You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.
You can only fix a problem if you can recognize it. You don’t necessarily have to understand it, it just has to be recognized, otherwise, we’ll just continue to fight each other, just like they want us to do… Divide and conquer. They have done an excellent job at dividing us. The plan overall is genius… it’s sick and twisted, but it was very well executed. They know that they’re running out of time. That’s why everything seems to be happening all at once, and they’re being more vocal than they have in the past. That being said, let’s discuss this “New World Order.”
1921- Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) was formed. It was funded by Paul Warburg, Jacob Schiff and John D. Rockefeller.
Paul Warburg was the Director of the Council in Foreign Relations from 1921-1926. He is also the architect of the Federal Reserve system, and served as President of Federal Reserve’s Advisory Council from 1924-1926.
1923- The Paneuropean Union was founded, dedicated to the idea of a United European State. It was funded by The Warburg’s, The Rothschild’s and The Rockefeller’s .
The Rothschild’s shared a family home with the Schiff family in 1785.
Jacob Schiff’s daughter married Felix Warburg.
Felix Warburg’s daughter, Carola, married Walter Nathan Rothschild.
Jacob Schiff financed Rockefeller’s Standard Oil and Edward Harriman’s railroads.
1924- Averell Harriman and Fritz Thyssen set up “The Union Banking Corporation.”
Fritz Thyssen became Hitler’s Banker
Prescott Bush was the Managing Director. (Yes, this is father to Bush Sr.)
In the I.G. Farben Trial, which lasted from 1947 to 1948, 23 Directors were indicted for war crimes.
1925- Hitler published Mein Kampf. http://www.hitler.org/writings/Mein_Kampf/
1931- Brown Brothers & Co. merged with Harriman Brothers and Co. to form “Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.”; The oldest and largest private bank in the U.S.
3 of the initial partners were: Averell Harriman, Roland Harriman and Prescott Bush. (Yep, that’s twice now that name has come up.)
1932- Paul Warburg dies. He served on the Board of Directors for the American branch of I.G. Farben.
1933- Max Warburg joins the Board of the German Reichsbank and the Hamburg-American Line. He was also on the board of I.G. Farben.
Brown Brother’s Harriman
The Union Banking Corporation
The Hamburg-American Line
Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company
These companies were all supplying the Nazi’s with funds and raw materials for profit.
1933- General Smedley Butler exposes a fascist plot to overthrow the United States government.
1934- The McCormack-Dickstein Committee investigates the plot. Despite their lack of proper investigation, in the final report, on February 15, 1935, they declared that the fascist plot was truth.
1935- The Hamburg-American Line, managed by Prescott Bush (yep, him again!) took US reporters to Germany to write articles about Hitler that would make him look good. He was also transporting Nazi’s to the United States.
Some food for thought, about Prescott Bush, from John Buchanan:
“Some very shocking documents that I saw at the library of Congress … had to do with the hearings of the MacCormick-Dickstein Committee of Nov 1934, show that Prescott Bush and the Dupont Family, the Remington Family, and JP Morgan tried to overthrow the US Government and assassinate FDR and put a Hitler-style Fascist state in place. I have in my possession testimony from the MacCormick-Dickstein Committee in Nov of 1934 by one of the fascist plotters that they were going to follow Hitler’s model exactly and impose martial law on the United States, round up unemployed people that were worthless to the economy and troublemakers and Jews and put them into internment camps and their plan was if necessary to exterminate the people that could not be part of the effort.”
1939- Hitler invades Czechoslovakia and demands the Czech gold, which was being held by the Bank of England under an agreement with the Bank of International Settlements.
Governor of the Bank of England and partner at the Bank of International Settlements, Montagu Norman, votes to transfer the gold to the German Reichsbank. When Parliament questions his vote, they find that he had been a partner of Brown, Shipley and Co., a bank formed with the Brown Brothers, and his father was a Director of Brown, Shipley and Co.
1941- July, 31- An investigation into the Union Banking Corporation and The Hamburg-American Line, as well as numerous subsidiaries of the I.G. Farber/Standard Oil/United Bank Corporation Cartel, began when Fritz Thyssen, Hitler’s banker, was linked to the Union Banking Corporation.
1942- October- A seizure of assets, a “Vesting Order” began for the Hamburg-American Line.
1942- “The European Economic Community” was held at the University of Berlin. One of the pamphlets stated: “We have studied the three fundamental changes, which have prevented the formation of an economic area in Europe since the start of modern times and have led Europe away from the aim of a true economic community. Only from this historical background is it possible to appreciate the significance of the economic new order of Europe, which has taken place over the last few years at almost breathtaking pace.” (Pamphlet2 “Europe’s Economic New Order: The Present Tasks”)
1944- August- A secret Nazi plan to gain economic and political control over Europe, should they lost the war, was discovered by Allied forces. The plan included the Hamburg-American Line due to its effectiveness in protecting German interests abroad.
1945- November- A report of the investigation conducted of I.G. Farben was released. This report concluded that:
Farben made Germany self-sufficient in critical raw materials.
Farben production was indispensible to the German war effort.
Farben was a Nazi agency for world-wide military and economic espionage.
Farben was spearhead of the Nazi psychological and economic warfare programs.
Farben was Germany’s greatest single source of foreign exchange.
Farben had a dream of world conquest.
Some excerpts from the report:
“I. G. has been an extremely profitable concern. Even during the “great depression” it did not lose money. As its sales increased in the rearmament and war period, so did its profits.”
“I. G. Farben continued to hold, even in wartime, valuable inventories of high value products, notably dyestuffs and pharmaceuticals, in the warehouses of subsidiaries and dealers in all quarters of the globe. And one of the company’s most valuable foreign assets was intangible, resting in long-established trading connections and in the reputation of products bearing the trade name “Bayer”, “Agfa” or “Indanthren”.”
“The problem of determining the amount and location of I. G.’s external assets is complicated by the firm’s long-standing habit of camouflaging or cloaking its foreign subsidiaries as independent national companies having no apparent legal tie to the parent concern.”
“The Nazi party did not always understand Farben’s cloaking policy, considering it somewhat unpatriotic not to flaunt German proprietorship. Only after I. G. proved to the government’s satisfaction that decloaking would result in “most severe economic damage” and “have a detrimental effect on the Germany economy,” did the German government abstain from its protests. (16) In 1940, however, when an early German victory was anticipated, I. G. began to reexamine the entire question of camouflage in the light of a German conquest of Europe and Great Britain. The necessity for cloaking would disappear in countries occupied by the Reich, especially if I. G.’s proposals in regard to corporation tax policy were adopted in those conquered countries.(17) A policy of decloaking I. G. holdings in certain countries was therefore envisaged for the period following the peace treaties. It was clearly indicated however, that in many countries, such as the United States, camouflage of company interests would have to be retained.”
“A compelling example of the special services performed by I. G. for the German armed forces in the production of weapons of war is the case of poison gases. (38) In 1938 the German Government dissatisfied with the progress made in the development and production of poison gases, called upon Farben to handle the problem. New I. G. plants for the production of these gases swung into operation and eventually, as indicated above, I. G. achieved 95 per cent of the total production of poison gases. (39) By order of the German Government many of these plants were completely destroyed before the occupation by the Russians; and all “fore and end products” were destroyed. But at least one of these terrible secrets which the Germans hoped to save for the next was has been uncovered.”
“I. G. originally carried out its poison gas experiments on monkeys; later on human beings. For the latter purpose, inmates of concentration camps were selected, and I. G. Farben officials, concerned only with creating weapons capable of assuring German world conquest, were unmoved by this use of human guinea pigs. Dr. ter Meer justified the experiment not only on the grounds that the inmates of concentration camps would have been killed anyway by the Nazis, but also on the ground that the experiments had a humanitarian aspect in that the lives of countless workers were saved thereby. Needless to say, these gases were not only used on helpless people during the stage of experimentation, but were later used to exterminate whole groups in concentration camps such as Auschwitz. Dr. von Schnitzler said:
“At that time [April 1945] I was still under the impression that I. G. as a firm was only indirectly connected with the fabrication of that gas in so far as we had put chemists at the disposition of the Reich and supplied the intermediates. Later on by Major Tilly I heard that Anorgana which ran the plant was 100% I. G. and that the whole fabrication practically was an affair of I. G. He told me furthermore that these gases had been used by the Nazi authorities as a tentative in Auschwitz concentration camp.”
“’Q. And was the purpose of the chemical industry the same as that for the other industrialists and financiers?
“A. Yes. The foremost purpose of the Nazi Government and I. G. and all other industrialists was to keep the Wehrmacht all powerful vis-a-vis all other countries including the U. S. A.’”
“An outstanding example of the manner in which Farben executed this policy of keeping “the Wehrmacht all powerful vis-avis all other countries including the U.S.A.” was its successful effort, by means of cartel agreements with Standard Oil, to delay the development and use of buna rubber in the United States until at least 1940 while at the same time producing sufficient buna in Germany to make the German army and German industry independent of rubber imports. This investigation has fully confirmed the detailed description, heretofore made public by the Department of Justice, of this transaction which so seriously imperiled the war preparations of the United States. The story in short is that under the socalled Jasco agreement, synthetic rubber was to come under Farben’s “sphere of influence.” (3) Standard was determined, however, to have an absolute monopoly of synthetic rubber developments in the United States, if and when Farben released the American rights to the process to Standard in accordance with the Jasco agreement. Accordingly, Standard fully accomplished I. G.’s purpose of preventing United States production by dissuading American rubber companies from undertaking independent research in developing synthetic rubber processes. This Standard accomplished by falsely creating the impression that it had already received the buna process from Farben and was attempting to work out a scheme for licensing the process to the American rubber companies.”
“I. G. exploited its cartel connections with American firms not only to obtain these important processes, but also to obtain certain critical materials themselves. Because of its relations with Standard Oil of New Jersey, I. G. acted as agent of the German Government in contracting for 20 million dollars worth of high-grade aviation gasoline and lubricants.”
“It is hereby understood that in no case will men be sent to our foreign companies who do not belong to the German Labor Front and who do not possess a positive attitude towards the New Order. The men who are to be sent should make it their special duty to represent National Socialistic Germanhood.”
“An indication of the use made of the funds contributed to the “Press Committees” by I. G. and other German firms in Latin America is provided by the “Aufklärungs-Ausschuss”, the overseas propaganda department maintained by the German Government referred to above. The function of this department was to obtain coverage for propaganda articles in newspapers throughout Latin America. A series of articles placed in the Argentine press during the period from February 1, 1938 to March 31, 1939 had as their theme “Struggle Against the United States in Latin America.” Three hundred eightyone of these articles, together with the papers in which they appeared and the dates of their publication, were sent by the “Aufklärungs-Ausschuss” to I. G. in August, 1939.
In the covering letter to this list I. G. was informed:
“The large list presents in the first part a glance of the published articles against the United States in the newspapers of Buenos Aires, while the second part includes similar articles in the Argentine provinces.’”
“Again, in the case of Austria, I. G. took over the strategically situated Skoda Wetzler Works from the Creditanstalt, knowing well that the transaction was made possible by the Nazi government’s confiscation of the Rothschild group’s controlling interest in the bank. These acquisitions formed the foundations of vast new industrial developments, all contributing to the strength of the Nazi war machine.”
“The short range objective of these plans was immediate and substantial production for the Wehrmacht. The second more important objective envisaged the ultimate incorporation of the chemical industry of Europe, including the British Empire, within the framework of Hitler’s New Order, and the resulting exclusion of the U. S. A. from European trade. The third objective of the plan was to utilize the power of the resulting combination to combat and conquer the competition which might be expected from the U. S. A. elsewhere. Finally, Farben was preparing to utilize again its vaunted economic warfare weapons, cartels, capital investments and know-how, in anticipation of a possible conflict between Germany and the U. S.”
“Farben linked the entire success of its Neuordnung to the outcome of its struggle with the U.S.
“The principal weight of the discussion bearing on a new arrangement of the world market will rest on the relationship with the North American concerns.”
With covetous eyes, Farben emphasized the Pan-Americanism had been strengthened by the war and that this would hamper the Neuordnung program.
“The strengthening of Pan-Americanism will coincide with the effects of the fact that England will now completely lose her role as financier of the Latin American countries . . . and that the United States of America will take her place. . . . It will, therefore, depend on the degree of order or disorder of the European economic sphere and on the creation of a determined commercial policy, in how far and at what pace Europe, and more particularly Germany, will be able to rebuild, maintain and develop its position as a regular ‘trade partner’ in the Latin American Continent.” (12)
To achieve this, Farben relied upon the cloaked establishments it had established throughout Latin America which have been described elsewhere in this report as well as upon those U. S. firms which were prepared to do business with a Hitlerite concern parading under some other name.
I. G. also laid special emphasis on driving the United States from the European market. For example, in regard to nitrogen products it proposed:
“For the future it is desired that–in a manner similar to that proposed for other market–Germany be given priority for [the supply of] all additional requirements of nitrogen of any kind. This step shall be designed, in particular, to exclude or control North American imports. . . .” (13)
With respect to dental products a large part of which France had received form the U.S.A., German supplies were to be substituted. (14) Not only did I. G. intend to drive the U. S. A. and other free countries from the European markets, it also expected and prepared to compete strongly with the American industry for the remaining free markets of the world.
“Forced away from European business for reasons which were effective already prior to the war and which will become increasingly effective after the war, the Americans will do everything within their power to maintain and promote the development of their exports of chemicals. . . .” (15)
Farben saw in its Neuordnung the opportunity to maintain a strong Germany, thereby protecting the I. G. economic empire. According to von Schnitzler, I. G. aimed at:
“A strict control over the whole chemical industry of Europe that no new plants for military chemicals should be created and that the production of such chemicals in the existing factories should be supervised.” (16)
In anticipation of further Nazi aggressions, I. G. intended to keep the Wehrmacht supreme in chemical warfare weapons, therefore in its proposals for reorganization of the chemical facilities of Greater Europe and for its dealings with other countries I. G.’s foremost consideration was to satisfy the military requirements of the Nazi war machine. To achieve these purposes, I. G. would employ among other devices its well developed techniques of “cartels, capital participations and exchange of experiences.” It is expressed in the “New Order” plan as follows:
“This great economic sphere (Grossrauwirtschaft) has to consider at the same time the military requirements of Greater Germany. These requirements are to be considered not only with a view to supplying important goods for the armed forces but also to shaping existing and future combinations of interest between German dominated Europe and non-European countries which might affect the military potential of such countries in the chemical field in such a manner that the needs of
Greater Germany are duly taken into consideration at all times:
“It is intended to use cartels, capital participations and exchange of experience.”
Von Schnitzler pointed out the complete awareness of I. G. of the policies of the Nazi government and I. G. activities in accordance therewith. These policies were primarily aimed at the U. S. A. He states:
“It must be remembered that in preparing the ‘Neuordnung’ we were following the lines of the so-called ‘Gross-RaumPolitik’ laid down by the government. We were looking to the overwhelming downfall of France and eventual capitulation of England when we prepared the document. It must be remembered that we knew well the aims and policies of the government and we know that it was the intention of the government to improve its strength in relation to the countries outside of the European sphere. This meant, of course, the United States because outside of Europe the United States was the only strong country with which Germany had to reckon. Therefore, we wrote in the ‘Neurodnung’ that we intended to keep Germany as strong as possible militaristically in relation to the United States. We could accomplish this only by limiting the production of armaments in Latin America. We did not want in the event of an eventual conflict with the United States to permit Latin America to supply the USA with war materials. It should be remembered that I. G. had to follow the lines of the Nazi government.” (17)
Partially explaining the methods I. G. would use von Schnitzler wrote:
“It is obvious that the government’s first interest was a militaristic one. Therefore the main points in the “Neue Plan’ will have been: no licenses or know-how for such chemicals should be given to the chemical industry outside of Europe without before having asked I. G. of their opinion. This measure of course can be understood as being directed against the U. S. because U. S. remained apart from Russia the only country with a great economic potential in the outside world.”
A primary, but not all-inclusive working list of external assets owned or controlled directly or indirectly by I. G. Farben.
1. General Aniline & Film Corp., New York, N.Y.
2. Magnesium Development Corp., Wilmington, Del.
3. Jasco Incorporated, New York, N.Y.
4. Plaskon Co., Inc., Toledo, Ohio
5. American Magnesium Corp., Cleveland, Ohio
6. Chemnyco, Inc., New York, N.Y.
7. General Dyestuffs Corp., New York, N.Y.
1. Owned by American IG, the American arm of IG Farben. GAF supplied the Army and Navy with khaki and blue dye, respectively. This gave Schmitz’s sales agents the perfect cover for spying on US military bases. Also connected through General Aniline, was Agfa Ansco, a huge film corporation that provided the Army and Navy with private training films and photographs of secret installations. Every blueprint from Ozalid was sent to Berlin.
3. Jasco = the Joint American Study Company. IG Farben lodged its worldwide rights, outside of Germany, to numerous patents, including some on synthetic rubber. Each project that Jasco undertook was separate, and the company (IG Farben) would retain control of it, as well as a 5/8 financial interest.
1945- The CIA recruit former Nazi’s
Project Paperclip: Dark Side of the Moon
In August, 1945, President Truman authorized Project Paperclip, which was an operation which brought more than 700 Nazi scientists to the United States to use them for their intellectual resources and deny the Soviet Union the change to do the same.
He had ordered that anyone found to have been a member of the Nazi party couldn’t be part of the project. This would have excluded all of the most important scientists. All of the men were cleared to work for the US, their alleged crimes covered up.
1948- The CIA funds and promotes a European Union-
“The leaders of the European Movement – Retinger, the visionary Robert Schuman and the former Belgian prime minister Paul-Henri Spaak – were all treated as hired hands by their American sponsors. The US role was handled as a covert operation. ACUE’s funding came from the Ford and Rockefeller foundations as well as business groups with close ties to the US government.”
1949- The Charlemagne Prize reintroduced by Kurt Pfeiffer, a former Nazi. The Charlemagne Prize was conceived by the Nazi’s to honor individuals that promoted unity in Europe. It was viewed as a unifier of the German tribes. Some of it’s more recent recipients include: Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands (1996), Tony Blair (1999), and Bill Clinton (2000).
1954- Bilderberg Group is formed. A group of the most powerful men in the world who meet annually to discuss the future of the world.
1955- Leaked document from Bilderberg Group: The goal being to reach the highest possible denominator of mutual understanding between the countries of Western Europe and North America and so work for the removal of causes of friction.
An Extract from the document:
“V. European Unity
The discussion affirmed complete support for the idea of integration and unification from the representatives of all the six nations of the Coal and Steel Community present at the conference.
There are differing views as to the steps whiuch should be taken and the forms through which integration should be achieved, and some expressions by certain European participants of the view that in the economic field it might be better to proceed through the development of a common market by treaty rather than by the creation of new high authorities which would exercise jurisdiction over specific economic sectors.
A European speaker expressed concern about the need to achieve a common currency, and indicated that in his view this necessarily implied the creation of a central political authority. A participant, speaking as a German industrialist, said that having fought for integration before, German industry was still determined to pursue the same purpose.”
1957- Baron Robert Rothschild helped draft “The Treaty of Rome”, which was the foundation of the European Economic Community (EEC).
The Treaty of Rome:
1958- Walter Hallstein becomes the first president of the Commission of the European Economic Community. He was a former Nazi who worked for the Laiser Willhelm Institute in the 1920’s which received Rockerfeller funding.
1973- Otto Von Habsburg, former head of the Imperial House of Habsburg, became President of the Paneuropean Union.
1976- George H.W. Bush was appointed director of the CIA.
I know that is a lot of reading, and I am hoping that I didn’t lose anyone’s attention, as the whole purpose of this was to inform, not to put to sleep. I made sure there were plenty links so that everyone can have a jump start on their own research. I urge you all to DO your research. Question everything. Leave nothing unanswered, no stone unturned. You will either find the truth that you need to find, that we all need you to find because it’s necessary to our future and the future of our children and grandchildren, or you will turn a blind eye and a deaf ear and continue to be part of the problem. Take the time out of your busy schedules and do this, otherwise the injustice that we have done our future generations is going to be worse than what we have already created for them by allowing ourselves to be suckered and conditioned to be what we are today. I will fight with every last breath to make sure that my grandchildren will have the kind of world that they should have had, had we stood up for ourselves and our families and worried more about what was happening in our own homes, rather than what our neighbors and the rest of the world were doing.
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