Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Adolph Hitler: Agent of the Round Table

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The man who discovered Hitler and advanced his career in Germany was  Ernst Hanfstaengl, a German businessman with key links to the Round Table conspirators and the highest echelons of power in the US, right up to the office of the American president at the time.

The Round Table were a front for the Zionist aims of the Rothschild banking family, masked as seeking to advance “British” sovereignty. They were responsible for orchestrating World War I to free Palestine, from control of the Ottoman Empire, which was then granted by Round Table member and British Prime Minister Lord Balfour, in what is known as the Balfour Declaration, to Lord Rothschild.

Essential in this plot was the creation of Nazism, in order that its actions be presented as a vicious existential threat to the survival of the Jewish community, and to create the worldwide condemnation against anti-Semitism necessary to justify the creation and on-going support for the establishment of state of Israel after WWII.

Ernst Hanfstaengl, nicknamed "Putzi," was born in Munich, the son of a German art publisher and an American mother. His mother was Katharine Wilhelmina Heine, daughter of William Heine, a cousin of American Civil War Union Army general John Sedgwick. His godfather was Duke Ernst II of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, whose younger brother Prince Albert later became consort of Queen Victoria.

The Saxe-Coburg-Gotha family gained prominence in the nineteenth century through financial links with the Rothschilds. In 1787, following the disbanding of the Illuminati, its fugitive founder Adam Weishaupt was granted asylum in Gotha by Ernst II of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, the great grandfather of Ernst and Albert, and the first cousin of King George III of England. In 1783 Ernest became a member of the Illuminati.  (more...)

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Play it, Putzi
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