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Old 06-25-2005, 08:28 PM
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Default The WWII Germany example

is constantly pulled out to illustrate one point or another. We use it as a reference because everybody knows about it and knows what is meant. However most people only know the Hollywood version.

Like most people I learned of Nazi Germany and soaked up the required message of terrible evil, some of which may have been the case. However how much longer should we be deceived about the true course of that war, when it seems likely that Churchill, Roosevelt and international bankers forced that war?


Mr. Makow in his most recent article uses the analogy that the US is mimicing the Germans of 1930. Plenty wrong in society but is it a correct analogy?

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