By Jack Heart & Orage
‘The Russian forensic evidence has proven that Adolf Hitler was in fact a woman in her mid-thirties. It’s true; a skull reputed to be Hitler’s and held in Russian archives for almost sixty-five years as evidence of his suicide in the bunker was found to be that of a thirty-five-year-old woman. Nothing of what you’ve been told about WW II can be believed, least of all the dubious stories of the deaths of people like Adolf Hitler, Hans Kammler, and Martin Bormann.
If any one man could be labeled as financially responsible for reconstituting a Fourth Reich as postulated by the History Channels Hunting Hitler: The Final Chapter it would have to be Martin Bormann. For that reason and that reason only, we will refer to a particularly vile faction of the Nazi breakaway civilizations as the Bormann Faction. It could just as well and probably should be called the IG Farben faction.’ – Jack Heart
‘For starters, there’s never just one faction in a given group. In terms of the Nazis, you’ll see us arguing that there were at least three factions; blue-collar-left wing with Strasser, Röhm and Frey as early proponents, mystics with Himmler, Hess and SS, the economic faction with Feder, Schacht and Bormann.’ – Orage
The aristocracy of Europe had their own vision of National Socialism long before Hitler assumed power in 1933 and it didn’t include Hitler or his noble sentiments toward the German people. They were going with Aoyama Eijiro, a hybrid of European and Japanese aristocratic descent, better known as Count of Coudenhove-Kalergior or perhaps just plain old Richard by his close personal friends and collaborators like Archduke Otto of Austria, Louis Nathaniel Baron de Rothschild and Max Warburg who financed him with gold marks and acted as his go between with American financers Paul Warburg and Bernard Baruch, the very same men who pushed the Federal Reserve down Woodrow Wilsons sperm encrusted throat.
Count Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi (1894–1972)
Hjalmar Schacht, the man who would push the radical Nazi economic genius Gottfried Feder aside to become President of the National Bank (Reichsbank) from 1933–1939 and the German Minister of Economics from 1934 – 1937, was a big fan of Kalergi.
Schacht’s resume for his new job included using his previous employer, the Dresdner Bank to siphon off 500 million francs of Belgian national bonds destined to pay for German requisitions during WW I, for which he was dismissed from his post by the German army. When it became apparent he was there to sabotage Germanys preparation for a second war, Hitler sidelined him with pay. But in 1944 he would be arrested for attempting to assassinate Hitler and spend the rest of the war in concentration camps. Above strenuous objections by the Russians Schacht would walk away from WW II after serving only a couple of years for war crimes too numerous to list.
A Free Mason of the highest rank, in all likelihood by birth, Kalergi had friends and admirers amongst the most powerful people in the world. He would need them as Hitler who knew what he was and outlawed Free Masonry because of him chased him out of Austria to Czechoslovakia, then to France and when France fell, the United States. Winston Churchill, Allen Dulles, “Wild Bill” Donovan and Franklin Delano Roosevelt all supported Kalergi. But when he declared himself the de facto head of Austria’s government in exile Roosevelt and Churchill distanced themselves from the statement.
As the story goes, Kalergi’s book; Pan Europa was published in 1923 and contained a membership form for the Pan-Europa movement which held its first congress in 1926, attended by all the gala people. Albert Einstein the father of Stone Age science was there along with Sigmund Freud, another iconic fraud and Thomas Mann too, a vindictive writer already seething to verbally assault Hitler. Kalergi knew Hitler would be the primary obstacle since he had gotten Rothschild and Warburg to bankroll his aristocratic counterproposal to anointing Hitler as a latter-day Holy Roman Emperor.
Again, the official story is contrived nonsense. This was infighting, synarchy, rule by the privileged safely ensconced in their secret societies. And for most as always their only real concern was holding onto their own wealth, this time in the face of the Bolshevik menace from the East.
Kurt Eisner had sacked Bavaria in 1918 collapsing the House of Wittelsbach. He would not live long as the new ruler of the Free State of Bavaria as he called himself because Anton Arco-Valley, a German Jewish aristocrat, shot him dead in the a street a few months later. But by early April 1919 crazed Bolsheviks under the direct command of Vladimir Lenin in Moscow proclaimed “a revolution of love” and Bavaria a “Soviet Republic.” In between wiring Lenin that Bavaria’s interim government had fled Munich, taking with them the keys to the ministry toilet, Bavaria’s new government issued a proclamation making the private ownership of guns a crime punishable by death. The new Soviet Republics foreign minister; Franz Lipp, an ex-mental patient who had once been institutionalized, declared war on Switzerland for its refusal to lend him sixty trains.
When they murdered their aristocratic hostages on Walpurgis Night they were in turn attacked and annihilated by thirty-thousand battle hardened Freikorps volunteers raised up by the Thule Society under Rudolf von Sebottendorff. Thousands were slain in Munich’s vicious street fighting and the executions that followed. With the communists crushed for the time being the Thule Society melted back into the shadows from whence they came. But they had already decided to groom Hitler to lead the West into battle against the twentieth century Hun. Hitler came within a hairs breath of seizing the government as the Thule Society intended him too in the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch but the elitists of synarchy feared placing that kind of power in the hands of one strongman. The police, who weren’t supposed too, opened fire.
Superficially Kalergi’s plan called for European integration; the academic label now put on the process of industrial, economic, political, legal, social and cultural integration of European states, the current agenda of the European Union.
By the time of the Great Depression Kalergi’s International Pan European Union had eight thousand committee members, drawn from the most illustrious salons of European privilege. In 1927, the French politician Emil Borel, a leader of the centre-left Radical Party and the founder of the Radical International, set up a French Committee for European Cooperation. Twenty more countries set up equivalent committees.
Until the close of WW II European integration remained an elitist venture. The largest committee outside Kalergi’s, the French one, possessed fewer than six-hundred members, two-thirds of whom were parliamentarians, and many more literary syncopates who made their living feeding off the bread crumbs that fell from the table of Europe’s wealthy industrialists and aristocrats. Foremost in Kalergi’s plan; Pan Europa would be under the stewardship of the Landgraves, the monied and the Roman Catholic Church.
“His original vision was for a world divided into only five states: a United States of Europe that would link continental countries with French and Italian possessions in Africa; a Pan-American Union encompassing North and South Americas; the British Commonwealth circling the globe; the USSR spanning Eurasia; and a Pan-Asian Union whereby Japan and China would control most of the Pacific. To him, the only hope for a Europe devastated by war was to federate along lines that the Hungarian-born Romanian Aurel Popovici and others had proposed for the dissolved multinational Empire of Austria-Hungary. According to Coudenhove-Kalergi, Pan-Europe would encompass and extend a more flexible and more competitive Austria-Hungary, with English serving as the world language, spoken by everyone in addition to their native tongue. He believed that individualism and socialism would learn to cooperate instead of compete, and urged that capitalism and communism cross-fertilize each other just as the Protestant Reformation had spurred the Catholic Church to regenerate itself.” *
Kalergi was just as influential in Asia, particularly Japan, as he was in Europe. A hybrid himself Kalergi had decided the only way to stem the Asiatic hordes of Bolshevism was to breed the White out of Europeans. He envisioned a new Europe tended to by Eurasian-Negroids better suited to living amicably with the colored races of the world.
The Thule Society had not forgotten, and Hitler was still there. He called Kalergi a bastard, seething that he was a rootless, cosmopolitan, and elitist half-breed. He scoffed at his mechanical economic policies and ridiculed his cowardly pacifism. In 1928 Hitler wrote in his Secret Book that this “pacifist-democratic Pan-European hodgepodge state” would never be able to withstand the inevitably expanding United States. Eventually Hitler would win the titanic power struggle between the two Princes of Synarchy and when Hitler annexed Austria in 1938 Kalergi took to flight.
Thus, the stage was set when aristocrats by birth, like Chief of the Abwehr Wilhelm Canaris, Ludwig Beck Chief of the German General Staff before the war and Field Marshall von Witzleben, started plotting against Hitler from the very first days of the war.
Even more treacherous than Canaris and his venomous sidekick General Hans Oster were the generational military men like General Franz Halder. He was Hitler’s chief of staff of the Wehrmacht till September of 1942 when it became apparent that he was almost singlehandedly losing the war for Germany in the East and he was dismissed.
“A post war de-Nazification panel judged Halders earlier conduct a “complete betrayal of his country.” After the conquest of Poland in 1939, he formed a secret planning staff to overthrow the government and placed General Heinrich von Stuipnagel in charge, who one German historian described with admiration as an old school European nobleman.” (1)
The Germans had broken Russian code by 1934. In 1935 they started flying high altitude missions and taking photographs. “Air crews photographed Soviet naval installations, armaments and industrial complexes, military fortifications and troop concentrations.” In 1947, after the war, the United States “used the photographs to prepare its own maps of the Soviet Union.” (2)
But in preparation for Operation Barbarossa, Germany’s invasion of Russia which began on June 22, 1941, military cartographers were making maps without using any of these photographs. “Some they based on Russian maps that had been printed in 1865. The German army received inaccurate ones which depicted dirt roads, which became impassable quagmires after rainfall, as modern paved highways…” (3)
In 1937 “the Germans began deciphering Soviet photo-telegraphic communications. In addition to reading diplomatic correspondences, they gained knowledge of Russian armaments production, the location and capacity of the factories and the short falls in industry.” (4)
In addition, quickly advancing German troops often overran Soviet positions before sensitive information could be destroyed. “Monitoring stations forwarded this vast quantity of intelligence to the Abwehr for assessment. Canaris, Oster and fellow conspirators relayed almost none of the findings to Hitler.” (5)
General Erich Fellgiebel and Oster’s coconspirators in the Abwehr were actually wiring German High Commands plans to Moscow through Switzerland before they even dried on the paper. “Advance knowledge of the German plans helped the Red Army embroil the invaders in heavy fighting around Smolenske in July and August. The Germans regained the initiative when Hitler decided on August 21 to shift his panzer divisions southward toward Kiev.” While Halder fumed about the “senseless” move “scattering” his forces ‘Corporal’ Hitler “destroyed four Soviet armies and mauled a fifth around Kiev.” (6)
Before the final assault on Moscow cold weather uniforms were held up by treasonous railroad bureaucrats. “Largely responsible for the delay in supplies were the director of Main Rail Transport South, Erwin Landenberger in Kiev and the Director of the Main Rail Transport Center, Karl Hahn in Minsk. Hitler ordered both men arrested for sabotage. Released from Sachsenhausen concentration camp months later, Hahn described himself to another officer as a “mortal enemy of the Nazis.”” (7)
Treacherous generals “were no less remiss about advising Hitler of intelligence reports predicting a planned Soviet offensive.” Reliable reports from Sweden of the Soviet buildup were also ignored by the Abwehr. Resultantly the Germans vastly underestimated Soviet strength. The assault on Moscow would end in a massive Soviet counter attack that drove the Germans back for the first time in the war. Hitler railed about “the total underestimation of the enemy, the false reports of enemy reserves and the strength of his armaments… and incomprehensible treason.”(8)
When the German army began their push to the south at the end of July to capture the Caucus and Soviet oil fields they were consistently undermined by their own commanding officers. “The Russians surrounded and destroyed the German 6tharmy at Stalingrad. Historians blame Hitler for the catastrophe, but the verdict does not weigh the flagrant disregard of his orders, misleading intelligence that he received, or the militarily senseless troop movements carried out by the OKH [Oberkommando des Heeres / High Command]without his knowledge.” (9)
The Abwehr’s Operation Zeppelin had recorded thousands of trains carrying war material and Soviet troops to Stalingrad. Air reconnaissance was reporting that the Soviets were constantly bringing in strong reinforcements which they were concealing on the other side of the Don River flanking the city. On November 10 they also “discovered that the Russians had transferred the 5thtank army there as well.
“On November 11 commander of the Nachrichtenaufklarung 1 (Communications evaluations section 1) submitted to the OKH a comprehensive analysis of Soviet military radio traffic. It identified the enemy reserves transferred to the Stalingrad area of operations. The report accurately predicted the Russians were about to launch a pincer attack to surround the German 6tharmy…” (10)
Nothing was done about it; no preparations were made. Once again Hitler and the German people had been betrayed by their aristocracy. Ludwig Beck was a German general and Chief of the German General Staff during the early years of the Hitler’s regime. By 1938 Beck, a generational Prussian career soldier who could not bear the fact that Hitler was not going let the military run Germany, was gone. But his fellow plotters still “considered him the military head of the anti-government movement.” (11)
“In the summer of 1944, law enforcement authorities cracked the resistance movement and began trying the ringleaders for treason. One of the defendants the former social democrat Wilhelm Leuschner testified about a conversation he had once had with Ludwig Beck.” “Beck explained that there are now enough people we can depend on in positions of command on the eastern front that the war can be controlled until the regime collapses …”(12)
Foreign Armies East was responsible for assessing all reports pertaining to the eastern front. “In the spring of 1942, Halder had arranged for his former adjutant, Reinhard Gehlen, to become its chief. Believing like Hindenburg that “Germany should not be governed by a Bohemian corporal” Gehlen later acknowledged actively supporting the resistance.” (13)
“Gehlen disclosed to Hitler neither the progress of Zeppelin nor the proximity of the 5th Tank Army, which he claimed was stationed far to the north. Even though the red army had massed 66 percent of its armor opposite Army Group B Gehlen warned that the Russians were planning to instead attack near Smolenske further north.” The Russian offensive began November 19 but as late as November 11 Gehlen was assuring Hitler that the available “Soviet forces were too weak for major operations.” (14)
At the opening of the Russian offensive “The Soviet 57th Army plunged headlong into General Hans-Georg Leyser’s full strength motorized 29th Infantry Division, which counterattacked without authorization from the general staff. Its 55 tanks of Panzer Battalion 129 struck furiously along the railroad line detraining masses of surprised Russian infantrymen and supplies. Sealing off this enemy penetration the 29th turned southwest to assault the flank of the Soviet 4th Corps. Before the operation began the division received a suspicious order to break contact and withdraw to the Stalingrad perimeter. This enabled the Russians to continue their encirclement of the 6thArmy. (15)
The 6th Army would end up being surrounded at Stalingrad: “based on Gehlen’s report that the Soviets had no reserves left, Hitler decided to supply the trapped garrison by air until a relief operation could be prepared.” He had no way of knowing the strength of the Soviet colossus crouched on the other side of the Don River. “Organizing the missions was Colonel Eberhard Finckh. An active conspirator, he arranged for substantial number of flights to carry useless cargo. In addition to food, medical supplies and ammunition the beleaguered troops at Stalingrad received thousands of old newspapers, candy, false collars, barbed wire, roofing paper, four tons of margarine and pepper, 200 thousand pocketbooks, shoe laces, spices and so on.” (16)
The German Army launched a relief expedition on December 15 spearheaded by the 6thPanzer Division. At almost ten percent above full strength it constituted an overwhelming mechanized force featuring hundreds of tanks and self-propelled guns, along with thousands of support trucks. “The attack progressed to within 30 miles of Stalingrad. Some fifty miles to the west, Soviet tanks counterattacked and captured the airfield at Morosovskaya threatening the German flank on the lower Chir River. Instead of dispatching weaker covering units to plug the gap the high command transferred the 6thPanzer Division to the Chir position.” (17)
It was incomprehensible overkill, and it would cost Germany everything. Without the mighty 6thPanzers, the relief expedition was no match for the massed Soviet forces. Stalingrad was lost. “There were 220,000 thousand German soldiers and foreign auxiliaries on the 6thArmy’s roster in mid-January 1943, two weeks before the garrison surrendered. Six thousand survived Soviet captivity.
The battle of Stalingrad not only proved a crushing military defeat for Germany but, for her civilian population, became the psychological turning point of the war. In 1948 former Gestapo chief Heinrich Muller summarized the dissonance in the Fuhrer’s headquarters: “many older officers of high rank sabotaged Hitler’s plans… Although I’m no military expert, I know that Hitler was right about military matters more often than these people. Hitler would issue an order, and because some general found Hitler personally offensive, this officer would indirectly disobey the order. Then when disaster occurred, the same man and his friends dumped the blame on Hitler. And they often lied right to his face.” (18)
Supposedly “Canaris was led to the gallows naked and executed on 9 April 1945 at the Flossenburg concentration camp, just weeks before the end of the war.” (19) His mongrel dog Oster was hanged right next to him.
But Halder would do much better. He became very important to American intelligence on the Soviet Union after the war. Halder was never tried at Nuremberg in spite of having personally issued orders to the Wehrmacht to arbitrarily execute entire Russian villages and shoot commissars and Jews on sight. Halder would walk away.
During the fifties he became the go to guy on Operation Barbarossa for western historians. He perpetuated the myth of the bumbling Hitler and the evil SS whom he blamed for the Wehrmachts atrocities. So effective was he that his stories are still believed today by credulous academics. In 1961 he would be awarded the Meritorious Civilian Service Award and become the only German ever to be decorated by both Adolf Hitler and an American president.
Gehlen would do even better than Halder under allied occupation. Knowing they were going to throw the war Gehlen ordered the Foreign Armies East intelligence files copied to microfilm, stored in water-tight drums and buried in various locations in the Austrian Alps. When the war ended Gehlen had fifty cases of intelligence files on the Soviet Union which he parlayed into his position as post war Germanys undisputed master of spies.
The Anglo-American Empire would attack from the West in the early summer of forty-four, a year and half after the 6th Army fell at Stalingrad, sealing Germany’s fate to go down in flames. But the German aristocracy would not go down with her. Plans had been laid. They would soon rise again with their British and American cousins at their side in an invisible global consortium that bestrides the West as its misbegotten and monstrous overlord to this very day…
“On the morning of 10th August 1944, SS Obergruppenfuehrer Scheid, a lieutenant-general in the Waffen SS – as well as a director of the industrial company Hermansdorff & Schenburg – arrived at the Hotel Maison Rouge set in Strasbourg’s rue des France-Bourgeois. Dr. Scheid had been sent to host the meeting by none other than Reichsleiter Martin Bormann, by then the second most powerful man in Nazi Germany, after Hitler.” (20)
Bormann had been preparing for the meeting for at least two years already. “During 1942 and 1943, Bormann began transferring party and S.S. funds under his control from the Third Reich to South America. The transfers included currency, gold, diamonds and share‐holding certificates controlling numerous blue‐chip German and foreign corporations.”(21)
“Present at the meeting, in addition to Dr. Scheid, were representatives of Krupp, Messerschmitt, Rheinmetall, Bussing, Volkswagenwerk, engineers representing various factories in Posen, Poland – including Brown-Boveri – an important part of the German electrical industry that was part owned by two American companies – General Electric and International Telephone & Telegraph [“Ma Bell”].” (22)
Scheidinformed the assembled elitists of Germany that “government controls over the export of wealth (money, patents, scientists and administrators) were to be relaxed immediately, the transfer of these national assets became an official policy of the Nazi state. A report by the U.S. Treasury Department in 1946 stated that 750 companies were set up all over the world by the German industrialists following the Aug. 10, 1944 meeting in Strasbourg. Their listing noted 112 in Spain, 58 in Portugal, 35 in Turkey, 98 in Argentina, 214 in Switzerland, 233 in various other countries.” (23)
“I. G. Farbenindustrie, A. G., the largest and most powerful chemical combine in the world during the twelve years of the Third Reich, controlled—both admitted and concealed —over 500 firms in 92 countries. It was the largest single earner of foreign exchange for Germany, and its cartel agreements numbered over 2,000 and included such major industrial concerns as Standard Oil (New Jersey), the Aluminum Company of America, E. I. du Pont de Nemours, Ethyl Export Corporation, Imperial Chemical Industries (Great Britain), the Dow Chemical Company, Rohm & Haas, Etablissements Kuhlmann (France), and the Mitsui interests of Japan, When Martin Bormann switched on the green light for massive transfers of wealth, I. G. Farben moved into high gear.
Hermann Schmitz, I. G.’s, president of that era, reported to Martin Bormann: “Our measures of camouflage have proved to be very good during the war, and have even surpassed our expectations.” The measures he referred to was camouflage of the true ownership of Farben assets as a war and postwar device. The company cloaked its direct and indirect ownership and control of hundreds of its foreign subsidiaries by utilizing every conceivable device known to the legal mind. It was a razzle‐dazzle operation, with Bormann nodding approval and giving assistance every step of the way. Other major German firms pursued the same complicated and devious course.
A primary technique used generally for shifting control of German property to avoid Allied seizure in the last year of the war was to use a cloaking device of ownership. The German owner would transfer his holdings to neutral national who acted as the nominal owner; made easy by the general European practice of using bearer shares as a token of ownership (bearer shares are negotiable by delivery, and it is exceedingly difficult to trace the chain of title of a particular share). Fees varied for this service, but the usual figure was 5 per cent of the deal.”(24)
Critically, Bormann believed he needed nine months to fully complete the planned capital flight programme. (25) There would be those in America and Great Britain that made sure he got it, but Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery was not among them.
“With the closing of the Falaise gap, Montgomery was determined not to let Eisenhower waste a golden opportunity to bring the war to a close in 1944. On 4th September, Montgomery sent a coded signal “Personal for General Eisenhower Eyes Only,” laying out in detail an audacious plan to seize strategic bridges in the Netherlands followed by a full-blooded armoured thrust into Germany through the back door of the Ruhr – the very heartland of German industry and, coincidentally home to many of those industrialists Dr. Scheid’s capital flight conference had addressed less than a month earlier.” (26)
The plan would be rejected by the doddering Eisenhower, modified by Montgomery and changed from Operation Comet to Operation Market Garden, then finally accepted by Eisenhower on the tenth of September. Operation Market Garden called for British airborne forces to capture and hold the final bridge at Arnhem till it was secured by tanks. Coincidentally, or not, “it was the 4th of September, that Field Marshall Model directed Lt. General Bittrich’s badly mauled but veteran II SS Panzer corps to bivouac in the Arnhem area to refit and rest.” (27)
Any number of the elitists, who were privy to them, starting with those who had Skull and Bones and other secret society affiliations, could have leaked Eisenhower’s plans to the Germans. Prominent on the list of suspects is General Walter Bedell Smith; Eisenhower’s chief of staff in the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force at the time as well as close friend and business partner after the war of Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.
“German born as Prince Bernhard zur Lippe-Biesterfeld, he joined the Nazi party in the early 1930’s, eventually donning the SS uniform. By 1935 he was gainfully employed in I G Farben’s intelligence department NW7. His match to Princess Juliana, the daughter of the Dutch Queen Wilhelmina, was reportedly arranged by Farben director, Gerhard Fritze, a relative of NW7’s chief, Max Ilgner.” The Nazi national anthem, the Horst Wessel, was played at the wedding. (28)
Bernhard’s request to work for British intelligence after the war broke out was denied because the admiralty didn’t trust him and neither did “Eisenhower who refused him access to sensitive intelligence information. However, with the intervention of King George on Prince Bernhard’s behalf, he was eventually allowed to work in war planning councils…” (29)
Immediately after the war Smith and Bernhard went into business trading in looted Nazi art through a company called Bernard Ltd. They used “military aircraft to fly between Soesterberg – a short distance away from Prince Bernhard’s palace Soestdijk – and the USA.” Stolen art wasn’t the only Nazi treasure Bernard Ltd transported to America by air. In contradiction of prevailing policy and at the risk of court martial: “in August 1945, Bedell Smith donated his private plane to secretly fly Nazi master spy Reinhard Gehlen, and five of his general staff, to Washington for secret talks.” (30)
Following the war in 1945 Prince Bernhard along with a unit of Dutch Intelligence traveled into Russian occupied Berlin, ostensibly to recover the Dutch crown jewels looted by the Nazis. They were in fact recovering papers for Fritz Thyssen that would prove ownership of assets. Thyssen was one of Germanys leading industrialists prior to WW II and many believe he financed Hitler. Thyssen was related to Bernhard through Bernhard’s relative Prince Alfred zur Lippe-Weissenfeld whose daughter was the wife of Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen, Fritz Thyssen’s nephew “and heir to the Thyssen family fortune.” (31)
“The papers were returned to Holland and deposited in the Bank voor Handel en Scheepvaart, in Rotterdam, which was secretly owned by Thyssen. Known as “Operation Juliana” this cunning scheme was a body blow to Allied investigators who were anxiously seeking the “missing pieces of the Thyssen fortune.” (32)
Nothing can be proved but like Americas aircraft carriers being out to sea when Pearl Harbor was bombed it is telling that British commandos parachuting in to begin Operation Market Garden landed right on top of the 9th and 10th SS Panzer Divisions, specially trained in anti-airborne operations. Never the less, despite getting their heads handed to them by the German defenders who seemed anything but surprised; the allied troops did finally prevail by force of overwhelming numbers. The Nijmegen Bridge, the last bridge at Arnhem was finally taken and held.
Initially the Allies could have easily broken through German lines. But the Grenadier Guards, under the command of Major Peter Smith, more commonly known by his title of Lord Carrington, inexplicably refused to advance their tanks over the bridge at night and seize the opportunity. By morning, due to German reinforcements, the bridge could no longer be crossed.
The Germans would hold the other side for another five months and the bridge would be immortalized in the 1977 Hollywood epic A Bridge too Far. WW II would not end till May of 1945 giving Bormann exactly the nine months he said he would need from the time of the Hotel Maison Rouge meeting in August of forty-four.
It’s now an excepted fact in British journalism that Queen Elizabeth I herself was decidedly “pro-peace movement” and “spoke of her “desire to avert war with Germany and for closer ties to be established between the two countries.”(33) By the turn of the twenty-first century the British press were finally ready to admit that the “Queen would have willingly accepted a German occupation providing that the monarchy and her place in it remained intact.” (34)
The Grenadier Guards are one of only five British regiments appointed to fly the flag of the monarchy in front of the Monarch on their birthday ceremony. Reigning British Monarchs are usually the “colonels-in-chief” of the regiment. The Grenadier Guards are considered household troops and are one of the elite regiments charged with guarding the monarch.
“The rank and file of the Grenadiers swears an oath of allegiance to the monarch as head of the Armed Forces of the United Kingdom.” “The oath is sworn to the reigning British monarch and not to Parliament. Interestingly, the first public engagement of the present monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, took place in 1942, when as a young princess she inspected the Grenadier Guards on her 16th birthday.” (35)
Lord Carrington would later serve as chairman of the Bilderbergers, a synarchic group of elitists who held their first conference in May of 1954. Not surprisingly General Walter Bedell Smith was one of the people instrumental in organizing them. Attendees to their incessant and what should be highly alarming meetings over the years have included: “David Rockefeller, Walter Boveri Jr, son of the founder of Brown Boveri, Sir Eric Roll of Warburg’s London based merchant bank and Dr. Herman Abs of I G Farben” (36)
The 1954 conference took place ten years after the failure of Operation Market Garden in the Bilderberg hotel: “located in Oosterbeek, Holland, just a few kilometres from both Arnhem and Nijmegen – and in the very middle of the fighting to take the Arnhem Bridge. Is it possible that Oosterbeck was chosen for the first meeting of Bilderberg in order to secretly celebrate the success in getting the wealth of Nazi Germany to safety as planned by Bormann?” (37)
1954 was the very same year “the Allies finally agreed to return Western Germany to the status of a sovereign nation and German companies were, at last, freed from Allied control on 5th May 1955.” Assets: “that had been secreted abroad could now be untangled and returned to once again rebuild Germany – as foreseen by Bormann. The treaty that ended the occupation of West Germany was signed in Paris in October 1954.” (38)
* Paragraph is taken directly from the online encyclopedia Wikipedia’s biography of Kalergi. Their sources:
Lipgens, Walter; Loth, Wilfried, eds. (1988), Documents on the History of European Integration, Volume 3: The Struggle for European Union by Political Parties and Pressure Groups in Western European Countries 1945–1950, Walter de Gruyter, ISBN 9783110114294
1 – Internet Archive. 2020. Betrayal in the East p 301, Hitlers Revolution By Richard Tedor: Free Download, Borrow, And Streaming : Internet Archive. [online] Available at: https://archive.org/details/HitlersRevolutionByRichardTedor_201606/page/n297/mode/2up
2– Ibid, pp 298-299
3 – Ibid.
4 – Ibid.
5 – Ibid.
6 – Ibid, p 303
7 – Ibid, p 304
8 – Ibid, pp 306-307.
9 – Ibid, p 311.
10 Ibid, pp 312-313.
11 – Ibid, p 318.
12 – Ibid.
13 – Ibid, p 313.
14 – Ibid.
15 – Ibid.
16 – Ibid. p 314.
17 – Ibid, p 315.
18 – Ibid.
19 – Wistrich, Robert (1995). Who’s Who In Nazi Germany. p29, New York: Routledge.
20 – Guyatt, David. “THE SHAPE OF TREACHERY AND THE BRIDGE AT ARNHEM.” PRINCES OF PLUNDER. DeepBlackLies, Web. http://www.deepblacklies.co.uk/princes_of_plunder.htm
21 – Manning , Paul. “Martin Bormann and the Future of Germany.” New York Times [New York] 3 Mar. 1973 Web. https://www.nytimes.com/1973/03/03/archives/martin-bormann-and-the-future-of-germany.html
22 – “THE SHAPE OF TREACHERY AND THE BRIDGE AT ARNHEM.”
23 – “Martin Bormann and the Future of Germany.”
24 – Ibid.
25 – Manning, Paul. Nazi in Exile. Lyle Stuart, September 1st 1981 . 32. Print.
26 – “THE SHAPE OF TREACHERY AND THE BRIDGE AT ARNHEM.”
27 – Ibid.
28 – Ibid.
29 – Ibid.
30 – Ibid.
31 – Ibid.
32 – Ibid.
33 – Lynn Picknett, Clive Prince and Stephen Prior, “Double Standards – The Rudolf Hess Cover-Up” – p 265. Published January 1st 2001 by London: Little, Brown.
34 – The Independent on Sunday, 5 March 2000.
35 – “THE SHAPE OF TREACHERY AND THE BRIDGE AT ARNHEM.”
36 – Ibid.
37 – Ibid.
38 – Ibid.
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