July 6, 2011

The Life of Winston Churchill

The praise for Winston Churchill today can hardly be overstated. Yet even a brief look at his life shows him to be a racialist (like everyone on earth before Hollywood could start making Holocaust movies), an admirer of Fascism, an opponent of Jew-controlled communism, and an advocate of forced sterilization. Had he lived today he would have been called a Nazist in the media.

Yet he was also a man a man indebted to wealthy Jews interested in affecting British politics, and this determined his life from the mid-1930s and onward. Like Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain told American Ambassador Joseph Kennedy in 1938, I believe the Jews are pushing us into war, and that there is nothing I can do to stop it. Their influence through Winston Churchill was one of the reasons for this.

Here follows a brief account of Winston Churchills life.

Early years and the invasion of Gallipoli

Winston Churchill was born in 1874. As a child he caused fights and disorder in school, and had poor grades, but since his father was rich nobility he was not expelled.

Churchill was put in military school and became a lieutenant. He still asked his mother for an allowance of £400 a year to spend at his social life with the other officers, a sum that he often overspent. Throughout his life, Churchill had trouble saving his money.

Winston Churchill, 1904
 Churchill served in South Africa, where the British invaded Dutch Boer lands to take their diamond mines, which then fell mostly into the hands of the Jewish Oppenheimer family. In the Boer War, the Boers invented the camouflage uniform, and excelled at bush warfare. The British invented the concentration camp. They concentrated the Boer civilians by putting them in camps, where thousands died of malnourishment and disease. Churchill still thought the concentration camps fulfilled their purpose. For his part, he was captured by the Boers and imprisoned in the Pretoria High School for Girls.

In World War One Churchill, who had become a politician with strong connections in the Conservative party, served in the war cabinet as head of the navy. He planned and implemented the Battle of Gallipoli, an 1915 invasion of Turkeys capital Constantinople. After several months 41,000 Allied soldiers were dead, 97,000 were wounded, and the failed invasion had Churchill fired from his post.

Fascist sympathies and debts to Jews

Churchill instead fell back on his career in parliament as a Conservative candidate. About World War I he said, “Should Germany begin to trade in the next fifty years we will have fought the War for nothing.
He became a strong supporter of the British Empire, and advocated the use of poison gas against Iraqi rebels. During the Olympic year of 1936 he expressed the view that We will face Hitler into a war whether he wants it or not. In 1937 he told German Foreign Minister Joachim Ribbentrop, If Germany becomes too strong we will smash her again.

He also supported eugenics, and had helped write the Mental Deficiency Act of 1913, where he sought forced sterilization for the feeble-minded. (This part of the law did not pass.)

Churchill was a staunch enemy of Bolshevism in Russia, which he stated in an interview in the Illustrated Sunday Herald, 1920, was controlled by Jews:

“This movement among the Jews is not new. From the days of Spartacus-Weishaupt to those of Karl Marx, and down to Trotsky (Russia), Bela Kun (Hungary), Rosa Luxembourg (Germany), and Emma Goldman (United States)... this worldwide conspiracy for the overthrow of civilisation and for the reconstitution of society on the basis of arrested development, of envious malevolence, and impossible equality, has been steadily growing. It has been the mainspring of every subversive movement during the 19th century; and now at last this band of extraordinary personalities from the underworld of the great cities of Europe and America have gripped the Russian people by the hair of their heads and have become practically the undisputed masters of that enormous empire.”

When Mussolini became Prime Minister in Italy in 1922, Churchill stated admiringly that in Fascism, Mussolini has found the antidote to Communism. He also called Mussolini the Roman genius ... the greatest lawgiver among men. 

But Churchill still had trouble keeping his money and found himself constantly in debt, much due to his alcoholism and gambling problem. During his wilderness years 1930-1939, Churchill was therefore financed through a secret pressure group known as the Focus, set up by some of Londons wealthiest businessmen, notably from the Board of Jewish Deputies in England, led by the Jew Bernard Waley Cohen. At a dinner party held by Cohen on July 29, 1936, he set up a slush fund of 50,000 pound - an enormous sum at the time - to finance Churchills activities through The Focus. (This is told in Cohens memoirs.)

The condition for the financing was the creation of hostility toward Germany - in British politics, and through the world.

Churchill was then saved from personal bankruptcy, and the loss of the family mansion, by the wealthy Jew Henry Strakosch, who had moved to Britain from Austria. Churchill had been bankrupted by the American stock market crash 1937-1938, but Strakosch was instrumental in setting up the central banks of South Africa and India, which bought all of Churchills debts. When Strakosch died in 1943 he left £20,000 to Churchill in his will, finally saving the prime minister from the last of his debt now that World War II was well under way.

World War Two

Because of his strong hostility toward Germany, Churchill could rise to the position of prime minister during an anti-German media storm following the German-Soviet invasion of Poland, 1939. Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, who had not wanted to attack Germany, could no longer remain in his post as the media would then attack the Conservative Party constantly. 

Churchill took over in 1940 with strong media support. After the defeat at Dunkerque, when many in the British government wanted to stop the war, Churchill refused. Churchill had rejected Germany’s peace offers in 1939, and did so again 1940 and 1941. He gave the order to bomb of German civilians in the cities, making the Germans retaliate in the same way, which made it impossible for British politicians to argue for peace: no British leaders could continue arguing for an end to hostilities when the newspapers could show pictures of dead British civilians.

On July 20, 1940, Churchill had learned that the British ambassador in New York had asked the German ambassador what their peace terms might be. Churchill immediately sent orders that the ambassador could have no more contact whatsoever with the German ambassador. Then Churchill asked Charles Portal to come to the Chequers, the country residence for British prime ministers. Until then Hitler had given strict orders that no bombs be felled on British cities. He still hoped that the British prime minister would agree to peace. So Churchill ordered a vicious bomb raid against Berlin. (This is told in records from Command to the Air Ministry.)

Joseph Kennedy, the American ambassador, wrote in his diary that Churchill told him: I want the Germans to start bombing London as early as possible because this will bring the Americans into the war when they see the Nazis frightfulness, and above all it will put an end to this awkward and inconvenient peace movement thats afoot in my own Cabinet and among the British population. Kennedy also wrote this in telegrams back to the State Department in Washington.

Churchill then set himself up as the worlds protector against German aggression. Like he told friends, Truth is a precious thing, like a frail flower. Truth is so precious, it must be protected by a bodyguard of lies.
In February 1945, British and American bomb planes attacked the German city of Dresden, a city with no military significance. It was clear that the Germans were already losing the war, but the Allies wanted to kill as many Germans as possible. They deliberately used fire bombs because they knew most buildings in Dresden were old and made of wood, and would therefore burn well. Churchill personally ordered the bombing with 3,900 tons of explosives, which turned the ancient Baroque city Dresden into a storm of fire. The city was destroyed more than Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed by the American atom bombs.

When some time had passed, the planes returned, now to kill those who had arrived in the city from the neighboring surroundings to help the survivors. At least 200,000 men, women and children were burned to death in the night.

Unusually for him, Churchill wrote after the bombing: It seems to me that the moment has come when the question of bombing of German cities simply for the sake of increasing the terror, though under other pretexts, should be reviewed. 

This seems to indicate that he wanted to end the deliberate killing of German civilians. It also clearly shows that that was exactly what he had been doing up until that time.

Winston Churchill posing with a Tommy Gun

Churchill still desired the killing of more civilians, and so he prepared thousands of tons of anthrax bombs to be dropped on German cities. Even in 1945, when the Germans were starving and dying in large numbers, and the Soviet armies were invading, he sought to kill as many German civilians as possible. Unfortunately for Churchill, American generals in the field defied Roosevelts orders to slow down (and leave Germany to the Soviet Union), and invaded, which made it impossible to use the anthrax bombs.

After the war

Churchill was defeated in the 1945 elections. The British people wanted a prime minister who was more focused on re-building Britain, instead of plans with Roosevelt and Stalin. British workers had also never forgiven Churchill for (probably) advocating that the army use machine guns against striking mine workers in 1926.

Churchill, now seeking a new role when half of Europe was invaded by the Soviet Union with Roosevelts blessing, held a speech about an Iron Curtain descending over Europe. While he has become famous for this phrase, it originated with Dr. Goebbels, German Minister of Propaganda, although Churchill would never reveal that in public.

As leader of the opposition in parliament, Churchill became concerned with the effect of non-White immigration from the now bankrupt British Empire. He called for a law to keep Britain White and ban non-White immigration. But by now he had played out his usefulness and the media owners did not support the proposed law.