My Facebook friend - we'll call her P.H. - forwarded this very important article to me.

Argentina nabs Iranian-Hizballah cell, aborts third Habad attack

Yes, you read that right, the cell was apparently centered in San Carlos de Bariloche, in Rio Negro province of Argentina. Now, for those of you connecting the dots, Sand Carlos de Bariloche was the headquarters of the Nazi International's postwar "fusion" project under Dr. Ronald Richer (on nearby Huemul Island, which you see in the lake in the picture in the article), and was within 100 miles of the Estancia, the "Ranch", the 10,000 square miles area of one of the largest postwar Nazi compounds, and most likely one of the hangouts of Martin Bormann and, if the recent book Grey Wolf is any indicator, one of the postwar hangouts of Hitler himself.

As I've written in The Nazi International, the postwar Nazis did indeed maintain close contacts with the world of radical Islamicism that they had cultivated prior to and during the war, so this might indicate that this relationship continues to this day.... HOWEVER, the fact that the Argentine intelligence and counterintelligence authorities were successful in shutting down this cell may indicate one of two things (1) that the postwar Nazi International is greatly eviscerated and weakened, and thus no longer a "player," or (2) it might indicate that the Hezbollah cell was in fact "sacrificed" to the Argentine authorities by the same.

Any way one slices it, however, this little news story gives one great food for thought....

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. David Singer on September 5, 2012 at 7:28 pm

    Eisenhower’s remarks at Bariloche 2/29/60.
    ” We will appose with all our strength any outside attempt to enslave or regiment the peoples of any of us.” – Look up entire speech.
    He was referring to the Soviet Menace and the newly spawned Castro export of Leftist/Communist operatives to Latin America.
    Question? Why did he give a speech in such a small out of the way town that no one had heard of? Was he enlisting the Nazi leadership in that area to ally themselves with US anti Castro efforts?
    I heard words to that effect in 1960 from support pilots involved in his trip.

  2. Ed Tarbush on February 8, 2012 at 9:17 pm

    Now the Russians want to talk about the German Antarctic base. But it sounds like they have the wrong location.


  3. Nick on February 7, 2012 at 11:44 am

    Dr Farrell, I just listened to your latest appearance on the Byte Show where you claimed to have found evidence that ‘the Holocaust’ may have been planned long before it was alleged to have taken place. Later in the show you repeat that the Nazis never did anything without a plan.

    I don’t know if you’re aware that this view contradicts the accepted, mainstream view of how ‘the Holocaust’ proceeded?

    Raul Hilberg is without question the world authority on the machinery of ‘the Holocaust’ and the question of how ‘the destruction of European Jewry’ was allegedly effected. In the first edition of his standard work on the subject, THE DESTRUCTION OF THE EUROPEAN JEWS, Hilberg claimed, as you do now, that there existed a plan, and further a system of transportation, camps, execution and a bureaucracy dedicated to the genocide of the Jews. After withering criticism from more responsible historians – commonly labelled ‘Holocaust deniers’ – Hilberg was forced to remove these claims from later editions and even wrote in 1983 that,

    “[…] what began in 1941 was a process of destruction not planned in advance, not organized centrally by any agency. There was no blueprint and there was no budget for destructive measures. They were taken step by step, one step at a time. Thus came not so much a plan being carried out, but an incredible meeting of minds, a consensus-mind reading by a far-flung bureaucracy.”

    If you have unearthed evidence to contradict this later and patently absurd position your money worries are surely over. You have the Holy Grail! Proof of the central claims of the New Religion that the High Priests thus far have been unable to provide.

    If you really have this Kryptonite the New York Times will push you straight to the top of their best seller lists for months to come and you’ll be welcomed onto every major news and entertainment show and will win every book award going, probably even the Nobel Peace Prize.

    That’s if you have the goods…

    • Robert Barricklow on February 8, 2012 at 12:48 pm

      The NYT, aka Her Majesty’s Rag.
      Or a CIA istrument, if you will.

  4. Ed Tarbush on February 4, 2012 at 10:09 pm

    Does the “Grey Wolf” tie together all the speculations of South America and the Nazis?

    • Joseph P. Farrell on February 4, 2012 at 10:26 pm

      …no…it is one scenario among many, but one which, for various reasons, I find difficult to accept. I prefer my own scenario.

      • legioXIV on February 6, 2012 at 9:47 pm

        What’s your take on the Goebbels situation Dr Farrell?

      • legioXIV on February 6, 2012 at 9:50 pm

        In reference to how his suicide fits in to the equation?

  5. MattB on January 30, 2012 at 1:59 am

    I guess we will be further enlightened when Levenda’s new book arrives.

  6. legioXIV on January 29, 2012 at 3:06 pm

    Ah yes, the eternal question, did he or didn’t he? The fuhrer’s escape of course. So much about the whole scenario has bothered me for a long time. The whole situation was a mess.

    We have Stalin seemingly adamant that Hitler escaped. Was he telling the truth or was he playing another one of his mind games?

    Then there are the so called witnesses to the “suicide”. Can they be trusted? After all they were the most loyal of the loyal who stayed with the fuhrer until the end. Telling the truth or covering up?

    Then we have a mysterious flight manifesto I first heard of on this site. A flight to Spain (I think) that involved Hitler and some of his paladins. We also have some German soldiers “seeing” the fuhrer board the plane. Very strange.

    Also the very dangerous flight of Hanna Reitsch and Colonel-General Robert von Greim. Was it all just to handover over command of the wingless Luftwaffe after the “arrest” of Goering? Or was something else going on here? An escape by Reitsch’s Storch perhaps?

    However the most strange event in the scenario of the escape of the fuhrer was the Goebbels situation. Whatever else can be said about the man, he does seem to be the most realistic and rational of the fuhrer’s paladins. He had recognized that the war was lost and the reasons for that. Hitler’s refusal to mobilize Germany for total war until after the July 20 plot. Goebbels did say that “it takes a bomb under Hitler’s ass to get him to do anything”. Despicable man but I love that quote. Goebbels was also the most loyal of the Paladins and so we come to his suicide.

    Would Goebbels have organized the deaths of his family and then committed suicide himself if he knew that the fuhrer had or would escape? I think not. I think he would have wanted to share his beloved fuhrer’s exile. Or was Goebbels deceived? Did he take his life on the belief that the fuhrer had taken his own? Goebbels knew the fuhrer well and would have been able to spot a double instantly. Again, very strange.

    Is it possible that he got away? entirely. Is it probable? perhaps. I don’t know. I personally can’t say either way. However I no longer believe with any certainty that Adolf Hitler died in Berlin on April 30th 1945.

  7. Antoine on January 29, 2012 at 3:29 am

    Has anyone researched this to find other sources to corroborate or disavow this story?

  8. Charles Frith on January 28, 2012 at 9:01 pm

    Aren’t the Bush family post war Nazi Internationals?

  9. Daniel on January 28, 2012 at 3:19 pm

    this is fake. I live in Bariloche. I belong to the jewish community here and we didn’t hear anything. In fact, I personally went to Beit Habad’s and they didn’t know anything either. Also, the doors were all open with no guards. Sorry, FAKE!

    • Joseph P. Farrell on January 28, 2012 at 3:34 pm

      THanks for the heads-up Daniel! I am going to post this to the Facebook version of the article… please keep us posted…!

  10. MattB on January 28, 2012 at 2:44 pm

    Well, well, well. This article is interesting for a variety of reasons.

    “Argentina’s anti-terrorist Federal Special Operations Group, known as T4, waylaid the three terrorists on tips from US and Israeli intelligence. In their possession were incriminating documents and maps.”

    Either great police work, or very convenient. You may be right Joseph, this smells of expendability.

    “….one of the things the investigation seeks to discover THIS TIME is whether the captured Iranian-Hizballah cell was given a safe house, guidance and aid by family members of World War II Nazi criminals who won sanctuary in Argentina.. At the time of the Israeli embassy bombing twenty years ago, the Iranian and Hizballah terrorists were suspected of working hand in glove with local pro-Nazi elements. Argentina, Germany and Israel never confirmed this.”

    ‘Guidance and aid”. The small local remnants of the Nazi International that have since relocated. I would like to know how the source knows the families are Nazi descendants. Wouldn’t the authorities KNOW if the last event involved Nazi elements-GOVERNMENT COVER-UP-Nazis were still there 20 years ago.

    “However, San Carlos de Bariloche is known as a post-1945 Nazi haven. Two books by British writers published in 2011 even claimed that Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun had managed to escape from Berlin and reach safety in this region. This rumor was always denied.”

    Grey Wold and ? I know Peter Levenda has a book coming out this year (have it on order and I can’t wait to read it).
    The ‘rumour’ WAS always denied……has this now changed?

    No Martin Bormann. Interesting that plenty of books have been written about him and this area, why no mention?

    This article is like a tape on a pressure tank, just letting enough through to be ‘truthful’, but not really giving the big picture away.

  11. HAL838 on January 28, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    This book, “Grey Wolf” you refer to is highly unlikely
    as Hitler was a puppet of the capitalists who financed
    ‘him’ as well as his own generals and the others.
    He was a nutcase junkie and stupid to boot, maybe
    brain damaged from the the Great War.

    He was a great ‘showman’ and that was his own and only
    contribution and why others clipped on strings.
    All the rest was more “Let’s Pretend”
    [a rather ubiquitous game it would seem]
    including the fact of fooling himself.

    No one needed him after the war, so why ‘keep’ him?
    Starting the rumors (of his survival) and keeping them
    going may have had is place, but there was no need
    for the real thing especially if he was so delusional.
    He would only have gotten in the way of a so-called
    ‘Fourth Reich.’

    As for the rest.
    I think that the turning point was the Roswell crash
    when the US government forced a collaboration.
    Downhill until the bottom with the death of prince
    barnyard, who was not a crazed junkie.
    They actually lost someone there.

    So I’ll go with the weakened Nazi International
    when the infighting also seemed to escalate.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on January 28, 2012 at 2:30 pm

      Uhm….have you read my Nazi International, where I talk specifically about why Hitler was kept around after the war?

      • MattB on January 28, 2012 at 2:48 pm

        Not to mention that the opposition to ‘Grey Wolf’ online is about 99% ad hominem. I have trolled and trolled through the various forums and there is very little by way of factual arguments that make Grey Wolf obsolete.

        Read Nazi International, it is a fantastic read.Also, follow the footnotes!!!!!!!!

      • HAL838 on January 28, 2012 at 3:21 pm

        Yes, I have, but I don’t recall that or I dismissed it.
        I’ll refresh and get back.

      • HAL838 on January 28, 2012 at 7:07 pm

        Well Joseph, I went over chapter 5 and
        quickly realized why I dismissed it as just more of
        what I’ve heard since I was a kid.

        You seemed to add more convolution to what
        is already a profusion of confusion.
        I’ll stay with Occam’s Razor, although that is not
        with the official version either.

        What I reread that DID impress me was that
        Stalin, someone in which you could find no truth,
        apparently said that he thought Hitler had gotten away.

        I will reiterate my original post and add that
        Hitler would NOT have married Eva Braun to
        escape with her for the same reason he never
        married her prior to that.
        It was known that he was a sexual misfit,
        both physically and psychologically.
        She was a personal companion.

        The USSR got to the bunker first and
        claimed there were too many burned bodies
        to identify, or that none seemed to be Hitler
        at all. I have heard/read many versions of this, too.

        I don’t think that he killed himself or asked
        someone else to do this.
        Stalin’s voiced opinion seems to me to put the
        onus on the Russians, who, after the fall of the USSR,
        claimed to have Hitler’s body.
        They didn’t produce it. Why should they ?
        That story of not being able to identify any of the
        burned bodies was their cover story.

        Now watch me skate on the thinnest part of the ice.
        It was the Russian troops that killed him.

        • MattB on January 28, 2012 at 8:04 pm

          Thin indeed.

          Occam’s Razor is exactly the problem that people like Joseph are highlighting, Lex Parsimoniae is one great presupposition.

          In this case the supposed fewest presuppositions that frame a thesis(Hitler’s suicide etc) doesn’t actually contain the fewest presuppositions. Not to mention that the sources for this story are highly dubious and untestable-that constitutes a ‘conspiracy theory’.

          I am a big fan of Joseph’s reasoned use of prima facia, or what Martin Bernal called ‘competitive plausibility’.

          The Hitler suicide doesn’t satisfy res ipse loquitur once the acid of critical analysis is applied.

          If Daniel could provide some evidence for his comment that would be very interesting-if it is a fake the question is then WHY?

          • HAL838 on January 29, 2012 at 6:50 am

            It’s not as farfetched as you might at first think.

            I never heard a dispute on the Russians getting to the bunker first.
            And think of it !
            No matter what activity or lack thereof was going on,
            ‘Hitler’ had devastated their country.
            Killed so many of their fellows.

            Even if they weren’t under orders to do so,
            if they found him and found him alive,
            the Russian troops would surely have done so,
            bringing their prize back home.

          • HAL838 on January 29, 2012 at 7:01 am

            I’m intellectually ‘in love’ with Joseph, too.

            But I’m not a person that can be impressed by anyone.
            Even the True Nature of the Universe and what it really is,
            is old news to me and no longer impresses me.
            It is what It is.


            I make mistaken conjectures, too!!!
            Neither of us [or anyone else] walks on water,
            even though it is technically possible.
            Even that would not impress me, although it would
            pique my curiosity.
            I guess I am either just that dull or
            have ‘seen’ it all [almost]

    • LSM on January 29, 2012 at 9:42 am

      “maybe brain damaged from the the Great War”

      Hi Hal,

      according to Peter Levenda in his very-well researched work “Unholy Alliance” Hitler was a victim of mustard gas in WW1 and afterward twice became temporarily blind- good possibility it also affected his mental faculties


      • HAL838 on January 29, 2012 at 10:54 am

        Quite !
        That’s what I was referring to.

      • legioXIV on January 29, 2012 at 10:07 pm

        That and growing up with an abusive father and having spent 4 years on the front lines, would certainly derange anyone, even to a minor degree. However Hitler was by no means a stupid man, delusional yes but stupid no.
        As for Russian soldiers having shot/killed Hitler whilst over running the bunker, I would have thought that would have called for a gold star and the title of Hero of the Soviet Union. If so why hide it?

        • HAL838 on January 30, 2012 at 7:05 am

          Hide it?
          Because the other allies might have wanted to take him alive.
          War is not a neat thing and we close our eyes to so
          many things, especially when our own are guilty.

          Maybe the Russians were secretly commended…
          would we know (?)

          And Stalin?
          I wonder if he had a twinkle in his eye when
          he commented on Hitler’s escape (?)

    • Robert Barricklow on January 29, 2012 at 10:40 am

      Anybody familiar with Greg Hallett’s work, which supports Hitler’s escape?

      • HAL838 on January 29, 2012 at 10:56 am

        Another debate with no end, until THE end (?)

        • Robert Barricklow on January 29, 2012 at 12:29 pm

          I’ve read and listened to some of his work. He does appear to have an ‘inside track’. Whether it’s 90 proof, is another matter.

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