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A Hitler Defender Calls Me Out

Written by Gary North on October 29, 2016

I recently wrote an article on Hitler’s military leadership. I called him the biggest military fool in history.

Hitler failed to crush the British army at Dunkirk in May 1940. On June 22, 1941, he ordered the army to invade the Soviet Union. He declared war on the United States on December 11, 1941. Three strikes, and Germany was out.

No leader had made three military mistakes of this magnitude before Hitler. By the second mistake, a leader would have been dead or in exile. Hitler is the gold medal winner in military stupidity.

As Hitler said in his declaration of war against the United States, Germany had a military tradition for over 2,000 years. Now Germany is run by Frau Merkel.

German troops are the backbone of NATO. NATO is a gigantic bureaucracy that could not handle the national wars in splintering Yugoslavia in the 1990’s. When you think of Germany’s military capacity, don’t think BMW. Think “Yugo.”

Hitler’s racial mania and utter military stupidity did this. The Wehrmacht was a great army in 1939. It was pulverized in 1945.

Hitler, loudmouth coward that he was, killed himself and his new bride on April 30.

He lost “mein kampf.” Germany lost with him.


Yet he still has defenders. Some of them like to think of themselves as Christians.

My article on Hitler was posted just after at midnight, October 24. At 2:25 a.m., B. Davis sent this:

Yes you might want to study a little more

Due to the geography surrounding Dunkirk (below sea level) at that time of year it would have amounted to sending the tanks into a marsh. Then they would have been stuck and no use in any other front of the war. It wasn’t a mistake it was the only logical thing too do. So I guess Ron Paul’s school is kosher approved?

The tip-off was this: “So I guess Ron Paul’s school is kosher approved?” This is a way of saying “Jew approved.” Here was another pro-Hitler, Jew-hating idiot. I have dealt with them for 45 years. I usually reply to them, quoting the Dillards’ Mitch Jayne, “two of you would not make a half-wit.” This time, I did not.

(For the rest of my article, click the link.)

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