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January 23, 2009 By Joseph P. Farrell

Many readers at this site or listeners to my interviews have sent me emails about the story linked below, regarding the possible "medical and genetic" activities of Aushwitz's "Doctor of Death," Joseph Mengele:

The article, based on the research of Latin American journalist Jorge Camarasa, indicates that the doctor of death did indeed continue his medical experiments - on children - in Latin America, based in part on work he did at Chile's notorious Nazi compound, Cologna Dignidad. This confirms a suspicion I've long held about the abduction of children in Latin America, and Nazi activities there.

But the article signifies something else, and something vitally important, something, indeed, that I attempted to stress in my most recent book, Nazi International: that is, that the postwar Nazis were not merely tiny enclaves of war criminals huddled, panic-stricken, together in tiny enclaves in Latin America and elsewhere. They were, on the contrary, highly organized, well-funded, had their own intelligence and security apparatus, and most importantly, were conducting and continuing the lines of research they had begun during the war. While my books have concentrated on the physics aspect of this wartime and postwar research, the possibility that Mengele continued his own research lends a gruesome reality to the Boys from Brazil scenario. It highlights, too, the possible connection of that research to their wartime Bell project and their postwar research in the same physics, for as I indicate in The Philosophers' Stone, the medical component of the Bell project was represented by none other than Dr. Hubertus Strughold, later a highly placed physician within NASA helping to pioneer space medicine. As I also indictae, Strughold's role in the Bell project was to investigate ways of limiting its deadly field effects on humans, so we may assume that his research in Nazi Germany involved "experimentation" on living human subjects.

While Mengele's role in this is obscure at best - indeed, he may have had no role at all - his interest in twins would certainly be of value to an ongoing Bell project and certainly of keen genetic interest in any Nazi racial experimentation in its own right. But for Menegele to have accomplished all this - and the article gives a hint of the sheer scale of this project - he would have to have had five things: (1) lots of financial backing, (2) research facilities and laboratory equipment, (3) lots of security to maintain the project's secrecy, (4) a "supply" of willing or unwilling human subjects, and finally (5) the ability to move fairly freely between one postwar Nazi enclave and another.  We know who provided the finances (Martin Bormann), and we know who probably provided the security (Heinrich Mueller), and we know also who probably provided the administrative oversight of these postwar projects (Hans Kammler).

All this is indeed an indicator that we have but scratched the surface of the scale and scope of the Nazi International's postwar activities and research. But the known indications are enough to cause anxiety to the most sober and calm mind. If one accepts the hypothesis of Richard Hoagland and Mike Bara in their book Dark Mission, that by the time of the Apollo moon landings, the Paperclip Nazis have gained a dominant influence in NASA mission planning, and couple this with the research I present in Nazi International and now with this new article courtesy of the British media and Jorge Camarasa, then we have the following arresting list of postwar Nazi activities: (1) medical and genetic experimentation with the obvious implication of maniupating aspects of the human genetic code, (2) significant Nazi influence inside of NASA, (3) Nazi organization of and participation in postwar terrorist activities, (4) Nazi complicity in the overthrow of Egyptian King Farouk and the installation of Gamal Abdul Nasser in that country,  and then  subsequent Nazi involvement even in Nasser's alliance with the Soviet Union, (5) Nazi training of the militaries, paramilitary cells, and intelligence services in the Middle East, (6) (Neo-?) Nazi participation in the collapse of the Iron curtain in Eastern Europe and the reunification of Germany, (7) Nazi participation in the founding of the Bilderberg group under SS officer and former IG Farben vice president, Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, (8  thus, Nazi involvement in the creation of the European Economic Union and the political union of Europe itself, (9) Nazi intelligence penetration of the West and of the Soviet Union, and manipulation of both blocs' policies, via the military intelligence organization of General Reinhardc Gehlen, and finally (10) ongoing Nazi research in the exotic physics represented by the Bell, research conducted in Argentina, and, we may safely assume, elsewhere, after Richter's fusion project was shut down.

The folly of American policy - and for that matter, of Soviet policy - planners in the immediate post-war period, with their mutual focus on the other's intentions, and their own race to secure their empires, would, on this accounting, seem to be evident even to the most die-hard defenders of their decisions, for the long-term consequences of those decisions are still with us, evident now in the innocence of twin children in Brazil.

There is an ominous parallel between this postwar Nazi diaspora and a similar phenomenon, earlier in German history, that must also be mentioned. When the Bavarian government in the 18th century discovered the real goals and activities of Adam Weishaupt's "Bavarian Illuminati," they of course shut his lodges down. But this had the effect only of dispering his cells throughout the rest of the numerous principalities and duchies and free city states that then comprised "Germany," which itself was nothing more than, really, a region on a map rather than a country in its own right. The result of that dispersal is, as is well known to students of the murkier aspects of European political history, the known involvement of such descendents of Weishaupt's original organization in the revolutions of 1848 and, some would go so far as to see in the "Illuminati diaspora" an influence on the rise of socialist doctrine in the 19th century as well.  With the end of World War Two, then, we have a similar, though much more corrodinated and organized and well-financed dispersal of Nazism throughout Latin America, the Middle East, and a significant and influential penetration of it into sensitive government agencies in North America and the Communist bloc (after all, for a period of time, the Arab desk of the Soviet Foreign Ministry was in the hands of a "former" Nazi).  All this puts Martin Bormann's selection of a place where he bought a house into a rather interesting perspective from which to view his postwar Strategic Evacuation Plan, for as I indicate in SS Brotherhood of the Bell,  he bought it in Ingolstadt, the birthplace of Weishaupt's Illuminati.

....keep that dial right here.....and sleep well!