THE ABSOLUTE POWER GAME
By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
August 22, 2011
[NOTE: My latest book, The Power Elite and the Secret Nazi Plan, is now available from [800-955-0116] NewsWithViews. As I related in the book, the head of the Nazi SS, Heinrich Himmler, was probably working with the Allies (Allen Dulles) long before the end of WWII. In 1944, Himmler convinced Hitler to put the V-2 rocket project under SS control, and on August 8 of that year Gen. Hans Kammler replaced Gen. Walter Dornberger as its director (under Operation Paperclip after the war, Dornberger would become vice-president of Bell Aerosystems in Niagrara Falls, NY). Kammler had also been in charge of constructing facilities for various secret weapons projects. In 1938, the Sudetenland in northern Czechoslovakia surrendered to the Nazis, who recognized its importance as the location of perhaps the largest uranium field in Europe. By 1943, the Nazi Luftwaffe had a map of New York City with concentric circles (perhaps designating the radioactive effects of a nuclear explosion), and in 1944 a Luftwaffe plane flew to New York City, took a picture and flew back (perhaps for target identification). On October 10, 1944 Luftwaffe pilot Hans Zinsser reported seeing the following: “A cloud shaped like a mushroom without turbulence, billowing sections (at about 7000 meters) stood, without any seeming connections over the spot where the explosion took place.” Mussolini’s war correspondent Luigi Romersa sent to view the Nazis’ secret weapons also reported seeing the following: “There was a brilliant flash of light that entered our bunker, but everything stayed quiet. Suddenly there was an enormous blast that overwhelmed the ears. After the light faded we were allowed to look out the viewing slots. In the distance was a large glowing orange ball with dust and debris above it.
As the orange died down a large cloud in the shape of a mushroom was seen above it. We were told to wait several hours due to deathly rays, of utmost toxicity.” On October 11, the London Daily Mail published “Berlin Silent 60 Hours, Still No Phones,” and a year later on August 11, 1945, the London Daily Telegraph published “Nazis’ Atom Bomb Plans: Britain Ready a Year Ago” (August 1944). In March 1945, Los Alamos in the U.S. only had 15-30 kilograms of plutonium and reported there wouldn’t be enough for an atom bomb until November of that year. However, when Germany surrendered in May 1945, a Nazi submarine entered Norfolk, VA harbor with nine gold-lined cylinders labeled “U-235” and infrared proximity fuses. Suddenly, we were able to test the Manhattan Project in July and bomb Hiroshima on August 6 and Nagasaki on August 9. How did we obtain so quickly enough plutonium for two atomic bombs? Probably Kammler under Himmler’s direction saw to it, and perhaps that information is what the American special unit retrieved from Himmler’s secret vault in his castle. The team and the documents then simply “disappeared from history,” according to the documentary “Himmler’s Castle,” mentioned in my book.]
“Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” – statement by Lord Acton in a letter to Bishop Creighton, April 5, 1887, A.D.
In the early 1760s in England, Benjamin Franklin was asked why the colonists were so prosperous, and he replied, “That is simple. It is only because in the Colonies we issue our own money. It is called colonial scrip, and we issue it in the proper proportion to the demand of trade and industry.” The Bank of England didn’t care for this, and in 1764, the Currency Act prohibited the plantation colonies from issuing legal tender. Many believe that the Stamp Act, Tea Act and other measures sparked the revolutionary movement, but Franklin reportedly stated: “The Colonies would gladly have borne the little tax on tea and other matters had it not been that England took away from the Colonists their money, which created unemployment and dissatisfaction.”
In a letter to John Adams in 1813, Thomas Jefferson wrote that “…the issue today is the same as it has been throughout all history, whether man shall be allowed to govern himself or be ruled by a small elite,” and he was right. One way to control not only individuals but also nations is to get them in debt, and there was reportedly talk among some bankers that perhaps a divided United States would be less strong, and therefore more dependent upon them. Today, debt is one of the key ways in which the Power Elite (PE) can control the U.S. and other nations.