Editor’s Note: The following article is massive! It clearly argues the opposite of what we were brainwashed to believe about Hitler and Nazi Germany (they were rabid racists while the Allies were much more inclusive). Surprisingly, or not so surprisingly the opposite is of course true. The SS for example, was a multi-national force of many ethnic groups. And no, they were not forced to fight, they volunteered! The All-Lies on the other hand imprisoned American citizens by the thousands for absolutely no reason (none were ever charged with any crime). This of course is ignored and instead the imprisonment of Jewish Communists by the Germans is brought up again, and again as evidence of racial bigotry, never mind that Jews declared war on Germany in 1933 and there were 6 million communists in Germany ACTIVELY trying to take down the Third Reich. The Germans had a real threat and real cause to contain the communist terrorists and revolutionaries.
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Before you begin to mount feeble accusations of ‘hater’ and ‘racist’, let’s get a few things straight: many countries fought on the side of Hitler’s Germany in WW2, including several non-white ones. One of Germany’s primary allies of the ‘Tripartite Pact’ (signed on September 27, 1940) was not white, Japan. In fact, when the USA declared war on Japan the next year Germany honored the Tripartite Pact and declared war on the United States.
Indians, Asians, Arabs and blacks not only fought on the side of National Socialist Germany, but also wore the eagle and swastika proudly on their breast. Dozens of nationalities volunteered for the elite Waffen-SS and many non-whites of a wide range of ethnic backgrounds served the Axis in many capacities. In fact, it was the largest multi-racial fighting force in history! Not to mention also the most religiously diverse as well.
Commando Extraordinaire Otto Skorzeny describes the diverse nature of the Waffen-SS in his 1975 memoirs:
‘…from 1942 European soldiers from many lands and peoples could be found: Albanians, Bosnians, Britons, Bulgarians, Cossacks, Croats, Danes, Dutch, Estonians, Finns, Flemings, French, Georgians, Greeks, Hungarians, Italians, Latvians, Lithuanians, Norwegians, Romanians, Russians, Serbs, Slovakians, Swedes, Swiss, Ukrainians, Walloons, Armenians, Byelorussians, Hindus, Kirghizes, Tartars, Turkmen and Uzbeks served under their own flags in the Waffen-SS. Almost all of these peoples were represented in my unit.’
The English historian Antony James Beevor has this to say about what developed between these enormously brave and courageous men:
‘an extraordinary comradeship of the damned had grown up among the foreign volunteers defending the last bastion of German nationalism.’
(Berlin: The Downfall, 1945. ©2003)
During the terrible 1944/45 siege of Budapest a wide variety of nationalities and races fought under the swastika:
‘The SS units comprised almost all nationalities — in addition to ethnic Germans, […] French Alsatians, Hungarians, Serbs, Slovaks, and Romanians, and Finnish, Flemish, Swedish and Spanish volunteers. The baggage trains of the SS divisions included Russian, Ukrainian, Tatar, and other auxiliaries. One artillery detachment consisted mainly of Poles, and several of its members were buried in Polish uniforms with German insignia.’
These were men ready to die for their beliefs, and many of them did. They believed strongly and passionately for their cause. Together, as one, come what may. Despite the so-called ‘democracies’ preventing them from defeating communism, their efforts and sacrifices most likely prevented communism from infecting all of Europe, and likely the world.
The Germans did not segregate their troops. Blacks, Asians, Arabs and Whites all fought and lived and died side-by-side. A sharp contrast to the American and British treatment of non-whites that fought for them. These unfortunate troops were often used as cannon fodder and not even allowed to fight with white troops.
Consider the following passages from The Censored War (George H. Roeder Jr., ©1993):
‘Nine out of ten [American] whites believed white and black soldiers should not train together; three out of four blacks believed they should. In 1940 almost all black sailors did menial labor in ship galleys. Blacks in the army served in strictly segregated units. The War Department advertised that “applications from colored persons for flying cadet appointments or enlistments in the Air Corps are not be accepted,” and the Marine Corps continued its tradition of not enlisting blacks.’ (p. 44-45)
Following the typical propaganda script, the film discussed below makes the German into the racist, when in fact it was the opposite. Consider the fact that a combined force of Arabs and Germans were annihilated defending the gates of Berlin.
‘In the 1943 Columbia film Sahara a black (Libyan) soldier […] displayed much more dignity then a captured German who complained, as the soldier secured him, that he did not want to be touched by a member of an inferior race. The MGM production chief Dore Schary had a black included in the group of soldiers featured in another film made in that year, Bataan, even though this led to the depiction of something that did not then exist in the real army, an integrated combat unit.’ (p. 45-46)
‘The Negro Soldier (1944), a government-produced film, showed black and whites together for large-scale activities where integration might be efficient, as when black and white soldiers did calisthenics together. In its depictions of living quarters and other intimate social situations the film kept blacks segregated, as they in fact were in all the military branches.’ (p. 46-47)
The Japanese Americans who volunteered for the U.S. military were fighting for a country who had interned their families in concentration camps. Over 110,000 Japanese people who lived on the Pacific coast were interned with no crime other than being born Japanese.
‘I was only a child when soldiers with bayonetted rifles marched up our driveway, banged on our door, and ordered us out. I remember my mother’s tears as we gathered what little we could carry, and then were sent to live for many weeks in a single cramped horse stall. Our bank accounts were frozen, our businesses shuttered, and our homes with most of our belongings were left behind, all because of what we looked like.’
‘A few months later, we were shipped off to the swamps, over a thousand miles away, by railcar. They placed in all one hundred twenty thousand of us inside barbed wire fences, machine guns pointed down at us from watch towers. We slept inside bug-infested barracks, ate in a noisy mess hall, and relieved ourselves in common latrines that had no walls between the stalls. We were denied adequate medicines, shelter and supplies. I remember as a child looking up toward a U.S. flag in the room, as we recited the Pledge of Allegiance, those ironic words echoing, “with liberty, and justice for all.”‘
‘Executive Order 9066, signed by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, was issued on the premise that anyone of Japanese descent could not be trusted and was to be treated as an enemy, even those of us who were American citizens, born in this land. We were viewed not as individual people, but as a yellow menace to be dealt with, and harshly. The guns pointed at us at every point reminded us that if we so much as tried to stand up for our dignity, there would be violent consequences. The order and the ensuing confinement was an egregious violation of the constitution and of due process as we were held, without trial and without charge, awaiting our fate.’
The American government turned the war against Japan into a race war. A mountain of American WWII posters and other propaganda materials center on race. They pounded it into the public’s head that the Japanese were less than human, even akin to rats. This caused numerous atrocities against Japanese soldiers and Japanese civilians during the war, as the American soldier was taught that these people weren’t human.
‘…the Marines disavowed a “license for hunting Japs” distributed by their recruiters in Chicago. Yet for the Seventh War Loan campaign the following spring the War Department produced for public viewing the film Action at Anguar, which had the narrator speak this line as viewers saw actual footage of Japanese soldiers burning alive: “By this time we had shot, blasted, or cooked six hundred of the little apes.” ‘
–The Censored War, p. 87, George H. Roeder Jr., ©1993
Japanese-Americans were also treated as subhumans by the United States government. During a search of the barracks of one camp:
‘…soldiers aimed the machine gun at the unarmed prisoners and forced them to stand in the snow for hours in their underwear…’
-Inside America’s Concentration Camps, James L. Dickerson, 2010, pg.143
The quote below accurately points out that Japanese-Americans in fact had no rights at all.
‘The government violated at least half of the ten amendments comprising the Bill of Rights with its decision to remove Americans of Japanese ancestry, the majority of them U.S. citizens…’
–The Censored War, p. 90, George H. Roeder Jr., ©1993
President Roosevelt even referred to the camps as ‘concentration camps’ on a few occasions. And that’s exactly what they were.
‘…the camp itself was startling. Six tanks were lined up in a threatening way.
A double barbed-wire fence was built around the camp. And the guard was increased to more than one thousand armed soldiers….
-Inside America’s Concentration Camps, James L. Dickerson, 2010, pg.140
Author James L. Dickerson rightfully referred to these Japanese people as ‘a people who had been stripped of their freedoms and imprisoned in camps just a notch above dog kennels…’
[Left: The United States used ‘atrocity propaganda’ in many ways against Japan. A favorite was lying about Japanese treatment of their enemy in China. This poster claims the Japanese used poison gas. The American media pressed repeatedly for America to use gas against Japan with headlines like ‘We Should Gas Japan’ (1943), ‘You Can Cook ‘Em Better With Gas’ (1944) and ‘Should We Gas the Japs?’ (1945). Roosevelt issued stern warnings to the Japanese about using chemical weapons. But who was really preparing to use chemical warfare? America and Britain. Want proof? Read on.]
By the end of the war America had produced and stockpiled a colossal amount of chemical weapons – 135,000 tons! That’s 20,000 tons more than every nation fighting in WWI!
[A Higher Form of Killing, Robert Harris and Jeremy Paxman, p. 130, ©1982]
[Above: A massive American stockpile of liquid mustard gas in the days leading up to America’s entry into WWII.]
America and Britain were itching to use their gigantic stockpiles of chemical weapons. They snuck huge amounts of chemical weapons to every front. While secretly shipping a load of mustard gas to the Italian port of Bari in 1943, a disaster second only to Pearl Harbor occured. An Allied ship loaded with the deadly chemical was bombed by unsuspecting German bombers. Sailors, soldiers and civilians were exposed, many of them dying a cruel and unspeakable death. All the while the American President and the British War Cabinet lied and covered up the incident. They even lied to the dead soldiers families. But eventually they realized they could not contain it, people who witnessed the horrible event were talking. Read an in depth account of the disaster at Bari and other appalling Allied war crimes below. This information is honestly some of the most shocking, disappointing and disgusting I’ve ever read:
[Above: Here is an article from the propaganda magazine Life which blatantly lies about German gas:
‘Weeks of careful checking of sources and the perusal of published and unpublished evidence from Germany have convinced me that the Germans’ V-3, (Vengeance Weapon No.3) is poison gas and that it is scheduled to be used in late August.’
[Life’s Reports – Inside the Reich – Desperate Nazis prepare a Wagnerian Tragedy, pg. 17, August 21, 1944, vol.17 no.8.]
The dehumanizing propaganda campaign by the American government and media led to deep hatred and bloodlust amongst its soldiers on the field. It is widely recorded that Allied soldiers in the Pacific campaign collected Japanese skulls, ears, teeth and other grotesque ‘souvenirs’. The Japanese code of honor limited the number of their soldiers who surrendered, but when they did they were often killed and showed no mercy.
‘…close to half of all American soldiers agreed with the statement “I would really like to kill a Japanese soldier.” ‘
–The Censored War, p. 87, George H. Roeder Jr., ©1993
[Right: New Guinea, 1944. Here we see a Japanese skull which has been bracketed to a vehicle. Did the Japanese or Germans ever do something like this with American or British skulls? Absolutely not.]
The taking of so-called “trophies” by American soldiers was so widespread that, by September 1942, the Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet ordered that ‘No part of the enemy’s body may be used as a souvenir’, and any American servicemen violating that order would face ‘stern disciplinary action’.
Trophy skulls were a favorite souvenir, but the American soldier also liked Japanese teeth, ears and other such body parts. The teeth would be made into necklaces and the ears would be attached to belts or necklaces…
The following quote from a February 1946 issue of The Atlantic by war correspondent Edgar L. Jones says it all:
‘We shot prisoners in cold blood, wiped out hospitals, strafed lifeboats, killed or mistreated enemy civilians, finished off the enemy wounded, tossed the dying in a hole with the dead, and in the Pacific boiled the flesh off enemy skulls to make table ornaments for sweethearts, or carved their bones into letter openers.’
[Left: A young woman ponders a Japanese skull her boyfriend sent her from the Pacific. Can you imagine the grotesquery?! Source: Life Magazine.]
Eugene Sledge remembers fellow Marines yanking out gold teeth from Japanese corpses, and if stealing from the dead wasn’t bad enough, he recalled a time when a Japanese soldier was still alive during the grotesque theft:
‘But the Japanese wasn’t dead. He had been wounded severely in the back and couldn’t move his arms; otherwise he would have resisted to his last breath. The Japanese’s mouth glowed with huge gold-crowned teeth, and his captor wanted them. He put the point of his Ka-Bar [combat knife] on the base of a tooth and hit the handle with the palm of his hand. Because the Japanese was kicking his feet and thrashing about, the knife point glanced off the tooth and sank deeply into the victim’s mouth. The Marine cursed him and with a slash cut his cheeks open to each ear. He put his foot on the sufferer’s lower jaw and tried again. Blood poured out of the soldier’s mouth. He made a gurgling noise and thrashed wildly. I shouted, “Put the man out of his misery.” All I got for an answer was a cussing out. Another Marine ran up, put a bullet in the enemy soldier’s brain, and ended his agony. The scavenger grumbled and continued extracting his prizes undisturbed.’
[Right: What could he be cooking you ask? He’s boiling the flesh off of a Japanese head so he can have the bare skull as a souvenir! This is a new level of disgusting. Niall Ferguson wrote that ‘boiling the flesh off enemy [Japanese] skulls to make souvenirs was not an uncommon practice.’]
[Below: Just chillin’ with the boys with my human skull. Author and serviceman Weinstein stated that ownership of skulls and teeth were widespread practices.]
Here an American soldier in the Pacific even admits to purposely not taking prisoners because… get this: because he is angry that the prisoners got clothing after being captured! You couldn’t make this up.
‘We’d sneak up on those little lean-tos where the Jap soldiers were sleeping. The first time we went out on patrol, we figured we’d be nice and captured three of them and took them back to battalion headquarters. We checked on them the next day, and hell, the military had given them all new socks, shoes, underwear, caps, and dungarees — the works. We’d been wearing the same rotting clothes for over a month. We thought, to hell with this. After we saw that, we didn’t taken any more prisoners.’
-Voices of the Pacific, by Adam Makos, quoting R.V. Burgin, pg. 129, ©2013
Let’s take a glimpse at the Philippines. America did not ‘liberate’ anyone or anything. They were brutal occupiers of the Philippines. Between the years 1899 and 1913 the United States carried out a genocidal war against the Filipino people.
[Above: Some Filipino folks who have been given a taste of democracy — American style!]
Bernard Fall, as quoted in E. Ahmed’s ‘The Theory and Fallacies of Counter-Insurgency’, called the conquest of the Philippines as ‘the bloodiest colonial war (in proportion to population) ever fought by a white power in Asia; it cost the lives of 3,000,000 Filipinos.’
‘In November 1901, the Manila correspondent of The Philadelphia Ledger reported: The present war is no bloodless, opera bouffe engagement; our men have been relentless, have killed to exterminate men, women, children, prisoners and captives, active insurgents and suspected people from lads of ten up, the idea prevailing that the Filipino as such was little better than a dog…
Our soldiers have pumped salt water into men to make them talk, and have taken prisoners people who held up their hands and peacefully surrendered, and an hour later, without an atom of evidence to show that they were even insurrectos, stood them on a bridge and shot them down one by one, to drop into the water below and float down, as examples to those who found their bullet-loaded corpses.’
[Above: Here’s a sarcastic article that sums things up.]
It is also a little known fact that thousands of Americans of Italian, Latin-American, and German ethnicity were also thrown into American concentration camps. Even Aleut people in Alaska were interned. A neatly hidden fact.
There are many books that document this scarcely known treacherous act. Some examples are:
Una Storia Segreta : The Secret History of Italian American Evacuation and Internment During World War II by Lawrence Distasi ©2001
American wartime law greatly restricted the freedoms and required identity cards of 600,000 Italian ‘resident aliens‘. 10,000 Italian-Americans along the West Coast were forcibly relocated and 250 were actually imprisoned in concentration camps for up to two years. Some Italian Americans were even forced to abandon their own homes and businesses. Even baseball legend Joe DiMaggio’s parents were declared ‘enemy aliens’.
[Right Una Storia Segreta : The Secret History of Italian American Evacuation and Internment During World War II.]
Shattered Lives, Shattered Dreams: The Untold Story of America’s Enemy Aliens in World War II by Russell Estlack ©2011
[Left: Shattered Lives, Shattered Dreams: The Untold Story of America’s Enemy Aliens in World War II.]
The tyrannical lunacy these Americans were forced to endure by the American government is staggering. Some camps, during freezing cold winters, did not even have heat!
‘Italians were required to remove pictures of Mussolini from display in their homes. U.S. officials went to Italian homes and collected guns and shortwave radios.
Josephine Pandolfi Belenchia said that they even took an Italian version of Romeo and Juliet from their home.’
-The Delta Italians, Paul V. Canonici, 2003
More than 10,000 German-American civilians were thrown into concentration camps in America during WWII. None of them were ever compensated for the loss of property or the time they spent in concentration camps.
We Were Not the Enemy: Remembering the United States’ Latin-American Civilian Internment Program of World War II by Heidi Donald ©2007
[Right: We Were Not the Enemy: Remembering the United States’ Latin-American Civilian Internment Program of World War II.]
Here is the description of the book:
‘The United States clandestinely funds the operation of a huge prison in Cuba. Men, women, and children are spirited away from their homes and imprisoned indefinitely. No charges are made; no legal counsel is allowed. Newspapers fill with stories of espionage and enemies. Current events? No. During World War II, the United States used tactics remarkably similar to those in use today against presumed terrorists. By 1939, President Franklin Roosevelt had covertly authorized J. Edgar Hoover’s Secret Intelligence Service to begin surveillance of Axis nationals in Latin America. Believing that “all German nationals without exception [are] dangerous,” the United States surreptitiously pressured Latin-American countries to arrest and deport more than four thousand civilians of German ethnicity to the United States. There, many languished in internment camps, while others were shipped to war-torn Germany.’
The Prison Called Hohenasperg: An American Boy Betrayed by His Government During World War II by Arthur D. Jacobs ©1999
[Left: The Prison Called Hohenasperg: An American Boy Betrayed by His Government During World War II.]
The book’s own description best describes this unbelievable and truly insane book:
‘Unknown to most Americans, more than 10,000 Germans and German Americans were interned in the United States during WWII. This story is about the internment of a young American and his family. He was born in the U.S.A. and the story tells of his perilous path from his home in Brooklyn to internment at Ellis Island, N.Y. and Crystal City, Texas, and imprisonment, after the war, at a place in Germany called Hohenasperg.
When he arrived in Germany in the dead of winter, he was transported to Hohenasperg in a frigid, stench-filled, locked, and heavily guarded, boxcar. Once in Hohenasperg, he was separated from his family and put in a prison cell. He was only twelve years old! He was treated like a Nazi by the U.S. Army guards and was told that if he didn’t behave he would be killed.’
One of the famous American ‘Tuskegee Airmen’, Alexander Jefferson, wrote a book called ‘Red Tail Captured, Red Tail Free’ where he talks about being a second class citizen in his own country. He was shot down and put into a German P.O.W. camp where for the first time in his life he wasn’t segregated from the white troops. He recalls the incredible irony of finally being freed and returning home and no sooner did he walk off the ship when he was told ‘Whites to the right, niggers to the left’!
[Right: ‘Red Tail Captured, Red Tail Free’ ©2005]
And then there was that other Tuskegee. The infamous Tuskegee syphilis experiments. If you don’t know about these, you should look it up and view a truly evil part of history in America. Briefly, these clinical studies were conducted between 1932 and all the way to 1972 by the United States government. Its purpose was to observe the natural history of untreated syphilis. American blacks were lured into the study by free health care, meals, and free burial insurance for participating in the study by the United States government. The government worked in collaboration with the Tuskegee University, a historically black college in Alabama. They told the guinea pigs that the study would only last six months, it lasted forty years! Hundreds of black men were infected with syphilis and never told they had the disease, nor were they offered penicillin to treat it. Instead the evil scientists said they had ‘bad blood’. Additionally the scientists prevented the victims from accessing syphilis treatment programs available to other residents in the area. Worse still, forty wives were infected and contracted the disease and nineteen children were born with congenital syphilis. Keep in mind this horrid experiment went on during WWII, all while calling the Germans ‘racist’. What a joke.
While America was supposedly fighting for ‘freedom’ and ‘democracy’ in Europe, blacks were rioting and violently fighting for their rights back in America. For example, in 1943 black Americans rioted in the city of Detroit, where the heavy hand of ‘freedom’ killed twenty-four of them!
Another example of America’s hypocrisy and outright brutality was the inhuman treatment of WW2 veteran Isaac Woodard, Jr. (March 18, 1919 – September 23, 1992). This black American was attacked by South Carolina police in 1946, while still in his army uniform, just hours after being honorably discharged from the United States Army! This attack was so brutal it blinded Woodard for life!
Ironic that when America occupied Germany after the war they brought with them their racist policies which were previously unknown in Germany.
The book The Day of Battle: The War in Sicily and Italy, 1943-1944, by Rick Atkinson (Macmillon, 2007) gives us some very interesting statistics of Allied racism:
‘When War II began in September 1939 fewer than 4000 blacks served in the U.S. Army; more than two years later the U.S. Navy had only six black sailors-excluding mess stewards. At the time of the Anzio landings (May 1944), the U.S. Army had 633,000 officers, of whom only 4,500 were black. The U.S. Navy was worse, with 82,000 black enlisted sailors and no black officers; the Marine Corps which had rejected all black enlistments until President Roosevelt intervened, would not commission its first black officer until several months after the war ended…
…blacks were shunted into quartermaster companies for duties such as truck drivers, bakers, launderers, laborers and the like.’
Now the Hell Will Start by Brendan I. Koerner © 2008
[Left: Now the Hell Will Start. Click the image to see more pictures!]
Blacks performed the jobs no one else wanted. They were subjected to 16 hour work days in the sweltering jungle heat, along with leeches, legions of mosquitoes, malaria and dysentery. It was called ‘the toughest job ever given to U.S. Army Engineers in wartime.’
One particular story of this hell was brought to light by the case of a black soldier who killed another soldier and became the subject of ‘the greatest manhunt of WWII’. These American blacks were little more than forced labor gangs. Beasts of burden. But every dog has his day. Perry had his. And died a Man.
‘An African American GI assigned to a segregated labor battalion, Perry was shipped to South Asia in 1943, enduring unspeakable hardships while sailing around the globe. He was one of thousands of black soldiers dispatched to build the Ledo Road, a highway meant to appease China’s conniving dictator Chiang Kai-shek. Stretching from the thickly forested mountains of North-East India across the tiger-infested vales of Burma, the road was a lethal nightmare, beset my monsoons, malaria, and insects that chewed men’s flesh to pulp. Perry could not endure the jungles brutality, nor the racist treatment meted out by his white officers.’
‘…Perry won the admiration of officers forced to witness the execution for his cool courage in the face of certain death. Never once did he break even as he walked up stairs to the gallows platform’
-Now the Hell Will Start by Brendan I. Koerner, pg. 299, ©2008
On the way up to the gallows, rather ominously, Perry said to the guard escorting him: ‘Now, the hell will start.’
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