- Jul 8, 2014
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Is that the kind of idiocies that you had at homskool? You sound like you were bullied in homskool. Poor you.Awww, you almost made it without me having to call Godwin's Law on you. Better luck next time, homskoold.A great President and Democrat.1. On this date, November 28th, ......
Opening of Tehrān Conference
The Tehrān Conference, attended by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin, at which Stalin pressed for an invasion of France, opened this day in 1943.
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Just by coincidence, the winner of the conference, and of the war, are in the proper order in this pic.
2. "The Tehran Conference (codenamed Eureka) was a strategy meeting held between Joseph Stalin,Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Winston Churchill from 28 November to 1 December 1943. It was held in the Soviet Embassy in Tehran, Iran and was the first of the World War II conferences held between all of the"Big Three" Allied leaders.... the main outcome of the Tehran Conference was the commitment to the opening of a second front against Nazi Germany by the Western Allies." Tehran Conference - Wikipedia
3. 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 - Air Force Magazine
4. In Tehran, Roosevelt sided with Stalin. Churchill was beside himself! It was at Tehran that Churchill realized that to help the countries of Eastern Europe, he had to get there before the Red Army.
Lord Moran "Churchill: Taken from the Diaries of Lord Moran," p. 155
5. How about Eisenhower's assessment at the time?
"Italy was the correct place in which to deploy our main forces and the objective should be the Valle of the PO.In no other area could we so well threaten the whole German structure including France, the Balkans and the Reich itself. Here also our air would becloser to vital objectives in Germany."
FRUS: The conferences at Cairo and Tehran, 1943, p.359-361
That report was published in "Foreign Relations of the United States" in 1961
Eisenhower's statement was to an audience in November 26, 1943....
Now....what could have made him change his mind, and agree with Stalin/Roosevelt?
" In December1943, it was announced that Eisenhower would be Supreme Allied Commander in Europe."Military career of Dwight D. Eisenhower - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Suddenly, the Roosevelt/Stalin choice, Normandy, became exemplary.
"A great President and Democrat."
1. Roosevelt offered up the lives of everyone in Eastern Europe to his lord and master, Joseph 'Koba' Stalin
2. He made certain that Stalin's plans continued after his death: the creation of the United Nations
3. He extended the Depression by years.
4. He disposed of the Constitution
5. He imposed Mussolini's Fascist policies and called it 'the New Deal
6. He turned over command of our military actions in WWII to Stalin, and cost multiple thousands of US soldiers' deaths.
7. He made certain that communism survived the war, and thrived afterwards.
8. Without his efforts, there would be no Red China, no Korean War, and no Vietnamese War
9. ...and he is the proximate explanation for the cultural Marxism prevalent in society today.
10. He was a racist and a bigot how wanted only those ‘with the right sort of blood.’ Sounds like a Nazis, huh?
And, he inspired lying Leftists like you.
Memo: you need not prove you're a fool on a daily basis. Readers have memories.
Putting you in your place, last seat in the dumb row, is hardly a difficult task.
You must be comfortable there by now.