Again I ask you if Hitler did not have this meeting and postpone Barbarossa on this day when did he do it?
At THIS point in the discussion it would be best to avoid obviously attempting to move the conversation away from your excreble referencing, don't you think?
Keitel was of course present also when Hitler postponed Barbarossa until June 22nd on the 30th of March.
Keitel's OWN memoir for the 30th of March, reproduced several times now on this thread...which YOU produced as a source - DOES NOT MENTION THIS.
I interjected that our eastern front deadline could not be postponed,
as troop movements were already proceeding according to our planned
maximum railway-capacity programme and we could not reduce that
programme to any further extent; Field-Marshal List’s army was too weak
to pit against Yugoslavia, and we could not rely on the Hungarians. That,
rejoined Hitler, was the very reason why he had called in Brauchitsch and
Halder; some solution would have to be found. Now he intended to make
a clean sweep in the Balkans – it was time people got to know him better.
Serbia had always been a State prone to Putsche, so he was going to clean her
up; and so he stormed on – he was, one might say, properly under way.
You realise from the above Hitler decided to attack Yugoslavia and Greece and postpone Barbarossa right?
What you're doing is MAKING AN ASSUMPTION.
The passage ONLY says that Hitler said on that "some solution would have to be found"- you cannot wish something into existence. As of that date it ONLY means that "some solution would have to be found".
Neither in the rest of that paragraph OR the next - the only parts of YOUR reference dealing with the events in late March - is there any mention of Barbarossa being postponed or being ordered to be postponed.
No matter how hard you wish.