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Why the Hell Do The Jews Not Want Us To Watch This Video?

PostSat Jul 22, 2017 5:51 pm

BBC: "The Savage Peace": Post-WWII Retaliation against Minorities

A link to this 73 minute long video that works as of July 29, 2017 is at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3HpgBpIwlg

When I first posted this topic the following link worked: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8kh_X-7ojY Anyone who clicks on this link now will see the following message:
This video contains content from BBC Worldwide, who has blocked it on copyright grounds.
That somebody does not want us to know the other side of the story is a good reason for everyone to watch it. If it is OK for the Jews to flood the media with the fake holocaust stories, why can't the public learn about the REAL HOLOCAUST that was inflicted on Germans both during and after WWII ?

A seven minute clip from this video is at https://wiki2.org/en/German_minority_in_Poland

I did a Google search for "BBC: "The Savage Peace": Post-WWII Retaliation against Minorities" and found more links to the video about how savagely Germans were treated after the end of WWII. I hope that this video will survive the Jews attempts to keep the public from watching it.

The article below about the video about is at http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/tv-and-radio-reviews/11624618/1945-The-Savage-Peace-review.html

By Gerard O'Donovan
11:00PM BST 24 May 2015
I’ve watched so many harrowing war documentaries linked to World War and Holocaust commemorations recently, I sometimes fear my capacity to be shocked will be blunted. Then a film like 1945: The Savage Peace (BBC Two) comes along, and reboots the scale of man’s inhumanity to man.

Peter Molloy’s documentary told the little-known story of post-Second World War reprisals against ethnic Germans in Eastern Europe, unearthing – in often gruesome archive footage and painful eyewitness testimony – crimes committed against the vanquished that have gone largely unacknowledged for 70 years. All too understandably, after the horrors inflicted by the Nazis on civilian populations throughout Europe, few of the victors had the inclination or ability to prevent the venting of vengeance on those held responsible (however wrongly) for supporting Hitler’s occupying regimes.

Molloy’s film was most effective in highlighting the scale and savagery of the reprisals – shootings, forced death marches, the rape of two million German women and children, the public humiliation, torture and execution of countless ethnic Germans, particularly in Czechoslovakia and Poland.

Less impressively, the film didn’t seem concerned about acknowledging the enormity of horror inflicted on Czechs and Poles (and others) to inspire such savage retaliation. And too often there was a tendency to equate crimes of vengeance with the systematic industrial-scale inhumanity of the Third Reich. Many viewers may also have felt that the film’s condemnation of the postwar expulsion of ethnic Germans from Eastern Europe as “the largest ethnic cleansing in history” wasn’t only too strident but downright insensitive.

Still, few would deny that this was a deeply thought-provoking documentary. By giving voice to just a few of the millions whose lives were ruined by the peace rather than the war, Malloy shed new light on a very dark time in Europe’s history.

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