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Replying to 20312) Flintstone Saturday, 12 August 2017 09:45 AM
Dresden, Hamburg, Berlin, etc
Bombing of Bulgaria
The Balfour Declaration
The Battle of Dieppe
and much more
In 1939, Churchill and his “War Party” campaigned for war against Germany in the full knowledge that the real threat to Western Civilization was Bolshevist Russia. Churchill turned down 33 peace offers from Hitler (in fact he never even replied), Even after Dunkirk, Hilter offered a generous peace treaty but Churchill rejected the offer and so millions more had to perish.
Germany invaded Poland on 1st Sept 1939 - war declared
USSR invaded Poland on 17th September 1939 - Silence.
"That's Tough" To quote Trump
Churchill even hoaxed his own capture as a Rothschild financed war reporter in the Boar War (1898), so as to receive undeserved acclaim. Rather like John McCain and John Kerry,
Before WW2, Winston was a bankrupt (he spent £40,000 a year on casinos and £54,000 on booze (adjusted)) and so was bailed out by South African banker Sir Henry Strakosch (bail outs don't come without favors) - Just like Trump was bailed out by Wilbur Ross.
On D-Day churchill (an ex Chancellor of the Exchequer) was solvent for the first time in 20 years.
Roosevelt knew all about Pearl Harbor and it is quite likely that Churchill did too.
But unlike Trump, Churchill had a way with words:
"To our Allies and well-wishers in Europe, to our American friends and helpers drawing ever closer in their might across the ocean, this is the message-lift up your hearts, all will come right. Out of depths of sorrow and sacrifice will be born again the glory of mankind".