The Good War


One of the biggest lies ever told

Foreword: I fully expect to be called a Nazi sympathizer for writing this on my website but simply put I do not care, if I am a Nazi sympathizer for pointing out the horrific actions that the 'good guys' committed during a war then so be it. But no amount of ad-hominem attacks will change my mind that facing a horrific enemy never justifies ethnic cleansing, mass rape, targeting of civilians or labelling entire peoples as 'subhuman savages unworthy of life' - I also do not believe that the Holocaust never happened nor do I deny the atrocious actions committed by the Fascist government in Germany and the Japanese army, so you can't slander me with the label of 'Holocaust denier'

For a long time now World War II has been painted as the 'good war' where the valiant and heroic Allied forces destroyed the advances of Fascism onto Europe and liberated the world from the Nazi menace. But as it's been said before, history is written by the victors and numerous crimes against humanity were committed by the Allies against the civilian population of the Axis countries, all of which went unpunished. As I've said once and I'll say again;

Those who are convinced they hold the moral high ground are capable of the most atrocious actions.

One thing I'd like to highlight is the numerous crimes that the USSR committed during the war, all of which were unpunished because they were on the side of the 'good guys' - so let's get into it.

Perhaps the biggest highlight of the Soviet attitude towards the German people can be summed up by Ilya Ehrenburg, a famous Soviet propagandist which had his words broadcast to the entire red army to prepare them for war, a choice quote of his that was first seen in flyers distributed to Soviet soldiers reads as follows:

"Kill! Kill! In the German race there is nothing but evil; not one among the living, not one among the yet unborn but is evil! Follow the precepts of Comrade Stalin. Stamp out the fascist beast once and for all in its lair! Use force and break the racial pride of these German women. Take them as your lawful booty. Kill! As you storm onward, kill, you gallant soldiers of the Red Army."

This can be seen in the accurately named 'rape of Berlin' that followed the Soviet invasion of Germany in which an estimated 2 million German women were gang raped by dozens of soldiers at once, met with decades of silence by the international and historical community, a segment from an article describing this reads as follows:

"In Dahlem, Soviet officers visited Sister Kunigunde, the mother superior of Haus Dahlem, a maternity clinic and orphanage. The officers and their men behaved impeccably. In fact, the officers even warned Sister Kunigunde about the second-line troops following on behind. Their prediction proved entirely accurate. Nuns, young girls, old women, pregnant women and mothers who had just given birth were all raped without pity.

Yet within a couple of days, a pattern emerged of soldiers flashing torches in the faces of women huddled in the bunkers to choose their victims. This process of selection, as opposed to the indiscriminate violence shown earlier, indicates a definite change. By this stage Soviet soldiers started to treat German women more as sexual spoils of war than as substitutes for the Wehrmacht on which to vent their rage.

Rape has often been defined by writers on the subject as an act of violence which has little to do with sex. But that is a definition from the victim's perspective. To understand the crime, one needs to see things from the perpetrator's point of view, especially in the later stages when unaggravated rape had succeeded the extreme onslaught of January and February.

Many women found themselves forced to "concede" to one soldier in the hope that he would protect them from others. Magda Wieland, a 24-year-old actress, was dragged from a cupboard in her apartment just off the Kurfürstendamm. A very young soldier from central Asia hauled her out. He was so excited at the prospect of a beautiful young blonde that he ejaculated prematurely. By sign language, she offered herself to him as a girlfriend if he would protect her from other Russian soldiers, but he went off to boast to his comrades and another soldier raped her. Ellen Goetz, a Jewish friend of Magda's, was also raped. When other Germans tried to explain to the Russians that she was Jewish and had been persecuted, they received the retort: "Frau ist Frau."

Women soon learned to disappear during the "hunting hours" of the evening. Young daughters were hidden in storage lofts for days on end. Mothers emerged into the street to fetch water only in the early morning when Soviet soldiers were sleeping off the alcohol from the night before. Sometimes the greatest danger came from one mother giving away the hiding place of other girls in a desperate bid to save her own daughter. Older Berliners still remember the screams every night. It was impossible not to hear them because all the windows had been blown in."

The rage that the Soviets had in their idea of collective punishment didn't simply end with the collective rape of German women and children however, it extended onto the minorities of the Soviet Union which they accused of 'pro-Axis' sympathy, and responded by inflicting the worst actions upon them in genocidal crusades, a short list of those targeted by Stalin and the Soviet government reads as follows:

  • The Koreans were some of the first to be targeted by Stalin as he seeked to rid the 'traitors' from his land, rounding up massive amounts of Koreans and deporting them to Kazakhstan under the impression that they simply couldn't be trusted due to conflicts between the Soviets and Japanese at the time, particularly the battle of Khalkhin-Gol. An estimated 40,000 Koreans died during the transport.

  • The Germans of Russia were, unsurprisingly, targeted by Stalin for deportation and of the 1.4 million that lived within Russia over allegations that small sects of Volga Germans were spying on the Soviet government on behalf of the Third Reich, this was enough for the entire group to be labeled a threat to national security and were expelled from every place they inhabitated to the cold and unforgiving Siberian tundras aswell as Kazakhstan, it's estimated that at least 500,000 Germans were killed by the Soviets in this massive ethnic cleansing operation.

  • Hundreds of thousands of Chechens and Ingush are deported in mass to Kazakhstan in forced settlements, gunning down those who refused to leave or those who were unable to. This event, referred to as the Aardakh, is estimated to have killed anywhere from 400,000 to 650,000 in the process. To this day the Russian government denies the event ever occurred to begin with and no one has any problem with it.

  • The next on the chopping block were the Crimean Tatars, this deportation was of particular brutality as it's reported that anywhere from 34,000 to 100,000 died in the transport and even soldiers on the front line were deported over allegations of Axis sympathy within small pockets of the Tatar population.

  • The Meskhetian Turks were particularly unlucky in this ordeal as they were forcefully deported once to Uzbekistan and then again across the USSR in 1989 after ethnic violence and race riots against the Meskhetian Turks made the area inherently unsafe for them, in total it's believed that anywhere from 12,000 to 50,000 died as a result of the deportations and ethnic violence.

  • Next were the Kalmyks, a group that were largely loyal to the Soviet government but were nonetheless accused of Axis sympathy as a whole due to the existence of the Kalmyk Cavalry Corps, as a result the entire ethnicity was deported to parts of Siberia and Central Asia, it's estimated that 16,000 Kalmyks died during the deportation process.

  • Karachays were another group deported from the North Caucasus region of the USSR to Kazakhstan whilst they were celebrating the liberation of their region from German occupation, the reasoning being that they were resistant to the Soviet government, this fact caused high death rates in the deportation process. The total death toll is estimated to be roughly 19,000 that perished either during the deportation process or due to violence at the hands of Soviet troops.

  • The Kurds of the USSR were targeted not only once but twice, first in 1937 and then in a more wide sense in 1944 when Stalin deported them and numerous other ethnic groups to Kazakhstan from Armenia and Azerbaijan, however unlike with the rest of the deported ethnic groups in the Soviet Union the total that died during deportation is still unknown, but a rough estimate puts the total at 14,000 that perished.

  • Much like the Chechens and Ingush the Balkars were also targeted for mass deportation to Kazakhstan under the unders of Stalin, the total amount of those that died in transport are believed to have been upwards of 3,400 - however information on this event is hard to come across as most mainstream sources simply act like it never occurred at all.

This series of forced deportations, which are defined as acts of genocide under the same codes that ruled Germany guilty of the crimes, were never punished or resulted in any form of repercussions for the Soviet government, neither was the Soviet Union held responsible for it's genocide campaign against the Poles, the most infamous massacre being the Katyn Forest massacre which was carried out in 1940 where NKVD massacred 22,000 Polish troops and civilians then blamed the brutal massacre on Germans, the truth about the massacre was only revealed decades later when the Russian government officially admitted responsibility for the brutal massacre and subsequent coverup.


Photos of the mass grave in the Katyn Forest

Another infamous case of Soviet aggression can be seen with the the full scale invasion of Finland and the start of the Winter War, a war which was instigated by Russia with a false flag operation where the Soviet Union attacked towns near the Finnish-Russian border with artillery then blamed the damage on Finnish troops, referred to as the Shelling of Mainilla.


International journalists listening to a Finnish officer regarding the incident. Picture taken at the border near Mainila on the 29th November 1939

Rather unsurprisingly, the Soviet Union was brutal in it's occupation of Finland, throughout 1941 and 1944 Soviet units conducted raids deep throughout Finland, attacking villages and massacring Finnish civilians, among those being women and children that were brutally murdered by Soviet troops, the Finnish government officially declassified photos taken of the brutal slaughters carried out by Soviet troops nearly 60 years after the war had ended, the following images are incredibly graphic.


Finnish children killed by Soviet partisans at Seitajärvi


Finnish civilians executed by Soviet partisans


Finnish civilians massacred by Soviet partisans at Seitajärvi

But it still doesn't end but continues to grow, Latvia was also invaded and overtaken by Soviet troops in 1940, the population was treated to a classic type of Soviet brutality in which 15,000 were expelled to Siberia in a single night, thousands were imprisoned and at least 50,000 Latvians were brutally massacred by the Soviet government until the country was overtaken by German troops in 1941, who welcomed the German forces with open arms simply to escape the horrors that the Soviets brought upon them. Completely unaware of their more criminal actions. However the Soviets rather predictably regained the territory at the end of the war and a collective punishment was issued to the entire Latvian people for welcoming the German forces and 150,000 Latvians were either murdered or expelled to Siberia under the orders of Stalin.


Victims of the Soviet 'Year of Terror' in Valmiera. Most Latvians were tortured before being murdered, by means such as gouging their eyes or burning the face

A plethora of other massacres were committed by the Soviet Union during WWII that are of a more isolated nature so let's run through them really quick.

Yet these cold-blooded murderers, rapists and thieves are labeled "valiant heroes" in the traditional retelling of World War II, it's a disgusting warping of history and a spit in the face to the millions that were raped and murdered under Stalinist rule and occupation to call the Soviet invaders "heroes" in any sense of the term.

But that's not so surprising when you look at what the US and UK did...

One of the least discussed massacres committed by the Allies during World War II is the Biscari massacre, in which troops of the 180th Infantry Regiment gunned down 73 unarmed POWs in Santo Pietro, a brief description of the massacre reads as follows:

"Two of Patton’s men were tried in connection with the killing of dozens of Italian and German prisoners of war in southern Sicily on July 14, 1943, which came to be known as the Biscari Massacre. Both claimed that they were following orders not to take prisoners that Patton himself had set forth in a fiery speech to their division a month earlier. Patton denied responsibility, and he was exonerated of any crime."

But that's just the tip of the iceberg, as much like the Soviets the English and Americans also supported the idea of collective German guilt for the beginning of World War II - this can be seen first and foremost in Allied propaganda campaigns, such as when the Ministry of Information launched a campaign targeting the English public in order to promote resentment against the entire German people, justifying that it would help the resolve of British troops. This was referred to as the 'Anger Campaign', this psyop against the English people instilled the idea that the entire German people were responsible for the war and as a result English resentment against the entire German race rose to 50%, according to a study done by the British Institute of Public Opinion (BIPO).

The US also followed suit with the mass internment of German civilians under the 1798 Alien Enemy Act, imprisoning a total of 11,000 German civilians in makeshift internment camps across the US under the guise that they were a threat to national security, the same excuse that the USSR used to justify it's collective punishment of ethnic minorities.

Both Governments supported the concept of collective German guilt for World War II and promoted this idea to the general public, an action which had deadly consequences... This can best be seen with the firebombing of German cities that the Allies believed would speed up the process of regime change in Germany.

On July 28th, 1943 both British and American planes firebombed Hamburg in mass - killing a total of 40,000 people and wounding 30,000 more, the massacre was codenamed 'Operation Gommorah', which is ironically fitting considering the ruins that Hamburg was in after the genocidal bombing campaign and also highlights the attitude towards Germany that England and America held, seeing Germany as the modern day Sodom and Gomorrah and their actions as being godly, to quote genesis 19:24 of the bible:

"Then the Lord rained upon Sodom and upon Gomorrah brimstone and fire from the Lord out of heaven."

They saw themselves as holy, raining fire and brimstone down upon a wicked land. Destroying it entirely, if that isn't concerning then I don't know what is.

Operation Gomorrah: The Bombing of Hamburg

Hamburg wasn't the only or last target for that matter, and perhaps the least infamous one as the bombing of Dresden is much more widely discussed as Dresden was a town with absolutely zero military signifcance so it's bombing was solely to brutally maim and murder as many German civilians as possible in an attempt to horrify the leaders into submission, the total killed is unknown still but is widely believed to range anywhere from 25,000 to 30,000. However some state that the death toll is in the hundreds of thousands.

Allied Warcrime: The Bombing Of Dresden

And still, the death doesn't end for the Germans as the collective punishment at the hands of the 'Allied forces' simply grows stronger and more brutal, of note with the establishment of the Eisenhower internment camps used to detain massive amounts of German POWs at once, thousands of German POWs would die of starvation and thirst in these POW camps that were built simply to hold them and nothing more as they didn't believe that Germans were deserving of any basic human rights.

Eisenhower's Rhine Meadows Death Camps

But why was this bloodshed even considered? Simple; it was the planned (and failed) attempt to exterminate the German people, as the plan was pushed by numerous people in high and powerful positions in the United States, one of these plans being from Earnest Hooton, a American physical anthropologist that pushed the idea that Africans and Irish people were subhuman animals, so it's not much of a surprise that he wished to 'breed the war strain' out of Germans... His words, not mine!

  • Execute or imprison for life all leaders of the Nazi party; permanently exile all professional army officers.

  • For a period of 20 years or more utilize the bulk of the present German army as rehabilitation labor units in devastated areas of the Allied Nations in Europe and elsewhere. These laborers should not be treated as prisoners of war or convicts but as paid employees (supervised and restricted as to movement from the area of their work). They might be allowed the privilege of naturalization upon evidence of good behavior. The single men should be permitted to marry only women of the country of their abode or naturalization. The families of the men already married should remain in Germany for a period of years, but might eventually be permitted to join the fathers. The latter should not be allowed to return to Germany. The objects of this measure include reduction of the birth rate of "pure" Germans, neutralization of German aggressiveness by outbreeding, and denationalization of indoctrinated individuals.

  • Break up the German Reich into several states (probably its original component states), permitting each, after a suitable interval of supervision and government by the Allied Nations, to choose its own form of non-Fascist government. The object of this measure is to destroy the national framework of unified German aggression.

  • During the period of supervision and occupation of the several states by armies and civilian staffs of the Allied Nations, encourage members of these groups to intermarry with the German women and to settle there permanently. During this period encourage also the immigration and settlement in the German states of non-German nationals, especially males.

Another plan was proposed by United States Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr., hence it's referred to as the 'Morgenthau Plan' and it was promoted first in 1944 and then again spread to the public in 1945, in the form of a book called 'Germany is our Problem', the plan as it was originally pushed in 1944 reads as follows:

"1. Demilitarization of Germany.

It should be the aim of the Allied Forces to accomplish the complete demilitarization of Germany in the shgortest possible period of time after surrender. This means completely disarming the German Army and people (including the removal or destruction of all war material), the total destruction of the whole German armament industry, and the removal or destruction of other key industries which are basic to military strength.

2. Partitioning of Germany.

(a) Poland should get that part of East Prussia which doesn't go to the U.S.S.R. and the southern portion of Silesia as indicated on the attached map, (Appendix A).

(b) France should get the Saar and the adjacent territories bounded by the Rhine and the Moselle Rivers.

(c) As indicated in part 3 an International Zone should be created containing the Ruhr and the surrounding industrial areas.

(d) The remaining portion of Germany should be divided into two autonomous, independent states, (1) a South German state comprising Bavaria, Wuerttemberg, Baden and some smaller areas and (2) a North German state comprising a large part of the old state of Prussia, Saxony, Thuringia and several smaller states.

There shall be a custom union between the new South German state and Austria, which will be restored to her pre-1938 political borders.

3. The Ruhr Area.

(The Ruhr, surrounding industrial areas, as shown on the attached map, including the Rhineland, the Keil Canal, and all German territory north of the Keil Canal.

Here lies the heart of German industrial power, the cauldron of wars. This area should not only be stripped of all presently existing industries but so weakened and controlled that it can not in the fore- seeable future become an industrial area. The following steps will accomplish this:

(a) Within a short period, if possible not longer than 6 months after the cessation of hostilities, all industrial plants and equipment not destroyed by military action shall either be completely dismantled and removed from the area or completely destroyed. All equipment shall be removed from the mines and the mines shall be throughly wrecked.

It is anticipated that the stripping of this area would be accomplished in three stages:

(i) The military forces immediately upon entry into the area shall destroy all plants and equipment which cannot be removed."


Based on the plans from the 1945 book, 'Germany is Our Problem'

Perhaps the most truthful of these plans comes from Theodore N. Kaufman, the author of 'Germany Mush Perish!' which advocated for the mass genocide of Germans via forced sterilization and interbreeding in order to 'stop all wars' and 'establish world peace' - a rather delusional worldview that can be best described as the insane ramblings of a lunatic, but his statements were rather popular in the environment that the Americans and English created with government propaganda spewing anti-German propaganda left and right, a quote from the man himself sums up his plan better than I ever could however.

"I believe that the Jews have a mission in life. They must see to it that the nations of the world get together in one vast federation. "Union Now" is the beginning of this. Slowly but surely the world will develop into a paradise. We will have perpetual peace. And the Jews will do the most to bring about this confederation, because they have the most to gain. But how can you get peace if Germany exists? The only way to win an eternal peace is to make the punishment of waging war more horrible than war itself. Human beings are penalized for murder, aren't they? Well, Germany starts all the wars of magnitude. Let us sterilize all Germans and wars of world domination will come to an end!"


Scanned copy of The Canadian Jewish Chronicle, dated September 26th, 1941


Map showing Kaufman's proposed dismemberment of Germany (and Austria)

In America though more than just the Germans were considered subhuman, as the same label was applied to the Japanese, including Japanese-Americans who were forced into numerous internment camps around the United States under the pretense that they were a threat to national security after the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor... Sound familiar?

Guilty of Reason of Race (Part 1)

Guilty of Reason of Race (Part 2)

But the anti-Japanese sentiment that the American government pushed extended into far more violent methods, including the firebombing of Tokyo - a massive firebombing campaign which was carried out with the intent to maximize civilian casualties and destroy as much as possible in the same vein that the bombing of Dresden was, but the firebombing of Tokyo was far worse as it killed 137,000 people and destroyed 787,000 buildings. Leaving the entire land looking completely flattened and devoid of all life.


Aerial view of Tokyo following the war


A residential section Tokyo that was destroyed following the firebombing of Tokyo


A bird's-eye view of Tokyo before and after the air raids

But as you've probably expected it's time to talk about the atomic bombings, first let's talk about Hiroshima which was targeted for it's high civilian population, in total 140,000 people were killed by the atomic bombing, wiping out 40% of the population which was 350,000 at the time of the bombing.


Hiroshima before the bombing


Hiroshima after the bombing

Next was the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, chosen for the same reason that Hiroshima and Tokyo were, 74,000 civilians were killed in the bombing and hundreds of thousands more were injured in the process, at the end of the American terror in Japan three major cities were completely leveled and roughly 351,000 Japanese civilians were brutally snuffed out by the 'heroic' United States military against the 'savage and subhuman' Japanese.


Nagasaki before and after the bombing

But if that wasn't enough the US made a third atomic bomb and planned to drop it on Tokyo, even after the firebombing campaign they still wanted to blast the city even further and kill the maimed and wounded survivors that somehow didn't perish in the firebombing campaign.

All in all, WWII killed 85 million people - 45 million of which were civilians, brutally murdered in war crimes by both the Axis and Allies, so I ask you a question; can WWII really be called a good war if both sides were filled with bloodthirsty maniacs that only saught the death of millions of innocent people and saw it as justifiable because they were fighting a war against their government? I don't think it can be.

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