Friday, December 11, 2020

Kennedy and the Nazis


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Most American leaders throughout the cold war could only see the danger of international communism.

One exception may have been President John F. Kennedy, who warned of the dangers of unnecessary secrecy and secret societies such as Skull and Bones, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Bilderberg Group.

“The very word ‘secrecy’ is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths, and to secret proceedings,” Kennedy said in a 1961 address to the American Newspaper Publishers Association.

Kennedy was the first American president born in the twentieth century and was one of the best-educated, having graduated from Harvard cum laude.

The book that first made him a public figure was the best- seller Why England Slept, a treatise on prewar British-German diplomacy. This work showed clearly that Kennedy had a keen understanding not only of geopolitics but of the behind-the-scenes machinations of the globalists.

Interestingly enough, his political career may have come about because of his relationship with an alleged Nazi spy. Early in World War II, the FBI suspected Inga Arvad - a former Miss Denmark, who had attended the wedding of Germany’s Field Marshal Hermann Goering and met with Adolf Hitler - of being a Nazi spy.

After eavesdropping on her, agents determined that one of her visitors was Naval Ensign John F. Kennedy, then working for Naval Intelligence in Washington. After both the navy and his father had been alerted to the danger presented by Kennedy’s involvement with a suspected agent, young Kennedy was quickly transferred to the South Pacific. It was there that he led the survivors of PT-109 to safety, thus becoming a war hero and launching his political career toward the presidency—all thanks to the diligent J. Edgar Hoover.

IN 1960, RICHARD Nixon was expected to be the next president of the United States. Corporate America’s hopes were crushed when John F. Kennedy managed to win the closest election to that time.

Corporate heads and their Nazi backers must have been mollified to know that Kennedy was being guided by his father, Joseph P. Kennedy, a pro-Nazi sympathizer. But in December 1961, Joseph Kennedy suffered a stroke that left him totally incapacitated. His son now held the nation’s highest office with no real control over him.

By mid-1963, Kennedy was beginning to exert his autonomous influence over the most powerful - and violent - groups in U.S. society.

He was threatening to,

  • disband the CIA, the home-base of many Nazis
  • withdraw U.S. troops from South Vietnam
  • close the tax breaks of the oil-depletion allowance
  • tighten control over the tax-free foreign assets of U.S. multinational corporations, many with connections to the Bormann empire
  • decrease the power of both Wall Street and the Federal Reserve System

In June 1963, Kennedy actually ordered the printing and release of $4.2 billion in United States Notes, paper money issued through the Treasury Department without paying interest to the Federal Reserve System, which is composed of twelve regional banks all controlled by private banks whose owners often are non- Americans.

Obviously, persons affected by these moves felt that something had to be done.

Today, most people agree that the assassination of President Kennedy was the result of a conspiracy, the full details of which are still not known due to a cover-up at the highest levels of the federal government.

It is fascinating to note that the connections between Kennedy’s death and Nazi- connected persons, groups, and firms are many and well documented. The CIA, which had passed hundreds of millions of dollars to the Nazi Gehlen Organization, has long been fingered as a major player in the assassination.  (more...)

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