Relating to the countries or nations there was no we
and no they, but there was a we of powerless
people (99%) and a they of powerful people (1%)
who won the war, became more rich and more powerful by the war.
The people didn't want war, the governments wanted war - sooner
or later and more or less - because they had to want war at last.
Germany's enemies did not primarily fight the Nazis, they primarily
fighted Germany. And that was not merely an allied goal, but as well
or probably more a nationalistic goal because fighting Germany was
a chance to become rich, thus more powerful, namely to become the
world power. Until 1945 Germany had been the one and only rival of
the USA, in the matter of world power which the British Emipre had
already lost during the World War I. Besides: the USSR at that time
was de facto still a part of the Third World.
||Wernher von Braun, in: Time.
If the USA had not got e.g. the German technician and rocket engineer
Wernher von Braun and his crew, there would never have been any
landing on the moon (except a German one). Wernher von Braun was
a Nazi, and after the World War II he was blackmailed: either
you help the USA or you will be put in prison! His crew were
also blackmailed. They all preferred to help the USA because they
did not want to be jailed.
Other German scientists, technicians, engineers etc. were treated
similarly - not only in the USA, but also e.g. in the USSR.
In the Second World War the powerful 1% fighted against the powerless
99%, and the powerfull 1% won - as always.
Globalism is nationalism in global dimensions. So on the one (quantitative)
hand we currently have more nationalism, and on the other (qualitative)
hand we currently have a different nationalism, namely a global
And there are also documentary films and the fact that all these
Germans came to the US in May 1945 and lived there in a city which
was founded just for that reason. Google for example this: Operation
Paperclip or Operation
104 German rocket scientists (aerospace engineers):
Wernher von Braun and his team at Fort Bliss in Texas, USA, 1945.
Operation Paperclip was the Office of Strategic Services (OSS)
program in which more than 1,500 German scientists, technicians,
and engineers were brought from Germany to the United States for
employment after the World War II. It was conducted by the Joint
Intelligence Objectives Agency (JIOA). In other words: It was a
criminal act, one criminal act of the other crimninal acts of the
greatest raid of all time.
B.t.w.: Nearly similar the number of the German scientists, technicians,
and engineers who were brought in the Soviet Union (USSR) after
the World War II.