31 March, 2022

Triumph of the Will

Posted by Socrates in Britain, England, German nationalists, Germany, History for newbies, Hitler, Hitlerphobia, National Socialism, Triumph of the Will at 11:06 am | Permanent Link

Watch this documentary and ask yourself: “what could have been?” If only American president F.D. Roosevelt hadn’t declared de facto war on Germany in September 1941 with his bold “shoot on sight” order for German ships? (as if American ships were never going to see a German ship?? Of course they would see a German ship sooner or later!). Hitler didn’t want war. But America did. Hitler’s “crime”? De-Jewing Germany (not just physically but financially). Poland? It wasn’t about Poland (which was an unpopular country and nobody would have gone to war over it!). It was solely about the Jews. (Hitler actually didn’t grasp how powerful the Jews were — he knew they were powerful, yes, but he failed to grasp the nature of the matter, e.g., that the Jews had already infiltrated British society to a scary degree and had intermarried extensively with British royalty; many Dukes and Earls were Jews or half-Jews) [1].

[“Triumph of the Will” (1935); English subtitles; video; 1 hour, 50 minutes].


[1] “By the early 20th century, the scale of Jewish intermarriage with the British aristocracy was such that it led L.G. Pine, editor of Burke’s Peerage from 1949–1959, to write in 1956 that “the Jews have made themselves so closely connected with the British peerage that the two classes are unlikely to suffer loss which is not mutual.” — from the article “Thoughts on the Protected Race” by Andrew Joyce, Ph.D., theoccidentalobserver.net, April 11, 2019.

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