Originally posted by 1wintermute1
IF you were to research who the true pope is .....His real name is Karol Wojtyla.
He only became Pope after teh suspicious assasination of Pope John Paul I in 1978
He used to work for IG farben (manufactureers of Zyklon B) before he joined the church .
All are facts look them up.
May John Paul II rot in hell.
All a matter fo record.
As someone who's read up a lot on all the conspiracy theories surrounding the Catholic Church and religion, I quickly looked that one up since I'ver
never heard it before.
Very interesting stuff.
Zyklon B was a drug used on the Jews.
IG Farben was a company that worked with the Nazis to help them out. And were all basically prosecuted and didn't declare bankruptcy until 2003 oddly
Regarding the connection, I only show around 27 google links for the phrase..
Showing it could have been started by as few as 1 or 2 people or could have been massively covered up. I'm still skeptical.
I think a more interesting search would be..
By digging into that well, there is a conspiracy that the Bush family actually takes more of a liking toward the Muslims than the Jews. Which if the
whole Prescott funding the Nazis theory is true, would make more sense.
I always wondered why Hitler didn't seem to really touch the muslim countries. But that would seem like a really bizarre twist. War on terrorism
(radical muslims) yet you hate jews.
So if all this interlocking speculation is true, he was a knight of malta and so are the bushes, and he didn't care for the jews, and so do the
bushes, I guess it could be safe to say that the Jews are in trouble.
Perhaps that is why Gore picked a jewish VP against Bush Jr. At the same time, if the Bushes are so powerful, how did senior lose to Clinton. If
they are going around stealing elections, manipulating the world, etc., why not then.
Just a lot of in the air, mental scrambling. Throw enough unsupported stuff out there and people will give up either way.
What proof do you have he was tied to the company? If you can't trust him, how can you trust the people on 27 google links?
It was entertaining nonetheless.
[edit on 1-4-2005 by Lord Altmis]