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9,242.  Faith disappears.  Doubt becomes obsessive.  Death becomes your best friend, man’s only friend because it will deliver you from your suffering.  (Death & World War II & Suffering)  August von Kageneck, cited  Apocalypse – The Second World War: Shock 

 

 

76,436.  And no need at all to mention the war.  Sorry sorry.  (Hotel & World War II)  Fawlty Towers: The Germans s1e6, Basil to Germans in restaurant

 

76,437.  Don’t mention the war.  I mentioned it once but I think I got away with it all right.  (Hotel & World War II)  ibid.  Basil to Polly

 

 

12,945.  During World War II the Vatican was criticised for supporting Hitler and his Nazi regime.  To this day the Vatican is still under investigation for plundering Nazi gold from the Swiss bank accounts of Jewish holocaust victims.  Over the past five decades more than one thousand five hundred bishops have been identified in the sexual assault of tens of thousands of boys and girls in their trusting congregations and orphanages.  Why is this filthy rich institution preaching spiritual values of poverty and chastity while cardinals, bishops and priests cover up their crimes of sexual abuse?  Why has the Church fought and resisted the compensation claims of their sexually, emotionally and spiritually traumatised victims?  (Christianity & Jewish & Children & Abuse & World War II & Vatican & Nazi)  Ring of Power

 

 

23,762.  It was the women who had the war, the real war.  The women were left at home in the shit, not sitting in some sparkling plane or gleaming tank.  There’s no glamour for us.  (GBH Films & World War II)  The Krays 1990 starring Martin Kemp & Gary Kemp & Billie Whitelaw & Tom Bell & Steven Berkoff & Susan Fleetwood & Charlotte Cornwell & Kate Hardie & Avis Bunnage & Alfred Lynch & Gary Love & Jimmy Jewel et al, director Peter Medak, Rose in front room

 

 

25,955.  When hostilities commenced in Europe in 1939 it was realised that the American people had no intention of entering the war.  But they believed that this country could be enticed into the war in very much the same way that it was enticed into the last one.  They planned first, to plan the United States for foreign war under the guise of American defense.  Second, to involve us in the war, step by step, without our realisation.  Third, to create a series of incidents which would force us into the actual conflict.  These plans were of course to be covered and assisted by the full power of their propaganda.  Our theaters soon became filled with plays portraying the glory of war.  Newsreels lost all semblance of objectivity.  And they have used the war to justify the restriction of congressional powers, and the assumption of dictatorial procedures on the part of the President and his appointees.  A fear campaign was inaugurated.  We cannot allow the natural prejudices and passions of other peoples to lead our country to destruction.  (War & World War II & Empire US & False Flag Ops & Black Ops)  Charles Lindbergh, 11th September 1941

 

 

25,961.  Is there any place that is free from evil?  It is too simple to say that only the Nazis wanted war ... Even good men thought that their private honour would be satisfied by war.  They could assert their manhood by killing and being killed.  They would accept hardship in recompense for having been selfish and lazy.  Danger justified privilege.  (War & World War II)  Evelyn Waugh, Unconditional Surrender

 

 

26,059.  D-Day June 6th 1944: the greatest sea-borne invasion in history.  (War & World War II)  Professor Saul David, Bullets, Boots and Bandages: How to Really Win at War II: Stealing a March, BBC 2012

 

26,060.  A secret project codenamed Mulberry ... a huge artificial floating harbour.  (War & World War II)  ibid.

 

 

26,096.  We have one invaluable weapon on our side.  We have an unbreakable spirit to win.  A bulldog tenacity that will help us to hang on while there is breath left in our bodies.  You don’t get that with Gestapos and jackboots.  You get that by being British.  Captain Mannering, Dad’s Army

 

 

26,097.  It provided an excuse not to think for people who did not want to think anyway ... By the machinations of the ‘national enemies’ without and within, that we had no time to think about these dreadful things that were growing, little by little, all around us ... One no more saw it developing from day to day than a farmer in his field sees the corn growing ...

 

Now you live in a world of hate and fear.  You have accepted things you would not have accepted five years ago, a year ago, things your father ... could never have imagined.  (War & Germany)  Milton Mayer, They Thought They Were Free: The Germans 1938-1945

 

 

26,098.  How Bush’s grandfather helped Hitler rise to power ... George Bush’s grandfather, the late US Senator Prescott Bush, was a director and shareholder of companies that profited from their involvement with the financial backers of Nazi Germany ... More tantalising are Bush’s links to Consolidated Siberian Steel Company (CSSC), based in mineral rich Siberia on the German-Polish border.  During the war the company made use of Nazi slave labour from the concentration camps including Auschwitz.  (World War II & Nazi & Bush)  Guardian.com news report 25th September 2004 Aris and Campbell

 

 

26,099.  George Herbert Walker’s father Prescott Bush was the managing director of a firm called Brown Brothers Harriman during the 30s and 40s.  Brown Brothers Harriman financed Adolf Hitler before and during World War II.  (World War II & Nazi & Bush & Bank)  Mike Ruppert, The Truth & Lies of 9/11

 

 

26,100.  Hoover investigated the Nazi connections of Union Bank of New York.  And in 1942, the year the US entered the war, the bank was seized as a Nazi asset.  Prescott Bush, the President’s grandfather, was a director and chief executive officer of that bank.  And when the US government grabbed the bank he protested: he said, Wait a minute; that’s my bank.  Hoover said, That’s right, no mistake, you’re a Nazi; you run a Nazi bank.  (World War II & Nazi & Bush & Bank)  JFKII

 

 

26,101.  It is important to note Nazi Germany’s war effort was largely supported by two organisations, one of which was called I G Farben.  I G Farben produced 84% of Germany’s explosives, and even the Zyklon B used in the concentration camps to kill millions.  One of the unspoken partners of I G Farben was J D Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company in America.  In fact the German Air Force could not operate without a special additive patented by Rockefeller’s Standard Oil ... American business funded both sides of World War II.  (World War II & Nazi & Rockefeller & Concentration Camp)  Zeitgeist, also cited John Nada, Wake Up Call

 

26,811.  It is clear that not only was the attack on Pearl Harbor known weeks in advance it was outright wanted and provoked.  (World War II & Pearl Harbor & Japan & United States)  ibid.

 

26,812.  In the months leading up to Pearl Harbour Roosevelt had done everything in his power to anger the Japanese through posture and aggression ... On December 4th, three days before the attack, Australia Intelligence told Roosevelt about a Japanese task-force moving towards Pearl Harbor.  Roosevelt ignored it ... On December 7th 1941 Japan attacked Pearl Harbor killing 2,400 people.  (World War II & Pearl Harbor & Japan & United States)  ibid.

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