Tuesday, September 29, 2015

A Prince Too Far

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Chameleon: Prince Bern­hard in Allied Uniform
Pop con­spir­acy the­ory has focused on the Bilder­berg Group in recent years, mis­tak­enly iden­ti­fy­ing this impor­tant ele­ment of the power elite as com­pris­ing a “Mas­ters of the Uni­verse” entity, sub­sum­ing all other con­sid­er­a­tions and ele­ments beneath its mantle.

Analy­sis of the Bilder­berg­ers fails to include the deep his­tor­i­cal and eco­nomic foun­da­tion under­ly­ing their cre­ation. In par­tic­u­lar, the pop con­spir­acy crowd does not deal in depth with the back­ground of Prince Bern­hard, the founder of the group (named, not inci­den­tally, after the hotel out­side of Arn­hem, Hol­land, in which the group first met and formed. The Bat­tle of Arn­hem in Sep­tem­ber of 1944 and Prince Bernhard’s prob­a­ble role as “the Trai­tor of Arn­hem” are dis­cussed below.)

In turn, Prince Bern­hard can­not be under­stood absent analy­sis of his back­ground and the aris­to­cratic, polit­i­cal and eco­nomic legacy he has left behind. In addi­tion to the record of his ser­vice in the SS and an I.G. Far­ben espi­onage office, the avail­able evi­dence sug­gests strongly that Bern­hard was a dou­ble agent for the Axis.

Fur­ther­more, the record of his fam­ily through the decades is sug­ges­tive of involve­ment with the Under­ground Reich and the Bor­mann cap­i­tal network.  (more...)

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