By: Mike King
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Since the early days of World War II in the West (Spring 1940), Winston Churchill — who we like to refer to as “The British Mad Dog” — and his German-Jewish handler, Professor Frederick Lindemann — lobbied the military establishment to go along with abandoning the post-World war I 1925 Geneva Protocol prohibiting the use of poison gas. Though the scheme to gas Germans was blocked, Churchill managed to have massive quantities of mustard gas produced anyway — “in the event” the Germans were to use gas first. To prep the British public for this phony “possibility,” public service announcements and propaganda posters urged normies to wear a mask out in public or at least keep one handy (sound familiar?)
By July of 1944, Germany’s eventual defeat was inevitable. The Allies had successfully landed at Normandy and were advancing westward; the defense of the Italian peninsula was collapsing; and the limitless and US-armed Soviet hordes were advancing from the east as German industrial capacity, railways and civilian neighborhoods full of workers were being bombed relentlessly. That’s when Churchill & Lindemann really stunned some of the British military leaders with a proposal to unleash the already manufactured poison not just upon German troops, but upon the civilian population.
In a lengthy and frightening ‘memo to General Ismay, dated July 6, 1944 and not declassified until 1998, the Mad Dog wrote:
”I want you to think very seriously over this question of poison gas. It is absurd to consider morality on this topic when everybody used it in the last war without a word of complaint from the moralists or the Church. On the other hand, in the last war the bombing of open cities was regarded as forbidden. Now everybody does it as a matter of course. It is simply a question of fashion, changing as she does between long and short skirts for women.”
”I want a cold-blooded calculation made as to how it would pay us to use poison gas, by which I mean principally mustard.”
“If the bombardment of London really became a serious nuisance, I should be prepared to do anything that would hit the enemy in a murderous place. I may certainly have to ask you to support me in using poison gas. We could drench the cities of the Ruhr and many other cities in a way that most of the population would be requiring constant medical attention.
It may be several weeks before I ask you to drench Germany with poison gas, and if we do it, let us do it 100%. In the meanwhile, I want the matter studied in cold blood, by sensible people and not by that particular set of psalm-singing uniformed defeatists which one runs across now here now there.” (here)
Three days later, Ismay duly submitted a report which included a list of every German city with a population greater than 100,000 (about 100 cities). But again, the military resistance, including Ismay’s, was too strong to overcome. Churchill backed off — and fired off a sour note back to Ismay:
‘I am not at all convinced by this negative report. But clearly I cannot make head against the parsons (clergy) and the warriors at the same time.”
Had Churchill been able to win over Ismay, he would still not have been able to “drench Germany with poison gas” without the approval and cooperation of his senior partner in the Globalist Alliance — Franklin Demono Rosenfeld — as well as FDR’s own principal military sub-henchmen: Army Chief of Staff, General George Marshall and Supreme Allied Commander, General Dwight D Eisenhower. Would the “all-sainted” FDR, Marshall & “Ike” have actually signed off on “drenching” millions of German civilians with these horribly agonizing eye-burning / skin blistering / lung-wrecking / slow-killing chemicals? Let’s explore this further.
Though there is no written archival evidence (probably still classified) to link FDR’s gang to this plot, another little-known event (recently brought to our attention by a reader) which took place just 7 months before the Churchill memo — proves that America’s top military leadership, unlike the British, was already on board with plans to “drench” the civilian population of Germany. Understand — as we clearly documented in “I Don’t Like Ike” and “The Bad War” — that FDR, Eisenhower & Marshall, like Churchill, were all “made” by the Jewish financier and genocidal warmonger, Bernard Baruch. Damn straight (((they’d))) have done it!
On the night of December 2, 1943, the Germans bombed an Allied port in Bari, Italy. Caught in the air raid was the USS John Harvey which had departed from Baltimore, MD carrying a secret cargo of 2,000 mustard bombs. The surprise attack sank 17 ships and killed about 1,000 American and British servicemen and — due to the poison gases — an undisclosed amount of Italian civilians. The Luftwaffe’s strike caused explosions which released a poisonous cloud of sulfur mustard vapor over the harbor — and liquid mustard into the water.
Almost immediately, Eisenhower and Churchill threw a blanket of silence over the poison gas elements of the event — necessarily leaving American and British servicemen to suffer and die without proper treatment. In August of 2020, History.com (formerly “The History Channel”) — which is about as Establishment as it gets — spun a limited hangout of the event and subsequent cover-up.
“In the devastating aftermath of the attack, which the press dubbed a “little Pearl Harbor,” U.S. General Dwight D. Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill moved to conceal the truth about the shipment of poison gas, for fear Germany might use it as an excuse to launch an all-out chemical war. As a result of the military secrecy, medical personnel weren’t alerted to the danger of contamination from the liquid mustard that spread insidiously over the harbor, mixing with the tons of fuel oil from the damaged ships.
In the crush of casualties that first night, hundreds of survivors, who had jumped or been blown overboard and swam to safety, were mistakenly believed to be suffering from only shock and immersion. They were given morphine, wrapped in warm blankets and left to sit in their oil-soaked uniforms for as long as 24 hours, while the seriously wounded were attended to first. It was tantamount to marinating in mustard gas. But all remained ignorant of the peril.
By dawn, the patients had developed red, inflamed skin and blisters on their bodies “the size of balloons.” Within 24 hours, the wards were full of men with eyes swollen shut. …. All mention of mustard gas was stricken from the official record.” (emphasis added)
That spun version (here) holds that the destruction of the John Harvey was the result of chance — and that the gas shells were a precautionary stock pile — to be used only if the Germans used gas first. But a 1988 article about the Bari attack (here – requires Google Translate)– appearing on the website of Germany’s “mainstream” Der Spiegel — revealed that the Germans knew that gas shells had been shipped to Bari; and also — when we “read-between-the-lines” — that the Allies were plotting a false-flag event as the necessary pretext for “drenching Germany” with poison.
“Only a chance find by the Württemberg private researcher and specialist author Fritz Hahn, in a Washington archive reveals the drama of a plan that the US War department wanted to implement immediately after the “first use of gas by the Axis powers” (“G-Day”). Then, from Italy and England, thousands of aircraft were to “in a 15-day operation” * — smoke 30 major German cities with mustard gas and / or the even toxic phosgene.”
Under point 4 of the plan, titled — “Possible results of the attack” — US specialists from the Chemical Warfare Department calculated how many people would be “directly affected”, that is, killed – “5,600,000”. Another twelve million “would be indirectly exposed to the proposed attack.” Hitler’s intelligence services had apparently learned, if only partially, of the American preparations. They knew that since the beginning of 1943 warfare agents had been continuously shipped to and stored in West and North Africa – not too far from southern Italy. (emphasis added)
Hat tip to Herr Hahn — the private researcher (the best kind!) who finally dug this truth gem out, 43 years after the war had ended.
Yes, the “Good Guys” — and that includes the United States — were all in the plot to “drench” the non-combatant elderly, the women, the children and the infants of an already defeated Germany with hellacious slow-kill (sometimes years) poisons. Had it not been for the remaining remnants of dignity and decency among the British military command in 1944, a pretextual false-flag and counter “drenching” would certainly have occurred in late 1944 or early 1945. Baruch’s Boys had to settle for mass-killing 1.5 million German POW’s, firebombing several 100s of thousands of Dresdenites to death, and deliberately starving millions of Germans instead.
Original Source: https://www.realhistorychan.com/gas-attack.html