A cursory look at the way the Second World War unfolded might make you think it was a cut and dried conflict between the Jews and their proxies of the USSR and the ZOGs in the West and the so-called Axis powers; especially since the Jews publicly declared war on Germany before the Germans got angry enough with the Jews to try to expel and wipe them out. But the end result was really what the big bucks made by the corporations that profited most from the conflict dictated; notwithstanding the fact that God was, of course, the ultimate arbitrator of the outcome on a moral and (hidden) spiritual line of things.
For quite apart from the blatant admission in their own protocols that the leading Jews and their acolytes engineer and orchestrate all major revolutions and wars to suit their evil agenda; it’s common knowledge that the Rothschild backed IBM corporation provided the Hollerith punch-card technology that was used to trace and process the “lesser Jews” that suffered the so-called Holocaust; and that Nathan Mayer Rothschild’s grandson, Adolf Jacob Hitler, somewhat appropriately wrote his propaganda of Mein Kampf on an IBM typewriter.
Then there was the Prescott Bush, Henry Ford, Brown Brothers Harriman, and Fritz Thyssen corporate intrigue; much of which was detailed in Antony Sutton’s Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler, which made the nobody Hitler look almost as much a Wall Street whore as the nobody, funded by everybody, Barack Obama is today.
In fact just the other day, over on the incogman’s blog, a comment by “Biker” provided a link to this article, that showed how corporate entities in Germany, like Ford and GM, greatly assisted the Nazi invasion of Poland and the Soviet Union, and how their facilities were spared by the Allies bombing Germany at the close of the war; just as the Henry Ford-Gorki plant would later provide the vehicles used by the commies against the US military in the Korean War.
No marvel then, that you get the leading Jews hypocritically watching some of their co-religionists head out on witch-hunts for the “evil Nazis” in exile after the war; while they, themselves, had earlier commissioned the US Secret Service to bring Nazi scientists to America, and give them safe haven there, so they could, themselves, cash in on their expertise in rocket science and the like, from that day to this.
Operation Paperclip was the Office of Strategic Services’ program to bring Nazi scientists from Germany to America, in the aftermath of World War 2; and it was executed by the Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency, within the context of the Soviet–American Cold War (1945–91). The operation’s purpose was ostensibly simply to provide Americans with leading edge ballistic missile technology; but it was really pre-eminently providing the Jews and their corporate buddies with the expertise needed in America to create a cash cow out of innovative armament manufacturing and space exploration, that has been making colossal dollars from that day to this.
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A large number of Nazi war criminals found a safe haven in the United States after World War II. US intelligence agencies, like the CIA, helped German scientists to the US to develop weapons according to The New York Times in a mission dubbed Operation Paperclip.
The objective of the operation was partly to prevent Nazi scientists from falling into the hands of the Soviet forces. The Americans were particularly interested in scientists specialising in aerodynamics, rocketry, medicine, chemical weapons and chemical reactions.
On Saturday, the newspaper has published an up to now secret 600-page report on the internet.
The Justice Department had resisted releasing the report for four years. It was only when the newspaper threatened to take the matter to court that the document was made available to New York Times reporters.
See here for Operation Paperclip and the NYT article.
Operation Paperclip was the codename under which the US intelligence and military services extricated scientists from Germany, during and after the final stages of World War II. The project was originally called Operation Overcast, and is sometimes also known as Project Paperclip.
Of particular interest were scientists specialising in aerodynamics and rocketry (such as those involved in the V-1 and V-2 projects), chemical weapons, chemical reaction technology and medicine. These scientists and their families were secretly brought to the United States, without State Department review and approval; their service for Hitler’s Third Reich, NSDAP and SS memberships as well as the classification of many as war criminals or security threats also disqualified them from officially obtaining visas.
An aim of the operation was capturing equipment before the Soviets came in. The US Army destroyed some of the German equipment to prevent it from being captured by the advancing Soviet Army.
The majority of the scientists, numbering almost 500, were deployed at White Sands Proving Ground, New Mexico, Fort Bliss, Texas and Huntsville, Alabama to work on guided missile and ballistic missile technology. This in turn led to the foundation of NASA and the US ICBM program.
Much of the information surrounding Operation Paperclip is still classified.
Separate from Paperclip was an even-more-secret effort to capture German nuclear secrets, equipment and personnel (Operation Alsos). Another American project (TICOM) gathered German experts in cryptography.
The United States Bureau of Mines employed seven German synthetic fuel scientists in a Fischer-Tropsch chemical plant in Louisiana, Missouri in 1946.
A secret history of the United States government’s Nazi-hunting operation concludes that American intelligence officials created a “safe haven” in the United States for Nazis and their collaborators after World War II, and it details decades of clashes, often hidden, with other nations over war criminals here and abroad.
The 600-page report, which the Justice Department has tried to keep secret for four years, provides new evidence about more than two dozen of the most notorious Nazi cases of the last three decades.
It describes the government’s posthumous pursuit of Dr. Josef Mengele, the so-called Angel of Death at Auschwitz, part of whose scalp was kept in a Justice Department official’s drawer; the vigilante killing of a former Waffen SS soldier in New Jersey; and the government’s mistaken identification of the Treblinka concentration camp guard known as Ivan the Terrible.
The report catalogs both the successes and failures of the band of lawyers, historians and investigators at the Justice Department’s Office of Special Investigations, which was created in 1979 to deport Nazis.
Perhaps the report’s most damning disclosures come in assessing the Central Intelligence Agency’s involvement with Nazi émigrés. Scholars and previous government reports had acknowledged the C.I.A.’s use of Nazis for postwar intelligence purposes. But this report goes further in documenting the level of American complicity and deception in such operations.
The Justice Department report, describing what it calls “the government’s collaboration with persecutors,” says that O.S.I investigators learned that some of the Nazis “were indeed knowingly granted entry” to the United States, even though government officials were aware of their pasts. “America, which prided itself on being a safe haven for the persecuted, became — in some small measure — a safe haven for persecutors as well,” it said.
The report also documents divisions within the government over the effort and the legal pitfalls in relying on testimony from Holocaust survivors that was decades old. The report also concluded that the number of Nazis who made it into the United States was almost certainly much smaller than 10,000, the figure widely cited by government officials.
The Justice Department has resisted making the report public since 2006. Under the threat of a lawsuit, it turned over a heavily redacted version last month to a private research group, the National Security Archive, but even then many of the most legally and diplomatically sensitive portions were omitted. A complete version was obtained by The New York Times.
The Justice Department said the report, the product of six years of work, was never formally completed and did not represent its official findings. It cited “numerous factual errors and omissions,” but declined to say what they were.
More than 300 Nazi persecutors have been deported, stripped of citizenship or blocked from entering the United States since the creation of the O.S.I., which was merged with another unit this year.
In chronicling the cases of Nazis who were aided by American intelligence officials, the report cites help that C.I.A. officials provided in 1954 to Otto Von Bolschwing, an associate of Adolph Eichmann who had helped develop the initial plans “to purge Germany of the Jews” and who later worked for the C.I.A. in the United States. In a chain of memos, C.I.A. officials debated what to do if Von Bolschwing were confronted about his past — whether to deny any Nazi affiliation or “explain it away on the basis of extenuating circumstances,” the report said.
The Justice Department, after learning of Von Bolschwing’s Nazi ties, sought to deport him in 1981. He died that year at age 72.
The report also examines the case of Arthur L. Rudolph, a Nazi scientist who ran the Mittelwerk munitions factory. He was brought to the United States in 1945 for his rocket-making expertise under Operation Paperclip, an American program that recruited scientists who had worked in Nazi Germany. (Rudolph has been honored by NASA and is credited as the father of the Saturn V rocket.)
The report cites a 1949 memo from the Justice Department’s No. 2 official urging immigration officers to let Rudolph back in the country after a stay in Mexico, saying that a failure to do so “would be to the detriment of the national interest.”
Justice Department investigators later found evidence that Rudolph was much more actively involved in exploiting slave laborers at Mittelwerk than he or American intelligence officials had acknowledged, the report says.
Some intelligence officials objected when the Justice Department sought to deport him in 1983, but the O.S.I. considered the deportation of someone of Rudolph’s prominence as an affirmation of “the depth of the government’s commitment to the Nazi prosecution program,” according to internal memos.
The Justice Department itself sometimes concealed what American officials knew about Nazis in this country, the report found.
In 1980, prosecutors filed a motion that “misstated the facts” in asserting that checks of C.I.A. and F.B.I. records revealed no information on the Nazi past of Tscherim Soobzokov, a former Waffen SS soldier. In fact, the report said, the Justice Department “knew that Soobzokov had advised the C.I.A. of his SS connection after he arrived in the United States.”
(After the case was dismissed, radical Jewish groups urged violence against Mr. Soobzokov, and he was killed in 1985 by a bomb at his home in Paterson, N.J. )
The secrecy surrounding the Justice Department’s handling of the report could pose a political dilemma for President Obama because of his pledge to run the most transparent administration in history. Mr. Obama chose the Justice Department to coordinate the opening of government records.
The Nazi-hunting report was the brainchild of Mark Richard, a senior Justice Department lawyer. In 1999, he persuaded Attorney General Janet Reno to begin a detailed look at what he saw as a critical piece of history, and he assigned a career prosecutor, Judith Feigin, to the job. After Mr. Richard edited the final version in 2006, he urged senior officials to make it public but was rebuffed, colleagues said.
When Mr. Richard became ill with cancer, he told a gathering of friends and family that the report’s publication was one of three things he hoped to see before he died, the colleagues said. He died in June 2009, and Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. spoke at his funeral.
“I spoke to him the week before he died, and he was still trying to get it released,” Ms. Feigin said. “It broke his heart.”
After Mr. Richard’s death, David Sobel, a Washington lawyer, and the National Security Archive sued for the report’s release under the Freedom of Information Act.
The Justice Department initially fought the lawsuit, but finally gave Mr. Sobel a partial copy — with more than 1,000 passages and references deleted based on exemptions for privacy and internal deliberations.
Laura Sweeney, a Justice Department spokeswoman, said the department is committed to transparency, and that redactions are made by experienced lawyers.
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