Paul Craig Roberts is an American economist and author. He formerly held a sub-cabinet office in the United States federal government as well as teaching positions at several U.S. universities. He is a promoter of supply-side economics and an opponent of recent U.S. foreign policy:
On the morning of 2 October 1942, the Royal Navy destroyer HMS Curacao rendezvoused north of Ireland with the ocean liner RMS Queen Mary, which was carrying approximately 10,000 American troops of the 29th Infantry Division.
Murmansk was completely destroyed during World War II. In terms of the number of German bombs dropped per square meter, it is second only to Stalingrad. Located on the coast of the cold Barents Sea, Murmansk serves today as the main northern gateway of Russia. One of the country’s largest ports, through which it conducts regular trade with the rest of the world, is located here.
EXCLUSIVE: Early in the morning of May 1, 1945, the last chief of staff of the ground forces of Nazi Germany, General Hans Krebs, presented the commander of the 8th Guards Army, General Vasily Ivanovich Chuikov, with Adolf Hitler’s political testament, in which he appointed members of the new German government headed by Admiral Karl Dönitz. Krebs announced Hitler’s self-martyrdom and was authorised by the new Chancellor Joseph Goebbels to negotiate a truce with the Soviet side. The Soviet side recognized only unconditional surrender.
Ukraine Activist Who Cried for UK PM to Impose No-Fly Zone on Russia Exposed as WEF Young Global Leader
A hysterical Ukrainian activist who on BBC TV broke down in tears begging UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to impose a no-fly zone on Russia has been exposed as one of World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab’s minions.
The sanctions that the U.S. plans to impose on Russia due to the events in Ukraine will hit Europe very hard, commented French historian and writer Dimitri de Kochko when questioned over Russian President Vladimir Putin’s statement on the recognition of the sovereignty of the Donetsk and Luhansk republics.
How true the advice of Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821): ‘He who his first hits twice.’ Now the sweet irony: Russia has done precisely what Germany did in June 1941. Back then, to frustrate a Soviet attack on Germany and the Reich’s allies to the East, Germany pre-emptively struck the American-sponsored Soviet Union. The USSR had been given the go-ahead to overwhelm Europe by Roosevelt’s blank cheque (Lend-Lease Plan).
As the world laments the Carnage of Dresden (February 13/14 1945) one hears the mantra: ‘well they started it’ and ‘they did the same to us.’ In fairness, both refrains result from the truth of the Allied bombing of civilians being withheld or denied (Holocaust denial) spun to favour the Allied perpetrators.
The Third Reich was in conflict for five years; the victors tirelessly spun the struggle their way for 70 years. Hitler’s Reich lasted 13.5 years, so what happened to the missing 7.4 years (88 months) of peace?
On February 13th will be remembered the most terrible holocausts inflicted during World War II by Britain’s Royal Air Force (RAF) and the American Air Force (USAAF).