German newsreel, June 22, 1941, announcing the German attack (with English subs)
In Holland it is 23:45 CET and we suddenly realize that today it is 74 years go that Germany invaded the USSR. We plan to elaborate in great detail on that event in the future, but nevertheless some preliminary remarks now.
We have repeatedly said that everything that is promoted as the truth concerning WW2 is a lie and Barbarossa is no exception. Rule number one concerning justice is that the judge must be impartial. That essential principle was violated to the extreme, when the victors of WW2 put on robbes in Nuremberg and began to judge WW2. As was to be expected in advance, based on knowledge of human nature, the verdict was entirely to the advantage of the victors.
The official Nuremberg explanation was that Germany invaded ‘unsuspecting peace loving USSR’ to acquire ‘Lebensraum’, as Hitler had announced in his ‘Mein Kampf’ pamflet in the early twenties. Meanwhile, there is a growing number of historians that reject that vision and instead claim that Germany attacked the USSR as a preemptive strike and was an act of desperation and to at least have the advantage of dealing the first blow, an act justified by international law. But if you lose the war, as Germany did, your opponents can claim that they were raided in an act of unprovoked aggression.
In the video, the Germans accuse the Russians and British to have conspired against Germany. Hitler, from the early twenties on, had hoped for an alliance with Britain and Chamberlain was not unwilling to accommodate him. But just like the Americans in 2014 prevented an rapprochement between the EU and Russia, in the thirties the Americans had the bought and paid-for traitor of the British cause, Winston Churchill to drive a wedge between Chamberlain, who represented the wishes of the majority of the British and Germany.
On October 3, 1941, Hitler explained to his people why he had decided to attack and broadly he is telling the truth.
[rt.com] – Operation Barbarossa: What would Europe look like if the Soviets hadn’t defeated Hitler?
Anglo author for the occasion is building on the ‘wisdom’ of Nuremberg.
[haaretz.com] – Was Stalin to blame?
Leading Israeli daily discusses the theories of new historians, claiming that an ill-prepared Germany merely preempted a Soviet attack, planned for July 1941 and that in reality the USSR was in a state of full mobilization from Smolensk to Wladiwostok when Germany attacked.
Soviet defector Viktor Suvorov was the first to launch the new theory regarding operation Barbarossa.
Russian television examines the Suvorov hypotheses pro and contra.
[mp3] – American revisionist historian Mark Weber explaining Operation Barbarossa.
[deepresource] – Viktor Suvorov, The Chief Culprit