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The Heretics’ Hour: Who Started World War II?

August 23, 2010

Cover of 'The Chief Culprit', by Victor Suvorov

Dr. Wilhelm Kriessmann returns as Carolyn’s guest to discuss the ideas and important data presented in Viktor Suvorov’s book, The Chief Culprit: Stalin’s Grand Design to Start WWII. Topics include:

  • Revisionists get prison terms in France and Austria
  • Goal of Soviet Union was to communize Europe through Germany
  • Offensive military build-up in USSR began in 1939
  • Massive movement of Red Army troops and material to western border was completed in June 1941
  • Operation Barbarossa narrowly beat a devastating attack from Soviet Union
  • Who was behind Rudolf Hess’ peace mission to Britain

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13 Responses to “The Heretics’ Hour: Who Started World War II?”

  1. johnUK on August 24th, 2010 9:21 am

    LOL!

  2. A German on August 25th, 2010 11:44 pm

    @Thanks Carolyn and Dr. Krissmann
    for making this again very clear to the public.
    You really pointed everything out very good in this short time!

    And don’t concern about trolls like JohnUK,
    the fact that such Neo Soviet types laugh about it, just confirms it.

    I have a prithee:
    Could you make a special broadcast where Dr. Krissmann points all that out again in German?
    I often link VOR broadcasts in my forum, but many comrades complain that their English is not good enough to understand everything and I don’t have the time to transcribe everything.

    So it was very much appreciated when Dr. Sunic posted a speech in German last time.

  3. A German on August 25th, 2010 11:55 pm
  4. Carolyn on August 26th, 2010 10:20 am

    A German,

    I’m glad you approve of this one. Yes, it is a lot to get into 40 minutes and I’m satisfied we did as well as could be done with it. The big picture gets more simple all the time, as revisionism continues with the release of more documents. I would like to spend another show talking about more of the details. Maybe ….

    Your prithee can only be granted by Mike Conner. But it might make Dr. K liable to criminal charges if it were intended for dissemination among Germans in Germany/Austria. I don’t want to even go there.

  5. A German on August 26th, 2010 11:02 am

    XD
    You Americans are really hyper anxious about being extrtadited to Germany.
    Jim Giles even returned a donation from an American in Germany not to be extradited to Germany.
    LOL

    You only get extradited if:
    If you’re a hardcore “Ho£o€au$t denier” AND have no Amrican or Canadian citizenship like Ernst Zündel!

    Or if you’re a wanted alleged “war criminal” like John Demanyuk.

    If you aren’t both, you have nothing to fear!
    Because then German prisons would be full with Americans, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Savage…
    Their kind of right-wingness would be already considered as “Naziesque” in Germany.

    So you see, in fact Zündel was a bit guilty too!
    If he didn’t try to get a citizenship in 50 years.
    He should have went 10 years or so under the radar and try to become an American and nothing would have happened to him!
    It’s a bit his own fault.

    And if Dr. Krissmann talks in German about the the posibility that Stalin planed an invasion, that is not liable!
    Not yet.
    Especially when he quotes the Russian military historian Victor Suwrow.
    Perhaps it’s not opportune, but NOT liable.

    You only shouldn’t say a word about the holy Ho£o€au$t!

  6. Carolyn on August 26th, 2010 2:12 pm

    @A German,

    Suvorov is not an historian, but an ex-spy-writer who has done extensive research and gone where most historians refuse to go because they are paid by the establishment to uphold the official historiography.

    I agree with you that it is far-fetched, but in fact in Austria it is a crime to praise Adolf Hitler or his regime, and to advocate the re-union of Austria with Germany. Enough said.

  7. Carolyn on August 26th, 2010 2:13 pm

    By the way, what does XD mean?

  8. A German on August 26th, 2010 2:37 pm
  9. Akira on August 29th, 2010 12:03 am

    Just going by memory, I’m sure that Ernst Zundel did apply for Canadian citizenship (because he’s neither a Tamil Tiger nor a Columbian dope dealer?), even though he has no criminal record in Canada. (His “spreading false news” conviction was overturned by the Supreme Court).

    Also, he was deported from the US to Canada, not to Germany; on a ridiculous charge of having overstayed his visa. He claims that he did apply for the proper extension, the authorities say he didn’t. I believe him over them, especially since it’s hard to believe he would have been so careless with official matters like that, considering his situation.

    And even if he had been without the proper visa, his deportation was ridiculous (especially considering all the illegals that the police are forbidden to deal with), and he was denied due process.

    Then in Canada he was denied both residence and asylum, and deported to Germany after a couple of years of solitary confinement (as an undefined “threat to Canadian security” on a “Special Security Certificate”), in spite of the fact that he was facing (and received) jail-time for activities that would not be a crime in Canada. (He could have faced a Jewman Rights Commission Kangaroo Kourt proceeding, but that is extra-judicial, with no criminal penalties or record. — Although you could end up in jail for refusing to pay a fine or issue an apology or whatever the HRC determines is appropriate to sufficiently humble you and teach you to be a good boy or girl.).

    + + +

    Who started a World War?

    The British (under the war-monger Neville Chamberlain — Appeaser? Ha ha ha) and the French Empires, who both declared war on Germany 1939.09.03.

    Since Britain and France ruled a huge part of the world, including territory in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the America’s, that made it a global conflict.

    France then invaded Germany. Their aggression was repulsed, and the Germans defeated the invaders, leading to the so-called “invasion of France”.

    Canada’s aggression against Germany, and it’s completely unjustifiable 1939.09.10 declaration of war, made it even more of a global conflict.

    And the “peace-loving” Canadians still boast about their war of aggression, and insult the US for “coming in later”.

    As much as FDR and others schemed to get the US into the war, the American war with Germany was in one sense not an act of aggression on the part of America, since it was Germany that issued a declaration of war against America. On the other hand, America’s acts in the preceding 2 years could be construed as aggressive, since it was clearly supporting the British, French and Canadian aggressors.

    Then of course there’s the unofficial schemes and subversions of the Soviets and of that burdensome tribe.

  10. Akira on August 29th, 2010 12:05 am

    Sorry, correction. My secretaries are all on holiday.

    “Just going by memory, I’m sure that Ernst Zundel did apply for Canadian citizenship BUT WAS DENIED (because he’s neither a Tamil Tiger nor a Columbian dope dealer?)…”

  11. johnUK on August 29th, 2010 8:17 am

    Suvorov (Rezin) is a quack historian who wrote sensationalist stories regarding the Red Army during the Cold War and seizing the mood of anti-Communist/Stalin after the fall of the USSR started work on his thesis regarding Stalin’s supposed plan to conquer Europe and attack Germany primarily based on old Soviet memoirs totally taken out of context which has been debunked by every main stream WW2 historian who has studied Soviet, German and declassified secret documents since 1991.

    If there was anyone who would discover Stalin’s secret plan to attack Germany through Soviet material it would be American military historian David Glantz who is the premier historian on the Soviet military during WW2 and has done extensive research like no one else looking through thousands of pages of Soviets documents and those declassified since 1991 yet there is no evidence that support Suvorov’s thesis. On the contrary the Soviet military was a mess and unprepared for military offensives as detailed in his book Stumbling Colossus.

    “Drawing on evidence never before seen in the West, including combat records of early engagements, David Glantz claims that in 1941 the Red Army was poorly trained, inadequately equipped, ineptly organized, and consequently incapable of engaging in large-scale military campaigns—and both Hitler and Stalin knew it. He provides a complete and convincing study of why the Soviets almost lost the war that summer, dispelling many of the myths about the Red Army that have persisted since the war and soundly refuting Viktor Suvorov’s controversial thesis that Stalin was planning a preemptive strike against Germany.”

    http://www.kansaspress.ku.edu/glastu.html

    I e-mailed Glantz who briefly went over the main points that debunk Suvorov’s thesis but I wouldn’t want to post what he wrote here without his permission.

  12. A German on August 29th, 2010 11:38 am

    @JohnUK
    You don’t give up your hope,eh?
    ;-)
    Do you really think we still read ONE sentence of your Stalinist propaganda???
    You’re certainly a bigger quack than Victor Suwrow!

  13. johnUK on August 29th, 2010 7:51 pm

    @A German

    I am but a mere purveyor of truth.

    I’m sure Mr Glantz would be astounded to know that he is peddling “Stalinist” propaganda given his distinguished career in the US military including a tour of duty in Vietnam for which he received 2 bronze medals.

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