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Originally posted by TheJeSta
I don't know I think a lot of people give the Nazi's more credit than they deserve. Just because they had no respect for human life in certain expiraments, we somehow relate them to having lost secrets of the universe. I mean the most secret thing was the invention of the freaking Jet Engine and The V-2 Rocket, I'm no expert but thats not something of great signifigance today.
Originally posted by Wembley
That book has been rather thorughly debunked. I wouldn't pay too much attention to it.
Nick Cook is an outstanding aviation journalist, but the book is some something else entirely and I think it was a bit outside his field. Fun as fiction though.
Originally posted by rogue1
It has ? Please provide a link, I'd be very interested in what it has to say. Cheers.
The main person attempting to spread the idea of a "German origin" for the flying saucer, is
an unabashed 'Naziphile' named Ernst Zundel, who owns Samisdat Publishers Ltd., Toronto,
Ontario, Canada. He began his publishings at least as early as 1976, and like me, underwent
intense judicial harassment, but was misled to believe the harassment was because he is a German
"holocaust revisionist' or 'denier', while the apparent reason is because his flying saucer material is
"too close" to the truth. The more Zundel was harassed, the more adamant became his Naziphilia.
Meanwhile, some of his best saucer books went out of print, just as his harassers desired. Zundel
has remained completely unaware that it was really his saucer material which attracted the
animosity of the Canadian national security establishment, pursuant to the secret orders under
which he was judicially harassed, similar to how I was judicially harassed in New Mexico, under
the ostensible guise of "property dealings", during the same approximate period of time.
Though novel in some respects, Zundel's idea of how German saucers worked was incorrect
if not completely lacking, being unfortunately subject to prior Nazi/CIA disinformation via
Paperclip, and a vague idea of jets, rockets, or some mysterious, esoteric "anti-gravity" system of
Felix Schauberger, involving a "water vortex". The Canadians were most likely worried that
Zundel might turn up a German-to-Canadian technology transfer dating to 1945 or soon thereafter.
There are no documents from the Nazi sources or from our government or
any cooperating government, which have not been either destroyed or permanently
classified, or first been given the disinformation "treatment" by the CIA, before being
"declassified", released or otherwise covertly disseminated through whatever outlets
anyone may claim. This same rule applies to the statements of all active, former, or
retired military or government personnel who were subject to a security order, for a
period of at least 20 years from the date of said order or agreement, and all agreements
of a higher order, relating to knowledge of flying saucers, even apply a lifetime statute of
limitation. Incidentally, I possess the only known true 'leak' from the original Nazi flying
saucer source, via a security lapse of Sandia Base personnel in Albuquerque, New
Mexico. The FBI's statement on this matter was that I could not be prosecuted for
possession or disclosure because I had "...obtained all my information through innocent
means." In addition, I have not been subject to a national security agreement since 1977,
20 years after I signed an agreement while in AF Intelligence in my 18th year. Since I
was never given direct access to flying saucer secrets anyway, the information I
independently collected and developed on my own was never covered.