It does make you laugh when you first hear it. Once you’ve finished your ROFL, however, you really need to stop and think about why so many battles had such strange outcomes.
Dunkirk. Hitler stopped the tanks.
Battle Of Britain. Goering switched targets just as he’d won, so the RAF survived.
Hitler failed to follow the recommendations of Doenitz to build a bigger submarine fleet, and the Battle Of The Atlantic was also needlessly lost.
Then Britain ceded Crete after wiping out the German paratroop forces. The soldiers couldn’t understand how they lost.
The Germans were within ten miles of the centre of Moscow, well in time for winter, but Hitler ordered his army South.
All these events were inexplicable.
D Day. How come the Abwehr (German intelligence) didn’t know the attack was coming in at Normandy? The German E boats had dropped in on a practice drop at Clacton Sands killing 800 marines.
Then how did Eisenhower permit 250,000 Germans to escape at The Falaise Gap. It was Dunkirk in reverse.
Then how come Patton was stopped from crossing the Rhine in 1944 when he was one day’s drive from The Ruhr unopposed? His fuel supply was cut off.
Monty’s Market Garden was stopped when the Americans took Nijmegen Bridge at great cost. The British tanks were ordered to halt on the bridge til the next day, by which time the Germans were ready to defend Arnhem.
The list goes on and on, until you realise that a higher cabal was running the war, controlling all sides.
Both Hitler and Stalin were trained at Tavistock. There is a reason why all these apparent illogical things happened.
When you know the reason, the notion that Hitler was controlled by a higher cabal, as well as Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin, is not quite so funny any more.