Most Americans know November 11 as ‘Veterans Day’ — the day we honor the poor chumps who have “died for our freedom”(barf), as well as the living ones who knew not and know not of dark powers that misuse the Department of Offense. We do not intend that in any way as an insult to our vets; but that is the tragic historical reality of the situation.
But what few people know is that the date originated as, and still coincides with, ‘Armistice Day’. The date is commemorated every year on the 11th of November to mark the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany in a railway carriage at Compiègne, France.
Make a mental note of the famous railway carriage of 11-11-1918. It is where Germany was tricked into capitulating, triggering celebrations throughout France, the U.K. and the U.S.
The official cessation of hostilities on the Western Front of World War I took effect at eleven o’clock in the morning—the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” (11-11-11) of 1918. Off topic here for a moment; but three decades later, the Allied ‘D-Day’ (Devil’s Day) invasion of Normandy was launched at the “sixth hour of the sixth day of the sixth month” of 1944 — 6-6-6. Globalists just love their Satanic symbolism, don’t they?
As the above headline of the 1918 Sulzberger’s Slimes shows – (yes, even back then, the Ochs-Sulzberger Crime Family owned “the paper of record’!) – Berlin was immediately “Seized by Revolutionists” (Communists). Leading the ‘German’ counterparts of the murderous ‘Russian’ Bolsheviks who had already seized Petrograd / St. Petersburg and other areas of Russia (October 1917, ‘Red October) were Rosa Luxemburg (cough-cough) and Karl Liebknecht (cough-cough).
To make a long story short, the Red Revolution was quickly put down by the brave volunteers of the German ‘Freikorps’. Red Rosa and Kommie Karl soon got what was coming to them. In 1919, the bitch was beaten with rifle butts and thrown into a nearby river; while Liebknecht was forced to step out of the car he was being transported in and then shot.
1- Arrogant Communists Luxemburg and Liebknecht strut through Berlin, thinking they were about to brutally lord over defeated Germany. The heroic Freikorps boys put an end to that notion!
2- Freikorps boys party it up after taking care of business. (Wish these MEN would come back and show their pussified great grandsons how to take care of the ‘migrants’ — and Merkel too!)
Though spared from Communist takeover, Germany could not be saved from the cruel punishment of the Treaty of Versailles which was to come. The loss of territory, the ‘ethnic cleansing’ of Western Prussia, the isolation of Eastern Prussia, the hunger, the hyper-inflation, the imposed war guilt, the debauchery and degradation of the Weimar Republic years and so much more — it all began with the inexplicable and total surrender of 11-11-18.
We say “inexplicable” because, at the time of the armistice / surrender, not one square inch of German territory had been occupied by the Allies. Though it is certainly true that the tide of war had begun to turn (due to America’s entry), there was no need to capitulate so easily — not when 120,000 Americans had already died after just 7 months of fighting (70,000 combat / 50,000 Spanish Flu / other) with an additional 200,000 wounded!
A certain highly-decorated and twice-injured (badly) war hero was not pleased by the treason of 11-11-1918 and its horrible aftermath. He took to political activism in order to right the wrongs.
“We must call to account the November Criminals of 1918. It cannot be that two million Germans should have fallen in vain and that afterwards one should sit down as friends at the same table with traitors. No, we do not pardon, we demand – Vengeance! “
– Hitler, Munich Speech, September 1922
So, who or what forces prompted Germany’s bizarre decision to just lay down its substantial arms and suddenly retreat from the Western frontiers?
1. The internal force of Jewish-led Marxists (Luxemburg, Liebknecht et al) and ambitious liberals who wanted Germany to lose and become a “democracy” or even a full blown Communist state.
2. The internal force of Zionists (who overlapped with #1) who wanted Germany to lose so that British forces could be freed up to take Palestine away from Turkey – Germany’s ally.
3. The internal force of deluded war-weary fools who trusted in Woodrow Wilson’s empty promises of a fair and just “peace without victors”.
After the capitulation and collapse of Germany, the Jewish-led home front betrayal – which cost the German military the war – came to be known as ‘The Stab in the Back’ — depicted in 1920’s cartoons above.
As readers of ‘The Bad War’ and/or regular subscribers to The Anti-New York Times already know; the railroad car armistice / treason of 11-11-1918 did not sit well with a certain young and unknown war hero. When the Judeo-British-French troublemakers started their crap again in 1939-1940, the revived German Reich put a quick end to World War II on the European continent — or so it seemed until Stalin and FDR got into the act. And where do you think Hitler arranged for the signing of the 1940 armistice with France to take place? Have a look:
Back to the same railway carriage! Who’s ‘badder’ (in a good way) than The Great One?! No one!
Unfortunately for Germany, Europe, and the whole world, Germany’s victory in 1940 was short-lived. The subsequent post-war punishment of Germany would make the post-World War I horrors seem merciful by comparison. The world is still suffering today from the New World Order which was constructed upon the corpses of the many millions who died in those closely-related genocides that were the two wars.
The traitors and fools who delivered Germany to disaster in 1918 set the ‘world stage’ for the horrors that are still unfolding to this day — and could soon lead to World War III. What a mess they made in 1918! That is why The Great One coined the term,“The November Criminals” to describe this greasy and pathetic bunch who signed onto 11-11-18. And that is also why your intrepid reporter and his fearless feline side-kick will most certainly not be commemorating ‘Veterans Day.’