Dresden – The Real Holocaust
As many are likely aware, February 13th marks the 65th anniversary of the fire bombing of Dresden, Germany during WWII. The event took place from February 13-15, and is one of the only parts of world war two that can literally be described as a holocaust. Just for reference, a holocaust is a burnt offering, as I have highlighted before, but feel free to look HERE and see for yourself.
If you do look for yourself, you’ll quickly see that the “holocaust” has come to almost exclusively mean the deaths of six million jews, supposedly murdered by the Germans during WWII. This is simply propaganda, as I’ve stated before, so many times that I’m actually getting deja vu typing it out again. The only definition to concern one’s self with is the fact that holocaust means, literally, “burnt offering”.
The bombing of Dresden fits this description accurately. The city was (falsely) described as a military target, when in reality it was a cultural center of Europe known for it’s beautiful Baroque architecture more than anything else. Dresden was largely untouched during WWII, but that all ended on February 13th, the day before Valentine’s Day. Unfortunately, those who had set their sites on Dresden were nothing like Cupid, and they had no interest in spreading love. Instead it was allied bombers dropping thousands of tons of incendiary bombs on a civilian population in the most barbaric, inhumane firebombing in history.
Although labeled a military target, the outlying industrial areas of Dresden would remain untouched by the bombing raids, and instead the heart of the city would be bombed to death. Many refugees flooded into Dresden from surrounding areas as the German fronts were pushed back by allied forces and Stalin’s (jew) ruthless raping, murdering Bolsheviks (jews). At the time, the population was said to have swelled to almost double it’s original size due to these reasons, reaching nearly one million people.
Within two days of the start of the bombing raid against Dresden, Germany’s seventh largest city at the time, fifteen square miles of the city would lay in ruins, consumed in firestorms that were so fierce they spawned tornadoes of fire, which would turn humans to glowing embers in a matter of moments. When the raids started, many people foolishly refused to seek shelter, because Dresden wasn’t a military center, and hadn’t been touched during the entire war.
Ignoring the air raid sirens would cost thousands of civilian residents and refugees their lives. Dresden didn’t even have any air defenses to ward off attacks, and many were lulled into a false sense of security because it was one of the only German cities untouched by the whole of the war. Most Germans sought shelter when the sirens went off, but most didn’t believe they would be attacked anyway.
At around 10:09 pm the bombs started to drop. Allied bombers pummeled the city for nearly half an hour before the drone of their engines and the thunder of their terror bombing subsided, leaving much of the city engulfed in flames. Firestorms raged as many smaller fires converged into one huge inferno, tearing it’s way through the heart of the city.
Many of the people who originally sought shelter underground, to avoid the carnage of the bombs raining down on them, would unfortunately succumb to suffocation as the fire fed on the oxygen in the surrounding air. Many others would perish by being burned to a puddle of flesh, literally, but it would get worse before it got better.
Approximately three hours after the first wave of the attack, RAF Bomber Command had the second wave on target. The three hour gap between the first and second raids was specifically planned to give people enough time to come out of their shelters to escape the fire, and just enough time for the rescue teams to arrive and start helping survivors. This is the same thing you see today when mossad jews set off a bomb, then time a second explosion when the help arrives, ensuring massive casualties.
By the time the second wave arrived, the thousands of fires spread across the city of Dresden could be seen from over sixty miles away by ground, and five hundred miles away by air, with massive billows of smoke rising ominously 15,000 feet into the air. This second wave dropped their munitions on either side of the huge smoldering area to spread the damage even further bombing the main railway station (a place where refugees were seeking shelter, just like jews bombing UN buildings in Gaza full of innocent people) and Großer Garten, a park where many of the victims had gone to escape the fires of the first run.
In just 23 minutes the bombers dropped 1,800 tons of bombs, setting off the aforementioned tornadoes that would cremate a human in an instant. People on the ground reported seeing men and women running around with their clothes and hair on fire. There were reports of adults burnt to a crisp, their bodies so shriveled from the heat, many were shrunken to the size of a child. The tornadoes of fire swept the streets, forcing many to stay in their shelters, only to die from heat and asphyxiation.
Pieces of bodies including arms, legs, torsos and heads littered the streets and the park. Dead rescuers, soldiers, civilians. Men, women, and children were all sent to their deaths in one of the largest “burnt offerings” which were “wholly consumed” by fire, that the world has ever seen. Even those lucky enough to make it out from their shelters into the streets would watch many others die as bombed out buildings crumbled and smashed them to death. Many would faint in the streets from lack of oxygen and burn to death. Some would either burn up and simply glow like a cinder, while others would be reduced to piles of mushy cooked human flesh.
To my left I suddenly see a woman. I can see her to this day and shall never forget it. She carries a bundle in her arms. It is a baby. She runs, she falls, and the child flies in an arc into the fire.
Suddenly, I saw people again, right in front of me. They scream and gesticulate with their hands, and then — to my utter horror and amazement — I see how one after the other they simply seem to let themselves drop to the ground. (Today I know that these unfortunate people were the victims of lack of oxygen). They fainted and then burnt to cinders.
Insane fear grips me and from then on I repeat one simple sentence to myself continuously: “I don’t want to burn to death”. I do not know how many people I fell over. I know only one thing: that I must not burn. – Margaret Freyer – Survivor
All the way through Valentine’s Day and into the 15th of February allied forces continued to bombard Dresden. Many bombers unable to see from the massive amounts of smoke covering Dresden would bomb further and further out, spreading the death and destruction out for miles and miles beyond the city center. Supposedly some groups had primary targets, but ended up bombing Dresden anyway as a secondary target. The truth is likely they all had orders to decimate Dresden, and so they did; over 15 square miles of it.
Within two days the allies had dropped 3,900 tons of high explosive and incendiary bombs on the civilian population of Dresden. The entire city lay in ruins, with absolutely nothing spared. Hospitals, clinics, churches, markets, schools, cultural buildings, chapels, residential building, stores, shops, insurance buildings, retail houses, warehouses, and everything you can think of was utterly decimated, but hardly any military targets were hit at all, because there weren’t really any to hit.
Some estimates state that nearly half a million people were killed in this horrific “holocaust” that is hardly mentioned at all in the history books. In fact, the official count is held at a paltry 25-60,000 depending on which source you look at, but the city had 650,000 residents at the time, and had swelled to nearly one million as refugees and wounded soldiers from other areas poured in. The Germans reported over 200,000 deaths in the days following the barbaric attacks, but this is brushed off today by jewish historians and publishing outlets as merely German propaganda.
So, what was the reason for this massive holocaust? The answer to this is really simple. The jews behind the war, Churchill, Eisenhower, and Roosevelt were likely acting on orders from the World Jewish Congress to reign down terror on the German people for putting jews into work camps. Germany was to be taught a lesson for trying to single out the jews, and even worse using them for hard labor. Churchill seems to be the source of these inhumane attacks, so listen to what he says:
It seems to me that the moment has come when the question of bombing of German cities simply for the sake of increasing the terror, though under other pretexts, should be reviewed. Otherwise we shall come into control of an utterly ruined land… The destruction of Dresden remains a serious query against the conduct of Allied bombing. I am of the opinion that military objectives must henceforward be more strictly studied in our own interests than that of the enemy.
The Foreign Secretary has spoken to me on this subject, and I feel the need for more precise concentration upon military objectives such as oil and communications behind the immediate battle-zone, rather than on mere acts of terror and wanton destruction, however impressive. – Churchill in a telegraph to British Chiefs of Staff
See, Churchill and his jewish buddies knew this was nothing more than a terrorist attack of massive proportions. Instead of showing any remorse, he says we should look at it from a point of their own (jewish) interests, which sounds a lot like the kind of rhetoric spewed by jewish leaders in Israel as they slaughter Palestinian women and children for fun and sport today. Note the last part about “mere acts of terror and wanton destruction”, which fully describes what happened in Dresden. Also note “however impressive” those things are to this jew, because death and destruction is always impressive to jews, unless it’s their own death. Then they will do anything to avoid it.
As we sit on the brink of world war three, I think it only fitting that Americans, and many other people who never experienced the terror of war up close and personal, take a good look at what happened before, because we can almost certainly expect the same kind of treatment to continue. If you think this was bad, don’t forget they did almost the same thing to Hamburg. Then they also nuked Hiroshima and Nagasaki, slaughtering hundreds of thousands of people in more “burnt offerings”.
What you need to ask yourself is, do you want to see the kind of carnage people experienced in Dresden? Do you want to watch your neighbors running down the street screaming with their hair on fire, as tornadoes with flames like a torch singe your women and children in an instant? Would you like to scoop up puddles of mush, knowing those were once your neighbors? This kind of terror is still being rained down on people by our military, just like before, but you can rest assured America is not immune to the jew. It has a serious fatal infection just like Germany did, and only one kind of medicine can cure it. That deadly infection is the jew, and the medicine is the gun.