How Hitler was led into war by the international banking elite
Grant J. Kidney — Adolf Hitler didn’t necessarily want to trigger a second world war. Rather, he was led in to it by the international banking elite who saw Germany as a grave threat in so far as they had removed themselves from the global economic paradigm, creating a 100% German based currency.
“It was not my ambition to wage wars but to build up a new social state of the highest culture.”- Adolf Hitler
Hitler’s referred to ‘new social state’ was of course an envisioned, world totalitarian regime. So just because he didn’t necessarily plot the course of the second world war does not mean that he wasn’t a mad man of the sickest variety.
WW2 was essentially one form of dictatorship versus the next. The Axis powers sought to create a global fascist state, jackboots and all. On the other side of the fence, the Allies sought to instate a more subtle form of tyranny based on economic manipulation. It is clear which side ultimately won the struggle.
Disclaimer: In the following video, Hitler raves against Jewish interests. Obviously enough, Hitler’s views are not endorsed by this website.