Why General Patton was murdered-Audio Book Eustace Mullins
General Patton, Commander of the U.S. Army invading Germany, the "knight of the armoured divisions". A
descendant of the American pioneers, he thought of Nazism as a satanic evil. The propagandists, journalists and statesmen said so, anyway, so far as he was aware. He arrived in Germany hating it.
He believed that the nazis must be punished. Then, a German dairymaid living in the neighbourhood of his H.Q. happened to come his way, and during a casual conversation she told him about the
things happening behind the "villa of the commandant", i.e. his house. She described how the milk intended for the cities was dumped in the roads by the military police on the order of the Morgenthau
boys, how, no longer Nazis but ordinary German soldiers were detained in crowded internment camps just because they did their duty, how the workers had been expelled from their homes out of
revenge by the former inmates of the concentration camps, and how Jewish doctors in the hospitals recommended that every fourth newborn baby should be killed with an injection because there was not
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