- Published on Saturday, 23 April 2016 11:25
When we write or talk about issues, we rely on our world view in mental pictures accumulated from everything we've been exposed to, from birth up to the point of speaking or writing. Today, because so much of what we say, do or write is permanently recorded, we are careful to censor our words to protect ourselves from attack through misrepresentation; that such self-censorship often fails doesn't stop us trying. As well as being misrepresented or mis-characterised, we're pigeon-holed, quite often the basis of something taken out of context - technology facilitates searching through screeds of information to find incriminating "evidence" and in our soundbite obsessed world, permanent damage to one's reputation can involve one statement. A classic example of this phenomenon is the term "holocaust denier" - any questioning of the holocaust is taken as endorsement of genocide and "evil". However, if we are to understand the world, we need to understand the truth of momentous events like the second world war. These two articles challenge our accepted world view but are corroborated by a growing number of independent studies.
National-socialism was far from an evil ideology. In fact, it was the best thing that ever happened to Germany. Most Germans who were old enough to remember the era ‘33-’39 will remember it as the happiest period of their life, however they’ll admit it with shame because they’ve been brainwashed to hate their history for many decades ever since. To understand the real situation in Hitler-Germany, I highly recommend you take a look at the Wintersonnenwende archive.
Rothschilds Conduct "Red Symphony" by Henry Makow
Incredible and bizarre as it sounds, humanity is indeed the victim of a diabolical conspiracy.
War, depression and genocide in the past century were not accidental or inevitable but the result of malevolent design.
One doesn't need to be an apologist for Hitler or National Socialism to want to understand what led up to WW2 and the claimed holocaust. Critical Thinking's research suggests all centralised power is corrupt and capable of acts of evil - we see plenty examples today to know this is the case. 9/11, 7/7 and the wars across the world are all the product of centralised (hierarchical) power, as were the two world wars of the 20th century engineered by the Structural Elite. All wars are banksters' wars and that has to be understood when re-evaluating history, including the holocaust. The issue is hidden power, not ethnicity, culture or race.