Nazi International


January 28, 2012 By Joseph P. Farrell

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....