If there is one lesson to be learned from the war in Iraq it is that We The People are
lied to by our government on a grand scale. There is no reason to think that such horrific lies are a new
phenomenon. Indeed the safest assumption is that the government has been lying to us all along. Therefore,
nothing we have ever been taught in the state controlled schools or by the state controlled media should be
presumed truthful absent hard scientific proof.
Much of the mythology surrounding WW2 has already been
debunked, such as the soap and lampshade stories. Even the "Big Lie" attributed to Hitler was spun. Those who
have actually read "Mein Kampf" know that Hitler was not advocating the use of the "Big Lie" but warning
against its use by others.
Documents declassified in 1994 confirm that Franklin Roosevelt
knew the Japanese were planning to attack Pearl Harbor, but presented the attack to the American people as
a surprise, to anger them into war. Hence, it is reasonable to question all other aspects of WW2 as possibly
being propaganda as well.
Real history, true history, need never fear re-examination. The facts will
always withstand closer and closer looks. All that may change are the fine details. As an example, the finding
of the RMS Titanic revealed that the ship had indeed split in two as it sank, but the reality of the sinking
itself never changed, despite a fleet of submersibles visiting the wreck.
Likewise, the real story of
history may be refined by closer examination, but is never substantially changed. Only lies foisted on the
public for political gain need fear the light on re-examination.
History is laced with instances of
extreme cruelty by one group against the other. In almost every instance, the victims of that cruelty long for
closer examination of their persecutors, hope for it, lobby for it, demand it. Only in the case of what
happened in Germany's slave labor camps in WW2 do the purported victims work so hard to PREVENT any
examination of what happened. Is this not a strange dichotomy?
There is no question that the Nazis
were evil people as anyone who marches armed into another's lands to steal them are evil, whether it be Iraq
or Palestine. And there is no question that Germany had slave labor camps. And there is no question than a
great many people died in those camps.
What begs examination is whether the inmates at those camps
died of the typhoid epidemics that swept across Germany towards the end of the war, or whether there was a
deliberate program of extermination.
The modern nation of Israel owes its very existence to the latter
version of events. Here you had the entire world sacrificing much blood and treasure on the principle that one
nation did not have the right to simply grab the land belonging to another people, and you had the founders of
Israel seeking the world's permission to do exactly that in Palestine. Without a propaganda device to persuade
the world that Israel be allowed to do to Palestine what Germany could not be allowed to do to France, Israel
would not exist. So there is no question that motive existed to amplify the events of WW2 in a way that
supported the creation of Israel.
Well, Israel exists, and nobody seriously thinks it will go away any
time soon, nor should it because the people living there today had nothing to do with the events of WW2.
But as WW2 is now history from the middle of the last century it is time to go back and shed the
politically expedient lies that colored our perceptions and establish once and for all the facts of what
Email from a reader:
"Holocaust" numbers -
2000 days X 24
hours X 60 minutes X 60 seconds
That is 172,800,000 seconds
Divided by 6,000,000
Jew, identified, detained, "arrested", transported, killed, and body disposed of every 30 seconds
Please ck the math - I think it is correct