Even after an armistice ended World War I, the rapacious victors continued a devastating blockade of Germany.
If one word could describe Germany during the immediate aftermath of World War I, it would be “starvation.” And yet, while some 900,000 German men, women and children were starving to death, the American and British public knew nothing about the reason for this holocaust, deliberately caused by the continuation of a wartime British naval blockade.
In remembrance of not only those who bravely fought in the most hellish conditions of modern warfare but the victims that came after it. It should be noted that Germany was not the only ones to suffer at the hands of the Democratic Allies.
The Central Powers: Germany, The Ottoman Empire (Turkey), The Austrian-Hungarian Empire, and Bulgaria.
A certain highly-decorated and twice-injured (badly) war hero was not pleased by the treason of 11-11-1918 and its horrible aftermath. He took to political activism in order to right the wrongs.
“We must call to account the November Criminals of 1918. It cannot be that two million Germans should have fallen in vain and that afterwards one should sit down as friends at the same table with traitors. No, we do not pardon, we demand – Vengeance! ”
– Hitler, Munich Speech, September 1922
So, who or what forces prompted Germany’s bizarre decision to just lay down its substantial arms and suddenly retreat from the Western frontiers?
1. The internal force of Jewish-led Marxists (Luxemburg, Liebknecht et al) and ambitious liberals who wanted Germany to lose and become a “democracy” or even a full blown Communist state.
2. The internal force of Zionists (who overlapped with #1) who wanted Germany to lose so that British forces could be freed up to take Palestine away from Turkey – Germany’s ally.
By the fall of 1918, the war had essentially reached a stalemate, with neither Germany nor the Allies being able to achieve a decisive victory. However, the internal social and political establishment of Germany began to crumble. Jewish-German Communists Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht founded the “Spartacus League“, which later became the Communist Party of Germany. Aided by Jewish-Hungarian Bela Kun, the group attempted to take advantage of post-war chaos and stage a coup in Berlin. Fearing the same fate as the Czar, Kaiser Wilhelm fled to Holland. While a group of veterans known as the Freikorps reclaim control, the Communists continually attempt to seize power.
The Allied powers took advantage of the internal destabilization that was taking place in Germany and did not invite Germany to take part in the Paris Peace Conference, where a series of treaties were devised to reorganize Europe and establish the world governing body known as the League of Nations. It was out of this that the Treaty of Versailles was established which included the following provisions:
Germany accepts 100% responsibility for the war.
The industrial German Rhineland will be occupied by French troops for the next 15 years.
The German Sudetenland region is put under the rule of the new nation of Czechoslovakia.
The new state of Austria is forbidden from uniting with their Germanic brothers in Germany.
Germany is stripped of her African colonies. Britain, France, & Belgium take them over.
The coal-rich Saar region of Germany is placed under League of Nations control for 15 years. During this time, its coal is to be shipped to France.
The Baltic Sea port city of Danzig is separated from Germany and declared a “free city.”
Germany is forced to pay massive war reparations in the form of money and natural resources. The crushing debt payments, equal to 1 Trillion dollars in modern currency, will devastate the German economy and soon cause a hyperinflationary monetary collapse.
There can be no mistaking that the objective here was to demoralize and cripple Germany so that it could not pose a threat to the hegemony of the Anglo-Zionist Financial and Corporate Empire. This war was not about “spreading democracy”, it was economic power and control.
“Is there any man or woman let me say, is there any child who does not know that the seed of war in the modern world is industrial and commercial rivalry? …This was an industrial and commercial war.” – Woodrow Wilson
Remember the truth of the Great War when you decide to wear a poppy to commemorate the victory of the conceited Allies.
Lest we forget the truth, for the truth fears no investigation.