Hitler's Revolution Ideology Social Programs Foreign Affairs Chapter 4 Europe in the Vice by Richard Tedor (2:06:21 Hrs)

Published: 2021-07-12

In this (Two hours and 6 minutes) video, we look at Europe in the Vice, and the effect that this had on National Socialist (NS) Germany. In the six years after Hitler’s Revolution in 1933, European peoples were, insanely, at war.  Richard explains how it was the British Empire that was the prime reason for this fratricidal war. Neville Chamberlain and Lord Halifax feature prominently in this drive to war. Richard suggests that it was the historical policy of the British Empire to prevent any country becoming a power on the European continent. Germany had been backed against France, but now France was to be backed against Germany.  Why the British Empire should back a historical enemy like France, and which predictably turned out to be a useless and pathetic ally? It is a subject, which requires further study.  Richard states that the new Germany under Hitler’s leadership wanted good relations with the British Empire, yet for some reason, the government of the UK was totally adverse to any good relations with NS Germany. Richard details the numerous times of the approaches made by Adolf to the British Empire, which were all rebuffed. Adolf commentated that as a front line soldier, he didn’t want another war. [Chamberlain had never been in the Army]. Richard notes that the British Empire was socially backward and that it was ruled by an upper class that viewed, rather stupidly, any concessions to ordinary people with horror. Adolf had asked that his DAF (German Labor Front) liners could visit the British Isles, but was stunned when this was rejected. It seems that the upper class in the UK regarded social developments in Germany with dread. The “Chamberlain” government was exceptionally hostile towards NS Germany, maybe due to the influence of Jewish bankers like Rothschild. The Chamberlain government, which had strangely selected a Jew, Isaac Belisha, as its secretary of state for war, began to massively increase military spending at this time.  Richard notes that in 1938, Lord Halifax, an upper class snob, wanted to see NS Germany destroyed. Richard goes into detail in regarding the “Czechoslovakian” crisis. Czechoslovakia was a useless state created by freemasons and was an entity which was bound to collapse. Richard describes the pathetic actions by Chamberlain over the so-called “crisis” over this useless and bogus state. In fact Chamberlain was waiting for military supremacy over Germany in order to launch an attack. Richard details the various ploys to describe NS Germany as planning to attack other countries, all of which were totally bogus.  Richard notes that Italy was, incredibly, marked as an enemy by the SIS (Secret Intelligence Service/ British Secret Service) at this time. Chamberlain, an incompetent leader, was trying to portray Germany as an aggressor. Poland, never an historical ally of Britain, was to be used as a “patsy” to attack Germany. Chamberlain and Lord Halifax had no qualms to set Poland up as the “victim” of NS Germany. There was no evidence, that Germany wanted to attack Poland, indeed NS Germany under Hitler had requested many times to have a non-aggression pact with Poland. Poland, dominated by a Conservative clique, incited by Britain had rejected all of NS Germany’s generous proposals. Richard takes the story up to 1939.

This is the fourth part of four videos. This is an illuminating video which explains the situation that “New Germany”, faced in 1933 to 1939, in a situation where a “peoples community” which didn’t want war, still got one.


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