It is believed that Hitler and Stalin were both involved in the Operation Barbarossa.
Stalin’s inaction despite foreknowledge of “Operation Barbarossa”, Hitler’s 1941 invasion of Russia, is one of the great mysteries of World War Two.
The Illuminati bankers manufacture war to advance a satanic world government agenda. The wartime leaders belonged to the (Masonic Jewish) Illuminati and were chosen to impose another catastrophe upon the human race. Their incongruous behavior was designed to ensure maximum slaughter and prolong the war.
According to author David Murphy, Stalin had precise intelligence regarding Barbarossa yet “rejected it and refused to permit his military to take necessary actions to respond lest they ‘provoke’ the Germans.”
Russian intelligence had thoroughly penetrated Nazi ranks. There were hundreds of accurate reports as early as August 1940 pointing to the future Nazi invasion. One of the most definitive came from spy Victor Sorge, a journalist on intimate terms with the German ambassador to Japan.
On May 5, 1941, Sorge sent Moscow a microfilm of a telegram from Foreign Minister Ribbentrop saying, “Germany will begin a war against the USSR in the middle of June 1941.” Ten days later, Sorge reported the exact date, dawn, June 22.
For his reward, Stalin castigated Sorge as “a little shit,” a pimp and war profiteer. After Sorge’s arrest, the Japanese proposed a prisoner exchange with Russia. Stalin let the gifted spy die. Why? Because he was a witness of Illuminati collusion.
How could Stalin ignore all these warnings when the Nazis had nine Armies consisting of 150 Divisions amassed on his border? Four and a half million soldiers. 650,000 vehicles.
Stalin’s refusal to permit a mobilization or take countermeasures contributed to the loss of 20 million Russian lives
Moreover, for a year prior to the invasion, Stalin allowed the Luftwaffe to make hundreds of reconnaissance flights over western Russia, forbidding his air force from interfering. Why on earth would he do that?
Trainloads of iron ore passed from Russia to Nazi occupied Poland on the night of the invasion.
Once under way, Hitler and Stalin took command of their respective armies making disastrous decisions that may have been deliberate.
For example, by the end of July 1941, Army Group Center was poised to take Moscow, only 200 kms away. But Hitler insisted that that critical panzer units be diverted to the Ukraine. It wasn’t until Oct. 2 that the offensive against Moscow was resumed, and by then the weather had turned.
Similarly, during this diversion against Kiev, Stalin refused to allow his troops to withdraw to a defensive position. The battle ended Sept. 26 with the destruction of five Soviet armies, the capture of 665,000 men and an enormous amount of equipment.
Judging from their actions, both Hitler and Stalin were determined to extend the war and make it as costly as possible. I suspect the battle was not between the USSR and Nazi Germany.