ANOTHER UNTRUTH EXPOSED
When the Olympic Games took place in Berlin, Germany, in 1936, we were told, by our newspapers of the day, that the Germans frowned upon the athletes from other countries, especially those from the United States. Now we are beginning to see that all is not as it seems!
Our Zionist controlled press at the time put out articles that an Adolph Hitler himself stormed out of the Olympic Stadium when an American athlete, Jesse Owens, who had just won his first of 4 gold medals in track and field events, had defeated his superior Aryan athletes.
It now seems that that was definitely Zionist propaganda, and in fact, Adolph Hitler stayed in the stadium that day and shook hands with Jesse Owens after the event was over!
Here is an article that exposes the truth, rather than the BS that we have been fed with for all of these years:
A veteran German sports reporter has claimed that Adolf Hitler did in fact shake hands with black US athlete Jesse Owens at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
At the time, it was reported that Hitler had stormed out of the stadium furious that Owens, who had just run his way to the first of four gold medals in the 100 metres, had beaten his Aryan sportsmen.
However, Siegfried Mischner, 83, said that Owens carried around a photograph in his wallet of Hitler shaking his hand before he left the stadium.
Mischner, who was a reporter at the time, claimed Owens showed him the photograph and told him: "That was one of my most beautiful moments."
He said: "It was taken behind the honour stand and so not captured by the world's press. But I saw it, I saw him shaking Hitler's hand.
"The predominating opinion in post-war Germany was that Hitler had ignored Owens.
"We therefore decided not to report on the photo. The consensus was that Hitler had to continue to be painted in a bad light in relation to Owens."
Mischner's claims cannot be verified because all other witnesses, including Owens, are dead.
Owens, who died in 1980 aged 66, was the son of sharecroppers and won four track and field gold medals ~ the 100m, the long jump, the 200m and the relay race ~ at Berlin.
He insisted that he had not been snubbed by Hitler but made no reference to meeting him and shaking hands.
"When I passed the Chancellor he arose, waved his hand at me, and I waved back at him. I think the writers showed bad taste in criticizing the man of the hour in Germany," he said.
We now understand that it has always been the Zionist agenda to make certain people look like criminals, while the true criminals, themselves, are glorified in their press, or on their controlled idiot box!
More to come, NTS