MAKOW: Hitler and Bormann Were Traitors – The Smoking Gun

MAKOW: Hitler and Bormann Were Traitors – The Smoking Gun

Posted By: NaturalWisdom
Date: Monday, 15-May-2023 18:41:42

In Response To: (VIDEO 2.47) FROM AN UNKNOWN PRIVATE FILM COLLECTION ARCHIVE (Nazi expeditions in Egypt and Antarctica) (Lymerick)

Editor’s Note- Longtime readers are familiar with this information but my traffic indicates that many new people are opening their minds to the Illuminati (Masonic Jewish) conspiracy.Hitler and Bormann Were Traitors – The Smoking Gun
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
May 15, 2023
(Updated from March 16, 2017, July 14, 2019 & May 18, 2022)

In the winter of 1941-42, (Reinhard) Gehlen and fellow generals had concluded that the Russian campaign was doomed “not because it could not be militarily or politically won, but because of Hitler’s continued interference, that resulted in such elementary blunders that defeat was inevitable.”

Despite the fact that Hitler had covered for the traitor (Martin) Bormann, Gehlen didn’t come to the obvious deduction, that Hitler’s “elementary blunders” were deliberate.

In his book (“The Service” (World Pub.1972)), Gehlen details some of these blunders.

The General Staff wanted to concentrate resources on capturing Moscow. Hitler insisted on dissipating the effort on three fronts.

The General Staff saw that the Soviets were going to entrap the Sixth Army at Stalingrad, and demanded a strategic withdrawal. Hitler vetoed this and 200,000 of Germany’s best troops (and irreplaceable weaponry) were killed and captured.

To replace these losses, the General Staff wanted to recruit millions of willing volunteers from anti-Communist ranks, i.e. Russians, Ukrainians, Lithuanians etc.

“After 20 years of arbitrary injustice and terror, the re-establishment of elementary human rights such as the dignity of man, liberty, justice, and the sanctity of property united every inhabitant of the Soviet empire in a common readiness to support the Germans.”

The Wehrmacht began to build a nationalist regime around the charismatic Russian defector, General Vlasov.

Indeed, such an appeal was Stalin’s worst nightmare, according to his son, who became a POW.

“The one thing my father dreads is the emergence of a nationalist regime opposed to him. But that is a step you’ll never take.” Yakov told his Nazi interrogator. “Because we know you have not set out to liberate our country but to conquer it.”

Wrong. If Hitler’s aim was to conquer Russia, he would have deceived the locals, and then crushed them later. Hitler’s real aim was not to defeat Russia but for Russia to defeat Germany.

Hitler didn’t try to deceive the Slavs about his genocidal plans for them, and instead of being welcomed, won their implacable resistance and hate. Stalin knew he could trust Hitler, a fellow Illuminati agent, to take a fall.

Similarly, if Hitler’s real aim was to thwart the Jewish bankers, he would have invaded England not Russia.


(VIDEO 2.47) FROM AN UNKNOWN PRIVATE FILM COLLECTION ARCHIVE (Nazi expeditions in Egypt and Antarctica)

Posted By: Lymerick
Date: Monday, 15-May-2023 17:11:17 is said to be a rare footage from an unknown private film collection archive, that supposedly shows objects and ancient devices that were discovered and then taken away during the Nazi expeditions in Egypt and Antarctica, and which are still shrouded in secrecy.
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