Monday, August 9, 2010
By Paul Martin


By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
August 9, 2010

[Note: Regarding the recent news that the FBI had uncovered a Russian spy ring operating for years in the U.S., the incompetence and obviousness of the spies (and their lack of success in obtaining any really important information) seems deliberate. Any serious spies would not call attention to themselves, but at least one of the spies (Ms. Chapman) seemed to do everything she could to get attention. What the spies probably were doing was getting the FBI to waste a lot of man-hours following and monitoring them so the Russians could learn how our government agencies operate in these situations.

Concerning my earlier-stated thesis that we are being pushed into a techno-feudal future with an elite at the top served by masses of cheap laborers, I gave examples of China and India already exhibiting these characteristics. And now, TIME magazine (August 2, 2010) has an article about Burma which states that it “may be one of the poorest nations on earth, but an emerging elite… is only getting richer, more powerful and less accountable.”]

As I’ve written before in this series, the primary people involved in the secret Nazi plan were some members of the German General Staff, SS Reichsfuerher Heinrich Himmler, and Nazi Party chief Martin Bormann. The latter individual, Bormann, was the one who controlled the money, which allowed the plan to go forward long after WWII. In Gen. Reinhard Gehlen’s memoirs, Der Dienst (The Service), he alleges Bormann was really a Soviet agent. There’s no question that Bormann did work with the Soviets, as even one of his mistresses, Marie Rubach Spangenberg, was in the German Communist underground.

But in Gehlen’s memoirs, he leaves the impression that Bormann lived in the U.S.S.R. after the war and had died by 1970. This is clearly suspicious given that Gehlen had never told the Allies this, and his vast network that even reached into the U.S.S.R. never revealed Bormann’s whereabouts therein. What Gehlen was probably doing was trying to protect Bormann’s real location so he could continue directing the secret Nazi plan. Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal in The Murderers Among Us (1967) provides convincing evidence that Bormann was actually smuggled out of Germany to South America and set up a colony of Nazis near Bariloche, Argentina where he was well-protected. What Bormann’s setting up of a Nazi colony in South America after working with the Soviets actually shows is that he was an agent of the Power Elite (PE) like John Jay McCloy (mentioned earlier in this series), who sat in Hitler’s box at the 1936 Berlin Olympics and 25 years later was photographed frolicking on a beach with Soviet Communist leader Nikita Krushchev. This is the dialectic operational mode of the PE.

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