So this theory is a very dark one. It is that the Nazis, like legitimate Nazis, not neo-Nazi groups, are behind a lot of current events like The
Patriot Act, Homeland Security, even 9/11.
The basic idea is that the Nazis (legitimate Nazis) are causing unrest around the world while simultaneously using the U.S. as the cornerstone of
their Fourth Reich.
Here is an article I found discussing Nazi sleeper cells. It mentions them existing throughout Europe, but never mentions them being found and
The Nazis hatched plans for a “Fourth Reich” by planting sleeper cells in post-war Europe to destabilise governments, secret MI5 files
The meeting, in a district called Deisenhofen, included 15 representatives from countries to the West of Germany, including Italy, and they were
apparently told about a “great plan of promoting post-war unrest.”
In the report, released by the National Archives, Mordrelle told his interrogators: “The speaker then proceeded to relate how ample funds had
already been planted in South America, mainly in the Argentine, and would become available for financing agents in due course.
“In order to have ‘bankers’ who could distribute this money, certain trustworthy key men had already been sent to live in Spain and
The agents were to lie low for a “certain period after the end of the war in Europe” and at a given time were to start organising “national
movements” which would be “thoroughly in keeping with the traditions of each country but which would all preach anti-Bolshevism and stir up unrest
culminating in civil war.”
“If the cult of anti-Bolshevism were not particularly popular, then any other sore point, such as the burden of supporting an army of occupation or
of having to cede territory might be seized on,” Mordrelle told his interrogators.
The main purpose, he said, was “to make the Allies’ post-war task as hard as possible so that the Nazi party could, in time, reappear in a
suitable disguise and build up a fourth Reich.”
The cardinal rule was that no movement was to make any mention of its pro-Nazi sentiments or to indulge in anti-Semitic propaganda. “Each movement
should also strive to create different slogans, methods of approach to the public, initiation ceremonies, ranks, etc, in order to lessen the risk of
the affinity between movements being suspected,” the report said.
Well, Obama did have slogans and banners and stuff that, to be quite honest, were reminiscent of the Nazis.
It could be more than coincidence. Hitler was known to be a great artist in his political affairs, and was very excited about things like banners and
If there is a real Nazi connection here, maybe Obama's campaign actually came from a Nazi playbook with cultural ties. Maybe he knows, maybe he
Mi5 Files: Nazis Planned
4th Reich in Post-War Europe
The Nazis apparently planned a three-layered organisation that included a “shutzgemeinschaft” outside Europe that would direct “high
policy”, second layer that would make policy and a first layer that carried out “moral propaganda work” for the various movements.
Well this would be a three-layered organization, with the top layer making the real policies, the middle layer embedding these policies into other
things in order to make them seem positive, and the third layer carrying them out. This seems oddly... familiar.
And this... “shutzgemeinschaft”... would be outside of Europe? Like where? The U.S.? And what is a “shutzgemeinschaft”?
According to Google Translate, it is a protection community, whatever that means.
Jihad's Nazi Connections
The Muslim groups which today threaten the West with terrorism, subversion and insurgency are not only “fascist” in the broad sociological
sense, but can trace their literal historical origins to Nazism and its genocidal ambitions.
The ideology of the Islamists whose ranks today include not only al-Qaeda but also Hamas and Hezbollah, originated with Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood,
which was founded in 1928 by Sheikh Hassan al-Banna. The Muslim Brotherhood finds not just its roots, but much of its symbolism, terminology, and
political priorities deep within the heart of Nazi fascism.
This would explain why Obama is supporting this movement, if he was an actual Nazi agent, or working with a Nazi sleeper cell. Also, if you think
about it, let's include the Bush Administration. It would completely make sense then, why the Administration was friends with the Bin Laden family.
I voted for Obama. But I also went to see him speak and was a bit freaked out. I'm not saying he is a Nazi because I don't like him, honestly, I just
was reading a bunch of stuff and it clicked. That is why this is in Skunk Works.
I do like Obama, he is very charismatic and says pretty things.
Department of Homeland Security: American presidents have before now referred to the US as "the nation" or "the republic," and to the nation's
policies as "domestic." By 1930 Nazi propagandists referred to Germany not as "the nation" or "the republic" - which it was - but rather as "the
Heimat" - "the Homeland"
"Heimat is a German word which has no satisfactory equivalent in other languages. It denoted the region where one has been born and remains rooted....
Longing to be in the Heimat causes the incurable disease of Heimweh" - Ernstine Bradley (born and raised in Germany)
2007 The White House by May 2007 had started to criminalize free speech in new ways. Journalists have been arrested and released after a warning,
editors are being treated the same way.
1930s Germany started to crack down on anyone who did not agree with the Nazi philosophy. Journalists were arrested and released after a warning,
editors were treated the same way. Anyone criticizing the Nazi party or any official of the party was subject to arrest, torture, and trial not in a
German court but by tribunal outside the normal judicial system
See, a lot of these policies started under the Bush Administration, so really blaming Obama only would be a mistake - but blaming Obama and Bush both
would be more precise, or possibly, a third party that has been in charge for a while.
This is an extremely dark topic, sorry to bring it up, but it unfortunately makes way more sense... I've been freaked out about this ever since making
Does anyone else have anything to add to it? Or you know criticisms?
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