Interesting discussion about Hitler's policies

Discussion in 'Politics' started by PLATO2, Dec 9, 2006.

  1. PLATO2


    Listen to the interview here:

    I don't see what was gained by the U.S. entering another world war.

    Furthermore, nowadays the idea that some ministate other than Israel--like North Korea or Iran--might get or have a few nuclear weapons brings a hysterical reaction over the next "Hitler threat."

    But after the war, the Soviets developing the atomic bomb didn't worry the Fair Deal brain trust any. Not fundamentally at least. This threat could be contained--maybe send a few troops to Korea, maybe airlift some supplies into West Berlin. Keep the threat warm and useful at hand, but don't ever do anything decisive about it.

    The USA should have remained isolationist since its founding, but unfortunaly that did not happen, rather, it became a tool of the Trotskyist-Jewish bankers...