• U.S. taxpayers will foot huge bill for massive monument to “Ike”
By Michael Collins Piper
It’s official. The American taxpayers will foot the bill for a $120M memorial to Dwight Eisenhower—a mass murderer with a trail of corruption and intrigue surrounding him that has been suppressed by the controlled-media in America, which fondly recalls the former president as an iconic war hero-turned grandfather figure.
In fact, “Ike’s” entire career was that of being an “available man” whose rise to power was made possible by behind-the-scenes forces that recognized him as a willing asset, eager to do their bidding.
Before first coming to international fame in 1943 when appointed Allied Supreme Commander in Europe by President Roosevelt—promoted over the heads of more than 50 seasoned and far more experienced officers—Eisenhower had previously racked up an otherwise undistinguished career as a behind-the-scenes military bureaucrat.
FDR’s unexpected and rather mysterious promotion of Eisenhower sent shock-waves through the military establishment which questioned why Ike—of all people—had been given this huge boost.
Despite the massive logistical superiority of the forces under his command, Ike’s first major test—his grand design for D-Day, the invasion of Europe in 1944—nearly failed. Thousands of soldiers died needlessly, although modern-day media hosannas to D-Day choose to ignore this stark reality.
After the end of the war, Eisenhower was personally responsible for the deliberate genocide of nearly 2 million German prisoners of war who were starved to death or died of disease and exposure.* Ike’s prisoners were held in some 19 different outdoor pens (large fields surrounded by concertina wire) in sub-freezing weather without food, water or sanitation—virtually open-air, excrement-filled holes. In one instance, some 560,000 of Ike’s victims were crowded into a death trap that, under more humane circumstances, would be fit for holding no more than 45,000 men.
But this was not the extent of his perfidy. Ike also murdered 2 million former Russian prisoners of war who sought to defect to the West to escape the Soviet regime of Josef Stalin. Ike was personally responsible for the order that forcibly “repatriated” the Russian dissidents who were shipped back to the Soviet Union to certain execution.
In 1948, Leonard Finder, a leader of the Jewish Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of B’nai B’rith, ably joined by ADL media assets such as columnists Drew Pearson and Walter Winchell, began promoting Ike for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, supported by a host of “liberal” leaders such as former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, mob-connected Democratic Party bosses such as Jake Arvey in Chicago and Frank Hague in New Jersey and others.
Eisenhower declined to run as a Democrat that year, but in 1952 he made himself available as the “blocking candidate” for the Wall Street bankers that wanted to prevent popular nationalist Senator Robert Taft (R-Ohio) from getting the GOP’s presidential nomination. Eisenhower, with the help of big money elements, robbed Taft of the party nod at the 1952 GOP convention through a then-infamous array of vote buying, blackmail and intimidation.
Modern media and academic reportage on Eisenhower ignore all of these unpleasant details, but old-time Republicans and American nationalists who remember the work of Robert Taft remember these things well.
* Rare collector’s item: copies of Convention News newsletter distributed by Willis A. Carto at the GOP National Convention in August 1956. Headline: “Ike Recommended in Spite of Red Record.” Four pages of inside information on Ike’s war crimes and shady associates. Good condition, limited quantities. $50 each, postage included. Call 202-547-5586, M-Th, 9-5 ET to reserve your copy or call 1-877-773-9077 toll free to charge. Order from TBR, P.O. Box 15877, Washington, D.C. 20003.
Michael Collins Piper is an author, journalist, lecturer and radio show host. He has spoken in Russia, Malaysia, Iran, Abu Dhabi, Japan, Canada and the U.S.
Ike: Cold-Blooded Mass Murderer
By Willis A. Carto
Certain individuals are planning to build a memorial in Washington to Dwight D. Eisenhower—a multimillion dollar project to be laid on the backs of American taxpayers.
The project has gotten as far as it has because no one has had the guts to point out that Eisenhower is literally the last person in the world who should be honored by the American people because his record clearly shows him to be a mass murderer.
In addition to his dismal record as a military commander whose appointment by Franklin Roosevelt was purely political and had nothing whatsoever to do with merit, the full facts about this person must be seen, acknowledged and weighed. The most outstanding fact about Eisenhower is his cold-blooded murder of some 2 million German soldiers who had honorably surrendered in 1945.
Instead of treating these soldiers as prisoners of war, as he was bound to do under the Geneva Convention, Eisenhower invented a new category, designating them as “disarmed enemy personnel,” thus adopting the doubletalk of a pettifogging shyster lawyer and in his twisted mind justifying his crime.
And then Eisenhower murdered these soldiers, penning them up behind barbed wire and letting them starve to death, subject to the heavy rainfall and the cold winter weather of 1945. He ordered anyone who tried to free them or even feed them to be shot by the armed American guards he stationed around the enclosure.
Doubters must study this. It is truly a horror story. Thanks are owed to the Canadian, James Bacque, for exposing this in his book, Other Losses: An Investigation Into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners, and to Herbert L. Brown in The Devil’s Handiwork: A Victim’s View of “Allied” War Crimes.
Willis A. Carto is a longtime nationalist activist and publisher and a veteran of World War II. He was the founder of Liberty Lobby and its newspaper, The Spotlight, which at one time was read weekly by an estimated 800,000 Americans. He is today a senior consultant for AMERICAN FREE PRESS and the publisher and editor of The Barnes Review (TBR) Revisionist history magazine. For a sample copy of TBR, call 202-547-5586 or write TBR, P.O. Box 15877, Washington, D.C. 20003.