Wednesday, November 30, 2016

I watched a tv show last night about hunting for former Nazis, how it has been a worldwide endeavor, the methods they use to track them, etc. And of course, it was because of the well known atrocities committed by the Third Reich. Of course, the Allies committed atrocities too, targeting civilians, such as firebombing of Dresden, Hamburg, Tokyo, and more. And many people, including me, believe that the nuking of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were atrocities. 

But, as I watched the show, and hearing about the importance of rounding up anyone who had even a peripheral role in the crimes against Jews and others in German concentration camps, I thought about the Nazis that Allen Dulles protected after the war.

Chief among them was Reinhard Gehlen, who was the head of German Intelligence under Hitler. 

We all know about the prosecution and conviction of very low-level guards and workers from the concentration camps- even if they had no direct involvement in committing any atrocities. Then, how do you grant a reprieve to a guy who was the head of German Intelligence? I should think that any Jewish person would be appalled in knowing about this. 

Of course, it's not surprising about Dulles because he was in Switzerland for most of the war, which was a neutral country in which Nazis moved around as freely and openly as anyone else. Dulles had friends who were Nazis, attended parties with them, etc. 

Michael Paine's boss at Bell Helicopter was General Walter Dornberger, who was the head of the Nazi V2 rocket program. After the war, Dornberger was held for two years by the British, under comfortable conditions, and then he came to the U.S. under Operation Paperclip, which was Dulles' brainchild. Odd, isn't it, that Michael Paine answered directly to him at Bell? 

You should read about: The Nazi Connection to the JFK Assassination

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