Some people love telling lies - Honest people upset Liars.
Through legal persecution
Liars defame honest people
who refuse to believe their
"No war, no Holocaust"
Patrick J. Buchanan
Was the Holocaust Inevitable?
June 20, 2008
Would Winston Do?”
the Newsweek cover was sparked by my
book “Churchill, Hitler and The
Unnecessary War” seems apparent, as one of the three essays, by
Christopher Hitchens, was a scathing review. Though in places complimentary,
Hitchens charmingly concludes: This book “stinks.”
to face the truth, Hitchens seeks solace in old myths.
If the Kaiser were looking for a war he would have found it.
for the Kaiser’s bellicose support for the Boers, his igniting the Agadir
crisis in 1905, his building of a great fleet, his seeking of colonies in
Africa, he was only aping the British, whose approbation and friendship he
desperately sought all his life and was ever denied.
every crisis the Kaiser blundered into, including his foolish “blank cheque”
to Austria after Serb assassins murdered the heir to the Austrian throne, the
Kaiser backed down or was trying to back away when war erupted.
of World War II? Surely, it was necessary to declare war to stop Adolf Hitler
from conquering the world and conducting the Holocaust.
did Hitler not demand these lands back? Because he sought an alliance, or at
least friendship, with Great Britain and knew any move on France would mean war
with Britain — a war he never wanted.
did he build his own Maginot Line, the Western Wall, in the Rhineland, if he
meant all along to invade France?
Hitler was a rabid anti-Semite is undeniable. “Mein Kampf” is saturated in
anti-Semitism. The Nuremberg Laws confirm it. But for the six years before
Britain declared war, there was no Holocaust, and for two years after the war
began, there was no Holocaust.
why did Hitler invade Russia? This writer quotes Hitler 10 times as saying that
only by knocking out Russia could he convince Britain it could not win and must
end the war.
went to war with Germany to save Poland. She did not save Poland. She did lose
the empire. And Josef Stalin, whose victims outnumbered those of Hitler 1,000 to
one as of September 1939, and who joined Hitler in the rape of Poland, wound up
with all of Poland, and all the Christian nations from the Urals to the Elbe.
British Empire fought, bled and died, and made Eastern and Central Europe safe
for Stalinism. No wonder Winston Churchill was so melancholy in old age. No
wonder Christopher rails against the book. As T.S. Eliot observed, “Mankind
cannot bear much reality.”
Töben comments: Buchanan does not mention the 40+ peace initiatives made by
Hitler in an effort to stop the inevitable war, just as the
Anglo-American-Zionists rejected all attempts to stop their initiated was with
Iraq in March 2003.
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