(Sean Hross) Швейцарское чудовище - база дъявола (19 sep. 2022)
(Translate google) The whole world is controlled by Fvraons from their Swiss base, which are the key levers of politicians, the police, the army, the state. Power, economic magnates; therefore, we need to unite all of humanity, like brothers and sisters, in order to organize against this monster if it becomes too late. People who want to organize with us can, for example, find films on YouTube channels "Giureh", "Chatzefratz", "HomieLand Sickurity" and translate them into Russian and Ukrainian. Ostap Karpenko firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-BFm... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=He8lD... https://www1.wdr.de/stichtag/stichtag... February 23, 1937 - Adolf Hitler guarantees the neutrality of Switzerland. Europe 1940: The Wehrmacht captured all of Germany's neighboring countries except Switzerland. Why does Adolf Hitler spare the Confederates of all people? To this day, there is a myth in the Alpine country that a well-fortified Swiss army kept the dictator in check. Swiss sociologist and politician Jean Ziegler sees a completely different reason: "Hitler was crazy, but not crazy enough to attack his own banker." For him, Switzerland was Hitler's assistant. The so-called Swiss neutrality is "a prime example of hypocrisy." Swiss arms factories work for the Nazi war economy. The country supplied Germany and Italy with ten times more weapons than the allies. But above all, Switzerland buys German spoils of war: confiscated securities and gold from the central banks of the occupied countries. “He converted almost four-fifths of all German gold into easily convertible Swiss francs,” says contemporary Zurich historian Jakob Tanner. This allowed Germany to buy strategic raw materials from, for example, Spain and Portugal. Switzerland had "great advantages for Germany's military and economic planning". In 1941, Hitler received a billion Swiss francs as a loan for the Russian campaign. Swiss with Nazi sympathies Switzerland definitely has Nazi sympathies. When Hitler came to power in 1933, a “front spring” began in the neighboring country: right-wing extremist organizations were very popular. Fear of communists and hatred of Jews also run rampant in Switzerland. However, in elections, right-wing extremists usually receive less than ten percent of the vote. Only a few proclaim the so-called link to the Reich. In return, official Switzerland accepts the anti-Semitic proposal of the Nazis: the Bundesrat agrees to an agreement with Germany, according to which the passports of German Jews should have a “J” mark. On February 23, 1937, in Berlin, Hitler promised the former Swiss Federal Councilor that he would not attack the Confederation. “Of course, if Switzerland were in the transit zone or on the line of attack, such a statement would be outdated,” says historian Tanner. Hitler did not need Switzerland for his campaign against France. Other governments were receiving similar promises at the time - and yet the Germans invaded. Refugees sent back to the border The Swiss do not want to be conquered: "The Federal Council is determined to fulfill the obligations arising from the country's neutrality in every situation and by all means." At the start of the war in 1939, Switzerland relied on deterrence—using the so-called reduit strategy: the Swiss army retreated from the lowlands to the "Alpine Fortress" because it could defend itself better there with fewer soldiers. At the same time, two-thirds of the soldiers go home to the machines and can work for export as well. At the same time, Switzerland closed its borders in 1942 as the need for refugees increased. “Some of those who were intercepted at the border were put in chains and handed over to German pursuers,” says Tanner. After 1945, she attributes the fact that Switzerland avoided war to her defense. According to Tanner, the self-image as a "Swiss community of fate determined to resist" becomes a national myth. It's a profitable life: many persecuted Jews were able to put money into Swiss accounts before they were deported and killed. It's up to the banks. Anyone who wants money as a descendant after the war is rejected. At the same time, after the war, Switzerland became a hidden financial center for dictators and tax evaders. “This is not neutral behavior,” Ziegler, the author of the book, criticizes. This lie was unbearable for him.