Monday, 21 May 2012
Adolf Hitlers Struggle for Peace
One thing Adolf Hitler was determined to achieve second to the rebuilding Germany was the prevention of another world war. But Hitler was unaware that Britain was not entirely ruled by its parliament and prime minister as it appeared to be on the surface and still appears today, but by the House of Rothschild, the heads of International Jewry. He was unaware until far too late that Winston Churchill, who had been funded at a time when he was on his uppers and about to lose his vast country estate and was therefore a bought and paid for agent of the Rothschilds and being run on their behalf by Bernard Barouche; Victor Rothschild being the unseen handler and puppeteer behind the scenes. And so the many attempts by Hitler to keep peace with Britain went unrewarded and even a dangerous act of courage and selflessness by Rudolf Hess in landing in Britain to try to stop the war was missjudged faith in a nation simply not then or now reflective or representative of its own people but of the transnational Jewish elites who own and control it. Adolf Hitler had no idea that the British governments then and now are in no way nationalist or patriotic and that was how Germany would also become as a result of an ongoing programme of national brainwashing (through education, media and entertainment) from birth by the Jews, which began immediatly following the end of the second world war. When too late Hitler discovered the truth about the Rothschilds and their family and puppets on Wall Street he described London as the true nest of vipers.