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World War II- The Planned Conflict We Were Never Told About
And World War III- The Planned Conflict I am Trying to Talk About
Currently I am reading- devouring is a more appropriate word- Crimes and Cover-Ups in American Politics 1776-1963 (For those interested, the first volume of the same name covers the Crimes and Cover-Ups from 1963 to the present, highlighting the JFK Assassination.) by Donald Jeffries. While some sections had this Wolf's jaw scraping the ground, especially the parts concerning the "Civil War" and our Fuhrer, Abraham Lincoln, the section on World War II is somewhat inaccurate. So I am going to pick on Don just a little bit in order to further explain some of the topics he discusses about which the reader might be somewhat perplexed.
The first is Rudolf (Rudolph) Hess, who was captured by the British a few days after he "bailed out" of a plane over Scotland. Don seems to think this was an "individual effort" on the part of Hess to broker a truce between England and Germany. Nothing could be further from the truth. Hess was acting as an official liaison from the "Third Reich" Researchers have, in fact, discovered quite a cache of documentation that Adolf Hitler had been involved in prolonged efforts to sue for peace with Britain. He completely allowed the British Expeditionary Force, for example, to evacuate across the channel, an episode historians refer to as the "Miracle of Dunkirk". Hitler apparently told one of the top Luftwaffe fighter commanders taking part in the "Battle of Britain" that "I do not like this. We have so much in common with our fellow Englishman and you must realize I am forced to do this- this annoying war with England." "Then why did Germany bomb London?" one might ask. The answer would surprise many- the British had been bombing Germany unprovoked for months. The British even bombed schoolyards, according to some reports. The brave effort of Rudolf Hess was a last ditch effort to attain peace by doing an end around Churchill and his warmongering parliament by trying to get in contact with his relatives at Windsor Castle. The reason Hess was not executed is because of the acute embarrassment this would have caused the British and French abroad. And so he was confined to a lonely prison because this man had so much dangerous information.
(This is all a more subtle cover story- more on that later…)
If Hess had been interviewed, for example, he probably would have said the following things: First, any notion Hitler and the Nazis wanted to conquer the world, or even greater Europe, was preposterous. Hitler had been merely trying to resurrect the Empire of Bismarck, for better or ill. (This is actually a cover story, as we shall see later, but let's follow the thread for now.) The Anschluss, the occupation of Sudetenland, and the tensions with Poland all have one thing in common- Germany was trying to recover lands that had been a part of greater Germany for centuries, were filled with ethnic Germans, but had been bequeathed to Poland and Czechoslovakia by the Versailles Treaty. (To this day, Poland and Russia occupy territory that for many centuries had been a part of Germany. Greater Poland is actually located much further East, occupied by what is called Bielorussia today, as well as parts of far western Ukraine.)
Hess would have also laughed at the notion Hitler wanted to exterminate the Jews.
He would have detailed the history of Germany deporting Jews to Palestine after paying them a fair price for all their lands confiscated by the Reich. The Jewish Zionists even negotiated with the Nazis the so-called "transfer agreement" which even had official coins and postage stamps.
Don also mentions the strange deaths of General George Patton and Secretary of Defense James Forrestal, along with the strange circumstances surrounding the death of President Roosevelt. But this is just the tip of a very large iceberg. Many other strange deaths occurred in the course of the war of high ranking officials. And also deaths that should be listed as strange, but usually are not- in particular, those of General Erwin Rommel and Grand Admiral Isoruku Yamamoto.
On page 243 of his book Don says that "...Upon receiving news of the attack on Pearl Harbor, [General Douglas] MacArthur oddly locked himself in his room and refused to meet with his air commander. He also refrained from attacking Japanese forces on Formosa [Taiwan] after being ordered to by the War Department..."
And now, as Paul Harvey would say, the rest of the story.
Some of you may have heard of "Yamashita's Gold", also known as "Operation Golden Lily". After the war, treasure troves of plunder the Japanese looted from banks, temples, and mansions all along the Pacific Rim have been uncovered in the Philippines, and persistent stories of much more massive inventories being secretly relocated and repurposed by the United States and Filipino governments persist. Moreover, some might have heard of the perplexing story of the "Japanese '57 Bonds". And some are mystified why the Nazi leaders were executed for war crimes but Emperor Hirohito lived placidly into his '80's.
Don also mentions in his book the atrocious Japanese "medical" experiments conducted by the infamous doctor, Shiro Ishii. He headed "Unit 731" of the infamous- or should be- "operation Cherry Blossom" (Not to be confused with the purported "Operation Cherry Blossoms at Night" which is a mythical Japanese operation to bomb the Northwest United States with bubonic plague, rumors of which spread fear and panic amid populations of the United States' west coast in 1942.)
So let us now take all the scattered pieces and put them together.
The conflict we call "World War II" was actually planned many years in advance. Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini, Hirohito, Chaing, and many of the "leaders" of the world were purposefully installed to carry out a master plan concocted far back in 1870 to use three gargantuan conflicts in order to immerse the whole world in a "New World Order". In Particular, plans for World War II were formalized on January 29th, 1938. (Oh Wolf, the dear reader is saying, you are truly off your proverbial rocker. "Are you telling me that all the governments of the world are just puppets in the hands of an overarching, yet concealed cabal? You need to get your tinfoil head examined.") (Well, just read on...)
Let us start with the treaty of Versailles, which guaranteed a "perfect storm". Anybody familiar with the history of World War One knows that Britain, in particular, and not Germany, was, at least superficially, primarily responsible for this conflict. The British had entered into a solemn pact with France after the latter was humiliated in the Franco-Prussian war, and also into negotiations with Czarist Russia, in an obvious attempt to try and isolate Germany in central Europe and keep its burgeoning, modernized factory economy from accessing overseas commerce. The British also embarked on a breathtaking plan of naval expansion designed to intimidate German shipping and trade partners, especially in Africa. Germany for its part reacted by forging alliances with Italy, the decaying Austro-Hungarian Empire, and the ossified Ottoman Empire, so that it might have access to petroleum reserves abroad, as it lacked these at home.
World War I ostensibly started with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand (the license plate of his car reads "A 11 11 18"- That's Armistice Nov 11th 1918, the planned end of the planned conflict four years later.) on the 28th of June 1914. What should have been an internal matter between the Hapsburgs and the Duchy of Bosnia became instead the fuse that would ignite a powder keg after the British ostensibly pressured Russia to get involved against Austria-Hungary. Tensions quickly escalated while populations which had been stoked for this conflict over the last decade willingly lined up as sheep for the slaughter. The French were eager to avenge their humiliation of thirty years previous. The British saw this as the sequel to the eminently successful Boer Wars. The Hapsburgs saw the coming conflict as the perfect opportunity to expand into the Balkans, and Germany was exhilarated at the prospect of replacing England on the High Seas. All thought the war would be short, relatively bloodless, and highly successful. They had no idea that military technology would quickly favor the defender, making battlefields slaughter grounds.
After two years of bitter struggle, Germany was starting to prevail in 1916. Her industry and especially her metals were superior to those of England, and her submarines were decimating the British Navy. But then the United States entered the conflict, and a stalemate ensued. Meanwhile, Germany was the victim of obvious subversion, a fact Adolf Hitler would exploit many years later. And so Germany surrendered, even though not one inch of her territory had been invaded, and allowed herself to be carved up to serve "the self-determination of nations" as United States President Woodrow Wilson put it.
The German people were being set up by the "International Bankers", and their resentment was every bit intended and calculated. The stage had been set for the rise of the charismatic Nazi party, which would be financed by such people as Prescott Bush, although that is largely a cover story. What really enabled Adolf Hitler and the Nazis was the very Banking System they were allegedly fighting. The Nazis quickly ingratiated themselves with the people of Germany by quickly ridding the cities of the instability caused by the "communist revolutionaries" and restored moral decency, especially in Berlin, which had gained the reputation of being the "pervert capitol" of Europe. And of course, there was the German "economic miracle" of the 1930's, which guaranteed the support of the general population for Nazi policies. Meanwhile, Nazi "atrocities" are largely mythical, or exaggerated. Hitler did rule Germany with an iron hand, but was largely applauded by a population brainwashed by propaganda and subversive operations on the part of the "Banksters".
With very little prodding, the German people were the willing participants in the "Bankster Holocuast".
Now, let us see how World War II was choreographed. We will start with the European theatre. We will also cover some events that have largely disappeared down the memory holes of what Donald Jeffries refers to as "The Court Historians".
The cover story for World War II usually has it starting with the Nazi "invasion" of Austria in 1938, during the waning days of the pontificate of Pius XI. What is usually left unmentioned is that the Austrians met the oncoming German soldiers with beer and flowers. For years afterward, both Germans and Austrians would laugh over the "Bloomenkrieg", the "War of Flowers". Then, Germany wanted to annex the Sudatenland, that part of Czechoslovakia annexed from Prussia after World War I. The "court historians" will tell you that Hitler was just taking step after step to conquer Europe, and that the British and French had to determine just how far they would let Germany go. They will tell you Hitler duped Neville Chamberlain into proclaiming "peace in our time". Then they will tell you that the Molotov-Von Ribbontrop pact was Hitler's preparation for the invasion of Poland, and that certainly appears to be the case. But what they will not tell you is the British were inciting the Polish to commit atrocities against the indigenous Germans and force them to flee to Danzig and Leipzig, where huge refugee encampments formed. And so the German people felt Hitler was fully justified when the tanks rolled into Poland on the 1st of September 1939.
For Britain and France, however, this was the proverbial line in the sand, and they declared war. (Belgium remained ostensibly neutral, even though Belgium troops had along with French Troops occupied the Ruhr industrial district of Germany some years earlier to plunder in lieu of "reparations" demanded under the treaty of Versailles, when Germany missed several payments, something the German people did not forget.)
(The British and French, for all the crocodile tears allegedly shed over the sovereignty and self-determination of the Polish people, were loudly silent about the Russian part of the invasion of Poland, which began just days after the German action, and also did nothing two months later when Russia invaded Finland. The brave Fins, holding out against overwhelming odds, petitioned the "Allies" for help, but were declined. This should put to rest the notion that the British and French were altruistic and held the moral high ground. That is nothing but lies. The reality was that Stalin was a loose cannon that was threatening to upset the best of plans and the cabal had to grind its teeth and pray to its idols as the Finns fought on into the winter and almost bested Russia. Stalin would eventually crush the resistance, and its heroic partisans would vanish into the land of the unremembered dead. Although the Russians would benefit with arctic tactics they learned and deployed against the Germans in December 1941. But we are getting ahead of the story...)
Over the winter of 1939-40, we would have the famous "sitskrieg" where the Germans and French stared at each other over the Maginot line. Just in passing will be mentioned attempts by France to invade the Ruhr in November 1939, but these halfhearted attempts were repulsed. But for six months after the fall of Poland, Europe was generally at peace, even though a "state of war" existed. During this time it was the British, with their bombing raids into Germany, that were largely responsible for keeping hostilities stoked.
Then we have the famous German blitzkrieg through Belgium of 1940, an exact replication of the famous Schlieffen Plan of World War I, which should have been expected by the French high command, but somehow caught them completely by surprise. The French did everything they could to botch their defense. Soldiers ran out of bullets; planes ran out of gasoline. Tanks were rushed to rear areas and the Maginot line was abandoned prematurely. The British were not much better. Their expeditionary force became expert at anticipating their retreat across the channel and failed to work coherently with the French defense. The result was that the Germans marched into Paris some six weeks later and Hitler forced the French to sign their surrender in the very railroad car the Germans had signed the Versailles treaty 20 years earlier. Germany gained bases in all of colonial France, including Northern Africa. The "Evil Nazis threatening to take over the whole world" were born. The Banksters, however, wanted to ensure their little Austrian-Painter-Windup-Toy would not go rogue. The British dutifully invaded Iceland after The Germans occupied Norway, while the United Navy saw that Greenland would not become party to German naval operations. After all, if the peerless German submariners gained access to North Sea Oil and bases across the North Atlantic, they could have made the supply lines to Stalin's Russia all but untenable, and could even have possibly effectively blockaded English ports. That would have forced England to sue for peace- something that had to be averted at all costs.
And, after the Fall of France, most people in England wanted peace as well. And this is where one really has to question the policies of Hitler. If, ostensibly, he wanted peace with Britain- and his government was seemingly sincerely seeking an armistice- then why was the senseless "Battle of Britain" inaugurated? The Luftwaffe had no real objectives other than the destruction of British airfields, and no clear strategic goal. Largely, this just seemed combat for combat's sake. And then, when this failed, the "London Blitz" was begun. But all Hitler would succeed in doing was fomenting support for Churchill to continue the war and also underscoring Churchill's propaganda of Hitler being a ruthless dictator out to conquer the world. Obviously, if Hitler had reverted to a defensive war and the British had continued their hideous bombing campaigns, international opinion would have turned against the British, branding them as hypocrites for not ceding the loss of France and manfully going to the negotiating table. The only thing that really makes sense here is that both Britain and Germany wanted to continue the war, and the senseless carnage be damned.
The next great act of World War II is Operation Barbarossa, which was supported by every country in Europe. Even BRITISH soldiers would participate in the campaign, along with 50,000 Carlist combat veterans from Franco's Spain, and over 250,000 troops from Hungary, who had vivid memories of the atrocities of Soviet stooge Bela Kun just a scant decade earlier. If the tiny Finnish army could keep the Soviets at bay for months, just imagine what a real army could do. And for the first ten days Barbarossa was Stalin's nightmare. Thousands of planes and tanks were destroyed. A million troops surrendered. Panzer units were advancing virtually unopposed across the Russian steppes just as fast as their pistons could drive them. Had Barbarossa been an efficient military operation, the German Tigers would have been rolling down the streets of Moscow by August 15th, and Bolshevik Russia would have been past history.
But Barbarossa was not an efficient military campaign. Massive armies were diverted with pointless assignments, such as the encircling of Leningrad, the occupation of Kiev, and the bombardment of fortress cities. Logistics was a nightmare. Tanks and planes ran out of fuel and sat idle. Soldiers in the field were hard pressed for food and ammunition. Occupied towns were poorly administered, because the intent to arouse resentment among people largely sympathetic to the Axis cause was purposeful. Behind the lines, unseen by most soldiers, the German officers and liaisons were intent on sabotaging the war effort. Radios were destroyed. Rail lines were damaged. Rail cars were burned, allegedly by "partisans" and insurgents. Depots were bombed.
The German armies became bogged down, first by lack of supplies, then by the oncoming Russian winter. And what truly boggles the mind is the average German soldier, in November, remained unsupplied with winter gear, including parkas, insulated boots, and gloves. And tank operators must have thought no such thing as antifreeze existed. In the first days of December, against all odds, the invaders were practically at the gates of Moscow. Meanwhile, General Zuckov, along with nearly a million troops, had been hastily- or so they say- transferred from the Far East to Moscow...
And... This... Is... Where... The... Plot... Considerably... Thickens.
Meanwhile... Over at the Pacific Theatre...
Not many are aware of the 1905 war between Japan and Russia. Those that are aware usually focus on the famous naval battle of Tsushima which marked the ascendancy of Japan as a world power. But Japan also won a whole slew of battles on land and sea, including a brilliant arctic operation which commandeered the eastern terminal of the Trans-Siberian railroad. Despite the armistice of 1905, no love was lost between these two rivals, who were fighting a proxy war in China, and for a brief time, openly confronted each other in Mongolia in a campaign known as Khalkhin Gol. The Japanese lost, even though they could have easily won. As a consequence, Stalin had a large contingent of the Red Army in the Far East. Nevertheless, it was poorly supplied, having as its only real link with Industrial Russia the Trans-Siberian Railroad. Strategically, no reason existed why the Japanese could not have simply cut off Russian logistics and defeated their enemy, just as they had done in 1905. The only real difference was the advent of air forces, but here the Japanese AM65 Zero was vastly superior in every respect to anything the Russians could put into the air.
Now, the cover story as to why the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor is that American President Franklin Roosevelt had imposed an oil embargo some months earlier, and the energy-starved Japanese coveted the Dutch East Indies and British Borneo. The Japanese knew any overt action in this direction would likely bring the United States into the war as an opponent, and so they wanted to inflict a decisive blow that would cripple the United States' military until they could occupy the Pacific rim and set up a defensive perimeter.
But why risk engaging such a formidable opponent when their historic enemy, Russia, was reeling from the German onslaught? What is little known is that the Caucasus is the most oil rich area on the face of the earth. Germany was their proclaimed ally, and could have easily taken the Caucasus at any time at this point, and Japan, by attacking Russia in the East, would have undoubtedly administered the final and fatal blow to Bolshevik Russia. Then it could have had all the oil it wanted via the Trans-Siberian Railroad and the Suez Canal.
Meanwhile, we know now that the attack on Pearl Harbor was planned years in advance. In 1940, Roosevelt insisted the US Pacific Fleet be placed in Pearl Harbor. Admiral James Richardson replied that: "The presence of the fleet in Hawaii might influence a civilian political government, but Japan had a military government which knew that the fleet was undermanned, unprepared for war, and had no training or auxiliary ships without which it could not undertake active operations [in Hawaii]." For his effort and insight, Richardson would be replaced by Husband Kimmel, who would become the scapegoat for lack of response to the Japanese attack.
Nevertheless, the Japanese acted as though the presence of the Fleet in Hawaii was provocative, and provided a convenient cover for bellicose preparations for war. Admiral Isoruku Yamamoto was adamantly opposed to any attack on any United States' installation, but he was overruled, and preparations commenced. Meanwhile, a massive amount of documentation shows Roosevelt and his cronies were privy to everything ensuing, but let nobody know.
The real question here is not that the Americans did anything to prevent or deter a surprise attack. No, the question here is why the Japanese went forward with their plans. When the aircraft carriers and modern fast cruisers of the US Navy abruptly left the harbor for "manoeuvers" barely a day after the Japanese fleet had sailed, the Japanese spies and their implanted cronies should have been shouting from the proverbial housetops to Tokyo that the Americans knew the attack was coming. The first words out of the wing commander of the Japanese air force upon sighting Battleship Row, instead of the alleged "Tora, Tora, Tora!" should have been the Nippon equivalent of "Oh shit!". Mitsuo Fuchida and his fellow airmen can congratulate themselves on sinking four antiquated WWI era battleships, some equally ancient destroyers, tenders, and supply craft, and destroying easily replaceable tanks of petrol. The attack, though apparently devastating, did no real damage to the United States Navy. It truly was military theatre, and both sides had to have known that.
And now we come to those mysterious actions of General Douglas MacArthur, on that fateful December day. They can be explained thusly. His headquarters was over a massive set of tunnels, ostensibly for air raid shelters. But they proved most convenient for the Japanese to store immense quantities of jewels and especially gold that they plundered all up and down the Pacific rim. But why not take the loot to Japan, rather than leave it in the Philippines? Some say the Japanese expected to retain control of the Philippines after an armistice. But this is preposterous. The only real explanation is that everything had been planned in advance, and that MacArthur was dutifully playing his role of ensuring the Japanese would occupy the islands, so they could secrete the gold there to be recovered later by the fledgling CIA to fund their "black ops". (Transferring the gold directly from the Japanese islands would be messy, as that would risk numerous witnesses getting word out, whereas the backwards Filipinos were largely ignorant of larger geopolitical concerns.)
The cover story for the Pacific Theatre (aptly named) was that the Japanese overextended themselves. However, for many questions the "Court Historians" have no answer. For example, why did the Japanese not employ their superior submarines in a "picket line" that would have made forward naval operations of the US Navy virtually impossible, limiting Allied operations to defending Australia and the Islands of the central Pacific, while the rest of the Pacific and the Indian Ocean would have become a virtual Japanese lake? And why did the Japanese not strive harder to prevent the United States from supplying Russia via Sakhalin Island, which, moreover, was also Japanese territory? And why did the British send the Battleships Rodney and Prince or Wales, which were promptly sunk, rather than request the support of the United States aircraft carriers, to attempt to thwart the invasion of Singapore? Without doubt everything points to the United States, the Netherlands, and Great Britain aiding and abetting the rapid Japanese conquest of the Far East, so that they might acquire the resources for an extended campaign.
Meanwhile, back on the Russian front...
Everybody knows about the vaunted Russian T-34 tank. What most people do not know is that this tank was built by the Ford Motor Company at a massive plant on Sakhalin Island, right under the noses of the Japanese, with massive quantities of materials transported from the Great Lakes region of North America via the little known Alaskan Highway. This tank was designed to perform unfailingly in the deepest extremes of the Siberian winter, against specifically German designs.
And so, on December 6th, 1941, on the other side of the International Date Line as the bombs were falling on Pearl Harbor, the first T-34's rolled into the suburbs of Moscow and utterly surprised the Germans. The ill-equipped force that was preparing to invade Moscow was quickly overwhelmed and the German soldiers were forced to flee for their lives as their equipment became "a vast, frigid scrapyard, a perfect sight to show British Ambassador Eden..." Incredibly, the Germans and their allies were able to regroup, improvise, and avert complete disaster.
But the tide had turned, not so much on the battlefield as in the factories. The Russians were producing tanks faster than the Germans could destroy them.
Next, we come to Stalingrad, a trap set by both the German and Russian commands. The initial orders to take Stalingrad were both stupid and insipid. The main German force was concentrated on the effort, and met a stiff Russian resistance. Finally, after months of horrific battle, they could congratulate themselves they now had undisputed control of a pile of rubble and ruined infrastructure. Next, Russian forces attacked in a pincers movement to surround the city, and the German forces obligingly capitulated in record time, leaving the victors of Stalingrad trapped behind enemy lines. A relief force sent in by the Germans just could not get through. The Germans next tried to resupply the city by air, but anti-aircraft guns, which were mostly ineffective during the war, were suddenly able to blow the "lumbering German transports" out of the sky like ducks in a row. And so half a million of the finest Axis combat veterans essentially starved to death after they ran out of bullets. You can replace tanks and planes, but it takes years to replace a combat soldier. From this point, Germany was finished.
But the Banksters still wanted to milk their Nazi Wind-Up Toy for fun and profit. So next they gave us the Battle of Kursk, where half a billion tons of metal bought and paid for with loans from central banks on both sides were turned into scrap.
Overall, World War II would see about a trillion tons of metal sunk, reduced to scrap, or left buried where it had impacted the soil. General Smedley Butler said war was a racket... and how!
Of course, World War II had many, many fringe benefits. It gave the world the "military-industrial complex". It destroyed the last vestiges of Christian culture in Eastern Europe, and turned most of Europe into a socialist hell. It gave rise to the enduring propaganda of Hollywood, and all those profitable movies on "the good war". Meanwhile, Germany and Japan were the laboratories for the most hideous and destructive weapons the world has ever seen. and after the war all their top researchers were incorporated into what would become the "National Aeronautics and Space Administration", whose most expert accomplishment was faking the moon landings.
As for strange deaths, the strangest of all was that of Admiral Isoruku Yamamoto. He was allegedly shot down by a group of American P-38's who had advance knowledge he was coming to Bali Bali from Rabaul. The P-38's, after flying across 400 miles of heavily defended Japanese airspace undetected and 200 miles past their effective operation range, just happened to intercept Yamamoto's Betty bomber as it was on approach and blast it out of the sky-never mind the 24 fighter escorts which more than twice outnumbered the Americans in superior aircraft. Yup, the very same American pilots who had difficulty intercepting their own bomber formations in a clear blue sky at pre-determined coordinates. And that pinpoint navigation was accomplished by a ship's compass installed aboard Major John Mitchell's plane. Oh, and everybody made it back safe, and Lieutenant Rex Barber could break radio silence and say something to the effect that Admiral Yamamoto would not be visiting the White House anytime soon. But never mind all that. Today you can visit the wreck of Yamamoto's plane, conveniently just an hour's walk off a road, and see the place where an injured Yamamoto, according to accounts of a Japanese Army officer, committed ritual suicide under the shelter of a wing- quite strange behavior for a person that had converted to Catholicism.
But it is the wreck that gives the whole game away. Some years back, a B-17 and a P-63 collided just a few hundred feet in the air over Texas, and the B-17, its central supports severed, disintegrated before even hitting the ground. And we are supposed to believe that a Betty Bomber, somewhat less rugged, was fired upon from multiple directions and raked by 20 millimeter cannon fire thousands of feet in the air, and came down relatively intact in the jungle? It is going to be hard to convince this Wolf that that wreckage, which is available on videos on the internet, was not dropped by a helicopter some years after the war ended.
The more likely story is that Yamamoto was murdered following orders from Hirohito. And why? After the Battle of Midway, the cabal had no more use for this man, brilliant naval officer though he was. Admiral Yamamoto had probably quickly concluded that Midway was a trap set up by the Americans, and that the High Command of Japan had betrayed him. He was probably lying low until after the war when he could do research and then tell his story- or so he thought.
Another great commander who probably had a conscience was General Erwin Rommel. There are differing accounts of his death, one being that his staff car was spotted and bombed by the Allies shortly after the invasion of Normandy, another that he committed suicide after being charged with being in a plot to assassinate Hitler.
And then of course there is the mysterious death of Patton, the only victim of a slow-moving automobile he allegedly got in the way of.
One does wonder that all the most brilliant tactical officers of the war never lived to recount their history, while cronies like Dwight Eisenhower and Adolf Heusinger, despite past affiliations, would inherit high-ranking postwar commands.
The real history of World War II is the story of one vast Satanic Moloch Holocaust fought for the glory of the World's Foremost Liar and Murderer. His macabre monuments dot the face of the earth.
And now, they are planning World War III. Because much research has come to light, they must tread more carefully this time. The goal seems one of maximum obfuscation and dissimulation. But do not be deceived. All the world is just one big puppet show.
Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us. You are our only hope!
Oh, and Angry Tiger, this one’s for you.