The article below is filled with the usual untrue Soviet propaganda against Hitler and Germany, the quote below illustrates the truth of the matter. Thinking readers of this blog should be able to easily filter the bs from the truth when reading the entire article.
Time to Face the Truth About World War II
The Red Army and Air Force were deployed in vulnerable offensive formations hard on the new German-Soviet border. Stalin ordered all 1,000-plus defensive casemates of the formidable Stalin Line defending the USSR’s western border destroyed to emphasize the offensive mission of the Red Army.
But Hitler struck first. Learning of the Soviet threat, Hitler secretly massed his armies and attacked on 22 June, 1941. Operation Barbarossa caught the Russians flat-footed: warplanes on the ground, tanks on rail cars, munitions in the open. The US Navy accomplished the same feat against the Japanese carrier force at Midway.
Soviet ground forces were quickly enveloped, cut off and destroyed in vast numbers. Had they been positioned in defensive deployments behind the casemates and artillery positions of the Stalin Line, which ran unbroken from the Baltic to the Black Sea, this rout would not have happened.
Soviet propaganda later tried to cover up Stalin’s plan to attack Europe, claiming his forces were outmoded and unprepared, and generals incompetent. According to the party line, Stalin only signed the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact to buy time to prepare for war. This view still prevails today.
Not so, claims Suvarov. His view will infuriate mainstream historians. I poured through Suvarov’s meticulous military analysis. To me, as a veteran military analyst, teacher of strategic studies, and war correspondent, his figures appear to confirm that Stalin was just about to attack Western Europe when Hitler pre-empted him.
Four years later, in 1945, Stalin’s Red Army had taken half of Europe. But, contends Suvarov, had Hitler not attacked first in 1941, Stalin’s 30-million man army, backed by mammoth industrial production, would have overwhelmed all of Europe in a 1941 surprise blitz.
Suvarov’s unstated conclusion: Hitler saved Western Europe from Stalin. He argues, less convincingly, that Hitler’s offensive into Russia led to the inevitable downfall of the Soviet Union in 1991 - and the real end of WWII.
In the author’s view, if Poland had given back German-populated Danzig to Germany, war might have been avoided. He also contends that the British Empire collapsed because of its fatal decision to go to war with Germany in 1939 over Poland, a nation it could not possibly defend. Hitler made a fatal error by not invading Britain, though the Germans had done absolutely nothing to prepare for an amphibious invasion.
Suvarov’s contentions are heretical and will be assailed by mainstream historians wedded to the historical party line. We need to clear away these lingering clouds of wartime propaganda and begin understanding what really happened.
Hitler, in his own warped thinking, believed he was actually doing good for mankind. Stalin had no such illusions. His only interest was raw power. Both were wild beasts who were ready to devour Europe."
Hitlers thinking was not "warped" and he was not a "wild beast ready to devour Europe" - the author of this article even admits in the quote above that Hitler's fatal mistake was not to invade Britain and had that Hitler had no intention of doing so!
Hitler, even though defeated, shortened the days that we must live under the evil New World Order / Judaic communist system by delaying the immediate and military invasion of Europe by Stalin.
Hitler's actions changed the plans of the NWO satanists and instead they subverted governments through gradualism - thereby shortening the days we must live in his horrible system.
"And unless those days had been shortened, no flesh should be saved: but for the sake of the elect those days shall be shortened."