Western Financial Tyranny or Nazi 4th Reich?
G4S Olympics scandal & Nazi hunting in S. America
George Butler welcomes Tony Gosling to the program for an update from Bristol England…….
Tony’s Site is www.bilderberg.org – see two videos of Tony’s work.
Topics of Discussion: Olympic Games G4S private security flap – and BMW Martin Bormann network’s Nazi Connections
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Germany’s Four Reichs: Origins and Development, seeking World Domination in ruthless terror by Harry Beckhough
Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile – By Paul Manning
Revealed: The secret report that shows how the Nazis planned a Fourth Reich ……..
…………in the EU – ECHOS OF SYNARCHISM
George Butler spent three years in the U.S. Army, the last year in West Berlin, Germany, he witnessed the vulgarities and cruelties of the Berlin Wall. Today he speaks out about preserving our rights. His concerned about America’s and the World’s slide toward fascism motivated him along with Charlotte “Littlefield” Brown to launch the radio talk show program in the fall of 2006 “The Secret Truth”. In addition his musical drama GIVE THEM A CHANCE was performed in Austin, Texas in the summer of 2007. The musical drama not only speaks about giving our children a chance but also vehemently reflects present struggles and echoes, warnings from the past that must not be ignored. Today, America and the World are experiencing a great transformation and Mr. Butler is intent on trying to awaken the citizenry to present dangerous trends. This new program will focus on worldly, national and local changes affecting our freedoms and liberties.
Despite the assistance Martin Bormann has received from various leaders in Latin America since his arrival, including help from members of U.S. embassies and consulates and several CIA station chiefs, Heinrich Mueller continues to exercise extreme caution in protecting Bormann. In 1955 and again in 1957, following the transporting of the party minister to new locations, he leaked the story of Bormann’s “death,” repeating the old ploy of providing a body in a grave marked “Martin Bormann.” Each time an exhumation took place it was found to be the remains of a deceased Indian, although one was that of a Jewish person, an Israeli agent who had gotten too close to his target.
In 1957 Mueller established Bormann on a remote plantation at the southernmost tip of Brazil, at a point that touches Paraguay, one mile inland from the west bank of the Parana River and 15 miles north of the Paraguayan border. It was a drab, depressing plantation area, but a natural fortress, stretching in a rectangle 40 miles along the Parana River, 100 miles inland from the sea. To the east it was protected by the river, which at that point is ten miles wide. To the south it had the impenetrable jungle for protection; the all-but-impassable pathways one would take to approach the plantation were guarded by Indians whose role was to alert the SS guards. The settlement was known as Kolonie Waldner, and SS men I have talked with who were with Bormann then spoke of the heat and the general lassitude there. Food and other supplies were brought by river boat, then trucked inland to the colony. Visitors came and went by Piper Cub, which upon landing would taxi up to a large hangar and disappear from view. A bowling alley down one side of the hangar provided about the only recreation, but the SS men I interviewed said that the best German cooking in the world was provided by former SS mess sergeants, and that this was an incomparable feature of the dining room. To quote one: “Still, it was small consolation for being stuck in such a place. We worked to construct proper housing, but it was hard to put out of one’s mind the memories and thoughts of Germany and the good days of long ago.”
Martin Bormann continued to conduct his complex business affairs from Kolonie Waldner by remote control. A cadre of skilled professional business administrators would periodically return to this dismal, isolated area and make their reports on investments and on the prosperity and growth of the corporations they controlled in so many different countries. Bormann appeared very much the plantation overseer, with boots, white pants and shirt, and a wide-brimmed Panama hat. Such a hat, I am told, along with being protection from the ubiquitous hot sun, was also protection from poisonous spiders that dropped from trees. I asked one of my SS informants why they didn’t use poison gas as the Americans had done in the Mato Grosso to defoliate the trees and exterminate the spiders. His bitter reply: ‘We used up all our poison gas during World War II.”