hill in the person of Generalissimo Francisco Franco, and plunged Spain into the dark ages of Facism for 30 years, a time so vile that actor Alec Guiness, in 1967, could walk along the streets of Madrid at night and watch a child kick a can down the road while whistling Gregorian Chant. If only some of that scum and villainy could be exported to the present cities of Los Angeles or San Francisco... but I digress.
Meanwhile, with a little research one does find that the knights of liberty and democracy were burning churches and outraging members of the clergy and religious leaders to an extent not seen since the early days of the French Revolution in 1789, and that General Franco, with some help from Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, put down these cutthroats. Meanwhile, Soviet Russia was aiding his opposition, along with a small contingent from the United States, appropriately called the Abraham Lincoln Brigade. (One of their members was a young George Owell. You might have heard about his book depicting a then futuristic dystopian state, called, simply, 1984.)
A little more digging reveals that General Franco was aided by the International Industrialists, and this Wolf suspects they rushed Franco onto the scene for damage control, when they saw that the Carlists, who were the main heroes of the Epic of the Alcazar, were more organized and armed than previously thought. For the Banksters, hardly a worse nightmare than a Carlist Spain could be imagined, except, perhaps, if in 1929 the Cristero Revolt had succeeded in Mexico. (The Banksters had their friend in the Vatican, Pope Pius XI, successfully neutralize that threat, when he encouraged the Cristeros to lay down their arms before El Presidento Plutarco Elías Calles, who then obligingly had them hung from telegraph poles all along the railroad tracks of Mexico as a warning to the children...)
And so they had to be content with some massive damage control. While Franco's Spain did have many journalists and researchers who exposed the International Conspiracy in dribs and drabs, this was nothing compared to what an organized and militant press corps, aided with state funds, could have uncovered while globetrotting amid the underworld of the New World Order. Meanwhile, the Heroes of the Alcazar gave us the only valid response when the Forces of the New World Order come knocking on your door. Keep that powder dry, and NEVER SURRENDER. Die with your boots on.
We will next visit Marshal Petain's Vichy France. The cover story here is that Petain was a puppet of the Evil Nazis, and collaborated with them to take over the world. Nothing could have been further from the truth. Henri Philippe Benoni Omer Pétain was a devout Catholic who detested modern warfare. He was an early opponent of the "furious infantry charge" which he saw as futile against machine guns. He served in the French Army during WW1, rose through the ranks from colonel to become commander-in-chief of the entire French Army before the war's end, a position he would continue to hold until France sued for peace in 1940. While those surrounding him cut and ran, he bravely stood for the honor of his defeated country, and signed the pact with Hitler. The Nazis occupied Northern France, but any reasonable statesman would have seen this as a strategic necessity since London vowed to carry on the war. Meanwhile, France largely preserved its colonial empire, ceding only a part of Indochina to Germany's ally, Japan.
The British, however, were worried that Germany might establish naval bases on Madagascar, threatening the Suez Canal and maritime traffic to India. They also worried that French cooperation with Italy would turn the Mediterranean into an Italian Lake. In no time at all, they acted decisively. By November 1941, rumors were swirling that Petain was going to sell Madagascar to the Japanese, although no such action was ever contemplated. Finally, in May 1942, the British invaded Madagascar, and Petain's soldiers fought bravely against immense odds for six months, before the defenses were finally broken for lack of supplies.
But the British should be even more ashamed of their own "Pearl Harbor". The ink was hardly dry on the papers of the French Armistice of June 25th when the British, after being rebuffed by French Commanders that their African Fleet would not be utilized by the Germans but would remain neutral, decided on a more expedient solution to their concerns. At dawn on July 3rd 1940, they launched a complete surprise attack on the African French Naval base of Mers El Kébir, killing over 1200 French sailors, sinking a battleship and several other ships and damaging half a dozen other battleships considerably, for the loss of a paltry five planes. In retaliation French planes bombed Gilbrater, threatening to escalate hostilities in the western Mediterranean. However, it was Petain who realized this was just more senseless bloodshed, and steered a careful course between preserving the honor of France on the one hand and maintaining an informal, undeclared truce with the British on the other.
Meanwhile, the Catholic religion flourished in France as at no time before the revolution of 1789. Liberal bishops were run out of the country, and devoted men and women flocked to their parishes. Relations with Franco's Spain and Salazar's Portugal blossomed into a miniature version of the Christendom of yore, with pilgrims freely traveling between countries without passports or inspection, a very bright spot in the dark heart of the Europe of the 1940's.
This would all come to an abrupt halt with the ascendancy of Charles de Gaulle as leader of France during and after the war. De Gaulle regarded the supporters and politicians of Vichy France as traitors and Nazi collaborators. Marshal Petain was sentenced to execution but later that sentence was commuted to life imprisonment. De Gaulle proceeded to an all-out purge, and perhaps as many as half a million "Nazi collaborators" including many Catholic clergy, were executed or imprisoned. To his shame, Pope Pius XII supported De Gaulle and sent the liberal Cardinal Roncalli (rumored to be a Freemason) to France to woo an understandably recalcitrant clergy to the cause of the Leader of "Free France". The current horrific state of France can largely be attributed to the twenty or so years of the presidency of Charles de Gaulle. Had Marshal Petain been allowed to preserve the stability of his regime until his death in 1951, the outcome would have undoubtedly been much different.
Finally, we will take a look at the Polish uprising in Warsaw in 1944. For anybody with an ounce of Horse Sense, this uprising is absolutely perplexing. Granted that the Nazi occupation of Poland had been no picnic, why would anybody in the capital of Warsaw think a Soviet occupation would be any better? They had already had two years experience with the Bolsheviks during the Soviet occupation of East Poland before Operation Barbarossa in 1941. Of course, many thought that the Polish Government in Exile in London would return to administer law, but how could anybody think, given the antics of both Stalin and Churchill up to this point, that Poland would be free and unmolested after the war, however the details of its conclusion might have been. For the prudent person, the wisest course of action would have been to possess both Nazi and Soviet flags, and brandish whichever one was appropriate for the day, and meanwhile keep aloof from any political activity. But, no, thousands of Poles were convinced to participate in an uprising against the Germans which "liberated" central Warsaw.
Meanwhile, if the inaction of the Red Army, already at the gates of Warsaw (quite literally) was confusing, the actions of the Germans were even more confusing. One would think, with the Red Army in proximity, the Germans would scamper out of the city and prepare more defensible positions in the countryside. Instead, the Germans would employ valuable resources hunting down and executing the insurgents, engaging them in small arms fusillades, and dynamiting buildings, reducing them to rubble. These actions would be ongoing for over two months while the Red Army essentially behaved as though a cease-fire had been declared.
The only theory that makes any real sense here is that both the Red Army and the Germans were cooperating in the destruction of the last remnants of Christian civilization, represented here by the venerable Polish gentlemen who had survived all purges to this point. While Churchill and a very reluctant Eisenhower attempted to supply Central Warsaw from the air, most of the parachuted cargo laughingly fell into German hands. Even reinforcements from Polish battalions fighting in the Red Army were ultimately ineffective against the Germans. But what was certain was that the heroes of prewar Poland were essentially annihilated when the Red Army finally marched into the city and Poland experienced an even more brutal tyranny than that of the Nazis as they languished behind the "Iron Curtain".
This was just a small part of the outcome of the Yalta conference, which also essentially handed Hungary, Romania, and the entire Balkan Peninsula to Stalin, the only real "winner" of "The Good War".
Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us. You are our only hope.