(Jewish Telegraphic Agency) A 1946 article appearing in the Jewish Telegraphic Agency revealed that a large number of U.S. troops stationed in occupied Germany showed sympathy for Germany’s war aims — and believed that Adolf Hitler had a positive effect on his country:
…The immediate removal to Palestine — under the auspices of United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration — of the Jewish population now interned in camps in Germany was advocated at a dinner session last night by Dr. Isador Lubin, former associate member of the United States Reparation Commission.
Discussing the reason why a considerable number of occupation troops think Germany had some justification for going to war and that Hitler served his country constructively up to 1939, Dr. Lubin said it was because United States Army officials failed to orient the soldiers ideologically…
The Zionist Isadore Lubin was a member of Franklin Roosevelt’s so-called “Brain Trust” — a group of special advisors to the president — and like his cabinet in general — it was over-represented by wealthy and powerful Zionist Jews, such as international banker James Warburg and Louis Brandeis.
No surprise that such a man believed that U.S. soldiers were insufficiently indoctrinated into his “anti-Fascism” worldview — and apparently he believed that not only did the post-war Germans need to be “denazified” — so did the American troops themselves.
Earlier in the above-cited JTA article, O. John Rogge — another high-ranking member of the FDR administration — warned that “fascism in America is not dead, but has been reborn under the name of nationalism” — a Jewish talking point that we hear repeated ad nauseam even today.
Most likely, U.S. troops in occupied Germany sympathized with the National Socialists and Hitler not because they were necessarily “pro-Fascist” but rather because they had not yet been thoroughly brainwashed by Jewish post-war anti-German atrocity propaganda.
It wasn’t a secret that the German people under the pre-war Jewish-dominated Weimar Republic suffered more than any other people in Europe — and that Hitler had, in fact, delivered on his promises to liberate Germany from the stranglehold of the international bankers — and bring unprecedented prosperity to the nation as a whole.
Nor should it be surprising that American troops could see through the Allied propaganda — just as their revered leader, General George Patton did — when they came into first-handed contact with the vanquished Germans — who, seeing the smoldering ruins of their country, believed that the Jews were far more “powerful” and “dangerous” than Hitler led them to believe.
It would be these returning American troops — and their children — who were targeted with the greatest anti-American psy-op — the so-called “Counter-Culture Revolution” — that the country had ever seen — to ensure that whatever sympathy they may have initially had for the vanquished Germans would be relentlessly suppressed.