Excerpt: When the German cargo submarine U-234 aborted its mission to Japan and was escorted surreptitiously into Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Maine on May 15, 1945 it was carrying the missing ingredients for the Zionist fiasco appropriately named the Manhattan Project.
The Bolshevik Empire had ostensibly collapsed under the doddering puppet president Reagan’s idiotic posing. Things were made available that ‘should’ have been kept secret for a hundred years, and for a brief moment the veil was pulled back, allowing a glimpse of what moves the world around us.
by Jack Heart & Orage
First published 10 March 2014
In 1974 I had seen a family I grew up with slaughtered in their beds while they slept the sleep of the dead. My best friend, even though he was only fifteen years old at the time, was suspected of being the perpetrator, until the drug addled surviving son confessed. We were anathema in St. Johns High School after that; leaving a trail of hushed whispers as we moved from class to class.
Mercifully the dark teenage melodrama came to an end when the school auditorium burned to the ground right before the much anticipated Easter play. They blamed us, all the kids from the Amityville- Copiague clique, and asked us not to return for the following year.
1975 was a big change in my life. It wouldn’t be the last but it was the first. No more expensive private catholic schools. I was now attending a high school where the student newspaper featured an obituary column. The stairwell at the front entrance doubled as a memorial for a kid who failed flying lessons. You only got in after being scanned with a metal detector.
I had made the A-list socially right off the bat when two weeks in I was cornered in a cafeteria hallway by about a dozen Black kids, some who would finish their high school education in Clinton Dannemora, and slapped around as they tried to force me to eat cookies they had picked up off the floor. I didn’t eat the cookies. Instead, Joe Demiglio and Joe O’Riely along with about two dozen other White guys had come charging down the hallway facilitating a bloody brawl that had to be broken up by the police, canceling classes for the rest of the day.
I was now one of the cool kids. I was only a sophomore, but I had already learned scholastically more than I would ever need to graduate Copiague High School at seventeen years old. I never went to class, I would spend the first four periods in the school library reading about WW II, till lunch time when I could play handball outside.
Duck & Cover
I was a child of TV, 1960’s style. Vietnam and communist incursions, Yellow devils that lived just to die, a master race whose god was a madman that would stop at nothing to enslave us all. The realities, or at least what I was told they were, of my mother and father.
All through elementary school we would practice hiding under our desks for what we were told was the inevitable attack of the Soviet Union. Hitler and Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill, Emperor Hirohito and Bushidō, I wanted to know. I read all six volumes of Churchill’s The Second World War. I read Mein Kampf twice and a couple of biographies on Stalin. But I never read nothing like I’m about to tell you.
In the twilight of October 1944 Hans Zinsser, a German flak rocket expert, was flying out of Ludwigslust, a town in northern Germany, when he witnessed what he described as the testing of an atomic bomb about ten miles away. There was a brilliant flash that illuminated the atmosphere and emitted a pressure wave and cloud that had a diameter of about one kilometer. After a brief period of darkness the cloud became spotted with explosions of a pale blue color. The sharp outline dissipated after about ten seconds and the color lightened.
By then the diameter of the pressure wave was at least nine thousand meters and remained visible for another fifteen seconds. The original color of the cloud was blue violet with red rims that quickly faded to a darker shade. The explosion was only lightly felt from the observation plane.
About an hour later he again took off out of Ludwigslust in a Heinkel 111 and flew directly over ground zero of the explosion at an altitude of three to four thousand meters. There was a cloud extending up to an altitude of seven thousand meters shaped like a mushroom with billowing turbulent sections. The electrical disturbances within the cloud made radio communication impossible. Zinsser noted after flying around for a clearer view of the area detonated that he did not understand why the experiment had taken place in such a crowded area.
This account is from an affidavit in a military intelligence report dated August 19, 1945. The heading reads “Investigations, Research, Developments and Practical Use of the German Atomic Bomb, A.P.I.U. (Ninth Air Force) 96/1945 APO 696, U S Army, 19 August 1945.” The report is on a film roll marked A1007, filmed in 1973 at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama. The film was not declassified until the end of the twentieth century.
The Uran Verein
Play material for the Allies 1942
Let me introduce you to some German scientists, the brightest minds of their time, men who knew Albert Einstein for the bad joke of empire that he was.
Werner Heisenberg was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1932 when he was just thirty-one years old, Paul Hartek was the co-discoverer in 1934 of tritium, the heaviest form of hydrogen, Kurt Diebner, head of German atomic research at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute from 1939-42, Erich Bagge, Heisenberg’s student and the man who proved neutrinos do not exist.
Then there was Otto Hahn who in 1944 would be awarded the Nobel Prize for his discovery of the fission of heavy nuclei “in 1938”, Carl Friedrich von Weizsacker, in the late thirties co-discover of the Bethe-Weizsäcker cycle which pioneered the way for nuclear astrophysics, Karl Wirtz who had joined the German atomic bomb research team in 1940, Horst Korsching who worked with isotope separation under Wirtz and Heisenberg.
And there was Walter Gerlach, noted especially for his work with Otto Stern, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1943 on the deflections of atoms in a non-homogeneous magnetic field.
This is some of the lineup fielded by the National Socialists; some of them committed National Socialists themselves. Heisenberg, with the Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, is the most important scientist till this very day in Quantum physics. Hahn had invented Nuclear physics all the way back in 1934 but would wait until 1938 to announce it; buying time for Hitler to wrest from the greedy fingers of empire the traditionally German Sudetenland and Jáchymov’s rich uranium deposits. Gerlach was dealing in Gravity waves, a science still unavailable to the general public today.
The British and Americans knew this. They had their Zionist thug Goudsmit compile this list and subsequently rounded the ten men up between May 3 and June 30, 1945. They interned them all at Farm Hall, a microphone fitted house just outside of Cambridge England. They kept them there, listening to everything they said from July 3, 1945 to January 3, 1946. But the whole thing was an exercise in futility. Wirtz confided to Sir Charles Frank in November of 1945 that the German scientists knew the house was bugged to which Frank relates in his introduction to Operation Epsilon The Farm Hall Transcripts.
These transcripts were only made public in 1992. They present considerable problems for the absurd Zionist tale about German ineptitude in the very science they invented.
According to the story Heisenberg and company were convinced that in order to achieve critical mass an atomic bomb would require about two tons of uranium 235, an amount that at the time would have taken approximately a century to produce. Because of this erroneous calculation, according to the narrative of the children’s fairytale, the bumbling Germans never bothered trying to produce a nuclear bomb and the clever Zionists lived happily ever after.
A few days after America nuked Hiroshima, Heisenberg and the rest of the Germans obviously could not resist hamming it up for the peanut gallery. Heisenberg called the German scientists to assembly in Farm Hall and gave a detailed lecture in the construction of a working atomic bomb that’s critical mass of uranium 235 would be about the size of a pineapple. Hartek even chimed in with almost the exact critical mass for the uranium 235 used in the Hiroshima bomb. Again it was only Goudsmit and the rest of the insolent Zionist pseudoscientists that were too stupid to realize they were being mocked.
The British and American intelligence agencies were fully aware of the situation. The empire was not amused, and those who resented the Zionist occupation wanted in.
The truth is Italian born Enrico Fermi, who defected from the Axis in 1938 because he had a Jewish wife, built America’s atomic bomb practically single handedly. Zionist Robert Oppenheimer, in between spying on Fermi for the Soviet Union, recited poetry from the Bhagavad-Gita for the fawning Zionist media. The empire’s designated genius Albert Einstein never even worked on the Manhattan Project, yet he eagerly took his obligatory bows for the cameras after the bomb was unveiled for the world at the expense of the incinerated women and children of Hiroshima, a city of no military value.
After learning of his onetime colleague, Otto Hahn’s nuclear fission discovery from Niels Bohr in Bohr’s 1939 trip to America Fermi had gotten busy immediately and by early 1941 already had what were the semblances of a working reactor on the seventh floor of the Columbia University’s Pupin laboratory in the middle of New York City.
Not wanting to risk their own city in event of a meltdown, the Zionists moved him to Chicago, where the intrepid Italian would complete his task beneath the west stands of Stagg Field like he was building a vegetable garden. The first working nuclear reactor dubbed pile 1 went on line at 3:25 PM Chicago time on December 2, 1942. From that moment on it was inevitable that Zionism would go nuclear, and the Enrico Fermi Show would preempt the Manhattan Project and be moved to Washington State, Tennessee, and sundry places all over America and New Mexico.
The Zionist puppet; Lieutenant General Leslie Groves, the man who had been responsible for building a giant pentagram in the middle of Washington DC, in between explaining to Chief of Staff General George Marshall why he had appointed known Bolshevik Robert Oppenheimer, who had exactly zero engineering credentials, as director the Manhattan Project had accomplished nothing.
He and his Bolshevik handler had been playing around primarily using a Mass spectrometry method developed by Ernest O. Lawrence extracting grams a day of uranium 235 at the cost of 250 thousand dollars per gram. That’s 1940’s dollars. Gaseous diffusion and thermo diffusion were also tried without much success. Uranium 235 is an isotope that makes up only 0.7 percent of natural occurring uranium. It has similar properties to the most common isotope in uranium 238 making it difficult to separate. The Zionists would not know the exact calculations of how much they would need till the spring of forty-five, but apparently they were able to figure out that when two masses of uranium 235 are fired into each other at about three thousand feet per second or more they will produce a nuclear detonation.
Once the Italian savior of Zionism had solved the riddle of the reactor, uranium 238 could be irradiated and transmuted into plutonium 239, a brand new element, highly unstable, that would yield three times the explosive power of uranium 235 and would require considerably smaller quantities. Critical mass in a plutonium bomb would be a ball about the size of an orange. Far less than the fifty kilos of uranium 235 required for critical mass in a uranium bomb. The problem was the surface of the plutonium sphere would have to be explosively and uniformly compressed. In order to do this thirty-two redundant detonators, sixty-four in all, would need to fire simultaneously within one three thousandth of a second differential. If the sequence is off the nuclear reaction will not take place.
Even after expending some two billion of 1940s dollars, and hiring a whole cast of overpriced and under talented Zionist actors to play the roles of supporting “scientists” for Enrico Fermi, America was coming up far short.
In a memo dated December 28, 1944 chief metallurgist for Los Alamos, Eric Jette writes “A study of the shipment of (bomb-grade uranium) for the past three months shows the following…: At the present rate we will have 10 kilos about February 7 and 15 kilos about May 1.”
In the best case scenario the American atomic bomb would only have about half the uranium required to achieve critical mass by August 6, 1945, the day the bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
|Michael Perrin, John Lansdale, Jr., Samuel Goudsmit, Eric Welsh|
From June of 1940 to the end of the war, Germany seized 3,500 tons of uranium compounds from Belgium. America had purchased twelve hundred tons, which by a stroke of luck had been stored in Staten Island, NY before the war, from the Belgian company Union Minière.
The uranium ore on Staten Island was 65% U3O8 and came from the Belgian Congo where America procured another thousand tons that were 65% U3O8 and another two thousand tons of waste pile ore that was 20% U3O8.
Without even counting what Germany may have mined from Jáchymov in the Sudetenland, Germany had more pure uranium ore on hand than America used for the entire Manhattan Project.
In his Zionist psy-op book Now It Can Be Told General Groves boasts that on April 17, 1945, the allies confiscated 1,100 tons of uranium ore from Stassfurt, Saxony, 31 tons in Toulouse, France, as well as 8 tons of refined oxide from the Stassfurt mines.
That leaves 2,360 tons of German uranium unaccounted for at the very least.
Haigerloch Uranium Cubes showcase
In the summer of thirty-nine, a few months after Hahn’s discovery of nuclear fission had been published, the Germans established a uranium project under Kurt Diebner in Gottow near Berlin. A secret conference on nuclear power was convened in Berlin on September 16, 1939 and soon after most of Germany’s top nuclear scientists were drafted into the army.
Labs began to sprout up all over Germany to study nuclear fission for military uses. With the first one in Dahlem, near Berlin, dubbed The Virus House to discourage unwelcome prying.
By the summer of forty-one, Germany had refined 600 tons of uranium to its oxide form where it could be ionized into gas and the uranium isotopes could be separated magnetically or thermally. The oxide could also be reduced to metal for a reactor pile.
Dr. Riehl who had the overall responsibility for all the uranium in Germany during the course of the war says the real figure is much higher. In addition the National Socialists were extracting a ton a month from separate ore stocks left over from a previous private commercial venture to extract their radium for toothpaste.
In order to make a bomb, the fissionable material must be reduced to a metal. With a plutonium bomb, uranium 238 is reduced to a metal. With a uranium bomb uranium 235 is reduced to a metal. The properties of uranium make this a difficult proposition.
America was unable to reduce uranium to metal in any substantial quantities until late 1942. By the end of 1940 the Germans had already processed 280.6 kilograms (619 pounds) of uranium into metal.
The Germans realized early on that plutonium would make a more efficient bomb than uranium 235. However, Heisenberg’s early efforts at building a reactor were thwarted when his colleague Dr. Walther Bothe miscalculated the neutron absorption rate of graphite.
Graphite because it is one of the purest materials manufactured at the industrial scale and retains its properties at high temperatures is used in reactors, as it was by Fermi, to prevent meltdowns.
Deuterium oxide or heavy water, which is a water isotope with an additional neutron added to the hydrogen atoms, can be used as an alternate but the process of producing heavy water is time consuming. Perhaps for these reasons the Germans seemed to have redoubled their efforts to separate uranium 235 isotopes from uranium 238.
By 1942 Germany already had at least five, and possibly as many as seven, isotope separation development programs underway. From among these projects three very innovative technologies were being pioneered beginning with Dr. Bagge’s isotope sluice machine, a machine using gaseous diffusion and a similar machine constructed by a Dr. Korsching. By mid forty-four Bagge’s isotope sluice, using gaseous diffusion, would enrich uranium on a single pass to four times what was being reported in America.
Low enriched uranium, enriched to 3 to 4% is used for fuel in Light Water reactors, the most common nuclear reactor.
Weapons grade uranium must be enriched to at least 85%. Even today there is only about two thousand tons of weapons grade uranium worldwide and it is tightly controlled. Weapons grade uranium must be passed through the enrichment process multiple times in order to achieve its purity. It can also be passed through one enrichment process and be used as feedstock for another.
The isotope sluice was not the most efficient method of enrichment used by the National Socialists. The centrifuge and the second generation ultracentrifuge were more effective. A special alloy called Bondur, designed to handle the corrosive uranium compounds, was used in the ultracentrifuge. It had been developed by 1941. The American isotope separation effort was, at a much later date, still struggling to find a similar material that could be used with the corrosive uranium gases.
But the Zionists in all their books about National Socialisms nuclear arms program, always the same regurgitated dribble, appear to have once again fallen into the trap of their own perpetual shallow search for meaning.
|Manfred von Ardenne 1942|
The real star of Germany’s atomic weapons program was Baron Manfred von Ardenne; aristocrat by birth, self taught genius, inventor of television and the electron microscope. He held his first patent, for an electronic tube with multiple systems in a single tube for applications in wireless telegraphy, by the time he was fifteen years old.
Although von Ardenne was a personnel friend of Adolph Hitler, he was not even named on Alsos thug Samuel Goudsmit’s list to be rounded up in Operation Epsilon. But nobody was putting von Ardenne in an English farmhouse anyway. He was Stalin’s guest after the war in Europe ended.
He would play the role of Enrico Fermi for the Soviet Union single handedly adjusting the balance of power by giving Stalin his bomb, the secrets of controlling nuclear fission to create energy and a table top electron microscope for the Russian scientists to play with. For this he was awarded the Stalin Prize and a private institute in East Germany fully equipped courtesy of the Soviet Union.
Von Ardenne would be the holder of over six hundred patents by the time of his death in 1997. When the war ended he wanted nothing to do with the west. Maybe he just preferred Stalin who used Bolsheviks, including his own wife, for target practice. Or maybe it was just something Hitler told him during all those private meetings (chronicled by David Irving on page 235 of his book The German Atomic Bomb) between him, Hitler and most likely Martin Bormann, held in von Ardennes lab as the Russians closed in on Berlin.
By 1941, four years before the Americans, von Ardenne and his associate Fritz Houtermans had calculated the critical mass of uranium 235 and begun construction of a subterranean state of the art laboratory in Berlin Lichterfelde, well out of reach of the allies’ bombs.
The laboratory contained a two million volt electrostatic generator and a cyclotron. At the time there was only one other cyclotron throughout the Reich, that of the Curies, in German occupied France.
By April 1942 von Ardenne had a magnetic isotope separator similar to the calutrons of Ernest Lawrence in his laboratory. Lawrence’s calutrons would not be used in the Manhattan Project for another year and a half. Von Ardenne had designed his separators in 1940 immediately after it was discovered that a fission explosion was possible. The ion plasma source to vaporize uranium that von Ardenne had designed for his isotope separator was far superior to that provided for Lawrence’s calutrons.
The process used by Lawrence’s calutrons to vaporize the uranium was one of its major flaws. The efficiency of Lawrence’s vaporization process ran between 40 and 75 percent. Ardenne’s invention, known as the Ardenne Source, ran close to a hundred percent and has come to be the preferred source around the world for emitting particle rays.
Von Ardenne was not under the control of the military. He was a card carrying member of the inner sanctum of the National Socialists. As such he was not answerable to the military. They were answerable to him. He was financed by Reich Postal Minister Wilhelm Ohnesorge, who besides being the bag man for the cutting edge of nuclear technology was also extremely interested in the possibility of party propagation through wire signals and radio.
Ohnesorge was a close personnel friend of Martin Bormann and Adolph Hitler and just like them, he walked after the war. Ohnesorge didn’t even have to fake his own death. The Zionist charges against him were simply dropped with no explanation given and he faded into history to live to a ripe old age.
Von Ardenne later saw his contribution to the acceleration of the atomic stalemate as “the most important deed that fortune and post war events had led me to.”
U-234 gets taken in by USS Sutton
When the German cargo submarine U-234 aborted its mission to Japan and was escorted surreptitiously into Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Maine on May 15, 1945 it was carrying the missing ingredients for the Zionist fiasco appropriately named the Manhattan Project.
U-234’s chief radio operator Wolfgang Hirschfeld asserts in his book The Story of An U-boat that the uranium oxide handed over to America was highly radioactive and that he saw the two Japanese officers, ostensibly escorting it to Japan (who in the Zionist fairytale conveniently commit Hari Kari), labeling the cylinders U 235 before the sub left port in Germany.
Although photographs were permitted, the press was not allowed to speak with the captured U-boat crew, contrary to existing American policies at the time.
US Archives NARA II, secret dispatch #262151 shows naval intelligence radioing Portsmouth after debriefing Karl Pfaff, U-234’s second watch officer. “Pfaff prepared manifest list and knows kind documents and cargo in each tube. Pfaff states…uranium oxide loaded in gold cylinders and as long as cylinders not opened can be handled like crude TNT. These containers should not be opened as substance will become sensitive and dangerous.”
Because of its corrosive effects, its instability and susceptibility to contamination uranium 235 could only be transported safely within an element of extreme purity and stability; gold. Using gold to transport anything outside of weapons grade uranium 235, valued by then at a hundred thousand dollars an ounce, would be like using hundred dollar bills for toilet paper. The American unloading manifest officially lists five hundred and sixty kilos of uranium oxide.
U-234’s cargo manifest lists ten bales of drums and fifty bales of barrels. The manifest says the barrels held benzl cellulose, a liquid which can be used as a moderator in a reactor. It lists the drums as containing a “confidential material.”
In a US Archives Southeast Region, East Point, Georgia, telephone transcript titled Telephone Conversation Between Major Smith, WLO and Major Traynor, 14 June, 1945 Major Smith tells Major Traynor that the confidential material is “water” and all they know is it ranges from 10 to 85% pure and that he needs him to test the drums so he knows “which and what.” In Heavy Water or deuterium oxide the quantity of hydrogen atoms containing an extra neutron determines its purity. It’s safe to assume that Major Smith was not asking Major Traynor to test the appropriated water for fluoride content.
Among the passengers aboard U-234 was Dr. Heinz Schlicke; perhaps the foremost expert alive on electromagnetic science that the National Socialists were prepared to part with. In National Archives NARA II, memorandum written by Jack H. Alberti to Captain John L. Rihaldaffer, 24 May, 1945, declassified; Alberti writes “Dr. Schlicke knows about the infra-red proximity fuses which are contained in some of these packages… Dr. Schlicke knows how to handle them and is willing to do so.”
On May twenty-fifth Dr. Schlicke, along with his three man escort, was put on an airplane back to Portsmouth to retrieve the fuses. On July 19, 1945 Dr. Schlicke would give a lecture to the Navy Department. He was accompanied by a mysterious Mr. Alvarez who acted as his handler screening questions. In previous declassified communications Mr. Alvarez had been referred to as Commodore Alvarez. The rank of Commodore only exists in the Coast Guard and military records indicate there was no such person serving in the armed forces at the time.
But there was a Dr. Luis Alvarez who closely worked with Enrico Fermi and the military. He was placed at the disposal of Bolshevik circus clown Robert Oppenheimer in 1944 to figure out how to detonate the Plutonium him and his General Groves had made. In the Zionist fairytale, this Dr. Alvarez is credited with the last minute solution to the plutonium bomb fusing problem.
Dr. Alvarez would go on to exercise his genius for the Zionist Empire in such seemingly diverse fields as the extinction of the dinosaurs by meteor, analysis of photographs excerpted from the film Abraham Zapruder took of the Kennedy assassination and examination of the Egyptian pyramids using cosmic rays to determine the presence of underground chambers. Although Dr. Alvarez’s true specialty appears to have been the uses of pulsed microwaves.
Dr. Schlicke had served his apprenticeship at Institute of Technology in Dresden under Dr. Heinrich Barkhausen, inventor of the ultrahigh frequency vacuum tube electronic oscillator and discoverer of magnetic domains. His work would lead to the inventions of microwave transit-time tubes such as the klystron. In 1937 Dr. Schlicke would write his thesis on the Entrainment of Oscillators and Sub-Harmonics.
He would be repatriated back to Germany in 1946 but would return to America to work under Operation Paperclip at the Office of Naval Research in Sands Point, New York. His work there consisted of what is now known as stealth technology.
As Jim Morrison, rock and roll icon and son of the most powerful admiral in the Navy once said:
“I wanna tell you ’bout Texas Radio and the Big Beat
Comes out of the Virginia swamps
Cool and slow with a back beat narrow and hard to master
Some call it heavenly in its brilliance
Others, mean and rueful of the Western dream
I love the friends I have gathered together on this thin raft
We have constructed pyramids in honor of our escaping.”
German historian Rainer Karlsch together with TV journalist Heiko Petermann have presented substantial evidence that the Germans detonated a nuclear bomb near the Thuringian town of Ohrdruf on March 3 1945. It may not have been the only one.
There was probably another detonation in Ohrdruf and one on Rügen; Germany’s largest island. There were others too. America’s Chief prosecutor Robert Houghwout Jackson is on record as having questioned Albert Speer at Nuremberg about instantaneously incinerating twenty thousand Jews right outside of Auschwitz.
There is also a report, declassified by the National Security Agency in 1978, from the Japanese embassy in Stockholm to Tokyo: Inter 12 Dec 44 (1,2) Japanese; Rec’d 12 Dec 44; Trans 14 Dec 44 (3020-B).
The message alerts Tokyo that the Germans have an “atom splitting bomb” which they have already deployed to limited use on Russian troop concentrations “at a location 150 kilometers southeast of Kursk. Although it was the entire 19th Infantry Regiment of the Russians which was thus attacked, only a few bombs (each round up to 5 kilograms) sufficed to utterly wipe them out to the last man.”
The message graphically describes Russian soldiers and horses charred black with ammo exploded in place from the heat. The message goes on to speculate that the weapon was also used in the Crimea. Whether the weapon used at Kursk was atomic or thermobaric, a mixture of brown-coal dust and fuel, remains unclear.
In spite of Zionism’s utter desperation to maintain the fairytale — which it does through an army of Internet shills and scholastic hacks — the dam has burst open and the Khazar are finally taking a much needed bath. There is no longer any question about whether National Socialism had the atomic bomb long before America. The question is why they didn’t use it.
Perhaps only a soldier can answer that question. Hitler was many things; praetor human orator, philosopher, a man so charismatic that women, children and animals swooned in his presence but the madman of the Zionist fairytale he was not. Above all the aforementioned things he was a soldier. He was a decorated war hero of unquestionable bravery. He knew death like a tailor knows his cloth.
Otto Skorzeny was one of the greatest soldiers who ever lived, Hitler’s personnel friend and commando of choice when failure was not an option. After the war he was a celebrity, admired by the men who were his adversaries. In his book Meine Kommando-Unternehmen he recounts a conversation with Hitler. Spontaneously I spoke of the rumors about the artificial radioactivity and its possible use as a weapon. Hitler looked at me with shining, feverish eyes and said:
“Do you know Mr. Skorzeny if the energy released by nuclear fission and in the bargain radioactivity is used as weapons that this would signify the end our planet? The effect would be awful. Even if the radioactivity was controlled and the nuclear fission used as a weapon the consequences would be awful! When Dr. Todt was with me, I read that such a device with controlled radioactivity freed an energy which will leave devastation to be compared only to Arizona and Siberia with Baikal after the impact of meteorites. That’s every form of life, not only human, but also the animal and plants would be completely extinguished for hundreds of years in a radius of 40 kms. This would be the Apocalypse. And how should one preserve such a secret for one self? Impossible! No! No land, no group of civilized people can consciously take over such a responsibility.”
The Germans had many great soldiers but the allies had some formidable ones too. One of the very best was General George Patton, perhaps the most competent English speaking general since America’s Civil War. He hated his Zionist masters with a passion and had no compunctions about telling them so every chance he got.
General Patton was well on his way towards driving his victorious third army like a spear into the heart of Berlin and taking the prize citadel well before the brutish Zhukov. Suddenly he just veered off into Thuringia at breakneck speed, ignoring the Jalta agreement and ignoring the normal provision of flank cover.
No plausible explanation was ever given except perhaps that the Americans were ceding Berlin to the Russians. Not a very likely explanation either, considering the Americans would fight a proxy war with the Russians over a barren peninsula in Asia five years later.
General Patton was leaving the burned out city of Berlin to Stalin. Arrangements had already been made for von Ardenne to go to the Soviet Union. The west would take the Skoda Works at Pilsen; the very heart of the darkness. A mystic himself, General Patton would have appreciated what he found there far more than his Zionist masters who were hopelessly ensnared in the world of the living.
National Socialism was not a political movement but rather a new religion whose tenets were an unimaginable technology, a technology that would make men into Gods.
Patton told the warriors of empire in public that they had fought on the wrong side, that they should turn the Germans right back around, resupply them and fight the human devil commissars and their barbaric hordes of Bolshevism side by side in a war of annihilation, a final battle for the collective soul of man. But they could not heed his call to arms for their enemy was already amongst them. General Patton would not live out the year. He had signed his own death warrant.
The Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (OKW, High Command) and Luftwaffe war diaries and all copies of them for the period March 1945 have disappeared and are suspected to be in American keeping.
On April 17, 1945, the United States Atomic Energy Commission inspected various underground workings at Ohrdruf, and removed technical equipment before dynamiting surface entrances.
The US authorities have classified all 1945 documents relating to Ohrdruf for a minimum period of 100 years.
In a 1902 lecture in front of Kaiser Wilhelm II, Friedrich Delitzsch maintained that many Old Testament writings were borrowed from ancient Babylonian tales, including the stories of the Creation and Flood from the Book of Genesis. — Babel and Bible : two lectures delivered before the members of the Deutsche Orient-Gesellschaft in the presence of the German Emperor
Throw away your bibles and read the Vedas. That’s what Himmler did with Ahnenerbe.
|And we thought he was the top prize…|
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