THE POWER ELITE AND THE SECRET NAZI PLAN
Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
May 18, 2009
[Note: Previously, I mentioned there are growing calls for a single global currency, and to them one can add that of Prof. Hossein Askari of Georgetown University, who wrote: “The only sure way to stabilize the world economy is to create a world central bank and a single reserve currency” (Asia Times Online, Feb. 6, 2009). A single global currency will be an extremely important step on the way toward the planned World Socialist Government, which will be brought about by linking regional economic unions. And in that regard, one reads in “Mexico’s Fox Touts EU-like Integration for the Americas” (San Antonio Express, March 28) that on March 27, 2009 former Mexican president Vicente Fox in San Antonio “expressed the hope that Canada, the United States and Mexico, indeed the rest of Latin America, would function like the European Union.” Fox stated, “My vision is to speed up the process of further integration” among the nations.]
Regarding my previous columns about the Power Elite (PE) and the secret Nazi plan for today, I have referred to American official Sumner Welles’ book The Time for Decision (1944) partially revealing the plan. For some reason, most people do not seem to take this threat seriously, saying those Nazis from World War II are dead or too old to pose a real threat. They miss the importance of Welles’ statement that the German General Staff “made detailed plans for a later renewal of its attempt to dominate the world… when the favorable moment arrives… perhaps two generations from now,” which means the plan had to include succession.
I mentioned in earlier columns that Abwehr (counterintelligence) Nazi agent Paul Dickopf went underground in the autumn of 1942 (he became head of Interpol 1968-1972). According to journalist Curt Riess in The Nazis Go Underground (1944), it was on the morning of November 9, 1942 that Hitler’s Reichsfuehrer SS Heinrich Himmler in his private office in the Brown House in Munich confided to Martin Bormann (head of the Nazi Party) that while Germany may have to capitulate militarily, “never must the National Socialist German Workers Party [Nazi Party] capitulate. That is what we have to work for from now.” Relevant to this effort, Himmler organized everything right down to the last detail regarding Nazis going underground and spreading throughout the world to fulfill their plan, perhaps in two generations. Preliminary work and planning was done by Himmler at the Gestapo building in the Prince Albrechtstrasse, Berlin, and the major Nazi undergound movement began May 16, 1943 at 11 Koenigsallee in Berlin under SS Generals Werner Heissmeyer and Fritz Kaltenbrunner.
Curt Riess in 1944 also revealed that “[The Nazi underground] organization in Argentina is all set up and waiting impatiently for the ‘go-ahead’ signal. Almost the same may be said of the numerous ‘collaborators’ in the United States.” Joseph Farrell (author of The SS Brotherhood of the Bell and Nazi International) said that Bormann had shifted $800 million in Nazi assets to Argentina, which was then used as a great power leverage with western banks.
In Europe, according Adam LeBor (“Revealed: The secret report that shows how the Nazis planned a Fourth Reich… in the EU,” Daily Mail, May 9, 2009), there was a secret meeting at the Maison Rouge Hotel in Strasbourg on August 10, 1944 where Nazi officials ordered an elite group of German industrialists to plan for the Nazis’ return to power in a Fourth Reich. This information was provided in U.S. Military Intelligence report (known as The Red House Report) EW-Pa 128 written in November 1944 by a French spy who was at the Strasbourg meeting. LeBor writes that “powerful Nazi-era bankers, industrialists and civil servants… worked for a new cause: European economic and political integration.”
The basis for this plan had been developed years earlier, as on September 11, 1940 Reich Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels delivered a speech, “The Europe of the Future” to Czech intellectual workers and journalists stating: “I am convinced that in 50 years, people will no longer think in terms of countries…. In those days people will think in terms of continents…. No single European nation can in the long run be allowed to stand in the way of the general process of organization.”
In the same year (1940) as Goebbels’ speech, Nazi Minister of Economic Affairs (1937-1945) Walther Funk wrote a 16-page booklet, The Economic Future of Europe, and called for a “Central European Union” and “European Economic Area.” In 1942, Funk co-authored The European Economic Community, in which he declared, “There must be a readiness to subordinate one’s own interests in certain cases to those of [the EC].”
According to the 3-page Red House Report (marked “Secret”) in 1944, Himmler’s SS Obergruppenfuehrer Dr. Scheid (a Lt.-General) began the meeting at the Maison Rouge Hotel and ordered German industrialists to “make contacts and alliances with foreign firms, but this must be done individually and without attracting any suspicion.” Sheid also directed them to exploit the finances of those German firms that had already been used as fronts for economic penetration abroad, and he cited the American partners of Krupp, Zeiss, Leica, and the Hamburg-America Lines shipping company (remember here that George Herbert Walker’s and Prescott Bush’s Hamburg-America Lines transported Nazi Dr. Ernst Rudin and other Nazis to the Third International Congress on Eugenics in 1932 in New York where Rudin was unanimously elected president of the International Federation of Eugenic Societies).
LeBor in the Daily Mail wrote that “as most of the industrialists left the meeting [in Strasbourg], a handful were beckoned into another smaller gathering, presided over by Dr. Bosse of the Armaments Ministry. There were secrets to be shared with the elite of the elite…. [Bosse] laid out the three-stage strategy for the Fourth Reich…. In stage 3, German businesses would set up a ‘sleeper’ network of agents abroad through front companies, which were to be covers for military research and intelligence, until the Nazis returned to power.”
German economist Ludwig Erhard had written that their industry could expand after Germany’s defeat through supranationalism, meaning the voluntary surrender of national sovereignty to an international body. Thus, Germany (and France) were the primary advocates of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), which created a common market for coal and steel and which would evolve into the European Union. LeBor wrote that “before the common market could be set up, the Nazis industrialists had to be pardoned, and Nazi banker and officials reintegrated. In 1951, John Jay McCloy, the American High Commissioner for Germany, issued an amnesty for industrialists convicted of war crimes.”
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Two years before 1957, the Bilderberg Group held its Garmisch-Partenkirchen Conference September 23-25, 1955, and relevant to “European Unity,” the Bilderberg document recorded that “the discussion affirmed complete support for the idea of integration and unification from the representatives of all the six nations of the Coal and Steel Community present at the conference…. [There was] some expression by certain European participants of the view that in the economic field, it might be better to proceed through the development of a common market…. A European speaker expressed concern about the need to achieve a common currency, and indicated that in his view this necessarily implied the creation of a central political authority…. A United States participant confirmed that the United States had not weakened in its enthusiastic support for the idea of integration…. Another United States participant urged his European friends to go ahead with the unification of Europe….” For part four click below.
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