30 January, 2010

Lost Prison Interview with Hermann Göring

Posted by Socrates in Germany, history, History for newbies, Hitler, Jew World Order, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, Socrates, World War II at 11:30 am | Permanent Link

“I was astonished when Germany declared war on the United States.” Why? America and Britain issued a de facto declaration of war on Germany four months earlier, in the Atlantic Charter [1]. Worse, they mentioned not just defeating but “destroying” Germany. Hitler’s declaration of war on America, while tragic for all White people, was merely a formality. Hitler gave various reasons for declaring war on America in this speech:


[1] “after the final destruction of the Nazi tyranny…” — text from The Atlantic Charter, August 1941

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  7. 9 Responses to “Lost Prison Interview with Hermann Göring”

    1. Justin Huber Says:

      I’ve read parts of this Hitler speech before. It’s pretty damn good.

    2. doug Says:

      The federals began waging war against Germany in 1939, by supplying Britain with immense war material and money. The German barter system threatened the destruction of Jewish Democratic Capitalism. The barter system was too pure and honest. The Jews and their lackeys couldn’t exploit it.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      Goering was executed for waging aggressive war, war crimes and disturbing world peace….Didn’t GW Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, et al do the exact same things?

    4. A. Says:

      “Even if you had transported mountains of material to England, we should not have declared war, since England alone could not have carried out an invasion of Europe without your active participation. ”

      That is why, as was proved in the British getting bogged down in Caen. And there were other reasons.

    5. Tim McGreen Says:

      I loved Der Fuhrer’s comparison of his own background to that of Roosenfeldt’s privileged upbringing. I also loved his analysis of the Jew Deal and the destructive effects of Democracy. Hitler was truly one of the greatest men who ever lived!

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      Hitler’s comments about being labeled a “gangster” by Roosenveldt are also amusing.

    7. virgil Says:

      Sieg Heil!

    8. CW-2 Says:

      Hitler’s speech of December 11 1941 is a revelation! I doubt if many British people know of its existence or have had the good fortune to read it in full and unedited form. The moderation of his proposals for settling the dispute over the Polish Corridor question clearly reveal Churchill to be a war monger.
      I only hope that Der Furhrer’s clear historical insight on one point is capable of revision; that in the event of Germany’s defeat European people would face a remorseless 500 year struggle.

    9. Justin Huber Says:

      The few Hitler speeches that I’ve read have been pretty good. He definitely had some intellect.