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Tell Me Again, Who Made The Desert Bloom?

Lawrence of Cyberia | March 19, 2010

In December 1945 and January 1946, the British Mandate authorities carried out an extensive survey of Palestine, in support of the work of the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine. The results were published in the Survey of Palestine, which has been scanned and made available online by Palestine Remembered; all 1300 pages can be read here.

One of the subjects investigated in the Survey of Palestine is land use; specifically, which crops were Palestine’s leading agricultural products at the end of the British Mandate, and whose farms were producing them.

So, according to the Survey of Palestine, who really made the barley fields of Beersheba bloom?

Palestine grain harvest

The British government survey found that in 1944-45 Palestine’s farmers produced approximately 210,000 tons of grain.

About 193,400 tons of that grain were cultivated on Palestinian farms; about 16,600 tons were cultivated on Jewish farms.

See the precise numbers, from a scan of the relevant page of the Survey of Palestinehere.

Who made the melon patches of Jaffa bloom?

Palestine melon harvest

The British government survey found that in 1944-45 Palestine’s farmers produced approximately 143,000 tons of melons.

About 136,000 tons of those melons were cultivated on Palestinian farms; a little over 7,000 tons were cultivated on Jewish farms.

See the precise numbers, from a scan of the relevant page of the Survey of Palestine, here.

Who made the tobacco fields of Safad bloom?

Palestine tobacco field

The British government survey found that in 1944-45 Palestine’s farmers produced approximately 1,683 tons of tobacco, on 28,169 dunams of land. Virtually all the land under tobacco cultivation was Palestinian.

Who made the vineyards of Hebron bloom?

Palestine vineyard

The British government survey found that in 1944-45 Palestine’s farmers produced approximately 40-50,000 tons of grapes, and between 3-4 million litres of wine.  About 86% of the land that produced these products was owned and cultivated by Palestinians.

See a scan of the relevant page of the Survey of Palestine here.

Who made the olive groves of Tulkarm bloom?

Palestine olive harvest

The British government survey found that in 1944-45 Palestine’s farmers produced approximately 79,000 tons of olives.

About 78,000 tons of those olives were cultivated on Palestinian farms; a little over 1,000 tons were cultivated on Jewish farms.

See the precise numbers, from a scan of the relevant page of the Survey of Palestine, here and here.

Who made the banana groves of Tiberias bloom?

Palestine banana grove

The British government survey found that in 1944-45 Palestine’s farmers produced approximately 8,000 tons of bananas.

About 60% of the land that produced these bananas was owned and cultivated by Palestinians.

See the relevant page of the Survey of Palestine, here.

Who made the vegetable fields of the coastal plain bloom?

Palestine vegetable harvest

The British government survey found that in 1944-45 Palestine’s farmers produced approximately 245,000 tons of vegetables.

About 189,000 tons of those vegetables were cultivated by Palestinian farmers; about 56,000 tons were cultivated by Jewish farmers.

See the precise numbers, from a scan of the relevant page of the Survey of Palestine, here.

So, on the eve of the partition resolution, in which the United Nations proposed to allocate 55 percent of the land to Jewish Palestine (including those parts that produced most of Palestine’s leading crops, with the sole exception of the olive crop), and 45% to Arab Palestine, Palestinian Arabs were producing:

92% of Palestine’s grain
86% of its grapes
99% of its olives
77 % of its vegetables
95% of its melons
more than 99% of its tobacco
and 60% of its bananas.

Palestine’s agricultural produce at that time had an annual value of approximately 21.8 million pounds sterling; 17.1 million of which was produced by Arab cultivation, and 4.7 million by Jewish cultivation. (See the exact numbers here).

So, who made the desert bloom? The Palestinians made the desert bloom.

Photos: All the photographs of Palestinian farmers cultivating their crops in Palestine under the British Mandate are from Before Their Diaspora: A Photographic History Of The Palestinians 1876 – 1948, by Walid Khalidi.

March 24, 2010 - Posted by | Deception


  1. I the concept of that kind of propaganda was to give people the idea that the Jews had merely taken a broken down wreck and revived it. Without massive donations and virtually unfathomable American taxpayer support, Israel would be Las Vegas without gambling.


    Comment by Eric Vaughan | March 25, 2010

  2. When will Zionist Israel ever see sense? Is there no guilt they feel as they uproot Palestinians, butcher them, grab their land, destroy their crops, trees or even grow more on their initial labour that Palestinians used but displace them and send them to congested camps if some lives make it? They import their Jewish settlers from just about anywhere and give this grabbed land to them, on the bones of dead Palestinians using their flesh and blood to feed their new crops on this land. Are they ‘poor’ victims of the Holocaust or the perpetrators of a new Holocaust, the initiators of a second nakba?


    Comment by Joke! | March 31, 2010

  3. You people don’t get it. Every day some crazy Muslim is blowing himself ( or herself ) on a bus, train or airplane.

    The people in Moscow and London don’t care about pictures from southern Israel from the 1940’s.

    You dream about the day when the Europeans are going to send the children they DON’T HAVE to “Liberate Palestine”.

    It’s over. Get used to it.


    Comment by Rachel Golem | March 31, 2010

    • People blow themselves up to rid the host of the parasite


      Comment by robertsgt40 | January 17, 2012

  4. Dear Rachel Golem

    Please don’t presume to know what we “Europeans” care about!

    We Europeans sent our Children to “liberate” the Jews in 1939 to 1945, so again please don’t presume to know who we will or won’t send our children to liberate.

    And the crazy Muslim is crazy because Israel made them crazy, by not giving them a peaceful option.

    You are reaping today the seeds you plated from 1948 til today and you will continue to reap the fruits of your labours, which fruits will always wither on the vine.

    The only difference today, is that we are starting to wake up to your intransigent and unreasonable racist ways


    Comment by Brian Semmens | March 31, 2010

  5. Dear Mr. Semmens,

    I am sorry to hear that Iraqis are crazy because the Zionists gave them no options.

    It’s going to be a real shame when they start killing each other again.

    Peace, Rachel


    Comment by Rachel Golem | March 31, 2010

  6. Funny but by consistently calling the Arabs of Palestine “Palestinians” you’re not only showing your bias but it’s an anachronism.

    The people who were called “Palestinians” during the time of the Mandate were actually the Jews, not the Arabs.

    Arabs called themselves just that “Arabs” or “South-Syrians”, never “Palestinians”.

    That last name they only adopted in the late 60s of the 20th century after Yasser’s terrorist Palestine Liberation Organisation when they were suddenly abandoned by their Egyptian and Trans-Jordanian occupiers.


    Comment by AJ - Raalte | April 4, 2010

  7. In my opinion, this previous comment by AJ-Raalte is biased and misleading. The majority of population were Arabs living there with only 5% of Jewish faith. Based on UN mandate, UK got the responsibility of Palestine at the end of Ottoman era, to govern it. So by Balfour Declaration in 1917 this land was handed to the Jews, on a silver-platter so to say, with these having nowhere to stay. They were encouraged to take hold of Palestine, with Golda Mayer and Ben Gurion saying it was ‘a land without people for people without land’ a conjectured myth, justifying Theodor Hertzl’s dream of finding a so-called Jewish state. He had set his eyes on Venezuela or Uganda at first. In 1947 there was nakba carried out by these displaced Jews from European states not wanted there so they massacred some 750,000 Arabs, destroyed their villages, livelihood and grabbed their land. Even if these Arabs were called Palestinians as ‘anachronysm’ they were the ‘natives’ of this piece of land during the Ottoman Empire onwards with only a minority of Jews.


    Comment by Joke! | April 5, 2010

  8. There is no discussion to be had with the murderous euro converts to Judaism
    They are not related ethnically or biologically in any sense to the ancient tribe of Hebrews that is now extinct and that had lived in the land of Canaan less time that even the ancient Egyptians among many invaders

    They are a colonial enterprise that has brought genocide ethnic cleansing and devastation to a people in Palestine that makes the nazi holocaust of the jews and a larger number of non jews seem tame by comparison
    The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine by the Jewish historian Ilan Pappe
    The invention of the Jewish People by the Jewish historian Shlomo Sand
    ZIONISM the worst enemy of the jews
    by Alan Hart a most distinguished British Investigative reporter

    The people who invaded and destroyed Palestine are a racist tribal gang bent on a colonial enterprise
    Every one of the leaders of Zionism was an atheist
    They are the descendants of a Turko-Finnish tribe and the Khazars- no different than say the Afghanis who have perpetrated the biggest hoax on the world in the 19th nd 20th centuries
    Like all such murderous enterprises they will meet a bad end
    Only a question of time


    Comment by Socrates | April 5, 2010

    • The Arabs that left in 1948 left mainly because they were frightened by the lies put about by their fellow Arabs. There were never any cases of Jews raping Arab women as the Arabs claimed. This and other lies back fired. A classical case of Arabs shooting themselves in the foot which continues until this day!! And as for the nonsense about not being Hebrews because they came from Europe what about the Sephardic Jews who were thrown out of the Arab countries in 1948, a far greater number than Arabs that left The Holy Land, and all the Jew’s land and property stolen from them? That is those that were not murdered by their Arab neighbours. The Arabs were asked to stay and build a great country and become Israeli citizens but very few did and any Arab with proof of land he left behind will be generously compensated if they apply to the High Court in Jerusalem. Nobody ever does because they would be murdered by the Islamo-fascists for recognizing Israel. Also remember that all the empires that have tried to destroy the humble Jews have themselves been destroyed. Yes, look what happened to the Ancient Egyptians, Ancient Greeks, Babylonians, Romans and Hitlers Third Reich!! Iran’s brutal, anti-Semitic, Islamo-fascist regime will follow if the good and brave young people of Iran don’t manage to overthrow them from within. G-d will bless his people with SHALOM!


      Comment by David Howard | April 23, 2010

      • David,

        The mythology you recite has been thoroughly and authoritatively debunked. You may comfort yourself that SOME Jewish people share your beliefs, but don’t make a fool of yourself by repeating your mantra out in the larger world.


        Comment by aletho | April 23, 2010

      • David – a lot of those Sephardic Jews (100,000+ used) were systematically exterminated by Israel in 1951 using x-ray experiments as a cover. Their crime was that they were dark and Askenazi Jews considered them race pollution. (The McCarthy era also provided the perfect cover should enough information become prematurely known.)


        Comment by Eric Vaughan | April 23, 2010

  9. Amen! Look I’m Protestant by ethnicity, Buddhist faith, have to tell you no one as you say of the made up Jewish faith has ever nor ever will benefit from attempting to claim a piece of Israel as any part of anyone’s Palestine, this is a myth too, no European anywhere has also given any Jew anywhere anthing, they imagine that also, I’m not racist but the Jews are as they like to state all these things all the time embarassingly enough. It’s like urban lore for them and you can’t convince them it’s not true, they live a life of bad faith everywhere, they ever have and ever will and want to think they beg they most and deservedly so, being the least liked and the least able without doing so, we have a saying you can’t get blood from a stone. You’d think they’d be embarassed about all this but they’re not able to be so you’re wasting time on ethics too, they’re not racially pure and can’t learn so it won’t be able to be learned by them accurately what others do they simply recite new myths each generation relying on some of the old and believing what various authority figures allow them to believe and it makes them feel comfortable to do so. They have a limited life and it’s better for everyone they do, so if you don’t want their company like most don’t just cheer for Israel and places like that loudly and proudly and be happy they don’t integrate and that is sort of the alpha and the omega of that. Amen and Peace out. Your Friend, Heather


    Comment by Heather Green | April 7, 2010

    • Nobody western seemed to want anything to do with the Middle East until the Second Industrial Revolution, which made the oil valuable.


      Comment by Eric Vaughan | April 16, 2010

      • Eric,

        The early Zionists and their British cohorts were unaware of Middle Eastern oil. At the time Baku, Pennsylvania and Texas were the known oil hot spots.


        Comment by aletho | April 16, 2010

        • Off the Internet and common knowledge, I stand corrected. Yet, I wonder, ha, ha, because of something I remembered from school. (This is the closest thing I could find from Wiki.) “In ancient Egypt, the use of bitumen was important in creating Egyptian mummies – in fact the word mummy is derived from the Arab word ‘mūmiyyah’, which means bitumen.”


          Comment by Eric Vaughan | April 17, 2010

    • As a protestant are you proud of the butchery and mass murder of the Catholic Irish during the potato famine caused by your British Protestants? Hundreds of thousands of Irish people starved to death and just covered in earth in graves so shallow that foxes and dogs ate their dead bodies!! Protestant’s do not have the right to criticize any one after this!! Their treatment of Catholics in Northern Ireland; i.e the six counties that were stolen by British Protestants is also disgraceful. So don’t criticize Israel, the only truely Democratic country in the Middle East


      Comment by David Howard | April 23, 2010

      • David,

        I guess that you have no problem supporting the evils of Israel because others in history have committed similar atrocities?

        What is “democratic” about racist and militarist Israel???


        Comment by aletho | April 23, 2010

      • Just because Hitler tried to kill the Jews does not make it ok to try and kill the Jews, I thought you would have learned this childish lesson already. Fyi, a pure democracy is no more fair or different than a lynch mob, democracy means nothing unless there is a constitution protecting the minority peoples and your country has failed miserably at protecting the minority peoples.


        Comment by Jonathon | January 17, 2012

  10. Coming to this discussion I am aware that I am joining in the ravings of people who are very distant from reason, objectivity and compassion. Most of these posts are motivated by hatred – so in a sense exactly the same impulse that leads to war, slaughter and persecution – which characterise what we call ‘history’. Until this is recognised, primarily in each of us as individuals, any expression of blame or pretence to have the right answer is a way to avoid facing the truth about oneself.


    Comment by I must be mad | April 23, 2010

    • I would say Israel is run by a (Talmud) cult and therefore so is our media, TV and movies. Unfortunately, there is historical precedence for the Great P*mpkin not showing up when Hitler rounded up the Jews, not being there to give Israel the oil of Saudi Arabia, and the Gre*t Pumpkin will likely be nowhere to be found when Russia and/or China are pushed over the edge. Believing in that is madness, like throwing yourself down a cliff because you think angels will break your fall after some other fool has done just that and failed.


      Comment by Eric Vaughan | May 1, 2010

  11. I like this comment by Eric Vaughan. Time is not too distant when this Great P*mpkin has long to last as no angel is ever likely to save it!


    Comment by Zarina Bhatia | May 1, 2010

  12. Yes, who made the desert green ?
    If the Arabs of the British Mandate produced 189000 on 93% of the land and the Jews 55000 on the remaining 7%?
    If Israel produces currently almost 2000000 tons a year of veg and 750000 tons of fruit (130000 of bananas vs 6000) on larger parts of the land?
    Did the Arabs build the water projects or did the Jews?
    Did the Arabs build electric power or did the Jews?
    Did the Arabs pipe water to the cities or did the Jews (note : some Arab vilages didn’t have water even in 1967)?
    Yes, many of the Arabs of the British Mandate were subsistence Fallahin (and olives are the basic cash crop of subsistence Fallahin as can be seen to this day on the west bank).
    Yes, there was an Arab population in the 4 Ottoman Sanjaks that became the British Mandate (perhaps 500000 at the end of WWI ) but it was low density, low income and busier (as it is to this day) with in-fighting between the Hamulot and out-fighting (against the Jews) than with building an economy and a state of their own.


    Comment by Munir Zohar | May 21, 2010

    • American and Jewish-American tax dollars made the desert bloom. You could also build a $60 million-dollar center for the arts in the heart of downtown Camden, New Jersey, but why?


      Comment by Eric Vaughan | September 29, 2010

  13. Steering clear from the hate preached in some other comments, I’d like to comment on the article and its title.

    The information in itself is very interesting, and I wasn’t aware of it before. It is however irrelevant as an attempt to debunk the Zionist motto of “making the desert bloom”. The motto does not imply that all of Israel was desert, or that the Arabs didn’t have decent agriculture, or that Jewish agricultural production before the Independence War was particularly large. Instead, the point is that the Jews succeeded, through technology and persistence, in growing crops on low-quality land which was considered unarable before. This was done on a modest scale in the pre-state period, and on a much larger, industrial scale later on. Currently Israel is a leader in agricultural technology for difficult, mainly dry, terrain. The invention of dripping irrigation, now used worldwide, is an important example.


    Comment by Yasha | September 27, 2010

    • Yasha,

      You seem like you may be a thoughtful individual so I will offer some friendly advice.

      There really is no way to defend the “Jews made the desert bloom” dogma without coming across as a racial supremacist. Similar mantras were recited by the British and the Germans in support of their efforts at empire and occupation yet today, and especially among those who aren’t British or German, their supremacist concepts are not even given the benefit of empirical analysis.

      The successes or failures of races or cultures simply cannot be bandied about as rationales for what is plainly immoral conduct. Furthermore, it is simply the case that societal advancement is a reflection of the hand they are dealt. For example, please view these photos of the Islamic University of Gaza and consider how many technological breakthroughs are likely to occur:

      My suggestion Yasha, is that it is never appropriate to celebrate one’s own privileges.


      Comment by aletho | September 27, 2010

      • 1. You’re quite right that you can’t go around making statements like “the Jews did this” or “the Palestinians did that”. I don’t like it when Israeli propaganda does this. THAT is a valid argument. I simply stated that your article (which makes similar-sounding claims about the other side) is NOT a valid argument on this issue.

        2. I agree that the success of cultures depends heavily on the “hand they’re dealt”. But we mustn’t disregard the influence of the culture itself. Racism is manifestly evil. But it’s not evil to say that one culture is better equipped than another to make progress; in fact, it’s a first step towards learning from one another.

        3. To celebrate your privileges – of course not. But we *should* celebrate our achievements. The fact that most achievements would be impossible without some privilege or another is irrelevant. I *will* celebrate my personal successes, even though I know that many in the world go hungry. Otherwise, nothing would get done.


        Comment by Yasha | November 2, 2010

        • Yasha,

          There are unavoidable pitfalls in the behavior that you engage in (self aggrandizement).

          * Chauvinism, if not full blown racism, flourishes.

          * Failure to appreciate the value of others is ever present.

          Perhaps you would be better off focusing on your own personal achievements relative to those with similar privileges.

          One individual’s definition of “progress” may differ vastly from another’s.

          I feel that, even with over six billion people on the earth, space must be maintained for traditional lifestyles for those who choose to engage in them. The Sahel should stay pastoral. The Yanomami territories should be protected from encroachment etc…

          Some people may feel that industrial scale agriculture and mineral extraction must prevail everywhere. Theirs is a world of extreme poverty and desperation. A world with no alternatives or variety. A world with no connection to the past and no tolerance for people whose values differ from their own. An insecure and totalitarian society is the inevitable result.


          Comment by aletho | November 2, 2010

          • OK, let’s try to respond to all the points made.
            1. When did I engage in self-aggrandizement? Or do you mean Israeli society as a whole?
            2. The point is not that Israeli agriculture stands out in comparison with that of non-industrial societies. The point is that it stands out with respect to other Western countries, countries that have at least as much “privilege”. Actually, I’m losing you here. If your country made some technological advance that helps feed people, shouldn’t you be proud of it?
            3. I didn’t say (perhaps it was implied) that industrial societies are better. I merely said that it’s *possible* for a culture is better. For instance, gender equality is better than the subjugation of women.
            4. I don’t think humans really have such a large diversity of value systems. We all want similar things in the end. Cultures are sets of guidelines towards obtaining them. Some guidelines are more effective than others. Sometimes the guidelines become values in their own right by force of habit, but that’s usually destructive. For instance, it’s better to talk directly about the value of the happiness of humans in their love life than about the “value” (actually, guideline) of chastity before marriage.
            5. I agree with your last paragraph, at least in the current state of things. Perhaps some day we’ll learn to be industrial and responsible at the same time.


            Comment by Yasha | November 3, 2010

            • 1) I refer to the ‘made the desert bloom’ meme.

              2) Actually, Yasha, modesty or humility alone should preclude the behavior you describe.


              Comment by aletho | November 3, 2010

              • Very well. From now on, we shall refrain from mentioning the achievements of people with whom we associate ourselves. Of course, by that philosophy you shouldn’t have written your article, which would have been a shame. Once again, except for the tone and the title, I found it quite enlightening.


                Comment by Yasha | November 4, 2010

                • The article is a response to the ‘made the desert bloom’ meme.

                  Absent the meme, the article would be out of place and in poor taste.

                  This difference is similar to the citations of acts of violence. Palestinians engage in occasional resistance in response to the ceaseless violence imposed on them.

                  Absent the occupation these acts of violence would be quite out of place. In fact, absent the Zionist project, they would not exist at all.

                  Zionist violence however is part and parcel of an ugly racist ideology, an indispensable tool of aggression. Just as the prideful ‘made the desert bloom’ meme is a propaganda tool used in the attempt at keeping stolen lands.


                  Comment by aletho | November 4, 2010

                  • OK, let me attempt to sum up:
                    1. We agree that the “desert blooming” meme is factually true (at least, you haven’t argued otherwise since my first comment).
                    2. You think it’s politically incorrect to point out such facts, unless it’s done in “self-defence” against rival boasting. You consider your article an example of such self-defence.

                    I don’t agree with you on point 2, but I guess there’s not much sense in arguing about it.

                    If you wish to steer the conversation towards a broad discussion of Israeli/Palestinian policy and violence, I’d be happy to oblige. You seem very well informed, and I expect to learn a lot. On the other hand, I wouldn’t want to hijack your thread. Perhaps someplace else? You decide.

                    One final question:
                    Some of the comments above (especially no. 2 and 8) are quite deranged. I mean, making the Holocaust seem tame?! Do you refrain from replying to them because they’re not worth the trouble, or because you agree with them? If it’s the first option, please don’t take offense at me for asking.


                    Comment by Yasha | November 4, 2010

                    • Yasha,

                      You are distorting the issue by framing the comparison as being one between “rivals”.

                      The question is not of rivalry or competition but rather aggression, criminality and victimization. Big difference.

                      Feel free to comment on current posts at Aletho News.

                      Regarding comment #8, I recommend you read Schlomo Sands latest book.


                      Comment by aletho | November 4, 2010

                    • Schlomo Sands’ book is interesting stuff (though I wouldn’t hurry to say that he’s right), but centuries-old history is irrelevant to most moral discussions. It positively doesn’t matter what your ancestors did a thousand years ago.

                      What really freaks me out, though, is the claim that Israel has done something remotely similar to the Holocaust in scope and consequence. I do claim that every instance of racism deserves a mention of the Holocaust to put it into perspective. But that’s a different thing altogether from saying it’s *equivalent* (or even makes the Holocaust seem ‘tame’). For the record, I think there was exactly one event in history that made the Holocaust seem tame. That was Cambodian communism. Out of modern horrors, I’d mention Sudan and North Korea as coming close. But Israel? This is either severe historical ignorance or even more severe moral blindness.


                      Comment by Yasha | November 4, 2010

  14. Yasha,

    I am coming up with no comparable crimes committed by the Nazis (who were brought to power with Zionist money given by Jewish bankers whose goal was to drive Jews from Europe).

    Did the Nazis ever drop 500 pound bombs on their concentration camps? White phosphorus on the Warsaw ghetto?

    You discredit yourself with your claim of genocide in Sudan. The wild claims are admitted extrapolations of isolated local occurrences, no basis in reality.


    Comment by aletho | November 5, 2010

  15. Oh, the Jews brought the Nazis to power. Talk about discrediting oneself, aletho.


    Comment by Johannes | May 25, 2011

    • They did, if you follow the money.


      Comment by James | January 17, 2012

    • It always amazes me that this popular myth that Hitler popped up out of a box in Austria hell bent on taking over the world is still so very strong.

      Hitler was financed into power, pure and simple, this money was funnelled from the elite in the US acting in cahoots with the Rothschilds, the same group incidentally that tried to force a fascist government on the US people I would add.

      Hitler’s role pure and simple was to break the European hegemonies and ultimately to bring down the ailing British empire, the US thought that it would be able to usurp this hence planning to annexe Britain in 1947 with an eye on capturing the empire intact but Britain avoided this by creating the Commonwealth so America had to be content with what it had grabbed in Europe. JFK himself revealed rather a lot about this as his father was pivotal as was other “Brit” haters. It should be pointed out that Joseph Kennedy, a strident IRA supporter was quietly sent home from London as the US ambassador as it was discovered he was passing secrets to the Nazis that were not only killing British soldiers but American ones as well.

      America knew full well what was going on in Auschwitz and other camps, the Bush family had business interests in quite a lot of industries at Auschwitz alone as they did elsewhere.

      I am also of the belief that Patten was killed for two reasons, one that he threatened to expose Eisenhowers “PsyOps” presentations at the camps which he had grave doubts about, the other that he refused to liquidate German PoW’s and infuriated Eisenhower for letting his prisoners walk free, someone should remember that Eisenhower probably killed some 5-6m German PoW’s and civilians through deliberate starvation and atrocity committed in PoW camps.


      Comment by Angry Grandparent | January 17, 2012

      • Grandparent,

        Your narrative fits the historical facts very well.

        I would point out that within a few years of the creation of the Commonwealth the US began setting up administrative dominance of those formerly colonial countries through State Dept. entities such as the Agency for International Development.

        “America knew full well what was going on in Auschwitz and other camps”

        How could they not. They had been bombing (and photographing) the arms manufacturing sites with regularity.


        Comment by aletho | January 17, 2012

      • Read the book “Other Losses” for details on the deaths of the Germans after WW2.
        Johannes, you make me sad. Hitler’s dealings with the Zionists are established fact. To imply that Aletho is somehow discredited by mentioning this is typical knee-jerk “never question the Holocaust” bovine excrement. Since learning that the “Gas Chamber” at Aushwitz had a door with a window that opened from the inside, I have had good reason to question the whole tale. Yes, Hitler killed some Jews. He killed a lot of people, of any kind. There is nothing special about the Jews that died there compared to, say, the Roma. We all bleed red, it takes a special kind of sphincter to beleive one races blood is worth more than anothers.


        Comment by JonnyX | January 17, 2012

  16. Sadly, I think that they are a galactic parasite religion. There is a holohoax memorial in almost every country, except Libya, Iran………They control the banks and trade routes.
    As above so below. You can only imagine what their demonic god is, but I have a feeling they feed an interdimensional entity that feeds on blood, pain, and human sacrifice as a diet.


    Comment by Andrew | January 17, 2012

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