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İşte bu İngiltere devleti, kendisinin bir uzantısı olan Amerikan devleti ve Almanya devletindeki bazı aile şirketlerini, şeytani tarikatları ve hükümet nezdindeki önemli kişileri kullanarak(ve ayrıca onları büyütüp, ünlü yapıp, sahneye çıkartıp ve sonrasındada besleyip), Devlet+Mafya-Tarikat-Gladyo sistemini İkinci Dünya Savaşı öncesinde ve sırasında kurmaya çalışmak istemiştir ve başarılı olmuştur.
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Devlet: İngiltere-Amerika.
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İmparatorluğun Yeniden Kurulması, Amerikan-Tarzı

Mesajgönderen TurkmenCopur » 04 May 2011, 16:55

REBUILDING THE REICH, AMERICAN-STYLE

WITH KENNEDY DEAD AND LYNDON B. JOHNSON IN THE White House, the Nazification of the United States moved ahead largely unhindered.
During the Johnson years, the president was surrounded by a coterie of advisers, collectively known as his "wise men." All were members of the Council on Foreign Relations. These included John J. McCloy, Averell Harriman, Dean Rusk, William Bundy, Dean Acheson, George F. Ken-nan, and Robert A. Lovett. "By the early 1960s the Council on Foreign Relations, Morgan and Rockefeller interests, and the intelligence community were so extensively interbred as to be virtually a single entity," remarked Professor Donald Gibson.

With young people, the media, and members of Congress fixated on the Vietnam War, few people were aware of the growing power and influence of the military and the immense war machine assembled behind it. Not that this war machine was designed to actually win battles. on the contrary, it was designed to suck tax dollars from the public treasury, centralize power in the government and its corporate sponsors, and spread the new Reich's influence across the globe.
Under the banner of freedom and democracy, yet pursuing the agenda of the globalists who supported the Nazis, the United States slowly turned from one of the most admired nations in the world to one of the most despised.

William Blum, a former State Department employee turned author, stated:

"From 1945 to 2003, the United States attempted to overthrow more than forty foreign governments and to crush more than thirty populist-nationalist movements fighting against intolerable regimes. In the process, the U.S. bombed some twenty-five countries, caused the end of life for several million people, and condemned many millions more to a life of agony and despair."

The result of America's empire-building national policy has been dismal at best and catastrophic at worst.

Putting aside the historical aggression displayed by American foreign policy in the Mexican War of 1848 and the Spanish-American War of 1898, a series of misguided foreign-policy adventures since the arrival of thousands of Nazis following World War II includes:

♦ In 1953, a few years after Iran's prime minister Mohammed Mossadegh engaged in a gradual and lawful nationalization of the oil industry in that Mideast nation, he and his democratic government were deposed by a coup instigated by the CIA. This brought the shah to power, with the monarchy assuming complete control in 1963, and turning Iran into a client state of the United States. Thousands of Iranians, perhaps millions, died during the repressive rule of the shah and his brutal SAVAK secret police. The shah was finally forced out in 1979 by the Ayatollah Khomeini, who quickly became the United States' latest foreign enemy, despite the fact that he had been on the CIA payroll while living in Paris. The shah was granted asylum in the United States, and a medieval version of Islam took control over Iran, which by 2007 was again a targeted enemy.
♦ In 1954, the CIA toppled the popularly elected government of Jacobo Arbenz in Guatemala, which had nationalized United Fruit property. Prominent American government officials such as former CIA director Walter Bedell Smith, then CIA director Allen Dulles, Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs John Moors Cabot, and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles were all closely connected to United Fruit. An estimated 120,000 Guatemalan peasants died in the resulting military dictatorships.
♦ Fidel Castro, with covert aid from the CIA, overthrew the military dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista in 1959 and instituted sweeping land, industrial, and educational reforms as well as nationalizing American businesses. He was swiftly labeled a communist, and the CIA organized anti-Castro Cubans, which resulted in numerous attacks on Cuba and the failed Bay of Pigs Invasion in 1961. The island nation has been the object of U.S. economic sanctions since that time.
♦ In 1965, more than 3,000 persons died in the wake of an invasion of the Dominican Republic by U.S. Marines. The troops ostensibly were sent to prevent a communist takeover, although later it was admitted that there had been no proof of such an attempt.
♦ Also in 1965, the United States began the bombing of North Vietnam after President Lyndon B. Johnson proclaimed the civil war there an "aggression" by the North. Two years later, American troop strength in Vietnam had grown to 380,000, and soon after climbed to more than 500,000. U.S. dead by the end of that Asian war totaled some 58,000, with casualties to the Vietnamese, both North and South, running into the millions.
♦ In 1973, the elected government of Salvador Allende in Chile was overthrown by a military coup aided by the CIA. Allende was killed, and some 30,000 persons died in subsequent violence and repression, including some Americans. Chile was brought back into the sphere of influence of the United States and remained a military dictatorship for the next two decades.
♦ In 1968, General Sukarno, the unifier of Indonesia, was overthrown by General Suharto, again with aid from the CIA. Suharto proved more dictatorial and corrupt than his predecessor. Some 800,000 persons reportedly died during his regime. Another 250,000 persons died in 1975, during the brutal invasion of East Timor by the Suharto regime, aided by the U.S. government and Henry Kissinger.
♦ In 1979, the powerful and corrupt Somoza family, which had ruled Nicaragua since 1937, was finally overthrown and Daniel Ortega was elected president. But CIA-backed Contra insurgents operating from Honduras fought a protracted war to oust the Ortega government, and an estimated 30,000 people died. The ensuing struggle came to include such shady dealing in arms and drugs that it created a scandal in the United States called Iran-Contra, which involved persons connected to the National Security Council selling arms to Iran, then using the profits to buy drugs in support of the Contras. All of those indicted or convicted of crimes in this scandal were pardoned by then-president
George H. W. Bush.
♦ In 1982, U.S. Marines landed in Lebanon in an attempt to prevent further bloodshed between occupying Israeli troops and the Palestine Liberation Organization. Thousands died in the resulting civil war, including hundreds of Palestinians massacred in refugee camps by right-wing Christian forces while Ariel Sharon, then an Israeli general, looked on with apparent approval. Despite the battleship shelling of Beirut, and the destruction of that great Mediterranean city, American forces were withdrawn in 1984 after a series of bloody attacks on them. More than two decades later, the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians remains as intractable and deadly as ever, in large part due to the virtually unconditional support of Israel by the United States, which has been sustained by the Israel lobby.
♦ In 1983, U.S. troops invaded the tiny Caribbean island nation of Grenada after a leftist government was installed. The official explanation was to rescue a handful of American students who initially said they did not need rescuing. The only real damage inflicted in this tiny war was to a mental-health hospital partly owned by a White House physician and widely reported to be a CIA facility, possibly used for mind-control experiments.
♦ During the 1970s and 1980s, the U.S. government gave aid and arms to the right-wing government of the Republic of El Salvador, which represented the financial interests of a tiny oligarchy, for use against its leftist enemies. By 1988, some 70,000 Salvador-ans had died.
♦ More than a million persons died in the fifteen-year battle in Angola between the Marxist government aided by Cuban troops and the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola, supported by South Africa and the U.S. government.
♦ When Muammar al-Qaddafi tried to socialize the oil-rich North African nation of Libya, beginning with his takeover in 1969, he drew the wrath of the U.S. government. In 1981, it was claimed that Qaddafi had sent hit teams to the United States to assassinate President Reagan, and in 1986, following the withdrawal of U.S. oil companies from Libya, an air attack was launched, which missed Qaddafi but killed several people, including his infant daughter.
♦ In 1987, an Iraqi missile attack on the U.S. frigate Stark resulted in 37 deaths. Shortly afterward, the Iraqi president apologized for the incident. In 1988, a U.S. Navy ship shot down an Iranian airliner over the Persian Gulf, causing 290 deaths. The Reagan administration simply called it a mistake.
♦ As many as 8,000 Panamanians died over Christmas 1989, when President George H. W. Bush sent U.S. troops to invade that Central American nation to arrest one-time ally, Manuel Noriega. The excuse was that the Panamanian dictator was involved in the importation of drugs to the United States. U.S. News & World Report noted that a year later, the amount of drugs moving through Panama had doubled.
♦ Iraqi casualties, both military and civilian, totaled more than 300,000 during the short Persian Gulf War of 1991. It has been estimated that more than a million Iraqis, including women and children, have died as a result of the continued missile and air attacks—not including those killed since the U.S. invasion in 2003—as well as of economic sanctions against that nation.
♦ Also in 1991, the United States suspended assistance to Haiti after the election of a liberal priest sparked military action and disorder. Eventually, U.S. troops were deployed. Once again in 2004,

the United States fomented and backed the toppling of the democratically elected president and replaced him with an unelected gang of militarists, CIA operatives, and corporate predators. ♦ Other nations that have felt the brunt of CIA and/or U.S. military activity as a result of globalist foreign policy include Somalia, Afghanistan, Serbia, Kosovo, Bosnia, Brazil, Chad, Sudan, and many others.

IN EARLY 1974, while President Nixon was desperately trying to find a way out of impending impeachment, G. Gordon Liddy, ringleader of the break-in at the National Democratic Party headquarters, was preoccupied with Nazi imagery. Liddy had named the Watergate "plumbers" after that vast secretive organization that helped Nazis escape both Europe and justice after the war. "Our Organization had been directed to .Eliminate Subversion of the Secrets of the Administration, so I created an acronym using the initial letters of those descriptive words [italics added]. ODESSA appealed to me because when I organize, I am inclined to think in German terms and the acronym was also used by a World War II German veterans organization belonged to by some acquaintances of mine,"

Liddy wrote in his 1980 book Will:

The Autobiography of G. Gordon Liddy.

According to author Edward Jay Epstein, in 1971, Liddy invited a number of White House officials to view Nazi propaganda films to "demonstrate how a few determined men could manipulate the emotions of an entire nation by invoking a few highly visual symbols of fear." These Nixon officials included John Ehrlichman, Egil Krogh, Donald Santarelli, and Robert Mardian. "The cycle of films was climaxed on June 13 by the showing of Triumph of the Will, a Nazi propaganda film made under the auspices of Hitler and Goering, which graphically depicted the way a 'national will' could be inculcated into the masses through the agency of controlled fear and frenzied outrage," reported Epstein.

Paul Manning noted:

"The German-South American group also had direct access to the Nixon White House through their representatives in Washington, and were proud of the fact that Bebe Rebozo was President Nixon's closest friend. For, knowingly or unknowingly, Rebozo processed millions of their dollars through his Florida bank as part of normal commercial operations."

And it was during Nixon's presidency that Prescott Bush's son, George Herbert Walker Bush, one of the last of Nixon's Republican loyalists, was named chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC).

With Nixon's resignation in August 1974, the United States entered a period of further turmoil. The Church Committee uncovered conspiracies, including assassination plots within the CIA, and recriminations started, following the loss in Vietnam. Gerald Ford, a Republican insider, had been appointed vice president with the resignation of Spiro Agnew, who was under indictment for tax evasion. When Ford became president, he promptly pardoned Nixon of all crimes and, at the behest of his secretary of defense, Donald Rumsfeld, appointed George H. W. Bush to head the CIA.

At the time, most people could not understand Bush's appointment, having forgotten that his Nazi-connected grandfather, Senator Prescott Bush, had been one of those instrumental in establishing the CIA.
Meanwhile, the globalists, realizing that the Republican Party in the wake of Nixon's resignation was politically vulnerable, were maneuvering to place a Democrat in the White House. They created an outgrowth of the old Council on Foreign Relations called the Trilateral Commission.

THE CONCEPT OF the Trilateral Commission was brought to David Rockefeller in the early 1970s by Zbigniew Brzezinski, then head of the Russian studies department at Columbia University. While at the Brook-ings Institution, Brzezinski had been researching the need for closer cooperation between the trilateral nations of Europe, North America, and Asia.

In a book titled Between Two Ages:

America's Role in the Technetronic Era, Brzezinski foresaw a society "that is shaped culturally, psychologically, socially, and economically by the impact of technology and electronics—particularly in the area of computers and communication." He also declared, "National sovereignty is no longer a viable concept" and predicted "movement toward a larger community by the developing nations . . . through a variety of indirect ties and already developing limitations on national sovereignty." He saw this larger community being funded by "a global taxation system," similar to one that is now being proposed in the United Nations.

Brzezinski's plan for a commission of trilateral nations was first presented during a meeting of the ultrasecret Bilderberg Group in April 1972, in the small Belgian town of Knokke. Reception to Brzezinski's proposal reportedly was enthusiastic. The Trilateral Commission was officially founded on July 1, 1973, with David Rocke feller as chairman. Brzezinski was named founding North American director. North American members included Georgia governor Jimmy Carter, U.S. Congressman John B. Anderson (another presidential candidate), and Time Inc. editor in chief Hedley Donovan. Foreign founding members included Reginald Maudling, Lord Eric Roll, .conomist editor Alistair Burnet, FIAT president Giovanni Agnelli, and French vice president of the Commission of European Communities Raymond Barre.

Even the establishment-oriented media expressed uneasiness over the preponderance of Trilaterals in government in early 1977. Columnist William Greider writing in the Dallas Morning News noted:

"But here is the unsettling thing about the Trilateral Commission. The president-elect [Carter] is a member. So is vice president-elect Walter F. Mondale. So are the new secretaries of state, defense and treasury, Cyrus R. Vance, Harold Brown and W. Michael Blumenthal. So is Zbigniew Brzezinski, who is a former Trilateral director and Carter's national security advisor, also a bunch of others who will make foreign policy for America in the next four years." Antony C. Sutton and Patrick M. Wood, authors of Trilateral Over Washington, commented, "If you are trying to calculate the odds of three virtually unknown men [Carter, Mondale, and Brzezinski], out of over sixty [Trilateral] commissioners from the United States, capturing the three most powerful positions in the land, don't bother. Your calculations will be meaningless."

Despite being a creation of the Rockefeller-dominated Trilateral Commission and following some of their aims, such as eliminating price controls for domestic petroleum production by establishing a national energy policy and further drawing power to the federal government by creating the departments of energy and education, Carter apparently failed to satisfy the globalists.

The mass media were already focusing on conservative California government Ronald Reagan as the man of the hour. Reagan's nomination as GOP presidential candidate for the 1980 election seemed assured.

Carter asked for and was granted a national television spot during prime time, and many media pundits predicted that he was about to announce sweeping changes in government as well as new initiatives that would move his upcoming presidential reelection campaign off high center. But before his televised appearance, Carter journeyed to California, where he was to address a Hispanic crowd in the Los Angeles Civic Center Mall celebrating Cinco de Mayo, the day the Mexicans defeated the French Army in 1862. A few days later, a handful of newspapers carried a small story stating that a "grubby transient" had been arrested there and was being held on suspicion of the attempted assassination of the president. A Secret Service spokesman downplayed the arrest, stating the incident was about as "nothing as these things get."

However, a few days later, another news item appeared, which reported that the thirty-five-year-old Anglo suspect was being held in lieu of $50,000 on charges of conspiring to kill the president. Finally, a one-time story in the May 21, 1979, edition of Newsweek revealed more details of the incident. According to the news magazine, the suspect was arrested after Secret Service agents noticed him "looking nervous." A .22, eight-shot revolver was found on the man along with seventy rounds of blank ammunition. A short time later, the suspect implicated a second man, a twenty-one-year-old Hispanic, who also was taken into custody and subsequently held in lieu of $100,000 bail. The second suspect at first denied knowing the other man, but finally admitted that the pair had test-fired the blank starter pistol from a nearby hotel roof the night before Carter's appearance. Both men said they were simply local street people hired by two hit men who had come up from Mexico. They were to create a diversion with the blank pistol, and the two hit men were to assassinate President Carter with high-powered rifles.

Lending credence to their story, both suspects led authorities to the shabby Alan Hotel located near the civic center. Here investigators found an empty rifle case and three rounds of live ammunition in a room that had been rented under the name Umberto Camacho. Camacho apparently had checked out the day of Carter's visit. No further trace of the hit men could be found.

The Anglo suspect's name was Raymond Lee Harvey and his Hispanic companion's name was Osvaldo Ortiz. This oddity oftheir names prompted Newsweek reporters to state, "References to Lee Harvey Oswald and the assassination of President John F. Kennedy were unavoidable But," they added, "it was still far from clear whether the authorities had a real conspiracy or a wild goose chase on their hands."

No further news stories appeared, and the disposition of the case against Lee Harvey and Osvaldo apparently has never been made public. A recent search of the federal prisoner database indicated no such persons are currently incarcerated.

But apparently Carter got the message. He canceled his national TV speech and went into seclusion at Camp David. After seeking advice from a lengthy line of cons ultants, including the Reverend Billy Graham, Carter was reported to have said, "I have lost control of the government."
Backing away from any serious policy changes, Carter remained indecisive in the public eye. By mid-November the following year, the United States took a conservative turn and elected Republican Ronald Reagan. Reagan's victory was due, in large part, to a failed military attempt to rescue U.S. hostages held by Iranian radicals, followed by the collapse of negotiations regarding their release in mid-October 1980.

R EAGAN, A FORMER spokesman for General Electric Company, stocked his administrations with current and former members of globalist groups, the very people he had criticized while campaigning.

During the 1980 presidential campaigns, Reagan verbally attacked the nineteen Trilaterals in the Carter administration and vowed to investigate the group if elected. While competing against George H. W. Bush for the nomination, Reagan lambasted Bush's membership in both the Trilateral Commission and the CFR and pledged not to give Bush a position in a Reagan government.

Yet during the Republican National Convention, a strange series of events took place. With Reagan secured as the presidential candidate, there was a contentious fight to see who would be vice president. In midweek, national media commentators suddenly began talking about a "dream ticket" to be composed of President Ronald Reagan and Vice President (the former president) Gerald Ford. It was even suggested that since Ford had been president, he should choose half of the Reagan cabinet.

Faced with the prospect of a split presidency, Reagan rushed to the convention floor late at night and announced, "I know that I am breaking with precedent to come here tonight and I assure you at this late hour I'm not going to give you my acceptance address tonight. . . . But in watching at the hotel the television, and seeing the rumors that were going around and the gossip that was taking place here . . . [l]et me as simply as I can straighten out and bring this to a conclusion. It is true that a number of Republican leaders . . . felt that a proper ticket would have included the former president of the United States, Gerald Ford, as second place on the ticket. . . . I then believed that because of all the talk and how something might be growing through the night that it was time for me to advance the schedule a little bit. . . . I have asked and I am recommending to this convention that tomorrow when the session reconvenes that George Bush be nominated for vice president."

For one brief moment, the power of those who control the corporate mass media was revealed. Reagan never again uttered a word against the globalist groups such as the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations. Following his election, Reagan's fifty-nine-member transition team was composed of twenty-eight Council on Foreign Relations members, ten members of the elite Bilderberg Group, and at least ten members of the Trilateral Commission. He even appointed prominent CFR members to three of the nation's most sensitive offices—Secretary of State Alexander Haig, Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger, and Secretary of the Treasury Donald Regan. Additionally, he named Bush's campaign manager James A. Baker III, who then served as a chairman of the Reagan-Bush campaign committee, as his chief of staff. Baker is a fourth-generation member of a family long connected to Rockefeller oil interests.

After Reagan won in November, it was alleged that Bush, along with CIA Director William Casey, had privately cut a deal with Iranian leaders to hold American hostages until after the November election, thus assuring a Reagan victory. Later testimony confirming this "October surprise" came from several people involved, including Richard Brenneke and Heinrich Rupp, who claimed to have flown Casey to a meeting with the Iranians and the Iranian foreign minister. Because of his damaging testimony, Brenneke was tried for perjury but found not guilty. Jury foreman Mark Kristoff stated, "We were convinced that, yes, there was a meeting, and he was there and the other people listed in the indictment were there." Despite this verdict, no action was taken by the Reagan-Bush administration, thanks primarily to debunking by a House Task Force led by Congressman Lee Hamilton, the same man Bush's son would name to cochair his 9/11 Commission in late 2002.

On January 20, 1981, claims of this "October surprise" conspiracy were further supported by the facts that just minutes after Reagan was sworn into office, the American hostages were released, and within weeks, military supplies that Carter had withheld from Iran began moving to that nation. Then, just two months after taking office in 1981, President Reagan was shot by would-be assassin John W. Hinckley, who exhibited the symptoms of brainwashing and whose brother had scheduled dinner with Neil Bush the very day Reagan was shot. For many weeks, while many Americans prayed for Reagan's recovery, the son of Prescott Bush ran the nation.

Bush had exerted his influence to have Alexander Haig appointed secretary of state, and only days before the attempted assassination of Reagan had named Haig to head a special emergency preparedness committee. Haig, a ranking globalist member of the Council on Foreign Relations, was Nixon's chief of staff from 1973 to 1974. It was Haig who finally advised Nixon to resign. Haig was also NATO commander from 1975 to
1979.

Was it sheer coincidence that Hinckley's brother had scheduled dinner with Bush's son Neil the very night Reagan was shot, or that Hinckley's father, a Texas oil man, and George H. W. Bush were longtime friends? It should also be noted that Bush's name—including his then little-publicized nickname "Poppy," which has caused many to wonder if this referred to his parenthood or the narcotic plant—address, and phone number were found in the personal notebook of oil geologist George De-Mohrenschildt, the last known close friend of Lee Harvey Oswald. Many researchers view these seemingly small, unconnected, and little-reported details as being beyond coincidence. Some saw Hinckley's action as an attempt to bring Bush to power eight years before he was elected president.

"This I believe was a coup," stated assassination researcher John Judge, cofounder of the Coalition on Political Assassinations (COPA). In a 2000 interview, Judge stated his belief that "loyalists won the concession that Reagan will be allowed to stay alive but Bush would come into power and at that point Haig emerged from the situation room to the press and said, his famous quote, 'Gentlemen, I am in charge here until the vice president returns.' That meant two things: number one, that they were going extraconstitutional—beyond the twenty-fifth amendment, a military takeover, and [number two] Haig in this office of preparedness, prior to Bush, and basically he's taking charge. The press was questioning, 'What does this mean?' What they don't understand is all that constitution stuff is pushed aside once they declare national emergencies. Then they go into FEMA and they have whole other orders of succession that have to do more with the military and the Pentagon than with any of the civilian sector." Constitutionally, the next in line in the order of succession is the vice president, then the speaker of the House, then the Senate president pro tempore, then the secretary of state. Vice President George H. W. Bush was flying from Texas at the time of Haig's proclamation.

Hinckley was whisked off to Quantico Marine Base, then sent for psychiatric evaluation at Fort Butner, South Carolina, which Judge described as "the first mind-control experimentation prison in the country." All this time, Hinckley was under military control, not civilian. He was eventually brought to court and declared not guilty by reason of insanity for the assassination attempt.

"The patterns are always the same. You have a patsy that takes the blame. You have a second gunman that never comes to light. And you have an ascendance of power.

That's what I think happened after that point:

that Reagan was basically allowed to function but Bush was president," said Judge.

And Bush was virtually unassailable, due to his hidden but powerful support base. Robert Parry, a former investigative reporter for the Associated Press and Newsweek, noted:

"Even when—or maybe especially when—Bush found himself in a corner on what appeared to be an obvious lie, he was a master at turning the tables on his critics. Coming to Bush's defense was an impressive network of friends in high places. They rarely failed him. . . . When that happened, it was wise not to ask too many questions."

ANOTHER INDICATION THAT the Reagan administration may have been under the influence of fascists came in May 1985, when the president laid a wreath at a soldiers' cemetery in Bittburg, Germany, where many Nazi SS officers were buried. It was also the former site of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Although a hue and cry went up from veterans organizations and Jewish groups prior to his visit, Reagan followed through with his plan to honor war dead. In his remarks, he placed the blame for Nazi atrocities on "the awful evil of one man," an obvious reference to Adolf Hitler. This effort to foist off all the blame for Nazism onto one person was perhaps an indication of the influence of pro-Nazi elements within his party.

Meanwhile, throughout the 1980s, Republican Party leaders continued their policy of bringing former Nazis and Nazi-minded foreigners into the party's camp. According to investigative reporter Christopher Simpson, author of Blowback, Nazi emigres brought into the USA by the CIA were placed in prominent positions within the Republican Party through "ethnic outreach committees."

Online Journal is a reader-supported Web zine that was established in 1998 to "provide uncensored and accurate news, analysis and commentary." According to their reporter Carla Binion, a convicted Nazi war collaborator named Laszlo Pasztor served as an adviser to Republican Paul Weyrich, who founded the powerful conservative Heritage Foundation and is considered by many to be one of the founders of the "New Right." Weyrich garnered large support by appealing to Christian fundamentalists and anticommunists. Pasztor built up the GOP emigre network and was founding chairman of the Republican Heritage Groups Council. Pasztor reportedly belonged to the Hungarian Arrow Cross, a group that helped liquidate Jews there during the war. Interestingly enough, Pasztor's efforts to make the Heritage Groups Council an effective branch of the GOP coincided with George H. W. Bush's term as head of the Republican National Committee.

"After Nixon's landslide victory in 1972, he ordered a general house cleaning on the basis of loyalty," stated John Loftus and Mark Aarons in The Secret War Against the Jews. The authors quote Nixon as telling John Ehrlichman, "Eliminate everyone except George Bush. Bush will do anything for our cause." Indeed, it was the elder Bush who fulfilled Nixon's pledge to make emigres with Nazi backgrounds a permanent part of Republican politics. "It is clear that George Bush, as head of the Republican National Committee in 1972, must have known who these 'ethnics' really were," the authors concluded.

Based on the research of journalist Russ Bellant, author of the 1991 book Old Nazis, the New Right, and the Republican Party, other Nazi collaborators involved with the Republican Party included:

♦ Radi Slavoff, executive director of the GOP's Heritage Council and leader of "Bulgarians for Bush," who was a member of a Bulgarian fascist group. Slavoff created a Washington public event for writer Austin App, who in 1987 revealed his pro-Nazi sympathies by writing, "The truth is that in WW II, the Third Reich fought for justice, and the Allies fought to prevent justice."
♦ Florian Galdau, who directed a Republican outreach program among Romanians and would head "Romanians for Bush" in 1988. Galdau was a supporter of Valerian Trifa, convicted of war crimes when he headed the Romanian Iron Guard in Bucharest.
♦ Nicholas Nazarenko, a former SS officer, who was the head of a Cossack Republican ethnic unit during the Nixon years. Although accused of hanging Jews in Odessa, in the 1980s Nazarenko organized an anticommunist demonstration in New York City.
♦ Method Balco, who headed the Slovak-American Republican Federation of the GOP's Heritage Groups Council and during the 1950s organized annual memorials to the pro-Nazi regime of Slovakian Josef Tiso, a creation of Hitler's after the division of Czechoslovakia in 1939.
♦ Walter Melianovich, head of the GOP's Belarusan ethnic unit, who was closely connected to the Belarusan-American Association, an organization rife with transplanted fascists, and in 1988 became national chairman of "Belarusans for Bush."
♦ BohdanFedorak, who during the war was a top U.S. representative of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists—Bandera, a group that committed atrocities in the Nazi-occupied Ukraine— and in 1988 became national vice chairman of "Ukrainians for Bush." As a ranking member of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, Fedorak lobbied Congress trying to stop Justice Department prosecutions of pro-Nazi Ukrainian war criminals.

Allan A. Ryan Jr., former director of the Justice Department's Office of Special Investigations, said he found Bellant's reporting "well-documented and reliable."
Just weeks before the 1988 election, the Washington Jewish Week revealed that several Nazis and Jew-haters were involved in the coalition supporting Bush's Republican campaign. When this news broke, at least four of those mentioned by name were forced to resign. The Nazi connections to the Republican Party cited by Bellant and the Jewish publication were confirmed by an investigation by reporters from the Philadelphia Inquirer in September 1988.
Online Journal reporter Carla Binion wondered aloud if Reagan, Bush, or Reagan's CIA director William Casey realized they were being aided and supported by Nazis and Nazi collaborators. The available evidence indicates they were. "One thing is certain," Binion concluded, noting that Bush had preceded Casey as a CIA director, "The intelligence agencies know the scope and extent of Nazi involvement with the political right in this country. It is a shame they keep it hidden from the majority of the American people."

This charge is confirmed by a list of nearly two thousand "Former Nazi and Fascist Individuals Entering the U.S. under Official Auspices," recently released by the National Archives after being locked away for years by presidential order.

Peter Levenda also has studied the connection between old Nazis and ranking Republicans. After noting the prosecution of Prescott Bush for being a financial frontman for Hitler, he wrote, "We cannot, of course, hold former President Bush responsible for the sins of his father; nor can we hold his son responsible. Yet, we can expect a higher degree of moral responsibility in their actions as men and as political leaders. Unfortunately . . . in the 1988 presidential campaign, George H. W. Bush was happy to accept support from a range of Nazis and Nazi-sympathizers in his quest for the White House, and was just as happy to keep them on in the administration even after they had been identified as such."

Writing about a streak of anti-Semitism in the globalist individuals and companies that supported Hitler and continued to support Nazism even after the war, Levenda stated, "I believe that the entire racial theory of Nazism was a comfortable environment for these men.

They were, after all, from privileged backgrounds:

old money, power, prestige, the right companies, the right schools, the right fraternities (such as the infamous Skull and Bones at Yale, to which generations of the Bush family belonged). The Nazis embodied the secret dreams and unspoken loyalties of these men, the public acknowledgment of all that the American elite held dear."

DURING THE REAGAN years, as most Americans were lulled into a false sense of security, the minions of the fascist globalists took steps to change the power structure of America.

James Mann, former Beijing bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times and a senior writer-in-residence at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, took note that during the 1980s, when Bush was in virtual command of the White House during Reagan's hospitalization and recuperation, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld were conspicuously absent at least once a year. Cheney and Rumsfeld, along with several dozen federal officials and one member of the cabinet, would travel to Andrews Air Force Base, usually in the middle of the night, and from there would proceed to a remote location in the United States, such as a decommissioned military base or an underground bunker.

Mann reported that "Cheney [Gerald Ford's chief of staff and a former director of the CFR] was working diligently on Capitol Hill as a congressman rising through the ranks of the Republican leadership. Rumsfeld, who had served as Gerald Ford's secretary of defense, was a hard-driving business executive in the Chicago area—where, as the head of G. D. Searle and Company, he dedicated time and energy to the success of such commercial products as NutraSweet, Equal, and Metamucil. Yet for periods of three or four days at a time no one in Congress knew where Cheney was, nor could anyone at Searle locate Rumsfeld. Even their wives were in the dark; they were handed only a mysterious Washington phone number to use in case of emergency."

Cheney and Rumsfeld were involved in one of the most highly classified programs of the Reagan administration, a program that called for setting aside the legal rules for presidential succession. This "continuity of government" program was created by a secret executive order from Reagan.
According to Mann, one of the program's participants told him, "One of the awkward questions we faced was whether to reconstitute Congress after a nuclear attack. It was decided that no, it would be easier to operate without them. For one thing, it was felt that reconvening Congress, and replacing members who had been killed, would take too long."

Mann continued: "Within Reagan's National Security Council the 'action officer' for the secret program was Oliver North, later the central figure in the Iran-contra scandal. Vice President George H. W. Bush was given the authority to supervise some of these efforts, which were run by a new government agency with a bland name: the National Program Office. It had its own building in the Washington area, run by a two-star general, and a secret budget adding up to hundreds of millions of dollars a year. When George H. W. Bush was elected president, in 1988, members of the secret Reagan program rejoiced; having been closely involved with the effort from the start, Bush wouldn't need to be initiated into its intricacies and probably wouldn't reevaluate it. In fact, despite dramatically improved relations with Moscow, Bush did continue the exercises, with some minor modifications."

Although the elder Bush gained his own time in the White House in 1988, it was limited to one term due to the controversies and conspiracies swirling about him, not the least of which was his father's pro-Nazi background. It was to escape this heritage that, in 1949, young George had moved from his ancestral home in Connecticut to the more receptive environs of Texas.

During the Clinton administration, those who knew about the "continuity of government" plan considered it an outdated relic. Though it was neglected, it was not abolished. After September 11, 2001, the creators of this plan moved into action. Mann reported that, in the Presidential Emergency Operations Center under the White House, Cheney told President Bush to delay his planned flight back from Florida, while at the Pentagon, Rumsfeld instructed Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wol-fowitz to leave Washington for the safety of one of the underground bunkers. "Cheney also ordered House Speaker Dennis Hastert, other congressional leaders, and several cabinet members (including agriculture secretary Ann Veneman and interior secretary Gale Norton) evacuated to one of these secure facilities away from the capital," added Mann.

In the days following 9/11, the American news media finally mentioned the existence of this "shadow government." Of course, there was no mention of the Nazi-connected globalists who had inspired it.

"Their [Cheney's and Rumsfeld's] participation in the extraconstitu-tional continuity-of-government exercises, remarkable in its own right, also demonstrates a broad, underlying truth about these two men," Mann stated. "For three decades, from the Ford administration onward, even when they were out of the executive branch of government, they were never far away. They stayed in touch with defense, military, and intelligence officials, who regularly called upon them. They were, in a sense, a part of the permanent hidden national-security apparatus of the United States."

ALL OF THIS was a far cry from the fringe rants of neo-Nazis like George Lincoln Rockwell, founder of the American Nazi Party, who was assassinated by a former colleague in August 1967.

Rockwell, a former navy pilot during World War II and failed artist like his hero, Adolf Hitler, saw the telltale signs of conspiracy abroad in America, but, like Senator Joseph McCarthy and the more recent Holocaust deniers, attributed it to "international communism" coupled with the anti-Semitic view of a worldwide Jewish conspiracy. He formed various National Socialist political organizations and made headlines trying to conduct public rallies in various places.
Rockwell, as well as the more recent Nazi skinheads, merely served to focus public attention on these fringe elements of society and away from the military-industrial empire being created all around them.

The United States has long been governed by men connected to secret societies such as the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission, both of which can be traced back to much earlier societies, like the previously mentioned Bavarian Illuminati and Freemasonry. These groups can, in turn, be traced back to even earlier societies, such as the Knights Templar and Rosicrucians, which all had a particular interest in alchemy and the occult. As reported earlier, it was the right-wing German Thule Gesellschaft, or Thule Society, an offshoot of the Teutonic Knights, that formed the nucleus of the fledgling Nazi Party. Whether or not the infamous Illuminati still exists, its credo "the end justifies the means" lives on in the hearts of the corporate owners of today—globalists who value the blending of state and corporate power, the very definition of fascism.

One organization that forms the connective tissue between these various secret groups may be the shadowy Bilderberg Group—powerful men and women, many of European royalty, who meet in secret each year to discuss the issues of the day. This reclusive group is considered by researchers to be the center of the world's social and economic manipulation, yet the Bilderberg meetings receive virtually no coverage in the corporate mass media, even though well-known American journalists, such as William F. Buckley and Bill Moyers, attend.

Founded by Prince Bernhard, the Bilderberg Group is composed of the inner-core elite of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission. The name "Bilderberg" has been identified with the Bilder-berg Hotel in Oosterbeek, Holland, where the group was first discovered, but some researchers claim the name was derived from an I. G. Farben subsidiary, Farben Bilder. Prince Bernhard was a director of Farben Bilder
in the 1930s.

Dutch prince Bernhard—full name Bernhard Julius Coert Karel God-fried Pieter, prince of the Netherlands and of Lippe-Biesterfeld—was the primary impetus for the Bilderberg meetings. As previously noted, Bernhard was a former member of the Nazi Schutzstaffel, or Elite Guard, and an employee of Germany's I. G. Farben in Paris. In 1937, he married Princess Juliana of the Netherlands and became a major shareholder and officer in Dutch Shell Oil, along with Britain's Lord Victor Rothschild.

In England, after the war, Rothschild and Polish socialist Dr. Joseph Hieronim Retinger encouraged Prince Bernhard to create the Bilderberg Group, which began as unofficial meetings between members of Europe's wealthy elite. The official creation of this highly secret organization came about in the early 1950s, following discussions between Prince Bernhard and Dr. Retinger, a founder of the European Movement after World War II. Retinger became known as the "father of the Bilderbergers."

Retinger was brought to America by Averell Harriman just after the war, when Harriman was U.S. ambassador to England. In America, Retinger visited prominent citizens, such as David and Nelson Rockefeller, John Foster Dulles, and then CIA director Walter Bedell Smith, all men with close connections to the Nazis.

Previously, Retinger had formed the American Committee on a United Europe, working alongside future CIA director and CFR member Allen Dulles, then CFR director George Franklin, CIA official Thomas Braden, and former OSS chief William Donovan. Donovan began his intelligence career as an operative of J. P. Morgan Jr. and was known as an "Anglophile," a supporter of close British-American relations. Retinger continued his participation in Bilderberg meetings until his death in 1960. Another CIA-connected person who helped create the Bilderberg Group was Life magazine publisher C. D. Jackson, who served under President Eisenhower as "special consultant for psychological warfare."

In fact, the list of American institutions that initially supported the Bilderberg Group reads like a list of prewar financiers of Hitler—First National City Bank [now Citibank], Morgan Guaranty Trust Company, Ford Motor Company, Standard Oil, and Du Pont.

The common denominator of these societies seems to be the acquisition of money, which translates into power. Spencer Oliver, the ranking Democratic Party leader whose telephone was bugged as part of the Watergate break-in, has stated, "The biggest weapon in American politics is money, because you can use money to influence people, to influence the media, to influence campaigns, to influence individuals, to bribe people." As has been seen, the fascist globalists have all the money. They are where the buck stops . . . and begins.

In 1991, then Arkansas governor Bill Clinton was honored as a Bilder-berg guest, and the next year he ran for and won the presidency of the United States. After his election, Clinton made no mention of the Bilderberg meetings. Hillary Clinton attended a meeting in 1997, becoming the first American first lady to do so. Thereafter, talk steadily grew concerning her future role in politics, and by 2008 she was a leading Democratic presidential candidate.
One illustration of globalist control within the Clinton administration can be found in the person of President Clinton's treasury secretary Robert E. Rubin, a former cochairman of Goldman Sachs, who was named to head Clinton's National Economic Council. Despite Clinton's promises to "reform our politics so that power and privilege no longer shout down the voice of the people," according to Professor Donald Gibson, who lectures on wealth and power at the University of Pittsburgh and is author of Battling Wall Street, Rubin, in his capacity as council director, fought "to protect China's preferred trading status, to protect employers' interest in health-care reform, and to pursue a tougher policy in negotiations with Japan."
"At Goldman Sachs, Rubin had been involved in the kind of high-level paper-shuffling that Bill Clinton has said was undermining the economy,"

Gibson wrote:

"Goldman Sachs, along with Morgan Stanley, First Boston, Dillon Read, and others had arranged corporate mergers and acquisitions costing hundreds of billions of dollars in the 1980s. Goldman Sachs and other investment banks were paid many millions of dollars to arrange these deals. For example, Goldman Sachs earned $10 million arranging U.S. Steel's 1982 buyout of Marathon Oil. Rubin's firm was paid $18.5 million for its role in the 1984 Texaco takeover of Getty Oil, and it was paid $15 million for facilitating General Electric's 1986 acquisition of RCA/NBC. In other words, Rubin would seem to have been part of the problem."
In 2007, Rubin was vice chairman of the board of directors of the Council on Foreign Relations.

NOT JUST FRINGE conspiracy theorists have spoken out about hidden control in the world. President Woodrow Wilson, who was intimately connected with conspiratorial power, once wrote, "Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it."

President Franklin D. Roosevelt once wrote, "The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the large centers has owned the government ever since the days of Andrew Jackson."

Colonel L. Fletcher Prouty, a liaison officer between the Pentagon and the CIA in the 1960s, was able to witness the control mechanisms over both intelligence and the military. Prouty said the United States is run by a "secret team," answerable only to themselves. Their power is derived from their vast covert intragovernmental infrastructure and its direct connections with private industries, mutual funds, investment houses, universities, and the news media, including foreign and domestic publishing houses. Prouty would have been horrified to learn that this "secret team" might include Nazis brought into the military-industrial complex after the war.

Another insider who confirmed that a plot was afoot was President Truman's choice for America's first secretary of defense, James V. Forrestal, a man intimately connected with the globalists. Forrestal noted, "These men are not incompetent or stupid. They are crafty and brilliant. Consistency has never been a mark of stupidity. If they were merely stupid, they would occasionally make a mistake in our favor."

They do not make mistakes that favor the best interests of the American people. Take, for example, the position assumed by the George W. Bush administration toward the Russian Federation.

Following the collapse of Communism, there was a splendid opportunity to create new friendship and working arrangements with the eighty-six political entities that comprise the new Russian Federation. No real negative mention was made of Russia during the Clinton years. Yet, suddenly, following the arrival of the Bush administration and the attacks of 9/11, Russia has been presented as a potential enemy and the United States has provoked hostility there by aggressive diplomatic and military maneuvers.

"When the Cold War ended, we seized upon our 'unipolar moment' as the lone superpower to seek geopolitical advantage at Russia's expense," noted conservative writer Patrick J. Buchanan. "Though the Red Army had packed up and gone home from Eastern Europe voluntarily, and Moscow felt it had an understanding we would not move NATO westward, we exploited our moment. Not only did we bring Poland into NATO, we brought in Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia, and virtually the whole Warsaw Pact, planting NATO right on Mother Russia's front porch. Now there is a scheme afoot to bring in Ukraine and Georgia in the Caucasus, the birthplace of Stalin."

Others saw America's reaction to Russian peace overtures as nothing less than aggression, perhaps a continuation of the National Socialist agenda of destroying the old Soviet Union. According to Mike Whitney of the Information Clearing House, a reader-supported Web information service, "Since September 11 [2001], the Bush administration has carried out an aggressive strategy to surround Russia with military bases, install missiles on its borders, topple allied regimes in Central Asia, and incite political upheaval in Moscow through U.S.-backed 'pro-democracy' groups." It was also noted that it was Bush's America, not Russia, that withdrew from the antiballistic missile treaty, a move that reminded some of the USSR's Cold War-era public pledge never to be the first to use nuclear weapons, a pledge never reciprocated by the United States.

In mid-2007, such actions prompted federation president Vladimir Putin to chastise the United States in a major press conference at the Forty-third Munich Conference on Security Policy. Putin's reasoned remarks were little reported in the corporate-controlled U.S. mass media. "For the first time in history," he said, "there are elements of the U.S. nuclear capability on the European continent. It simply changes the whole configuration of international security. . . . Of course, we have to respond to that." Criticizing Bush's "war on terror," Putin also produced a copy of a report from Amnesty International and stated, "The organization has concluded that the United States is now the principal violator of human rights and freedoms worldwide."

Equally disturbing was Bush's announced advocacy of an American first-strike nuclear capability as well as his proposed "missile defense" system, which though defended as a deterrent to rogue nations, such as North Korea, nevertheless will be placed in Europe. Nobel Prize-winner Thomas C. Schelling of Harvard, an early advocate of the U.S. Mutual Assured Destruction (MAD) Cold War strategy, which theorized that equal nuclear capability would deter a nuclear exchange, shifted his rhetoric from "deterrence" to "compellence," a newspeak term for blackmailing nations into submission through the threat of nuclear weapons.

Pat Buchanan asked:

"How would we react if China today brought Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela into a military alliance, convinced Mexico to sell oil to Beijing and bypass the United States, and began meddling in the affairs of Central America and Carribbean countries to effect the electoral defeat of regimes friendly to the United States? How would we react to a Russian move to put anti-missile missiles on Greenland?"

Some researchers saw this return to the Cold War by America as yet another sign that the global National Socialists have not given up on trying to coerce Russia, a nation only too familiar with socialist tyranny, into their New World Order.

Following the tempestuous Clinton administration, the Republicans took power and swiftly set out on a new "neoconservative" path for the party. John W. Dean, former Nixon counsel, who was jailed for felonies committed at the time of Watergate, referred to this new Republican conservatism in his 2007 book Broken Government:

How Republican Rule Destroyed the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Branches:

"It has been new on Capitol Hill since about 1997, about three years after the GOP gained control of the House; it has been new to the White House since 2001, with the arrival of George W. Bush and Richard B. Cheney, although its roots first emerged during the Nixon presidency and began blossoming in the Reagan and Bush Senior [sic] years." Although Dean never quite identifies the origin of this "new Republican way of thinking," it is possible that it stemmed from the National Socialist philosophy brought into this country after World War II.

BUT NOT ONLY the grandson of financier Prescott Bush, Nixon cronies, or the neoconservatives have shown sympathy for National Socialist ideals.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Austrian-born former bodybuilder turned actor turned governor of California, has a background of pro-Nazi statements and friends. In a 1977 interview, Schwarzenegger was asked which person he admired.

His response:

"I admire Hitler, for instance, because he came from being a little man with almost no formal education, up to power. I admire him for being such a good public speaker and for what he did with it."

His admiration for Hitler may have come from sitting at his father's knee. In 1938, Hitler's Nazis took control of Austria in an Anschluss, unifying that country with Germany. Arnold's father, Gustav, one year later joined Hitler's infamous Sturmabteilung storm troopers (SA), known as the Brown Shirts. Gustav even sported a Hitler-like mustache.

Schwarzenegger also caught flak because of his friendship with Kurt Waldheim, former secretary general of the United Nations, who lost the presidency of Austria in 1992, after his Nazi past was revealed. Records showed that Waldheim had hidden his role as a member of the Nazi SA.

According to the 1991 book Arnold:

An Unauthorized Biography by Wendy Leigh, Schwarzenegger toasted Waldheim at his 1986 wedding to Maria Shriver by proclaiming, "My friends don't want me to mention Kurt's name, because of all the recent Nazi stuff and the U.N. controversy. But I love him and Maria does too, and so, thank you, Kurt."
In an effort to rehabilitate this Nazi background, Schwarzenegger has subsequently renounced Hitler and made hefty contributions to the Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, named for the Jewish Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal.
But if prominent Americans have tried to distance themselves from their Nazi pasts, this same concern did not apply to Nazi-developed ideals and substances.

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