THE POWER ELITE AND THE SECRET NAZI PLAN
Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
April 5, 2010
[Note: On ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” (March 29), one of the songs played was “Fly Me to the Moon” written by Bart Howard in 1954. The lyrics to the song say, “You are all I long for, all I worship and adore.” Ask Adam what happened to him when he chose the will of Eve rather than the will of God, Whom Adam should have worshipped and adored exclusively.]
In Charles Higham’s Trading With the Enemy: An Expose of the Nazi-American Money Plot 1933-1949, one learns that “in 1936 the J. Henry Schroder Bank of New York had entered into a partnership with the Rockefellers. Schroder, Rockefeller and Company, Investment Bankers, was formed as part of an overall company that TIME magazine disclosed as being ‘the economic booster of the Rome-Berlin Axis.’ The partners in Schroder, Rockefeller and Company included Avery Rockefeller, nephew of John D., Baron Bruno von Schroder in London, and Kurt von Schroder of the BIS (Bank for International Settlements) and Gestapo in Cologne…. Their lawyers were John Foster Dulles and Allen Dulles of Sullivan and Cromwell…. The Rockefellers owned Standard Oil of New Jersey, the German accounts of which were siphoned through their own bank (the Chase) as well as through the independent National City Bank of New York…. Two executives of Standard Oil’s German subsidiary were Karl Lindemann and Emil Helfferich, prominent figures in Himmler’s Circle of Friends of the Gestapo—its chief financiers—and close friends and colleagues of the BIS’s Baron von Schroder.”
According to “The Hunt Hits Home” by Michael Hirsh in Newsweek (December 14, 1998), in 1940 John Foster Dulles working for Sullivan and Cromwell oversaw the drafting of papers “creating a Swedish dummy owner” for Nazi engine parts producer “Bosch’s U.S. arm so that the Nazis could retain control,… and according to Marc Masurovsky, a former Justice Department historian, recently declassified documents show that at least 300 companies continued doing business in Germany during the war.”
To understand why the Dulles brothers would help the Nazis, one must again be reminded that the Nazis were/are simply one subpart of the larger Power Elite (PE) plan for total control via a world government. PE member Cecil Rhodes’ secret Society of the Elect’s “scheme to take the government of the whole world,” in Rhodes’ own words, was executed by Lord Alfred Milner, whose group virtually ran British foreign affairs before WWII. Milner was anti-Zionist, and the head of British intelligence for the Transjordan was anti-Zionist Jack Philby, who in 1923 created the Arab Legion and afterward became advisor to the House of Saud. Ibn Saud was the leader of the Wahhabi Sect of Muslims from which Al Qaeda would arise.
Harry St. John Bridger Philby (known as Jack) is an example of a PE agent at the nexus of Cecil Rhodes’ secret plan and its dialectical process, the pan-Islamic crescent, and the Nazis. Jack Philby’s Arabic name was Sheikh Abdullah. He had been a classmate of Jawaharlal Nehru, who would later be Prime Minister of India. In his autobiography, he referred to himself as “the first Socialist to join the Indian Civil Service” in 1907. In 1908, his work took him to Lahore, which later in the 20th century would become a terrorist training ground in Pakistan. In 1915, PE agent British High Commissioner Percy Cox (who would in late November 1922 create the Iraq-Kuwait border to keep Iraq from having access to the sea and therefore remain dependent on Britain) appointed Philby to a finance post in Baghdad. As usual, these two PE agents had a mission of subterfuge. In addition to protecting the oilfields near Basra, they organized the Arab revolts against the Ottoman Turks. Remember in the recent Iraq war how two British agent provocateurs dressed as Arabs engaged in terrorist attacks in Basra?
Relevant to the dialectical process, while Jack Philby was allied with the Nazis, his son Kim Philby was a British intelligence officer who became a double agent for the Soviets. By 1940, Jack Philby had allied with the anti-Zionist Dulles brothers in making deals between the Nazis and the Saudis. However, in typical dialectical fashion, like PE agent John J. McCloy, Jack Philby early in 1939 had developed a plan for Jewish immigration to Palestine, and after WWII there was talk among those around King Ibn Saud that Philby was still working for the British Secret Service and was perhaps a Zionist spy.
Prior to WWII, Graeme Howard was General Motors’ representative in Germany, and after the war he was in charge of personnel for the Control Council under the Deputy Military Governor of Germany, Lt. Gen. Lucius Clay, who was lenient on Nazi war criminals and halted all war crimes trials by the end of 1947. In 1940, Graeme Howard’s America and the New World Order was published, and in it he wrote about “the formation of regional economic entities…. Cooperative regionalism [will] bring about a better world order through internationally balanced economic and political regional blocs.” Similarly, Rhodes’ Association of Helpers member, Canadian P.E. Corbett, in 1942 authored Post-War Worlds declaring: “It must be recognized that the law of nations takes precedence over national law…. A world association binding together and coordinating regional groupings of states (nations) may evolve toward one universal federal government…. World government is the ultimate aim, but there is more chance of attaining it by gradual development.”
Two years later (1944), Corbett would become chairman of the political science department at Yale University, and would have likely come in contact there with members of Skull & Bones such as George H.W. Bush. The themes of Howard’s and Corbett’s books would be echoed by Rhodes scholar Richard Gardner in the Council on Foreign Relations’ Foreign Affairs (April 1974) and by PE agent Zbigniew Brzezinski at Mikahil Gorbachev’s first State of the World Forum (1995).
The year after Howard’s book was published, on June 26, 1941 Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes declared: “If America loses the war it can thank the Aluminum Corporation of America.” According to George Seldes in Facts and Facism, this was because Alcoa had signed a cartel agreement with the Nazi-controlled I.G. Farben, and this “sabotaged the aluminum program of the U.S. Air Force.”
In addition to major U.S. corporations helping the Nazis, American bankers also played a critical role. In Charles Higham’s Trading with the Enemy, he reveals that Joseph Larkin, who was in charge of Rockefeller’s Chase National Bank’s (CNB’s) European affairs, allowed Nazi collaborator Carlos Niedermann to head CNB’s Paris branch throughout the war, and that Larkin knew of the Nazis’ plan to use its CNB investments after the war to effect their policies in the U.S. Internationally important for the Nazis was its control over the BIS. The BIS was established in 1930 and its first president was Gates McGarrah of CNB.
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During the 1930s, the BIS helped fund the Nazis, and at the time of Pearl Harbor the BIS president was Thomas McKittrick, an associate of the J.P. Morgan bankers. According to Charles Higham in American Swastika, the Reichsbank and Nazi and Italian governments still (February 1942) approved of McKittrick, stating “McKittrick’s opinions are safely known by us.” After the war, McKittrick became vice-president of CNB.
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