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Sunday, 18 June 2017

A nazi general may be a NATO general ? Yes .


We have already seen that the German administration after the WWII remained mostly occupied by Nazis, the same thing happened with the judicial system, secret service, army, etc. But what surpasses any fiction is like a Nazi general until the marrow came to be a senior NATO official

 
Nearest Hitler is difficult

 General Adolf Heusinger (August 4, 1897 – November 30, 1982) was a German general officer who served as Adolf Hitler’s Chief of the General Staff of the Army during World War II and served as the first Inspector General of the Bundeswehr, the West German armed forces, from 1957 to 1961. Heusinger served as Chairman of the NATO Military Committee from 1961 to 1964.


With the outbreak of the Second World War, the German Army High Command (the OKH) assumed its wartime organization. Heusinger accompanied the field staff and assisted in the planning of operations for the invasions of Poland, Denmark, Norway, and France and the Low Countries. He was promoted to colonel on August 1, 1940 and became chief of the Operationsabteilung in October 1940, making him number three in the Army planning hierarchy, after the Chief of the General Staff, General Franz Halder, and the Deputy Chief of the General Staff/Chief Quartermaster, General Friedrich Paulus.

Before
After the invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941, the OKH became primarily responsible for planning operations in that theater, while the Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht, or OKW) was responsible for other theaters. Halder was replaced as Chief of the General Staff in September 1942 by General Kurt Zeitzler. Heusinger remained chief of the Operationsabteilung and was promoted to Generalleutnant on January 1, 1943. In June 1944, Zeitzler became ill, and on June 10, Heusinger temporarily assumed his office as Chief of the General Staff of the Army. In this capacity, he attended the meeting at Adolf Hitler's Wolf's Lair on July 20, 1944, and was standing next to Hitler when the bomb planted by Claus von Stauffenberg exploded.
Heusinger was hospitalized for his injuries in the explosion, but was arrested and interrogated by the Gestapo to determine his role, if any, in the July Plot. 

After
Although there was evidence that Heusinger had had contacts with many of the conspirators, there was insufficient evidence to directly connect him to the plot, and he was freed in October 1944. However, he was placed into the "Führer-Reserve" and was not assigned to another position until March 25, 1945, when he was made chief of armed forces mapping department (Chef Wehrmacht-Kartenwesen). He was taken prisoner by the Western Allies in May 1945. 

 Upon surrendering to U. S. Army authorities in May 1945, the question of his implication as a war criminal arose in connection with certain orders he signed and forwarded which sealed the fate of captured Russian political indoctrination officers and Allied commandos

According to documents released by the German intelligence agency (Bundesnachrichtendienst, or BND) in 2014, Heusinger may have been part of the Schnez-Truppe (1), a secret army that veterans of the Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS sought to establish in the early ’50s. He was, according to news reports, wanted by the Russians in respect of organizing the Koriukivka massacre (mass murder of 6,700 residents of Koriukivka in Ukraine on 1-2 March 1943 by German SS. On 9 March, the Germans returned to Koriukivka and burned alive some elderly people who had returned to the village after escaping thinking it was safe).(2) 

Adolf Heusinger a clever guy.






Adolf Heusinger a despicable nazi






   











 How clever are the Germans !.  Their murderous generals are not guilty because they only gave orders on the table , by the way also  signed them, and their murderous soldiers are not guilty because they only obeyed orders. Do you think that their sons and grandsons had changed ?

(1) The "Schnez-Truppe" was an illegal clandestine army put together in Germany from 1949 by veterans of the Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS under the leadership of Albert Schnez, that intended to fight against the Soviet Union.It has been reported as having had around 2,000 officers, with a total strength of up to 40,000 members

(2)    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koriukivka_massacre

CIA´s inform

Why was free

A lucky guy.



Sunday, 23 April 2017

The cruelty of the Germans has no limits

The more I study the history of the Holocaust and WWII, more convinced I am that, as Churchill said, it is a crime unparalleled in the history of mankind. 
Throughout history it is normal to commit all kinds of crimes when a city is conquered, and unfortunately will remain normal because that is human nature, crimes in "hot" in a war  are , and will be, common and almost all countries have committed at some point in its history.What is unusual, unheard of and totally original are the crimes committed by the Germans from 1933 to 1945 with the acquiescence and complicity, active or passive, of the vast majority of the German and Austrian population.

The coldness with which the Germans kicked the Jews out of work, then made their lives impossible, robbed them, secluded them for years in ghettos where they were starving them, and at the end of those years of torture they were either killed with bullets or with gas , Is something unheard of in human history. No one, nor any people did anything similar to that scale and for so long. This same behavior was followed in Russia by exterminating thousands of entire towns and villages and deliberately starving in a calculated way to the great cities in their power like Karkov.
As one Englishman said, it will be a long time before the Germans are allowed to be considered a civilized people.
 

Today Germany, with the support of the Western powers, especially the USA has done everything possible to hide the knowledge of these crimes, for almost 20 years they ignored all the atrocities they committed and were prevented from teaching them to the new generations, which is logical as the Nazis formed the majority of German government and administration, including the judiciary. Few Nazis were tried and with ridiculous , by short, sentences.Added to this is the difficulty of understanding the immensity of the crimes committed by the Germans, precisely because of their immensity, novelty and cruelty without limits.

 It is not the same to read that the Germans murdered more than three millions of Russian prisoners by hunger, that to know details of each one of them, their name, family, their childhood, their youth, their hopes, their first love, etc., now It is just one more in millions of murdered by the Germans.

The Hell

In the same way it isn´t the same to read that the Germans,in their usual slaughters, murdered 1500 villagers, to know how many families there were among them, children's stories, how many young girls with their first illusions cut off from scratch. If  we drew each one of the deads  with a symbol like O , multiply this symbol 1500 times to see graphically the immensity of the crimens, and is only one of the smallest of the massacres committed by the Germans.

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

These are 550 deaths and so till 1500.... 

That is why I have decided to give you real anecdotes, not just figures, of the murders committed by the Germans. Let's start with an example from the book "The Holocaust" by Martin Gilbert :

Among the most remarkable documents to have survived the war is the manuscript written in Birkenau by one of the members of the Sonderkommando, Salmen Lewental. This particular manuscript was discovered in 1962 in a jar buried in the ground near Crematorium III, where Lewental worked. The gaps in it are words destroyed by dampness which seeped into the jar. Lewental, who did not survive his gruesome work, recalled in his note book what may have been the same episode witnessed in its opening stages by Madame Vaillant Couturier and Rudolf Vrba.

Lewental’s account is headed ‘3,000 naked people’. It reads:


This was at the beginning of 1944. A cold, dry lashing wind was blowing. The soil was quite frozen. The first lorry, loaded brimful with naked women and girls, drove in front of Crematorium III. They were not standing close to one another, as usual, no; they did not stand on their feet at all, they were exhausted, they lay inertly one upon another in a state of utter exhaustion. They were sighing and groaning.

The lorry stopped, the tarpaulin was raised and they began to dump down the human mass in the way in which gravel is unloaded on to the road. Those that had lain at the edge, fell upon the hard ground, breaking their heads upon […] so that they weakened completely and had no strength left to move. The remaining [women] fell upon them, pressing them down with their weight. One heard […] groans.

 Those that were dumped down later, began to extricate themselves from the pile of bodies, stood […] on their feet and tried to walk […] the ground, they trembled and jerked horribly with cold, they slowly dragged themselves to the bunker, which was called Auskleidungsraum, ‘undressing room’ and to which steps led down, like to a cellar. 

Women in Auschwitz

The remainder [of the women] were taken down by men from the Kommando who swiftly ran upstairs, raised the fainted victims, left without help, extricated them carefully, crushed and barely breathing, from the heap [of bodies] and led them quickly downstairs. They were a long time in the camp and knew that the bunker (the gas-chamber) was the last step [leading] to death.

But still they were very grateful, with their eyes begging for mercy and with [the movements] of their trembling heads they expressed their thanks, at the same time giving signs with their there hands that they were unable to speak. They found solace in seeing tears of compassion and [an expression] of depression […] in the faces of those who were leading them downstairs. They were shaking with cold and […].

The women, taken downstairs, were permitted to sit down, the rest of them were led into this [con]fined, cold room, they jerked horribly and trembled with cold, [so] a coke stove was brought. Only some of them drew near enough to be able to feel the warmth emanating from the small stove. The rest sat, plunged in pain and sadness. It was cold but they were so resigned and embittered with their lives that they thought with abhorrence of physical sensations of any kind…. They were sitting far in the background and were silent.

Lewental then set down the story of a girl from the ghetto of Bedzin, who had been brought to Birkenau ‘towards the end of the summer’, and who now talked as she lay ‘helpless’:

She was left the only one of a numerous family. All the time she had been working hard, was undernourished, suffered the cold. Still, she was in good health and was well. She thought she would survive. Eight days ago no Jewish child was allowed to go to work. The order came. ‘Juden, antreten!’ ‘Jews, leave the ranks!’ Then the blocks were filled with Jewish girls. During the selection nobody paid attention whether they looked well or not, whether they were sick or well.

They were lined outside the block and later they were led to Block 25, there they were ordered to strip naked; [allegedly] they were to be examined as to their health. When they had stripped, all were driven to three blocks; one thousand persons in a block and there they were shut for three days and three nights, without getting a drop of water or a crumb of bread, even. So they had lived for three awful days and it was only the third night that bread was brought; one loaf of bread weighing, 1,40 kilogramme for sixteen persons, afterwards […] 
Auschwitz

‘If they had shot us then, gassed us, it would have been better. Many [women] lost consciousness and others were only semi-conscious. They lay crowded on bunks, motionless, helpless. Death would not have impressed us at all then.

‘The fourth day we were led from the block, the weakest were led to the Krankenstube (infirmary), and the rest were again given the normal camp ration of food and were left […] were taken […] to [life].

 ‘On the eighth day, that is five days later, we were again ordered to strip naked, Blocksperre (permission for prisoners to leave the blocks) was ordained. Our clothes were at once loaded and we, after many hours of waiting in the frost, were loaded into lorries and here we were dumped down on the ground. Such is the sad end of our last mistaken illusions. We have been, evidently, cursed even in our mothers’ wombs, since such a sad end fell to our lot.’

The girl from Bedzin had finished her story. As Lewental noted:

She could no more pronounce the last words because her voice became stifled with flowing [tears] […] from […] some women still tried to wrench themselves away, they looked at our faces, seeking compassion in them.

One of us, standing aside and looking at the immensity of unhappiness of those defenceless, tormented souls, could not master his feelings and wept.

One young girl then cried, ‘Look, what I have lived yet to see before my death: a look of compassion and tears shed because of our dreadful fate. Here, in the murderers’ camp, where they torture and beat and where they torment, where one sees murders and falling victims, here where men have lost the consciousness of the greatest disasters, here, where a brother or sister falls down in your sight, you cannot even vouchsafe them a [farewell] sigh, a man is still found who took to heart our horrible disaster and who expressed his sympathy with tears. Ah, this is wonderful, not natural. The tears and sighs of a living [man] will accompany us to our death, there is still somebody who will weep for us. And I thought we shall pass away like deserted orphans. The young man has given me some solace. Amidst only bandits and murderers I have seen, before my death, a man who still feels.’

She turned to the wall, propped her head against it and sobbed quietly, pathetically. She was deeply moved. Many girls stood and sat around, their heads bowed, and preserved a stubborn silence, looked with deep revulsion at this base world and particularly at us. 
The liberation by the Russians

One of them spoke, ‘I am still so young, I have really not experienced anything in my life, why should death of this kind fall to my lot? Why?’ She spoke very slowly in a faltering voice. She sighed heavily and proceeded, ‘And one should like so much to live a little bit longer.’

Having finished, she fell into a state of melancholy reverie and fixed her gaze on some distant point; fear of death emanated from her wildly shining eyes. Her companion regarded her with a sarcastic smile, she said, ‘This happy hour of which I dreamed so much has come at last. When the heart is full of pain and suffering, when it is oppressed by the criminal world, full of baseness and low corruption, [full of] limitless evil, then life becomes so troublesome, so hard and unbearable that one looks to death for rescue, for release. The nightmare, oppressing me, will vanish forever. My tormented thoughts will experience eternal rest. How dear, how sweet is the death of which one dreamed in the course of so many wakeful nights.’

 She spoke with fervour, with pathos and with dignity. ‘I am only sorry to sit here so naked, but to render death more sweet one must pass through that indignity, too.’ A young emaciated girl lay aloof and was moaning softly, ‘I am… dy… ing, I… am… dy… ing’ [;] a film was covering her eyes which turned this way and that […], they begged to live […].

 A mother was sitting with her daughter, they both spoke in Polish. She sat helplessly, spoke so softly that she could hardly be heard. She was clasping the head of her daughter with her hands and hugging her tightly. [She spoke] ‘In an hour we both shall die. What tragedy. My dearest, my last hope will die with you.’ She sat […] immersed in thought, with wide open, dimmed eyes […] threw […] around her so […].

After some minutes she came to and continued to speak, ‘On account of you my pain is so great that I am dying when I think of it.’ She let down her stiff arms and her daughter’s head sank down upon her mother’s knees.

A shiver passed through the body of the young girl, she called desperately, ‘Mamma!’ And she spoke no more, those were her last words.

 The order was then given, as Lewental noted, to conduct the women ‘into the road leading to the crematorium’


Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Violations of women in WWII "Marocchinate"

In the Western historiography that has given us a deliberately erroneous image of what happened in WWII, the rape of German women by Russian soldiers becomes especially relevant, but there is no mention of Russian women's rape by the Germans, much less a small difference , 99.9% of German women raped lived to tell it, most of the Russians were later killed.

Unfortunately in recent wars such as Yugoslavia and Ukraine, women continue to suffer, and many of the violations are hidden by the press, and we only find out about them months or years later by reading a book or a specialized report on the subject.


There is a case in the tragic WWII and as usual hidden when the rapists are Westerners or their collaborators, it is the massive rape of Italians by Moroccan soldiers under the orders of French officers.


 The French expeditionary body on the Italian front was composed of 130,000 men, mostly Moroccans, Algerians, Tunisians and Senegalese; The goumier were Moroccans of Berber ethnicity, natives of the Mountains of the Atlas, that constituted the colonial French irregular troop

Moroccan soldiers
Montecassino would be captured by the Allies on May 18, 1944. The following night, thousands of goumier roamed the mountain slopes surrounding towns and villages in the Ciociaria region. An Italian Senate Bill of 1996 figures victims of rape and sexual assault in more than 2,000 women (ages 11-86) and 600 men.1 An English report reveals that a large number of women and girls were raped in full Street, numerous sodomized prisoners and some notable men of the region, castrated.2 The writer Norman Lewis, at that time British officer on the front of Montecassino, narrated the facts as follows:
 All the women of Patrica, Pofi, Isoletta, Supino, and Morolo have been raped ... In Lenola on May 21, fifty women were raped, and since there were not enough of them, the girls and the elderly were also raped. Moroccans usually attack women in pairs: while one rapes her normally, the other sodomizes her.

 This was the harangue received by the colonial troops of the French Expeditionary Corps (FEC) under the command of General Alphonse Juin shortly before defeating the Germans in the battle of Montecassino (Italy) ...

General Alfhonse Juin
 
     If they win this battle, for fifty hours they will be the absolute masters of everything they find beyond the ranks of the enemy. Nobody will punish them for what they do, nobody will ask them for explanations for what they catch ...

 
Province of Frosinone
 The mayor of Esperia, a commune in the province of Frosinone, reported that in his city 700 women out of 2,500 inhabitants were raped, and that some had died as a result. According to testimonies collected by Bruno D'Epiro, 4 the parish priest of Esperia tried in vain to save three women from the violence of the soldiers, being repeatedly attacked and sodomized, resulting in death. According to some sources, more than 7,000 civilians, including children, were raped by members of the goumier body throughout the incident and throughout the affected area.5 The number of men killed has been estimated at around 800. 

With the advance of the allies along the peninsula, this type of events were also reported in the north of the province of Latium. 

It even came to coin a term for what happened there ... Marocchinate, massive rapes carried out by the goumiers against civilians of both sexes and of all ages after the battle of Montecassino ... with the approval of the officers of the FEC.

 An account of the survivors

 Two women (La Ciociara) is an Italian film of 1960 based on the novel of 1957 La peasant (La ciociara), written by Alberto Moravia. The story revolves around Cesira (Sophia Loren) and her daughter Rosetta (Eleonora Brown) during the advance of troops allied by the Italian peninsula. Michele (Jean-Paul Belmondo), communist intellectual with whom they establish relation, is captured by the Germans. In their attempt to return to Rome, refugees in a church, mother and daughter, are raped by Goumiers of the French colonial troops during the calls "Marocchinate".
Film frame
 Sophia Loren received the Oscar for Best Actress. It was the first time that award was given to someone who had acted in a film in a language other than English.

 This action of the Moroccan troops is not new, in the Spanish civil war 1936-1939, the Moorish troops commanded by the officers of Franco committed similar atrocities because they did not fight if they were not given several hours for the looting and violations.

Saturday, 4 February 2017

The Germans not only did not punish the majority of their criminals. They were rewarded!


Little by little, too slowly. The truth about postwar Germany is emerging.
The explanation of why there were so few trials, and such small condemnations to the depraved murderers of millions of people and child torturers, is clear, Adenauer's German government and later German governments were mostly made up of Nazis, As well as the courts, espionage service, administration, etc., and protected these assassins even by sending them to South America and allowing them to return whenever they wanted, like the sadistic doctor Mengele.
Although it seems incredible as says the film director Giullio Giacarelli  author of the film "The conspiracy of silence"
Im Labyrinth des Schweigens ( Germany 2014)  , "Before I started to study the subject, if someone had me Asked about the Second World War, he would have said that there was war, Auschwitz, the holocaust ... and that after the war Germany began to clean it ... But no, for 20 years she tried to hide it ".

Fritz Bauer . A Hero
 
 He said that the film was intended to be "a tribute" to prosecutor Fritz Bauer, who was held for some time in the Heuberg concentration camp, and an attempt "to reflect how a society reacted, in which there was a part that knew, but they did not want to know. " At the same time, he points out that this happened in the Federal Republic of Germany, but was different in East Germany, where "the Holocaust and the Nazi past were very instrumental."
By the way the prosecutor Bauer was assassinated, probably by the German secret service in 1968, in the style of the suicides of the members of the Baader-Mehinof band. "Suicide" in prison in 1977 or a muslim terrorist recently.There seems to be a tendency to commit suicide in German prisons   
There were no signs of suicidal tendencies in Bauer's behavior.
  The instruction of Bauer's deputy to request judicial autopsy was ignored by the Frankfurt prosecutor's office for reasons that are still unknown today, and the corpse was immediately handed over for incineration.

  It is very interesting to know the answer of the future German Chancellor Helmut Kölhn when prosecutor Bauer proposed , in 1962, that a brochure on the origin of the fascist "The Roots of Fascist and National Socialist Action" be distributed in the schools of a German region where it showed that the regime Nazi was not an "accident" in the history of Germany, the Ministry of Culture prohibited it.
  The then deputy of the CDU, and then Chancellor of Germany, Helmut Kólhn said that "the temporary distance to National Socialism is too short to make a definitive judgment on the phenomenon." In 1962, 17 years after the end of WWII !
 
  As usual, already happened during the Nuremberg trials, large segments of the German population protested against the trials to these  killers, they were on their side.

  Adding insult to injury, it is curious, the speed and extent with which the German government, after 1990, documented and tried the crimes committed in East Germany, while He didn´t almost nothing against the German murderers of millions of children, women and elderly for 45 years.

Very interesting the honors thesis of Helen Beckert The Effects of Denazification on Education in West Germany published in december 2016.

http://digitalcommons.murraystate.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1015&context=scholarsweek

  Failures of Denazification


The initial failure of denazification was its rejection by the German people. German citizens were tired of the war, its legacy, and the humiliating psychological effects of occupation by the victors. Under the Federal Republic, most formal programs of denazification quietly died out. Former members of the German army, the Wehrmacht, spread myths about the supposed innocence of the German people and the idea of a defensive war.
For most Germans, this version of history was much easier to digest than the gruesome reality. Since denazification liftedthe veil on Germany’s wrongdoings during World War II, most Germans rejected its policies to avoid shattering their worldview.

A more tangible failure of denazification was the ability of former Nazi officials to return to their old jobs or to obtain new positions of power. By the early 1950s, less care was given to the background of civil servants during the hiring process.

With the lowering of standards for  jobs, former Nazi Party members had the opportunity to return to their former places of employment or find new jobs in local, state, or even federal governments. Additionally, when denazification tribunals had been researching the backgrounds of suspected former Nazis, they often had no resources to fact-check information provided on the Fragebogen

Teachers who had been involved with the National Socialist movement could easily rejoin the profession by providing false information on these questionnaires. The backgrounds of these teachers certainly influenced how and what they taught during and after denazification. Many of them were likely uncomfortable lecturing on the negative aspects of the Third Reich that they had served just a few years previously.

Eventually, former Nazi officials would age out of government positions, but the decades following World War II saw many former National Socialists return to making

government decisions

 Among the millions of murderers, yes, millions, not thousands. There are some especially bleeding like the case  of Arnold Strippel. 
Strippel a German killer

 I do not know if there is anything more cruel than torturing a child and then hanging it, that's exactly what Arnold Strippel did with 20 children used as human guinea pigs by the sadistic doctor 
Kurt Heissmeyer. 

Dr. Heissmeyer 
Kurt Heissmeyer . Another German  killer
removed the children's lymph glands for analysis, and he injected living tuberculosis bacteria in their veins and directly into their lungs to determine if they had any natural immunities to tuberculosis.They were carefully observed, examined and photographed as the disease progressed. The condition of all the children deteriorated very rapidly and they became extremely ill.
His experiment was conducted on 20 Jewish children at Neuengamme concentration camp. The children, along with their four adult caretakers, were murdered by being hanged in the basement of Bullenhuser Damm School in Hamburg.
Strippel was convicted of war crimes at the Third Majdanek Trial before the West German Court in Düsseldorf (1975–1981) for his actions at Buchenwald and at the Majdanek concentration camp, Poland, where he served as deputy commandant.
Srippel after the war, free and rich.

  He was implicated in the torture and killing of many dozens of prisoners including 42 Soviet POWs in July 1942. Strippel received a nominal three-and-a-half year sentence. He also received 121,500 Deutsche Mark  reimbursement for the loss of earnings and his social security contributions, which made him a wealthy man.He used this windfall to purchase a condominium in Frankfurt, which he occupied until his death.

  
Shame on Germany!

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