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the in north atlantic alliance, reconnaissance aircraft, and warships cruising close to russia's borders have become commonplace along with military hardware redeployment and large scale exercises. nato has also developed its offensive capability near the russian borders ah, every year a russian bank resolution is submitted to the un against the glorification of not to them i, the outcome is always the same view as most against it. and in recent years with ukrainian banking was typically the you of stains.
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but with most countries voting in favor, the document is accepted. but it's only advisory me, a writer and history professor at the american university of washington summarizes the usa official position in the united states says that we're not going to prevent the freedom of speech. the united states does that even the nazis have the right to speak and to assemble. ah, the german journalist and filmmaker mark, but all my feel crania and us positions differently, that hopefully i'm like, are, need, need, might need of torn one name or the, you know, shown garnish, why it the ruled and damaged for all time? what's the zip tune? the, the modern western world generally considered as hitler's naziism to be thing
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a typical of european democracies. the feeling is doctrine on superior and inferior races, rather appeared out of thin air in europe due to an unlucky turn of events. prerequisites for it never existed before but here's the pre world war, met the colonies in africa, india, china, the commonwealth of australia, asia, north and south america. from so captured half of africa and a half of indo china, me belgium, possessed congo. germany had colonies in africa, asia, south america, and o. c, italy established colonies in somalia, ethiopia, libya and eritrea. the spanish colonies in south america and africa to go lucky by colonies,
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several times its own size and population. the usa also kept up with the europeans and so by the early 20th century, most of the world was divided between a few colonial nations. what was going on in the cold and easy as well known and documented millions of ruined lives. slavery ruthless andrew most less exploitation of the phone, the british diplomats, professor of political ideas and also william madison has studied the colonial system and the reason for it to rise and fall only one main thing is important for not as an internationally speaking. that is a nation's or the state allowed to do anything, all the monster races. and then you have the mind, the nation. so the slave for the europeans. the hey, for indians africans
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a hitler. there were jews, gypsies, and slobs. naziism is truly convenient. it's a cynical justification and wiping out some cold inferior races and shamelessly robbing them at the same time. long before the 3rd rice appeared, naziism had been common in the west. the only ones saying a logical thing to be done with a really inferior race. that is to exterminated h g. wells, english author. all these racial ideas and anti jewish ideas were circulating everywhere in europe. and this led or helped to so called justify the grabbing of other people resources around the world, including what is today. united states of america has it, has anything altered only the colors. i do not admit, for instance, that
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a great wrong has been done to the red indians of america. a stronger high a great race has come in and take a nebulizer. winston churchill. ah, the 2nd quote refers to the genocide of native americans that continued for around 300 years. about 90 percent of the continent indigenous peoples were wiped out. ah, counter terrorist expert for the us army analyst scott bennet, investigate crimes against humanity. me, the american indians who are seen as a scourge as a social pariah that needed to be expunged, expelled and exterminated from much of the eastern seaboard in the elimination of so called
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inferior raises and extermination camps were typical of the wind. hitler had hardly come up with anything new bloemfontein, 19 o one british concentration camp, mouth house and 945 knots, extermination camera the western. well, did anyone living off exposing its colonies in power looks really profitable for the british? the french tried to copy his books and articles. paul craig roberts, professor of economics and well known journalist and former us assistant secretary of the treasury for economic policy, analyzes the economic factors destabilizing the world. i don't think that we can attribute european colonialism to anything other than money making
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the sun never set on the british empire. the colonies were where everywhere had this empowers far, far older than, than the nazis. i like the british people, they colonial policy was unthinkable to cut off hitler. yeah. sasha, them is always attributed to the 3rd rice without mentioning help other countries contributed to the idea team. the more start is all the biggest ashes, most of the initial 5 she had to work. that's no fuel. the $100.00 that as the bundle, long fun, my little trust. michelle and political type of concord inspire me in touch with social regime. talk to guy, var,
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fascist mannion gone. bank i had to in the fashion, call up over 2 of the you won't be, she will. dorothy fashion, most of them, diana and feel the stock of districts warden. austin was shit. the father had hitler who the hitler from not sure 9 went internet, uncovered awe in his books and on let such a history professor gives a thorough analysis of the reasons that brought germany to war ah, changes a plan to digest. some singers all about me paid for the i'm a clinician want to order a lot of elements in britain and fred
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and the united states were pro fascist sympathetic to him learn to muscle lini. american business was in bed with denazi's throughout most of the thirty's and into the early forty's. me the standard oil company, cent crude oil to the germans on a monthly basis. and come navigated with i g. far been the conglomerate, the producer does like long b gas used against people sent into the gas chambers. ah, about half of the american vehicles. what produced by opal which was owned by the american company, general motors. before 940. the ford supplied the german army with motor cars and crew. rather the news in july, 938 for his support of nazi germany. the american manufacturer and reform
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received a 3rd rights highest deposit was a foreigner, the order of the german eagle in headquarters after idle dies. you've fought each period. each draft the henri fought. i'd smile in spirit shorn on him. le nigel, and feeling slanty. sean fought is i know there via was this the on guys that i spoke for camphor d n s d r p. what as a start and here it was. it was owned on from the bank of america, doctor nom, and push from mountain bush. the wall goes far on george bush, west president, i investment from union and it was on d. i and that's all pong on out of it
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on you on. and i'm trying to be on the 20th century. so a confrontation between 2 opposing systems, capitalism and socialism. the example of the soviet union, la, proclaimed the quality of all nations and all classes of society posed a threat to capitalism. united states and great britain were equally suspicious of the soviet union and it was communism. it was seen as a direct threat to the democratic capitalist systems in the west. and so they were as uneasy with serving union as they were with germany. 938. the austrian nationals, the partition of czechoslovakia by germany, poland and hungary, the beginning of world war 2. having realize the danger in march 1939 and
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the soviet union proposed an anti fascist alliance to western countries. this i've been trying to rally the west, make a stand with them against fascism. they opposed munich. they oppose allowing hitler in to check this month. but nobody would do that. so wasn't just in 1939 when the soviet proposed and ally as britain and france against hitler in a bit actually throughout the late last half of the 900 thirty's, that the soviets were pushing for that. had that happened, we could have stopped hitler, we could have prevented the holocaust. we could have prevented world war 2 because hitler was weak and knew he was weak. and he was bluffing. and assuming that the west was not going to stand up to him at the west was hoping and many elements in the west. we're hoping that he was just going to go east and so in the thirty's.
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the soviets are the ones who are most strongly opposed to the nazis. ah, the ah me the drug started as a way to come back. a great problem. what's the one? it's part of the attitude of the nation, not just of north dakota, and it got to be something that you could get elected. this time,
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the fight against drugs took a tragic, told us that andrew was a competent short form. this is way too dangerous for him to be doing. clearly they put him in harm's way. a rural college student does interest get shot in the head and found in a river like that. something else had to be happening. the moscow negotiations between the u. s. s. r u, okay, and france had stalled because at the same time london hosted secret anglo german negotiations in exchange for the british empire integrity. the british greenland german march to the east despite the absence of agreement,
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was given to understand that he was free to act and lease and shouldn't worry about the west. when we speak of new territory and europe today, and we must principally think of russia, the colossal empire in the east is rife, the dissolution of hitler. my income for hitler makes clear, and mine come in 1925. that the real goal is to take over ukraine and going to the east against the soviet union. that was always real call. and your opinions understood that in some ways in poland, 2 was preparing to invade the u. s. s. we enhance le, ah, the dismemberment of russia lies up the heart of the polish policy in the 8th. the
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main goal is to weaken and defeat the russia from our thought by the polish army general staff intelligence branch. but angela had other plans that didn't involve poland as not as ralph holders in and enjoy our guy rooms the event. go graphic, you know, off turning on dom if i wanted to visit on those as does why the lather, there's just one i journalist young angle god is curator at the museum of polish history and also as ships of photograph yog option stops yacht a sporting on the lab, their voice gets kicking him in ski, gravitational transients. it's just a good. you're going to go to cal paul, actually been from the model phase. my photograph. yup. so it's 5. you know, if it doesn't have to have part of sky armina, he's storage nailed. with all that in your mouth to play nice. not funny. he
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started back to factor. ah, that there were other fact to about which the west prefers to keep silent in the mileage off a ribbon truck packed was only signed after all leading european powers and made deals with hitler 1933 germany, france u k. and actually signed the full power act. 1934. poland and germany signed a non aggression declaration. $935.00 k and germany signed a naval agreement. 938. the okay. france and italy. agree to the petition of czechoslovakia between germany, poland, and hungary 939, and
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a stony assigned non aggression ex we'll germany. it's roxanne ard us and i and go from the front door to want wendy's of it on your nutrition to mass exit from head to foot isn't high point done via the fall is this isn't the magnum folk getting. i guess he stayed on the guns armeno felt ah, it was well known american or the dean henderson thinks of past events in poland and hungary invaded czechoslovakia before hitler invaded poland because poland and hungary work and already with the nazis and france. and england basically threw chuckles vakio under the bus and they don't really want us to remember that part you see, but they just abandon them. and again, and if hadn't been for stolen coming on the eastern front, they would abandon a lot more people in eastern europe as well. however,
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on september the 19th 2019, the european parliament adopted a resolution stating that it was germany and the ussr that paved the way for world war 200 mark think it doesn't give us inviting on the house when the gun starts lobbyists, most of the time i send extreme a nuts and alyssa kept, ah, not everyone in the email address is with the official lines who's pneumonia starting. she laid out a little new vanya and i just giggle gum when using what i just go so shall use me at schema. now using your stop signal enough blood wash, you storage not to go to get his anywhere near enough coverage to god did not go to
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pull joe on you the for these don't here to noon. i didn't doubt for it was i saw the flight very key you start sustain is us national as mine on the phone and think all horses tools of this complex owns in united europe seems keen to raise from history a very unflattering fact. which is that officially wall was declared on the soviet union by nazi germany along with italy, france, the government of slovakia, hungry romania, guerria, finland unofficially. the war against the u. s. s. are involved in allegiance, danish and swiss. as part of the viking and canada, and as as divisions, the dutch netherland s. s. belgium. s. s. volunteers. the flanders legion, the spanish blue division, the albany and scandal, as as,
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as well as notoriously vicious s as officers from lithuania, estonia and ukraine. fullness to all of europe, led by nazi germany took part in the slaughter of soviet nationals, 1st and foremost slavic people. one. so i'm, i gave you need to keep in mind you have to know else tie in the 2nd front. so loaded in the west was formed, and every month before victory day when it became clear that the red army could
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manage on its own, ah, ah, throughout most of the war, the americans and the british were confronting 10 german divisions between us. while the soviets were confronting more than 200 german divisions by themselves, in addition dying to find nice, dodge and drove mama home, jo cruiser leadership. and so again, i'm sure free, decide, not lose read me. the one dash i gave him is ist dusty deutsch on the best front in
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the preference. no, the thing creek angland torn america safely. i am so glad certain did dodge and all were then creaking ros land. dan, for bend at an angry window, was vita from polly different busy sport, so far out to morrow, lucian, christine guessed from her, gone. mister brighton. and in march, $945.00 in britain, and the us enter into secret negotiations with germany to negotiate the surrender of german forces in northern italy dissolving at schmidt, coleman. no, truly i. i'm dr. state to name and bob, clint, divest master for less dom it know for ended as creek is here for pretty stolen was as of italian leader in me. those of it on such
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a long it over a 100 guys. i didn't find in his letter to president roosevelt, in openly accuses the allies of negotiating a separate peace with germany. already on his death bed, roosevelt writes back saying, you have the misinformed, stony responds with our informant, humble and honest people. judge his position is more aggressive. he approaches to us with his plans for operation unthinkable an alliance of anglo saxons and nazis, and the massive bombing of soviet cities. the creek. why no need send up. but still nice to me, disease our true. i turned in all her died 9 police run is largely tonight and i'm going to fall over to a new yorker plant. go and i'm going to die by putting the 2000 rod
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v dot dutch and b dash 2 characters in those gave them then from then i am dish blame sample nearly me. i get up every morning and prayed, installed in it, alive, and wealth. only started can save the world. winston churchill ah, once the world was saved. ah, churchill changed his mind in any attempt by the soviets to compete against the anglo saxons had to be crushed forever. in the ussr has to be eliminated immediately in general, george, as the commander of the u. s. army demands that the troops do not stop at the elder, but move on toward stalingrad. ah. on june
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29th 1945 stolen, who already knows about the operation orders marshal shook off to move troop to combat positions in the west. ah, it is now clear the allies that a surprise attack is no longer possible then charger. the conclusion deduction creek scuff, prominent automobile, the g a type the di trying to annoy the buffington to talk to you and almost not i don't want to put some of providence conte started. if you send us a buzz mafia. don on chargers are yeah, that be nice. nice thing for me. it was in the information these us dollars be live and dish. divest mr. ah, that's enough. we're no longer interested in a union with the russians,
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so we don't have to abide by the agreements with them. we need to make the alter records non existent, marriage room and the the lies need the red army in the far east, where the 1000000 strong army is waiting for us. and britain had a hard time retaking several islands from japan, and would welcome some help or the japanese read the most was the idea that the soviet might come in the war. truman understood this valid ensure so that the russians are coming in on schedule truman rights in his diary dollar will be in the jap war by august, 15th finney japs when that occurs. ah, the invincible quintal. army was able to hold out for just 20 days. ah, the red armies outstanding manchurian operation ended incomplete victory.
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me even though there were no military reasons for it. oh, it's not a sucky bond. the bomb was not actually dropped on japan. it was dropped on the soviet union as a warning of what's gonna happen. so v as if they interfere with americans post war plants. ah, ah, ah, financial survival guide, stacy, let's learn about be allowed. let's say i'm a joy and your grief. i'm grief based of the site. walk 3 prod. thank you for helping with joy.
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