6 June, 2014

D-Day: the Day That Saved the World?

Posted by Socrates in Britain, Cultural Marxism, D-Day, DeNazification, egalitarianism, England, equality, equalocracy, history, History for newbies, Hitler, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, Roosevelt, Roosevelt's Jewish cabal, Socrates, William C. Bullitt, World War II at 1:54 pm | Permanent Link

Saved the world? Ha-ha! That’s pure propaganda [1]. In fact, almost everything you’ve ever heard about World War II is nonsense. (Yeah, okay, in a way, that slogan is correct: D-Day did save the world…for the egalitarianism and Cultural Marxism that followed WWII).


[1] England didn’t have to declare war on Germany, nor did the heavily-Jewish Roosevelt administration have to pressure England to declare war on Germany

  • 19 Responses to “D-Day: the Day That Saved the World?”

    1. Stronza Says:

      D-Day? Who cares. June the 6th is National Yo-Yo Day. I am not making this up. A far more important observance.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      I agree, Storonz. That D-Day stuff is for the Jews and the globalists to revel in, not us good guys.

    3. Stronza Says:

      But did you look up National Yo-Yo Day? Far more impressive.

      G. Britain only finished paying off their WW II war expenses in 2006, I’m told.

    4. -jc Says:

      History well worth the time and bandwidth

      Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story Never Told http://thegreateststorynevertold.tv

      Firestorm over Dresden http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhFLTP5zKqA#t=16

    5. CW-2 Says:

      This has been said many times but needs repeating. If it were possible to tell or show those soldiers who bravely stormed the beaches of Normandy what it would be like for their grandchildren in a future Europe and North America, those valiant men would without any hesitation join the Wehrmakt forces.
      D-Day is the ultimate con-job and celebration for the ongoing destruction of the White race.

    6. John Q. Republic Says:

      Well said, CW-2.

      I think one of the biggest reasons why D-Day was even contemplated and launched was as a deterrent to the Soviets steamrolling all the way to the Atlantic Ocean, which they probably would have done with nothing really standing in their way. But, D-Day or no D-Day, Europe would have been (and actually is now) re-enslaved by the very same rotten, jewish infection that has plagued Europe for hundreds of years. The Third Reich really was the last great hope of the Aryan peoples of the world. We had the greatest and best opportunity we have ever had to be truly free and in command of our own destiny. Stupidity, ignorance, mis-placed patriotism, idiotic altruism, non-stop jewish hatefilled propaganda of anything and everything German and good, and a host of other maladies of the mind, robbed us of all the could-have-beens since the end of WW2.


    7. fd Says:

      General Patton wanted to check the advance of communism into the heart of Europe. Well, that’s exactly what Hitler and the German wanted to do from the beginning.

      The big governments in the West are schizophrenic. They’re all over the board.

    8. Tim McGreen Says:

      But what about the heroism of the German soldiers who fought against the D-Day invasion? They fought like lions against vastly superior Allied air and ground forces, keeping the Allies pinned down on the Normandy beaches for weeks, until the Red Army launched a massive attack in the East. But even then the Red Army could only advance as far as Warsaw, where, thanks to ferocious resistance from the SS and Wehrmacht, they remained bogged down from August 1944 until January 1945. Hitler wasn’t nearly as concerned about defending the Western front as he was in defending the East. During 1944-45 about 75% of all German forces were fighting on the Eastern front, the rest were divided between fighting in Italy and France.

    9. Howdy Doody Says:


      fdr was a criminal with nyc being his fuel since his public life began.

    10. -jc Says:


    11. Howdy Doody Says:


      Germany and England

    12. howdy doody Says:


      These two videos have left speechless.


      Bizarre ?


    13. archer Says:

      If it wasn’t for our involvement I doubt the reds would’ve have defeated the Germans so overwhelmingly. We may not have destroyed nearly as many divisions but our bombing and lend lease aid to the reds and England certainly were a major factor in Hitlers defeat. The resources they had to devote just to try and stop the American supply ships in the Atlantic were considerable and could have been used better on the eastern front.
      If England were defeated early there would’ve been no major bombing campaign against Germany, I’m convinced that Hitler stopped operation “sea lion” because a red attack on Europe was imminent, Stalin has amassed a gigantic invasion force on Europe’s borders that were in forward positions for an assault not defense.
      Without our involvement the campaigns in North Africa and Sicily and Italy would have been mute because there would have been no credible English resistance there by enabling the Germans to use those divisions in the east.
      The point I guess I’m trying to make is that if we stayed out of the war at the very least there would have been a stalemate on the eastern front leading to a possible truce of some kind, or possibly a complete German victory.
      Hitler made a lot of mistakes during the war the most famous of these is Stalingrad and Kursk, but there were many others which led to his ultimate defeat.

    14. Tim McGreen Says:

      You bring up a very interesting point, archer. Hitler was too lenient with the Limeys, he should have knocked them out of the war as quickly as possible so he wouldn’t have to deal with the cruel alcoholic warmonger Churchill and RAF nighttime bombing raids over civilian targets in Germany any longer. An invasion of England might not have been necessary to defeat them, just knocking out their air force and blocking all US ships from entering British ports (along with the seizure of Gibraltar and Malta) would have been enough to bring the Limeys to the negotiating table.

      And with England out of action Rosenfeld and his Jew warmongers would have been unable to use England as a giant aircraft carrier to launch any US attacks against the Reich, either. The defeat of England, or at least its agreement to stop all further aggression against Germany, would have spelled the end for the Rosenfeld and Churchill Regimes, giving Hitler the opportunity to deal with Stalin, if necessary. But Hitler should have realized that Stalin didn’t like the British and would have been very willing to form a partnership of some kind with Germany, thus rendering Barbarossa totally unnecessary.

      I need to build a time machine so I can go to the Reichchancellery in 1940 Berlin and explain all of this to the Fuhrer. I think he would listen. After all, I would be the only guy in the room who’s got a time machine, right?

    15. Howdy Doody Says:

      howdy doody Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.
      8 June, 2014 at 2:52 am


      These two videos have left me speechless.


      Bizarre ?


    16. Howdy Doody Says:

      Howdy Doody Says:


      These two videos have left me speechless.


      Bizarre ?


    17. fd Says:

      Hitler had the English surrounded in France, but he let them escape. Knowing what the British did later in the war, the Germans should have destroyed their army in France.

    18. Howdy Doody Says:

      FDR, Marshall, and all the top U.S. military men in Washington knew the Japanese fleets were heading for Pearl Harbor, the Philippines, etc., to attack the U.S. forces supporting the economic strangulation of Japan, but they let the attacks go ahead to shock the public into giving up their demands for peace and get into WWII.

      Those were supreme acts of treason.

      As you must also know, FDR et al. forced the Russian soldiers in Nazi POW camps in the areas they controlled to return to Russia even though they knew Stalin would have them killed as traitors, for surrendering or being captured.


    19. Howdy Doody Says:

      The Associated Press finally admitted that “the Allied air commanders have made the long-awaited decision to adopt deliberate terror-bombing of the great German population centers.” General Carl Spaatz, U.S. Strategic Air Force commander in Europe, concocted Operation “Clarion” in February 1945, targeting smaller towns “to spread the impact on the population,” and although he was urged not to by other figures of the Eighth Air Force in Europe, Spaatz got his way.