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Will the real Chris Ford please stand-up?

Who is the Scotsman who wraps himself in the yellow and blue Ukrainian flag and runs the renamed Ukrainian Solidarity Campaign after dropping any pretence of being Socialist? 1,865 more words


Brainwash Update: How America Recruited, Protected, and Continue to Pay Nazis to this Day

Have you shared this with your friends and family? Do you think it is behind Ebola and the Ottawa shooting? -LW

Abby Martin takes a look at two recent investigative reports from the Associated Press and New York Times, uncovering the recruitment of Nazi spies for the CIA and the US’ policy of giving social security payments to former Nazi leadership.

The Illuminati Plan

More Proof That CIA Hired Mass-Murdering Nazis

Upon publication of my first novel, Murder Of An American Nazi, I was ridiculed in many quarters for having the audaciousness and affrontery to suggest that the CIA hired thousands of Nazis after World War II to help do its dirty work. 746 more words

Where's Your Money Going?

Apparently convicted war criminals are.

Unfortunately, not really surprised. After all, the U.S. grabbed up quite a few Nazis after the war, scrubbed their past, and put them to work for the military. 122 more words


Operation Paperclip

Odessa and Operation Paperclip

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Philip Brennan

This article will hopefully collate everything that I know about post-war plans to help wanted Nazis escape Europe and Justice for their crimes.

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American governments or Nazi scientists, which one is the bad wolf?

Continuously about a week, the news about the Nazis is being put into a certain place on the world agenda. Of course, this is a conscious guidance. 613 more words


Operation Paperclip


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“Project Paperclip” redirects here. For Holocaust project, see Paper Clips Project. For other uses, see Paper clip (disambiguation).

A group of 104 rocket scientists (aerospace engineers) at Fort Bliss, Texas… 3,739 more words