On the night of 12/13th February 1945, over 1000 allied bombers attacked a non-military, civilian target in Germany, the town of Dresden. Dresden was (and is still) famous for its china pottery industry and at that time towards the end of the war, was the adopted home of several hundred thousand refugees from the far east of Germany, who were attempting to flee the marauding Russian hordes, rapidly advancing westwards towards Berlin.
There were no military installations in Dresden, no military headquarters or camps, no munitions factories and no heavy engineering of any kind that could have been linked to Germany’s by this time seriously crippled war efforts. In short, Dresden was a medium-large sized, rural, historical town with no strategic importance whatsoever.
By February 1945, the outcome of the war in Europe was already determined. Germany was effectively defeated and would formally surrender within three months. The murderous firebombing of the beautiful city of Dresden, the ‘Florence of the North,’ was as cruel as it was unnecessary and in an apparent gesture, mocking the mainly Christian Germans, the Zionist-banksters chose the day of ‘Ash Wednesday’ to turn Dresden into ashes. And what happened in the space of those twelve terrifying hours should live forever in the annals of the shame of the human race. It is thought by many credible commentators that as many as 4 to 500,000 innocent people died that night. Far more than double the two atomic attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki combined. In many cases, theirs was not a quick death but a slow agonising death through being ‘eaten alive’ by the phosphorus and subsequent firestorms generated by the half-million+ incendiary bombs dropped by the Allies.
More than 12,000 houses in the centre of the city were reduced to dust, not rubble, dust during the hellish firestorm. In view of the fact that, in addition to the 600,000 inhabitants of Dresden, another 5-600,000 people, all refugees, had found shelter in the overcrowded city, one can safely assume that each of these 12,000 houses contained no fewer than 20 people. But of these houses virtually nothing remained and the people who had been sheltering in them were transformed into ashes due to a heat of greater than 1600 degrees Celsius being generated by the fire-bombs.
The ‘official’ figure of 35,000 dead only represents the small part of the victims who could be fully identified. Erhard Mundra, a member of the ‘Bautzen committee’ wrote in the daily German newspaper ‘Die Welt’ on 12th February 1995…
“According to the former general staff officer of the military district of Dresden and retired lieutenant colonel of the Bundeswehr, D. Matthes, 35,000 victims were fully and another 50,000 partly identified, whereas a further 168,000 could not be identified at all.”
It also goes without saying that the hapless children, women, invalids and old people whom the firestorm had transformed into nothing more or less than ashes, could not be identified either.
At the time of the attack, Dresden had no anti-aircraft guns and no military defence. It possessed no military industry at all and served as a shelter for refugees from the East, many of them ill, starving, emaciated and disabled. Indeed, many roofs of buildings where they were housed were marked with huge red crosses.
On that terrible night from 12th to 13th February 1945, one of the greatest war criminals of all time, Winston Churchill, was complicit, indeed instrumental in the senseless, pointless mass-murder of around half a million unarmed, helpless citizens, mostly women, children, the disabled and the aged.
“It cannot be disputed that the principles of international law forbade total carpeting bombing …..The historians considered the indiscriminate bombing as an abomination, but refused to lay the whole guilt on Air Marshall Sir Arthur Harris or the Bomber Command. According to them, the entire staff of the RAF, but even more the political leaders, especially Churchill and Roosevelt, plus the majority of their peoples shared the burden of guilt.” The joint conclusions of military historians from five countries at a conference in Freiburg, 1988
On the 13th February 1990, exactly forty-five years after the destruction of Dresden, the British historian David Irving, spoke in Dresden. In his speech, Irving quoted the banksters’ stooge and war criminal, Churchill, thus… “I don’t want any suggestions how to destroy militarily important targets around Dresden. I want suggestions as to how we can roast the 600,000 refugees from Breslau in Dresden.”
But for Churchill, simply ‘roasting’ Germans was nothing like enough. On the morning after the firebombing of Dresden, he personally gave the order for low-flying planes to machine-gun the survivors on the banks of the river Elbe where they had dragged themselves to try and find shelter from the suffocating heat by water immersion.
However, to backtrack slightly, as the morning of the 12th February 1945 dawned in Dresden, the streets and squares were filled with refugees and the meadows and parks had been transformed into huge camps. When the fatal hour approached, about 1,130,000 people were living in Dresden.
Dresden’s citizens barely had time to reach their bomb shelters, but as it would turn-out, these shelters became death traps anyway. The first bomb fell at 10.09pm and the attack lasted 24 minutes, leaving the inner city a raging sea of fire. Precision saturation bombing had created the desired firestorm.
A firestorm is engendered when hundreds of smaller fires join together and become one vast conflagration. Huge volumes of oxygen are drawn-in to feed the inferno, causing an artificial tornado. Those persons unlucky enough to be caught in the rush of wind can be hurled down the entire length of a street into the flames. Those who seek refuge underground often suffocate as oxygen is extracted from the air to feed the blaze or they perish in a blast of white heat, intense enough to melt human flesh and bone, leaving no visible trace. Indeed, such was the power of the conflagration that night that air was sucked from basements and sewers where the populace hid in large numbers, suffocating many hundreds or even thousands, to death.
Another eyewitness who survived told of seeing, “young women carrying babies running up and down the streets, their dresses and hair on fire, screaming until they fell down, or the collapsing buildings fell on top of them.”
There was a three-hour pause between the first and second raids. The lull had been calculated to lure civilians from their shelters into the open again. To escape the flames, tens of thousands of civilians had crowded into the Grosser Garten,’ a beautiful area of parkland nearly one and a half miles square in area.
The second raid came at 1.22 am with no warning as the early warning sirens had been destroyed in the first attack, probably along with their operators. Twice as many bombers returned with another massive payload of incendiary bombs. The second wave was intended to spread the raging firestorm into the Grosser Garten and it was a complete success. Within a few minutes a sheet of flame ripped across the grass, uprooting trees and littering the branches of others with everything from bicycles to human limbs. For days afterward, they remained bizarrely strewn about as grim reminders of Allied sadism.
At the start of the second air assault, many were still huddled in tunnels and cellars, waiting for the fires of the first attack to die down. At 1.30 am an ominous rumble reached the ears of the commander of a Labour Service convoy sent into the city on a rescue mission. He described it this way…
“The detonation shook the cellar walls. The sound of the explosions mingled with a new, stranger sound which seemed to come closer and closer, the sound of a thundering waterfall; it was the sound of a mighty tornado howling in the inner city.”
Others hiding below ground died, but they died painlessly – they simply glowed bright orange and blue in the darkness and as the heat intensified, they either disintegrated into ashes or melted into a thick liquid, three to four feet deep in places. Shortly after 10.30 am on the morning of the 14th of February, the last raid swept over the city. American fighter-bombers pounded the rubble that had been Dresden for a full forty minutes, but this attack was not nearly as heavy as the first two.
However, what distinguished this raid was the cold-blooded ruthlessness with which it was carried out. US Mustangs appeared low over the city, strafing anything that moved with machine gun fire, including a column of rescue vehicles rushing to the city to evacuate survivors. One assault was aimed at the banks of the Elbe River, where refugees had huddled together during this terrible night.
In the last year of the war, Dresden had become a hospital town. During the previous night’s massacre, heroic uninjured individuals had dragged thousands of the devastatingly injured to the banks of the Elbe to escape the worst ravages of the firestorm. The low-flying American Mustangs machine-gunned those people and their helpless charges, as well as thousands of elderly and children who had escaped the city and when the last plane had departed, Dresden was a scorched ruin, its blackened streets filled with corpses. The city was not even spared further horror. A flock of vultures that had escaped from the ruins of the zoo, fed on the carnage and rats also swarmed over the piles of corpses.
In Dresden, the Allied airmen under the orders of the Elite butchers fronted by the sadistic Churchill, murdered several hundreds of thousands people in one single, hellish night and destroyed countless cultural treasures. Women who were giving birth to children in the delivery rooms of the burning hospitals jumped out of the windows, but within minutes, these mothers and their children, who were still hanging at the umbilical cords, were reduced to ashes too. Thousands of people whom the incendiary bombs had transformed into living torches, jumped into the ponds, lakes and rivers, but phosphorus continues to burn even in the water and is indeed ‘fed’ by water. Even the animals from the zoo, elephants, lions and others, desperately headed for the water, together with the humans. But all of them, the new-born children, the mothers, the old men, the wounded soldiers and the innocent animals from the zoo and the stables, horribly perished in the name of ‘liberation’.
What justification is there for this utterly repugnant behaviour? Is it revenge, hatred, blood-lust or ritual sacrifice? I believe it is a mixture of all of these, but I do know one thing for sure and that is that no sane, balanced, rational human being behaves in this disgraceful, cowardly fashion. The people who order these grotesque atrocities are undoubtedly clinical psychopaths with no empathy for the plight of their fellow man, whatsoever.
All German towns and cities with a population greater than 50,000 were from 50% to 80% destroyed. Cologne with a population greater than Glasgow’s was turned into a moonscape. Hamburg was totally destroyed and as any as 50,000 civilians died in the most appalling circumstances. As Hamburg burned, the winds feeding the three-mile high flames reached twice hurricane speed to exceed 200 miles per hour. On the outskirts of the city, trees three feet in diameter were sucked from the ground by the unnatural forces of these winds and hurled miles into the city-inferno, as were vehicles, men, women and children.
The Zionist-German émigré Professor Frederick Lindemann, Churchill’s friend and scientific advisor had by the closing period of the war, become Lord Cherwell. He submitted a plan to the War Cabinet on 30th March 1942, urging that German working-class houses, being closer together yielded a ‘greater flesh-incineration-per-bomb,’ so they should be targeted in preference to military objectives, the latter being more difficult to hit. Middle-class homes had too much space around them, he explained. He was of course, not prosecuted for this ghastly new war-crime, hitherto undreamt-of. Lindemann enthusiastically supported the infamous Morgenthau Plan, which Churchill subsequently enthusiastically endorsed.
Lindemann met with Churchill almost daily during the war and wielded more influence than any other civilian adviser. Whilst Lindemann and Churchill agreed on most matters, however, when they did not, Lindemann reportedly worked unceasingly to change Churchill’s mind. He was no lover of humanity, as illustrated by the following quotes… “To consolidate the rule of supermen –to perpetuate the British Empire [i.e. the NWO] – one need only remove the ability of slaves to see themselves as slaves.” Lindemann suggested that science create a race of humans with “the mental make-up of the worker bee…” that would do all of the menial work while not being concerned about individual rights. “…placid content rules in the bee-hive or ant-heap.”
One of Roosevelt’s first great feats as President had been the gigantic gold swindle (otherwise known as the Gold Trading Act of 1934,) which officially committed the US government to support the Zionist banksters in their manipulation of the price of gold. It was FDR and his openly Zionist Secretary of the Treasury, Henry Morgenthau Jr., who were instrumental in bringing this plot to fruition, after a tussle with the Supreme Court. Morgenthau later said… “If the Supreme Court had decided against us, we had legislation ready to push through Congress which would have given us the same result.” This Morgenthau was the son of the Henry Morgenthau who paid Woodrow Wilson’s way into the White House in 1912 so that Wilson could appoint him as US Ambassador to Turkey, where world Zionists were completing the details of the Communist Revolution in Russia.
Morgenthau was also the author of the infamous Morgenthau Plan which proposed wiping-out the German race in 1944, and which was also broadcast to the German army and caused the lives of thousands of British and Americans to be sacrificed, because the Germans were forewarned as to what would happen after they surrendered. This Plan, so determined in its ruthlessness that it aroused the horror of the entire non-bankster civilised world, was absolutely typical of Jewish/Communist efforts to slaughter whole nations.
Churchill, the unspeakable monster who ordered the Dresden slaughter, was knighted, and the rest is ‘history.’ The cold-blooded sadism of the massacre, however, was brushed aside by his many biographers, who still can never quite bring themselves to inform the world how the desire of one ‘bought and paid for’ madman to ‘impress’ a group of even madder-men, led to the genocide of up to a half million men, women and children in one truly appalling night.