On today’s show I was joined by Ian Verner Macdonald, a World War 2 veteran, to talk about his life, and the truth about Winston Churchill.
Ian first took us on a fascinating journey through his life (that you can read details of on his website at the link below), I then read and Ian commented on his excellent letter about Winston Churchill, which I replicate in full below:
June 10, 2017
Re: Churchill: the Movie (NP June 9, 2017)
Churchill certainly acted on occasion as a “doddering fool” as portrayed in the new movie Churchill, reviewed by Chris Knight’ (NP June 9, 2017). However, to dismiss his disastrous seeming ineptitude as merely drunken stupidity, hardly does him credit. The Great Man was arguably the most profoundly evil war criminal of all time. He was also probably the greatest con-artist ever, spellbinding the media and whole otherwise-sane populations into thinking WWII was a splendid idea, even though the catastrophic experience of WWI was still within recent living memory.
In 1939, Churchill and his “War Party” campaigned for war against Germany in the full knowledge that the real threat to Western Civilization was Bolshevist Russia, not our cultured Christian German kinfolk who had done nothing to harm us. Clear confirmation of his perfidy emerged when Germany and Russia invaded Poland and Britain declared war only on Germany’ when the occasion called for neutrality and eventually a NATO-style alliance to overthrow the cruel Soviet dictatorship and liberate its terrorized subjects.
Britain had a second chance to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in 1940 when Hitler offered a munificent peace treaty that would have saved the British Empire and millions of lives, but Churchill, inflamed by hatred imparted by his secret, vengeful Zionist paymasters, rejected the offers and doomed Britain, and Western Civilization to inevitable collapse.
For this calamitous, contrived blunder and his many other fatal decisions, “that Bastard Churchill”, as he was known to colleagues who understood him, does not deserve enshrinement in movies as a statesman, no matter how inept, but rather should be condemned in perpetuity as an arch-traitor and war monger supreme, responsible for incalculable loss of life and loss of freedom, especially freedom of speech, by survivors and their descendants
Churchill’s image as a competent and fearless leader is a myth that can be demolished easily by any objective, intrepid researcher. The myth originated when Churchill was sent to South Africa as a young correspondent to cover the Boer War. To create a story, he persuaded a gullible local British Commander to send an armoured train into Boer territory and to take him along. The Boers readily captured the train, taking the troops and Churchill prisoner. Churchill, left unguarded, easily “escaped”, and was given undeserved acclaim, while the British Commander was reprimanded for his folly.
The notoriety helped Churchill win a seat in Parliament and eventually appointment as First Lord of the Admiralty, He soon revealed his bloated ego and incompetence in the Dardanelles Campaign when thousands of Australians and New Zealanders were mindlessly sacrificed in a hopeless assault (a lethal stupidity Churchill repeated when he sent Canadian soldiers to be slaughtered on the impassable beach-front at Dieppe).
In the mid-‘thirties, the discredited warmonger, after accepting large payments from Jewish-American millionaires to stave off his impending bankruptcy, formed a group known as the “War Party” that strongly urged Britain to make war on Germany. After war was declared and the British Army quickly defeated, Britain was left defenceless, but spared by the pro-British Hitler who allowed the 300,000 man British Army to leave France unhindered. and offered Britain an honourable peace that would have preserved the Empire intact, with German military protection if required. Although Hitler’s magnanimity made possible the “miracle of Dunkirk”, Churchill, contemptuously and contemptibly, rejected the peace offer, sealing the fate of hundreds of millions, dooming Western Christian civilization and sacrificing his own country, simply to satisfy his quest for Supreme War Lord status and to satisfy his Shylockian Zionist paymasters.
As for hero status, he was a coward, cynically trashing the lives of trusting subjects, military and civilian, while ensuring his own safety (during the Blitz, Churchill would leave London when Intelligence informed him of an impending Luftwaffe attack, then return to bomb sites as soon as the raid ended for photo-ops, giving the impression he had shared the danger).
To satisfy his blood-lust and ensure, before the war’s end, his place as the most indefatigably sadistic war criminal of WWII, he ordered the fire-bombing of the undefended City of Dresden, knowing it was packed with women and children fleeing the rapacious Red Army and that most would be burned alive in the holocaust. (W/C “Giff” Gifford of St. John, NB, who unwittingly led an RCAF Squadron in the diabolical attack said, upon learning of the purpose and result of the raid (as told to the Senate CBC “Valour & Horror” enquiry) that he “felt remorse every day” for the rest of his life for the murder of the innocents and mindless obliteration of Europe’s most beautiful architectural treasures).
Churchill was my childhood hero for whom I was – literally, by enlisting in Air Crew – prepared to die. I now see him for what he was; a drunken, unscrupulous, corrupt, cynical, racist, immoral, dishonest, self-serving arch-traitor. Ironically, it was his nation’s would-be saviour, the much reviled Adolf Hitler, whom I was taught to hate, and who graciously offered an optimum solution which would have handed Britain not only a real victory but also would have liberated Stalin’s terrified subjects. A genuine statesman, he would have made possible a permanent Pax Germanicus-Britannicus-Americanus that would have freed the Western Democracies from rule by a cunning, parasitical, hostile, powerful Enemy Within (against whom Hitler repeatedly warned) who were (and are) a far greater threat to our freedom than ever was posed by our resurgent, friendly, compatible, cultured German kin..
Churchill became an icon by combining outrageous chutzpah with cunning, deception, duplicity and unmatched eloquence but as a leader was hardly more competent than Steven Harper, and couldn’t hold a candle to Mackenzie King, or Hitler, for that matter. Most young Canadians of my era fell for his oratory, and many paid with their lives.
Had justice prevailed, Churchill would have been charged, convicted and hanged as the greatest war criminal of WWII, if not of all time. By declaring war, then prolonging the war instead of accepting Hitler’s generous offer of an honourable peace in 1940, he caused 150 million unnecessary casualties, incalculable suffering, destroyed Britain, the country he cynically pretended to save, eliminated Christian Germany as a bulwark against the genocidal Soviet dictatorship, betrayed Poland into Stalin’s clutches and, calamitously, as it turned out, abandoned innocent, defenceless Palestinians to the tender mercies of sadistic, predatory Zionists.
Churchill set the stage for the Cold War, Middle East wars, Third World chaos, ethnic conflict, refugee invasions and subversion of the Western Christian democracies, leaving them under hostile Jewish hegemony – a much more deadly threat to their race, traditions, property, freedom and ultimate survival than the invented threat posed by Hitler’s Germany. Had it not been for Churchill’s diabolical treachery, which cannot be excused by mere bouts of drunken megalomania, the world today would be, in every respect, a far better and safer place.
Ian V. Macdonald
Ex-RCAF, RNFAA, Canadian Foreign Service rtd.
Author “Star Weekly at War”, “OTTAWA – the Golden Years” etc
Member, Dominion Command, Royal Canadian Legion
Special thanks to Lady Michèle Renouf for putting Ian and I in touch, so we could record this show.