Mar 16, 2020, 7:31 AM
by Arno Kæland History:
The United States, in 1945, signs away half of Europe to Stalin – against the wishes of its allies
The United States, in 1945, vanishes Prussia as official policy – the most martial European society since Sparta
The United States, in 1945, enacts the Morgenthau Plan to deindustrialize Germany and enforce a policy of depopulation via starvation. Policy only reversed when Americans realize they need Germany to finance American occupation of Europe
The United States, in 1945, forbids Germany’s military to have a general staff – the Bundeswehr is effectively controlled by Washington
The United States, in 1945, restricts Germany’s military to 350k in number and essentially forbids the country a blue water navy
The United States, in 1949, forbids Germany to have an independent foreign policy
The United States, in 1949, forbids German reunification (but allowed Austria to do so) insisting that, instead, it become a member of NATO – in real terms cannon fodder in the instance of a Soviet invasion using tactical nuclear weapons
The United States, in 1956, backstabs allies Britain and France and orders them to leave the Suez (which France built) – handing it over to Nasser – who Johnson later tries to overthrow via a botched false flag. Washington, nevertheless, grants freedom of the Straights of Tiran to Israel – it’s real ally. Think about that – threatens Britain with the destruction of its financial sector and the British pound (via selling all sterling denominated, debt) whilst at the same time rewarding Israel – who invaded the Suez
The United States, in the 1960s, forbids Germany from having nuclear weapons
The United States, in the 1960s, forces Germany to take in Turkish immigrants to relieve social pressure in Turkey, its ally, because the US feared that social upheaval would lead Turkey to joining the Soviet camp. Two millions Turks, 70 percent of them net welfare beneficiaries and despite being 5% of the total population are responsible for 25% of Germany’s national debt.
The United States and its Gulf State allies, in 1991, force Germany (and Japan) to pay for their war against their former ally, Iraq
The United States for the previous two decades causes mayhem and havoc in the Middle East – a corner of the world it fundamentally misunderstands – for the purpose of bolstering its real friend while at the same time causing millions to migrate into Europe.
Americans: When are Europeans going to pay for their own defense?