The Bad War and related thoughts

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If we are to be able to prevent and work against war in the future, we must have a better understanding of the wars of the past, especially those most destructive wars known as world wars.  We need to recognize the forces and special interests that work to cause wars, expose them and defeat them.

When we read that books are banned, we recall the words of Voltaire:

‘To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.’

This book, The Bad War: The Truth Never Taught About World War 2, by M.S. King, (copyright 2015, 2nd edition 2017, 308 pages) was banned on Amazon last March (2017).*  There can be no denying that in Western historiography, there is an entrenched bias against Germany and Germans.  This bias is so strong that one version of history about the 1930s and 1940s is enforced in…

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2 thoughts on “The Bad War and related thoughts

  1. Thanks, my friend for the reblog. There is now a link in the post to tomatobubble.com for portions of the book online. Amazon banned this classic in March, 2017 even though it had hundreds of 5 star reviews. That shows the power of the Jewish interests in pressuring independent businesses into obedience.

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