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Eisenhower’s Rhine Meadows Death Camps – A Deliberate Policy of Extermination

Is there anyone else who is sick and tired of hearing every other day about how Eisenhower warned us about the military industrial complex?

OK, he did that. What else did he do?



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Morgenthau Plan

This occurred during post war phase 1 which was designed to drive Germany back to being an agricultural economy. The plan? It was not the Marshall Plan. That came a few years later when the US realized it needed to build West Germany up rather than break it down during the cold war.

Morgenthau Plan from BBC: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01jgj0p

* Millions of ethnic Germans were force-marched out of their homes in Europe and driven to Germany to resettle. It is a German Trail of Tears and hundreds of thousands died. It is a historical reality and a story that is seldom told because it is an inconvenient truth.

** That last segment with the marchers - the NPD is a pretty unsavory right wing party. Notice all the skinheads?

"One resists the invasion of armies; one does not resist the invasion of ideas" Victor Hugo

This is a little over the top.

The rhine meadow camps are on the record and were the result of the logistical nightmare that a WW victory brings.

They imprisoned soldiers for about 6 months and then they were sent home.

The MIC was still a baby and didn't realize all the profits that could be made after war, not just during war.

They obviously learned from their mistake.

The CIA overthrow of Iran is a much more blatant act of interventionism by Ike and is the most clear example of Blood for Oil.

God Bless.


¿War only became profitable after WW2?

Is that what I said?

Because if it was I apologize.

What I meant was that the camps that house POWs after a war is a different business model and the MIC didn't figure that out until after WWII.

God Bless.


I wasn't sure, that's why I asked.
Thanks for the clarification.

halliburton and Blackwater

and the rest of them have got it figured out.

in theater troop barricks
Supply lines
Protection in theater
Special lines of credit for soldiers

When is the US going to forgo the standing army and simply hire mercenaries on a retainer?

God Bless.

He Signed Off On Overthrowing Iran's Goernment

A hawk in dove's clothing, and the beginning of what Tom Woods calls "the bi-partisan foreign policy consensus."

"Bipartisan: both parties acting in concert to put both of their hands in your pocket."-Rothbard

1954 Guatemala

"In 1954, the American government successfully orchestrated the overthrow of the freely elected government of Jacobo Arbenz in Guatemala and replaced him with their hand-picked alternative."


The point is that what we are seeing today is just a continuation of what presidents have done and approved of in the past.