Secret Meeting of 20

Look at Wikipedia’s and the court historians’ chutzpah! They fail to mention that communism, and namely communist rulers, at that time, were killing their own subjects… Did Uncle Joe believe in demockracy? Nope, he wasn’t stupid. He was evil, but not stupid.
That’s what the Judepedia fails to mention. If Hitler and his party were to succeed in the struggle against communism, they needed all the support they could get! And the “democratic, capitalistic West” would pretend to do the same than Hitler… after they were done destroying both him and Germany!
Hitler REALLY was against communism. The “democratic West” wasn’t and STILL, isn’t. That’s the difference.

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Secret Meeting of 20 February 1933

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The Secret Meeting of 20 February 1933 (German: Geheimtreffen vom 20. Februar 1933) was a secret meeting held by Adolf Hitler and 20 to 25 industrialists at the official residence of the President of the Reichstag Hermann Göring in Berlin. Its purpose was to raise funds for the election campaign of The National Socialist German Workers’ Party.

The German elections were to be held on 5 March 1933. The National Socialist German Workers’ Party wanted to achieve two-thirds majority to pass the Enabling Act and desired to raise three million Reichsmark to fund the campaign. According to records, two million Reichsmarks were contributed at the meeting.

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Participants

The meeting was attended by the following business representatives:[3]

  1. Ernst Brandi, chairman of Bergbauverein
  2. Karl Büren, director general of Braunkohlen- und Brikettindustrie AG, board member of Deutschen Arbeitgeberverbände
  3. August Diehn, board…

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