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This is a somewhat strange argument b/c it suggests that both the action of bringing Nazis to the USA was justified in hindsight & that it was a mistake, ie with hindsight things look different. Ho hum...
What do you think the result would be today if we did not act back then?
PersonallyI think we would most likely have a cyrilic alphabet but thats just me. Absent the technological advances that we gained by bringing them here, I don't think we would be having this discussion at all, since it wouldn'y be allowed because we would not have a free press or free speech.
Just because it is 20/20 in hindsight does not mean it was 20/20 when the decision was made.
Page 211 of "The Rise of the Fourth Reich',
Nixon later told a Senate subcommittee in Washington, "Generally speaking, in spite of the efforts that have been made, at the present time there is a continuation of the dissipation and further concealment of these [Nazi] assets throughout all the neutral countries.
Another Allied investigator, Department of justice attorney James Stewart martin, was sent to U.S. Military Command in London to investigate collaboration between the Nazis and American businessmen. Mark Howard, an official with General Motors. After Martin pointed out the cozy relationship General Motors had with the Nazis, howard was quietly reassigned back to the States.
Martn later investigated the fate of ITT's German chairman Gerhardt Westrick, who, after the war ended, had fled Berlin and hidden out in a castle in southern Germany. After presenting a report on the status of ITT firms to U.S. military authorities, Westrick was given a light prison sentence and released. Martin found that queries concerning General Aniline and Film's connections to I. G. Farben had been referred to Allen Dulles with no results.
We had not been stopped in Germany by German business. We had been stopped in Germany by American business, " Martin wrote in the 1950 book "All Honorable Men. "The forces that stopped us had operated from the United States but had not operated in the open...Whatever it was that had stopped us was not "the government." But it clearly had command of channels through which the government normall operates. The (p211) relative powerlessness of governments in the growing economic power is of course not new... national governments have stood on the sidelines while bigger operators arranged the world's affairs".
..............now research Rockefeller's connection to the Nazi party.
A insightful view of the Kennedy assassination can be found on page 228. (He "sought to deny total control to this nexus of globalists, Gibson stated, "president kennedy's commitment to science, technology, and econommic progress had led him to adopt policies that were vehemently attacked by people in and around the Morgan-Rockefeller complex."
Originally posted by Angelic Resurrection
Originally posted by TheDolphinSings
They wanted the information the Nazi's had been conducting on the AntiGravity Bell Project.
Operation paperclip is kind of common knowledge.
But wether the us govt got any wiser regarding info about the bell is anybody' wild guess.
The german scientists were no fools to claim at the fag end of the war that the bell was kriegs entscheidend,
meaning war decisive.
Good God people, have you the foggiest idea, wha can and was pre empted by that device, which can't be undone now?
Ignorance is sometimes bliss, isn't it
Thanks. I'm just trying to strain some mud out of the water here.
The most credible idea of Alois being part jewish is because his mother worked for the Frankenberger family and it is said that a younger unknown member of the family inpregnated her. I don't remeber how the Rothschild family is related to the Frankenberger family but I do remember reading about the relation somewhere.
Of course we cant change the past, but there is a great deal of use in arguing about what went on then, what its consequences were & why it happened. I'm hoping somebody has already made this argument before I read up to wherever this post lands, but just in case they haven't:
We can't change the past, and the future is unwritten, which leaves us with the now to make changes and we should make the most of what we can affect now, instead of arguing over something we can't affect.
Aha! Now we get to the nub of this member's position. If anyone criticises an action taken by Americans, they must have an ulterior motive, other than being critical of the action, regardless of who did it. There's a word for basing one's opinion on unjustified feelings of persecution: paranoia. This follows on from this member's immediately previous post, which was basically an appeal to make it seem reasonable to brush the whole affair under the carpet.
Who knows why now, other than to givesome members on this site the ability to use another article to show of their hatred and ignornace about the US and Israel being a continuation of a Nazi regime... To be honest im not sure whihc is more rediculous, the MSM media report, or there posts.
Either or, its funny.
Yes, & there are no doubt many people who think that "Saving Private Ryan" was an accurate portrayal of D-Day too...
was mislead, but I remembered in 'Band of Brothers series' it's not till the second to last episode where they find the concentration camp(s), which was after they captured Berlin.