[Marxism] "WW2": interimperialist war to redivide the world,
nmgoro at gmail.com
Wed Sep 23 12:57:25 MDT 2009
I am not _that_ sure of this. The "final solution" was linked to the
decission to wage a total war on two fronts, it was in a sense a result
of desperation. If Hitler had managed to strike an agreement with the
West to fight against Moscow together, then it would not be impossible
that the German bourgeoisie had managed to replace the Nazis with a more
sensible political group... and carry on the anti-Bolshevik parcel of
her programme without mass murdering Jews, Gypsies or homosexuals.
> Tom wrote:
> "...a good fictional scenario of the legacy of this outcome is the movie
> "Fatherland"about a super-power summit between Hitler, who is turning 75
> and President Kennedy in Berlin in 1964. President Joseph Kennedy that
> is. (who not only approved the 1938 Munichdeal but who was actually one
> of its architects)."
> Yes, it was both a good movie and a book. Remember, however...that the
> detective in the movie, played by
> Rutger Hauer, is on the trail of what?... why, the disappearance of
> Europe's *10 million* Jews... Something to think about had the German's
> not been defeated.
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