Great guest, James Bacque. Despicable what was done to the defeated Germans! At the end of BOTH world wars, with the slight correction that the Germans didn't actually surrender, but only signed an armistice, in the First World War. The victors of WWI put the German people in a situation that goaded them to accept desperate measures and then funded Hitler, hoping that he would attack Russia while leaving them alone. You have to sympathize somewhat with the Russians, though, as the German leadership put surrendering Russian soldiers into what amounted to death camps; and, what's more, the Russian civilian population under German occupation was treated to genocidal terror. I wouldn't put any stock in Herbert Hoover's "relief" efforts after WWII, judging from his performance after WWI in diverting food relief from the starving civilian populations to the armies fighting against the young USSR - one of the subjects of a Dave Emory exposé here http://emory.kfjc.org/archive/afa/afa_01a.mp3
I have one criticism. If laws could deter the ruling élite from deciding government policy in secret, we wouldn't see it being done in Bilderberg sessions. For U.S. Government officials to discuss policy in secret sessions with politicians of other countries is a violation of the Logan Act.
Kudos to Jim for having Bacque on and discussing this contentious subject. "Other Losses" is chock full of US Army documents, lots more info than was presented in this interview. It's a fascinating book, in a melancholy sort of way.@atlantabill, Right you are! Hoover was involved in clandestine operations in Europe after ww2 just as he was after ww1. Hoover had deep ties to the people who eventually became the OSS and CIA. Your link is broken. Could you fix it plz, would like to listen.
Think I found the audio cited by atlantabill:http://spitfirelist.com/anti-fascist-archives/rfa-1-looking-back-from-1984/
Jim Fetzer, That white people giving Indians Smallpox meme, is sheer nonsense for the simple reason, who the heck would volunteer to take Smallpox blankets to an Indian settlement, when there was no treatment for Smallpox?I can't understand how people are so easily taken in by memes spread by organized anti-whites.
It is exactly the same as inciting against Jews, with that Blood Libel nonsense.
@JimBobThe first occasion of which I am aware wherein it was alleged that Whites used smallpox against the indigenous was the French and Indian War. The story goes that the Brit general sent disease-ridden blankets as gifts and people who had contracted smallpox and survived were employed for delivery.Whether this occurred I cannot say, but the Brit says he contemplated it in his diary. Of this I am sure.And even if it didn't happen, bio' warfare has been used by and against White people for a very long time. And a thousand things a thousand times worse have occurred.
You missed my point.Question:Who would volunteer to transport infected blankets, in a time when there was no treatment for a sickness, that was most likely fatal? Would you do it?Answer:No one in their right mind would do it, because it would be suicide. Are you really saying, there were kamikaze settlers and soldiers, that hated Indians so much, they would commit suicide, in order to kill them???As I said, this is the modern day equivalent of Blood Libel. It is incitement against white people and it must stop now.
As I said above, those who had beaten the disease were [in theory] used to deliver them. They may not have understood the immune system as well as we do nowadays, but apparently they understood that you can't get smallpox twice.
Listened to the first part of the audio atlantabill linked to above and it is definitely worth the time.
Thanks, Dave, for setting the link right. The page you gave the link to lists the first "AFA" files of "Looking Back from 1984", and the information about Herbert Hoover is in the second half of the file entitled "Part 1a". To repeat the link: http://spitfirelist.com/anti-fascist-archives/rfa-1-looking-back-from-1984/
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