Fascism: A History | RT Documentary

Fascism: A History | RT Documentary

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north atlantic alliance reconnaissance aircraft and warships cruising close to russia's borders have become commonplace along with military hardware redeployment and large-scale exercises nato has also developed its offensive capability near the russian borders [Music] every year a russian-backed resolution is submitted to the un against the glorification of nazism [Music] the outcome is always the same
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the us votes against it and in recent years with ukrainian backing typically the eu abstains but with most countries voting in favor the document is accepted but it's only advisory peter kuznick a writer and history professor at the american university in washington summarizes the usa's official position the united states says that we're not going to prevent freedom of speech the united states says that even
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neo-nazis have the right to speak and to assemble a german journalist and filmmaker mark bartelmaie sees the ukrainian and us positions differently [Music] the modern western world generally considers hitler's nazism to be something atypical of european democracies fuhrer's doctrine on superior and inferior races rather appeared out of thin air in europe due to an unlucky turn of events the prerequisites for it had never existed before
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[Music] but here's the pre-world war map the uk had colonies in africa india china the commonwealth of australia asia north and south america france had captured half of africa and half of indochina belgium possessed congo germany had colonies in africa asia south america and oceania italy established colonies in somalia ethiopia libya and eritrea
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there were spanish colonies in south america and africa portugal occupied colonies several times its own size and population the usa also kept up with the europeans and so by the early 20th century most of the world was divided between a few colonial nations [Music] what was going on in the colonies is well known and documented millions of ruined lives slavery
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ruthless and remorseless exploitation a former british diplomat professor of political ideas and author william malinson has studied europe's colonial system and the reason for its rise and fall only one main thing is important for nazism internationally speaking and that is that nations or that states that are allowed to do anything are the master races and then you have the minor nations who are the slaves for the europeans the slaves were
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indians africans for hitler they were jews gypsies and slavs nazism is truly convenient it's a cynical justification for wiping out so-called inferior races and shamelessly robbing them at the same time [Music] long before the third reich appeared nazism had been common in the west [Music] there is only one sane and logical thing to be done with a rarely inferior race
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and that is to exterminate it h.g wells english author all these racial ideas and anti-jewish ideas were circulating everywhere in europe and this led or helped to so-called justify the grabbing of other people's resources around the world including what is today the united states of america and has it has anything altered only the colors i do not admit for instance that a great wrong has been done to the red indians of america
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a stronger race a higher grade race has come in and taken their place winston churchill the second quote refers to the genocide of native americans that continued for around 300 years about 90 percent of the continent's indigenous peoples were wiped out counter-terrorist expert and former us army analyst scott bennett investigates crimes against humanity [Music] the american indians were seen as a scourge as a social
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pariah that needed to be expunged expelled and exterminated from much of the the eastern seaboard the elimination of so-called inferior races and extermination camps were typical of the west hitler had hardly come up with anything new blankfentane 1901 british concentration camp mauthausen 1945 a nazi extermination camp
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[Applause] [Music] the western world did fairly well living off exploiting its colonies the british empire was extremely profitable for the british the french tried to to copy [Music] in his books and articles paul craig roberts professor of economics and well-known journalist and former u.s assistant secretary of the treasury for economic policy analyzes the economic
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factors destabilizing the world i don't think that we can attribute european colonialism to anything other than uh money making the sun never set on the british empire the colonies were were everywhere and this empire is far far older than than the nazis [Applause] i like the british people their colonial policy was unthinkable adolf hitler
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fascism is always attributed to the third rank without mentioning how other countries contributed to the idea [Music] [Applause] this team this fascism starts with [Music] [Music] in his books anton letzer a history professor gives a thorough analysis of the reasons that brought germany to war the deutsche industry for anti-dodgers industry
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water awful about me for the american monopoly a lot of elements in britain and france and the united states were probe fascists sympathetics to hitler into mussolini american business was in bed with the with the nazis throughout most of the 30s and into the early 40s the standard oil company sent crude oil to the germans on a monthly basis and collaborated with ig farben the conglomerate that produced the
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zyklon b gas used against people sent into the gas chambers [Music] about half of wehrmacht vehicles were produced by opel which was owned by the american company general motors before 1940 [Music] ford supplied the german army with motor cars and crewed rubber [Music] in july 1938 for his support of nazi germany the american manufacturer henry
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ford received the third rack's highest possible award for a foreigner the order of the german eagle hitler's afternoon henry is [Music] [Music] oh [Music] the 20th century saw a confrontation between two opposing systems capitalism and socialism the example of the soviet union that proclaimed equality of all nations and all classes of society posed
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a threat to capitalism the united states and great britain were equally suspicious of the soviet union it was communism it was seen as a direct threat to the democratic capitalist systems in the west and so they were as uneasy with the soviet union as they were with germany [Music] 1938 the austrian angelus the petition of czechoslovakia by
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germany poland and hungary the beginning of world war ii having realized the danger in march 1939 the soviet union proposed an anti-fascist alliance to western countries this is trying to rally the west make a stand with them against fascism they opposed munich they opposed allowing hitler into czechoslovakia but nobody would do that so it wasn't just in 1939 when the soviets proposed an alliance
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with britain and france against hitler it had been actually throughout the late last half of the 1930s that the soviets were pushing for that had that happened we could have stopped hitler we could have prevented the holocaust we could have prevented world war ii because hitler was weak and knew he was weak and he was bluffing and assuming that the west was not going to stand up to him that the west was hoping and many elements in the west were hoping that he was just going to go east and so
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in the 30s the soviets are the ones who are most strongly opposed to the nazis [Music] the moscow negotiations between the ussr uk and france had stalled because at the same time london hosted secret anglo-german negotiations in exchange for the british empire's integrity the british green-lit a german march to the east and despite the absence of a formal agreement
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hitler was given to understand that he was free to act in the east and shouldn't worry about the west [Music] when we speak of new territory in europe today we must principally think of russia that colossal empire in the east is ripe for dissolution adolf hitler mein kampf hitler makes clear in mind come in 1925 that the real goal
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is to take over ukraine and going to the east against the soviet union that was always hitler's real goal and the europeans understood that in some ways poland too was preparing to invade the ussr with hitler the dismemberment of russia lies at the heart of the polish policy in the east the main goal is to weaken and defeat russia from a report by the polish army general
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staff intelligence branch but hitler had other plans that didn't involve poland [Music] as well foreign [Music] is [Music] is but there were other facts too about which the west prefers to keep silent the molotov ribbon trapped pact was only signed after all leading european powers had made deals with hitler [Music]
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1933 germany france uk and italy signed the four power pact 1934 poland and germany sign a non-aggression declaration 1935 the uk and germany sign a naval agreement [Music] 1938 the uk france and italy agree to the partition of czechoslovakia between germany poland and hungary 1939
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latvia and estonia sign non-aggression pacts with germany and um [Music] foreign here's what well-known american author dean henderson thinks of past events poland and hungary invaded czechoslovakia before hitler invaded poland because poland and hungary were working already with the nazis and france and england basically threw
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czechoslovakia under the bus and they don't really want us to remember that part you see but they just abandoned them and again it had been for stalin coming on the eastern front they would abandon a lot more people in eastern europe as well [Music] however on september the 19th 2019 the european parliament adopted a resolution stating that it was germany and the ussr that paved the way for world war ii [Music] start um
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isn't extremely nationalistic [Music] but not everyone in the eu agrees with the official line of nevada stalin communism nazism in united europe seems keen to erase from history a very unflattering fact [Music] which is that officially war was declared on the soviet union by nazi
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germany along with italy vichy france the governments of slovakia hungary romania bulgaria and finland unofficially the war against the ussr involved norwegians danish and swiss as part of the viking and nordland ss divisions the dutch netherlands ss belgian ss volunteers the flanders legion the spanish blue division the albanian skanderberg ss as well as notoriously vicious ss officers from
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lithuania estonia and ukraine [Music] almost all of europe led by nazi germany took part in the slaughter of soviet nationals first and foremost slavic people then hitler was encounter the second front so lauded in the west was formed a mere 11 months before victory day when it became clear that the red army could manage on its own
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[Music] throughout most of the war the americans and the british were confronting 10 german divisions between us while the soviets were confronting more than 200 german divisions by themselves [Applause] [Music] and in march 1945 britain and the us enter into secret
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negotiations with germany to negotiate the surrender of german forces in northern italy [Music] is [Music] in his letter to president roosevelt stalin openly accuses the allies of negotiating a separate peace with germany already on his deathbed roosevelt writes back saying you have been misinformed stalin responds with our informants are humble and honest people churchill's position is more aggressive [Music]
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he approaches the us with his plans for operation unthinkable an alliance of anglo-saxons and nazis and the massive bombing of soviet cities [Music] [Music] [Music] i get up every morning and pray that stalin is alive and well only stalin can save the world winston churchill once the world was saved churchill changed his mind any attempt by the soviets to compete
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against the anglo-saxons had to be quashed forever the ussr has to be eliminated immediately [Music] general george s patton commander of the us third army demands that the troops do not stop at the elbow but move on towards stalingrad [Music] on june 29 1945 stalin who already knows about the operation orders marshal zhukov to move troops to
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combat positions in the west it is now clear to the allies that a surprise attack is no longer possible when churchill began clicking [Music] [Music] doppelgandish the westminster that's enough we're no longer interested in a union with the russians so we don't have to abide by the agreements with them we need to make the altar records non-existent harry truman
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[Music] [Applause] but the allies need the red army in the far east where the one and a half million strong quantum army is waiting the us and britain had a hard time retaking several islands from japan and would welcome some help what the japanese dreaded the most was the idea that the soviets might come into the pacific war truman understood this allen assures him that the russians are coming in on
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schedule truman writes in his diary says stalin will be in the [ __ ] war by august 15th finney japs when that occurs the invincible kwantong army was able to hold out for just 20 days the red army's outstanding manchurian operation ended in complete victory [Music] even though there were no military reasons for it hiroshima and nagasaki were bombed the bomb was not actually dropped on
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japan it was dropped on the soviet union as a warning of what was going to happen to the soviets if they interfered with america's post-war plan on november the 3rd 1945 just a month after the war ended the u.s joint chiefs of staff receive report number 329 select 20 targets to attack in the soviet union with nuclear bombs the time was right as the ussr was devastated by war the united states lost about 400 000
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people and the brits lost less than the americans did and the soviets suffered 27 million deaths [Music] 27 million is an incredible number [Music] when john kennedy gave his american university commencement address in 1963 he said that what the soviets suffered in world war ii was the equivalent of the entire united states east of chicago having been destroyed
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initially the plan to attack the ussr was codenamed trojan over time it evolved into pincher bushwacker crankshaft half moon cogwheel off tackle and charioteer december the 19th 1949 saw the adoption of the best known plan to wipe out the soviets operation drop shot date of attack january the 1st 1957 [Music]
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the plan outlined the complete annihilation of the ussr under the democratic guys of liberating the nations from communism but those very nations would be wiped out along with communism [Music] the first phase of operation drop shot envisioned dropping 300 nuclear and 250 000 tons of conventional bombs on the soviet union 100 soviet cities were pre-selected as
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targets the second phase the ussr is attacked by 250 nato divisions soviet pots are taken over by nato naval forces the third phase annihilating the ussr wiping it off the world map to that end all known weapon types are to be deployed nuclear chemical radiological and biological as well as small arms the final phase
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breaking the ussr into four zones and posting nato troops on its territory [Music] more than 80 million people the majority of the huge country's population would have died in the intense bombing and subsequent fighting we have a series of these kinds of war plans when kennedy is briefed on them in the early 1960s he was horrified you know is that we call ourselves a human race but these plans continue for
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preemptive attacks against the soviet union this was in essence an updated version of the nazi general plan aust that envisaged eliminating millions of slavic people and as in world war ii when much of europe stood united against the ussr the u.s plans to master all nato nations under the aegis of operation drop shot in 1949 though the soviets acquired their own nuclear weapons [Music] so any plan to annihilate the ussr had
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to be postponed indefinitely but the idea remained the same the united states had to be seen as the only major player in the international arena anyone who thought otherwise had to be wiped from the earth [Music] [Applause] the soviet union itself is no more this is a victory for democracy and freedom these events clearly serve our national interest london [Music]
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the united states became the indispensable country with the exceptional people whose obligation was to lay down the path for all other countries and so it became a new a renewed justification for american aggression in the world it was the uh justification
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for the 20 years of war in the 21st century and the middle east for the attacks on on seven countries [Music] the reason u.s hegemony is so dangerous is it denies the sovereignty of other countries [Music] march 24 1999 the day yugoslavia was annihilated and
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it was covered on live tv [Applause] lawyer sergeant-alexis and general boshidar dilich witnessed the events and still remember those terrible days [Music] foreign operation allied force has been called a genocide with slobodan milosevic's tyrannical regime the justification but many say the real reason was yugoslavia's economic independence and
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refusal to join nato lawyer goran petroniervich spent years researching documents that he says corroborate nato crimes committed in his homeland m with the warsaw treaty organization gone the world had become unipolar federance existence as well for the other scholars mixed iron countries in europe kind of creek the washout of a truck it is all shown
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garbage creek foreign [Music] in autumn 2000 the district court in belgrade hears a case against those who gave orders for yugoslavia to be bombed [Music] among the others who were sentenced to 20 years in prison were the french president jacques iraq the german chancellor gerhard schroder the us secretary of state madeleine albright the nato secretary general javier solana
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the supreme allied commander in europe wesley clark and nato ministers of foreign affairs and defence b [Music] [Music] [Music] yes [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] can the bombing of yugoslavia be considered a war crime answer most emphatically yes it was not approved by
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the united nations period it was a nato operation it was an illegal nato operation they killed over 2 000 innocent civilians and frankly innocent soldiers who hadn't declared war on anybody [Music] it was also a vicarious war it was intended to show russia the new russia that it [Music] [Music] after the collapse of the warsaw treaty organization nato expanded east
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despite having promised not to [Music] but they did nato said ha it's ours we move east international law exists as long as it serves american interest if it doesn't it doesn't exist and so truthfully there's no such thing as international law [Music] since the soviet union's collapse the usa has been surrounding new russia with
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a belt of hostile nations fab revolutions and in modern [Applause] the color revolutions is a strategy to overthrow these regimes install puppets and that are there from that point forward are very susceptible to influence kyrgyzstan uh georgia and ukraine these countries were targeted by the george h w bush or george w bush the senior vice president
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of ronald reagan and bribed uh with hundreds of millions of dollars and these monies were given to countries in exchange for their acquiescence and their submission to american military and economic and political objectives a ring of nato military bases is being formed around russia the us and nato have over 600 military bases worldwide russia has just 18. but the west still claims that russia
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has aggressive intent by turning those russians the soviets into this dangerous boogeyman that wants to take over the world that was a conscious strategy to create this image of the soviets and out for world conquest which was not the case then or now nato should have died but they wanted to give it meaning it is about interest created by by nato nato's business machine because you must remember if nato were disbanded
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shareholders in the united states and elsewhere in large arms companies would lose millions and millions they'd only have one yacht instead of two yachts each dear oh dear wouldn't that be terrible [Music] there's a simple method to put it right with the rest of the world we'll say we were forced to seize the territory bring order and maintain security adolf hitler [Music] bring order security and democracy the reasons used to justify modern wars
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waged by nato and led by the us [Music] the military [Music] undesirable countries and undesirable leaders become the face [Music] um seinfeinters mark bartelmaie is one of the few journalists who has spoken the truth about events in ukraine [Music]
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his documentary ukrainian agony caused a stir in the western world [Music] moment [Music] [Applause] foreign [Music] oh [Music]
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[Applause] an investigation against mark was launched after the film was released what the journalist had reported was not in line with the west's official stance as gap a middle of the film [Music] mark used his film to tell ordinary people the truth as he saw it it wasn't for the authorities you can't bring truth to those who don't want it [Music]
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clearly whether or not the bandera people are reviving nazism is of no concern whatsoever to the united states or nato anything that makes the ukrainians willing to cause trouble with russia is welcomed the united states approves of is the trouble that the ukraine is apparently prepared to present russia american politicians don't see eye to eye on many issues but there is
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something on which they always agree america is exceptional direct our economy again but what does that mean [Music] how american journalist and pulitzer prize winner eric lichtblau explains it [Music] americans barack obama and others have had a concept of american exceptionalism which i think means uh living to a higher moral ideal based on democracy and freedom and human
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rights and that's just simply untrue so the exceptionalism in one regard claims to be a license to do anything without fear of repercussions it's also an indicator to the world that the exceptionalism that america uses in its international war planning is one of the greatest threats to the to the populations of different nations [Music] methods of warfare are becoming increasingly sophisticated
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new tactics have arrived to replace the colonial conquests of the past [Music] dominion [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] for example germany and france to a lesser extent are exploiting the weaker members of the european union greece and croatia you know anywhere where germany can make big business that is a form of exploitation
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can the greek economy be considered ruined by the european union yes it was ruined by the european union it's surrealistic when you look now at how many greeks have left the country it's an embarrassment how many young people have left the country it's an embarrassment resources are being depleted but yet another attempt at dividing the world has become a major item on the modern agenda [Music] soviet russia is a pie that needs to be smartly divided
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and eaten adolf hitler russia is still a huge pie and it's at the forefront of western thoughts their capitalism controlling most resources b [Music] we now have a situation where the united states has given to ukraine a military guarantee against russian intervention
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in the event ukraine renews its invasion of dumbass so clearly yes we're here we're headed in the direction of war if the ukrainians take this guarantee seriously as the polls took the british guarantee in 1939 then surely a war could break out at any time as is super time [Music] uh
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[Music] no regular americans do not want to fight regular americans are fed up with the war machine [Music] war is business and business is good and that is the reality of what we're facing which is fascism [Music] history repeats itself just like in 1941 when hitler and his
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european accomplices masked their army on the soviet border the nato alliance led by the united states is gathering near russia's border [Music] history teaches us that man learns nothing from history hegel you

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