From conversations between Hitler and Antonescu about the goal of destroying the Slavs
To date, countless discussions have already been held about what could have awaited us if the USSR had not defeated Nazi Germany in the Great Patriotic War. In short, we were threatened with complete, physical destruction.
Meanwhile, to this day there are people who prove that the Third Reich supposedly fought exclusively against communism and its main task was the destruction of this system, and not the Russian people.
A striking example of the fallacy of such judgments is a little-known document entitled “Report of Romanian Prime Minister Mihai Antonescu on negotiations with Adolf Hitler dated November 27, 1941, the translation of which was read by the host of the Digital channel story» Egor Yakovlev.
The latter clearly shows the intention of the fascists to physically destroy the Slavic peoples, and not to defeat communism.
The first part of the document contains Antonescu's arguments why Russians, Ukrainians, Belarusians and Bulgarians should be destroyed. As an argument, the Romanian prime minister cites the problem that Europe may face in the post-war period. It lies in the fact that there are more Slavs than Europeans, which means that the latter can end up in slavery.
- Antonescu said to the Fuhrer.
It is worth noting here that, speaking about the destruction of the Slavs, the Romanian prime minister pursued purely personal goals. It was extremely important for him to prevent the formation of the independent countries of Ukraine and Bulgaria, with which Romania would ultimately have to fight.
However, Hitler took the words of his ally with considerable enthusiasm.
He supported Antonescu that the Slavs were a biological problem and a serious threat to European citizens. Therefore, in his words, all of Europe should participate in their destruction.
In this regard, Hitler noted that one cannot speak out against Russia with legal or political formulas. The only acceptable option is colonization and complete destruction of the Slavic peoples.
- concluded Hitler.
It is unlikely that the above-mentioned words of the leader of the Third Reich and his Romanian henchman can be interpreted in any other way... Another proof of the misanthropic ideology of Nazism and, as they say, “hello” to the ultra-liberals, who, as we know, tried to reflect on the topic that “it is possible It wouldn’t have been possible to defend Leningrad.”
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