Truth Seekers Will Be Forever Maligned
By Christine Miller
About a month ago I forced myself to watch Churchill’s Secret on Wisconsin Public TV. The program dealt with Winston’s stroke in 1953 and was, as I expected, most complimentary in emphasizing his pluck. In reality it was not Churchill’s secret, but the media which censored the fact of his stroke.
After having watched Churchill’s Secret I checked out the title, Clementine, by Sonia Purnell, from our library. Most of the information in this article is from that book. On page 388 Purnell informs us: “His towering reputation cross the globe was secure…”
But, does this author realize what a devastating picture she has painted of the man? I do not think so. The media still love Churchill and have an undying hatred for Hitler. We know, or should know, that the media can make a sow’s ear out of a silk purse and change a silk purse into a sow’s ear. Churchill was the latter.
Clement Attlee described Churchill as fifty per cent genius and fifty per cent bloody fool. I see nothing of that genius, and Churchill’s being a fool was due to his megalomania which bordered on insanity. During WWII he became a visual dictator invoking fear, terrifying ministers, military commanders and officials. Even by his family’s account, that leadership style was “tyrannical.”
Alan Brooke called him an infantile tyrant. He was an alcoholic and a gambler. Roosevelt, another German hater, told his cabinet that he supposed Churchill was the best man England had, even if he was drunk half the time. Churchill’s wife Clementine was opposed to his gambling, rashness and financial irresponsibility. He bought a farm and houses which he could not afford. He insisted on having expensive, pale pink silk underpants for his “delicate skin.” He was easily satisfied with the best.
During WWI he made it to First Lord of the Admiralty. In 1915 he pushed his plan through to attack Germany’s ally, Turkey, which turned into a disaster, about 30,000 English soldiers, 8,700 Australians and 2,700 New Zealanders dying there. In order to refurbish his reputation he joined the English Army in France. As a major he saw the trenches but did not live in them. He wrote a letter to his wife: “Do you realize what a very important person a major is? 99 people out of a 100 in this great army have to touch their hats to me.”
His idea that batmen – military servants assigned to commissioned officers – should also act as bodyguards and willingly sacrifice their lives for their superiors was reportedly drowned out by laughter from his men (page 103).
When his little daughter Marigold died at the age of almost three, Churchill was all tears, but for others not his useful friends and family he had no empathy. He said the Palestinians were barbaric hordes who ate little but camel dung. It did not occur to him that they were a poor, abused people.
He was a gourmand. When out of power and having to rely on reduced meat rations he threw a fit at his staff. Contemplating the restive population in northwest Asia he lamented the squeamishness of colleagues who were not in favour of using poisoned gas against uncivilized tribes. He presided over the 1943 famine in Bengal, chuckling at the prospect of reducing “a population that bred like rabbits.” His private nurse, Roy Howells, found him exhausting: “He drained the people around him of every last drop of energy.”
To me that sounds like a vampire.
Hitler’s ennobling gesture
The anti-German bias of author Sonia Purnell is revealed by her calling the rout of the English army at Dunkirk “a miraculous rescue.” It was no miracle. And that brings me to Adolf Hitler. England and France declared war on Germany. Hitler wanted peace, and made repeated peace offerings to England. The Germans at that time could have captured the English army –as was suggested by Hitler’s generals. But Hitler, as a sign of good will, let all those soldiers return to England.
While Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin were vainglorious egotists thinking mainly of themselves, Hitler only thought about Germany. Stalin had many statues erected to himself, Hitler none. During that short war against Poland, Hitler inspected the front. His underlings, wanting to please him, brought tables with tablecloths and flowers to the line. Hitler was not pleased. He left in disgust. He was a vegetarian and lived frugally. But he did everything for the workers. His having organized Kraft durch Freude gave many workers for the first time a chance to see the big world. But the ships were not allowed into any English harbour, as British workers were not to see how well the National Socialist Workers’ Party treated its members.
Adolf Hitler was both an animal lover and a non-meat eater
No leader was ever loved more by the German people than Adolf Hitler
Adored by both adults and children
Always willing to stop and show his appreciation to the youth of Germany who loved him
The Churchills paid their staff poorly, but expected perfection. Not many stayed long; there was a continuous turnover.
Hitler’s staff loved him, especially his secretaries, because he took personal interest in their well-being. But there was never any sex involved. He remained faithful to his Eva and she to him. The Churchills employed sex, gourmand cooking, and the grandeur of English mansions to seduce the Americans. Pamela Churchill, married to Randolph Churchill, son of the future prime minister, had a steamy affair with Averell Harriman who pushed for the Lend-Lease Act. This affair was approved by the otherwise puritanical Clementine Churchill.
“Hitler took a country that was defeated, starving and decadent and brought it back politically, economically and morally, while Churchill had an empire and lost it.”
Hitler took a country that was defeated, starving and decadent and brought it back politically, economically and morally, while Churchill had an empire and lost it.
When Croesus, King of Lydia, asked the oracle at Delphi about the outcome of an upcoming battle, the answer was, “You will destroy a great empire.” It was his own. In old age Churchill became very despondent. In a lucid moment, he said, “We butchered the wrong pig,” meaning Germany instead of Soviet Russia.
In reality, Churchill was the pig. He loved to show himself in the nude to his visitors. they described him as “a rosy piggy.” When Winston was in the White House and Roosevelt came to see him, Winston received him in the nude. “Mr. President, as you see, I have nothing to hide from you.”
Churchill died in 1965 and received a hero’s funeral, but he lived long enough to see Germany’s resurgence and the English empire’s demise. Churchill divides men, the majority of whom will always side with the victor even if he’s a Mephisto leading to destruction, while others – truth seekers, a tiny minority – will be forever maligned.
Christine B. Miller is the American author of Reality Check, a book containing Letters to the Marshfield New Herald, Correspondence with the Marshfield (Wisconsin) Board of Education, Articles published in Community News and Articles published in First Freedom. Christine Miller was born in Muensterhausen, Bavaria in 1935 and at a very early age took an avid interest in history and politics. She lived throughout the reign of National Socialism in Germany and at the age of 21 immigrated to the United States. Her letters and articles are a ringing endorsement supportive of Adolf Hitler and National Socialism and exposes of the litany of lies against Germany and Hitler including the greatest of all lies the alleged “Jewish Holocaust”.
Christine Miller can be contacted at: email@example.com