Dwight Eisenhower

AZL flag holder TransparentDwight DavidIkeEisenhower (October 14, 1890 – March 28, 1969) was a mass murderer and war criminal. Eisenhower admitted having a Jewish background during a routine procedure as a cadet at West Point Academy. A page in his yearbook called him the “terrible Swedish-Jew.” A five star general and the 34th President of the United States from 1953 until 1961, he was promoted and backed in his career by Jewish mentor Bernard Baruch. Eisenhower’s little-known Jewish ancestry is academically essential in understanding his psychopathic hatred of Whites and in particularly Germanic men, women and children. “God, I hate the Germans…” Eisenhower stated in a letter to his wife in September 1944 and post WWII re-designating German POW’s “Disarmed Enemy Eisenhower's 'Rhine Meadows' Death CampsForces” in order to avoid recognition under the third Geneva Convention he oversaw the deaths by starvation or exposure of 1.7 million German civilians and POW’s.  Eisenhower also condoned the transfer of German POW’s for forced labour. Jewish Bolsheviks demanded at least 4,000,000 German workers to repair war damage on their Soviet construct. This was included in the Morgenthau Plan and sanctioned by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Eisenhower transferred several hundred thousands POW’s to the Jewish Bolsheviks and by March 1947 4,000,000 Germans were being used as forced labour alongside those POW’s and German civilians captured by the Bolsheviks. Death rates among German civilians in forced labour under Jewish Bolshevism were up to 39%. Any German POW’s that survived the Jewish Bolshevik forced labour were released in 1953. The last Germans were repatriated in 1956.
“God, I hate the Germans…” –Dwight David Eisenhower
in a letter to his wife in September, 1944
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