Of the many, and we do mean many, popular
misconceptions about the grand history-altering event known as World War II surrounds the true nature of the German-Soviet
Non-Aggression Pact -- also
known as the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact after the two foreign
ministers who negotiated and then finalized the agreement in late August of 1939. As the stupid story goes, this was the moment
when Hitler and Stalin made the deal to carve up Poland and - in a 'secret protocol' - the rest of eastern Europe..
1- Molotov (seated and signing) and Ribbentrop (standing behind Molotov, next
2 & 3 - The western-juden press mocked and condemned
for this pact being part of Hitler's grand plot to kick-off a war is based on the fact that Germany invaded Poland from the
west on September 1, 1939 (just one week after the deal); and Stalin's Red Army rolled into Poland from the east
about two weeks after that. Germany reclaimed territories that had been taken from her by the brutal Versailles Treaty which
was imposed upon Germany after 'The Great War" (World War I); and the Soviets did likewise. So, the true purpose
of the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact is obvious. Right? Wrong!
The court-historians who pen this corrupting crap
conveniently "forget" to mention the critical events of 1938 and 1939 which preceded Hitler's 'hold-my-nose' outreach
to Stalin. You see, during the 12 month period leading up to the pact, both Britain and France (Germany's adversaries
from World War I) had been openly courting Stalin's genocidal Communist regime with the hopes of resurrecting
a new version of the Triple Entente Alliance that preceded the 2-front kickoff of World War I against Germany. The plan of
the Globalist-Jewish warmongers was for the military dictator of Poland (Rydz-Smigly) to pick a fight with Germany; for Britain and France to then attack Germany from the west (in "defense"
of Poland); and finally, for the Soviet Union to then join the fight against Germany from the east.
Again, this premeditated
aggression plot towards Germany was being discussed openly and in "mainstream media". For example, as early as 1938, a book titled, 'A New Holy Alliance', by renowned Jewish writer Emil Ludwig,
called for a resurrection of the very same 2-front military alliance that had been arrayed against Germany two decades earlier
(UK-France-US-Russia). In April of 1939, the highly, and we do mean highly, influential New
York-based Council on Foreign Relations, in its magazine Foreign Affairs, carried a favorable
review for Ludwig's book, in which the possibility of forging a 2-front alliance was confirmed. Here's the introduction to
the review for Ludwig's book, from Foreign Affairs Quarterly:
"The new alliance against Fascism, proposed by the famous biographer, is to include
Britain, France and the United States, though other countries, like Russia, might join. There is a chapter
analyzing the German temperament and the German state, and one comparing Hitler and Mussolini, to the latter's advantage."
Ludwig's warmongering book argued that the
western powers should be open to courting Stalin to join an "anti-fascist" alliance. The Council on Foreign Relations,
in its Quarterly Review (Foreign Affairs), regarded Ludwig's proposal positively.
This idea of encircling
Germany would soon be promoted by the warmongers in Britain. The New York Times, in its May 11, 1939, ran the following headlines
and excerpts -- which no court-historian can now deny:
RUSSIA IS ASSURED SHE NEED NOT FIGHT UNTIL BRITAIN DOES
Chamberlain Says French
and the British Would Act First in War Covered by Pact
STILL SHUNS AN ALLIANCE
Demand for Soviet Accord Is More Insistent - Closure Voted by Commons
With the Anglo-Russian negotiations still pending, Prime Minister
Chamberlain gave public assurance to the Soviet yesterday that it would not be expected to enter any
war until the French and British were already in the field. In another statement before the House of Commons the Prime
Minister urged speed on the secret mobilization bills, and in response the House voted
to limit debate so as to pass the measures next week.
British Assurance Given
By Robert P. Post
Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES
LONDON, May 10. - Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain gave
public assurances to Russia today that she was not expected to fight for any of the smaller European
States unless Britain and France fought, too
Demand for Soviet Pact Rises
Sir Arthur Willert
Noted British Journalist
1- A proposed alliance with Stalin against
Germany --- in black & white -- printed in the New York Times. (here)
2- Marshall Smigly-Rydz
of Poland -- his job was to pick a fight with Hitler so that the allies could then impose another multi-front war upon Germany.
3- It's all fully documented and presented in 'The Bad War' by M S King. Hitler was no fool. He saw right through the open game and attempted to check the Anglo-French
alliance by striking a Non-Aggression Pact with the Soviet Union.
This was not done out of any new-found love for Stalin, of course -- but solely to thwart the warmongering western
allies by neutralizing their hoped-for new Triple Entente with Russia. Even as the pact was being hammered out, Hitler
still tried to avoid war by reaching out to the allies for talks -- which they, not Hitler, refused to engage
in. Anyone who doubts this should read the impassioned letter which Hitler wrote to French President Daladier just days after
Ribbentrop and Molotov finished their deal in Moscow.
As for Stalin and his messenger Molotov, the chess-game that they were playing had nothing
to do with wanting a long term peace with Germany. Stalin and his henchmen planned to sit by and quietly amass millions of
troops along the German frontier while Germany and the allies exhausted themselves in the west. At the right time, the massive
and fully equipped Red Army would pounce on an unsuspecting Germany from the east, and then take all of Europe. Stalin
almost pulled it off in 1941; but Hitler, having suspected what was coming, beat him to the punch and routed the surprised
Red Army (who were in offensive positions) all the way back to the outskirts of Moscow.
Because of its position at the center, Germany
was always vulnerable to a 2-front war. That's why the Triple Entente of World War I (Britain, France, Czarist Russia) posed
such a threat to Germany. By 1938 / 39, The Globalists were working hard to revive the encirclement scheme by partnering up
with Stalin's Bolshevik Russia.
So you see, Hitler's decision to send Ribbentrop to Moscow
to make a peace pact was not at all part of a scheme to divvy up the goods with Stalin -- except in the case that
Poland's Marshall Smigly should be stupid enough to still start a war at the behest of the western allies who were maniuplating
his ego -- which is exactly what happened. And nor was it Hitler who broke the pact in 1941 because the invasion
of Russia was purely a self-defensive maneuver. The Great One never lied, and here is what he had to say about 'Operation
Barbarossa', the invasion of the USSR in June, 1941:
"Already in 1940 it became increasingly clear from month to month that the plans of the men in the
Kremlin were aimed at the domination, and thus the destruction, of all of Europe. I have already told the nation of the build-up
of Soviet military power in the East during a period when Germany had only a few divisions in the provinces bordering Soviet
Russia. Only a blind person could fail to see that a military build-up of world-historical dimensions was being carried out.
And this was not in order to protect something that was being threatened, but rather to attack that which seemed incapable
of defense ... I may say this today: If the wave of more than 20,000 tanks, hundreds of divisions, tens of thousands of artillery
pieces, along with more than 10,000 airplanes, had not been kept from being set into motion against the Reich, Europe would
have been lost."
In the final
analysis, it was precisely the openly-planned 2-front liability, later aided greatly by U.S. entry into the war,
which doomed Germany to genocide, Globalist conquest, seven decades of U.S. occupation, three generations of guilt-trip brainwashing
and ultimately -- manly Merkel's migrant invasion that a dying Germany is experiencing today. And that, dear reader,
was the only reason that Hitler sent the talented Mr. Ribbentrop to cut an ill-fated deal with Molotov.
Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop was hanged after the Nuremberg Show Trials.
Soon after Germany and Russia began fighting, Britain's opportunistic (and short-sighted)
support of Communist Russia really came out in the open.
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