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Oliver Stone's Untold History of The United States E01 "The Churchill Gang Killed Your Father!"

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Roosevelt was a man of dangerous moral character" - Winston Churchill "Churchill has been a Fascist for 30 years!" - Elanor Roosevelt, 1943 Communism was the wave of the future, and world socialism was historically inevitable. This is what EVERYONE thought, felt or believed. The Nightmare that haunted Winston Churchill's every waking moment was any bilateral FDR/Stalin Dialogue in his absence. FDR cabled to the Soviet leader on April 5: “It would be one of the great tragedies of history if at the very moment of the victory, now within our grasp, such distrust, such lack of faith should prejudice the entire undertaking after the colossal losses of life, material and treasure involved. Frankly I cannot avoid a feeling of bitter resentment toward your informers, whoever they are, of such vile misrepresentations of my actions or those of my trusted subordinates.” [Abramson, 394] "In 1939, 937 Jews trying to flee Hitler’s Germany chartered the liner, St. Louis, to take them to Cuba where some had relatives. But learning of this, Hitler successfully pressured the Cuban government into turning them away. The ship’s captain [Gustav Schröder] then polled his charges for instructions, and they voted to proceed to the United States. And as the mighty liner headed in our direction, they wired ahead asking for asylum. And it was on the order of Roosevelt himself, that their request was denied. As the ship continued north hoping for refuge in Canada, Roosevelt’s Treasury Secretary, Henry Morgenthau, Jr.—who was both Jewish and Roosevelt’s neighbor at Hyde Park— and Post Master General, the very Catholic Jim Farley, asked the president to reconsider, and his reply was the essence of the man: ‘What you two don’t understand,’ he said, ‘is that this is a white man’s, protestant country, and you Jews and Catholics live here at our sufferance.’ Variations of this quote appear in both Farley and Morgenthau’s diaries, with Morgenthau adding: “why do I work for this man?” "