NO I.G. FARBEN NO HITLER
Hitler’s main source of economic power was from the I.G.Farben chemical cartel.
The I.G. Farben cartel was created by loans from Wall Street in what was called the Dawes plan. Carroll Quigley described the Dawes Plan as “largely a J.P. Morgan production.” The J.P. Morgan Group set up the loan to I.G.Farben, and administered by Paul Warburg and his brother Max Warburg which created Hitler.
Without the capital supplied by Wall Street, there would have been no I.G. Farben, no Hitler and probably no World War 11 under Adolph Hitler. Henry Ford merged his German assets with I.G. Farben in 1928. The cartel created the lethal Zyclon B gas that was used to exterminate Jews. It was also involved in the torture experimentations that led to mind control methods, such as Monarch Programming.
Germany was at a significant disadvantage if they were to embark on a second world war. The nation had a fuel shortage, I.G. Farben fixed this problem, So Germany was able to fight W.W.11 through the use of synthetic fuels that were created by the Hydrogenation process (turning coal into gasoline). This process was discovered by I.G. Farben. Hydrogenation technology was not fully developed by
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W.W.11. I.G. Farben made a deal with Rockefeller’s Standard Oil, who was able to complete the research, facilitating W.W.11. Surprisingly no I.G. Farben plants were targeted by Allied Bombing raids on Germany. By the end of the war the refineries had experienced only 15 % damage. The American Ambassador to Germany before W.W.11, William Dodd wrote to President Roosevelt: “At the present moment, more than a hundred American corporations have subsidiaries here or co-operative understandings, The Dupont’s have their allies in Germany that are aiding in the armament business. Their chief ally is the I.G. Farben Company….,, Standard Oil Company… sent $2,000,000 here in December, 1933 and has made $500,000 helping the Germans improve hydrogenation technology…, The International Harvester Company President, told me that their business here rose by 33% a year, but they could take nothing (earnings) out (except in goods). Even our airplanes people have secret arrangements with Krupps. General Motors Company (which was controlled by J.P. Morgan Group) and Ford do enormous business here through their subsidiaries and take no profits out”. Germany needed the capital of these and many more American companies in order to wage war. I.G. Farben had a holding company in the United States called American I.G. Farben. Paul Warburg, his brother Max (head of Germany’s Secret Service during W.W.1.), and Warburg agent Herman Metz were some of the members of the board of directors of the American I.G.Farben. Other directors included Rockefeller/International banking men Edsel Ford, Charles Mitchell and Walter Teagle. Three Germans on the board of Governors were convicted as war criminals after the war, but the elite Americans were not, even though they had participated in the same criminal decisions as those who were convicted. According to author Eustace Mullins, Hitler met with Allen Welch Dulles and John Foster Dulles in 1933. The Dulles brothers were acting as legal representatives of Schiff and Warburg’s Kuhn & Loeb Co, which was an integral part of the Rothschild network. Mullin’s claims Kuhn and Loeb had extended short term credits to Germany, and needed to ensure repayment of these loans. The Dulles assured Hitler he would receive the funds necessary to be installed as Chancellor of Germany, if he promised to repay the debts. One of the largest tank manufacturers for Germany was Opel, which was controlled by J.P.Morgan. Bendix Aviation, which supplied data to Germany on automatic pilots, aircraft instruments and aircraft and diesel engine starters was controlled by J. P. Morgan. I.G. Farben produced 84% of all Germany’s Bombs that were dropped during the Second World War. Professor Anthony C. Sutton in his book, “Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler” clearly points out that World War 11 was not only well planned, it was also extremely profitable-for a select group of financial insiders. Carefully tracing this secret through original documents and eyewitness accounts, Professor Sutton, documents the roles played by J.P. Morgan, T.W. Lamont, the Rockefeller interests, General Electric Company, Standard Oil, National City Bank, Chase and Manhattan banks, Kuhn, Loeb and Company, Union Banking Corporation of New York Director & Vice President Prescott Bush Father of George H. Bush and grand father of George W. Bush who worked with E,R. Harriman and W.A. Harriman and other business elitists to fund the rise of Hitler. The Second World War was created by the Illuminati, Rothschild, Morgan, Warburg and Schiff. “After the end of the war, the Tribunals that investigated Nazi war criminals censored any materials recording Western assistance to Hitler,” Anthony C. Sutton.
The Melbourne “Age,” of September 26, 1940, published the following article “The New York Daily News states that $10,000,000. dollars worth of war materials are going to Germany and Italy from the U.S. every month via Spain, Portugal, Cuba, Russia and Mexico. Department of Commerce figures show for example compared with the first seven months of last year’s shipments across the pacific to Russia and hence to Germany, were leaping up.”
The Melbourne “Argus” of March 7th, 1941 contained the following; “Germany’s funds in the United States now total $300,000,000. Dollars, according to official data on international finance made available today. These funds are said to be increasing faster than they can be spent….. These funds reliable sources affirm that Germany’s financial position is so favorable that some dollar assets for which Germany finds no use are being transferred to ……Japan.”

WAR IS A RACKET
Major General Smedley D, Butler U.S.M.C. winner of two Congressional Medals of Honor in his 1935 book “War is a racket”. The following is an excerpt from a speech delivered by Smedley Butler in 1933, at the launch of his book. “War is just a racket. There are only two things we should fight for one is the defense of our homes and the other is the Bill of Rights. War for any other reason is a racket. It may seem odd for me, a military man to adopt such a comparison. Truthfulness compels me to. I spent thirty three years and four months in active military service as a member of this county’s most agile military force, the Marine Corps. I served in all commissioned ranks from Second Lieutenant to Major General. And during that period, I spent most of my time being a high class muscle man for big business, Wall Street and for the Bankers. I suspected I was just part of a racket at the time. Now I am sure of it. Like all the members of the military profession, I never had a thought of my own until I left the service. My mental faculties remained suspended animation while I obeyed the orders of the higher ups, This is typical with everyone in the military service. I helped make Mexico safe for American oil interests in 1914. I helped make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for National City Bank boys. I helped in the raping of half a dozen Central American republics for the benefits of Wall Street. I helped purify Nicaragua for the international banking house of Brown Brothers in 1909-1912. I brought light to the Dominican Republic for American sugar interest in 1916. In China I helped to see to it that Standard Oil went on its way unmolested. During those years, I had, as the boys in the back room would say, a swell racket. Looking back on it, I feel that I could have given Al Capone a few hints. The best he could do was to operate his racket in three districts. I operated on three continents. And yes, “war is a racket”! It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives. A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small “inside” group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at the expense of the very many. Out of war a few people make huge fortunes. In World War One a mere handful garnered the profits of the conflict. At least 21,000 new millionaires and billionaires were made in the United States during the war. That many admitted their huge blood gains in their income tax returns. How many other war millionaires falsified their tax returns no one knows.”
On Tuesday 26th, November, 1963 the day after President Kennedy was buried.
President Lyndon Johnson signed National Security Action Memorandum number 273. That document gave the C.I.A. the green light to begin covert operations again in the Gulf of Tonkin and in that the acceleration of the Vietnam War. And set in motion the biggest Industry in the United States even to this day, (WAR)
NATIONAL SUICIDE Military Aid to the Soviet Union. Anthony C. Sutton.
About 80% of the armaments and supplies for the Vietnamese War came from the Soviet Union, and a key part of President Nixon’s policy was the transfer of technology to the USSR. Soviet military aid has of course been fundamental for the North Viets. In September 1967 the institute for Strategic Studies in London reported that the Soviets had sent large numbers of MiG-17 and Mig21 fighters, Ilyushin-28 light bombers, transport aircraft, helicopters, 6,000 antiaircraft guns (one half radar controlled), surface-to-air (guideline) missiles, 200-250 missile launchers, several thousand air defense machine guns, and a training mission of about one thousand men to North Vietnam. This was confirmed in April 1967 in testimony of Former Assistant Secretary of Defense John T. McNaughton to the effect that the Soviets had supplied the “sophisticated equipment in the field of anti-aircraft defense.” The loss of 915 U.S. planes over North Vietnam between February 1965 (the date of the first U.S. air operations over North Vietnam) and the bombing halt of November 1st 1968 testifies to the accuracy and the utility of the Soviet equipment. After President Nixon took office in January 1969 and expanded technical transfers, losses mounted, rising to a total of more than 4,000 U.S.
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aircraft by the end of 1972. In 1972, a full scale invasion was launched with various kinds of heavy equipment they had not previously used. The tanks, guns, and trucks came from the Soviet Union— and were produced in plants erected and equipped by American and European companies. The T-54 tank was used in force in early 1972. The T-54 has a modified Christie-type suspension. The GAZ trucks on the Ho Chi Minh trail came from the Ford-built Gorki plant. The ZIL trucks on the Ho Chi Minh trail came from the Brandt-built plant. Both plants were equipped with new American machinery while the Vietnamese War was in progress. The amphibious PT-76 tank is manufactured at Volgograd—in a factory built by eighty U.S. firms. This was called “peaceful trade” as the material presented in this book will show, the “arsenal for revolution” was built by Western firms and has been kept in operation with “peaceful trade”. Both the Johnson and Nixon administrations irrationally and illogically chose to expand trade to Soviet Russia. The more Hanoi stoked up the war, the more Soviet Russia received from the United States. American Policy wittingly or unwittingly—was guaranteed not only to maintain the Vietnam War but to expand it, increase our losses, and compound the problem of preserving South Vietnam. The guns, the ammunition, the weapons, the transportation systems that killed Americans in Vietnam came from the American-subsidized economy of the Soviet Union. The trucks that carried these weapons down the Ho Chi Minh trail came from American-Built plants. The ships that carried the supplies to Sihanoukville and Haiphong came from NATO allies and used propulsion systems that the American State Department could have kept out of Soviet hands –indeed , the Export Control Act and the Battle Act, ignored by the State Department, required exactly such action. The only other route for these supplies was by rail across Siberia and China. But Soviet locomotives and railroad operating equipment have also been traced to U.S. and European origins. Between 1961 and 1964 the American casualty toll was 267 killed 783 wounded. Then in 1965 President Johnson stepped up the flow of technology to the Soviets they in turn stepped up the flow of supplies to North Vietnam and the American toll mounted rapidly- 1965—1,369 killed, 3,308 wounded. 1966—5,008 killed, 16,526 wounded. 1967—9,378 killed, 32,371 wounded. 1968—14,592 killed, 46,799 wounded. After President Nixon took office in 1969 the toll was as follows 1969—9,414 killed, 32,940 wounded. 1970—4,221 killed, 15,211 wounded. 1971—1,380 killed, 4,767 wounded. 1972—300 killed, 587 wounded.
Anthony C. Sutton dedicated this book to the 35million individuals killed by Soviet statism between 1917 and 1972.
Lysander Spooner, No Treason (Boston, 1870)
This business of lending blood money is one of the most thoroughly sordid, cold blooded, and criminal that was ever carried on, to any considerable extent, amongst human beings. It is like lending money to slave traders, or to common robbers and pirates, to be repaid out of their plunder. And the men who loan money to governments, so called, for the purpose of enabling the latter to rob, enslave and murder their people, are among the greatest villains that the world has ever seen.

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