Joachim von Ribbenthrop:
“Edward VIII was compelled to abdicate because one was not sure whether he would lend a hand to a policy of hostility towards Germany. Chamberlain has now appointed Vansittart, our most important and toughest opponent, to such a position as enables him to take a leading part in the diplomatic play against Germany. However much one might, in the meantime, for tactical reasons, try to come to an understanding with us, every single day in the future in which our political considerations should fail to be fundamentally, determined by the thought of England as our most dangerous opponent, would be a gain for our enemies.”
I found this is in “Lightning And The Sun” as I was just reformatting Savitri Devi’s book, (and it is taking a long time…) But this struck me as interesting, an interesting connective node but without an explanatory resolution.
It took Hitler years to try and understand that England could be Germany’s opponent, he simply could not understand, at first, how this could be… Von Ribbenthrop understood this much more easily. Von Ribbenthrop married into money, into wine money, so he married into the Brewer’s Guild. He was handsome, athletic and adventurous, and multi-lingual, so he made a good front-man or salesman, he was basically described as a “businessman”… So he did some “business” and that is what he did – “business”…How von Ribbenthrop became the foreign minister of the Third Reich is all a bit of mystery of connecting nodes and how they play-act together. He is clearly unqualified for the job, unlike his friend Franz von Papen, who appears to be much more powerful and qualified, so it seems if it was not for his friendship with von Papen, von Ribbenthrop would not have progressed very far in politics, von Papen was also a handsome, athletic and adventurous man who married into money, much more money than von Ribbenthrop, so they both had some things in common, and, especially their common knowledge of both French and English languages.
Anyway, Ribbenthrop identifies Sir Robert Vansitartt as the prime adversary in England.
Certainly – Sir Baron Lord Vansitartt Ratface of the Actor’s Guild.
He certainly has that Judeo-British look about him, which comes from the Dutch-Deutsche biological lines. Holland being a Deutsche peninsula, or just some land that the Germans reclaimed from the sea – LOL – that’s Holland – some land that the Germans made into a peninsula….LOL…Anway, Sir Ratface has that Dutchee look about him…. Remember that saying – “The only good Dutch is a dead Dutch!” I once worked for a Dutchman on a farm, and he was a f****ing C**T….Looked a bit like Sir Ratface… Anyway, in this politischespiele Sir British Ratface from Holland-Germany was a baddee, from the German point of view, a bit like Lord Halifax was also viewed as a baddee. Sir Vansitartt’s resume does look like it makes him qualified for his position as Under-Secretary of the State of Foreign Affairs. Sir Vansitartt was so anti-German that he thought that the Treaty of Versailles was unfair on Britain! He thought that Germany had benefited from the Treaty of Versailles, because it allowed certain Germans to borrow money from Britain???? That was his reasoning??? I don’t have an explanation for that reasoning…In this play, Vansitartt, in regard to Germany, from which his family had originally come from, played an opposing role. What Vansitartt wanted for Germany is exactly what has happened, he advocated that Germany by destroyed wholesale, every faction destroyed, not to favour any one side in Germany, but to completely annihilate all the German factions and then re-educate the Germans with a hatred for Germany…Which is a feeling Vansitartt already had in himself, being of German descent, as is the rest of Britain…Of course, when Germany was destroyed, Britain was destroyed also, which is why Hitler could not understand why the British would want to destroy Germany. Hitler could not understand that… Von Ribbenthrop could understand it though, and Lord Ratface, and von Papen, and the rest of the actors…Hitler just did not fit into the troupe very well….But Oh how they need Him… As Ratface Vansitartt wanted but could not state accurately, the British wanted war with the Fatherland because they wanted to destroy the power of the Fatherland so that British power would also be destroyed because the British were entirely reliant on the Fatherland. And now the evidence of that is clearly seen today. One can clearly see that Britain is completely destroyed, like Germany. So the outcome is the same, you see, because of these connecting nodes, but it is not said as much because there are merely actors playing parts in a play. Sir Ratface wrote many plays himself, comedies mainly, and some poetry. This is the most interesting point: Sir Ratface wrote comedy…He also wrote songs and screenplays…Vansitartt’s first wife was an Heppenheimer, a wealthy German-American. Vansitartt was also involved in film making…..And this is the really, really interesting point…Colour Motion Pictures…So I just highlight this little connective node, interesting little point – In 1932, Agfacolor products were produced in Germany by Agfa-Farbenplatte. They all had colour film technology by the early 1930’s and that was in public release…Of course they like to say that Kodakchrome was first and then Agfa a year later, as if the Americans has superior colour-dye innovations to the Germans??? Anyway, these chaps could all produce colour cartoons in the 1930’s…If they wanted to. Apparently the British had colour film as early as 1902!!! Problem there in how the fabric is woven….So, for example we have fantasy films and cartoons like Fantasia, Donald Duck, The Wizard of Oz, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Robin Hood, but war footage is still in black and white??? And of a lessor quality in terms of film quality and production. Problem there with the Technicolor film dates. The Phantom Of The Opera was in partial Technicolor in 1925! Or the aptly named Show of Shows in 1929. But all the WWII footage is in Black and White monochrome film. And they had color photography but all the pictures are in Black and White…. They are only starting now to colour the WWII photographs, decades later. Making Technicolour movies for fantasy motion pictures was more expensive than making fantasy motion pictures for World War! LOL… Let’s have a look at a Black and White film from 1940, called The Shop around the Corner:
These are the Gentile actors, as opposed to the Jewish actors, the Gentile actors look much better, finer features. they look more trustworthy, dont they? That is why they are on the film…The Shop Around the Corner is a romantic comedy produced in America but set in Budapest. The film is produced by a German-American, Ernst Lubvitsch, who was born in Berlin, but worked in Hollywood, like alot of German film makers did. Here a pic of the Ratfaced Lubvitsch:
Can you see the differences between the Jewish actors and the Gentile actors? It’s like a creature with two heads… These days the question is redundant because there is nobody left who can read faces let alone be able to grasp that there are two faces and one creature. Anyway the main point is that the quality of the war footage and photography is of an inferior standard to the the motion picture The Shop around the Corner, when one compares Black and White films and photography. So the footage of WWII action being released to the public is of a lower quality than the motion picture films that are being released to the public…And the public does not see the difference in the quality, nor question why the war footage would be of lessor quality. The war footage of WWII looks like it was made with 1890’s film technology!!! Why would that be? I dont know…It’s just very poor quality film compared to say The Shop around the Corner. The film technology exists, it is just not being used for war footage. This has happened in all the “wars”, very poor quality films are being used. And that is something all the film producers had in common, whether in Russia, Britain, America, France or Germany, all were using inferior quality film for their war footage…. I think that is rather odd, don’t you?