Mike King on How Hitler Wanted Peace in the Build Up to War
Mike King of tomatobubble.com joins Brian Ruhe for the first time.
Topics he discusses:
His most popular of a dozen books – The Bad War, which is easily readable like his other books. Simple but not simplistic.
The Bio of Adolf Hitler and his early days, who was one of the most cultivated men of the 20th century.
Contrasts with the drunken baffoon, Winston Churchill, who seems to have been a closet homosexual, bi. Mike King has a book on Churchill, The Mad Dog.
Hitlers accomplishments as leader during peacetime. The Wests scheming and machinations against Germany. How the international Jews planned to start the war using Checkoslavakia. The lies we have been told about Poland and how they provoked a war with Germany. How the war almost started in the spring of 1939.
Hitlers pact with Stalin was to avoid a war, not to carve up Poland. Hitler always appealed for peace.
Mike reviews the events up to the beginning of the war. The fake news of that day blamed Hitler for an agression when he was acting defensively.
Many in Churchills government in 1940 wanted to listen to Hitlers peace offer but Churchill thwarted this.
Mike King is a private investigative journalist and researcher based in the New York City area. A 1987 graduate of Rutgers University, King’s subsequent 30 year career in Marketing & Advertising has equipped him with a unique perspective when it comes to understanding how “public opinion” is indeed scientifically manufactured. Madison Ave marketing acumen combines with ‘City Boy’ instincts to make M.S. King one of the most tenacious detectors of “things that don’t add up” in the world today. Says King of his admitted quirks, irreverent disdain for “conventional wisdom”, and uncanny ability to ferret out and weave together important data points that others miss: “Had Sherlock Holmes been an actual historical personage, I would have been his reincarnation.” King’s other interests include: the animal kingdom, philosophy, chess, cooking, literature, history (with emphasis on events of the late 19th through the 20th centuries).
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