The Biggest Cover-Up In History

This documentary tells the tale that the victors still do not want you to know.

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Holocaust Challenged for the First Time Ever on German TV

In 2015, Ursula Haverbeck made history in a defiant interview on German TV in which she threw down the gauntlet to the biggest taboo of our times – Holocaust Revisionism. This is a seismic event.

As many of you are likely aware, it is against the law in many countries to question certain aspects of the victor’s version of World War II, with thousands of honest people ending up in prison for seeking the truth. This is especially the case in Germany, where the German people are expected to feel guilty for crimes that they did not commit. Year after year, Germany is forced to pay massive amounts of reparations for these crimes that have no basis in reality.

We’ve been propagandized since birth, for generation after generation, concerning the “Holocaust” of jews, but we are never taught about the terror bombing, rape, torture, enslavement, ethnic cleansing, starvation, and mass murder of the German people during and after World War II. It’s time that we have a careful, scientific assessment of the claims made about the Holocaust, as well as those made in Hellstorm. Remember, truth does not fear investigation, and only lies need to be maintained by law.

American Doctor’s First-Hand Account of How He Saw Dachau’s SS Guards Tortured and Murdered by GIs

More revelations are coming out from the mainstream press concerning the atrocities committed against unarmed, defenseless Germans during and after World War II.

From Daily Mail:

An American WWII doctor told how he calmly watched US soldiers massacre German SS guards in the Dachau concentration camp because they ‘SO HAD IT COMING’.

Captain David Wilsey wrote to wife Emily that he did not have a ‘single disturbed emotion’ because he saw the Nazis as ‘SS Beasts’ that deserved to be slaughtered.

GIs tortured them by making them stand for hours in Heil Hitler salutes and pouring iced water over their naked backs before they were shot dead . . .

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At the time he helped liberate Dachau, Captain Wilsey was a 30-year-old anesthesiologist with the 116th Evacuation Hospital.

On V-E Day, May 8, 1945, he sent a seven page letter to his wife, Emily, which he began with: ‘My Most Precious Being’.

It spoke of how he saw 40,000 ‘wrecks of humanity’ walking around in what he called ‘THE home of SS Bestiality’.

The letter said: ‘I saw captured SS tortured against a wall [by U.S. soldiers] and then shot in what you Americans would call ‘cold blood’—but Emily!

‘God forgive me if I say I saw it done without a single disturbed emotion BECAUSE THEY SO HAD-IT-COMING after what I had just seen and what every minute more I have been seeing of the SS beasts’ actions’.

The letter also talks about how Captain Wilsey spend three ‘intensive’ days and five other days looting from the camp . . .

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Please note that there is still an incredible amount of bias, lies, and obfuscation within the DailyMail reporting, so you need to be a discerning reader. For example, if Dachau was a camp where inmates were being gassed to death, why were 40,000 inmates found alive walking around? The stories about SS guards being beasts are intended to excuse or justify their cold-blooded murder at the hands of the victors. Regardless, it is very interesting to see the massacre at Dachau being exposed by a big news outlet after it was featured in Hellstorm.

 

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The Red Army’s WWII Horror Orgy Of Rape Worse Than Thought

By Daniel Johnson | rense.com

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The Red Army’s orgy of rape in the dying days of Nazi Germany was conducted on a much greater scale than previously suspected, according to a new book by the military historian Anthony Beevor.

Beevor, the author of the best-selling Stalingrad, says advancing Soviet troops raped large numbers of Russian and Polish women held in concentration camps, as well as millions of Germans.

The extent of the Red Army’s indiscipline and depravity emerged as the author studied Soviet archives for his forthcoming book Berlin, to be published in April by Viking.

Beevor – who was educated at Sandhurst and served in the 11th Hussars (Prince Albert’s Own), an elite cavalry regiment – says details of the Soviet soldiers’ behaviour have forced him to revise his view of human nature.

“Having always in the past slightly pooh-poohed the idea that most men are potential rapists, I had to come to the conclusion that if there is a lack of army discipline, most men with a weapon, dehumanised by living through two or three years of war, do become potential rapists,” he told The Bookseller.

He appears to echo the American feminist Marilyn French’s notorious claim that “in their relations with women, all men are rapists, and that’s all they are”.

Any such resemblance is, however, superficial. Beevor is careful to qualify any suggestion that what happened from 1944 onwards is in any way typical of male behaviour in peacetime. But he admits that he was “shaken to the core” to discover that Russian and Polish women and girls liberated from concentration camps were also violated.

“That completely undermined the notion that the soldiers were using rape as a form of revenge against the Germans,” he said.

“By the time the Russians reached Berlin, soldiers were regarding women almost as carnal booty; they felt because they were liberating Europe they could behave as they pleased. That is very frightening, because one starts to realise that civilisation is terribly superficial and the facade can be stripped away in a very short time.”

Beevor’s high reputation as a historian ensures that his claims will be taken seriously. Stalingrad was widely praised and awarded the prestigious Samuel Johnson Prize, the Wolfson Prize for History and the Hawthornden Prize.

His account of the siege of Berlin, however, promises to be more controversial. “In many ways the fate of the women and the girls in Berlin is far worse than that of the soldiers starving and suffering in Stalingrad.”

To understand why the rape of Germany was so uniquely terrible, the context is essential. Operation Barbarossa, the Nazi invasion of Russia in 1941, began the most genocidal conflict in history. Perhaps 30 million inhabitants of the Soviet Union are now thought to have died during the war, including more than three million who were deliberately starved in German PoW camps.

The Germans, having shown no quarter, could expect none in return. Their casualties were also on a vast scale. In the Battle of Berlin alone more than a million German soldiers were killed or died later in captivity, plus at least 100,000 civilians. The Soviet Union lost more than 300,000 men.

Against this horrific background, Stalin and his commanders condoned or even justified rape, not only against Germans but also their allies in Hungary, Romania and Croatia. When the Yugoslav Communist Milovan Djilas protested to Stalin, the dictator exploded: “Can’t he understand it if a soldier who has crossed thousands of kilometres through blood and fire and death has fun with a woman or takes some trifle?”

And when German Communists warned him that the rapes were turning the population against them, Stalin fumed: “I will not allow anyone to drag the reputation of the Red Army in the mud.”

The rapes had begun as soon as the Red Army entered East Prussia and Silesia in 1944. In many towns and villages every female, aged from 10 to 80, was raped. Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the Nobel laureate who was then a young officer, described the horror in his narrative poem Prussian Nights: “The little daughter’s on the mattress,/Dead. How many have been on it/A platoon, a company perhaps?”

But Solzhenitsyn was rare: most of his comrades regarded rape as legitimate. As the offensive struck deep into Germany, the orders of Marshal Zhukov, their commander, stated: “Woe to the land of the murderers. We will get a terrible revenge for everything.”

By the time the Red Army reached Berlin its reputation, reinforced by Nazi propaganda, had already terrified the population, many of whom fled. Though the hopeless struggle came to an end in May 1945, the ordeal of German women did not.

How many German women were raped? One can only guess, but a high proportion of at least 15 million women who either lived in the Soviet Union zone or were expelled from the eastern provinces. The scale of rape is suggested by the fact that about two million women had illegal abortions every year between 1945 and 1948.

It was not until the winter of 1946-47 that the Soviet authorities, concerned by the spread of disease, imposed serious penalties on their forces in East Germany for fraternising with the enemy.

Soviet soldiers saw rape, often carried out in front of a woman’s husband and family, as an appropriate way of humiliating the Germans, who had treated Slavs as an inferior race with whom sexual relations were discouraged. Russia’s patriarchal society and the habit of binge-drinking were also factors, but more important was resentment at the discovery of Germany’s comparative wealth.

The fact, highlighted by Beevor, that Soviet troops raped not only Germans but also their victims, recently liberated from concentration camps, suggests that the sexual violence was often indiscriminate, although far fewer Russian or Polish women were raped when their areas were liberated compared to the conquered Germans.

Jews, however, were not necessarily regarded by Soviet troops as fellow victims of the Nazis. The Soviet commissars had commandeered German concentration camps in order to incarcerate their own political prisoners, who included “class enemies” as well as Nazi officials, and their attitude towards the previous inmates was, to say the least, unsentimental.

As for the millions of Russian prisoners or slave workers who survived the Nazis: those who were not executed as traitors or sent to the Gulag could count themselves lucky. The women among them were probably treated no better than the Germans, perhaps worse.

The rape of Germany left a bitter legacy. It contributed to the unpopularity of the East German communist regime and its consequent reliance on the Stasi secret police. The victims themselves were permanently traumatised: women of the wartime generation still refer to the Red Army war memorial in Berlin as “the Tomb of the Unknown Rapist”.

Source: rense.com

DailyMail: How thousands of Germans committed mass suicide as Allies approached in the final days of WWII

The truth of the horrors that the Germans faced as WWII came to a close is finally reaching a mainstream audience. Of course mainstream news outlets will not reveal the whole truth, which Hellstorm does, but it’s a step in the right direction.

From DailyMail.com:

At just 10-years-old Manfred Schuster stumbled upon the biggest mass suicide in modern European history.

Seventy years on he has never forgotten the ‘bloodcurdling’ screams as a group of around 50 women killed themselves and their children right in front of him.

The date was May 1, 1945, and he was in the German town of Demmin in the final days of the Third Reich.

Up to 2,000 residents killed themselves after the arrival of the Soviet Army sparked widespread panic.

‘I shall never forget the cries of ‘Mum, Mum,” Mr Schuster reportedly told the Times.

Mr Schuster and his family had only arrived in the town from Stettin, now Szcsecin, Poland, a few weeks earlier.

He told how he was returning from the shops along the banks of the river Peene with his friend when they heard the screams.

The boys saw around 50 women, weighed down with stones, jump to their deaths in the murky water with their children tethered to them.

‘The most horrible part was when a couple of the children broke free and made it back to the bank, from where they just looked on helplessly, screaming back at the water where their mothers and siblings had drowned.’

The mass suicides were triggered by the arrival of the Soviet Army the previous day who were responsible for sacking the town.

Thomas Goodrich and Kyle Hunt Discuss Hellstorm

Kyle invited Tom to join him on his show on RenegadeBroadcasting.com to talk a number of important topics, such as the recent release of the documentary, some important topics that can only be found in the book, and why this material is so relevant to our situation today. Have a listen to this great broadcast. There is lots of new material for your to consider.

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