Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Ethnic Germans: A Forgotten Genocide

Video found at the excellent blog Justice for Germans:



It is estimated that between 12 and 15 million ethnic Germans, including children, were systematically expelled, tortured, raped, put in camps, starved, enslaved and executed after World War II from 1944-1948, and later. Their only crime was being German. These actions were many cases government sanctioned and done in full knowledge of the victorious allies. To date, no one has ever been held accountable, and most do not know or do not acknowledge this genocide.

6 comments:

  1. Sue:

    My parents and I barely survived the Fire Bombing of Hamburg in 1943. I was just 5 years old. Our bunker was underground in the local park. Due to overcrowding, we soon ran out of oxygen, also out of desperately food and water. I remember people passing out and some died, our doors could not be opened from the inside, like vacuum-packed, nothing helped. Finally we heard people trying to open the doors from the outside...

    The devotion and organization of the German people was superb, truly admirable.

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  2. John Friend, please note: I receive your articles via email from you daily sue.hardy916

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    1. Excellent, thanks Sue! Would you be interested in appearing as a guest one of these days?

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    2. I really hope that Sue says yes. Thanks so much for posting this superb documentary, John.

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  3. Here is another video to see about this painfull jew revenge against innocent people. And if something is said against them. It's "illegal" here.

    Allied Atrocities by Dr. William L. Pierce

    Br,
    Teropekka
    Finland

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  4. The international bankster gangsters had to make an example of Germany, to show the world what happens when a nation dares to regain control of its finances.

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