Germany lost WW2 because of TRAITORS

John Hall
John Hall

GERMANY LOST WW2 BECAUSE OF TRAITORS

Not the only reason, of course. But it is a big one. Dumb "aristocrats" throughout the military sabotaged their country during the war, in hopes to bring down National Socialism. Why? Because it made them extremely butthurt by imposing a strict policy of meritocracy, and in result their commoner German compatriots often attained higher positions in the hierarchy. Something those curs could not tolerate.

Here are some excerpts attesting to this, from Richard Tedor's "Hitler's Revolution" - a book you're a newfag if you haven't read. I'm attaching the book.

A small percentage, concentrated in the army general staff and in the diplomatic corps, resented the social devaluation of their high-born status. Rather than contribute to the new Germany, they conspired against her. Together with a self-absorbed minority of misguided intellectuals, clerics, financiers and Marxists, they intrigued to bring down both the National Socialist government and their country as well.

A few months after the Polish campaign, a member of the Reich’s Foreign Office in Berlin who was smuggling microfilm was arrested by the SD. The film contained precise information about the strength and locations of the German occupational forces in Poland. The former SD chief wrote later, “In the OKW they were more than a little surprised at such an accurate and comprehensive report, especially as the statistics were correct to the smallest detail.” He speculated that “only senior German officers” could have provided the material.

Abwehr “delivered not a single useful report about the enemy throughout the entire war."

Berlin sent Canaris to negotiate the alliance because of his good relations with prominent Spaniards. In collusion with Weizsäcker, however, he accomplished the opposite by privately informing Franco that Germany’s position was desperate, with almost no hope of winning the war. He advised his host to keep Spain neutral, reassuring him that Hitler would not send troops into Spain to force Madrid’s cooperation. Had Canaris persuaded Franco to support the Reich, “It’s more than possible that such a decision by Spain at this moment would have meant the end of the war,” wrote Spanish Foreign Minister Serrano Sũner.

During the advance toward the Caucasus, the OKH robbed Army Group A of another trump: the 60,000-man Italian Alpine Corps. This consisted of three well-trained mountain divisions, each of them equipped with 5,000 pack mules. Instead of deploying the elite corps in the mountains, the OKH directed it to march northward to reinforce Stalingrad.

“Many older officers of high rank sabotaged Hitler’s plans…. Although I'm no military expert, I know that Hitler was right about military matters more often than these people. Hitler would issue an order, and because some general would find Hitler personally offensive, this officer would indirectly disobey the order. Then when a disaster occurred, the same man and his friends dumped the blame on Hitler. And they often lied right to his face."

Herbert Brunnegger, serving in the SS Totenkopf division, recalled that the day before the offensive, “Two deserters, waving a white flag, come over to us from the Pirol woods. . . . The deserters tell us what we still don't know; the scope and exact timetable of our offensive!”

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Adam James
Adam James

Didnt they lose ww2 because the kikes manage unite half the world against them and trick the u.s into the war?
Also firdt post is kike free.

Brayden Young
Brayden Young

“They stick together through thick and thin, sabotage the Führer’s orders whenever they can, naturally in such a way that the evidence never points to them. They're always scattering sand in the machinery of our armed forces. Each one watches the other’s back. Officers who don't belong to their clique they try to banish to some insignificant post."

Theodor Rowehl’s Long Range Reconnaissance Squadron, subordinate to the Luftwaffe Supreme Command, flew high-altitude missions over the USSR beginning in 1935. Air crews photographed Soviet naval installations, armaments and industrial complexes, military fortifications and troop concentrations. Thousands of pictures of the Russian interior provided ample images to produce accurate maps. In 1947, the USA used Rowehl’s photographs to prepare its own maps of the Soviet Union.

During the first weeks of the Russian campaign, advancing German troops captured many official documents which Soviet administrators had failed to destroy or evacuate. The cache offered a comprehensive picture of the USSR’s infrastructure, analyses of civilian attitudes and so forth. Luftwaffe communications specialists deciphered Soviet military radio traffic, promptly and consistently delivering details about Russian troop strength, status of available ammunition and fuel, planned aerial and ground attacks and the marching routes of enemy divisions. The post-war American Seabourne Report concluded that German code breakers maintained 80 percent accuracy in their knowledge of all planned Soviet military operations and armaments production.
Monitoring stations forwarded this vast quantity of intelligence to the Abwehr for assessment. Canaris, Oster and fellow conspirators relayed almost none of the findings to Hitler. They instead stored the cache of documents in Angerburg, East Prussia, never evaluated. Military cartographers prepared maps of the East without referencing Rowehl’s pictures. Some they based on Russian maps that had been printed in 1865. The German army received inaccurate ones depicting dirt roads, which became impassable quagmires after rainfall, as modern, paved highways. This misinformation often confounded the tactical advance of German mechanized forces. They occasionally approached towns that were not even shown on the maps.

Once the invasion began, the Soviets received timely reports on German military operations from the Supreme Command of the Army, the OKH, right from Hitler’s headquarters. The communications chief there, General Erich Fellgiebel, secretly installed a direct telephone line to Switzerland to transmit classified information. Stationed in Bern was Hans Gisevius, another of Canaris' s Abwehr “specialists.” He relayed the reports to Moscow.

On August 10, German soldiers overran the command post of the Soviet 16th Army east of Smolensk. The field police discovered copies of two OKH plans for the German attack. They found another German operational plan upon capturing Bryansk soon after, which the OKH had presented to Hitler on August 18. Gisevius later boasted, “We had our spies all over the war ministry, in the police, in the ministry of the interior, and especially in the foreign office. All threads connected to Oster."

Advance knowledge of German plans helped the Red Army embroil the invaders in heavy fighting around Smolensk in July and August. The Germans regained the initiative when Hitler decided on August 21 to shift his panzer divisions southward toward Kiev. “The senseless operation now decided upon,” fumed Haider in his diary, will “scatter our forces and stall the advance on Moscow." The Germans in fact destroyed four Soviet armies and mauled a fifth around Kiev, an immense battle of encirclement, capturing much of the Ukraine. Hitler told his architect Giesler, “I saw in these flanking thrusts and envelopments the only chance of beating the Russian mass-formations…. I had to literally wrest operations away from my generals…. Not even this success persuaded my generals of the only possible strategy in Russia."

Northwest of Moscow, the 1st Panzer Division took Kalinin. Instead of wheeling southeast to invest the capital, the troops advanced northward. Eyewitness Carl Wagener recalled, “The capture of Kalinin opened a great tactical opportunity for us. We now held the cornerstone of Moscow’s defense system and could push toward the poorly-secured northern flank of the city. The place was ours for the taking, with good roads and less than a day’s travel time. Instead, our panzers and the 9th Infantry Army supporting us received the order to attack the completely insignificant town of Torzhok, more than 100 miles north of Kalinin. We felt that the new directive from the OKH didn't make any sense."

Isaiah Campbell
Isaiah Campbell

The worst handicap confronting German combatants was the dearth of cold-weather gear. The Reich’s industry had manufactured enough quilted winter uniforms to equip at least 56 divisions. Also, prefabricated shelters and barracks heaters had been loaded into 255 freight trains awaiting rail transport east. On November 1, Hitler inspected winter apparel earmarked for the Russian front, and Quartermaster Wagner assured him that the gear was already en route to the field armies in sufficient quantity. Nine days later, Wagner confided to Haider that most quilted uniforms would not go forward until the end of January. They remained loaded on trains in Warsaw for months. Hitler did not learn of the shortages until December 20, when General Heinz Guderian flew in from the central front and told him. Luftwaffe personnel all received cold-weather apparel, only thanks to Milch’s personal supervision.

And on the Western front, the fabled Normandy beach invasion, the pride and joy of (((ZOG))), would have been IMPOSSIBLE without the help of German traitors:

Pre-invasion France was a suitable environment for subversive staff officers to reinforce their position without distraction. They transferred abettors to the corps and divisional headquarters where the armed forces were most vulnerable, and contrived to coordinate their sabotage with the Western Allies.

In April 1944, the U.S. 4th Division conducted a mock landing, Operation Tiger, at Slapton Sands, to simulate the planned attack on Utah beach along the Normandy coast. The German operative sent his superiors advanced warning of the exercise, where a large number of ships and troops would be concentrated in broad daylight. He even transmitted the precise location of the building where U.S. Generals Dwight Eisenhower and Omar Bradley intended to observe the maneuver. Though the 9th Air Fleet of the Luftwaffe had enough bombers available to launch a surprise raid on the Allied ships as the SD agent recommended, it neglected the opportunity.

Though incapable of the Arado’s performance, Messerschmidt 410 and Bf 109 combat aircraft were able to patrol the English coast during variable weather, descending from a high altitude to gain speed. The pilots identified hundreds of landing vessels assembled at Southampton and Portsmouth on April 25. They discovered no similar concentration in the English harbors of Dover and Folkestone, which were opposite Calais.

German signals personnel monitoring enemy radio traffic between Plymouth and Portsmouth established beyond any doubt that these ports were the staging zones for an invasion army. Nevertheless, the general staff took no corresponding measures, such as transferring more troops to Normandy or laying nautical mines. The Germans also employed a captured American Thunderbolt fighter to photograph the enemy ship build-up that spring. Shortly before D-Day, the Allied landings on June 6, however, the OKW suspended all reconnaissance flights over England without explanation.

One German surveillance unit infiltrated French resistance cells with 35 of its operatives. They furnished Colonel Oskar Reile, the unit’s commander, with a list of lines of communications, power stations, rail and traffic junctions, and fuel depots the French planned to sabotage once the invasion was under way. They also revealed the locations of where partisans intended to ambush German troops en route to the combat zone. Reile delivered a comprehensive, written report to General Heinrich Stuipnagel, the military commander in France. The report included the prearranged sentences the BBC would broadcast to alert the French resistance that the invasion fleet is at sea. Stuipnagel, however, was secretly attempting to win the cooperation of this Communist-oriented terrorist organization for the coup against Hitler. He took no action on Reile’s information.

The Germans' own coastal mines, equipped with both magnetic and pressure detonators and difficult to disarm, had been in production since 1943. Some 2,000 of these powerful explosive devices had been stowed in an underground airplane hangar at Le Mans, but instead of using them to mine coastal waters, supply personnel received orders to transfer the mines to Magdeburg, Germany, as a “precaution against sabotage."

Jonathan Perry
Jonathan Perry

On May 15, 1944, the German high command transferred the second group of Fighter Squadron 26 from Normandy to Mont-de-Marsan in southern France. Only days before the invasion, it also relocated elements of Fighter Squadron 2 to airfields around Paris. The Luftwaffe still possessed 183 FW190 daylight fighters in camouflaged bases near the coast, but on June 4, 26th squadron commander Joseph Priller received orders to fly another 124 fighters to Mont de Marsan in southern France, far from Normandy.

Priller telephoned General Werner Junck, chief of the 2nd Fighter Corps and protested, “This is just pure insanity! If we're expecting an invasion, the squadrons have to be here, not gone away somewhere. And what happens if the attack takes place right during the move? . . . Are you all nuts?” Junck brusquely replied that his irate subordinate cannot judge “important developments of state” from the perspective of a squadron commander.

The plan initially envisioned the further transfer of most of Germany’s night fighters. Their experienced pilots could have taken a deadly toll of the slow-flying Douglas transport planes (ferrying Allied airborne troops to drop zones) and the British four-engine Lancaster bombers (towing gliders) hours before the amphibious landings began. Instead, the Luftwaffe operations staff ordered the night fighters to assemble in air space well east of the coast, far from the drop zones.

In April and May, Luftwaffe bombers flew nighttime missions against Portsmouth and Plymouth. A raid by 101 medium bombers on the night of April 30 caused considerable damage to Plymouth’s harbor installations, but on May 30, with the invasion armada congested and taking on troops and supplies, the Luftwaffe discontinued the missions.

One of the worst disadvantages for the defenders was the absence of senior officers the morning of June 6. The day before, the commander of the 7th Army, General Friedrich Dollmann, had ordered all divisional, regimental, and artillery chiefs to Rennes to take part in war games. He also personally postponed an alarm exercise for his army scheduled for the night of June 5/6. Had the drill run its course, the troops would have been on full alert when the invaders came.

Even Rommel was away. His chief of staff, General Hans Speidel, was an active conspirator, and had encouraged Rommel to return to Germany for a family birthday party.

The army’s most formidable formation was the Panzer-Lehrdivision. Its 229 fully operational tanks included upgraded Panzer IV’s and high-performance Panthers. The division had 658 armored half-tracks serving as personnel carriers or mounting anti-aircraft guns, rocket launchers, flame throwers, and cannons. The OKW stationed this mechanized monolith nearly 100 miles from the Normandy coast. On June 4, the high command ordered the division to load its Panther tanks onto a freight train for transfer to Russia. They were en route east when the invasion began. “Taking away the Panther battalion robbed the division of its strongest attack force,” wrote its last commanding officer after the war. The U.S. Army later calculated that it averaged a loss of five Sherman tanks to neutralize a single Panther in combat.

Jack Nguyen
Jack Nguyen

Once the landings were under way, Rundstedt formally requested immediate release of the three armored divisions in Normandy from the OKW reserve for deployment at the front. From Hitler’s headquarters General Alfred Jodl refused, explaining, “according to the reports I've received, this attack can only be a feint. … I don't think now is the time to release the OKW reserves." In Rommel’s absence, Speidel had persuaded the Führer’s headquarters by telephone that until the situation becomes “clarified,” the OKW has to “keep its nerve and wait." Rundstedt’s chief of operations, Colonel Bodo Zimmermann, telephoned the OKW to protest the senseless delay. The OKW’s Baron Horst von Buttlar-Brandenfels, another general conspiring against the government, shouted in reply, “You have no right without our prior permission to alarm the armored troops. You are to halt the panzers at once!”

Despite the urgings of its commanding officer to authorize an attack against British paratroopers who had landed nearby, Speidel denied permission at 4:30am to commit the division’s panzer regiment. […] Speidel soon directed it to about-face and advance toward the coast, keeping the troops on the road and out of action for much of the day.

It ultimately attacked on direct orders from Rommel, who had just returned to Normandy. Speidel had briefed his commander-in-chief on the situation in a telephone conversation at 10:15 am. The marshal’s arrival late that evening put an end to his chief of staff s dilatory tactics. Speidel had however, effectively sabotaged the timely deployment of three armored divisions. During mid-day on June 6, he also refused requests by General Max Pemsel to reinforce the hard-pressed 716th Infantry Division, defending the east bank of the Orne River, with elements of a neighboring formation. The division was practically wiped out by nightfall.

The 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend was alerted by its commanding officer at 2:30am and by the OB West at 4:00. On his own initiative, Speidel sent the division in the wrong direction. In position near Lisieux, it received his instructions to transfer 30 miles further from the coast. “The order had a shocking effect” on the troops, wrote its first general staff officer, Hubert Meyer, after the war. A new directive arrived for the division to about-face and advance toward Caan late in the afternoon. “That meant a change of direction, more time lost and for our strung-out armored unit, one more day’s march under rotten conditions,” recalled the Panther crewman Georg Jestadt. “We had the impression that the whole movement of our army’s components was like an anthill someone had struck with a stick.” Jestadt reflected on the corresponding influence on morale: “Disappointment, even anger spread among the men. Almost every soldier saw that something here just isn't right." Heinz Schmolke, a company commander in the division’s Panzer Grenadier Regiment 26, wrote later, “The troops and frontline officers of all ranks knew back then that the enemy had to be driven back into the sea in his moment of weakness; that is during the first hours after the landings…. My regiment only went into action on the third day of the invasion, although we could have engaged the enemy within the first three hours."

Colonel Alexis Freiherr von Roenne. As chief of Foreign Armies West and a protégé of Gehlen, he sought to deceive Hitler, Rommel, and Rundstedt through bogus reports that the Normandy operation was a feint intended to divert German formations from Calais, further to the north where the real invasion was supposedly about to take place.

Jaxson Taylor
Jaxson Taylor

At dawn on June 6, Lieutenant Adalbert Bärwolf flew a Messerschmidt Bf 109 model G8 observation plane over the Allied invasion fleet. The photographs he took of the enormous armada off the Normandy coast should have dispelled any doubt that this was the only landing force. The general staff of Army Group B took no action, nor did it forward the images up the chain of command.

One “report at hand” that Speidel forgot to mention was the capture on the afternoon of June 7 of Allied operational plans for the U.S. Army’s 5th and 6th Corps and for the British 30th Corps. Supporting a counterattack by the engineer battalion of the German 352nd Infantry Division and Grenadier Regiment 916, Cossacks of the 493rd East Battalion discovered the documents among the bodies of U.S. naval officers in an abandoned landing craft. Over 100 pages long, the cache revealed that the Normandy operation would be the only invasion. Lieutenant Colonel Fritz Ziegelmann of the 352nd delivered the find to his superiors. The headquarters of the 7th Army did not act on this valuable intelligence coup.

The German method of employing French waterways at night to convey materiel remained successful and undetected by the Allies until Finckh interfered. Under his direction, just one tenth of the artillery’s allotted ammunition was coming forward, despite sufficient stores in the depots. The troops were receiving only one fifth of the required quantity of other supplies. On July 2, General Alfred Gause reported from Caan that only three to five rounds per gun were available to German batteries per day.

“A great measure of the German military’s wretched performance in France after the invasion was the result of attempts by the conspirators and their friends to surrender to the Western powers or to let the Americans and the English pass right through our front lines, so that they would reach Germany before the Russians did."

It is inconceivable that the German army in France, major component of an experienced combat force accustomed to fighting at unfavorable odds, could function in such chaotic fashion after months of preparation and rehearsal for a crucial battle. In January 1944 by comparison, withdrawing German troops in Italy occupied the Gustav Line south of Rome. Their engineers had begun fortifying it the previous October. Despite being outnumbered in some sectors by Allied forces ten to one, with virtually no armor or air support, the German defenders held their position for four months. At Cassino, the key position on the Gustav Line, a New Zealand division spent four days trying to neutralize a single German panzer concealed in the ruins, suffering nearly 300 men killed. The Germans at Normandy possessed hundreds of panzers and stronger, more systematically prepared defenses, yet forfeited the initiative on the first day of combat.

The next time some shill tries to convince you that losing the war was Hitler's fault, because he "overrode his generals," tell him to fuck off.

And read this book, if you haven't already.

Ryan Miller
Ryan Miller

Retarded propagandists, quit trying to fake up nazism to distract reformists from tearing down the vapid authoritarianism of a world on the technological brink of eternity. We have flesh vats THIS YEAR. In ten they will have quite substantially displaced traditional meatfarming and begun exerting a powerful transformative influence over medicine.

Gavin Peterson
Gavin Peterson

Fuck off spamming kike.

Parker Bailey
Parker Bailey

Doing god's work op.

Brody Roberts
Brody Roberts

trick the u.s into the war?
Actually, Roosevelt did everything he could to force the US into the war. Pearl Harbour was intentional. This book mentions that, too.

"Day of Deceit" is the book exploring FDR's (((trickery))) in detail.

Sebastian Campbell
Sebastian Campbell

Germany lost world war 2 because they were gay for brutal domination.

Hunter Hall
Hunter Hall

Didn't get the first post oy vey

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Connor Taylor
Connor Taylor

Don't forget that christians were actively sabotaging NS Germany because they were against Positive Christianity.

Dominic Wright
Dominic Wright

I think this was the primary reason but a bunch of cocksucking nobles didn't help things.

Ryan Gutierrez
Ryan Gutierrez

hitler was tweaked out on meth half of the war, i get he did some good things but i dont know why you guys love him so much. If hitler had been assassinated in 43' the world would be a much better place

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Blake Gonzalez
Blake Gonzalez

You’re just pissed that someone else isn’t a slave.

Jacob Jackson
Jacob Jackson

The whole reason the opposition *must* be nazis is that you’re supposed to know yourself as wild animals who haven’t been tranqed with uplift serums yet. You’re not to have any achievable ambition or cogent cultural commentary; you’re supposed to be so irredeemably pissed off forever that violating your rights becomes politically palatable.

It’s part of a thirty year mind control plot, and… Well, I’m batting for the other team, lol. You people won’t give up your “defiant” nazism just because I want you to. I mean, no way! You’ll completely bury this post and try to forget it ever existed.

Jason Lee
Jason Lee

Meh.

You faggots keep talking about this war, against the Jews, against Globalism. Can't you see? We already lost. We lost decades ago.

They've nearly fulfilled their plans and very shortly they will instigate the global cataclysm to bring about their one world government.

And the best part is that this is prophecy, just as the Bible spoke of. We can't change it. Resistance IS futile. The only benefit we can find is in joining them, as we are the only intelligent ones that see through the lies. We must join them and become the system, as it is useless to fight against it.

Christopher Gutierrez
Christopher Gutierrez

TRAITORS
first of them was ah, bankers, oligarchs and zionists marionette
traitor to the pact with the ussr
slavs hater
and just a bad person and manipulator of the people masses
"thanks" for israel fuckin ah

Mason Myers
Mason Myers

Sending troops into Russia was the ultimate mistake.
I can't truly believe that this was intentional, or could ever be seen as a decent strategy.

It's more likely that traitors were deliberately issuing evil recommendations and terrible ideas. Even an idea like the holocaust is absolutely asinine.

It's better to establish Israel, and then forcefully boot all Jews out of Europe, and into Israel. That would create peace and solve the issue.

Then there could be no rumors of civilian murder, and beyond just that, if German troops had remain in Germany, or had focused more on England instead, then that would be preferable.

Beyond just that, I cannot truly believe that the Japanese would REALLY choose to literally kill themselves on Pearl Harbor. Now, be aware that Pearl Harbor is not on mainland USA.

It is far, far, out to sea, in such a position as to be nothing more than a defensive post. It likely cannot properly perform an invasion, nor is there anything gained from invading it.

Thus, it is likely that the Japanese turned traitor, and sent men to die for the sole purpose of tricking America into joining the war against the Axis.

Spain should have been allied with Hitler. The world would be better, and I'm not even a National Socialist. I would just prefer the history of the world where Hitler wins WWII, but due to economic issues and war weariness, they still slowly dwindle in power, to create a more fair, balanced environment.

Essentially, WWII should have been settled in Germany's favor, but then Germany should be happy that they won, and stop expanding, stop exerting such strength, allowing the other countries around them to normalize, thus allowing European civilization to properly continue.

That is the righteous course of history.

Luke Morales
Luke Morales

Basically Hitler lost the war when he turned the movement from a populist reaction to an "Elite" vanguard revolution. Even fucking Machiavelli figured out way back when that the support of nobles is always tenuous at best because much like the Jews that they enable they are loyal only to themselves and their clan.

tl;dr never trust or count on the nobles of your country to do the right thing.

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Jason Bailey
Jason Bailey

Actually, Roosevelt did everything he could to force the US into the war. Pearl Harbour was intentional
Bingo, there was no tricking needed for what was already a totally jew controlled nation for almost 100 years by that point.

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Sebastian Russell
Sebastian Russell

Keep your demoralization to yourself

Time stops for no one

Blake Baker
Blake Baker

Germany lost because its political leadership - except for Goebbels, Speer and the man himself - were inept, corrupt, dimwitted fools.

Apart from that, a nation that has to import literally all strategic resources, even high quality iron ores for high quality steel, shouldn't start a war against literally everyone else. No matter how good the initial strategy is, they will inevitably loose since they will run out of men, resources and morale.

Carter Collins
Carter Collins

shouldn't start a war against literally everyone else
Who attacked who?
England and France declared war on The Third Reich after they took back lands that were their lands before the disastrous Versailles treaty

Colton Gray
Colton Gray

"demoralization"

You redditors sure do love your buzzwords. Next up I'll be called kike shill.

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Bentley Evans
Bentley Evans

Hitler's intentions were clearly formulated and well structured. And VERY WELL known by everyone involved. It was no secret that he would start a war - eventually. Now, it is accurate to say the (((Allies))) pre-empted in '39 because they didn't have the resources or even will to meet Hitler on his terms. But does it change the facts that Hitler needed to start a war to build his Greater Germany in the eastern territories? Or to get rid off bolshevism and its Jewish masters?

Zachary Bell
Zachary Bell

Ah, yes, the butthurt is strong with the jew. They use it well to will the naughty goyim into their own destruction.

You will be rich as a king, what care you of your country? What has your country ever done for you? Why listen to that JFK faggot whom's head we popped like Mahomet eating 7 year old cherries?

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Luis Lewis
Luis Lewis

he would of cleared out the kikes of europe but left paris to the french, london to the brits, ect. he only wanted to rule over germans

Angel Russell
Angel Russell

We already lost.
We lost decades ago.
Resistance IS futile
The only benefit we can find is in joining them
the best part is that this is prophecy
We can't change it.
it is useless to fight against it.

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Christopher Turner
Christopher Turner

Read this book, extremely rare and so much insight by Hitler's architect Hermann Giesler.

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Hunter Brown
Hunter Brown

Hitler's intentions were clearly formulated and well structured.
<3
It was no secret that he would start a war - eventually.
Against whom?
Now, it is accurate to say the (((Allies))) pre-empted in '39 because they didn't have the resources or even will to meet Hitler on his terms.
Yes.
But does it change the facts that Hitler needed to start a war to build his Greater Germany in the eastern territories?
No and that's a good thing because Whites deserve more Lebensraum. There was no need for GB and England to start intervening if it wasn't for (((them))).
Or to get rid off bolshevism and its Jewish masters?
Because it's the nuclear option.

Christopher Miller
Christopher Miller

Sending troops into Russia was the ultimate mistake.
Says the ignoramus. It was exactly the right thing to do, and at the opportune time (See: USSR planning a continent-wide invasion).

Jacob Thomas
Jacob Thomas

Fuck off. The nobility will always matter more than common filth.

Jacob Adams
Jacob Adams

The common man truly is a filthy, low-bred creature. Breeding is everything.

I'm sure many here would agree with that statement. But they'd disagree when I say I'm talking about THEM.

Connor Roberts
Connor Roberts

Many of us probably descend from nobility. It's what high-functioning "autism" really is. A people that were bred in seclusion from the rest of the population and selected for traits like intelligence and morality. Its the administrative mind.

Eli Morris
Eli Morris

I am descended from a founding father, and from him the world's most famous privateer. And from him German nobility.

I also happen to share most of their traits. Unsurprising, as personalty is largely heritable. I couldn't imagine someone from the heritage of peasantry would make something of themselves, unless they had distant noble genes expressing themselves.

There's a reason niggers are of a certain personality and intelligence. And it applies to Europeans of different tribes as well.

Jordan Garcia
Jordan Garcia

I couldn't imagine someone from the heritage of peasantry would make something of themselves
These are normies. That's why they only care about their immediate and social situations. That's exactly what serfs had to worry about in their daily lives. That being said every class of people is necessary for a nation to thrive. The enlightenment was the usurpation of the rightful aristocracy by the lecherous merchant class. The jew is a merchant race and has positioned themselves as the new aristocracy, but the world modeled after a merchant's mind is the disgusting present we find ourselves in. In truth I think Hitler and Evola both had good points, but weren't quite spot-on.

Hitler was correct in his racial distinctions but didn't realize the importance of class delineation. Evola was ignorant of the importance of race, but was correct in his view of the aristocratic principle.