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Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day. But who remembers that, in 1933. Why ???. Because. Adolf Hitler freed Germany from International Debt Slavery... How did he do this? The German economy was in total collapse, with ruinous war-reparation obligations.

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Remembrance Day

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  1. RemembranceDay

  2. But who remembers that, in 1933...

  3. Why ???...

  4. Because... Adolf Hitler freed Germany from International Debt Slavery... How did he do this? The German economy was in total collapse, with ruinous war-reparation obligations. The international economic theory says that all currency must be borrowed against the gold owned by a private and secretive banking cartel-such as the Federal Reserve, or the Central Bank of Europe-rather than issued by the government for the benefit of the people... So what he did was...

  5. Issue... Debt-Free and Interest-Free money, not based on gold but on the work ethic of the German people Within two years, the unemployment problem had been solved, and Germany was back on its feet. It had a solid, stable currency, with no debt, and no inflation, at a time when millions of people in the United States and other Western countries (controlled by international bankers) were still out of work. Within five years, Germany went from the poorest nation in Europe to the richest. Germany even managed to restore foreign trade, despite the international bankers’ denial of foreign credit to Germany, and despite the global boycott by Jewish-owned industries. Germany succeeded in this by exchanging equipment and commodities directly with other countries, using a barter system that cut the bankers out of the picture. Germany flourished, since barter eliminates national debt and trade deficits...

  6. Dr. Henry Makow (who is Jewish himself) says the main reason why the bankers arranged for a world war against Germany was that Hitler sidestepped the bankers by creating his own money, thereby freeing the German people. Worse, this freedom and prosperity threatened to spread to other nations. Hitler had to be stopped!

  7. Today Alan Greenspan, boss of the private bank the Federal Reserve, which keeps Americans as tax-debt-slaves. The main follower of "Rand"/Rosenbaum is now one of the most powerful men in the world.

  8. Who remembers thePolish Atrocitiesagainst ethnicGermans

  9. These Germans were living in their own land.  Land that was stolen from them by the allies after World War I and given to Poland...

  10. The newly-created Poland occupied the German provinces West Prussia, Posen and Eastern Upper Silesia (the Corridor). Some 2.2 million Germans came under Polish rule. The German city Danzig was made a "Free State" with its own government and administration. Its population was 95% German! No plebiscite was held. The Polish thirst for expansion continued! In the 1920s Polish and French military units invaded Silesia. The German Reich was defenseless. Hurriedly-set-up German volunteer corps beat the Poles and French back in bloody battles at the Annaberg in Silesia and in other provinces. Silesia remained German! After Poland had stolen large stretches of German land, the exodus of the German population from the Gentian Eastern territories began - a terrible exodus deliberately hushed up by today's Federal German politicians. Some 1.5 million of the 2.2 million Germans living in these regions had to leave their homeland by August 1939. From the beginning this was part of a great Polish de-Germanization plan which also encompassed all the later, brutal crimes committed against defenseless women, children and men. The Polish Great-Power mania was even taken to the point where the expansion of "Great Poland" incorporated further large territories of German land. Subsequently (long before Hitler's time) maps of Great Poland were distributed, showing the Polish western border just few kilometers outside Berlin, along the Elbe and Saale rivers. This Polish expansion of power also provided the foundation for the criminal de-Germanization by the Poles.

  11. In 1924 one third of the German property had already been confiscated. The German language was banned in an official capacity, and severely restricted in other respects as well. Inflated taxes, confiscated community buildings and newspapers, the systematic boycott of German companies and businesses, one-sided media trials, court and administrative proceedings led to the Germans' economic ruin and to their intentional expulsion from their homeland. Associations and organizations were banned, licenses for higher professions were denied or revoked. Workers dismissed from their jobs received no assistance, young people were denied apprenticeship positions. German schools were closed. German students were expelled from colleges and universities and thus prevented from learning their profession. Insults and physical attacks were the order of the day, and in most cases the Polish police denied the German victims any protection. As early as the 1920s (long before Hitler) this approach led to the forcible expulsion of 870,000 Germans. Large refugee camps already had to be set up at that time in Weimar Republic Germany to ensure decent accommodation and care of these refugees. The United Nations did nothing to help the oppressed Germans in Poland, whose very survival was threatened by these measures. Not so much as one-twentieth of the many petitions submitted to the League of Nations between 1920 and 1930 were dealt with as the facts would have warranted. This deliberate inaction on the part of the League, some of whose members were former victorious Allies, later resulted in Germany's secession from the League.

  12. He carries... • The golden Sword of Justice Polish War-Mongering Against Germany In Poland the 1930s were increasingly characterized by unparalleled incitement against Germany and the use of force against Germans. Incitement to war against Germany was part and parcel of every stratum of Polish society. For example, the Polish pro-Pilsudski periodical "Mocarstwowiec" (the voice of the Polish "League for Great Power") wrote as early as 1930: "We are aware that war between Poland and Germany cannot be avoided. We must systematically and energetically prepare ourselves for this war. The present generation will see that a new victory at Grunwald (battle of 1410) will be inscribed in the pages of history... In this war no prisoners will be taken, there will be no room for humanitarian feelings...." And the Polish Foreign Minister Beck wrote in 1932: "Poland cannot be satisfied even with the status quo." Polish Crimes Against Germans up to the Outbreak of the War In the years prior to 1939 alone, 8,000 Germans were murdered by the Poles in barbaric ways. The victims included Catholic and Protestant clergy, many women, and children. By 1938 the "agrarian reform" had deprived the German minority of two-thirds of its farmland. Then, incitement, terror and harassment by the authorities sounded the bell for the final round. A May 8,1939 report of the German Consul in Lodz stated that "there is the unmistakable intention to destroy the very existence of the German minority." In mid-August 1939 another 70,000 refugees were registered in the German Reich. Entire families spent their nights in the woods due to the constant danger of being murdered. And all the Federal German politicians hush up these Polish crimes against the German civilian population!

  13. He carries... • The golden Sword of Justice Provocative Polish Border Violations Against Reich Territory Prior to the War The Polish border violations took place before so much as one German soldier had set foot on Polish soil. For reasons of space only a few of the many cases can be mentioned here: August 24,1939: Lufthansa plane D-APUP shot at outside Hela. Plane type Savoia, pilot Bohner, distance from Hela 15-20 km. August 25,1939: report by state police of Elbing: in the night of August 25 to 26, arson by perpetrators coming from Poland resulted in the forest warden's lodge in Dietrichswalde, District of Marienwerder, being burned to the ground. August 25 to 26,1939: during the night the road and railway-bridge Zandersfelde-Neuliebenau, located on German territory, were blown up and totally destroyed by Polish military forces. August 30,1939: state police station Breslau, senior financial president of Troppau: farmer was shot at while working on his field; German airplane flying over German territory was shot at with anti-aircraft artillery. August 30,1939: German Consul in Cracow murdered. The killer was a Polish Jew. "East Prussia. The Days Before the Second World War." Eyewitness Account by H.-J. Rotzoll In mid-August 1939 the 57th Army Artillery Regiment from Konigsberg, Prussia, was posted to the border threatened by Poland. We were put on stand-by at Garnsee, District ofNeidenburg. My battery was set up in a cornfield. In this area, for weeks already, the farmers had worked on their fields at risk of life and limb. Cavalry troops coming from Poland had invaded for as much as 7 km into this East Prussian region of the Reich, setting fires and killing as they -went. These raids had already begun in July of 1939. In the evenings there was smoke and fire as far as the eye could see. The houses and villages had been set on fire by the Polish cavalry troops and any of the population who wanted to escape from the burning buildings to the outside, or tried to extinguish the blaze, were killed. The German men were not only slashed to death with swords, or shot, but also roped with lassoes and dragged to death in the direction of the Polish border. In order to put a stop to these outrages, my battery was ordered on August 23, 1939 to form a fighter unit. As sergeant I was put in command, and was ordered to take action. On the first day of our deployment we arrived half an hour too late. A murdering Polish squadron was already racing for the shielding border. The evidence of their acts was gruesome. In the field lanes and on the fields we found the corpses of German farmers.

  14. He carries... • The golden Sword of Justice They had been slashed to death with swords, or shot. These attacks by Polish cavalry units took place every night of August 1939. The affected East Prussian towns and villages along the border with Poland were all sorely tried during those weeks. The Polish attack troops constantly changed their targets. But already on August 26, 1939 our unit caught a mounted Polish troop in a sugar-beet field not far from Garnsee. Our machine gunfire totally wiped the Polish cavalry out; 47 Polish riders had fallen on Reich-German soil. Despite these Polish casualties the screams for help from the tormented German border towns continued every night, caused by provocative arson and gunfire by Polish cavalry troops. Mourning friends and family was the order of the day in these border towns. Fear stalked everyone, and the cause was terrible. The inhabitants of these border towns inquired how much longer they would be at the mercy of these murdering gangs. The death toll of Reich-German inhabitants in this region reached almost 100. When our unit attacked at 5:45 a.m. on September I, 1939, we found fresh graves of German civilians even on the far side of the border. Bloody and torn civilian clothing also littered the roads and ditches. Polish prisoners-of-war confirmed that the provocative attacks on Reich-German territory had been ordered from higher up. The Polish cavalry's murderous task had been the overture to a world war.

  15. He carries... • The golden Sword of Justice Poland's Military and Psychological Preparations for War As early as March 23,1939, Poland responded to Germany's congenial offers of negotiation by partly mobilizing its army, calling up several years' worth of army reserves, and increasing its army by some 750,000 men. On the occasion of a troop parade on March 3,1939, fanatically inflamed mobs greeted each passing unit by shouting in unison, "On to Danzig", "Onward to Berlin!" The speaker said, "The ridiculous German army with its undernourished soldiers and its cardboard tanks will be smashed in the Grunewald of Berlin just like we smashed the Teutonic Order at Grunwald (Tannenberg) in 1410." And in the summer of 1939 the Marshal and Inspector-General of the Polish army, Rydz-Smigly, said in a public address to Polish officers and officer cadets: "Poland wants the war with Germany and Germany will not be able to avoid it even if she wants to." Bromberg Bloody Sunday, September 3,1939

  16. He carries... • The golden Sword of Justice The Bloody Sunday of Bromberg began Sunday morning at approximately 10 o'clock, when the incited Polish mob left their churches where they had been armed. Weapons had been hidden in the Jesuit Church on the Old Square. The Polish Catholic Church's responsibility for this has been proven! The Catholic priests had agitated for some time already in their sermons that the Germans were the enemies of all of Catholic Poland. It is documented that in Bromberg it was declared from the pulpit that killing a German was no sin, but rather was forgiven in advance. The hatred against Germans came not only from the military and the politicians, but from the Catholic Church as well. They attacked the defenseless German civilians, men, women and children, with unparalleled brutality and inconceivable savagery. A large-scale slaughter of the German inhabitants began. The people fled into the forests to escape the brutality of the Poles. It did them no good; death awaited them there as well. 20,000 infants, children, elderly, men and women were beaten to death by the Poles in the cities, on the country roads, in the forests and in their homes. The German civilians were unarmed! Among those murdered by the Poles in a generally bestial manner were 5,800 Germans in Bromberg, and 12,857 other German victims were identified in the rest of the Posen district; nobody knows how many died in the forests and lakes. The German office in charge of recording discovered cases had reached a total of 23,000 by the time it was closed in 1940. According to official findings, 58,000 German children, women and men were viciously murdered by the Poles on Polish national territory!

  17. He carries... • The golden Sword of Justice War Breaks Out... After declaring war on Germany, the Poles opened fire at many places on the German-Polish border at midnight of August 31 - September 1,1939. The Polish State Radio Broadcast Station Warsaw triumphantly announced at the same time: "We are on a victorious advance to Berlin and will be there by the end of the week. The Germans are retreating in a panic along the entire front." At 5:45 a.m. on September 1,1939 the German Wehrmacht was ordered to attack. In a short speech, Adolf Hitler said, "Now we are shooting back!" The Polish army with its 1.75 million men faced off against 75 German Divisions with 1.1 million men. After short, fierce battles, the Polish army was defeated in 18 days by the young German Wehrmacht.

  18. He carries... • The golden Sword of Justice As early as 1936, when Hitler's economic success became apparent, Churchill declared: "We will force war on Hitler whether he wants it or not." For Churchill and Roosevelt, Poland was only the visible cause for a war they themselves had been planning for a long time. The intended territorial expansion of the Poles through war with Germany played right into the hands of these two war criminals. England and France now declared war on Germany on September 3,1939 in accordance with their commitment to Poland but did not come to Poland's aid. Battles with France did not begin until half a year later, after several of Hitler's peace offers had been turned down.

  19. Lest we forget, who started the War...

  20. Here are the real War Criminals

  21. Champion for Truth

  22. I accuse... & remember allied crimes

  23. I accuse... & remember allied crimes Terror Bombing the Luftwaffe built only light, maneuverable, low altitude bombers, designed for ground support and unsuitable for genocidal terror-bombing. Whereas, the British and the Americans built huge bombers, which were designed and were being built, well before the war for the express purpose of blanket terror-bombing of civilians - they had no other purpose.

  24. I accuse... & remember allied crimes Hitler forced to retaliate  'Hitler only undertook the bombing of British civilian targets reluctantly three months after the RAF had commenced bombing German civilian targets. Hitler would have been willing at any time to stop the slaughter. Hitler was genuinely anxious to reach with Britain an agreement confining the action of aircraft to battle zones... Retaliation was certain if we carried the war into Germany... there was a reasonable possibility that our capital and industrial centres would not have been attacked if we had continued to refrain from attacking those of Germany... We began to bomb objectives on the German mainland before the Germans began to bomb objectives on the British mainland... Because we were doubtful about the psychological effect of propagandist distortion of the truth that it was we who started the strategic bombing offensive, we have shrunk from giving our great decision of May 11th, 1940, the publicity it deserves.' J.M. Spaight, CB, CBE, Principal Secretary to the Air Ministry, Bombing Vindicated.

  25. The attack on the Ruhr was therefore an informal invitation to the Luftwaffe to bomb London. The primary purpose of these raids was to goad the Germans into undertaking reprisal raids of a similar character on Britain. Such raids would arouse intense indignation in Britain against Germany and so create a war psychosis without which it would be impossible to carry on a modern war.' The Royal Air Force, 1939-1945, The Fight at Odds, p. 122. Dennis Richards, Her Majesty's Stationery Office. I accuse... & remember allied crimes 'It may be Inconvenient History but England rather than Germany initiated the murderous slaughter of bombing civilians thus bringing about retaliation. Chamberlain conceded that it was "absolutely contrary to International law." It began in 1940 and Churchill believed it held the secret of victory. He was convinced that raids of sufficient intensity could destroy Germany's morale, and so his War Cabinet planned a campaign that abandoned the accepted practice of attacking the enemy's armed forces and, instead made civilians the primary target. Night after night, RAF bombers in ever increasing numbers struck throughout Germany, usually at working class housing, because it was more densely packed.' The Peoples' War, Angus Calder. London, Jonathan Cape, 1969.*

  26. Industrial workers, wives and children targeted! They [the British Air Chiefs] argued that the desired result, of reducing German industrial production, would be more readily achieved if the homes of the workers in the factories were destroyed; if the workers were kept busy arranging for the burial of their wives and children, output might reasonably be expected to fall... It was concentrated on working class houses because, as Professor Lindeman (the British-Jewish architect of terror bombing) maintained, a higher percentage of bloodshed per ton of explosives dropped could be expected from bombing houses built close together, rather than by bombing higher class houses surrounded by gardens.' Advance to Barbarism, F.J.P. Veale. I accuse... & remember allied crimes So cowardly it had to be hidden By weight, more bombs were dropped on the city of Berlin than were released on the whole of Great Britain during the entire war. All German towns and cities above 50,000 population were from 50% to 80% destroyed. Hamburg was totally destroyed and 70,000 civilians died in the most appalling circumstances whilst Cologne was likewise turned into a moon-scape. As Hamburg burned the winds feeding the three mile high flames reached twice hurricane speed to exceed 150 miles per hour. Trees three feet in diameter on the outskirts of the city were sucked from the ground by the supernatural forces of these winds and hurled miles into the city-inferno, as were vehicles, men, women and children. 'What we want to do in addition to the horrors of fire is to bring the masonry crashing down on the Boche, to kill Boche and to terrify Boche' 'Bomber' Butch Harris, quoted in the Sunday Times, 10 January 1993.

  27. Dresden: Children machine-gunned The strafing of columns of refugees by both American and British fighter planes was par for the course: "it is said that these [zoo] animals and terrified groups of refugees were machine-gunned as they tried to escape across the Grosser Garten by low-flying planes and that many bodies riddled by bullets were found later in this park" (Der Tod von Dresden, Axel Rodenberger, 25 February 1951). In Dresden, "even the huddled remnants of a children's' choir were machine-gunned in a street bordering a park" (David Irving, The Destruction of Dresden). "I think we shall live to rue the day we did this, and that it [the bombing of Dresden] will stand for all time as a blot on our escutcheon" (Richard Stokes, M.P.). The devastation of Dresden in February, 1945, is the worst massacre in the history of the World!

  28. Firestorm of Hamburg 'Its horror is revealed in the howling and raging of the firestorms, the hellish noise of exploding bombs and the death cries of martyred human beings as well as the big silence after the raids. Speech is impotent to portray the measure of the horror, which shook the people for ten days and nights and the traces of which were written indelibly on the face of the city and its inhabitants. No flight of imagination will ever succeed in measuring and describing the gruesome scenes of horror in the many buried air shelters. Posterity can only bow its head in honour of the fate of these innocents, sacrificed by the murderous lust of a sadistic enemy.' The Police President of Hamburg. 'Three-hundred times as many people died in Hamburg during the ten-day blitz as died in Coventry during the entire course of the war... Not even Hiroshima and Nagasaki, suffering the smashing blows of nuclear explosions, could match the utter hell of Hamburg.' Martin Caidin, The Night Hamburg Died, Ballantyne Books, NY, 1960.

  29. Phosphorous, used contrary to international law 'Men, women and children too, ran hysterically, falling and stumbling, getting up, tripping and falling again, rolling over and over. Most of them managed to regain their feet and made it to the water. But many of them never made it and were left behind, their feet drumming in blinding pain on the overheated pavements amidst the rubble, until there came one last convulsing shudder from the smoking "thing" on the ground, and then no further movement.' Martin Caidin, The Night Hamburg Died. 'Phosphorous burns were not infrequent.' U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey. 'Phosphorous was used "because of its demonstrated ability to depress the morale of the Germans."' Official British source. 'Even the senseless and highly culture-destroying terror acts, against for example, Lubeck and Dresden, carried out by the Allied pilots, should have been investigated and brought before a proper court of justice.' Major General H. Bratt, Royal Swedish Army.* 'A nation which spreads over another a sheet of inevitably deadly gases or eradicates entire cities from the earth by the explosion of atomic bombs, does not have the right to judge anyone for war crimes; it has already committed the greatest atrocity equal to no other atrocity; it has killed ­ amidst unspeakable torments ­ hundreds of thousands of innocent people.' Hon. Lydio Machado Bandeira de Mello, Professor of Criminal Law; author of more than 40 works on law/philosophy.* 'As for crimes against humanity, those governments which ordered the destruction of German cities, thereby destroying irreplaceable cultural values and making burning torches out of women and children, should also have stood before the bar of justice.' Hon. Jaan Lattik. Estonian statesman, diplomat and historian.*

  30. Between 1940 and 1945, sixty-one German cities with a total population of 25 millions were destroyed or devastated in a bombing campaign initiated by the British government. Destruction on this scale had no other purpose than the indiscriminate mass murder of as many German people as possible. I accuse... & remember allied crimes ...and they built a statue to this monster Harris

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