September 29, 2010

 

World Wars I & II


Since the end of World War II and with the advent of the internet it is now possible to better understand the cause and outcome of the war.

History is often written making World War II about race and the Holocaust. Race is but a layer of the onion to mask the real motive. The propaganda: "lesser races". But the real motivation for the war? Germany and Europe have a long history of religious conflict.

Religions of Europe in the Year 1900


Religious World Wars I & II

The Russian Revolution and Civil War of 1917-23, and World Wars I & II, are considered by some historians to have had a single cause.[1] The Papal States were seized several times beginning with Napoleon in 1798 until finally being dissolved in 1870.[2][3] Threatened with total annihilation the Vatican's fascist military Knights ran all sides of the wars to ETHNIC CLEANSE their historic foes: Protestant, Russian & Eastern Orthodox and Jewish peoples.
  
Fatima

In 1917, the very year of the Russian Revolution, at Fatima, the Catholics were being recruited by their priest with superstitious hysteria. Fatima message #2: "Russia would be consecrated to the Catholic Church." 

The Freemason led revolution entered Russia financed by the same in London and Wall Street.[6][7][8] The propaganda claimed the Russian Revolution was ran by a Jewish conspiracy. However, the roll call of the Bolshevik Party does not support this claim.[9][10] The Knights Templar of the Freemasons removed the Russian Orthodox from power in Moscow, dechristianize Russia,[11] and send the Jewish people into exile,[12] coinciding the Balfour Declaration creating the nation of Israel.[13]

German Protestants lived primarily in the northern and eastern states of Prussia. Prussia's capital prior to WW I was Berlin.[14] The news Teutonic Knights & Templars founded the Nazi Party at the Thule society.[15][16][17] With complete support of the Catholic Church, Catholics already accustomed to following Cardinals and Popes, followed Hitler, viewed as a savior and chosen leader of their Church's empire.[18][19] The first act of war was the 1932 Prussian coup.[20] This coup in Prussia was needed before the Catholic Centre Party could push through the Enabling Act that gave power to the Nazi Party.[21][22] Then in 1939 Nazi Germany with allied USSR divided the Prussian state of Poland that before the war was majority Protestant, today is 87% Catholic.[23]
 
The Soviet Story 
(video)
The award winning film shows recent uncovered archive documents revealing Soviet alliance with Nazis for extermination of the population. Interviews with former Soviet military intelligence officers unviel shocking details.

“The Soviet Story” is a story of an Allied power, which helped the Nazis to fight Jews and which slaughtered its own people on an industrial scale. Assisted by the West, this power triumphed on May 9th, 1945. Its crimes were made taboo, and the complete story of Europe's most murderous regime has never been told, until now.
  
Operation Barbarossa

Operation Barbarossa, Hitler's attack on previous allied USSR, enraged the "spirit of revenge" in Russian soldiers needed for the fierce attack on Prussia and the city Königsberg (today Kaliningrad, Russia).

Evacuation and Expulsion of Prussia
"Estimates of the number of displaced [Prussians] vary in the range of 13.5-16.5 million. The deaths of about 500,000 to 600,000 are verified, estimates derived with the population balance method put the death toll at about two million."[24][25][26][27] (Survivor video: Assault on East Prussia)

The Iron Curtain



"Roman Catholicism was the sole established religion in the country in the 15th century, but the Reformation changed this drastically. In 1517 Martin Luther challenged the Catholic Church as he saw it as a corruption of Christian faith. Through this, he altered the course of European and world history and established Protestantism."

"Before World War II, about two-thirds of the German population was Protestant and one-third was Roman Catholic. In the north and northeast of Germany especially, Protestants dominated"...[Placed behind the Soviet wall]..."Protestant areas were much more affected by secularism than predominantly Catholic areas. The predominantly irreligionist states (Hamburg and the East German states) used to be Lutheran strongholds."

Israel

Population estimates show 90% of Poland's 3 million Jews perish in the holocaust.[28] Similar happened in other parts of Europe.[29] Russia previously had the largest Jewish population anywhere, today has only 300,000.[30](video)

The Jewish people were often numbered with tattoos and herded towards Israel.[31][32] Creating Israel was an important wartime objective of the Jesuits, needed for their Counter-Reformation theology "Futurism" or Christian-Zionism.[33][34][35][36][37][38]

With Europe and most of the world reshaped the United Nations was realized at last.[39]



“It was of interest to me that the Pope said to me on this occasion that Germany must become the sword of the Catholic Church.” (Kaiser Wilhelm II on Pope Leo XIII, Leo Lehmann’s – Behind the Dictators, p22)
“Adolf Hitler, son of the Catholic Church, died while defending Christianity. It is therefore understandable that words cannot be found to lament over his death”. (General Franco of Spain. The Reforme, 03 May, 1945)

Further reading:

 • Vatican's Holocaust, by Avro Manhattan, (video)
 • The Protestant churches in Nazi Germany
 • Catholic Fascist dictators of the 20th Century
 • Vaitcan Ratlines (video)
 • DNA test on Hitler's skull:female,[2],(video)
 • The Jesuits in Japan, [1]
 • Psychiatry and the Holocaust,[1][2][3][4],(video)




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