An interesting and provoking review of Anglo-American relations and very topical with US Democrats trying to break up the United Kingdom. The romantic view of the ‘Special Relationship’ is at odds with the reality – Highly Recommended.
NAME: The Secret US Plan To Overthrow The British Empire, War Plan Red FILE: R3204 AUTHOR: Graham M Simons PUBLISHER: Pen & Sword BINDING: hard back PRICE: £25.00 GENRE: Non Fiction SUBJECT: Anglo-American relations, 'Special Relationship, envy, greed, Democrat anti-British policies, competition, heritage, 1930s, World War Two, Cold War, SPOBS ISBN: 1-52671-202-4 PAGES: 255 IMAGE: B3204.jpg BUYNOW: tinyurl.com/y63sjdet LINKS: DESCRIPTION: An interesting and provoking review of Anglo-American relations and very topical with US Democrats trying to break up the United Kingdom. The romantic view of the 'Special Relationship' is at odds with the reality – Highly Recommended.
The author has considered the long time plot by some US politicians to destroy Great Britain, to seize the countries that formed the British Empire and now work together as the Commonwealth. In 1930 a band of Democrat politicians, many of whom made a fortune from organized crime during Prohibition, were plotting to destroy Great Britain and take over its Dominions, Colonies and Territories.
In 1940, they thought they could rely on Hitler to invade the British Isles and do their job for them, failing to understand that Hitler intended world domination, with the war in Western Europe being followed by war in Russia, and then invasion of the United States and Canada. The Democrat policies of the 1930s continue in some parts of the Democrat Party into the 21st Century. Presidential contender Joe Biden, or who ever controls him, has already called for the break up of the United Kingdom, assuming that the European Union will triumph where Hitler failed. Once again they are failing to understand that a German led European Union has at its heart a determination to humble the US and a hatred of Americans.
It should not be surprising that allies spy on each other. Sovereign nations must look to their own interests and no Treaty is fixed in concrete for ever, much less for agreements. Within each nation there will be a number of political views that extend beyond domestic politics into international relations. When a country forgets that, it will become victim to the interests of others.