We painted Hitler as a monster, a devil. And that' s why we could not move away from that
portrayal after the war. We had mobilized the masses against the devil incarnate. And so we
were forced to continue in this satanic scenario after the war. We could not possibly have
explained to our people that the war had actually been only a preventative economic
US Secretary of State James Baker in an interview with the German news magazine Der
Spiegel in 1992
Within a few years Hitler will emerge from the hatred that surrounds him now as one of the most
significant figures who ever lived. He had in him the stuff of which legends are made"
President John F. Kennedy, 1945
Prelude to Leadership (The diary of John F. Kennedy). p. 73 - 74
Atrocity propaganda is how we won the war. And we' re only really beginning with it
now! We will continue this atrocity propaganda, we will escalate it until nobody will
accept even a good word from the Germans, until all the sympathy they may still have
abroad will have been destroyed and they themselves will be so confused that they
will no longer know what they are doing. Once that has been achieved, once they
begin to run down their own country and their own people, not reluctantly but with
eagerness to please the victors, only then will our victory be complete. l will never be
final. needs careful tending, like an English lawn. Even one moment of
negligence, and the weeds crop up again - those indestructible weeds of historical
truth." - Delmer, Secton (), former British Chief of ‘Black propaganda". (Said
after the German surrender, in 1945, in a conversation with the German professor of
international law, Dr. Friedrich Grimm.)
Fuller, John Frederick Charles ("J. F. C.") (), British General and historian:
What thrust us into war were not Hitler' s political teachings: the cause, this time,
was his successful attempt to establish a new economy. The causes of the war were:
envy, greed, and fear." As quoted in: Joachim , Die Siegeh Schatten
ihrer Schuld, p. 35.
Lewis, Wyndham, English novelist, painter and critic:
What Herr Hitler is required to do is to merge Germany into the league of monopolist states.
The peacekeeping nations are more heavily armed than you are, Herr Hitler, and have unlimited
resources at their disposal, and they will unquestionably make war on you if you do not submit
to their will and if you persist in going on with this Sovereign State stuff."
As quoted in: Robert , The New World Order and the Throne of the , p.
David Lloyd George, World War One British prime minister
The Germans welcomed him as a friend in the highest circles of British politics. In
September 1936 he went to Germany to talk with the German dictator Adolf Hitler.
Hitler said he was pleased to have met "the man who won the war"; Lloyd George
was moved, and called Hitler "the greatest living German"
s only quarrel with any nation occurs when that nation makes it impossible
for to control that nation' s industrial and financial profits. l can make war, it
can make peace; it can command anarchy in stubborn cases, it can restore order. l
holds the sinews of world power in its hand and it apportions them among the nations
in such ways as will best support ' s plan.
Controlling the world' s sources of news, can always prepare the minds of
the people for its next move. The greatest exposure yet to be made is the way that
tr news is manufactured and the way in which the mind of whole nations is molded for a
purpose. When the powerful Jew is at last traced and his hand revealed, then comes
the ready cry of persecution and it echoes through the world press. The real causes of
the persecution (which is the oppression of the people by the financial practices of the
Jews) are never given publicity.
The International Jew, by Henry Ford
THE DEARBORN INDEPENDENT, issue of 29 May 1920]