OKLAHOMA CITY BOMBING ANNIVERSARY-PART 2

Monday, April 30, 2012
By Paul Martin

By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
April 30, 2012
NewsWithViews.com

I can’t prove that the Oklahoma City bombing was part of the Secret Nazi Plan about which I have written, but it could be considered as being helpful in the fulfillment of the plan today. Most of the CIA’s covert operations in the part of the world around Pakistan have been run through Pakistani intelligence (ISI). Of interest, and perhaps relevant to the Secret Nazi Plan, is that Germany was key in helping Pakistan get atomic weapons.

Between 200,000 and 300,000 second and third level Nazis went underground in Germany alone during WWII. They would be important in carrying out the Secret Nazi Plan for world control, as would thousands of high level Nazis (e.g., SS members) who spread throughout the world.

The anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing was on April 19, and the BBC show “Conspiracy Files” on March 4, 2007 contained speculation that the instigator of the bombing, Andreas Strassmeir, had ties to U.S. and German intelligence! Strassmeir had served in the German army in the area of intelligence (including disinformation). His father, Gunter, was a member of the Hitler Youth movement (Andreas’ grandfather was a founding member of the Nazi Party), and Chief-of-Staff to German Chancellor Helmut Kohl. In addition, Gunter Strassmeir was the father of the German reunification movement, and German reunification would also play an important part in carrying out the Secret Nazi Plan.

Vincent Petruskie helped Andreas Strassmeir get into the U.S., and Andreas referred to him as “a former CIA [OSS] guy my father had known” in Berlin during WWII. Petruskie had been an Air Force intelligence officer in Viet Nam in the 1960s, and in the counterintelligence division in Washington, D.C. in the 1970s. He introduced Andreas to Black Mountain, N.C. attorney Kirk Lyons, whose grandfather was also a founding member of the Nazi Party.

After Andreas’ discharge from the German Army when he was 27, he flew to Washington, D.C., on April 7, 1989. This was about the same time Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh returned from Germany after his 2-week “Change-Up Program” active-duty assignment with the German Army. Also about this same time, McVeigh was assigned to Ft. Bragg in North Carolina, where double-agent Maj. Ali Mohamed (who worked with the CIA and the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, and trained members of al Qaeda) was located. McVeigh told his sister in a letter that he was one of ten selected out of 400 to be a member of a Special Forces secret team to “work for the government on the domestic, as well as international, fronts” including “helping the CIA fly drugs into the U.S. to fund many covert operations.”

Investigator Bob Fletcher on Radio Liberty (March 20, 2012) related that CIA operative Gary Best had supplied the Contras in Nicaragua with timing instruments that blew up C4 explosives (“Iran-Contra” was a drug money for weapons deal) and was training mercenaries in Azerbaijan (which borders Iran) in the 1990s. Fletcher then revealed that just three months before the Oklahoma City bombing, Best bought a meat company only 1.5 miles from the Alfred P. Murrah federal building in Oklahoma City, and ceremonially on the first anniversary of the bombing of that building filed company bankruptcy papers. Is this all just coincidental?

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