How JFK secretly ADMIRED Hitler: Explosive book reveals former President’s praise for the national socialists as he travelled through Germany before Second World War
A new book reveals President Kennedy was a secret admirer of hitler’s germany
reported by the UK dailymail –
reposted and edited by smoloko
A new book out in Germany reveals how President Kennedy was a secret admirer of the National Socialist German Workers Party.
President Kennedy’s travelogues and letters chronicling his wanderings through Germany before WWII, when Adolf Hitler was in power, have been unearthed and show him generally in favour of the economic and social policies implemented by Hitler that diminished the role international Jewish finance played in determining Germany’s domestic and foreign policy making.
‘Fascism?’ wrote the youthful president-to-be in one. ‘The right thing for Germany.’
In another; ‘What are the evils of fascism compared to communism?’
And on August 21, 1937 – two years before the war that would claim 50 million lives broke out – he wrote: ‘The Germans really are too good – therefore people have ganged up on them to protect themselves.’
JFK also note, ‘The Nordic races certainly seem to be superior to the Romans.’
above – Revealing: Presidential diaries and photographs are among more than 500 items from a collection of John F. Kennedy documents and artifacts.
pictures above and below -Tour: Kennedy recovers, below, from jaundice in a London hospital in 1937 and above juggles on a street in Amsterdam during a trip to Europe
above – Trip: Kennedy and one of his sisters ride camels in Egypt in 1939
Other entries in his diary concern how great the autobahns were – ‘the best roads in the world’ – and how, having visited Hitler’s Bavarian holiday home in Berchtesgaden and the tea house built on top of the mountain for him.
He declared; ‘ After visiting these two places you can easily see how that 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 boundless ambition for his country, which rendered him a menace to the peace of the world, but he had a mystery about him in the way that he lived and in the manner of his death that will live and grow after him. He had in him the stuff of which legends are made.’
Kennedy’s admiration for National Socialist Germany is revealed in a book entitled ‘John F. Kennedy – Among the Germans. Travel diaries and letters 1937-1945.’
When World War II did arrive, the future president’s father, Joe P Kennedy, strongly opposed going into battle with Germany and made several political that severely damaged his political career due to the power and influence Jewish high finance had over the American body politic
He adopted a defeatist, anti-war stance and tried to arrange a meeting with Adolf Hitler without the approval of the Department of State. Why ? Joe Kennedy knew such a meeting never would have been approved of because of the colossal number of Communist Jews subverting the FDR administration that were determined to drag the US into the war for international Jewry.
above – March 1939, London, John F. Kennedy and his father, Joseph P. Kennedy, US Ambassador to Great Britain, board an Air France plane at Croydon Airport. He accompanied his father to Rome, where he will be representing President Roosevelt at the coronation of Pope Pius XII
In his role as US ambassador to Britain he also opposed providing the UK with military and economic aid.
He rightly said in an interview ‘Democracy is finished in England. It may be here [in the US].
During the World War II, JFK’s older brother Joe volunteered for a secret mission testing an experimental drone plane packed with explosives – a weapon the Allies hoped to use as a guided missile.
On the first test flight, the explosives detonated prematurely and the plane exploded – his body was never found. Joe Kennedy knew his son died in a bogus war that was instigated by international Jewry which only made him resent Jews even more. Joe Kennedy had good reason to dislike Jews. In his younger days he ran bootleg liquor operations which helped make him a very wealthy man. Detroit’s “Jewish Mafia,” the so-called “Purple Gang” had put out a contract on Joe Kennedy’s life for bringing illegal liquor through their territory without their permission during the Prohibition days. However, Kennedy Sr. had gone to Chicago to beg for his life and the Chicago Mafia bosses intervened on his behalf, saving his life. As the Giancana’s put it: “Ever after, Kennedy was in Chicago’s debt.”
The youthful president carved his own place in history when he stood outside the West Berlin town hall of Schoeneberg on June 26 1963 to declare US solidarity with the city and the continent with the immortal words; ‘Ich bin ein Berliner.’
above – Infamous: One of President Kennedy’s speech cards carrying his famous remark ‘Ich bin ein Berline’, which he delivered in a speech that electrified an adoring crowd in Berlin
The fact that, strictly speaking, he was referring to himself as a doughnut – a Berliner – did not diminish the wild enthusiasm for him.
But his praise was not entirely without caveats.
above – US President John F. Kennedy at the Schoeneberg Town Hall during his visit to Germany. The youthful president carved his own place in history when he stood outside the West Berlin town hall on June 26 1963 to declare US solidarity with the city and the continent with the immortal words; ‘Ich bin ein Berliner’
‘It is evident that the Germans were scary for him,’ said Spiegel magazine in Berlin.
In the diaries of the three trips he made to prewar Germany he also recognised; ‘Hitler seems to be as popular here as Mussolini in Germany, although propaganda is probably his most powerful weapon.’
ABOVE – FANS: THOUSANDS OF CITIZENS LINED THE MAIN STREET IN WEST BERLIN AS THE PRESIDENT ARRIVED FLANKED BY POLICE AND BODYGUARDS
Observers say his writings ranged between aversion and attraction for Germany.
The book also contains his impressions when walking through a shattered Berlin after the war: ‘An overwhelming stench of bodies – sweet and nauseating’.
Farewell: President John F. Kennedy waves goodbye for the last time to the Germans as he leaves Berlin for Ireland
And of the recently deceased Fuehrer he said; ‘His boundless ambition for his country made him a threat to peace in the world, but he had something mysterious about him. He was the stuff of legends.’
The book editor’s believe that he was ‘eerily fascinated’ by ‘fascism’.
see also –
JOE KENNEDY (JFK’S DEAD) ANSWER TO THE JEWISH QUESTION and HERE (very bias)
adolph hitler – the greatest story never told – the full must see 6 hour documentary
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