Excerpts from a presentation by Lady Michele Renouf, speaking in Vancouver, reporting
on a recent “Identitarian” conference in Mexico during which the true events of World War II were discussed in
relation to understanding current affairs in modern day Europe. She spoke of “swindle-speak” and
the historical misappropriation of terms by the media and enemies of truth, providing the term “holocaust” (a
burnt whole offering) as a major example. She cited historical facts concerning the British military policy of targeting
civilians in the WWII air war against Germany, and she concludes that it was the Germans who, by definition, were
the true victims of an actual “holocaust”. She referred to Churchill’s policy, to “baste”
the Germans and burn them alive. Thus, she said, “the German people should rightfully reclaim this term for themselves”.
She then quoted Dennis Richards, Official Historian of the R.A.F. who admitted that the British initiated the air war, targeting
civilians, in order to goad Hitler into bombing England in retaliation.
Regarding effective activism in terms of “Identitarianism”, from her own expertise
in the advertising industry, she says that in order to reach the general public with the message, it is important to not
use the adversary’s terminology, to not act and dress as they wish, and of not adopt archaic or nostalgic symbolism
which the enemies of truth have already demonized. She urges civility and creativity in order to appeal to the wider audience
with one’s message and opposes the “Neo-Nazi” look and methods.
I attended this presentation and was involved in the Q&A segment, included in this video. One
should not assume, however, that I necessarily subscribe to the “Identitarian” viewpoint. My issue is and remains
“Justice for Germans” with the caveat, that humanity as whole will also benefit from understanding the truth
about Hitler, National Socialism and World War II. I was, however, much impressed with her presentation. My main reason
for attending was my great respect for her, in light of all of her activism on behalf of the German people and for Our Fallen
over many years, and indeed, for all of humanity against our common enemy or “our predator” as she calls them.Her
contention that the “Holocaust” happened to the German people echoes my own sentiments. This is also evidenced
in the documentary film “Hellstorm“.
It was delightful to re-acquaint myself with her
since our last meeting nearly 4 years ago. We spent several hours chatting privately after the event had concluded, and
I shared with her some of what I have done in that time, including the founding of The Truth and Justice for Germans Society. She read the mandate and constitution, and she endorses it, saying “it is long overdue” and she wondered “why
has it not been done before?” Other TJGS members were also in attendance and greatly appreciated her presentation.
Related Info: http://en.metapedia.org/wiki/Identitarianism
Lady Michele’s main website: http://tellingfilms.co.uk/
to the claims of the “Court Historians”, the Allied Terror-Bombing Campaign was not intended for the destruction
military targets, as my previous post demonstrate, but rather, to “de-house” and to kill as many German civilians
“Court Historians” are the intellectual bodyguards
of the State. They shape and defend the “official line” or interpretation on the State’s wars, its presidential
regimes, or other key historical events and public policies. As a result they enjoy high esteem and recognition in the mainstream
media and academia. As defenders of the status quo they frequently attack and label their critics as “conspiracy theorists,”
“revisionists,” “isolationists,” “appeasers,” “anti-intellectuals,” or other
boogie men, rather than engage in civil discourse or discussion.
British documents as referred to by David Irving (and many other
Non-Court Historians), and many quotes from the British military leadership confirm that the British and later also the Americans,
deliberately targeted civilians, contrary to International Law. (See Dehousing Paper) Further proof of this, however, is in the routine use of Delay-Action Bombs by the Allies.
Many of the bombs which were dropped upon German cities contained a perfidious mechanism which, rather than exploding
immediately upon contact with the ground or with buildings, were designed to explode hours or days later, thereby causing
harm to survivors when they had emerged from their bomb shelters and cellars. They also caused serious danger to the Fire
Fighters and Rescue personnel, sometimes killing them or making their duties virtually impossible to carry out. Both the
British and Americans had these types of ordinances in their arsenals and also and frequently deployed them. Yes, this is
how the so-called “good guys” and “liberators” waged war.
chemical-mechanical fuse devices contained in them were housed in the rear portion of a standard aerial bomb. However, added
protection using artificial materials (celluloids) were built in to prevent an immediate explosion upon impact. A glass
ampule, located in the rear section, which contained acetone would instead break open upon impact and then slowly begin
to dissolve a series of the protective celluloid plates or barriers, which barricaded the explosive materials, eventually
triggering the firing pin and then finally detonating the bomb at a later point in time. The time of detonation was dependant
upon how long it took for the acetone to dissolve the celluloid barriers. The speed of this chain of could also be varied
according to the number or thickness of the barriers and / or the strength of the acetone contained in the glass ampule.
Thus, they could be designed to detonate in any time frame ranging from several hours to a week. These Delay-Action Bombs
can only be regarded as murderous weapons of terror and mass destruction.
Infos auf Deutsch, siehe: http://de.metapedia.org/wiki/Alliierter_Bombenterror)
Many such bombs, however, did not explode at all and are still being dug up today
on German soil by farmers or in the course of road construction, the building of railways or the digging of tunnels for
underground public transportation lines, etc. These have also frequently been found in rivers and canals. These bombs are,
however, no less deadly than the day they were dropped, over 70 years ago. As a result, and to this day, “bomb alarms”
are still a common occurrence in German cities and towns, resulting in sections of towns to be evacuated, roads to be closed
and rail transportation to be halted for hours while highly trained bomb-disposal experts attempt to diffuse them, move them,
or to detonate them on the spot. They could, however, under the right conditions, still explode spontaneously.
Finding unexploded German ordinance on British soil is, by comparison, a more rare occurrence. Whenever
one is found, it is usually in London. This speaks to the fact that the German side did not use Delay-Action Bombs, as claimed
by Wikipedia (without citation) for example, and also to the fact that England was never bombed to anywhere near the same extent as
Germany. Nonetheless, when a single unexploded World War II German bomb is discovered in England, as was recently
the case in London on March 22, 2015, it is an international “sensation” and news reports of this are carried
world wide, apparently as proof of the barbarism of the “evil Nazis”. See my web search for news reports
By contrast, it is rarely reported in the international media when
unexploded British or American bombs are found on German soil. Why? Perhaps because it is such a common occurrence. Perhaps
because they don’t want the world to know and to understand the full extent of the criminal Allied Terror Bombing
Campaign and the types of bombs that were used. Or perhaps because, “it happened to evil Germans who deserved it,
and so who cares”? One recent exception, however, appeared in the Wall Street Journal:
German City Evacuated After Unexploded World War II Bomb Is Found – Officials cleared 20,000 people from area surrounding Cologne’s Mülheim bridge (WSJ |May 27th,
“Seven decades since the end of World War II, unexploded bombs from are still found regularly throughout Germany, a
legacy of the Allies’ sustained bombing campaign aimed at destroying German industry [a big lie, as
exposed in the my previous posts] and breaking domestic morale. In Cologne alone, 25 bombs on average are discovered
and deactivated each year, so far without causing any incident, city officials say. “
“Most large and midsize German cities were subject to
bombing campaigns in the later phase of the war, leading to casualties estimated between 305,000 and 600,000 people, according
to various historical records. [These are typical, deliberately downsized BRD stats]. In May 1942, Cologne became the first
German urban area to face mass-scale bombing [refers to the Area Bombing Directive of Feb. 14th, 1942 and does not consider earlier bombings of German cities] when British Royal Air Force bombers dropped
more than 1,400 tons of ordnance on the city. Allied forces bombarded the city 262 times during the war,
city spokeswoman Sabine Wotzlaw said.”
Here is an exceptionally good and thorough article:
Nobody Knows How Many Unexploded Bombs Are Hidden Under Berlin – Vice.com – April 14,
2014, By Katie Engelhart
The Reichstag after the Allied bombing of Berlin (Photo via)
In the thick of WWII, Allied pilots dropped some 2 million tons (estimates vary) of bombs on German soil. Most of the bombs exploded, but up to 15 percent were duds and failed to detonate
on impact. Today, these unexploded relics lie waiting. Experts figure that up to 250,000 live bombs remain scattered around Germany, and barely a week goes by without a bomb squad being summoned to one of them—unearthed,
perhaps, by a hapless construction worker or a farmer tending to his fields.
take precautions, but there are still accidents. Bombs go off suddenly and sometimes people die. Though most of the Great
War’s combatants are long dead, WWII’s casualty list keeps growing. Over the last few years, the presence of
unexploded ordnance (UXO) has become a more pressing problem. As WWII bombs grow old, their stabilizing agents begin to
decompose and they become sensitive to the tiniest of tremors. As this happens, the risk of spontaneous explosion increases.
This situation isn’t unique to rural backwaters, either. Berlin, which was bombed to shit
between 1940 and 1945, hosts an estimated 2,000 to 4,000 unexploded bombs (in addition to loads of unexploded grenades, rockets, artillery shells, mortars, mines, etc.) with around
ten to 15 live bombs found in the capital each year…
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Also note that the Inglorious Bastard ALL LIES bear no responsibility even today
for the cost of the bomb disposal operations. Nor do these occupiers, who still have armies on German soil today, send any
of their own teams to disarm and dispose of their World War II bombs which they dropped. Meanwhile, the Germans today pay,
and pay, and pay to apparently anyone who makes a claim against them, absorbs countless refugees from other countries, sends
money and arms to IsraHell, and continually props up other failing EU states, all the while being continually smacked in
the face with World War II Lies and Propaganda. The outright theft of German territory is not even discussed, much less
compensation for our lost lands, or to the millions of Germans who were ethnically cleansed. And to date, no member of the
ALL LIES has ever been tried for a War Crime or Crime Against Humanity, in spite of all of the overwhelming body of evidence.
So, did the war really end in 1945? Were the Germans in fact “liberated”? And was this really
“the good war”? Or was it just the model for future wars against all nations who defend themselves against the
tyranny of the International Bankster Gangsters and their New World Order agenda?
Excerpts from a presentation by historian David Irving from the late 1980s / early 90s in Germany in which he explains how
it was the British who started the aerial bombing and the targeting of civilians, and how it was Churchill, from the beginning,
who made it British policy, knowing full well that it was a war crime. The intent was to eventually force Hitler to retaliate
in kind. Hitler, himself, had always opposed the targeting of civilian populations, even long before the war. Moreover,
this was a deliberate policy of subverting Hitler’s attempts to make peace by instigating hatred of the Germans in
England. Irving provides some details of Hitler’s peace initiatives and terms. It is well documented that Hitler and
had always sought friendship with England. It was the British war mongers in Parliament, however, who long before 1939 had
been instigating for war. Statistics are also provided here which demonstrate how little damage was actually done to German
industry and military production as compared to the monstrous destruction of German cities and towns, resulting in heavy
Still more to follow on this topic!
It is widely believed to this day that the Germans instigated the aerial bombing campaign against
European and British cities, and thus “got what they deserved” in kind. Often cited are the German bombings of
Warsaw and Rotterdam. These two instances of bombings are not in dispute, however, the context must be considered. The details
are seldom discussed, and hence, little known. The rules of warfare must also be considered. The deliberate targeting of
civilians was indeed a “war crime”. The Hague conventions tolerated the bombing of cities IF they were under
military occupation (ie “defended”), which was the case with both Warsaw or Rotterdam.
The Hague Conventions for Land Warfare (which Germany was a signatory to) stated:
The attack or bombardment of towns, villages, habitations or buildings which
are not defended, is prohibited.
The Commander of an attacking
force, before commencing a bombardment, except in the case of an assault, should do all he can to warn the authorities.
In sieges and bombardments all necessary
steps should be taken to spare as far as possible edifices devoted to religion, art, science, and charity, hospitals, and
places where the sick and wounded are collected, provided they are not used at the same time for military purposes.
The besieged should indicate these buildings or places by some particular and visible signs, which should
previously be notified to the assailants.
In the cases of both Warsaw and Rotterdam, the bombing was not intentionally
to target civilians. Indeed, Hitler had long campaigned against such actions in warfare and at the commencement of hostilities
with Poland, he gave explicit orders to the Luftwaffe to not target civilians, and they adhered strictly to this order.
In Warsaw, however, the Polish army retreated into the city and turned it into fortress. In essence, they took the city
and the population as a hostage. They were given several ultimatums to surrender, with reasonable time to do so, but they
refused. Flyers were also dropped from the air to warn civilians of the imminent danger. All prudent measures were taken.
While civilians indeed died, they were not intentionally targeted. The aim of the bombing was to force a surrender of the
Polish forces which were holed up there. That was not, according to the international law, a “war crime”.
Here, one may also question why Hitler felt compelled to attack Poland in the first place. I have covered this in numerous
past posts, however, to understand this fully, I recommend reading:
100 Documents on the Origin of the War (German White Book) pdf
The situation in Rotterdam was very similar. A group of Dutch resistance fighters
that fought at the Grebbeberg took refuge in Rotterdam. This eventually resulted in a German ultimatum that if the Grebbeberg
resistance did not cease, Rotterdam would be bombed. The resisters finally complied and the bombing raid was to called off
at the last minute. However, there was a communications problem. Ground flares intended to call off the attack were not
seen or by one of the inbound bomber formations and Rotterdam was thus inadvertently bombed. About 900 people died and 80,000
people became homeless as a result of ensuing fires which were NOT caused by incendiaries, but rather, by hazardous materials
stored on the ground. Mainstream history confirms that:
radioed to postpone the planned attack. When the message reached KG 54’s command post, the Kommodore, Oberst Walter
Lackner, was already approaching Rotterdam and his aircraft had reeled in their long-range aerials. Haze and smoke obscured
the target; to ensure that Dutch defences were hit Lackner brought his formation down to 2,300 ft (700 m). German forces
on the Noordereiland fired flares to prevent friendly fire — after three aircraft of the southern formation had
already unloaded, the remaining 24 from the southern bomber formation under Oberstleutnant Otto Höhne aborted their
attack. The larger formation came from the north-east, out of position to spot red flares launched from the south side of
the city, and proceeded with their attack. Fifty-four He 111s dropped low to release 97 tonnes (213,848 lb) of bombs, mostly
in the heart of the city.
Why the formation had not received the abort order sooner
remains controversial. Oberst Lackner of the largest formation claimed that his crews were unable to spot red flares due
to bad visibility caused by humidity and dense smoke of burning constructions and subsequently needed to decrease altitude
to 2,000 feet. But the red flare, which Lackner failed to see, might have also been used by the Germans to show their
location in the city to avoid friendly fire. An official German form designated red as the colour for that purpose.”
While the details of what actually happened versus what was supposed
to happen (or not happen) remain somewhat sketchy, it was clearly a military vs military attack, and not intended to deliberately
target the civilian population of Rotterdam. This, however, will inevitably beg the question “why did the Germans
invade peaceful, neutral Holland? Surely they had no right to do so!” This question must be answered with another
question. Why did the neutral Dutch permit the RAF to use its airspace to attack the German cities of the Ruhr Valley? Why
did they not defend their stated neutrality? The German White Book Nr.8 – The Sole Responsibility of England
for the Bombing War (1943) indicates numerous instances of British bombers attacking German cities in the Ruhr from the
direction of neutral Belgium and Holland. To my knowledge, this book is not available in an English translation.
Indeed, the British Expeditionary Force planned to attack Germany through these
countries, which were apparently not opposed, while still maintaining their declaration of neutrality. Germany was therefore
not obliged to respect their proclaimed neutrality in defence of its own sovereign territory.
It must also be noted that Germany did not bomb the city of Paris (or other major French cities). Why not? Because
the French declared them to be “free cities”. In other words not occupied by the French military
or “not defended”. Thus they and their cultural artifacts, architecture etc were protected and would not be bombed
by the Luftwaffe. That, however, did not dissuade the British and Americans from bombing Paris and other French cities later,
thereby destroying cultural artifacts and killing many thousands of French civilians in the name of “liberation”.
The British bombing of German cities started well before Churchill even became Prime Minister, on Sept.
5th, 1939 at Wilhelmshaven. Then resumed again with ferocious intensity in the Spring of 1940 and increased with the advent
of the unelected Churchill’s rise to power.
“On 3 September
1939 the French and British empires had declared war on Germany and England’s Royal Air Force began attacking German
warships along the German coast with the North Sea. The attacks by the Royal Air Force (RAF) on German cities began with
the attack on Wilhelmshaven on 5 September 1939. Eight months later, on the 9th of May 1940 began the German offensive in
the West. On the 11th of May the British Cabinet decided to unleash the Bomber Command on the air war against the German
hinterland. The following night British planes aimlessly dropped bombs for the first time on residential areas of Mönchengladbach-Rheydt.
And from then on made such attacks on cities in the Ruhr area night after night. Up to the 13th of May 1940, i.e. two days
later, the German side registered a total of 51 British air attacks on non-military targets plus 14 attacks on military targets
such as bridges, railway tracks, defense and industrial plants.The first carpet bombing of a German city was in the night
of the 15th to 16th of May 1940 in Duisburg. After that the RAF committed repeated air attacks on German cities. The night
of the 24th of August 1940 – bombs meant to be dropped on the Thameshaven oil storage depot and on the Short’s
factory at Rochester, by mistake or simply because they were randomly unloaded in order to escape fighters, fell on the
City of London and nine other districts inside the Greater London area. Incendiaries lit fires in Bethnal Green, and St.Giles’
Church in Cripplegate was damaged. Oxford Street department stores were damaged. Nine people were killed and 58 injured.
On the 25th of August 1940, British bombers attacked Berlin by night, and indeed not even to target important military targets,
because the Royal Airforce (RAF) was not even capable, having not developed any bomb-targeting devices. On the 6th to the
7th of September 1940, a German air raid on London took place – but specifically on military targets such as ports,
railway stations, war factories and power stations. Crews were expressly prohibited to drop their bombs on residential areas,
because thereby, no ‘war deciding’ successes could be expected.”
http://www.scribd.com/doc/87187334/Churchill-the-Warmonger-Started-the-Bombing-on-Cities-First (includes the German text, although I am still looking for the original source. I have contacted the person who posted
this for his assistance and am awaiting a reply. I will update this post if and when I receive the requested info).
Regarding England, the fact is, that Germany endured a solid 5 months of bombing of its cities and civilians
before responding in kind. The city of Coventry endured a mere 380 dead. While regrettable, that was absolutely minuscule
in comparison to the bombing of hundreds of German cities and towns, and the casualties which the German side endured by
this unprovoked, criminal British policy of targeting civilians.
For those who
read German, I also recommend reading:
ERICH KERN. Verbrechen am deutschen Volk. Eine Dokumentation
alliierter Grausamkeiten. 1964. VERLAG K. W. SCHÜTZ • GÖTTINGEN
[J4G Exclusive, courtesy of Mike Walsh] During World War Two more bombs by weight 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 populations were from 50% to 80% destroyed. The great city of Dresden, dubbed the Florence of Northern
Europe, was incinerated. Up to 300,000 civilians lost their lives.
of Europe’s greatest and most beautiful cities, was torched. Genghis Khan would have exulted in the methodical razing
of an entire city and the destruction of its population. The only surviving building was the city’s cathedral. This
ecclesiastical wonder was saved not because of its spiritual symbolism. It survived only because it served the Royal Air
Force (RAF) and United States Air Force (USAF) as a bombing run marker.
By no stretch
of the imagination could such total destruction be written off as legitimate. Entire areas of Hamburg and other European
cities, that offered no war value, were similarly destroyed. Furthermore, such total destruction of infrastructure and innocent
lives cannot be dismissed by the ‘they started it first’ false argument. Nor can it be dismissed as
a tit-for-tat bombing. In this one German city alone, over just a few nights in July 1943, the number of dead exceeded
the entire military and civilian death toll of Britain during the war.
September 1941 conceded that just 2% of (British) real estate had been destroyed by German bombing. The article included
a note that commented on ‘the furious pace at speculators who were buying the bombed sites for a song’. This
situation remained largely unchanged until the end of the war. Germany never engaged in blanket or terror bombing, nor was
it Germany that dropped atomic bombs on two of Japan’s most beautiful cities. Cities that incidentally were the only
two Christian cities in Japan.
Hamburg. Operation Gomorrah. July 1943. Following
the RAF raids the volcanic flames were hurled 5,000 feet into the sky, four times the height of New York’s Empire
State Building. With the consequential gases, they rose as high again, and caused meteorological reaction high as the earth’s
Between 1940 and 1945, sixty-one German cities with a total population
of 25 million souls were destroyed or devastated in a bombing campaign initiated by the English government. Destruction on
this scale had no other purpose than the indiscriminate mass murder of as many German people as possible quite regardless
of their civilian status. One of the campaign’s main aims was to reduce the German population (genocide) and furthermore
reduce its capacity to become a trade rival to Britain. The bombing campaign led to Luftwaffe bombing of Britain in retaliation.
This resulted in 60,000 British civilians’ deaths and 86,000 injured.
MOST UNCIVILIZED FORM OF WARFARE
The eminent British war historian and
strategist, Captain Sir Basil Liddell Hart declared that through this strategy, victory had been achieved “through
practicing the most uncivilized means of warfare that the world had known since the Mongol invasions.” –
The Evolution of Warfare. Baber & Faber, 1946, p.75. “It was absolutely contrary to international law.”
– Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. “The British Government would never resort to the deliberate attack
on women and children for the purposes of mere terrorism.” – Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain before he
was ousted as Prime Minister.
Winston Churchill’s enthusiasm for the deliberate
destruction of civilian populations could be traced back to his comment: “The air opened paths along which death
and terror could be carried far behind the lines of the actual enemy; to women, children, the aged, the sick, who in earlier
struggles would perforce have been left untouched.” – Winston Churchill, The Great War. Vol. 3 P1602.
The German chancellor, on the other hand, was repelled by the mere thought of targeting civilians. “The
construction of bombing airplanes would soon be abandoned as superfluous and ineffective if bombing as such were branded
as an illegal barbarity. If, through the Red Cross Convention, it definitely turned out possible to prevent the killing
of a defenseless wounded man or prisoner, then it ought to be equally possible, by analogous convention, and finally to
stop the bombing of equally defenseless civil populations.” – German Chancellor Adolf Hitler.
“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.”
– J. M Spaight. CB. CBE. Bombing Vindicated, p.47. Principal Secretary to the Air Ministry.
The first breach of international law: “This raid on the night of May 11 1940, although in itself
trivial, was an epoch-marking event since it was the first deliberate breach of the fundamental rule of civilized warfare
that hostilities must only be waged against the enemy combatant forces. Their flight marked the end of an epoch which had
lasted for two and one-half centuries.” – F. J. P Veale, Advance to Barbarism, p.172.
“The first ‘area’ air attack of the war was carried out by 134 British bombers on
the German city of Mannheim on the 16 December 1940. The object of this attack, as Air Chief Marshall Peirse later explained,
was, ‘to concentrate the maximum amount of damage in the center of the town,” – The Strategic Air
Offensive Against Germany. (H. M Stationery Office, London, 1961).
As early as 1953
H. M Stationery Office published the first volume of a work, The Royal Air Force, 1939 – 1945, The Fight at Odds. P.122
described as ‘officially commissioned and based throughout on official documents which had been read and approved
by the Air Ministry Historical Branch. Its author, Dennis Richards, reveals that: “If the Royal Air Force raided
the Ruhr, destroying oil plants with its most accurately placed bombs and urban property with those that went astray, the
outcry for retaliation against Britain might prove too strong for the German generals to resist. Indeed, Hitler himself would
probably lead the clamor. The attack on the Ruhr was therefore an informal invitation to the Luftwaffe to bomb London.”
“We began to bomb objectives on the German mainland before the Germans began to bomb objectives
on the British mainland.” – J. M. Spaight, CB. CBE. Principal Secretary to the Air Ministry.
“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 11 1940, the publicity it deserves.” – Bombing Vindicated. J.M. Spaight, CB. CBE. Principal
Secretary to the Air Ministry.
“Air Marshall Tedder made every effort
to be a worthy pupil of his superior, Prime Minister Winston Churchill. The Marshall told high British officers that Germany
had lost the war because she had not followed the principle of total warfare.” – New York Times, January
“Retaliation was certain if we carried the war into Germany…
there was a reasonable possibility that our capital and industrial centers would not have been attacked if we had continued
to refrain from attacking those of Germany.” – J. M. Spaight, CB. CBE. Principal Secretary to the Air Ministry.
“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.” – Dennis Richards, the Royal Air
Force 1939 – 1945. The Fight at Odds. H. M Stationery Office.
gave Coventry and Birmingham, Sheffield and Southampton, the right to look Kiev and Kharkov, Stalingrad and Sevastopol, in
the face. Our Soviet allies would be less critical of our inactivity if they had understood what we had done.”
– J. M. Spaight, CB. CBE. Principal Secretary to the Air Ministry.
TRUTH HIDDEN FROM THE BRITISH PUBLIC
“It is one of the greatest
triumphs of modern emotional engineering that, in spite of the plain facts of the case which could never be disguised or
even materially distorted, the British public, throughout the Blitz Period (1940 – 1941), remained convinced that the
entire responsibility for their sufferings it was undergoing rested on the German leaders.”
“Too high praise cannot, therefore, be lavished on the British emotional engineers for the infinite
skill with which the public mind was conditioned prior to and during a period of unparalleled strain.” –
Advance to Barbarism, P. 168. Mitre Press, London. F. J. P Veale, British Jurist.
bombing of the English city Coventry, a city with a manufacturing base is often claimed to be ‘our Dresden’.
It is difficult to imagine a more ignorant riposte. “The inhabitants of Coventry, for example, continued to imagine
that their sufferings were due to the innate villainy of Adolf Hitler without a suspicion that a decision, splendid or otherwise,
of the British War Cabinet, was the decisive factor in the case.” – F. J. P Veale. Advance to Barbarism,
“One of the most unhealthy features of the bombing offensive was
that the War Cabinet – and in particular the Secretary for Air, Archibald Sinclair (later Lord Thurso), felt it necessary
to repudiate publicly the orders which they themselves had given to Bomber Command.” – R. H. S Crosman.
Labor Minister of Housing. Sunday Telegraph, October 1 1961.
bombing now part of our policy? Why is it that the people of this country who are supposed to be responsible for what is
going on, are the only people who may not know what is being done in their name?”
“On the other hand, if terror bombing be part of our policy, why was this statement put out at all? I
think we shall live to rue the day we did this, and that it (he bombing of Dresden) will stand for all time as a blot on
our escutcheon.” – Richard Stokes, MP.
This Member of Parliament
was referring to the Associated Press Correspondent of Supreme Allied Headquarters in Paris. This had gloated. “This
unprecedented assault in daylight on the refugee-crowded capital, fleeing from the Soviet Red Army tide in the East. The
report had been widely broadcast in America, and by Paris Radio. It was suppressed in Britain for fear of public revulsion.”
“Thus, in a minute dated 28 February 1943, Sir Archibald Sinclair explained to Sir Charles Portal,
Chief of the Air Staff, that it was necessary to stifle all public discussion on the subject because if the truth had been
disclosed in response to the inquiries being made by influential political and religious leaders, their inevitable condemnation
would impair the morale of the bomber crews and consequently their bombing efficiency.” – F. J. P Veale,
Advance to Barbarism, p.29.
WORKING CLASS TARGETED FOR HIGH KILL RATIOS
“The third and last phase of the British air offensive against Germany began in March 1942 with
the adoption of the Lindemann Plan by the British War Cabinet, and continued with undiminished ferocity until the end of
the war in May, 1945.
The bombing during this period was not, as the Germans
complained, indiscriminate. On the contrary. It was concentrated on working class houses because, as Professor Lindemann
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, British Author and Jurist.
SLAYING IN THE NAME OF THE LORD
“I am in full agreement (of terror bombing). I am all for the bombing of working class areas
in German cities. I am a Cromwellian – I believe in ‘slaying in the name of the Lord!” – Sir.
Archibald Sinclair, British RAF Secretary for Air.
WOMEN AND CHILDREN TO
BE SLAIN AS A PRIORITY
“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.” – Advance to Barbarism, F. J. P Veale; Distinguished British Jurist.
Mike Walsh, a journalist, author and researcher has studied
and published his books on the political history of the 20th Century for over 40 years. In addition, he has contributed hundreds
of articles to international media. An Irish citizen of considerable revolutionary pedigree, Michael Walsh has an international
reputation also as a poet.
Currently he has published
four titles covering the vexed questions of the Reich and World War Two. These best-selling books are available on Amazon
Books and Kindle. “Heroes of the Reich”, “The All Lies Invasion”, “Heroes Hang When Traitors
Triumph”, and “Thus Sprach der Fuhrer”. Further titles will follow in 2015 and 2016.
The Reich catapulted otherwise quite ordinary people into international acclaim. HEROES OF
THE REICH is neither a military nor political history of the men and woman of many nations who gave their loyalty and in
many cases their lives to the Führer’s Reich. HEROES OF THE REICH reveals the true accounts of political and
military icons, fabulous artistes, great musicians, the ordinary people who withstood to their deaths the overwhelming onslaught
of the combined forces of the British, Soviet and American Empires. HEROES OF THE REICH marks 82 years since the German
leader, Adolf Hitler was elected, 70 years since the end of the Reich. Hitler’s triumph was that he alone laid claim
to be the only true democrat in the War of the Dictators. Soviet leader Joe Stalin, a Georgian, was never elected. Nor was
half-American British Premier Winston Churchill. Whilst U.S. President Roosevelt was narrowly elected, it was afterwards
conceded that it was his empty promise not to involve the American people in another European war that achieved his ‘victory.’
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