The British Prime Minister Who Was Loved
There is growing awareness that events relating to World War Two are based on a demonic distortion of real history. There is no end of examples; the Dunkirk retreat, the fiasco when England’s invasion of neutral Norway was prevented by a German defence small enough to fit into a town’s football arena.
Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain had obtained Hitler’s personal assurance. The Reich had no designs other than to recover German territory in accordance with the terms of Versailles Treaty. This had been achieved by the peoples of the Sudetenland expressing their wish to return to Germany. Otherwise, the Reich ceded all German territories including former colonies denied to her under the terms of the notorious Versailles treaty. Peace in Europe was guaranteed.
The British people are far distant from this malevolent incestuous fraternity. How did they respond to the ‘Peace in our Time’ agreement that meant no war with Germany? One of Britain’s most erudite political activists explains what really happened when their Prime Minister returned from his triumphant visit to Munich. Irish-American William Joyce takes up the story: