18 January, 2021

America’s Lend-Lease Program (1941-1945): It Was Treason to Democracy — Yet They Brag About It Today

Posted by Socrates in Germany, Lend-Lease, Roosevelt, Roosevelt's Jewish cabal, Socrates, Soviet Union, Soviet Union as an illegal entity, World War II at 2:40 pm | Permanent Link

Lend-Lease got America into WWII. That was the plan all along. It also helped the Soviet Union destroy Germany.

The Lend-Lease Act was written by FDR’s Jewish lawyer, Oscar Sydney Cox [1].

“Soon the Senate will make a declaration of war. It will not be called that. We call it the ‘Lend-Lease’ Bill 1776.” — Sen. D. Worth Clark of Idaho, February 1941. (That was the bill’s actual number).

“He (Soviet leader Joe Stalin) stated bluntly that if the United States had not helped us, we would not have won the war. If we had had to fight Nazi Germany one on one, we could not have stood up against Germany’s pressure, and we would have lost the war.” — Nikita Khrushchev, in “Memoirs of Nikita Khrushchev: Commissar, 1918–1945”; from Penn State Press.

Imagine: a democracy (America) helping a murderous, brutal, communist country run by common criminals (the Soviet Union) defeat a non-communist/anti-communist country (Germany). Why? Good question! Why indeed? Why was a communist and Stalin-pal (Harry Hopkins) allowed to run the Lend-Lease program? Why would a democratic country help communism win a world war? Treason is nothing new, apparently. Hopkins was also a Soviet spy against America, and he was the de facto “deputy President of the USA” due to his power inside the White House.

The Lend-Lease plan had Jewish fingerprints all over it. It was “prototyped” in 1940 by two of FDR’s Jews (Benjamin V. Cohen and Felix Frankfurter) as the (illegal) “bases-for-destroyers” deal, and then it morphed into the 1941 “Lend-Lease Act.”


[1] “Oscar S. Cox, Lend-Lease Act Author, Dies; WASHINGTON – Portland, Maine-born attorney Oscar S. Cox, 60, a key figure in Franklin D. Roosevelt’s administration and author of the important structure of the Lend-Lease Act of World War II, died Tuesday night in a hospital here…” — Newspaper obituary for Cox, October 6, 1966, Biddeford Journal, Biddeford, Maine

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