Sunday, December 20, 2020

Evil Ike The Kike

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Other than his brutal enforcement of Operation “Keelhaul,” Dwight David Eisenhower’s other war crimes have been kept well out of the public domain for decades. That had been true until James Bacque, a Canadian historian and author, exposed Eisenhower as a shameless dishonorable human being. Ike’s black-hearted oversight of the U.S. military-held German prisoners of war finally is out in the light of day due to the courage of survivors of the U.S. “death camps,” former observant U.S. soldiers and the testimonies of German-held prisoners.

If you don’t like my introductory statement, don’t bother to order a copy of Other Losses, An Investigation into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the Hands of the French and Americans after World War II by James Bacque. If you prefer to believe in the simplistic barebones WWII history you were taught in public school and college, stay far away from copies of Other Losses. If you are convinced that the U.S. government usually tells the truth and fights wars only to free the oppressed, don’t purchase Other Losses. If you think the U.S. military leadership did everything possible to avoid the suffering of millions of prostrated, surrendered imprisoned Germans, avoid reading Other Losses as its detailed research ain’t gonna please you. You might prefer to read the fawning Eisenhower biography by the “court historian” Stephen Ambrose.

Before World War II ended on VE Day, May 8, 1945, the U.S. military was held back with their prepared plans to treat the defeated Germans “roughly” since there still remained American prisoners of war being held by the Germans.

Following the fall of Germany, millions of Germans of both sexes and all ages were rounded up and incarcerated in camps of bare land without any types of shelter from the weather; although hundreds of military tents were available for their use. These weakened and often wounded or diseased prisoners were deprived of sustenance for days at a time. Military orders came down to cut their rations as they lay starving and dying by the thousands. The soldiers in command of the camps failed to make detailed or accurate records regarding the interned; thereby leaving the families in total darkness as to their fates. The desperately hungry prisoners resorted to eating grass. It was illegal for German civilians to feed the emaciated prisoners. Poorly clad and without shelters, they dug holes in the ground with tin cans or bare hands for a bit of protection from the rain, mud and cold. Swiss trainloads of foodstuffs destined for the frail inmates were sent back to Switzerland in response to U.S. instructions. Mail was denied them and inspections by the International Red Cross were halted as existence of these U.S. pig sties could cause public indignation if publicized. U.S. General Dwight D. Eisenhower was the “big dog” issuing military orders regarding the camps.

A new category of prisoners of war was devised with ulterior motives. From page 2: In a message signed by Eisenhower.. “Prisoners taken after VE Day would be called ‘disarmed enemy forces’ (DEF)….” This agreement was signed in secret in order to contravene the Geneva Convention. The British to their honor refused to abide by this U.S. subterfuge. According to Bacque’s findings, the British soldiers treated the Germans humanely in spite of having had their own land bombed. The British released prisoners of war early, allowed them to receive mail and behaved in a mostly civilized manner toward their conquered enemies.

From The Introduction to the Third Edition on page xli: “At least one million German prisoners were still officially missing in 1989. If these people are dead, which is highly likely, the causes of these deaths, the time and place of these deaths, and the burial places of these bodies are all unreported, except in this book.”

The U.S. military officials were known to transfer to France their weakest prisoners to be used as French slave laborers. Even the French were shocked by the condition of their former enemies and sent many back to the Americans as unfit for any type of labor.

Once Bacque was able to get access to the KGB files of their prisoners, he found detailed dossiers on individual prisoners. The Soviets documented the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Germans and Ethnic Germans. Subtracting these recorded Soviet deaths, left the balance of one million dead occurring in the West, mainly in the U.S. death camps.

The soft bound Other Losses contains 322 pages with many photographs, illustrations and graphs. A copy can be obtained from The Barnes Review, P.O. Box 15877, Washington, DC 20003 Tel: (877) 773-9077 for $25.00 plus $5.00 shipping.

With little doubt, Bacque has proved through transcripts, interviews, initialed orders, lies, cover-ups, shoddy bookkeeping, and in spite of missing and destroyed government evidence that Eisenhower was guilty of massive war crimes against the prostrate German victims under his direct control. From page 168: “Eisenhower was responsible. Only the army handled the imprisoning, feeding, discharge and transfer of the German army. “

From page 19: “Eisenhower hated Germans, he told his wife Mamie in a letter in September 1944. Why? ‘Because the German is a beast.’ In front of the British ambassador to Washington, in August, he said that all of the 3,400 or so officers of the German General Staff should be ‘exterminated.’ He would include for liquidation all leaders of the Nazi party from mayors on up, plus all member of the Gestapo. This would total about 100,000 people.”

Evil Ike upped the ante causing the deaths of as many as one million Germans and others.

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