Sunday, December 03, 2006

World War II: The Good War?

This article was originally posted on the Vanguard News Network by Alex Linder. It is archived here in case VNN goes down.

World War II: The Good War?

By VNN Staff

December 2006


These days, World War II is often called the “good war” [1]. In other words, it’s said that the war was necessary in order to stop fascism, even though many people died in that conflict. [By the way, just for the historical record, please recall that Britain and America decided upon going to war with Germany and Japan early on. Both countries “set the stage” for war long before war actually occurred].

Was WWII really a good war? If so, who was it good for? Who was it bad for? Let’s take a look at some of the results of that war:

- Nazi Germany - the only White nation in the entire world which stood against Jewish power, communism, multiculturalism and other “-isms” - was not simply defeated, but completely destroyed

- The Soviet Union - the world’s first criminal, communist state and a state built by Jews - became a superpower, complete with nuclear weapons. The Soviets also “exported” communism all over the world after the war [see below]. That, by itself, was an incredible tragedy for humanity, far worse than the so-called “Holocaust”

- By being an ally of America, the Soviet Union gained “legitimacy” all over the globe - which may be why it didn’t collapse until 1989

- Half of Europe - i.e., Eastern Europe - fell under communist rule after the war, and under that rule millions of innocent people were killed or imprisoned

- Roughly 30 million White people died in the war, the majority of them civilians

- The world “lost” roughly 80 million White people to WWII, since many of the Whites who died during that war would have produced children later had they not died. That’s an amazing number of people. So WWII was, in a sense, semi-genocidal to the White race

- After the war, the U.S. engaged in a 40-year “cold war” with the Soviet Union, which cost American taxpayers billions of dollars and produced widespread fear of a nuclear conflict

- China became communist, thanks to Soviet aid and influence

- The Korean and Vietnam wars occurred, thanks to Soviet and Chinese aid

- Cuba became communist, thanks to Soviet aid and influence

- Nicaragua became communist, thanks to Soviet and Cuban aid

- The U.S. had a dangerous confrontation with Cuba and its big brother, the Soviet Union, in 1962, in which America came close to getting into a nuclear conflict. This was called the Cuban Missile Crisis

- Leftist political parties came to power all across Western Europe after the war, which liberalized and multiculturalized the entire region

- White racial beliefs and ideas became taboo in all of the Western countries

- Non-White immigration into most White countries became routine

- After the war, White-governed republics faded away. In their place sprang up “democracies,” i.e., non-White people voting and running for public office in White countries

- The Jews gained enormous political, social and financial power after WWII. In fact, you could say that the ending of WWII cleared the way for Jewish domination of the Western countries

- The Jews acquired their own state, Israel, which gave them even more power and also “credibility” as a people. Israel now causes much grief for the American people since not only do Americans fund Israel with $3 billion of their tax dollars per year, but America’s support of Israel causes much of the world to hate the United States

The fact is: the only people who benefited from WWII were 1) Jews and other non-Whites; 2) communists; 3) leftists and 4) a few clever businessmen who saw the war coming. Indeed, despite constant propaganda to the contrary, White culture - the greatest culture in history and a culture which began long before Christ - could be called the “main loser” of World War II. So why is it called the “good war?”

Notes

[1] the Jewish writer Studs Terkel popularized the term “the good war” with a 1984 book about various WWII experiences

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