THE POWER ELITE AND THE SECRET NAZI PLAN-PART 22

Monday, December 13, 2010
By Paul Martin

By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
December 13, 2010
NewsWithViews.com

[Note: In the December 20 edition of TIME is a Briefing, “In School, China on the Rise,” which demonstrates the tremendous ignorance of those oblivious to the Power Elite’s (PE’s) master plan for a global techno-feudal system. The Briefing refers to China’s growing “educational prowess” and to a survey which rated the aptitude of 15-year-olds in 65 countries showing teens in Shanghai “far outscoring international peers in reading, math and science.” The Briefing then states: “However, officials acknowledged Shanghai is a magnet for China’s best students and does not represent the entire nation.” Apparently, the Briefing authors are clueless that the disparity is by design in a techno-feudal system where a nation wants a well-educated elite but also a large number of less educated cheap laborers to compete economically in a global system. This is what Frederick Gates, the head of Rockefeller’s General Education Board, said one hundred years ago when his “dream” was not to educate for more doctors, lawyers, etc., but to educate poor rural folk to satisfied with their lot in life—a typical elitist attitude!]

As I stated earlier, there was a major Nazi presence in the Muslim nations of the Middle East during and after WWII. In Part 21 of this series, I mentioned Iraq’s Saddam Hussein (a member of a CIA-supported 6-man assassination team in the late 1950s). According to Chuck Morse in The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism (2003), the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin al-Husseini was put on the Nazi payroll in 1938, and one of his confidants “was Saddam Hussein’s uncle General Kharaillah Tulfah, who would later become Saddam’s guardian, mentor and father-in-law. Clearly Saddam Hussein was tutored in the al-Husseini brand of Muslim-Nazism by his uncle from an early age, and would become one of the most devout and effective practitioners of al-Husseini inspired Nazi pan-Arabism, as his career would attest…. At the conclusion of WWII, al-Husseini would play a key role in what came to be known as Project Odessa, an operation that provided a pipeline for war criminals fleeing justice and making their way into Arab and Latin American countries.”

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