Monday, March 13, 2017

Who Really Won World War II?

Recently, I’ve been considering who won World War II.  Obviously, I’m not saying the Nazis won nor the Japanese.  They clearly surrendered and their countries were entirely remade into a bunch of whiny pussies.

So, both Germany and Japan are the official losers.  And officially, Britain, the United States, and the Soviet Union won the war.

But did the Allied power really win?

Great Britain, though on the side of the victors, lost what was left of its empire.  Just 50 years earlier, it was an empire where the sun never set.  By the end of WWII, it was merely an island country with a destroyed infrastructure and a broken people.

And, given the caliber of the people living there now, I don’t think they’ve really recovered all the much.  Their culture puts the far-Left in the US to shame sometimes with their insane welfare system and their abominable promotion of sodomy.  The BBC still has a policy in place that refuses to talk about Jesus, like He never existed and didn’t affect history in anyway.

So Great Britain didn’t really win the war, they barely survived it.

The United States won the Western front and the Pacific theater officially.  It was resounding victory that put the US on the map.  Before WWII, the United States was merely a contender in the industrial world economy.  Now, with its infrastructure intact and most of its young men alive and healthy, the US dominated the world economy in nearly every way.

But as soon as the war was over, the Soviet Union challenged the West.  They already had established a massive spy network within the US government and they used it to gain new technologies, such as the atomic bomb, and were able to create favorable treaties at the end of the war.  Indeed, it wouldn’t surprise me if the Rosenbergs and Alger Hiss had statues in their honor somewhere in the former USSR.

On top of that, the United States began to experiment on its own people with social engineering, usually indirectly.  Mass marketing, subsidized soft scientific experiments, and MKUltra.  On top of that, the civil rights activists of the 50s and 60s took government jobs and turned their ideology into law through regulation and executive decree.

Meanwhile, the Soviet Union decided to overthrow America indirectly.  They knew that they could never overcome the US through outright warfare, but decided to use their network of spies to create subversive movements, change the nature of entertainment culture, and encourage white guilt.

By and large, the Soviet Union seems to have succeeded beyond their wildest dreams.  Despite their utter collapse and destruction as an economic power and a country, their legacy lives on in the United States.  Their spies were never Russian, but American who wanted communism to spread throughout the world.  And despite the fall of the Soviet Union, they carried on.

Given how much communism has become entrenched in Europe and the United States in spite of the fall of the Soviet Union, I’d argue that ultimately the Soviet Union won World War II.  They gained more territory, they kept their spy network intact, and they managed to ensure that communist regimes would rise up in many other places around the world.

The United States, on the other hand, allowed all of this to happen.  Despite the war wariness of the US, the Soviets were really in no position to fight us, especially with the existence of the atomic bomb.  We could have easily conquered the USSR in 1945.

But hindsight is 20/20.  What we need to do now is recognize what happened and restore our country to what it was.  This means purging the communist operatives in our governments, universities, entertainment culture, and mainstream media outlets.  This means rejecting the Leftist ideals in favor of the right-wing and it means bringing Christian discourse back into the public spotlight.  It means deporting the millions of people who are not assimilating into American culture.

Because true American culture is Christianity, Liberty, and Republicanism.

This all begins with recognizing how we got here and understanding what really happened in our recent history, not what our goddamn high school textbooks tell us to believe.