THE POWER ELITE AND THE SECRET NAZI PLAN…PART 14
By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
June 28, 2010
Money was at the heart of the Nazis’ secret plan for eventual world domination after WWII. Relevant to this, historian Marc Masurovsky testified on June 25, 1997 to the U.S. House Banking Committee that in late 1946 the Allied commissions searching for art the Nazis had looted were unfortunately closed down, and that from August 1944 to July 1946 perhaps thousands of these looted items “found there way out of Europe and into North and South American collections.” He also asked: “Why did the State Department agree to downplay the verifiable amount of looted gold in Switzerland as a means of obtaining ratification of the Washington Accord?”
In answer to the above, remember the role of the Dulles brothers concerning the State Department and vis a vis the Nazis. Allen Dulles had also negotiated deals between the Nazis and the Saudis, and while President Franklin Roosevelt may have not have been allied with all of Dulles’ actions, one should remember what FDR wrote to the Saudi King on April 5, 1945. Relevant to the question of the Jews in Palestine, he wrote: “Your Majesty will also doubtless recall that during our recent conversation I assured you that I would take no action in my capacity as Chief of the Executive Branch of this Government which might prove hostile to the Arab people.” Not long after this letter, FDR was succeeded as president by Harry Truman, who approved of various operations that brought Nazis to the U.S.