- Will they tell us about a deal between the Neapolitan Mafia and British forces? Will they tell us about the Monte- Cassino tragedy when British bombarded the sacred place full of refugees and then sent the Polish troops on the deadly offensive?
- Will they tell us how Winny in Yalta was curving Poland as if it was a piece of meat?
- Will they tell us how Winny was happy when Hiroshima and Nagasaki were bombarded by the atomic bombs?
- Will they tell us how Winny was defeated by Labor Party right after the war?
The MSM shills on MSNBC were ecstatic about British newspapers challenging Hitler with headlines ,'Is that what you can do, Adolph?' after London was bombed in 1941. Maybe those people would have addressed Winny instead? BTW, in 1941, when Germans were right there, near Moscow, on November 7th, Russian armies paraded in celebration of their National Holiday, the Day of Revolution in total defiance (the troops went to the front right after the parade) and NOT EVEN ONE German plane entered the Moscow air on that day. How about that, people? Why was not that mentioned? Why now that great day Nov.7 is NEVER MENTIONED? BTW, Winny did send a congratulations telegram to Russia on that day.
I am tired of lies and humbug. I am tired of stories about Winny getting naked in the White House. I am tired of bullshit. El- Alamein, Burma and Overlord are the great contributions of the British people and their spirit, the resiliency of Winny was a part of it. But German war machine was destroyed by Russians and they deserve all the credit as well as all those who never surrendered in all the occupied territories. That credit can be accomplished only by acknowledgement of the unfortunate truth that Western Powers not only nurtured Hitler to power but also sort of absorbed many of his approaches even until today. I want to hear all that. I want it to be mentioned in ALL WWII- related documentaries. So many millions died then, in that carnage that to do otherwise, to show selected/censored stuff is immoral. So, will they tell us the above, I wonder?