What were the real objectives behind Britain’s ‘secret diplomacy’ with Hitler’s Germany from 1932 to Hitler’s 1939 invasion of Poland? In this Canadian Patriot Review Podcast, Matt talks with Alex Krainer about his research and three part series on the Anglo American plan for a ‘Three Block World Agenda’.

As Alex thoroughly details, this aborted blueprint for a ‘New World Order’ envisioned a trifold power block (replicated by the Trilateral Commission model today) of Anglo-American fascist control over the Americas and much of Europe, India and Africa, a German fascist control over the Eurasian Heartland, and Japanese fascist control of much of the Asia Pacific.

How this agenda was advanced by the London-centered financier oligarchy operating throughout and above the various parts of the Great Game, and how this oligarchy arranged Hitler’s annexation of Austria, carving up of Czechoslovakia to the invasion of Poland is unpacked in great detail.

The important thing to hold in mind while listening to Alex’s remarks, is that this is not a story of the past, but rather a story of the present with extreme importance for the future of civilization. It is after all, a fact that the same formula attempted in 1938 is being replicated once more on the world stage.

And just like in 1938, Russia is still a primary target.

Read Alex’s trilogy:

Part 1

Part 2

part 3

3 thoughts

  1. Thank you both. Firstly, I completely resonate with many of all Alex’s work and statements, particularly regarding Browder, the nature of the Bolshevik coup which took over Russia in 1917 (financed by international capitalists) and the role of President Putin (there were other resonating moments)

    The deception of Browder is so transparent and blatant. By the way, I believe I saw Browder’s name on a list of Klaus Schwab’s ‘Young World Leaders’. “The Magnitsky Act: Behind The Scenes” by Andrei Nekrasov is essential viewing.

    However, I am suffering excruciating cognitive dissonance with some of Alex’s remarks regarding WWI, WWII and ’Appeasement’.

    We cannot analyse WWII and the ‘carving up’ of Czechoslovakia and Poland without first fully appreciating the Diktat of Versailles following WWI, and how and why Germany was attributed SOLE blame for WWI. Who actually sat down and drew maps which carved up parts of Germany AND Russia (Belarus and Ukraine) and said – this would be a good idea!? [rhetorical]

    The comments regarding Chamberlain had me scratching my head – one moment he is appeasing Hitler and the next he is utilising and controlling Hitler to establish a proxy hegemony with the view to attacking Russia. Tzouliadis and Suvorov need to be acknowledged and discussed at some point, as does the very public declaration of war on Germany by International Jewry/Judea – merely over the right to control the creation of money and the manufacture of debt.

    https://archive.org/details/Httpsarchive.orgdetailsJudeadeclareswarongermany/Daily%20Express%20-%20Judea%20Declares%20War%20on%20Germany/24-3-1933/Pagina%201%20-%20Portada/mode/1up

    Not that I have read them all, but throughout Hitler’s speeches, he consistently and persistently refers to the injustices of the Diktat of Versailles, not just the assignment of ‘guilt’ and the reparations, but the displacement of millions of people (not just Germans), denying them their own human right to self-determination.

    Adolf Hitler’s letter in response to Chamberlain – Bad Godesberg, September 23, 1938
    I could not find a link to this public document as a stand-alone but it is contained in the collection of speeches 1922 – 1945

    I delved into these speeches hoping to find the ‘smoking gun’ but came away with a very different impression of ‘history’. The eventual incursion into Poland is equally contentious and followed documented bestial atrocities committed against German civilians by ‘partisans’ within Polish Danzig. Happy to explore these further in small chunks in due course. The topic is SO big!

    Meanwhile, presentations like this are much appreciated and challenge me to collect and articulate my thoughts.

  2. Thank you both. Firstly, I completely resonate with many of all Alex’s work and statements, particularly regarding Browder, the nature of the Bolshevik coup which took over Russia in 1917 (financed by international capitalists) and the role of President Putin (there were other resonating moments)

    The deception of Browder is so transparent and blatant. By the way, I believe I saw Browder’s name on a list of Klaus Schwab’s ‘Young World Leaders’. “The Magnitsky Act: Behind The Scenes” by Andrei Nekrasov is essential viewing.

    However, I am suffering excruciating cognitive dissonance with some of Alex’s remarks regarding WWI, WWII and ’Appeasement’.

    We cannot analyse WWII and the ‘carving up’ of Czechoslovakia and Poland without first fully appreciating the Diktat of Versailles following WWI, and how and why Germany was attributed SOLE blame for WWI. Who actually sat down and drew maps which carved up parts of Germany AND Russia (Belarus and Ukraine) and said – this would be a good idea!? [rhetorical]

    The comments regarding Chamberlain had me scratching my head – one moment he is appeasing Hitler and the next he is utilising and controlling Hitler to establish a proxy hegemony with the view to attacking Russia. Tzouliadis and Suvorov need to be acknowledged and discussed at some point, as does the very public declaration of war on Germany by International Jewry/Judea – merely over the right to control the creation of money and the manufacture of debt.

    See “Daily Express – Judea Declares War on Germany” on archive-dot-org for example (Friday, March 24, 1933)

    Not that I have read them all, but throughout Hitler’s speeches, he consistently and persistently refers to the injustices of the Diktat of Versailles, not just the assignment of ‘guilt’ and the reparations, but the displacement of millions of people (not just Germans), denying them their own human right to self-determination.

    Adolf Hitler’s letter in response to Chamberlain – Bad Godesberg, September 23, 1938

    I could not find a link to this public document as a stand-alone but it is contained in the collection of speeches 1922 – 1945

    I delved into these speeches hoping to find the ‘smoking gun’ but came away with a very different impression of ‘history’. The eventual incursion into Poland is equally contentious and followed documented bestial atrocities committed against German civilians by ‘partisans’ within Polish Danzig. Happy to explore these further in small chunks in due course. The topic is SO big!

    Meanwhile, presentations like this are much appreciated and challenge me to collect and articulate my thoughts.

  3. Thank you both. Firstly, I completely resonate with many of all Alex’s work and statements, particularly regarding Browder, the nature of the Bolshevik coup which took over Russia in 1917 (financed by international capitalists) and the role of President Putin (there were other resonating moments)

    The deception of Browder is so transparent and blatant. By the way, I believe I saw Browder’s name on a list of Klaus Schwab’s ‘Young World Leaders’. “The Magnitsky Act: Behind The Scenes” by Andrei Nekrasov is essential viewing.

    However, I am suffering excruciating cognitive dissonance with some of Alex’s remarks regarding WWI, WWII and ’Appeasement’.

    We cannot analyse WWII and the ‘carving up’ of Czechoslovakia and Poland without first fully appreciating the Diktat of Versailles following WWI, and how and why Germany was attributed SOLE blame for WWI. Who actually sat down and drew maps which carved up parts of Germany AND Russia (Belarus and Ukraine) and said – this would be a good idea!? [rhetorical]

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