There is a real possibility that Patton was
assassinated. As far as the official story goes, who really knows how
true the car accident version was. You can be sure there were a few
deaths of high ranking officers deaths that had to be
re-invented or altered, because of 'inconvenient' circumstances.
The real question is, why would you assassinate a Four-Star General?
Eisenhower Had A Lot Of Baggage
promoted over 356 more-qualified
commanders by Bernard Baruch, who advised Roosevelt.
Eisenhower, The Soldier
His first assignment was to London, where he lived in the palatial
Dorchester hotel. He was assigned a driver/companion, Kay Somersby, a
married 26 year-old model.
Eisenhower And Churchill.
Churchill was a debaucherous drunkard. He ran the show, with
Eisenhower playing the sycophant. Patton made his distaste of
Eisenhower's First Battle Command Was Operation Torch
The Allies wanted
Tunis as a staging base for the Sicily invasion
He Sat In Gibraltar
800 Miles From The
In the North Africa campaign, Eisenhower went to Gibraltar,
built a fortified bunker,
and blamed his Generals, and his soldiers, for his battle fiascos. Rommel annihilated a US battalion at
because Eisenhower didn't use reconnaissance, or provide air cover.
Eisenhower's incompetence, his remote headquarters, and his
flaunting of Kay Somersby, infuriated the commanders.
Patton Brought To Africa
Patton arrived and cleaned up Eisenhower's mess.
Other Generals Wanted Eisenhower Removed
Eisenhower botched everything, blaming his generals, and US soldiers.
President Roosevelt had to fly over to Tunis, and stop a mutiny over the Kasserine Pass
Pomp And Circumstance
After the battle, Eisenhower swaggered around Tunis with Kay Somersby,
as he reviewed the parades.
Eisenhower Goes Back To London
Eisenhower lives at Telegraph Cottage, a ten-acre Country Estate,
outside of London. He attends dinner parties, and is an embarrassment,
whipping around London in his staff car, flags flying, with his
British Mistress at the wheel.
Eisenhower's Fashion Model Companion
After North Africa, and Sicily, he returns with his mistress.
In 1943, Eisenhower is the Supreme Commander of the Allied
forces in Europe. General Montgomery considered Eisenhower a
Snuggles And Kisses
The Zionist press looked the other way as these two 'frolicked'
Patton Was A Field Commander
He was in practically ever major battle, a true warrior.
He was the military governor of Bavaria, and used ex-Nazis to run the
country. He opposed Eisenhower's orders to push ordinary Germans out of
their houses for Jews. It was common for Polish Jews to appear at an
upper-class German house and expect Patton's soldiers to remove the tenant
Patton saw the Jews as instigators of WW2, non-combatants who refused
to serve, and jackals who preyed on Germany's corpse.
In late 1945, Eisenhower removed him from command of the Third Army and
transferred him to the Fifteenth Army.
Patton Car Accident On December 9, 1945
The official story on Patton varies. One version is, the accident
happened in his staff car, a 1938 Cadillac. Another version says, Patton was
transferred to another jeep, and there was a second accident.
Patton's wife was so suspicious, that she hired private investigators.
Patton Was Too Dangerous
Eisenhower was a clown, and it was the Zionist press
that made him a hero. If Patton had political backing, he could have
savaged Eisenhower. Patton wasn't just a soldier, he was an actor, and a
political candidate. He saw himself as an ancient Roman hero, another
Patton detested Eisenhower. He saw the Soviets as the real enemy, and
would have entered the race. Henry Ford would most likely have financed
the campaign, and a Patton-Lindbergh ticket would have been very hard to
beat. Patton realized World Jewry started WW2, and they controlled
Russia, and he certainly wouldn't have gone along with the farces of the
conflicts in Korea and Vietnam.