Jim Marrs gehört spätestens seit seinem Buch “Crossfire” welches u.a. auch als Vorlage für den Oliver Stone Film “JFK – Tatort Dallas” zum Kennedy Mord diente – zu den bekanntesten Autoren im Bereich Alternativer Ansichten und Medien in de USA. Der Texaner hat eine Reihe von Büchern verfasst wovon davon leider bislang kaum etwas ins Deutsche übersetzt wurde. Eines seiner besten Bücher ist mit Sicherheit auch “The Rise of the Fourth Reich”
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ADOLF HITLER’S THIRD REICH ENDED IN BERLIN ON APRIL 30, 1945.
under reverberated from a storm of Russian artillery that was bom- barding the ruined capital. e day before, along with the incoming shells, came particularly bad news for the fuehrer, who by this late date in World War II was conned to his underground bunker beneath the Reich chan- cellery. Hitler had learned that two days earlier his Axis partner, Italy’s Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini, had been captured by paramilitary Ital- ian resistance ghters. Mussolini and his mistress, Clara Petacci, were ex- ecuted and their bodies were lehanging from lampposts in a Milan piazza. is news was especially worrisome to Hitler because only hours earlier he had married Eva Braun in a small civil ceremony inside the Fuehrerbunker.
Hitler had previously vowed never to be captured alive, and reiterated to his entourage that neither he nor his new bride would be made a “spec- tacle, presented by the Jews, to divert their hysterical masses.” He made obvious preparations for the end of his reign. He handed out poison cap- sules to his remaining female secretaries and had Blondi, his favorite Alsa- tian dog, poisoned. Two other household dogs were shot.
Dictating a last will, he stated, “I myself and my wife—in order to
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escape the disgrace of deposition or capitulation—choose death.” He or- dered that their bodies be burned immediately. But Hitler, decorated World War I soldier and hardened political ghter, made it clear that he and his philosophies would not leave the world stage quietly. He added, “From the sacri ce of our soldiers and from my own unity with them unto death will in any case spring up in the history of Germany the seed of a radiant renaissance of the National Socialist movement and thus of the realization of a true community of nations.”
Hitler then passed along a line of his entourage, mostly women, and shook their hands while mumbling inaudibly. Frau Traudl Junge, one of the secretaries present, recalled that Hitler’s eyes “seemed to be looking far away, beyond the walls of the bunker.”
At about three P.M. on April 30, members of Hitler’s entourage heard a single shot from their leader’s quarters. Some time later, Hitler’s valet, SS Sturmbannfuehrer Heinz Linge, and an orderly emerged with a blanket-covered body. Martin Bormann, Hitler’s private secretary, head of the Nazi Party and the most powerful man in the Reich a er Hitler, followed with the body of a woman. e corpses were carried up to a gar- den area, placed in a shell crater, and burned with gasoline. However, these remains were never found, reportedly due to the constant shelling.
By evening, a Soviet ag was ying atop the Reichstag. It appeared that Hitler and his ird Reich were nished.
THE ESCAPE OF ADOLF HITLER
It was well known and publicly reported that Hitler o en made use of doubles, men who closely resembled him, for use at certain public presen- tations. Pauline Koehler, a maid at Hitler’s Berghof in Berchtesgaden, in- sisted that she knew of at least three men who doubled for Hitler.
Did Hitler make use of one nal double in the bunker? A er all, the few persons who testi ed that he was dead were ardent Nazis who were ea- ger to please their captors—whether Russian, British, or American—with accounts of the leader’s death. Was the strange execution of Eva Braun’s brother-in-law, Hermann Fegelein, due to his knowledge of Hitler’s escape
plan with the use of a double? Fegelein had le the bunker but protested when captured by an SS search party that he planned to return. He was later shot by a ring squad in the chancellery garden for desertion. Yet, days earlier, Hitler had urged others in the bunker to ee. “Get out! Get out!” he cried. “Go to South Germany. I’ll stay here. It is all over anyhow.” Why make Fegelein the exception?
Evidence that Fegelein was privy to secret knowledge comes from Kris- tina Reiman, an actress who met with Fegelein in Berlin on April 27. She told author Glenn B. In eld, “He was very worried. We had several drinks together and he kept repeating that there were two Hitlers in Berlin. . . . I thought he was drunk. Just before he le me, however, he said that if the fuehrer ever discovered that he, Fegelein, knew his secret, Hitler would kill him.”
To fake Hitler’s death would have been simple. A Hitler double could have been secreted into the bunker any time prior to his reported suicide. A er Hitler got Eva to take poison—or a dead duplicate Eva brought in—the double, dressed in the fuehrer’s clothing, could have been shot, a poison capsule placed in his mouth, and le to be covered by Bormann and retrieved by the unsuspecting valet Linge.
Hitler could have then passed from the study through his living quar- ters to a small conference room containing a stairway to the garden above. Hitler had instructed Linge to wait “at least ten minutes before entering the room.” While Linge and others from the entourage waited in the hall- way outside Hitler’s study, the fuehrer’s party and an armed SS escort could have made their way to a secluded spot to await darkness.
Under the cover of night, Hitler could have moved along Hermann Goering Strasse, then cut across the Tiergarten to the Zoo Station near Adolf Hitler Platz. From there, they could have followed the rail lines to the Reichssportfeld and crossed the Scharndorfestrasse to the Piechelsdorf Bridge, a short walk to the Havel River, where a Ju-52 oatplane would have been waiting to y the fuehrer out.
Indeed a Ju-52 pontoon plane had landed on the Havel the previous night, at the radioed request of someone in the Fuehrerbunker. It took o that same night. Author In eld has suspected this was a practice run for the following night.
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Once away from Berlin, an airplane could have taken Hitler almost anywhere in territory not under direct control of the Allies—Switzerland, Spain, or any number of other friendly locations.
But did this happen?
Conventional history says that Hitler and Eva Braun committed sui- cide in the bunker—end of story, despite tantalizing tidbits of infor- mation that have surfaced since the war. On July 17, 1945, during the Potsdam Conference, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin reportedly told U.S. president Harry S. Truman that Hitler did not commit suicide but prob- ably escaped. Years later, the Russians produced photos purporting to be of Hitler’s dead body, which contradicted their earlier accounts that the bodies of Hitler and his mistress had been immediately burned.
Today, while Hitler’s fate may be intriguing and undoubtedly will be argued for years, it is immaterial, a moot point. What is certain is that Hitler’s legacy—National Socialism—lives on.
THE HISTORY OF how the Nazis, armed with advanced technology and the greatest hoard of treasure in history, were able to escape justice at the end of World War II is perhaps the greatest untold story of the twentieth century.
From the days of Lyndon B. Johnson to those of George W. Bush, there has been talk of “Amerika” turning “fascist.” Most people, this author in- cluded, dismissed this as radical rhetoric. Unfortunately, as shall be seen, this might not be so far from the truth.
e Germans were defeated in World War II . . . but not the Nazis. ey were simply forced to move. ey scattered to the four corners of the world. Many of them came to the United States and penetrated what President Dwight D. Eisenhower termed “the military-industrial com- plex.”
ey escaped with the loot of Europe as well as rocket science and even more exotic technologies. Some of this technology was so advanced that it remains classied in U.S. government les even today.
Both Nazi science and ideology were brought to America in the a er-
math of World War II with the aid and assistance of the very same self- styled globalists who created National Socialism in the rst place. eir agenda matches that of the old Bavarian Illuminati, who were long thought to have perished soon a er the time of George Washington. But if the order died, its credo lives on—power and control through wealth by any means possible. From the seeds of Nazism planted in America during the Cold War sprang a whole new nation, one that today has become the greatest superpower in history but has also incurred a growing hatred among the nations of the world as well as alienation and dissension among its own citizens.
At the beginning of the third millennium a er Christ, by most criteria, the once-free constitutional republic of the United States had become a National Socialist nation, an empire of the creators of the ird Reich—a Fourth Reich. If this assessment seems harsh and unbelievable, read on. Be advised that this work has no political conviction to advocate, no conspir- acy theory to press, and no hidden agenda. It is a collection of supportable facts that leads to certain conclusions, uncomfortable and unconventional as they may be.
But rst, one must understand the de nition of the terms under con- sideration.
A DEFINITION OF TERMS
Everyone has heard of Hitler’s ird Reich, but what were the First and Second Reichs?
e First Reich is known as the Holy Roman Empire, although it was neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire. It was founded by the Frankish king Charles I, called Charlemagne or Charles the Great, who was crowned emperor in 800 A.D. by Pope Leo III aer conquering and annexing most of Europe, including Germany, Switzerland, Austria, the Low Countries, and parts of France, Italy, and Czechoslovakia. is monarchial empire, modeled aer the Roman Empire and ruled by kaisers, or caesars, existed until 1806, when Napoleon marched his troops into Berlin.
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e Second Reich was created by Prince Otto von Bismarck, who as premier of Prussia defeated Napoleon III in 1871 and became the “Iron Chancellor” over about three hundred independent states. Bismarck’s reich, toward the end headed by Kaiser Wilhelm II, lasted until 1918 and ended with the defeat of the Central Powers of Germany and Austria- Hungary in World War I.
With Adolf Hitler’s ascension to power in 1933, he proclaimed Greater Germany as the ird Reich, Reich being the German word for “empire.” Interestingly enough, when used with a lowercase “r,” the word reich means “rich” or “wealthy.” A Reich, therefore, could mean “an empire of the wealthy.”
e term “Nazi” stems from the acronym of “National Socialism.” is was derived by combining the rst syllable of “NAtional” and the second syllable of “soZIalist” in the name Nationalosozialistiche Deutsche Ar- beiterpartei, the National Socialist German Workers Party. is was the small radical political party Hitler built into a fascist system that threat- ened the entire world. Nazism is a philosophy. One recent dictionary de- nes a Nazi as a person “holding extreme racist or authoritarian views or behaving brutally” or anyone “belonging to any organization similar to the Nazis.”
One edition of the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Lan- guage de ned fascism as “a philosophy or system of government that advo- cates or exercises a dictatorship of the extreme right, typically through the merging of state and business leadership together with an ideology of bel- ligerent nationalism.” Always remember that a typical attribute of fascism is the merging of state and business leadership.
Italian dictator Benito Mussolini is credited with coining the word “fascism,” a name taken from his fascist Black Shirts called Fascisti. is term derived from the ancient Roman symbol of the fasces, a bundle of rods with a protruding axe blade. It was the symbol of central authority. Under fascism, the individual is subordinate to the state, usually headed by a single leader.
However, even Mussolini pointed out that “ e rst stage of fascism should more appropriately be called corporatism, because it is the merger
of state and corporate power.” For the remainder of this work, fascism will be de ned as the merger of state and corporate power.
In fascist Italy and Nazi Germany, the state gained control over the corporations. In modern America, corporations have gained control over the state.
e end result is the same.
Mussolini proclaimed, “ e maxim that society exists only for the well-being and freedom of the individuals composing it does not seem to be in conformity with nature’s plans. . . . If classical liberalism spells indi- vidualism, fascism spells government.”
And omas J. DiLorenzo, professor of economics at Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland, wrote, “[I]t is important to recognize that, as an economic system, fascism was widely accepted in the 1920s and 30s. e evil deeds of individual fascists were later condemned, but the practice of economic fascism never was.”
Party politics, slogans, and social issues are employed to distract the masses. e world’s elite deal in only one commodity—power. ey seek to gain and maintain the controlling power that comes from great wealth, usually gained through the monopoly of ownership over basic resources. Politics and social issues matter little to the globalist ruling elite, who move smoothly between corporate business and government service. e desire for wealth with its attendant power and control drives their activities. It is this unswerving attention to commerce and banking that lies behind nearly all modern world events. It is the basis for a “New World Order” mentioned by both Hitler and former president George H. W. Bush.
In twenty- rst-century America, many thoughtful persons have wit- nessed what appears to be a recycling of the events of pre–World War II Germany: the destruction of a prominent national structure; rushed emer- gency legislation; the rise of a secretive national security apparatus; at- tempts to register both rearms and people, coupled with preemptive wars of aggression propelled by fervent nationalism.
is may be simply a coincidence, some synchronistic cycle of history. But this also may be a covert plan being carried out by individuals follow- ing a denite agenda.
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COMMUNISM VERSUS NATIONAL SOCIALISM
As documented in Rule by Secrecy, the same nancial powers that built the United States into the world’s foremost superpower also created com- munism. A er an aborted revolution in 1905, thousands of Russian ac- tivists had been exiled, including the revolutionaries Leon Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin. A er years of attempts at reform, the czar was forced to abdicate on March 15, 1917, following riots in Saint-Petersburg believed by many to have been instigated by British agents.
In January 1917, Leon Trotsky, a fervent follower of Karl Marx, was living rent-free on Standard Oil property in Bayonne, New Jersey. He worked in New York City as a reporter for e New World, a communist newspaper. Trotsky had escaped Russia in 1905 and ed to France, from where he was expelled for his revolutionary behavior. “He soon discovered that there were wealthy Wall Street bankers who were willing to nance a revolution in Russia,” wrote journalist William T. Still.
One of these bankers was Jacob Schi , whose family had lived with the Rothschild family in Frankfurt, Germany. According to the New York Journal-American, “[I]t is estimated by Jacob’s grandson, John Schi , that the old man sank about $20 million for the nal triumph of Bolshevism in Russia.” Schi , a Rockefeller banker, had nanced the Japanese in the 1904–05 Russo-Japanese War for control of Manchuria, and had sent his emissary George Kennan to Russia to promote revolution against the czar.
Another was Senator Elihu Root, attorney for Federal Reserve cofounder Paul Warburg’s Kuhn, Loeb & Company. Root, an honorary president of the secretive Council on Foreign Relations and a former U.S. secretary of state, who moved smoothly between government positions and his law practice in New York City, contributed yet another $20 mil- lion, according to the congressional record of September 2, 1919.
Schi and Root were not alone. Arsene de Goulevitch, who was present during the early days of the Bolsheviks, later wrote, “In private interviews, I have been told that over 21 million rubles were spent by Lord [Alfred] Milner in nancing the Russian Revolution.” Milner, a German-born British statesman, was the primary force behind Cecil Rhodes’s Round Tables, a predecessor of the Council on Foreign Relations. e American
International Corporation (AIC), formed in 1915, also helped fund the Russian Revolution. AIC directors represented the interests of the Rocke- fellers, Rothschilds, Du Ponts, Kuhns, Loebs, Harrimans, and the Federal Reserve, as well as Federal Reserve cofounder Frank Vanderlip and George Herbert Walker, the maternal great-grandfather of President George W. Bush.
Trotsky le the United States by ship on March 27, 1917—just days before America entered the war—along with nearly three hundred revolu- tionaries and funds provided by Wall Street. Trotsky, whose real name was Lev Davidovich Bronstein, was being trailed by British agents who suspected him of working with German intelligence since his stay in pre- war Vienna. In a speech before leaving New York, Trotsky stated, “I am going back to Russia to overthrow the provisional government and stop the war with Germany.”
When the ship carrying Trotsky and his entourage stopped in Halifax, Nova Scotia, they and their funds were impounded by Canadian authori- ties, who rightly feared that a revolution in Russia might free German troops to ght their soldiers on the Western Front. But this well-grounded concern was overcome by President Woodrow Wilson’s alter ego, Colonel Edward Mandell House, who told the chief of the British Secret Service, Sir William Wiseman, that Wilson wanted Trotsky released. On April 21, 1917, less than a month a er the United States entered the war, the British Admiralty ordered the release of Trotsky, who, armed with an American passport authorized by Wilson, continued on his journey to Russia and history.
At this same time, Lenin also le exile. Aided by the Germans and ac- companied by about 150 trained revolutionaries, “[he] was put on the in- famous ‘sealed train’ in Switzerland along with at least $5 million,” according to Still. e train passed through Germany unhindered, as ar- ranged by German banker Max Warburg (the brother of Paul Warburg, who cofounded the Federal Reserve System and handled U.S. nancing during World War I) and the German High Command. Lenin, like Trot- sky, was labeled a German agent by the government of Alexandr Keren- sky, the second provisional government created following the czar’s abdication. By November 1917, Lenin and Trotsky, backed by Western
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funds, had instigated a successful revolt and seized the Russian govern- ment for the Bolsheviks.
But the communist grip on Russia was not secure. Internal strife be- tween the “reds” and the “whites” lasted until 1922 and cost some 28 mil- lion Russian lives, many times the war loss. Lenin died in 1924 from a series of strokes a er establishing the ird International, or Comintern, an organization formed to export communism worldwide. Trotsky ed Russia when Joseph Stalin took dictatorial control, and, in 1940, was murdered in Mexico by an agent of Stalin’s.
Some conspiracy authors have seen a dual purpose to the funding of the Bolsheviks. It is clear that revolutionaries like Lenin and Trotsky were being used to get Russia out of the war, to the bene t of Germany. And communism was being supported by the globalists to advance their plan of creating tension between the capitalist West and socialist East.
A. K. Chesterson, a right-wing British journalist and politician, who in 1933 joined Oswald Moseley’s British Union of Fascists, observed that to understand politics, one must make a study of power elites. “ ese elites, preferring to work in private, are rarely found posed for photographers, and their in uence on events has therefore to be deduced from what is known of the agencies they employ.” He once wrote in his magazine, Can- dour, “At times capitalism and communism would appear to be in con- ict, but this writer is con dent that their interests are in common and will eventually merge for one-world control.”
Because of the warring factions in post-revolution Russia, sending an of- cial delegation to Russia was problematic. erefore, American nanciers came in the form of the American Red Cross Mission. One head of this group was Raymond Robins, described as “the intermediary between the Bolsheviks and the American government” and “the only man whom Lenin was always willing to see and who even succeeded in imposing his own per- sonality on the unemotional Bolshevik leader.” Lenin apparently came to understand that he was being manipulated. “ e state does not function as we desired,” he once wrote. “A man is at the wheel and seems to lead it, but the car does not drive in the desired direction. It moves as another force wishes.” is other “force” was the globalists behind the birth of commu- nism itself, “monopoly nance capitalists,” as Lenin described them.
“One of the greatest myths of contemporary history is that the Bolshe- vik Revolution in Russia was a popular uprising of the downtrodden masses against the ruling class of the Czars,” wrote author G. Edward Gri n. “. . . however, the planning, the leadership, and especially the – nancing came entirely from outside Russia, mostly from nanciers in Ger- many, Britain, and the United States.”
e ight of the privileged elite from Russia in 1918 sent shockwaves through the capitals of Europe and America and prompted a backlash that lasted for decades. e cry “Workers of the world, unite!” struck fear into the capitalists of Western industry, banking, and commerce who were not in the know. is fear trickled through their political representa- tives, employees, and on into virtually every home.
Mysti ed conspiracy researchers were puzzled for years about why such high-level capitalists as the Morgans, Warburgs, Schi s, and Rockefellers could condone, much less support, an ideology that overtly threatened their position and wealth. Author Gary Allen explained, “In the Bolshe- vik Revolution we have some of the world’s richest and most powerful men nancing a movement which claims its very existence is based on the concept of stripping of their wealth men like the Rothschilds, Rockefel- lers, Schi s, Warburgs, Morgans, Harrimans and Milners. But obviously these men have no fear of international communism. It is only logical to assume that if they nanced it and do not fear it, it must be because they control it. Can there be any other explanation that makes sense?”
e manufactured animosity between the democracies of the West and the communism of the East produced continuous tension from 1918 through the end of the twentieth century. But it threatened to get out of hand. Some researchers believe that the threat of worldwide communist so- cialism caused these globalists to turn to German nationalists. ey funded the rise of National Socialism in Germany and saw an armed Greater Ger- many as a barrier to communism in Europe. National Socialism was a form of socialism almost indistinguishable from communism, only it was con- ned within national geographic boundaries. Under National Socialism, the globalists could pit the various nations against each other. But following Germany’s military successes in Poland, the Low Countries, and France, these globalists realized they faced the same problem they had with the
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communists. A total German victory would result in a worldwide National Socialist system unable to produce the tensions and con icts necessary for maximizing pro t and control. ey also may have feared that Stalin’s So- viet Union was about to launch an attack on Western Europe. Only Hitler’s Germany had the strength to prevent this.
At some point, the globalists determined that the Axis, a er blocking Russia’s invasion of Europe, should lose the war. ey also began drawing up plans for the survival and renewal of a new form of National Socialism, one not dependent on racism and ethnicity. Working with the same n- anciers and capitalists that had helped create German Nazism, these glo- balists began laying the foundation for a Fourth Reich.
Conspiracy researchers have long suspected that one element of this German in uence has been centered in the secretive Skull and Bones fra- ternity on the campus of Yale University. Known variously as Chapter 322, the Brotherhood of Death, the Order, or, more popularly, as Skull and Bones or simply Bones, the Order was brought from Germany to Yale in 1832 by General William Huntington Russell and Alphonso Ta .
(Russell’s cousin, Samuel Russell, was an integral part of the British-inspired Opium Wars in China. Ta , secretary of war in 1876 and U.S. attorney general and an ambassador to Russia, was the father of Wil- liam Howard Ta , the only person to serve as both president and chief justice of the United States. Another prominent Bones member was Averell Harriman, who has been described as “a man at the heart of the American ruling class,” and played a prominent role in the establishment of the new American empire.)
A pamphlet detailing an 1876 investigation of Skull and Bones head- quarters at Yale, known as “the Tomb” by a rival secret society, stated, “. . . its founder [Russell] was in Germany before Senior Year and formed a warm friendship with a leading member of a German society. He brought back with him to college authority to found a chapter here. us was Bones founded.”
e secret German society may have been none other than the mysteri- ous and infamous Illuminati. Ron Rosenbaum, a former Yale student and one of the few journalists to take a serious look at Skull and Bones, noted that the ocial skull-and-crossbones emblem of the Order was also the
o cial crest of the Illuminati. In an investigative piece for Esquire maga- zine, Rosenbaum wrote, “I do seem to have come across de nite, if skele- tal, links between the origins of Bones rituals and those of the notorious Bavarian Illuminists . . . [who] did have a real historical existence. . . . From 1776 to 1785 they were an esoteric secret society with the more mystical freethinking lodges of German Freemasonry.”
Other researchers agree that the Order is merely the Illuminati in dis- guise, since Masonic emblems, symbols, German slogans, even the layout of their initiation room, all are identical to those found in Masonic lodges in Germany associated with the Illuminati. e Tomb is decked out with engravings in German, such as “Ob Arm, Ob Reich, im Tode gleich”— “Whether poor or rich, all are equal in death.” According to U.S. News & World Report, one of the Bonesmen’s traditional songs is sung to the tune of “Deutschland Über Alles.”
e Bavarian Illuminati was formed on May 1, 1776, by Adam Weishaupt, a professor of canon law at Ingolstadt University of Bavaria, Germany. His Illuminati were opposed to what they saw as the tyranny of the Catholic Church and the national governments it supported. “Man is not bad,” Weishaupt wrote, “except as he is made so by arbitrary morality. He is bad because religion, the state, and bad examples pervert him. When at last rea- son becomes the religion of men, then will the problem be solved.”
Weishaupt also evoked a philosophy that has been used with terrible results down through the years by Hitler and many other tyrants. “Behold our secret. Remember that the end justi es the means,” he wrote, “and that the wise ought to take all the means to do good which the wicked take to do evil.” us, for the enlightened—or “illuminated”—any means to gain their ends is acceptable, whether this includes deceit, the , mur- der, or war.
e key to Illuminati control was secrecy. “e great strength of our Order lies in its concealment. Let it never appear in any place in its own name, but always covered by another name, and another occupation,” stated Weishaupt. He not only deceived the public, but he reminded his top leaders they should hide their true intentions from their own initiates by “speaking sometimes in one way, sometimes in another, so that one’s real purpose should remain impenetrable to one’s inferiors.”
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In 1777, Weishaupt rolled his brand of Illuminism into Freemasonry a er joining the Masonic Order’s Lodge eodore of Good Counsel in Munich. is lodge integrated with the Grand Orient Lodges, which, ac- cording to several researchers, were at the core of the Illuminati penetra- tion into Freemasonry. By 1783, the Bavarian government saw the Illuminati as a direct threat to the established order and outlawed the organization, which prompted many members to ee Germany, only spreading their philosophies farther.
Many researchers today believe the Illuminati still exists and that the order’s goals are nothing less than the abolition of all government, private property, inheritance, nationalism, the family unit, and organized reli- gion. is belief partially comes from the intriguing notion that the much-denounced Protocols of the Elders of Zion—used widely since its publication in 1864 to justify anti-Semitism—was actually an Illuminati document with Jewish elements added later for disinformation purposes. “Even though the Illuminati faded from public view, the monolithic ap- paratus set in motion by Weishaupt may still exist today,” commented author William T. Still. “Certainly, the goals and methods of operation still exist. Whether the name Illuminati still exists is really irrelevant.”
No one can doubt that socialism, whether Illuminati-inspired or not, has come to the United States, and socialism is the cornerstone of Nazi philosophy. Beginning with seemingly innocuous programs like Social Security and continuing through a myriad of government programs such as Medicare, farm subsidies, food stamps, and student entitlements, it seems that nearly every aspect of life today involves the centralized federal gov- ernment, which, since the attacks of 9/11, continues to draw ever more power unto itself. USA Today reported, “A sweeping expansion of social programs since 2000 has sparked a record increase in the number of Americans receiving federal government bene ts such as college aid, food stamps and health care. A USA Today analysis of 25 major government programs found that enrollment increased an average of 17% in the pro- grams from 2000 to 2005.”
Socialism has come to America because the National Socialists of the New World Order recognize that any social program requires central au- thority. And they know full well that with their immense wealth and
power, they can control any central authority. Over the years, they have masked this creep of socialism by distracting appeals to nationalism. Americans are constantly reminded that the United States is God’s gi to the world, the epitome of freedom and democracy. Patriotism has been used to fan the ames of nationalism among Americans. Today, anyone who criticizes foreign policy, overseas military interventions, or even ques- tions national policies opens themselves to charges of being unpatriotic.
It is possible that the United States is indeed becoming the Fourth Re- ich, the continuation of a philosophy of National Socialism thought to have been vanquished more than half a century ago. Such a concept may seem absurd to those who cannot see past the rose-colored spin, hype, and disinformation poured out daily by the corporate mass media, most of which is owned by the same families and corporations that supported the Nazis before World War II.
Many today describe what they see as “neo-Nazism,” the movement to revive National Socialism. But this is a misnomer. ere is nothing neo, or new, about this trend. National Socialism never died. e philosophies of fascism are alive and active in modern America. Unfortunately, younger generations cannot understand the nuances of di erences between fas- cism, corporate power, democracy, and a democratic republic.
While the USA helped defeat the Germans in World War II, we failed to defeat the Nazis. Many thousands of ranking Nazis came to the United States under a previously classi ed program called Project Paperclip. Many other Nazis and war criminals set up shop in a variety of other nations, and many traveled on passports issued by the Vatican. ey brought with them miraculous technology, such as the V-2 rockets, but they also brought with them Nazi ideology. is ideology, based on the Illuminati premise that the end justi es the means, includes unprovoked wars of aggression and curtailment of individual liberties, and has gained sway in “the land of the free and the home of the brave.”
Ranking Nazis, along with their young and fanatical protégés, used the loot of Europe to create corporate front companies in many countries, in- cluding Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Turkey, and Argentina. More than two hundred fronts were created just in Switzerland, that banking hub that con- tinued to handle Nazi money before, during, and a er the war. Utilizing
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the stolen wealth of Europe, which may have included the legendary trea- sure of Solomon, men with both Nazi backgrounds and Nazi mentality wormed their way into corporate America, slowly buying up and consoli- dating companies into giant multinational conglomerates. ey met little resistance from corporate leaders who had supported them in previous years and could not resist the temptation of obscene pro ts. Nor were they checked by others, who had grown fearful over the “communist threat.” In time, they all became partners in a new version of America.
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