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If you read Adolf Hitler escaped to Argentina it is false, he actually went to Colombia!

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posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 01:06 PM
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The Peace of God to all that belong to the light
Dear Readers,

Perhaps you remember my thread about the incredible collection of Nazi cult objects found in Buenos Aires Argentina in this 2017 by the Federal police that made many to remember the theories that have been supported by isreali researchers in the topic that Adolf Hitler actually didn't die in the bunker of the Chancellorship in Berlin but escaped alive and Travel to Argentina to live a relative tranquil life in Bariloche, close the border with Chile.

Please check:
www.abovetopsecret.com...

If you think that story is too much fantastic to be believed well check what today it was revealed it was known by the American secret agencies, in particular the CIA and FBI, that there was a report taken from an ex SS officer , a German citizen living in Colombia who was contacted by CIA agents and refered that there was a Man living in the city of Tunja, Boyaca, Colombia by 1950s also of German origin with a remarkable resemblance to the Furer and that even openly used the alias of Adolf Hitler.

The story appears today published citing as sources CIA documents recently declassified:


Declassified documents indicate that although agents did not take the claim seriously, they did receive a photo of the man who had a striking resemblance to the German dictator.

A former SS soldier, Phillip Citroen, approached CIA agents in 1954 and said that a man claming to be Hitler was living in the town of Tunja.

The document says: “Citroen claimed to have met this individual at a place called 'Residencies Coloniales' which is, according to the source, overly populated with former German Nazis.

“According to Citroen, the Germans residing in Tunja follow this alleged Adolf Hitler with an idolatry of the Nazi past, addressing him as Elder Fuhrer and affording him the Nazi Salute and storm-trooper adulation.”

Although the claims were written into an informal memo, the CIA dismissed it as a rumour..


Please check:

www.yahoo.com...

The thread is open for the free discussion of the many skepticals that are convinced it was true what Joseph Staiin said to Harry Truman and Winston Churchill in Postdam, that the Soviets never found Adolf Hitler in Berlin dead or alive and were convinced he fled away to Argentina in companion of some of his closest collaborators.

Thanks,

The Angel of Lightness
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posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 01:11 PM
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Question: Does it really matter, because his evil soul is now in hell for all of the crimes that he committed against humanity.

All that matters is the final destination for all souls.
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posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 01:14 PM
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Makes sense. Cocaine and coffee. Just what a despot needs to make life worth living.



posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 01:18 PM
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a reply to: Rapha

If they found Hitler communicating with Israel during that time, it might matter.

The international bankers won ww2
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posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 01:23 PM
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a reply to: intrepid

Well,

by 1940s there was no Narcotraffic or Narco industry of Cocaine in Colombia, the drug was only produced by that time in Pharmaceutical laboratories in France, Italy and Germany, but it would be interesting to know how that technology arrived to South America.

Officially the beginning of the Cocaine production and trade in Colombia by late 1960s , it began after it was clear that America was losing the war in Vietnam, the local mafias that always have controlled the distribution of narcotics in America became in panic of to lose their traditional source of illicit substances in far east, as it actually finally happened.

Although the Coca plant is endemic of the Andes the south american aborigines never had the technology to extract the drug from it, and considering that to produce just few grams of it is needed to process with chemicals like a ton of it, only really large laboratories in the world were able to do so by importing the leaves.

The consumption of coc aine was indeed extremely popular in the high social classes of Vienna, Austria, the mother land of Hitler, by the beginnings of XX Century, even Sigmund Freud became addict of it and also prescribed it to almost all his patients as a mind relaxing drug.

Please check:
The History of Cocaine, who invented it?

The suicide in Mayerling of the Archduke of Austria and his fiance traditionally has been credited to the consumption of Cocaine, since it was a more common narcotic in that country and time used by women.

Please check:
Syringe of Cocaine of the Empress of Austria

Suicide of Archduke Rudolf of Habsburg and his mistress Baroness Mary Vetsera

The original Coca Cola drink produced in America in 1920s is cited by many as one of the products that first time tried to popularize the consumption of this stimulant and narcotic, for its supposed digestive benefits., although of course in extremely small amount of just few parts per million.

Thanks

The Angel of Lightness
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posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 03:15 PM
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originally posted by: intrepid
Makes sense. Cocaine and coffee. Just what a despot needs to make life worth living.


That's a bit of a step down from his regular amphetamines isn't it?



posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 03:35 PM
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What did those "Hunt for Hitler" folks on the History Channel ever find?



posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 03:50 PM
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a reply to: The angel of light

That crazy lunatic dedicated more than half his life to being publicly angry about stuff. He posed for photos, insisted the Nazis wore designer gear and publicised everything he did for propaganda. Look at Nuremberg and those rallies. Tens of thousands of people and every one of them looking at the A-meister.

People like him don't willingly vanish into obscurity.

It's hard to be certain about the *manner* of his death, but the *month* of his death was marked by his subsequent silence.



posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 04:04 PM
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originally posted by: Kandinsky
aIt's hard to be certain about the *manner* of his death, but the *month* of his death was marked by his subsequent silence.

Agreed. If the guy was still alive somewhere and surrounded by devoted followers, it would be hard for them to refuse him if he decided to issue a press release, which he probably would want very much to do. He was no shrinking violet.
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posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 04:12 PM
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a reply to: Blue Shift

He'd have been a taunter at the very least. Letters and rumours would have been 24/7 as long as his moustache retained structural integrity.



posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 04:19 PM
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originally posted by: Kandinsky
He'd have been a taunter at the very least. Letters and rumours would have been 24/7 as long as his moustache retained structural integrity.

Letters to the Editor.

"Dear Editor: Thank you for your recent piece on the city's increased efforts to fill potholes in the city's streets. My opinion is that the Jews are responsible. Yours truly, AH."



posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 04:21 PM
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Didn't Hitler use multiple acting doubles to confuse assassin attempts? Whatever happened to them? Is it possible that they did escape to South America and made use of some Nazis adulation to live a good life as possible?



posted on Nov, 1 2017 @ 04:35 PM
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a reply to: The angel of light

To be fair, he could've gone to both. For example, the Nazi's notorious "Angel of Death" Josef Mengele initially fled to Argentina. But during the next 12 years or so, he fled to Paraguay and then to Brazil.



posted on Nov, 2 2017 @ 07:18 AM
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a reply to: Rapha

Dear Rapha,

I think it matters in some sense, not because risk of Impunity, that is a myth created by the materialistic superstition that have taken control of Humanity, in that sense you are quite right, there is no way at all to escape the judgement of God, but the flow of criminals from the so called first world to other parts of the world have caused new terrible modalities of organized crime to appear.

The South American and Mexican Narcotraffic Mafias emerged under the Shadow of criminal organizations operating in Europe and USA long time before their counterparts.

Vietnam and Afghanistan wars were fought primarily for supply of narcotics and not precisely for moral values, the freedom that it was said justified them was a mirage, it was a wrong understood liberty to commit a lot of crimes against humanity and profit enormeously from them.

In 1960s America actually fell under a political tyranny boosted by its domestics mafias, the conspiracy to remove the two
Kennedy's from the political life of the country was motivated by criminals that escaped justice at the end of WWII.

There is a lot about that period to hide, links between authorities and organized crime, that is part of what was not disclosed the previous week from the declassification of documents of the JFK time.

White supremacists in America were actually a fifth column of the third Reich that survived it's collapse, they were ready to take control of entire regions of the country when Hitler lost the war.

Edgar J Hoover introduced Mafia protocols in the way FBI operated, he was very strong to repress civil rights and left wing militants but allowed mobsters to move without trouble in the underground world.

It is simply embarrassing that Al Capone who was the drug distribution Lord of America along two decades was jailed Not because the incredible mental health damage he caused to millions of consumers of the poison he traded but for tax evasion hunted by the IRS.


Of course Hoover didn't invent the recipe, WWII was won in Italy with the aid Mafia gave to the Allies, responding to a pact existing here with the cosa Nostra of NYC and the crime syndicate of Chicago.

Thanks for your attention to the thread,

The Angel of Lightness
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posted on Nov, 2 2017 @ 09:53 PM
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a reply to: enlightenedservant

Well perhaps that Adolf Hitler was probably about a decade living in Colombia, in the Andean department of Boyaca, before to move to Argentina sounds as a speculation, but what it is not is that Fascism entered in Colombian politics in the same decade, practically controlled it.

Pls check:
www.cia.gov...

At the time when this supposed Nazi leader was living in Colombia, the country was in a terrible civil war and then ruled by the only Dictatorship they have in the XX Century, under Gral Gustavo Rojas Pinilla, precisely from Boyaca, who arrived to power by coup d'etat.

In 1953 he ousted the the Fascist-Francoist wing President Laureano Gomez, who he served as a war Minister, and lasted until 1956 when he was removed by a civilian and military Junta that arranged free elections in 1958.

Nevertheless he tried to came back again in to politics in 1970 with a look like Nazi party called the ANAPO. After his defeat in the presidential election for narrow margin a guerrilla called M19 was founded by some of his supporters, that continue existing as a militia until 1988 when it surrendered to the government to become again a political party.

Pls check:
www.britannica.com...

Gustavo Rojas-Pinilla didn't invent Colombian Fascism, who did so was Laureano Gomez-Castro that was a Politician sympathetic with Falangism.

Gomez-Castro who was elected being the only candidate to run in the 1950 election,due to a civil war arranged by militias of his supporters, promoted in his term paramilitarism, harrassment of the opposition and made Colombia one of the few Countries that recognized the rule of Francisco Franco in Spain.

Ironically he was ousted by his war Minister, since along his career he had forced with harrassment to resign 3 Presidents of Colombia: two conservatives ( Rafael Reyes in 1909 and Marco Fidel Suarez in 1917) and one Liberal ( Alfonso Lopez Pumarejo in 1946). A fourth President he also conspired to remove from power, the conservative Mariano Ospina-Perez was able to resist an attempt of coup he supported during the crisis of April of 1948.

What Gustavo Rojas did when he removed Laureano Gomez from Power was to give to Colombian fascism a distinctive political character, inspired in the Argentinian Peronism, separated from Traditional Conservatism.

Please check:
en.wikipedia.org...

If you or any other reader wants to know more how Fascism became involved in the Colombian politics of mid XX Century there is this

www.scielo.org.co...

Thanks for the attention to the thread,

The Angel of Lightness



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