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James Morcan | 11246 comments Excerpt from The Orphan Conspiracies: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy:

History reminds us that communism was already a dominant political force even before the echoes of World War Two had faded. After the war, as the Soviet Union began to encroach on more and more nations, communism and the threat of nuclear war were the West’s two big fears.

However, there is a lesser known school of thought that says fascism actually posed an even bigger threat post-WW2.

On the surface, this theory doesn’t make much sense for officially speaking fascism was all but expunged from the Earth when the Allies demolished the Nazi war machine. From then on, the only fascist remnants appeared to be obscure far-right political parties as well as the odd white supremacist or anti-Semitic group.

But that’s just on the surface and what the history books tell us.

Alternative versions that lie beneath commonly accepted 20th Century history claim many Western nations – the US in particular – only missed out on becoming fascist states by a whisker. Such ideas pose the almost unthinkable question: what if Nazism morphed into something else and continued underground, in another guise, in the West?


“The fascists. They took over this country straight after World War Two. Kennedy was the last president who knew anything about this. All those who followed him have been kept in the dark.” –The Orphan Factory


Fascist ideologies, practices and technologies didn’t vanish with the death of Hitler and Nazi Germany, this radical conspiracy theory suggests. Instead, they actually grew in popularity with fascist supporters springing up in senior positions of power in various Western governments. However, this theory asserts that fascism became harder to detect because of its more subtle implementation, which perhaps indicates this new breed of fascists learnt from the failures of the Third Reich.

Sounds ridiculous, doesn’t it?

We thought so too…until we came across a little known US Government program whose declassified files reveal damning evidence of co-operation between Nazi party survivors and the highest ranking American politicians.

The Orphan Conspiracies 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy by James Morcan


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Lance Morcan | 2825 comments Some key discussion threads in this section:

Project Paperclip https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Paperclip Nazis get their greencards https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Worldwide asylum for Nazi scientists https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Welcome mat rolled out for war criminals https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

So who were these Paperclip Nazis? https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Operation Matchbox: Britain’s protection of Nazi war criminals https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Why did the Nazis go to Antarctica before and during WW2? https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Did Nazi doctor Josef Mengele visit the United States after WW2 https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Plum Island (NY) - inspired by Nazi science? https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Unit 731 – the Japanese Auschwitz https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...

Fascism in the 21st Century https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...


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Martin Hill (martinroyhill) | 125 comments There is too much confusion between fascism and Nazism. They are not the same. While Hitler pretended to be a fascist in order to gain support of the German industrial and financial elite (as well as those in Britain and the U.S.), Nazism was really more of a death cult blended with nationalism and racism.

Italy's Benito Mussolini is considered the father of modern fascism. Mussolini always described fascism as when the interests of the state intersect with the interests of business. He sometimes referred to fascism as "corporatism," essentially governments run by corporations for the benefit of corporations. So fascism is an authoritarian form of capitalism (as opposed to communism being an authoritarian form of Marxism). This is the type of fascism seen in countries like Spain, Chile, and Argentina in the last century.

There was a good measure of pro-fascist sentiment in the United States (and Britain) prior to WWII. The German American Bund (basically the Nazi Party affiliate in the US), the American Fascist Party, Fascist League of North America, the pro-Nazi DAWA business group, Christian Front, etc. were largely supported by conservative politicians--mostly by the pro-business Republican Party (which financially supported the Bund), but also by conservative Democrats. During the war, about 20 members of Congress were forced out of office because of their pro-Nazi/fascist sentiments, including one Democrat and one third party legislator. Toward the end of the war, or shortly after, a book was published called "The Magnificent Dunderheads" which was a compilation of all the pro-Nazi/fascist speeches given by conservative politicians in the 1930s.

Is the US slipping into fascism today? With the U.S. Supreme Court’s pro-corporate Citizens United decision and with multinational corporations dictating our trade policies, I would say if we are not fascist yet we are at least an oligarchy, which is just one step away. I fear free trade agreements such as the pending Pacific trade pact, with all the power it gives multinationals to overturn the laws of so-called sovereign nations, is driving us to worldwide fascism.


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James Morcan | 11246 comments I tend to agree, Martin. Thanks for sharing what you know about fascism.


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Kevin Coleman | 17 comments In Oz, you only have to take a walk around the capital cities , and then view the faces on mainstream media and playtime in National Parliament to realise the disjunction between the populace and our so called representative parliament.
Australia is looking more like an oligarchy. This week , the Abbot government passed a law making it illegal for doctors , nurses or psychologist to report on 'unsavoury' activities in off shore detention centres for asylum seekers. Hmm


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Martin Hill (martinroyhill) | 125 comments Recently came across this quote:

"The first truth is that the liberty of a democracy is not safe if the people tolerate the growth of private power to a point where it becomes stronger than their democratic state itself. That, in its essence, is Fascism—ownership of Government by an individual, by a group, or by any other controlling private power."
President Franklin D. Roosevelt
Letter to Congress, 1938

Can you imagine a politician saying that today?

You can read the rest of FDR's message here: http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pi...


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James Morcan | 11246 comments Martin wrote: "Recently came across this quote:

"The first truth is that the liberty of a democracy is not safe if the people tolerate the growth of private power to a point where it becomes stronger than their ..."


Brilliant quote Martin.
Thanks for sharing FDR's message.


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Lance Morcan | 2825 comments Americanized Nazis & The Fourth Reich https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZjRA...


Elisabet Norris | 486 comments nazism is quite real even though not always noticed. A close friend of mine had a psychopath of a father and for a period he became one of the main figures in Norway's neo -nazi party. I had no idea they even existed. I remember sneaking down in their basement where he kept his office. I have never seen so much memorabilia of nazism and facism. He had a bunch of letters from Germany and German magazines addressed to a German man. I asked her who it was and she said it was his German name. He also held KKK meetings at his house. I know this to be true because I accidentally walked in on a meeting when sleeping over. This was in a liberal Scandinavian country, not deep south USA...they are still active and everywhere.


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James Morcan | 11246 comments Lisa wrote: "nazism is quite real even though not always noticed. A close friend of mine had a psychopath of a father and for a period he became one of the main figures in Norway's neo -nazi party. I had no id..."

Yes, I agree Lisa - very interesting (and frightening) experience you had in Norway! You were brave even going down into such a basement!

Also, I think it should be noted modern fascism is much more than Nazism or the racist or anti-Semitic side of German fascism. And fascism of course existed long before the Nazis (e.g. the Italians during WW1 in 1915).
There are varying definitions, but I'd say fascism is basically very Far Right politics that is totalitarian, militant and cruel by nature and not tolerant of alternative thinkers. Sometimes it includes racial ideologies, but other times not.

Far Left communist regimes are like a flip side of the same coin in my view.
They are two extremes, but go far enough Left or Right and it seems to end up the same way, history seems to reveal.


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Martin Hill (martinroyhill) | 125 comments James Morcan wrote: "Far Left communist regimes are like a flip side of the same coin in my view.
They are two extremes, but go far enough Left or Right and it seems to end up the same way, history seems to reveal.
..."


I totally agree. I've always thought of the political spectrum as circular rather than linear. Go far enough in either direction and you end up in the same place.


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Martin Hill (martinroyhill) | 125 comments Lisa wrote: "nazism is quite real even though not always noticed. A close friend of mine had a psychopath of a father and for a period he became one of the main figures in Norway's neo -nazi party. I had no id..."

I recently heard an interview with author Joseph Farrell. His theory is this: Germany surrendered in 1945, but not the Nazi Party. Surviving Nazis fled Germany, but regrouped after the war and continued their plans for world domination but through other means, primarily economic. For instance, he maintains the idea of an economically joined Europe like the EU originated in Nazi Germany. I checked this out, and many others believe the same. When you look at the so-called free trade treaties in existence and being proposed (i.e., TTP), we all seem to be giving up our sovereign democracies in exchange for economic policies that benefit only a few wealthy and ultra-conservative groups.


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Lance Morcan | 2825 comments Martin wrote: "Lisa wrote: "nazism is quite real even though not always noticed. A close friend of mine had a psychopath of a father and for a period he became one of the main figures in Norway's neo -nazi party..."

Quite agree Martin. Fortunately, it seems others do, too...Just look at the groundswell of public opinion (here in NZ at least) against TTP for instance.


Elisabet Norris | 486 comments my friend's dad died last month if an unexpected heart attack. A few years ago he did an interview as a born again Christian talking about his life...I found it frustratingly interesting how he forgot to mention parts of his life as a raging alcoholic and as a wife and child beater...and as a Mormon. He did mention something that was new to me and that was that he said he met up with an old friend, a son of Quisling...I know Quisling used to live close by where we lived, but as far as I know, he didn't have any children. So it got me wondering if there is a group if people or an organization that call themselves sons of Quisling...I couldn't find any information about this. The interview is in Norwegian. I find it pathetic when people blame their dark moments on the devil and that God is the only way out.


Kelly Higgins I don't know whether this comes under this heading but did you read the article about how a part of Spain got enough votes to become independent, but according to Spain's constitution they can't. And the Prime Minister of Spain refuses to allow a referendum because there is an election soon.


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Paul Sayers Thank you, Martin, for sharing.

It is great to see these truths expressed in a public forum. Not so long ago, people like us were taught to lay very low indeed - there was the threat of electro-shock therapy after the period of lobotomy (younger readers please do some research).

But as long as we're just discussing a fictional universe (I greatly admire Lance and James for their talent in doing this) we can keep ourselves out of harm's way. For harm is out there, we know that.

The great game is on again. The battle for the hearts, minds, souls and bodies of the world is on again.

Let us number among the survivors who witness Justice.

What a joyous thing it is to discuss among friends the "possible" and the "likely" of some fictitious world. Why, God Himself might be very pleased, to think, the same mechanisms of mind management that the fascists arrogantly deploy are deployed against them, with elegance, and with prideful knowledge of the coming of the Lord!
-- in a fictional universe --


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James Morcan | 11246 comments Interesting comment from this article 'After WWII, the U.S. hired Nazi scientists en masse via Operation' -- Papercliphttp://www.avclub.com/article/after-w... :

"Ex-Nazis weren’t just recruited to be scientists. Some joined the U.S. intelligence community, among them Klaus Barbie, known as the Butcher Of Lyon for torturing French prisoners of the Gestapo. That didn’t stop the U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps from recruiting Barbie after the war to help fight communism in Europe. When the French government sentenced Barbie to death for war crimes, the U.S. helped him escape to Bolivia, where he worked for that country’s government. When the Bolivian regime was overthrown, Barbie was extradited for France, tried, and executed. It’s suspected that Barbie had a hand in the Bolivian coup that ended up being his undoing. It’s also suspected he helped the CIA capture and kill Ernesto “Che” Guevara."


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James Morcan | 11246 comments Martin wrote: "ecently came across this quote:

"The first truth is that the liberty of a democracy is not safe if the people tolerate the growth of private power to a point where it becomes stronger than their democratic state itself. That, in its essence, is Fascism—ownership of Government by an individual, by a group, or by any other controlling private power."
President Franklin D. Roosevelt
Letter to Congress, 1938

Can you imagine a politician saying that today? ..."


Brilliant Roosevelt quote, Martin.


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Oscar J. | 2 comments There is political book out now with an anti-socialism narrative called "The Rantings of An Uneducated Reactionary." Oscar J. Phillips.


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Martin Hill (martinroyhill) | 125 comments I recently wrote a blog post on this subject. Thought you all might like to read it.

Fascism in America in Fact and Fiction:
http://www.martinroyhill.com/martin-s...


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James Morcan | 11246 comments Martin wrote: "I recently wrote a blog post on this subject. Thought you all might like to read it.

Fascism in America in Fact and Fiction:
http://www.martinroyhill.com/martin-s..."


Brilliant article, Martin!

If you don't mind I'm running it here in full:

Fascism in America in Fact and Fiction by Martin Roy Hill:

Since November's presidential election, many of my friends and colleagues have commented with dismay on the number of news photos and videos they've seen of Americans brandishing swastikas and raising their arms in the Nazi salute. After all, this is America, a country that spent substantial blood and treasure in defeating Adolf Hitler and his evil empire in WWII, right?

I tell them I'm not surprised. Fascism, in its various disguises, has been part of the American underbelly for the better part of a century. It's also been the source of inspiration for many fine works of literature.

The 1920s and 1930s saw the rise of fascism not only in Europe but in the United States as well. This inspired Sinclair Lewis' 1935 novel It Can't Happen Here, about a populist fringe candidate who becomes president and turns the country into an armed camp. The same period in history also inspired Phillip Roth's novel The Plot Against America, about anti-Semitism in the United States after a pro-fascist Charles Lindberg defeats President Franklin Roosevelt.

Arthur Miller's 1945 novel, Focus, was also inspired by the rise of fascism and anti-Semitism in the Thirties. In Focus, however, Miller predicts anti-Semitism in the U.S. wouldn't end with the defeat of Nazi Germany.

Without meaning to place myself on the same level as those literary stars, some of my own work was inspired by the events of the 1930s. In my alternative history short story, Hitler Is Coming—originally published by ALT HIST: The Journal of Historical Fiction and Alternative History and now available at Amazon.com—I visualize a defeated United States occupied by the German military and pro-fascist Americans.

In Hitler Is Coming, Paul Klee, former police officer and OSS spy, is forced to work for the Nazi SS on an assignment to protect a victorious Hitler as he visits the U.S. for the first time. A second Paul Klee story, The Thirty-Fourth Man, will be published by ALT HIST in early 2017.

Both stories explore what the United States might be like if defeated by the German Nazis and, in the process, explain a part of American history not taught in schools. Both feature many of the fascist groups that gained popularity in the 1930s.

Throughout that decade, for instance, brown-shirted and jackbooted thugs of the German American Bund—essentially the Nazi Party affiliate in the U.S.—marched proudly through American streets, spreading their religion of bigotry and hate. There were Nazi enclaves in the woods for training, and summer camps for the children of American Nazis. In 1939, 22,000 Bund members held a massive rally in New York's Madison Square Garden.

But they weren't alone.

Even before the Bund, there was the Fascist League of North America, an umbrella group composed primarily of Italian-American supporters of Italy's dictator Benito Mussolini, considered by many to be the father of modern fascism. Mussolini coined the word fascism, comparing the rule of government by corporations for corporations to a fascine, in which weak sticks bound together create a strong foundation.

The Silver Legion of America, also known as the Silver Shirts due to their uniforms' silver camp shirts, at one time boasted at least 15,000 members. They owned a militarized compound in the hills surrounding Los Angeles. In 1936, their leader, William Dudley Pelley, ran for president on a third-party ticket.

The German-American Businessmen's Association, commonly called the DAWA (the German acronym for the Deutsch Amerikanischer Wirtschaft Auscbuss), focused primarily on ruining Jewish-owned businesses. Instead using the physical brutality, the Nazis in Germany did on Kristallnacht in 1938, the American DAWA used boycotts to destroy Jewish businesses.

Closely allied with these groups--particularly the Bund--was the Christian Front which, despite calling itself Christian nevertheless sowed violence throughout New York. The Front denounced Jews and other non-Christians, and praised Hitler and Spain's fascist dictator Francisco Franco.

It would be easy to dismiss these groups as simply a fanatical political fringe, but the bloody fingers of fascism reached much deeper into 1930s American politics. Many members of Congress--mostly Republican but also some conservative Democrats--openly supported in speeches these American fascist groups as well as the rise of fascism and Nazism in Europe. In 1942, mystery novelist Rex Stout published The Illustrious Dunderheads, a collection of pro-fascist speeches given by conservative American politicians during the 1930s.

There were some American fascists who chose action over words. In 1933, retired Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler, a two-time recipient of the Medal of Honor, was approached by two men representing wealthy and conservative American bankers and industrialists. The men explained they had been sent to Europe to study fascism and how best to bring it to the United States. Their backers decided a coup was the best idea, and they wanted Butler to lead it.

Butler played along and gathered evidence for the FBI and a subsequent Congressional investigation by the House Un-American Activities Committee. Known by many names—The Business Plot, the Wall Street Plot, and The American Putsch—the plot was largely swept under the Capitol's rug, since so many well-known millionaires (and political contributors) were apparently involved.

In 2007, the BBC reported Prescott Bush, father, and grandfather of two American presidents, was one of those wealthy financiers involved in the American Putsch. Bush was a well-known supporter of Hitler's rise to power and was prosecuted for continuing to do business with the Nazis even after Hitler declared war on the United States in 1941.

In the aftermath of WWII, many wanted to forget the exuberance with which they embraced fascism in the 1930s. The rise of the Soviet Union as the next great enemy gave many conservatives what they needed to distract Americans from the recent past. The McCarthy Era with its numerous and unsubstantiated claims of commies everywhere was simply a means of making voters forget the sins of the conservative right prior to the war.

Since WWII, American fascism had lain hidden in the political shadows. Certainly, over the decades, overt images of it--neo-Nazis, KKK, and so on--were occasionally seen in the media. But there also was a latent vestige of fascism that shunned the term "fascist" but cheered the concept of "nationalism"—one of the markers of fascist thought--and its memes like "American exceptionalism." Sinclair Lewis predicted this in his book, It Can't Happen Here, when he wrote: "[T]he worst Fascists were they who disowned the word ‘Fascism’ and preached enslavement to Capitalism under the style of Constitutional and Traditional Native American Liberty.”

Many decades ago, American writer George Santayana warned us, "Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it."

Those are good words to live by.

References and further reading:

German American Bund: http://rarehistoricalphotos.com/ameri...

Fascist League of North: America: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10...

Silver Legion: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/artic...

German-American Businessmen's Association (DAWA): http://archive.jta.org/1934/05/13/arc...

Christian Front: http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract...

Illustrious Dunderheads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6...

House Committee report on the American Putsch: http://www.claytoncramer.com/primary/...

http://www.claytoncramer.com/primary/...

http://www.claytoncramer.com/primary/....

BBC report on Prescott Bush and the American Putsch: http://www.prisonplanet.com/audio/240...


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Martin Hill (martinroyhill) | 125 comments James wrote: "Martin wrote: "I recently wrote a blog post on this subject. Thought you all might like to read it.

Fascism in America in Fact and Fiction:
http://www.martinroyhill.com/martin-s......"


Thank you, James. Glad you liked it. Wish I hadn't been inspired to write it, though.


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James Morcan | 11246 comments I'm glad you wrote it anyway Martin and I learnt a few things from the article.


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James Morcan | 11246 comments As Martin mentioned in his post above, It Can't Happen Here perhaps might explain a few things about the position the West is in now, politically...

Written by Sinclair Lewis in 1935, a lot of people are now revisiting this book.

Here's the synopsis:

The only one of Sinclair Lewis's later novels to match the power of Main Street, Babbitt, and Arrowsmith, It Can't Happen Here is a cautionary tale about the fragility of democracy, an alarming, eerily timeless look at how fascism could take hold in America. Written during the Great Depression when America was largely oblivious to Hitler's aggression, it juxtaposes sharp political satire with the chillingly realistic rise of a President who becomes a dictator to save the nation from welfare cheats, rampant promiscuity, crime, and a liberal press. Now finally back in print, It Can't Happen Here remains uniquely important, a shockingly prescient novel that's as fresh and contemporary as today's news.

It Can't Happen Here by Sinclair Lewis


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James Morcan | 11246 comments WIKILEAKS: Architects of the cold war https://wikileaks.org/gifiles/attach/...

After the war in Europe, Dulles served for six months as the OSS Berlin station chief. In 1947, Congress created the Central Intelligence Agency. Dulles was closely involved with its development. His translator at this time was Henry Kissinger, who worked for Army Intelligence. Dulles' CIA Operation Paperclip assimilated Nazi scientists into the American establishment by obscuring their histories and short circuiting efforts to disclose their true identities to the public, over time stonewalling them into national acceptance. The project was led by profiled officers in the United States Army, who were given too much political latitude without political experience. From 1943 to 1947, the humongous figure of Nazi Germany cadre, the brain drain, imported by this unit into USA, Canada and South America left no record “secreted” for the Germanic brotherhood to survive the age among their brethren in the western hermisphere….

Although the program officially ended in September 1947, those officers and other officials carried out Washington conspiracies until the mid-fifties that bypassed both law and presidential directives to keep the Paperclip gang from public view, headed by non other than our future space hero, Dr. Wernher von Braun, the “Butcher of Nordhausen,” where 60,000 concentration work camps conscripts from Eastern Europe, including Jews, died in the infamous tunnels developing the V-2 rocket…

President Truman was not informed that his instructions were ignored,1 though Gen. Eisenhower-cum President must have been in the know as wartime commander of our Armed Forces in Europe. Therefrom such wartime permissiveness and cover-ups became part and parcel of postwar official behavior in Washington, SOP acts of aggression at home and abroad, indeed conducted assassinations of foreign leaders, eventually including our own JFK (see below).

Significantly and fatefully an extension of Nazi fascism, including the brutal cadre, arrived in the United States and Canada to carry on domination and conquest, in face of the defeated Third Reich. Dulles' CIA Operation Paperclip, the rocketry team and other cadre, as we shall see below, assimilated Nazi scientists into the American establishment by obscuring their histories and short circuiting efforts to bring their true stories to light. The project was led by officers in the United States Army, the same corps which spirited (at least through one channel, the St. Spiridon Eastern Orthodox Church in Trieste, northern Italy) over 9,000 ‘useful’ Hitler cadre as well as outright criminals such as one Joseph Mengele, the Angel of Death, and Klaus Barbie, the Butcher of Lyon…Of course, the Vatican should have opposed it, if not approved it, compromised in backing the wartime fascism of the Mussolini regime. Although the program officially ended in September 1947, it started in 1943; those officers and others carried out conspiracies well into the postwar period. In fact, the General Reinhard Gehlen’s Organization, the German CIA duplicate, falsified threats from encroaching communism to the extent that the polarization of global meridians in the Cold War reached the level of an atomic planetary holocaust in the 1962 Cuban blockade crisis, but for the ability and wisdom of the Kremlin to back down (see chap. 4 and 5, plus the Appendix of my Cold War trilogy, 2005 ed.).

Gen. Gehlen was Hitler’s military intelligence chief of the German Armies on the Eastern Front, who defected to the United States in 1945, and returned to Pullach, West Germany, occupied the Vice Fuhrer’s Rudolf Hess’s villa with the CIA created Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND or Federal Intelligence Service).

Significantly, in the 1948 Presidential election, Allen Dulles was Republican nominee Thomas E. Dewey's chief advisor, who lost the election to everyone’s surprise to Harry Truman, including Allen Dulles, the Truman foe… Ol’ Harry S. Truman, the Congressman from Independence, Missouri, who fought in the Hedge War of WW-I in France, Belgium and Germany (alongside this writer’s father, who was a hero of the Battle Verdun), was very suspicious of intelligence, hence the dissolution of SOS at his insistence on the conclusion of war in 1945. However, shortly thereafter he was pressured under threat of encroaching international communism to approve the formation of the CIA in 1947, and all the other entities comprising the infrastructure of the onrushing Cold War, including the Truman Doctrine, which precluded spread of communism under the threat of open war against the communist cavalcade, etc. Consequently, the Dulles brothers and James Forrestal helped form the Office of Policy Coordination. Under President Eisenhower, not surprisingly Allen became director of CIA, his brother John Foster Dulles the Secretary of State (1953-1959), therefrom the galloping misfor-tunes of post-WW II American policies and aggressive politics abroad, mind you, to this very date. Therefore, it’s absolutely essential for the reader to understand how and wherefrom the ongoing power politics-amiss came from--as an institution of aggression and precipitous decline of democracy in the American sociopolitical system!

Read full Wikileaks article here: https://wikileaks.org/gifiles/attach/...


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C.E. Gee | 5 comments GREETINGS:


Citizens of the U.S., there are “many” TRAITORS to the Constitution in your midst. Read about them at




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James Morcan | 11246 comments Nazi Colonies (today!) in South America? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGVSA...


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Ian Miller | 1361 comments There has been a recent documentary by Oliver Stone that makes the current Ukrainian government look pretty fascist oriented


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Jess | 2 comments I agree with mostly everything you posted. Fascism is a dangerous force that is rampant everywhere and on the rise.

Although, "Blitzball" by Barton Ludwig is fiction, it is something more people should read for that reason.

It's about a teenage clone of Hitler who rebels against his genes and everybody. He's raised in a fascist town where mostly everything is controlled and designed to make him the next Fuhrer.

https://www.amazon.com/Blitzball-Hitl...

People act like we're miles away from Nazi Germany and the communist regime of Stalin, but it looks as if we're heading there at full speed.


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T | 7 comments James wrote: "I tend to agree, Martin. Thanks for sharing what you know about fascism."

Come Inside My Head Karl Marx, Fidel Castro, Mao Zedong, Joseph Stalin and More... by Lin Xun The book "Come Inside My Head: Karl Marx, Fidel Castro, Mao Zedong, Joseph Stalin and More..." claims that Hitler self-identified as socialist, and not as fascist, nor Nazi, nor Third Reich, nor Nazi party. That those terms are used by modern socialists to cover up the fact that Hitler called his dogma socialism. "Socialism" was touted by the very word in voluminous speeches & writings by the socialists Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, the Kim thugs, etc. Who was the worst socialist: Stalin, Mao, or Hitler? Stalin has blame for genocides of Mao, Hitler & himself, & Pol Pot, the Kim thugs, etc. German socialism & Soviet socialism joined to launch the socialist WWII, invading Poland. It led to genocide under socialists Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, the Kims, etc. Stalin had a hand in all of it.


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P.D. Maior | 19 comments I think there is a bigger picture being lost here in how all keep saying “fascism is coming, it is coming” when it is already here and there is no need to feel paranoid or conspiratorial minded to just see it, however softly, very plainly now as already in place (so now, seeing it more clearly, what can we do?).

There may be no group of ten then one globally or some such but there is certainly “already” in place for some time an aristocracy of elites (not based on family as much though, except a bit). It is something more in tenor and reign in every nation of an unconscious meritocracy and these reflex's that merit placement into such just work more quickly, automatically and fluidly a bit more than in others among such; and such attract such to each other and all this forms without any conscious involvement going on at all globally now. In every nation they are of different minor superfluous flavors yes but structurally and psychologically all the same base flavor and tenor in how each behaves similarly.

It is like a plateau with the masses at the bottom of such, then them the top plateau, an inner kabal, they who control all including the charade of voting.

But there are thousands upon thousands in this upper group and they don’t know what the left hand from the right are doing. They are not more conscious, but they are there. Yet that such has now formed and we no longer live in democracies at all but global soft fascism aristocracies of glad handler comptrollers for some time should be clear. There are about 2% them, then all us. Didn't Snowden say he recently realized this when on 9/11 all the NSA just exited their building to avoid being attacked when they could have used all their amazing capabilities to try to understand what was going on? That was when he said he realized what I am saying, however little his spectrum of sight is.

Almost 2 million people have security clearances in America, that’s almost one in every 200 people you see walking about! And people at the top of such are replaceable easily with others.

These are inner system cells and branches, well oiled institutes all at the top that go on their own like a mechanical zeitgeist. I study ancient cultures and I can tell you Feudal Japan didn’t know much of Feudal Europe but look how similar they were at the same time! Also Rome in Sulla’s time was eerily identical to the same going on in China and neither knew the other much. It is beyond uncanny, it is clearly mechanically systemic. How is it not seen we are mechanically all morphing in rhythm and political formations according to larger patterns we don’t control but that control us like flocks of birds in synchronicity?

Plato and Gurdjieff teach all of this changes like molting of cells on the surface of a living organism called earth and we are but the cells kaleidescopically forming periodically all in the same way to certain cycle pressures. Different contortions form; right now the plateau soft parade contortion forms of it's own, next something else, maybe worse. I think for us to become truly spiritual we also need to be humbled and first just see how mechanical we are and that all of this is just unconscious phenomena.

There is a passage Plato literally says “and next it will rotate to totalitarianism then kingship then tyranny then democracy etc etc” like it is all just phases we haven’t learned to stand far enough outside of and see and see that they go on on their own as we move around as cells in such.

Right now though we have all already been owned for quite some time in a soft parade kind of way by top systemic people not knowing what they are doing but being let’s say a nebulous unconscious meritocracy of zeitgeist and connection and a fascist aristocracy, whatever the flavor, that controls the rest and decides all.

We have no say. And if we let such reflex's and glad handling and connections work fluidly in us and become one of them we have no say up there to change anything for the peons either because all are replaceable and in complex cells operating on their own mechanically up there too.

I feel all of this is because man is falling further and further asleep emotionally and culturally right now for spiritual reasons.

Any form of government can be turned into a monstrous dystopia simulacra of itself. We have enough futurist fiction now to see every scenario. Even a clear voter honored democracy, if all became cannibals and voted to start eating people, would be an outrage; so too with each and every form of molt passing through us planetarily or however these governances do.

What matters is the inner octave tenor and spirit and emotion and conscience and boldness and creativity and inspirational participation, more then any form of governance being better than another. If we were more led by conscious culture creators rather than apparatchik worship then any of them, communism turning into communalism like the early esoteric Christians even, can become more organically fluid in a more conscious and inter-dynamic way, even oligarchy.

We all love Neil Young but everyone treats him like an idiot savante, imagine the color and creativity and momentum in all the right ways that would happen if we made him our world bridgeman (which is what "King" used to mean, a shaman). Or a group of such is fine, whatever. It seems silly only because modernity has lost touch with seeing it needs in between people between this world and the nexus spirit world like him as it's true guides, not efficient apparatchiks who on a huge cosmic spectrum know absolutely nothing at all what they are doing or creating. But you may very well be invited on a swift trip to the puzzle factory if you tell anyone "make Neil Young the new world king." hahaha...well so now we see how asleep and wrong all already are and it is much too late to stop such, unless do you think people would listen? ....Not a chance, or...very very very unlikely now. We are not moving forward spiritually and emotionally now so we must, perforce, devolve into chthonic, self immolating mechanics; for all is moving in the Universe.



Until man en masse stops unconsciously "Truman Show"ing it's guides, nothing will happen core rectly and essentially.


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James Morcan | 11246 comments Maxwell, Epstein and the Control of Science since WW2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHex-...

Tracing the Eugenicists' technofascist takeover from World War 2 until present day by looking at the role of Ghislaine Maxwell's two leading men: her father Robert Maxwell and her 'business partner' Jeffrey Epstein. In the first part I go through some fascinating history to set the stage, and then I get to more & more recent events to show that SCIENCE was co-opted to direct humanity into our current, near devastating condition.
Topics covered: US Army's "Project RUSTY", NASA & JPL, Chinese studies of Population Control, Cybernetics, Wuhan connection, Qian Xeusen (who?) and more.


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