The strange Greco-Italian war decided by Mussolini (Hitler The Jew And The Faked WW2)

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The strange Greco-Italian war decided by Mussolini:

I have already talked about Greece in the previous article. We are going to see more details about this affair.

So, the 28th of October 1940, Mussolini suddenly declared war on Greece. 560.000 Italians faced 300.000 Greeks. Then, not only Greeks weren’t defeated, but they even counter-attacked. In December, they had been able to advance of nearly 50 km in the Albanian territory. The 9th of March, Mussolini launched a second offensive, which didn’t work either. After one week and 12.000 soldiers killed, he decided to stop the offensive and to let Hitler resolve the problem. For days after, his army left Albania. Thus, Hitler was forced to intervene in order to avoid a serious defeat for his ally. Germany invaded Greece the 6th of April, and Greece lost the 28th of April.

There are several logical problems with this affair.

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Why didn’t Hitler attack British forces in North Africa in 1940? (Hitler The Jew And The Faked WW2)

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Why didn’t Hitler attack British forces in North Africa in 1940?:

Another discrepancy is about the Battle of North Africa. In August 1940, the Battle of France was over. England had lost a lot of his heavy armament. They were under the attack of the Luftwaffe. They were under the threat of being invaded. In this situation, they couldn’t send troops to North Africa.

At this time, there were only 36.000 British soldiers in North Africa, with 250 airplanes.

So, Hitler had a free hand to be able to defeat them and to get the oil of the Middle East. And oil of the Middle East was very important for Hitler. Officially, this is why he attacked the Russians in the south in 1941, instead of attacking Moscow, and thus, lost the war against Russia.

Hitler knew that British wouldn’t be able to send reinforcements. And during the following 10 months, his armies wouldn’t do anything. So, in August 1940, the moment was perfect to send troops in North Africa and beat the British armies. He didn’t have to send tons of soldiers; just 100.000 would have been enough.

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The sleazy things regarding the invasion of Italy (Hitler The Jew And The Faked WW2)

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The sleazy things regarding the invasion of Italy:

The sleazy things regarding the invasion of Italy

Allies invaded Italy on 3 September 1943.
At first sight, the invasion of Italy seems normal. It seems logical that the Allies wanted to open a second front right away.

But when you study more closely how things happened, you see that, once again, there is something fishy.

The fishy thing is the fact that just when the Allies were on the verge of invading Italy, Mussolini was thrown out of the power.

And what is fishier is how things happened. On 24 July 1943, The Grand Council of Fascism met. It was the first time that this body had met since the start of the war. One of the resolutions on the agenda asked the king to resume his full constitutional powers; to the detriment of Mussolini of course. This motion carried by a 19-7 margin. The next day, Mussolini was arrested by Carabinieri on king’s orders.
The problem is that such things can’t happen. It’s just ridiculous. Mussolini would have seen the motion proposal on the agenda of the meeting. And faithful subordinates would have warned him about it. Then, Mussolini would have immediately put in jail or more probably killed the guys who had proposed the meeting.
Even if he had let the Council meet, he would have sent the conspirators to prison during the Council, or just after (or killed them).

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Hitler and Dunkirk: it was not a mistake (Hitler The Jew And The Faked WW2)

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Hitler and Dunkirk: it was not a mistake

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Related info:

Adolf Hitler has been a Freemason and an Illuminati (Rothschild and the other 12 elite families) puppet from the start.


Masonic handshake between Hitler and Himmler

Down below you’ll find more masonic handshakes/signs and Illuminati hand signs by Adolf Hitler.

WW2 has been a staged event.

Stalin, Roosevelt, Churchill have also been Freemasons and Illuminati puppets.

Other well known Freemasons and Illuminati puppets are/have been:

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Trump Retweets Mussolini As Mexico Fears a “Hitler” Presidency

Trump Retweets Mussolini As Mexico Fears a “Hitler” Presidency:

Over the past two months, America’s political establishment has been forced to come to terms with a rather sobering reality: Donald Trump may be the country’s next president.

That prospect seemed so far fetched as to be laughable just 9 short months ago, but with New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina in his pocket and rivals seemingly unable to mount any kind of meaningful counterattack, Trump is on his way to the nomination.

And that means Hillary Clinton is one bungled national campaign away from going down in history as the member of America’s deeply entrenched political aristocracy who allowed Donald Trump to take the keys to the White House.

This would all be funny if it weren’t slightly unnerving.

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Silvio Berlusconi Defends Benito Mussolini On Holocaust Remembrance Day

Berlusconi defends Mussolini on Holocaust Remembrance Day, sparks outrage (RT, Jan 28, 2013):

Former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi defended Italian fascist leader, Benito Mussolini as he spoke at a Holocaust remembrance ceremony. Other than passing ‘racial laws’ the Italian dictator “did good” in many ways, he said, provoking outrage.

Berlusconi, currently the leader of the center-right People of Freedom party, didn’t think twice as he defended one of the key figures of fascism on the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

He went as far as to advocate Mussolini’s alliance with Hitler, implying the dictator had little choice.

“Certainly the government then, fearing that German power would turn into a general victory, preferred to be allied with Hitler’s Germany rather than oppose it,” Berlusconi said, adding that it’s difficult to judge such actions without putting yourself “in the shoes of who was making decisions back then.”

It is through this alliance that the anti-Jewish laws had to be imposed, Berlusconi added, placing the blame on Germany’s Nazi regime. “Thus, the racial laws are the worst fault of Mussolini, who, in so many other aspects, did good,” Berlusconi said.

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How The Vatican Built A Secret Property Empire Using Mussolini’s Millions

Papacy used offshore tax havens to create £500m international portfolio, featuring real estate in UK, France and Switzerland


Behind Pope Benedict XVI is a porfolio of property that includes commercial premises on London’s New Bond Street. Photograph: Alessandra Benedetti/Corbis

How the Vatican built a secret property empire using Mussolini’s millions (Guardian, Jan 21, 2013):

Few passing London tourists would ever guess that the premises of Bulgari, the upmarket jewellers in New Bond Street, had anything to do with the pope. Nor indeed the nearby headquarters of the wealthy investment bank Altium Capital, on the corner of St James’s Square and Pall Mall.

But these office blocks in one of London’s most expensive districts are part of a surprising secret commercial property empire owned by the Vatican.

Behind a disguised offshore company structure, the church’s international portfolio has been built up over the years, using cash originally handed over by Mussolini in return for papal recognition of the Italian fascist regime in 1929.

Since then the international value of Mussolini’s nest-egg has mounted until it now exceeds £500m. In 2006, at the height of the recent property bubble, the Vatican spent £15m of those funds to buy 30 St James’s Square. Other UK properties are at 168 New Bond Street and in the city of Coventry. It also owns blocks of flats in Paris and Switzerland.

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Silvio Berlusconi’s Gaffes, Quips And Pranks

Berlusconi’s gaffes, quips and pranks (Reuters, Nov 9, 2011):

Italy’s Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who has announced that he will step down after a new stability package is approved in parliament, has a sense of humor that often lands him in trouble. Here are some of his memorable quotes. NOV 2011: Berlusconi comments on the state of Italy’s economy. “Life in Italy is life in a prosperous country. We see that on every occasion, consumption has not gone down, the restaurants are full, you have trouble booking seats on airplanes, holiday areas are totally booked out on long weekends. I don’t think that if you went to live in Italy that Italy is feeling anything that could resemble a serious crisis.”

OCT 2011: In remarks to party deputies in parliament, Berlusconi suggests his ruling PDL party should rename itself “Forza Gnocca!,” a play on the name of his original Forza Italia! (Go Italy!) party, using a slang term for female genitals.

SEPT 2011: In widely reported wiretapped conversations, Berlusconi brags of fending off a line of young women outside his door and “doing only eight girls, because I couldn’t do more.”

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Silvio Berlusconi Compares Himself To Benito Mussolini – Berlusconi Did ‘Traitor-List’ In Parliament (Pic)

Silvio Berlusconi compares himself to Benito Mussolini (Telegraph, , Nov. 9, 2011):

Silvio Berlusconi has compared himself to Benito Mussolini, saying that he lacked power and has been reduced to making “suggestions” rather than ruling.

The outgoing prime minister, in an interview with Italy’s La Stampa newspaper, said: “I am tired of not being able to dictate the line or be able to do the politics I want to do. I feel more powerful as a free citizen than as prime minister.”

The 75-year-old premier, who has announced he will resign by the end of the month under intense pressure from the markets, said he was reading a book of letters written by Fascist dictator Mussolini and his mistress Clara Petacci.

“At a certain point he says: ‘But don’t you understand that I don’t count for anything anymore, I can only make suggestions’,” Mr Berlusconi said, adding: “I have felt in the same situation.”

When pushed by La Stampa on the similarities between his rule and the Fascist dictatorship, Mr Berlusconi said: “Of course, I’m not a dictator, even if you have written as much over the years.”

“But the fathers of our constitution, for fear of history repeating itself, have excessively weakened the executive.”

Mr Berlusconi announced his intention to resign following a shock parliamentary revolt on Tuesday and fears in the eurozone that Italy could be the next victim of the debt crisis.

The colourful tycoon said he will not run for office in the next election and said he felt “liberated” by the decision.

In September 2004, Mr Berlusconi, in one of his trademark gaffes, told Britain’s Spectator magazine: “Mussolini never killed anyone. Mussolini sent people on holiday in (internal) exile”, adding that he agreed with the thought that the Second World War dictator was “benign”.

Berlusconi betrayed by his own hand (New Zealand Herald, Nov 10, 2011)

Opponents within his own party would have been relieved at his decision to quit after another photograph showed him with a list of “traitors” who had told him they would not back him in the budget vote.


Silvio Berlusconi with a note in Parliament. It reads: ‘308, -8 traitors; Government upturn; Vote; Take note; Resignation; Italian President; One solution; Let’s move.’ Photo / AP

Scheidender Premier Berlusconi vergleicht sich mit Diktator Mussolini (Spiegel, Nov. 9, 2011):

Silvio Berlusconis politische Karriere mag zu Ende gehen, doch er tritt weiter in jedes Fettnäpfchen. In einem Zeitungsinterview verglich sich Italiens Noch-Regierungschef nun mit dem Diktator Mussolini. Seltsam mutete auch eine “Verräter”-Liste an, die er im Parlament anlegte.

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Winston Churchill ‘ordered assassination of Benito Mussolini to protect compromising letters’

Winston Churchill ordered the assassination of Benito Mussolini as part of a plot to destroy potentially compromising secret letters he had sent the Italian dictator, a leading French historian has suggested.

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Churchill chose to holiday under a false name only a few miles from the spot Mussolini was seized Photo: GETTY

Pierre Milza, an expert on fascist Italy, theorizes that the wartime prime minister may have wanted Mussolini dead to prevent the letters, in which Churchill expressed his admiration for his Italian counterpart before the outbreak of the Second World War, coming to light.

“There is no doubt, judging by his public declarations back in the 1920s and early 1930s, that Churchill was a fan of Mussolini. Roosevelt too,” Mr Milza said.

“Churchill even once said: ‘Fascism has rendered a service to the entire world… If I were Italian, I am sure I would have been with you entirely’.

“But that was understandable in 1927, as then a fascist did not mean a friend of Hitler and accomplice to genocide. But when you are head of state and legitimate war hero of the British people, you don’t really want all that put up in lights.”

Officially, Mussolini and his mistress Clara Petacci, were seized by Italian Communist partisans near Dongo on Lake Como as they tried to flee to Switzerland in April 1945.

Despite disguising himself as a drunk German officer in a mixed Italian and SS convoy, he was spotted. Both he and Petacci were shot and their bodies subsequently trussed up in a square in Milan the following day.

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