D-Day: How the US Supported Hitler’s Rise to Power

The Real News Network has the article D-Day: How the US Supported Hitler’s Rise to Power.

On June 6, 1944, Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy, France, opening a second front against German fascism. The largest contingents of fighters were British, American, and Canadian. This battle has been depicted in movies and books as the decisive turning point of World War II, a ferocious struggle against a superior enemy. But as The Real News Network’s Paul Jay and author Peter Kuznick discuss, D-Day was also the moment where the United States’ opposition to communism could no longer outweigh its tacit acceptance of Nazism, and the U.S. industrialists who helped rearm Germany after World War I could no longer profit from Hitler’s Germany.

Is there anything that we know about the history of the USA that is even remotely true? If there is a lesson here, it may be that whatever the USA military/industrial/elitist complex wants, it must be bad for people.

The anti-communist fixation that our capitalists have had over the years has caused continued disaster for the USA and countries all over the world. We need to seek immediate psychiatric help.

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