Being referred to as "the likes of you" by a self-evident racist, Nazi sympathizer and liar, and hearing you call others hypocrites, is at least amusing.
As you said, others are also reading, and I'm sure all of them are also amused, in a head-shaking way, by your bizarre screechings. Comments on some (I took the liberty of correcting most of your typos):
Sudetenland was never part of Germany proper because it belong to the Hapsburg Austrian Hungarian Empire. That does not mean that Sudetenland was not German, or that Germany or the German people living in Sudetenland, did not have a right to self determination.
Then why did Hitler claim it was a province "stolen from" Germany? What "right" did Germany have to a territory it had never possessed? What do you mean, in your illiterate sentence construction, that "Germany" did not have a right to self-determination? Come again? As to the right of self-determination by the Germans in Sudetenland, they were never permitted to determine their fate. No one in the Sudetenland was ever asked to vote on annexation. Germany threatened to invade a foreign, sovereign country to get the land it coveted. And those British and French you so despise -- you know, the ones who kept incessantly escalating events toward war -- are the ones who handed the territory over to Hitler without consulting any of the affected parties. Seems to me you should speak more kindly of them, at least in this regard. You know, a little thank-you. (And no mention I see of Hitler's annexation of the Czech lands in March of '39. How about a little self-determination there?)
Calling Buchanan an anti-Semite, racist, or any of those other colorful names is the sort of tactic I expect from the likes of you. It does nothing to actually rebut the contentions he sets for.
True, but then I don't have the space here to refute an entire book, do I? Those "colorful" and accurate descriptions do, however, help make his agenda plain. And the fact that you consider him an authority doesn't make him one. Incidentally, I once met Pat Buchanan, in the 70s, and spoke to him for a few minutes. Nice guy, actually, very friendly and engaging. This was not long before Nixon resigned and Buchanan asked Ford to appoint him our ambassador to South Africa, then still governed by a white supremacist regime that patterned much of its ideology on Nazi Germany. In other words, your kind of place. Of over 170 countries around in the world with which we had diplomatic relations, Pat asked to be sent to the one explicitly racist nation. What a coincidence!
Let's set aside the abject hypocrisy of the holier than thou Allies who escalated things to such a point as to set all of Europe ablaze
Oh, right, it was those vicious Allies who dragged Europe into war by their relentless opposition to Germany throughout the 30s, who shamelessly escalated each petty event into a crisis with their incessant, unyielding demands. Hitler, we command you to remilitarize the Rhineland! Hitler, we demand you tear up the Treaty of Versailles! Hitler, we insist you re-arm! Hitler, we compel you to annex Austria! Hitler, we're giving you Czechoslovakia whether you want it or not! My God, how did Adolf put up with so much for so many years?
Set aside all that and consider that *BOTH* Germany and the USSR invaded Poland. Germany however had ethnic Germans living in many territories wrongly taken from her in the Diktat. In addition though, the Soviet Union also invaded Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Finland. And yet the righteous allies ONLY declare war on Germany.
Yes, they both invaded Poland -- under a treaty signed by both nations in which they agreed to invade and divide up Poland, and in which Hitler specifically acquiesced to the USSR's invasions of Finland and the Baltic states in 1939-1940. Since you excuse Germany's aggression on the basis that there were Germans living in lands ceded to Poland after WWI, what about the Russians and other peoples in Polish territories formerly in the Russian Empire? Oh, and one minor point you neglect: Hitler invaded the Baltic states in 1941. In fact, in the original draft of the Ribbentrop-Molotov pact, Germany was to be "given" Lithuania, but later exchanged it for Polish territory Stalin had taken. Not many Germans in Lithuania or the Baltic states. As for the Allies, their only treaty obligation to declare war was with Poland -- they had no such treaty with any of the Baltic states, which Hitler has expressly given Stalin a free hand in. Obviously your problems with Stalin don't extend to his treaty with Hitler.
Add in the terror bombings that deliberately killed millions of German civilians and the policy of unconditional surrender, which translates to something far more ghastly in the German, a policy that forced Germany to fight to the last, during which about 60 percent of her casualties were suffered, and it is clear to me who the real war mongers are.
Ah, yes, how shameful of the Allies. There certainly weren't any terror bombings or other military assaults on innocent peoples by the benign Reich. Germany "forced" to fight? What bilge. Perhaps -- just a thought here -- perhaps if Germany hadn't started the war and invaded or attacked so many nations, the poor Germans wouldn't have suffered so much. (That includes invading or attacking over a dozen countries that didn't have any German minorities within them, a vast aspect you conveniently ignore since it discredits your half-witted efforts to justify German aggression on the basis of "self-determination" of ethnic Germans.)
Gott straff Engeland!
Yay! There it is! You must really feel out of place, now that it's 2015 and not the heady days of 1940. By the way, in German "England" is -- England. No extra e.
As to your other ravings, well, blather away. Back to the basement now, the one bedecked with Confederate and Nazi flags and lots of books in Gothic print. Cuddle up with your racism and delusions and psychoses and all that ignorance and hate brimming over and dream of a world made clean thanks to the sane and indulgent humanity of Adolf Hitler and his pals...just trying to make a better world, what's left of it.
Thanks for a fun post, and, you know, Heil and all that....