The mainstream media has always glorified the ‘roaring 20s’ as a time of ‘liberation’ and artistic innovation. But the post-war world was hell on earth for the working class, particularly in Germany which had to pay for a war it never wanted in the first place, and in reality, had not even, militarily speaking, lost. Germany had signed an armistice in 2018, not an unconditional surrender.
And it was America's entry into the war which forced the Germans to sign the armistice, in the hope of lasting peace. It wasn't until the Treaty of Versailles that the Germans began to realize that Zionists such as Lord Rothchild had persuaded the British to hand over Palestine to the Jews, in exchange for Zionist-controlled America's entry into the war.
Zionist bankers were the real victors of the war. Not only did they profit from the loans to Britain and France during the war, but the jackpot came with the Dawes and Young plans for German reparations during the 1920s.
By the 1930s, everyone knew that liberal democracy and capitalism were dead. And it seemed as if only Fascism or Communism could lead Europe out of its economic nightmare.
Fascism and Communism have come and gone. But now Western financier interests are pushing for another war in Europe, this time against Russia. Of course, the war against Russia has been going on now for a long time. The return of Russia as a major regional power has given the West a pretext for mindless bellicosity.