THE POWER ELITE AND THE SECRET NAZI PLAN-PART 18
By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
August 23, 2010
[Note: Perhaps relevant to the recent intense flooding in northwest Pakistan (where the Taliban and Al Qaeda have strongholds) and in China, remember that for years it has been possible to cause intense amounts of rainfall to occur in almost any specifically targeted area of the world.]
In Part 17 of this series, I described the importance of the Nazi Party chief Martin Bormann in carrying out the secret Nazi plan for decades after WWII. I referred to a number of sources in this regard (e.g., William Stevenson’s The Bormann Brotherhood, Louis Kilzer’s Hitler’s Traitor, etc.), but an earlier source I used, Paul Manning (author of Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile) serves as an excellent example of how powerful members of “The Bormann Group” and their supporters within the Power Elite (PE) were decades after WWII.
Note what happened to Manning as he pursued his research for the book and its publication thereafter. According to Don C. Sanders in a review of Manning’s book, Allen Dulles heard of Manning’s work and volunteered to “help” him, but actually tried to misdirect him. Major publisher after publisher were “pressured” not to publish Manning’s manuscript. Finally, Manning found a small publisher, Lyle Stuart, to go to press in 1981. But according to Sanders, “in retaliation, the head of the publishing house had his legs broken the week the book was released and reviews of the book were blocked in major newspaper markets and mainstream publications.” Manning’s research continued with the intent of publishing a follow-up book, In Search of Martin Bormann. However, Sanders wrote that Manning’s son, Jerry, “was senselessly and inexplicably murdered.” This crushed Paul Manning, and he died in 1995.
In addition to the Die Spinne and ODESSA networks (mentioned earlier in this series) helping Nazis to escape, Bormann and other Nazis (e.g., Himmler, Eichmann, Kaltenbrunner, etc.) were probably helped in their escapes by Aktion Birkenbaum (Operation Birch Tree), which produced fake birth certificates, ID cards, marriage licenses, etc. As I indicated in Part 17 of this series, Gen. Reinhard Gehlen tried to have people think Bormann had escaped to the Soviet Union, probably so that Bormann could continue to execute the secret Nazi plan.
Just like Bormann recruited foreign nationals as front men for his corporations he controlled around the world, Gehlen set up fronts for cover companies to fund the global operations of his Gehlen Organization (GO). In addition to these funds, CIA director Allen Dulles also gave the GO $200 million in CIA funds. In 1955, the GO became the West German Government’s intelligence arm, the BND. In 1968, Gehlen retired to his chalet in Bavaria, which reportedly was a gift from Allen Dulles.