Simple, it seems, to shrug off communist infiltration of Roosevelt's administration....after all, he was elected four times, he won the war and defeated Nazi Germany. But..what was the real result of that war? At its end, the Soviet Union was whole, it controlled half of Europe, Soviet spies were note only still effective, but it became politically incorrect to label them. FDR had censored any criticism of the USSR, even to the extent of hiding Stalin's refusal to return 20,000 American troops that he captured. And just as it had been originally planned in the treaty between Stalin and Hitler, and over two million refugees were forcibly repatriated to Stalin's gulags. And communists continued to hold power in forums of influence, and in Hollywood and in labor unions, and went on to create the United Nations.....the voice of international socialism and one-worldism. So...who won? And this: Diana West, in her monumental tome "American Betrayal," posits that Stalin actually determined the methods and direction of the D Day assaults, for the very purpose of Soviet control of Eastern Europe. 1. "Stalin, through his infiltration and occupation of our power centers by a well-placed army of agents, fellow travelers, and dupes, prodded and coaxed along Allied strategy thrughout World War II to further the entrenchment and expansion of the evil empire. The greatest undetected, unpunished, unimagined crime ever." West, Op. Cit. 2. A suggestion of how Stalin is remembered by elites can be seen in the D-Day Memorial, in Bedford, Virginia. "The National D-Day Memorial is a war memorial located in Bedford, Virginia.... Bedford was selected for the National D-Day memorial because the town suffered the greatest per capita loss of life during the invasion of any town in the country." National D-Day Memorial - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia a. Displayed prominently at the memorial was "...a bust of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin that was installed at the site..." National D-Day Memorial Foundation president resigns - NewsAdvance.com : News - Local Lynchburg, Va. Area 3. Of course, Stalin belongs at the memorial: Stalin was the primary booster of invasion by way of northern France. Then there was Harry Hopkins, the primary non-Russian booster of the extremely contentious decision to stage the main Allied assault on northern France, rather than southern Europe, Churchill's choice. a. Harry Hopkins,- FDR's alter ego, live-in co-president, or Rasputin, "...the closest and most influential adviser to President Franklin D. Roosevelt during World War II, was a Soviet agent." and “the most important of all Soviet wartime agents in the United States.” The Treachery Of Harry Hopkins The Treachery Of Harry Hopkins 4. A clear, tangible record exists attesting to Hopkin's shepherding role in the decision to implement D-day at northern France, and it shows up in Sherwood's official biography, "The White House Papers of Harry L. Hopkins," and also in the memoires of key witnesses to the events. 5. Churchill repeatedly proposed an attack via already established Allied bases in Italy, and expanding operations from the Adriatic and Aegean Seas into south central Europe... ...Stalin wanted Eastern and Central Europe left open to millions of Red Army troops. "The D-Day invasion was forced on a reluctant Churchill by the Americans..... pressed instead for a strategy focused on the Mediterranean, pushing through the "soft underbelly" of southern Europe, over the Alps and through the Balkans. The Americans prevailed because they provided an increasingly larger share of the forces and funding.... Roosevelt dispatched Marshall and presidential envoy Harry Hopkins to London to sell the idea to the British." Churchill?s Southern Strategy Again....Roosevelt, Stalin's dupe, and Harry Hopkins. Stalin's agent.... a. "One of the few Americans to agree with Churchill and Alexander was Lt. Gen. Mark W. Clark, commander of US Fifth Army in Italy, who said in his 1951 autobiography that "the weakening of the campaign in Italy in order to invade southern France, instead of pushing on into the Balkans, was one of the outstanding political mistakes of the war. The Italian campaign did have military value. It knocked Italy out of the war and it tied down more than 20 German divisions" Churchill?s Southern Strategy Simply a coincidence that Roosevelt acquiesced to everything Stalin wanted.....demanded. Yeah.....coincidence.