Nazis’ Secret Killing Squads

This video documentary reminded me of other little-known facts from World War II. The video was posted by Charles Burris, at the Lew Rockwell blog: about the “Nazis’ Secret Killing Squads” that followed the advancing German lines early in World War II, whose mission it was to kill every potential enemy of the state in the newly conquered territories, starting with the Jews, Gypsies, presumably any known Communists, and Christians who denounced the National Socialists. There were many such Christians too, who never got much notice because they were unknowns. The Holocaust Memorial is criminally ungrateful in denouncing Christianity as one of the causes of “the Holocaust”.

There were Christians who condemned the church hierarchies in Germany that supported the regime, but an even bigger fact that flies in the face of the anti-Christian Jews who push this theme in their memorials, like the “Nazi-hunter” Simon Wiesenthal. The bigger fact is the millions of American Christians and British Christians and Christians from other places that rushed to the front lines to overthrow the regime and stop the genocide, and liberated the Jews they found in the concentration camps.

There were other assassination squads in the buried rubble of that war’s history books, left out.

Here’s a link to the SAS assassination sqauds that kept on going after the war was won, and hunted down any Nazi Party members and SS officers in their hiding places:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3801683/How-SAS-secretly-hunted-Nazis-war-help-rogue-Russian-prince-Ouija-board.html

I’ve heard of operations by special American squads that did the same thing post-war. They did not want to chance a secret resurgence of the Third Reich, and hunted down all the ones in hiding, supposedly forming guerrilla bands. I do not know how much credence to give all this, but the story about the “rogue” squads of the SAS does give some credence to it.

I’ve heard of operations by special American squads that did the same thing post-war. They did not want to chance a secret resurgence of the Third Reich, and hunted down all the ones in hiding, supposedly forming guerrilla bands. I do not know how much credence to give all this, but the story about the “rogue” squads of the SAS does give some credence to it.

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