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    Post Nazis Planned WMD Attacks on Britain During WWII Using Anthrax and Foot-and-mouth Disease

    British authorities feared the Nazis would use poison gas as part of an attempt to invade the UK, accordingly to newly disclosed intelligence files on WWII.

    Intelligence suggested Germany had stockpiled large amounts of chemical weapons and carried out tests using anthrax-infected mortar shells and a foot-and-mouth disease spray.
    An unconfirmed report even suggested that the Nazis had developed a gas which could stop car engines from working, previously secret documents released by the National Archives reveal.
    In January 1941, when a German invasion was feared to be imminent, British military intelligence concluded that Hitler's forces were likely to use poison gas against the UK.

    'If Germany attempts to invade this country she will be undertaking a most hazardous operation for which the prize will be world domination,' officers wrote in a report.

    'Into that operation she is certain to put all her strength, and if she considers that the use of gas will increase her chance of success, she will not hesitate to use it.'
    The briefing noted that Germany's highly developed chemical industry had already created large stocks of mustard and phosgene gas, which were reportedly being moved from factories in readiness for a possible invasion.
    'There is likely to be no bar to the use of gas by Germany on account of the lack of stocks or of trained personnel or weapons for producing it,' stated the report drawn up by MI14, the specialist German intelligence branch of the War Office.

    British officials concluded that the Nazis were not likely to use poison gas on civilians in general, but might do so to provoke a panicked evacuation of coastal areas ahead of an invasion.

    Another intelligence report, from February 1941, suggested that the Nazis were preparing to accuse the UK of launching gas attacks to justify their own use of chemical weapons.

    'A foreign diplomat indicated that the German authorities are fostering a belief in the intention of the British to use gas in their raids against Germany, and concludes that this propaganda is intended to prepare German public opinion for the German use of gas against the United Kingdom,' it said.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...r-engines.html

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    Fragmented quotes from the article:

    "British authorities feared..."

    "Intelligence suggested..."

    "An unconfirmed report even suggested..."

    "...were likely to use poison gas against the UK."

    "The briefing noted..."

    "...which were reportedly being moved..."

    "There is likely..."

    "...but might do so..."

    "A foreign diplomat indicated..."


    Hints and nothing more. Not once did this article confirm that the claim is 100% true, or true at all for that matter.

    ...newly disclosed intelligence files on WWII.

    ...previously secret documents released by the National Archives reveal.
    Disclosed from where? May we the people produce our own document expert to determine if these papers are in fact what they are claimed to be?
    But hey, this is the Germans we are discussing, right? Do we even have to question the validity of the report?

    These a-holes know they can concoct any story, tell the public that "secret documents have emerged" and expect everybody to believe it.
    The few who don't buy it will of course be accused of bigotry/neo-nazism/ignorance/crankiness/etc.

    'If Germany attempts to invade this country she will be undertaking a most hazardous operation for which the prize will be world domination,' officers wrote in a report.
    That sounds like a line right out of a jewish-written hollywood movie.

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    This seems like projection to me... I've never seen any thing suggesting the Germans planned to drop anthrax on English cities. On the other hand, the English produced millions of cattle cakes injected with anthrax which they planned to blanket Germany and occupied countries with, the project was codenamed "Operation Vegetarian". Only the success of the D-day invasion meant that the project didn't go ahead. It's awful to think how many millions would have been killed when you consider that the Scottish island they tested the cattle cakes on was killing sheep into the 80's, and only got decontaminated at massive expense when someone went around leaving packages of anthrax infested soil around...

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    The truth of a matter seems to be - and I read this in a book at least twenty years ago - that as a response to the V-1 flying bomb and V-2 rocket campaign on London in the summer of 1944, Churchill's gut reaction was that he would like to "drench" Germany with anthrax. He was advised by the Joint Chiefs of Staff that they could not go along with this idea since they feared what the Germans might do for a reprisal.

    The Nazis, and I select this word purposely, were against any long-term contamination of the land by virtue of their Whole Earth beliefs. The response might have been the nerve gases in store and of which Britain had no knowledge. Thus the Joint Chiefs of Staff are to be respected for their perspicacity and Churchill - well, we all know what he was.

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    Wmd

    As far as the British and Americans were concerned, based on their experience, the word of a Nazi was good for nothing. So all safety and health procedures were implmented for WMD. Including the stockpipling of WMD just in case. Not too mention, the overriding policy of Unconditional Surrender.

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    The word of any national leadership in time of war is good for nothing, whether Nazi, British, Russian or US. In wartime all is lies and subterfuge, as the most recent events have proved.

    Above all else towards the end of the Second World War, the principal concern of the Western Allies was the possible use of radiological weapons by the Germans. For example, in a memorandum dated 22 Match 1944 to General George C. Marshall, Chief of Staff, Manhattan project, General Leslie Groves stated:

    ----"Radioactive materials are extremely effective contaminating agents, are known to the Germans, can be produced by them and could be employed as a military weapon. These materials could be used without warning in combatting an Allied invasion of the Western European coast. It is the opinion of those most familiar with the potentialities of these materials that they are not apt to be used, but a serious situation would occur should any units of an invading army be subjected to the terrifying effects of radioactive materials."

    The fact that the Germans did not use radioactive barriers to protect the Normandy beaches caused surprise to the invading commanders. The possibility of secret protocols coming into existence in 1944 between the European/American belligerents and the Germans not to use unconventional weaponry, including nerve gases, the Miracle Weapon (which our "truthful" present rulers would have us believe was a bluff) and the atom bomb in Europe quid pro quo cannot be ruled out.

    It seems reasonably certain that the Western allies regretted the Unconditional Surrender policy during late 1944 when they were forced to spurn peace offers made to themselves alone (excluding the Soviet Union) from bona fide Resistance groups in Germany.

    "The Greatest Betrayal in the History of the World" as alleged by the Russians probably meant the halt of the Western Allies on the German western border after the Ardennes campaign and until early March 1945. This "Agreement of the 100 Days" enabled half the German defending force there to be transferred to the Eastern Front. Unfortunately the Russians found out and thus began the Cold War. 'As far as the Soviets were concerned, based on this experience, the word of an American or Briton was good for nothing.'

    Although amusingly the US did hold firm to the Unconditional Surrender policy, Britain did not, and British commanders signed peace treaties with the Germans in Italy at the end of April, and on 4 May 1945 with all German forces in Northern Germany and adjacent occupied territories, for an immediate "surrender". Until the final moment of the war at midnight on 8 May 1945, a blind eye was turned on Baltic voyages by warships to rescue German civilians in the eastern provinces.

    An allegation was even made by Dönitz' adjutant Lüdde-Neurath in his book "Regierung Dönitz", and which has not been contested, that in the closing days of the war the German commanders were receiving advice from Montgomery's aides on how to position German forces to best resist the Russians in the southern regions. The British were rather worried about whether the Russians would stop in central Europe or keep going westwards, and they were obviously more interested in holding up the Russians than upholding the spirit of Unconditional Surrender. Eventually when Churchill arrived in Berlin postwar and met the Russians first hand he made the comment that "we killed the wrong pig".

    Even though it may seem ludicrous, secret protocols do exist between bitter enemies that they should fight their war in a particular way. In the dispute between Argentina and Britain over the Falkland Islands for example, the real reason for all the animosity is concealed by secret protocol of non-disclosure regarding two events early in the 20th century which are never advocated for the benefit of the public.

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    The Colorado Potato Beetle Goes to War

    http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=...bPc4KgeA&pli=1

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    1) Britain declared war on Germany.

    2) Hitler never wanted to fight against Britain.

    3) Hitler's only allied he wish he had was the British.

    4) Hitler deliberately let the whole of the British forces escape Dunkirk.


    Hitler was trying to woo the British into joining his beloved Germany until the end of the war! So why would Hitler ever be thinking of gassing the whole of the British population?

    It really sounds like a Jewish rant in sheep's clothing,using the cover of war to use there master minded black mail against the only thing that could had halted the Jewish take over.

    Realistically,Hitler was very fond of the BRITISH AND HER MIGHTY EMPIRE! Hitler once quoted: All I want is that Britain will see Germany on a world map that Germany actually means something (on the lines of that)

    Quote:
    'If Germany attempts to invade this country she will be undertaking a most hazardous operation for which the prize will be world domination,' officers wrote in a report.

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    There's a very entertaining interview with David Irving up on Youtube atm, where he recounts how a drunken Churchill ordered the use of poison gas on German cities. Luckily, cooler heads prevailed and the order was never carried out, much to Churchill's dissatisfaction we are told.

    Now why in the world would Hitler use something as primitive as Anthrax when he already had large supplies of the most lethal never gasses on the planet, Sarin and Tabun?
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    We dealt with this one earlier this year ...

    http://forums.skadi.net/showthread.php?t=138413

    ... but of course that was before these new *revelations* came out in the Daily Mail (where else? )

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