HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF
WISE WORDS FROM EUROPE�S MOST POPULAR STATESMAN
Despite media censorship and its readiness to parrot the Knesset�s line, the brutality of Israel�s rape of Palestine pushes itself relentlessly on to breakfast tables. Those who have the stomach for genocidal sadism masquerading as Israeli defence policy will be interested to see an interesting view of events in this region sixty-two years ago:
"The fact has obviously escaped Mr. Roosevelt's notice that Palestine is at present occupied not by German troops but by the English; and that the country is having its liberty restricted by the most brutal resort to force, is being robbed of its independence and is suffering the cruellest maltreatment for the benefit of Jewish interlopers.
The Arabs living in that country will therefore certainly not have complained to Mr. Roosevelt of German aggression, but they do voice a continuous appeal to the world, deploring the barbarous methods with which England is attempting to suppress a people which loves its freedom and is but defending it."
These words of crystal perception were spoken by none other than Adolf Hitler in his reply to Roosevelt during the Reichstag Session on 28th April 1939.
BRITANNIA RULES THE WAVES?
The other big story this week is that Britain�s ramshackle Royal Navy doesn�t have a single attack submarine available to defend Britain and its interests. So the Ministry of Defence have had to rent one from the German Government on an hourly basis. Don�t laugh but here is another prediction which has by force events come true:
"The English and the Germans cannot remain enemies forever just because they fought against each other for four and a half years. To have a strong party in Germany which will form a bulwark against Bolshevism is in the interests not only of England but also of all nations. You may have difficulties before you and the time may come when German friendship will not be without its value."
This was published in the Daily Mail on the 27th September 1930. Thank you, mein Fuhrer for providing us with an attack submarine. You must be laughing (or crying) in heaven.
Michael Walsh News Desk, 3rd November 2000