The poetic drivel of the D Day coverage

The truth about WW2.  The veterans who know the truth.

The war was fought on behalf of banks.  Follow the trail of the bankers.  Real history is very different to the Hollywood spoon-fed version, and is only known to the people who actually fought the war.

  The speaker’s father was in the first wave of troops to land on Gold Beach.

The French citizenry didn’t want the Allies to land, and British troops had to face an ice cold reception everywhere they went. They were often told to go home, and had to endure attacks from French Resistance snipers.  The French shops were stacked to the brim with goods, and the economy was thriving.  The pictures of French people kissing troops were made well behind the front lines and were posed.

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4 Responses to “The poetic drivel of the D Day coverage”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Churchill had all the French Navy bombed at port, thousands of French died.
    With friends like that, enemies are welcomed.
    All Freemasons, even Stalin and Hitler.

  2. Anonymous says:

    jewtube has removed the video. Can an alternative be linked?


  3. Tapestry says:

    I can’t find an alternative video. Hitler, Stalin and CHurchill were all controlled by the same network. No doubt De Gaulle was too.

  4. Anonymous says:

    As a ‘military wife’ I learned first hand how much the Germans and the French loathed the Brits. It was only as Australians, that they warmed to us as an English-speaking family.

    As for deGaulle

    I went to the cinema in spite of bad/negative reviews, to see Grace of Monaco.

    I grew up somewhat idolising Grace as the epitome of femininity/beauty and fairy tales coming true.

    Only recently read Robert Lacey’s excellent biography and now ‘know’ some more about the ‘hidden history’ of the so-called ‘royals’ and the ‘curse’ of the Grimaldi family.

    I do not believe in ‘curses’.

    The rest some of us ‘know’.

    Secret societies and crony-ism etc….

    Peace to all.

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