You make me laugh with your coldwaresque ridiculous western propaganda.
For all I care, Soviet "the help was only the 4% of the total, almost irrelevant" or Western "we saved their a**es" are a crock of sh*t. I have no time for this and other sophistries.
I cited an example that should make you think. The truck theory does NOT describe what happened in '41. And the theories that cannot describe the real world tend to be weak... But carry on with your cold war narratives
Your latest response is to yourself but you refer to 'your' and so as we've been exchanging posts and no one else has directly been answering your posts this morning (Ranger Joe's post 95 was not in anyway referring to the Soviets), your post is clearly in response to my last response to you. Very annoying debating style (and I know exactly why you've done it) but par for the course I'm afraid.
Firstly you state "You make me laugh with your coldwaresque ridiculous western propaganda".
As usual, if you are going to comment critically upon someone's posts please have the good grace, the common courtesy, to actually read what they've said. Two comments made by me as recently as post 81 - in addition to what I've said in the past in support of the sacrifice of the Soviet people:
So those that limit Allied involvement in the Soviet victory are as misguided as those who downplay the Soviet sacrifice. It's all political nonsense. It's just a shame it's so difficult to get a balanced view.
As much as some may not want to admit it (for whatever political or other purpose), the US, the Commonwealth and the Soviets needed each other.
Two posts later I said
Well I for one agree wholeheartedly. To suggest that that without the invasion of Sicily (and the withdrawal of German forces in the east) the Germans would have broken through during Citadel is, from what I've read, fanciful.
So you think what I've written there is simply spouting Cold War bias????
You brought in Guatemala and Peru - and the vacuousness of that comment was called out. You knew that to be the case so simply didn't respond - but posted some nonsense about gold-laden destroyers to try and hide your embarrassment and deflect from your mistake.
That you simply refuse to believe the Western Allied help was crucial simply confirms your status as a poster child for those incapable of wanting to understand what happened in WWII. Stalin himself said they couldn't have won without Allied aid - but of course you will simply say Kruschev made that up. Well the testimony of Kruschev is a lot more believable than your distorted version of events.
So I'm still waiting, no more deflecting.... Explain the Guatemala/Peru/USA situation and how it is the same as USSR/USA.
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