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Offline Emerentiana

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D Day..then and now
« on: June 22, 2014, 02:01:11 PM »
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  • http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2014/06/scenes-from-d-day-then-and-now/100752/



    Be sure to click on each picture and see the changes. It is amazing. The sacrifice of our soldiers is huge. It is why we don't speak German today.
     
    The first picture does nothing. Start with the second picture (almost the same as the first) Click to see what it looks like today.
     
     

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    « Reply #1 on: June 22, 2014, 03:42:30 PM »
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  • Total war wins wars.

    Counter-insurgency loses wars.


    Offline RomanCatholic1953

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    « Reply #2 on: June 22, 2014, 05:19:31 PM »
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  • The real reason for D-Day, June 6, 1944 was to save western Europe from
    complete Soviet Army victory.
    Because our lend lease that gave military equipment to the Soviets
    and turned tide of the war on the eastern front.
    Stalin had no intentions of stopping until his Armies got to the English
    Channel.
    On RT, there was a Soviet propaganda film showing the Soviet
    Armies charging into German occupied territory.  If any of them were
    caught looking back, they were shot on the spot.
    There is a very sad story never told.  When the Soviet Army captured
    the POW camps that held American, British, and Canadian POW's held
    by the Germans.  These POW's were immediately shipped off to the
    gulags and never heard from again, nor did the governments pressed
    the issue.
    Treason in Government is nothing new. From FDR to his treason
    Administration built up the Soviet Army and allowed Soviet occupation
    of Eastern Europe.
    This is the way I honor those that fought and died on D-Day, June 6,
    1944. If they only the knew the truth. They know it now in eternity.
    The purpose of WW2 was a launching pad for the one world
    government. Just to make the Wallstreet Bankers and London wealthy
    to prepare for future Wars.

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    « Reply #3 on: June 22, 2014, 05:40:12 PM »
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    If they only the knew the truth. They know it now in eternity.


    Um yeah, you should be the only person allowed to write history books- no one is smarter than you. Everyone was duped except you.

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    « Reply #4 on: June 22, 2014, 06:26:19 PM »
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  • Thanks for the compliment.   I never claimed to be "smart".
    It is just hidden history that will be one day exposed as the truth.
    It is no secret of the reason for D-Day, June 6, 1944. Sad that
    we did not know the truth at that time.


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    « Reply #5 on: June 22, 2014, 07:12:26 PM »
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  • Ignore crossbro and his brainwashed version of World War II. World War II is the real reason why the West is dying, not the counter-culture, not Obama, not immigration, etc. We can thank the "Greatest Generation," not the baby boomers, not the Gen-X'ers, and not my generation for causing the death of European civilization. World War II also reverted Western Man back to methods of sheer barbarism and terrorism, thanks to America and Winston Churchill, the examples being Dresden, Tokyo, Hiroshima, and Nagasaki.

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    « Reply #6 on: June 22, 2014, 07:14:15 PM »
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    It is why we don't speak German today.
    I think someone has been reading too much Weinberg and not enough historical fact. Hitler had no plan to "take over the world" or to even bomb the United States. The Weinberg theory about a transatlantic German bomber turned out to be pure myth.

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    « Reply #7 on: June 22, 2014, 07:26:28 PM »
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    Be sure to click on each picture and see the changes. It is amazing. The sacrifice of our soldiers is huge. It is why we don't speak German today.
     
    The first picture does nothing. Start with the second picture (almost the same as the first) Click to see what it looks like today.
     
     


    I do not know why anyone would thumbs down this post. Our Men gave
    their supreme sacrifice on that June of 1944.
    Great photos, them and now. Just like reliving history. A history a few
    years before I was born.
    The men are not to blame, they were told what to do. In the military
    there is no Democracy. Those that have been in the service knows that.
    Actually we did not save the world from speaking German, We saved
    the world from speaking Russian.
    It was no secret from the higher Military Brass unless they launched
    this invasion, The Soviet Armies would have been at the English
    Channel as early as January 1945.
    In my Family, my Grandfather was with the Army when they invaded
    North Africa in 1942. Them to Sicily, and into Italy. My Grandfather
    even had a audience with Pope Pius XII. From Italy into Austria and
    into Germany. My Grandfather was in the occupational Army and returned
    home in 1946.
    My Father was in the US Merchant Marine for the duration of WW2.
    Saved a ship by disarming an unexploded torpedo fired by a Japanese
    Submarine.
    My Mother and Grandmother drove ambulances of wounded soldiers
    from the docks unloaded by ships  to the Army Hospitals.  
    My other Grandmother did voluntary work at the draft board.

    I really appreciated your post and the memorable photos.


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    « Reply #8 on: June 22, 2014, 07:34:30 PM »
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    Actually we did not save the world from speaking German, We saved he world from speaking Russian.


    Uh right surely FDR did not hold up Eisenhower so Stalin could take Berlin, and after the war Britain would definitely not fall to socialism. :rolleyes:

    "I believe if I give him [Stalin] everything and ask for nothing in return, noblisse oblige, he'll work with me for a world for peace and democracy." Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    Speaking of World War II, from an American perspective it was actually a war that would benefit America into being the empire that could come in and take over the world after Britain, Germany, and Japan exhausted themselves.

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    « Reply #9 on: June 22, 2014, 07:37:45 PM »
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    Actually we did not save the world from speaking German, We saved he world from speaking Russian.


    Uh right surely FDR did not hold up Eisenhower so Stalin could take Berlin, and after the war Britain would definitely not fall to socialism. :rolleyes:

    "I believe if I give him [Stalin] everything and ask for nothing in return, noblisse oblige, he'll work with me for a world for peace and democracy." Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    Speaking of World War II, from an American perspective it was actually a war that would benefit America into being the empire that could come in and take over the world after Britain, Germany, and Japan exhausted themselves.


    Do you have any WW2 stories from your family history?

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    « Reply #10 on: June 22, 2014, 07:39:05 PM »
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    Do you have any WW2 stories from your family history?


    Sure. Both of my great-grandfathers served in the Navy during World War II in the Pacific Theatre against the Japenese.


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    « Reply #11 on: June 22, 2014, 08:16:23 PM »
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  • Please, if you would.

    Consider the words of Major Gen. Smedley Butler, the most decorated US marine prior to WW2. Here is a speech of his.  "War is a racket...I was the muscle for big business, Wall Str, and the banks"



    Thank you, and God bless.
    JoeZ
    Pray the Holy Rosary.

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    « Reply #12 on: June 22, 2014, 08:48:06 PM »
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    Actually we did not save the world from speaking German, We saved he world from speaking Russian.


    Uh right surely FDR did not hold up Eisenhower so Stalin could take Berlin, and after the war Britain would definitely not fall to socialism. :rolleyes:

    "I believe if I give him [Stalin] everything and ask for nothing in return, noblisse oblige, he'll work with me for a world for peace and democracy." Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    Speaking of World War II, from an American perspective it was actually a war that would benefit America into being the empire that could come in and take over the world after Britain, Germany, and Japan exhausted themselves.


    Are you aware of Eisenhower's death camps for German POW's.
    At lease two million young Germans died in those camps because of
    deliberate starvation.
    This is no secret. It is now admitted by historians.

    Any treaties and agreements with such tyrants as Joseph Stalin,
    who killed millions during his career. These agreements and
    treaties with such evil men are not worth the paper that holds
    the signatures. They are just to appease the enemy until they
    have enough strength to overwhelmed them.
    Do not forget Germany and the Soviet Union signed an agreement
    that lead to the invasion of Poland and the Soviet
    Invasion of eastern Poland and the brutal executions of the many
    Polish Officers at the Katyn Forest now admitted by the Russians
    were committed by Soviets under orders of Joseph Stalin.
    The reason Hitler launch operation Barbarossa because he had
    reliable information that Stalin was about to do the same.
    If it was not for D-Day, June 6, 1944. the whole of Europe would
    for a time be under Soviet Control. Perhaps got their freedoms
    as independent soviet nations after the fall of the Soviet Union
    in 1992. The operation Berlin airlift would not help in this case.
    Even though today's European Union has already converted Europe
    into a Soviet State.

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    « Reply #13 on: June 22, 2014, 08:50:34 PM »
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    Do you have any WW2 stories from your family history?


    Sure. Both of my great-grandfathers served in the Navy during World War II in the Pacific Theatre against the Japenese.


    I honor them for their service. THANKS

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    « Reply #14 on: June 22, 2014, 09:10:28 PM »
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  • To end this thread.  This is why our Lady of Fatima must be obeyed
    by a true Pope to consecrated Russia to her Immaculate Heart in union
    with all the true Bishops throughout the world.
    If this was done by Pope Pius XI and Pope Pius XII, the horrors of WW2
    and its aftermath would never have happened.

    End of my participation in this thread.

     

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