Originally posted by darkbake
reply to post by superluminal11
They would appear Zionist, especially if they were trying to hide their existence, that would be the perfect way to do it. [color=amber]No one would
suspect Zionists of being Nazis.
edit on 19-8-2013 by darkbake because: (no reason given)
aye darkbake ... don't fool
many who were there, watched the transformations occur in their own neighborhoods.
glad to see you're peeking outside the box
in case you actually believe the Nazi movement in the US began after
the war, you should read up on the Bund. This group of dedicated Nazis
were well entrenched in the US for more than a decade before
the first shots were fired in WWII (which by the way was years before the US got
we are now, 4 or more generational decendants of these same Bund members ... do you really think their ideals died with them ??
yes my friend, Nazis are everywhere and quite possibly a neighbor near you.
for those who don't know, some of the CIA top operatives were um, Nazis.
and this can be verified here/casefile
When the JIOA formed to investigate the backgrounds and form dossiers on the Nazis, the Nazi Intelligence leader Reinhard Gehlen met with the CIA
director Allen Dulles. Dulles and Gehlen hit it off immediatly. Gehlen was a master spy for the Nazis and had infiltrated Russia with his vast Nazi
Intelligence network. Dulles promised Gehlen that his Intelligence unit was safe in the CIA.
Apparently, Wev decided to sidestep the problem. Dulles had the scientists dossier's re-written to eliminate incriminating evidence. As promised,
Allen Dulles delivered the Nazi Intelligence unit to the CIA, which later opened many umbrella projects stemming from Nazi mad research. (MK-ULTRA /
ARTICHOKE, OPERATION MIDNIGHT CLIMAX)
Military Intelligence "cleansed" the files of Nazi references. By 1955, more than 760 German scientists had been granted citizenship in the U.S. and
given prominent positions in the American scientific community. Many had been longtime members of the Nazi party and the Gestapo, had conducted
experiments on humans at concentration camps, had used slave labor, and had committed other war crimes.
In a 1985 expose in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Linda Hunt wrote that she had examined more than 130 reports on Project Paperclip
subjects--and every one "had been changed to eliminate the security threat classification."
- snip -
Who is Gelli and why was he so important ?
now that's a good question.
i'd bet you never dreamed of the correct answer.
read on my friend and don't let the truth slap ya too hard.
Head of a 2400 member secret Masonic Lodge, P2, a neo-fascist organization, in Italy that catered to only the elite, Gelli had high connections in
the Vatican, even though he was not a Catholic. P2's membership is totally secret and not even available to its Mother Lodge in England. Gelli was
responsible for providing Argentina with the Exocet missile. He was a double agent for the CIA and the KGB. He assisted many former Nazi high
officials in their escape from Europe to Central America. He had close ties with the Italian Mafia. Gelli was a close associate of Benito Mussolini.
He was also closely affiliated with Roberto Calvi, head of the scandal-ridden Vatican Bank. Calvi was murdered. [color=amber]Gelli's secret lodge
consisted of extremely important people, including armed forces commanders, secret service chiefs, head of Italy's financial police, 30 generals,
eight admirals, newspaper editors, television and top business executives and key bankers - including Calvi. Licio Gelli and others in P2 were behind
the assasination of Pope John Paul I.
The central figure in Europe and South America that linked the CIA, Masonic Lodge, Vatican, ex-Nazis and several South American governments, the
Italian government and several international banks was Licio Gelli. He, with Klaus Barbie and Heinrich Rupp, met with Ronald R. Rewald in Uruguay to
arrange for the Argentine purchase of the French-made Exocet missile, used in the Falkland Island attack to kill british soldiers.
it was a terrible, tumultuous, yet, tempting invitation that evolved way beyond the original intent.
The U.S. Military rounded up Nazi scientists and brought them to America. [color=amber]It had originally intended merely to debrief them and send
them back to Germany. But when it realized the extent of the scientists knowledge and expertise, the War Department decided it would be a
waste to send the scientists home.
any questions ?? fire away
edit on 19-8-2013 by Honor93 because: fix format