Contrary to the propaganda of the victors of World War II the National Socialist German Workers Party in January 1933 was democratically elected to govern Germany. Within the month, the Party’s leader Adolf Hitler publicly vowed to the German people that within four years he would give the German electorate the opportunity to decide if they wished the NSDAP to continue to govern Germany or wished instead to return to the electoral system of the Weimar Republic.
Every time one turns to mainstream media one cringes at the incessant lies being told about Russia’s so-called preparations for an invasion of Ukraine. Not a single story is corroborated. The sole aim of media is to beat the drums of war for American interests.
Turning illustrated pages we discover in clear layman’s terms everything we need to know about the phenomenal rise to twice-elected power of a highly decorated veteran of the frontlines of the Great War’s most ferocious battles.
Some of the most hackneyed expressions in the English language refer to the ‘Blitz or Dunkirk Spirit’, ‘Britain at Bay’ and ‘We’re all in this together’. Ironically, these events were the first two but indeed many more were a consequence of Churchill’s catastrophic political blunders.
Another case of lions led by donkeys: Britain’s most hapless general is rewarded for wretched failure A top defence chief has received £120,000 ($161,306) in bonuses since 2018 despite having mismanaged the spending of millions of pounds on tanks that can’t be used and left hundreds of soldiers needing medical attention.
In Britain, there is growing despondency over hapless government, both national and local. Political and military miscalculation and failure is not however a modern phenomenon. Britain’s success on the world’s battlefields is often been down to a combination of good luck, timing, cocksure invincibility, or favourable alliance with other nations.
Unelected warlord Winston Churchill said to the Germans in January 1945, ‘We Allies are no monsters. This, at least I can say, on behalf of the United Nations, to Germany. Peace, though based on unconditional surrender, will bring to Germany and Japan immense and immediate alleviation of suffering and agony.’
Winston Churchill was far from being as popular as palace historians make him out to be. The half-American dilettante’s image is repeatedly laundered by mainstream media. The brainwashing worked well: in a list of 100 Great Britain’s the notorious warmonger was voted No. 1.
Teachers in a Texas school were told last week that a new state law requiring them to present multiple perspectives about ‘widely debated and currently controversial’ issues, such as Critical Race Theory, means they needed to make ‘opposing’ views on the Holocaust available to students:
Liverpool and Merseyside has earned an international reputation for quality popular music such as that of The Beatles, Billy Fury, Charlie Landsborough, The Merseybeats ~ and the legendary Liverpool FC football club. The maritime city, 17th in size to UK cities, provided Britain with most of its theatrical and literary talent.