I too struggle with the Illuminati story however certain episodes in history bring together many of the players regarded as illuminati, certainly the
influence of the Warbergs, Rothschild and Rockerfellers (Rockenfelders) in the history of the twentieth century cannot be overlooked.
Please consider the story of IG Farben...
It has been said by Anthony C. Sutton in his book, Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler: "Without the capital supplied by Wall Street, there would have
been no I. G. Farben in the first place, and almost certainly no Adolph Hitler and World War II."
Interssen Gemeinschaft Farben (Interessen Gemeinschaft der Deutschen Teerfarbeninduistrie, or, simply, I.G. Farben) was a German chemical
manufacturing concern that supplied the chlorine gas used by Germany during the First World War, but the eventual creation of the huge I.G.Farben
cartel began in 1924 when American bankers began to arrange foreign loans in what Professor Carroll Quigley terms "the Dawes Plan", "largely a J.P.
In 1928 Henry Ford merged his German assets with I.G. Farben, to be followed by the American Standard Oil Company (the Rockefellers) who, in concert
with I.G.Farben, developed the coal-to-oil hydrogenation process.
In a letter to Roosevelt from Berlin in the early 'thirties, the US Ambassador in Germany, William Dodd, said:
"At the present moment, more than a hundred American corporations have subsidiaries here or cooperative understandings.
"The DuPonts have their allies in Germany that are aiding in the armament business. Their chief ally is the I.G. Farben Company, a part of the
government which gives 200,000 marks a year to one propaganda organization operating on American opinion.
"Standard Oil Company ... sent US$500,000 a year helping Germans make ersatz [a substitute] gas [the hydrogenation process of converting coal to
gasoline] for war purposes; but Standard Oil cannot take any of its earnings out of the country except in goods.
"The International Harvester Company president told me their business here rose 33% a year [arms manufacture, I believe], they could take nothing
"Even our airplanes people have secret arrangements with Krupps.
"General Motors Company and Ford do enormous business here through their subsidiaries and take no profits out."
The I.G. Farben assets in America were controlled by a holding company, American I.G. Farben, which listed on its Board of Directors: Edsel Ford,
President of the Ford Motor Company; Chas. E. Mitchell, President of Rockefeller's National City Bank of New York; Walter Teagle, President of
Standard Oil of New York; Paul Warburg, Chairman of the Federal Reserve and brother of Max Warburg, financier of Germany's war effort; and Herman
Metz, a Director of the Bank of Manhattan, controlled by the Warburgs.
It is an interesting fact of history that three other members of the Board of American I.G. Farben were tried and convicted as German "war
criminals" for their "crimes against humanity" during World War II, while serving on the I.G. Farben Board of Governors. None of the Americans who
sat on the same board as those convicted was ever tried as a "war criminal".
Throughout the entire second World War conflict, not one bomb fell on the I.G. Farben headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany, allegedly as a consequence
of Allied orders.
In 1938, I.G. Farben borrowed 500 tons of tetra-ethyl lead, the gasoline additive, from Standard Oil.
During 1939, the year Germany invaded Austria and Poland, the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey loaned I.G. Farben US$20,000,000 worth of high-grade
In 1939 the American Aluminum Company (Alcoa), then probably the world's largest producer of sodium fluoride, transferred its technology to Germany
(the Alted Agreement). The Dow Chemical Company transmitted its experience and technology in that same period.
Germany's two largest tank manufacturers were Opel, a subsidiary of General Motors (J.P. Morgan), and the German subsidiary of the Ford Motor
Even with the purchase of oil from non-German sources, the major supplier of oil was still the Farben cartel. The I.G. Farben cartel a monopoly on
German gasoline production. Just under one half of the Germans' high-octane gasoline in 1945 was produced directly by I.G. Farben, and most of the
balance by its affiliated companies.
So, in 1941 when cylinders of Zyklon B, the deadly cyanide-based extermination gas made by I.G. Farben, were lethally unvalved on inmates of
Auschwitz, Bitterfeld, Walfen, Hoechst, Agfa, Ludwigshafen and Buchenwald, there were more than substantial links between huge American technology and
What of IG Farben Today
I.G. Farben signed cartel agreements with such companies as Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI), Borden , Carnation, General Mill, M.W. Kellogg Co.,
Nestlé and Pet Milk, and I. G. Farben either owns outright, has had a substantial interest in or has had other cartel agreements with Owl Drug,
Parke-Davis and Co., Bayer and Co., Whitehall Laboratories, Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee Foods, Bristol Meyers and Squibb and Sons. The list goes on and on and on
and includes Proctor and Gamble.
The only reference to "Farben" traceable in a limited search of modern literature was in 25th Edition of Martindale, under "F.B.A. Pharmaceutical
Limited; Products of Farbenfabriken Bayer".