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General George S. Patton was assassinated

 
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General George S. Patton was assassinated to silence his criticism of allied war leaders claims new book

George S. Patton, America's greatest combat general of the Second World War, was assassinated after the conflict with the connivance of US leaders, according to a new book
The newly unearthed diaries of a colourful assassin for the wartime Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the forerunner of the CIA, reveal that American spy chiefs wanted Patton dead because he was threatening to expose allied collusion with the Russians that cost American lives.


The death of General Patton in December 1945, is one of the enduring mysteries of the war era. Although he had suffered serious injuries in a car crash in Manheim, he was thought to be recovering and was on the verge of flying home.


But after a decade-long investigation, military historian Robert Wilcox claims that OSS head General "Wild Bill" Donovan ordered a highly decorated marksman called Douglas Bazata to silence Patton, who gloried in the nickname "Old Blood and Guts".
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Makes sense, they hated him durning the war but no one was better in the field then he was.
Once the war ended he was a liability because he never shut his mouth or held back how he felt.
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Someone was just watching television..
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It is in a book that just came out...go read on it..
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Someone was just watching television..
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Partly, which made me want to look up more on it. Go look it up an read about it don't just take my word for it. I encourage you to always go look up information on everything including what our liar in office says.
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Why am I not surprised?

Nothing ever adds up right.
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History Channel - Brad Meltzers Decoded
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Well, this goes directly against what Brad Meltzer decoded's crew was able to uncover/determine. The show built a very good case (at the end) as to why Patton wasn't and why there was so much mystery around the death.
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I was watching this last night, my dad went to boarding school with pattons grandson my dad always said his grandson was a spoiled short kid who got the best dorm besides that who knows.
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Well, this goes directly against what Brad Meltzer decoded's crew was able to uncover/determine. The show built a very good case (at the end) as to why Patton wasn't and why there was so much mystery around the death.
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I would not be shocked if Meltzer did not end up in some accident or meet some other tragic end.
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US and Russia working together is just a surface conclusion. Patton may have known of German technologies that would have won them the war... and the plan to continue the work post war. Germany at the time had technology in the works far beyond anything in existence.... The secret is... This research was continued after the war in a number of host countries.

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I ended up reading many of his comments at the end of the war about how profoundly uncomfortable he was with the decisions made with respect to the USSR, and his final departure always had an odd feel about it in the circumstances.
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He knew too much and saw first hand the war was BS, ran on all sides by the same conspiracy.
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when you tell people that you defeated the wrong enemy, in ww2, what else did you expect to happen.


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patton was probably conspiring to start a war with the russians! he became a liability! lol
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patton was probably conspiring to start a war with the russians! he became a liability! lol
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Doubtful to the first part

but yes to the second you are right he became that, but not for that reason.

IMHO that is.
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I recently read some WWII history where war leaders were planning a very risky operation. It was decided to give this potential suicide mission to Patton (Patton being unpopular with his seniors). The thought being that the Army would mutiny.

Patton understood the situation and said he and his men would do it as they would follow him.

It is only now I realised senior officers feared the power of Generals due to the loyalty of their men.

I think Patton's accident and death was not regretted and very possibly arranged.
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I just do not think Geroge, an LA kid, would see himself having defeated Shickles and taken Berlin, would think, "Okay, now let's do the same magical fuckup this guy did."

I just don't!

Why do I love his ghost, well, I think it's here on Earth, and also I think he was brave, and furthermost, I think he COULD HAVE SAVED GERMANY, and I think furthermore that after him, evidence shows Germans were treated poorly, and I think further more, you all fuckin know this.
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I recently read some WWII history where war leaders were planning a very risky operation. It was decided to give this potential suicide mission to Patton (Patton being unpopular with his seniors). The thought being that the Army would mutiny.

Patton understood the situation and said he and his men would do it as they would follow him.

It is only now I realised senior officers feared the power of Generals due to the loyalty of their men.

I think Patton's accident and death was not regretted and very possibly arranged.
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Wow we were typing at the same time, sync my bro.

You are right.

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Patton was a maverick and undoubtedly a psychopath. But Ike had a dirty little secret...

In his 1989 book Other Losses, James Bacque claimed that Allied Supreme Commander Dwight Eisenhower deliberately caused the death of 790,000 German captives in internment camps through disease, starvation and cold from 1944 to 1949. Bacque charges that some of these deaths were DEF designated soldiers that could receive harsh treatment because they did not fall within the Geneva Convention protections. Stephen Ambrose, at the time director of the Eisenhower Center at the University of New Orleans, also organized a conference of eight British, American, and German historians, which disputed Bacque's claims.[41][41][42][43] Niall Ferguson wrote that Bacque's "calculations grossly exaggerate both the number of Germans the Americans captured and their mortality".[44] Ambrose did concede: "we as Americans can't duck the fact that terrible things happened. And they happened at the end of a war we fought for decency and freedom, and they are not excusable".[45]
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I thought this was common knowledge.
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Some of the things Patton was saying was correct and he was right also
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Well Have always thought something was out of sync with his Death and the events surrounding it.

It would have to be very deep inside fighting though.
He clearly was all for starting a War with the Russian's while the entire United States and GB and the other Allies were fully Mobilized and in the Field.

Patton was a insider of the Freemasonic Club , Eisenhower , Churchill ,Macarthur ,Montgomery , Roosevelt , Bradley ,De Gaulle , Stalin , Mao and dozens of the top raking Generals.

The thing is though he did not have the power to command any of the forces by his say so.
At the time of his death he was not in command of any forces at all.
The Upper levels of the club controlled all the power to assign forces to generals.

Him being alive or dead would not make a difference.

I do find something suspicious about his death and occurrences surrounding it though,just what the real story was or is we shall only know in the end.
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Do you happen to know that none other than Barack Obama's maternal grandfather was a part of General Patton's squad (12/1945 to 4/1946)

His military files were destroyed in military personnel office fire.

Is this too odd?


"Stanley Armour Dunham (19181992)

Stanley Armour Dunham is the maternal grandfather of Barack Obama. He served as a sergeant in the U.S. Army during World War II, enlisting just after the attacks on Pearl Harbor. He and his wife Madelyn Dunham raised Obama in Honolulu, Hawaii. In addition to Obama, Stanley is related to six US presidents: James Madison, Harry S. Truman, Lyndon B. Johnson, Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush, and George W. Bush.[41][42] He died in Honolulu, Hawaii, and is buried at the Punchbowl National Cemetery."

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But it gets even stranger. Stanley Dunham, maternal grandfather of Obama, was related to Patton according to this family tree.
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