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Almost nothing the government and the dark state have said in the past 100 years is true. The great WW2 narrative has completely fallen apart.

Memorializing a massive mistake

Already, nearly one-third of Americans either aren’t sure or believe that US involvement in WWII was a mistake. They’re absolutely right to doubt the wisdom or the justice of US military involvement, particularly on Memorial Day. WWII was a massive mistake for Americans, a far more catastrophic and costly mistake than Korea, Vietnam and Afghanistan combined, with serious consequences that led directly to the decline of the American nation and the expected collapse of the USA as a political entity.

I can assure you that if every U.S. citizen were to read Stalin’s War, which is an excellent and well-sourced revisionist history by Sean McMeekin that relies heavily upon Soviet records that were not available before 1989, that 32 percent figure would rise to at least 98 percent.

Read the whole thing.