The Reichstag Fire Was Not an Inside Job Deanna Spingola Interviews V. K.Clark. (1:14:55 Min)

Published: 2021-11-12

The Reichstag Fire Was Not an Inside Job Deanna Spingola Interviews V. K.Clark.

In this video (One hour and 14 minutes) Deanna Spingola of the Republic Broadcasting Network interviews V K Clark, the author of a book about the Reichstag fire. On the 27th of February 1933, at 9:33 pm, a Monday, the German parliament was set on fire. By the time the emergency services arrived the lower house was ablaze. Police searched the building and arrested an individual in the building. This individual was Marinus Van der Lubbe, a Communist from Holland. The Communist lie machine immediately went into action, accusing Van der Lubbe, of being a half-wit patsy, framed by the National Socialists. The Communists even set up a "investigation" in London, into the fire in which the National Socialists were found responsible. Nazi defectors gave "evidence" with their identity hidden by hoods. It was claimed that the National Socialists had entered the building through "secret" tunnels. Hermann Goring was found guilty of the crime. It of course, was all lies, the "defectors" were actually Communist Jews (such as Albert Norden), and there were no "secret" tunnels. However at the time, it was a highly successful propaganda stunt organised by Willi Munzenberg, a member of the Communist party "of" Germany. Munzenberg later wrote a best selling book exposing the "Nazi Conspiracy". It was more lies and was actually written by another Communist called Otto Katz. Katz, a Jew, from a town in Bohemia, was later purged by the Communists in the Slansky affair and hanged in 1952. Munzenberg later fell out with Stalin, in 1936, and became an active opponent. Munzenberg was later garroted by a NKVD agent in France in 1940.

In response to this Communist outrage, President Paul von Hinderburg issued an emergency decree to suspend civil liberties for four years and ban the Communists in Germany. Three Bulgarians known to be senior Communist leaders of the Comintern [Communist International] were arrested, and charged. They were acquitted.  

 

 

 


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