posted on Aug, 26 2009 @ 09:10 PM
This is my first posting here on ATS.
I tried to find something regarding the naming of the National Security Presidential Directives and their corresponding numbers, but I couldn't come
up with anything, so that being said, here is what I find interesting:
I could never wrap my head around the numbers.. Are they so obvious that I missed it? Or are they a random selection? Maybe something else?
We all know about the Bush family ties to the Nazis during WW2. We know the implications and the rumors, but what's not certain is if they really
were Nazis.. so to speak. Bearing this in mind, I set out on a quick research of Name and Number correlations...
The German Workers Party was around during 1919, but later envisioned itself with a new purpose and a new name. Come 1920, they changed their name to
National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) abbreviation and common banner designation.. NSPAD, the
So I found that creepy little tidbit. The party that Adolf Hitler infiltrated, joined and later went on to lead and used to topple Germany's
government was named NSPAD. They were founded in 1920. HSPD20 ? Homeland.. Fatherland?
Also in 1920, the NSPAD outlined their "25-Point Plan" for a better Germany, 24 points if you don't count the 25th on how to enact the plan. There
are 24 points in NSPD51, the rest is classified beyond Annex A.
So that left me with 51.. what's 51? 1951?
In 1951, Harry Truman officially declared an end to the war in Germany on the 24th of October.
An end to the war, but a start of a new era?
Interesting.. I find it way too coincidental to be random. I'd appreciate your thoughts, input and criticism.