Historians and The Allegory of the Cave

Sometimes there is more, well actually less, to a war than all the historians, theorists, psychologists and politicians understand. They write books analyzing all the “reasons.” This, whether the authors know it or not, works as a great cover story for those really behind the manipulations.

Take Vlad Putin‘s invasion of Ukraine. It all really started in 2014 when Viktor Yanukovich was ousted by Ukraine’s parliament. To add insult to injury a Jew is now the president of Ukraine. Putin also assisted Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus when protests against his rule erupted (Foreign Policy).

The gods, or Controllers of Mordor (they are just people) get very angry when their process of taking over nations is interfered with. They use trickery to get their guys where they want them as in Case Study 31. Another example using reincarnation (in this case for oil) is Case Study 41. This is the way they take over countries. They do not like democracy. Their loyalists who rise to these positions quickly become “presidents for life.”

They will resort to war to keep their boys in the positions of power they helped them attain. They do this by influencing and manipulating leaders of other nations. Those other leaders may be superstitious, fooled or work for the Controllers in the first place.

In the future they will put loyalists in positions of power in nations surrounding the more powerful countries they intend to rule. Phil (calls himself Rommel because he’s a stolen glory mf) has been promised rule over Russia. What about the nations surrounding China?

It is also easier to invade and take over a neighboring country when one has allies in positions of power and influence in the target country. A military commander or politician of high status can sabotage a nation from within.

Have you considered the Third Reich’s invasion of France in 1940 was almost too easy? The British beat feet realizing the French were simply giving up. Winston Churchill could not convince French Prime Minister Paul Reynaud to continue the fight, even though the French forces outnumbered the Germans. This was by design.

After the French German Armistice was signed the government of the Vichy French was set up. They collaborated with the Nazis and even fought a naval battle against the US near Casablanca. The president of this puppet government was Philippe Petain.

Hermann von Boyen (20 June 1771 – 15 February 1848) was a Prussian military officer who fought in many wars and battles. He retied for 21 years and studied history. He was called back into active service by King Frederick William IV in 1841 appointing him War Minister. He received the rank of Field Marshall in 1847. A fortress in Lotzen was named after him.

Phillipe Petain (24 April 1856 – 23 July 1951) was a hero of France for his command of the French 2nd Army during the battle of Verdun. He served as Marshal of the French military during the interwar period. After the Fall of France in 1940 he became the head of the Vichy French government and was tried and convicted of treason after WWII. His sentence was commuted in June 1951 and he died about a month later.

This is Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana (21 February 1794 – 21 June 1876), 8th President of Mexico. Santa Ana was overly flexible in his politics. This allowed him to rise to power. He opposed the Revolution against Spain, then fought in support of it. He supported the Monarchy of Mexico, then fought against it. He touted himself as a great general but lost most of the wars he engaged in; notably the Texas Revolt and the Mexican American War. Despite this he became a military dictator in 1853 until he was ousted in 1855. In 1861, 6 years later, the Second French Intervention began that installed Maximilian I of Mexico until 1867. Hmmm. Santa Ana died in exile in 1876.

This is Paul Reynaud (15 October 1878 – 21 September 1966). Reynaud was the Prime Minister of France during the onset of hostilities in World War II. Reynaud opposed the Munich agreement allowing Germany part of Czechoslovakia. 5 days after the Germans invaded France, Reynaud contacted Churchill and famously remarked, “We have been defeated… we are beaten; we have lost the battle…. The front is broken near Sedan.” Churchill, realizing his forces were chained to a corpse, began preparation for the Evacuation at Dunkirk.

Reynaud’s surrender was quite handy for the Nazis, that’s why he was put in France.

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