The Pros And Cons Of World War II

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WHAT WOULDVE HAPPENED IF THE NAZI'S WON WORLD WAR II
Imagine how the world would have been different if the Nazis had won World War II. , If the axis powers won over the allied forces. Since the Nazis were known for their destructive crimes, such a fantasy is undeniably a frightening one. However, let us try putting the negatives aside, and view a Nazi victory more as a fantasy than a nightmare. United States General George S. Patton had not realized until late in the war that the United States had fought the wrong country. Patton then noticed that the U.S. should have sided with Germany instead to destroy Jewish Communist USSR. This information comes from comments he made to military officers and staff. World War II was a war of Nationalism-vs- Jewish globalism. Nationalism is the patriotic feeling towards your country. It?s preserving unique culture and heritage. Adolf Hitler and his allies fought regarding the concept of Nationalism, not just for Germans but for people all over the
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During WWII, great Jewish Internationalists were spreading the Jewish worldview by eliminating all nations, except for a Jewish homeland what was later to be, the nation of Israel in 1948. Years later and we see that nothing has changed; Today, Jewish globalism still works toward gradually "merging" all peoples of the world, western world in particular, into one globalist system with a global government, global laws, consistent global culture, a global bank, global currency, etc. Jewish globalism is the exact opposite of Nationalism. The Allied powers (U.S., Britain, France, USSR, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Greece, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, South Africa, Yugoslavia) of WWII were tools of International Jewry who fought for the Jewish globalist worldview. After the Allies won WWII in 1945, International Jewish forces ran a ?Sphere of Influence? in the Western

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