After World War II, 12 to 14 million German people—including women and children under the age of sixteen—were brutally driven from their homes. Some historians place the figure as high as fifteen million.
During the expulsion, thousands lost their lives from starvation, disease, and ill-treatment. Some died in wagons without food, water, or heating during long trips; others collapsed by the roadside. The death estimate is between 500,000 and 1.5 million. Other historians estimate that the figure amounts to 2 million.
Moreover, thousands upon thousands of children were separated from their families. Historian R. M. Douglas notes that many of these issues are not discussed among popular historians and even ignored in some scholarly circles.
By June 1945, ordinary Germans were forced out of their homes and made to walk hundreds of miles with no food and water. One survivor wrote,
“Many weak and sick people, old folks and children had to be left on the road dead. It was a lamentable procession of utmost misery…Heaven only knows how often we were plundered by Poles or Russians and how many times the women were assaulted again and again.”
Yet even after all these events, the vast majority of the ordinary Germans remained servile. Catholic priest Josef Neubauer, who was in one of those camps until November 1945, wrote:
“On June 27, 1945, I was suddenly ordered to the guard-room. There I was made to strip completely naked and was beaten with sticks and fists. As a result, one of my ribs was broken and my teeth were knocked out.
“I then received at the hand of my two tormentors another 50 strokes with a length of steel cable, the thickness of my thumb, on my stomach, back, chest and buttocks. I was made to count the blows myself. At the end of this beating, my entire body was bleeding.
“I told my tormentors that I forgave them and that God should not count it as a sin against them. They were baffled by this statement of mine and from that moment onward left me in peace.”
Most of the German men could do nothing, and those who tried found themselves bleeding to death while their wives were raped in front of them. Following the rapes were countless unwanted babies. Ruth Friedrich observed that “there would be an epidemic of babies in six month’s time ‘who don’t know who their fathers are, are the products of violence; conceived in fear; and delivered in horror.”
Text source from Jonas E. Alexis: Raping German Women and Children as a Form of Revenge After WWII (Part I) | Sexual and Predatory Magnitude of the Allied Forces After WWII (Part II)
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Rand Paul: GOP’s ‘Fake Repeal’ Health Bill Is Setting Up a ‘Perpetual Food Fight’
(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump used Twitter Friday to slam Sen. Rand Paul and other Republicans who might oppose the GOP’s last-gasp effort to topple the Obama health care law. …
It was Trump’s second attack in three days on Paul, R-Ky., for so far being the only GOP senator to say he’ll vote against the bill….
In an interview with The Associated Press, Paul said the measure was “fake repeal” because it would leave in place most of the near $1 trillion in taxes President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul imposed to finance its expansion of coverage. He said all the bill does is set up a “perpetual food fight” over how that money is distributed to states.
The White House “just wants a legislative victory, they’re not as concerned with the policy,” Paul said. …
“I’m not willing to be bribed or do any kind of quid pro quo,” he said.
Paul, who was a Trump rival for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, said he doesn’t resent Trump’s tweets against him.
“I’m a big boy and willing to go back and forth with the president,” he said.
In this video, Jesse has a heart of gold, and lays out to Stefan exactly what happens if we’re hurt and stay angry — and then how freedom and the power to overcome happens when we forgive — and why.
Continue reading “(vid) Jesse Lee Peterson w/ Stefan Molyneux: FORGIVE & BE FREE!! — “When you fall from the light with anger you fall into darkness. Satan starts to work. You hear VOICES – yourself talking to you, telling you to do things. He leads you down the wrong path • A *spirit* made a home within you • Once you see that and forgive, in that very moment that spirit is taken away from you, and it’s as though you have never gone through anything. It doesn’t play over and over in your mind. Your soul is NOT FEELING THE PAIN of it anymore because it has reconnected to the Tree of Life • Drop the anger so you can overcome the voices of the deceiver • Return to the quiet, still voice of God, and you’ll be guided in the right way all the time • Perfect love makes you free, gives you authority over the enemy • Once you realize ‘IF I’M THIS WAY,’ then the person you’re mad at must not have been able… • This will help you to forgive others • “God has it set up so when you forgive He will forgive you and make you free! He will take the *spirit of anger* away from you and give you perfect peace” • Perfect love is the way to go! • The only thing that will SOOTH the SOUL is forgiveness”
From: (vid) Germar Rudolf: The Ugly Truth Interview — Forensically disproved gas chamber myth • Imprisoned for telling the truth • No-hate attitude • Rabbis use ‘Holocaust’ story to frighten Jews so they see non-Jews and truthers as enemies and do not assimilate
QUESTION by Ron Hall (08:25):
“How do you get your patience and your calming demeanor…?”
ANSWER by Germar Rudolf:
(1) “Part is probably a matter of personality: not to bear grudges. And always try to look forward, because that’s where life is. If you have a backward view of life you’re not getting anywhere. That’s probably the most important thing.”
(2) “What balances my life is my family. That’s very important to me to keep me grounded.”
(3) And he “blows off steam” through cycling, swimming, rowing and working out.
“Most black people are defending it.”
“They can quote the Bible until the cows come home, but in their hearts they’re angry. …and it’s of their father the Devil. …if you have one iota of anger you’re disconnected from love, from God. You cannot have anger and have love. You cannot ride two horses at the same time.”
“Had it been the other way around….”
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