Financial Problems Solved

After the First World War Germany was defeated and penniless. The Treaty of Versailles imposed a huge financial burden. People were starving. Revolution was very possible. The communists were active in taking over. Then Adolf managed to sort out German finances. This is the first source I have found that makes sense about how he did it. Given that this article comes from the Pakistan Daily, which is not under direct Jewish influence and that the Main Stream Media in the West,  which is heavily influenced by Jews have not been forthcoming it is tempting to see their silence as part of a conspiracy.

Labour Treasury Certificates are alleged to have been the method used. In fact they seem to be a figment of the imagination.  Labour Treasury Certificates leads to the real source which was the Metallurgische Forschungsgesellschaft or Metallurgical Research Association, an excuse for secret funding of rearmament.

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Hitler’s freedom from International Debt Slavery
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Friday, 15 May 2009 00:00
It is always difficult to have a discussion on the topic of WW II Germany, and Hitler, without having emotions run high. And Understandably so. We do not believe that there is a world plot in place by those of the Jewish faith to dominate the world. We do however suspect that there is a plot in place by the major financiers and financial institutions, to control.

History is written by the victors” - W. Churchill

An interesting perspective on World War II, and the players involved.

Many people take joy in saying Wall Street and Jewish bankers “financed Hitler.” There is plenty of documented evidence that Wall Street and Jewish bankers did indeed help finance Hitler at first, partly because it allowed the bankers to get rich (as I will describe below) and partly in order to control Stalin. However, when Germany broke free from the bankers, the bankers declared a world war against Germany.

When we look at all the facts, the charge that “Jews financed Hitler” becomes irrelevant. Los Angeles Attorney Ellen Brown discusses this topic in her book Web of Debt

When Hitler came to power, Germany was hopelessly broke. The Treaty of Versailles [ See Versailles Treaty ] had imposed crushing reparations on the German people, demanding that Germans repay every nation’s costs of the war. These costs totaled three times the value of all the property in Germany. Private currency speculators caused the German mark to plummet, precipitating one of the worst runaway inflations in modern times. A wheelbarrow full of 100 billion-mark banknotes could not buy a loaf of bread. The national treasury was empty. Countless homes and farms were lost to speculators and to private banks. Germans lived in hovels. They were starving.

Nothing like this had ever happened before - the total destruction of the national currency, plus the wiping out of people’s savings and businesses. On top of this came a global depression. Germany had no choice but to succumb to debt slavery under international bankers until 1933, when the National Socialists came to power.

At that point the German government thwarted the international banking cartels by issuing its own money. World Jewry responded by declaring a global boycott against Germany. Hitler began a national credit program by devising a plan of public works that included flood control, repair of public buildings and private residences, and construction of new roads, bridges, canals, and port facilities. All these were paid for with money that no longer came from the private international bankers.

The projected cost of these various programs was fixed at one billion units of the national currency. To pay for this, the German government (not the international bankers) issued bills of exchange, called Labour Treasury Certificates. In this way the National Socialists put millions of people to work, and paid them with Treasury Certificates. Under the National Socialists, Germany’s money wasn’t backed by gold (which was owned by the international bankers). It was essentially a receipt for labor and materials delivered to the government. Hitler said, “For every mark issued, we required the equivalent of a mark’s worth of work done, or goods produced.” The government paid workers in Certificates. Workers spent those Certificates on other goods and services, thus creating more jobs for more people. In this way the German people climbed out of the crushing debt imposed on them by the international bankers.

Within two years, the unemployment problem had been solved, and Germany was back on its feet. It had a solid, stable currency, with no debt, and no inflation, at a time when millions of people in the United States and other Western countries (controlled by international bankers) were still out of work. Within five years, Germany went from the poorest nation in Europe to the richest. Germany even managed to restore foreign trade, despite the international bankers’ denial of foreign credit to Germany, and despite the global boycott by Jewish-owned industries. Germany succeeded in this by exchanging equipment and commodities directly with other countries, using a barter system that cut the bankers out of the picture. Germany flourished, since barter eliminates national debt and trade deficits. (Venezuela does the same thing today when it trades oil for commodities, plus medical help, and so on. Hence the bankers are trying to squeeze Venezuela.)

Germany’s economic freedom was short-lived; but it left several monuments, including the famous Autobahn, the world’s first extensive superhighway. Hjalmar Schacht, a Rothschild agent who was temporarily head of the German central bank, summed it up thus… An American banker had commented, “Dr. Schacht, you should come to America. We’ve lots of money and that’s real banking.” Schacht replied, “You should come to Berlin. We don’t have money. That’s real banking.” (Schacht, the Rothschild agent, actually supported the private international bankers against Germany, and was rewarded by having all charges against him dropped at the Nuremberg trials.)

This economic freedom made Hitler extremely popular with the German people. Germany was rescued from English economic theory, which says that all currency must be borrowed against the gold owned by a private and secretive banking cartel — such as the Federal Reserve, or the Central Bank of Europe — rather than issued by the government for the benefit of the people. Canadian researcher Dr. Henry Makow (who is Jewish himself) says the main reason why the bankers arranged for a world war against Germany was that Hitler sidestepped the bankers by creating his own money, thereby freeing the German people. Worse, this freedom and prosperity threatened to spread to other nations. Hitler had to be stopped!

Makow quotes from the 1938 interrogation of #C.G. Christian Rakovsky, one of the founders of Soviet Bolshevism and a Trotsky intimate. Rakovsky was tried in show trials in the USSR under Stalin. According to Rakovsky, Hitler was at first funded by the international bankers, through the bankers’ agent Hjalmar Schacht. The bankers financed Hitler in order to control Stalin, who had usurped power from their agent Trotsky. Then Hitler became an even bigger threat than Stalin when Hitler started printing his own money. (Stalin came to power in 1922, which was eleven years before Hitler came to power.)

Rakovsky said:

“Hitler took over the privilege of manufacturing money, and not only physical moneys, but also financial ones. He took over the machinery of falsification and put it to work for the benefit of the people. Can you possibly imagine what would have come if this had infected a number of other states?” (Henry Makow, “Hitler Did Not Want War,” March 21, 2004).

Economist Henry C K Liu writes of Germany’s remarkable transformation:

“The Nazis came to power in 1933 when the German economy was in total collapse, with ruinous war-reparation obligations and zero prospects for foreign investment or credit. Through an independent monetary policy of sovereign credit and a full-employment public-works program, the Third Reich was able to turn a bankrupt Germany, stripped of overseas colonies, into the strongest economy in Europe within four years, even before armament spending began.” ( Henry C. K. Liu, “Nazism and the German Economic Miracle,” Asia Times (May 24, 2005).

Billions for the bankers: Debts for the people (1984), Sheldon Emry commented:

“Germany issued debt-free and interest-free money from 1935 on, which accounts for Germany’s startling rise from the depression to a world power in five years. The German government financed its entire operations from 1935 to 1945 without gold, and without debt. It took the entire Capitalist and Communist world to destroy the German revolution, and bring Europe back under the heel of the Bankers.”

These facts do not appear in any textbooks today. What does appear is the disastrous runaway inflation suffered in 1923 by the Weimar Republic, which governed Germany from 1919 to 1933. Today’s textbooks use this inflation to twist truth into its opposite. They cite the radical devaluation of the German mark as an example of what goes wrong when governments print their own money, rather than borrow it from private cartels.

In reality, the Weimar financial crisis began with the impossible reparations payments imposed at the Treaty of Versailles. Hjalmar Schacht who was never a Nazi Party member either and now it appears clear why that was the case – the Rothschild agent who was currency commissioner for the Republic — opposed letting the German government print its own money…
“The Treaty of Versailles is a model of ingenious measures for the economic destruction of Germany. Germany could not find any way of holding its head above the water, other than by the inflationary expedient of printing bank notes.”

Schacht echoes the textbook lie that Weimar inflation was caused when the German government printed its own money. However, in his 1967 book The Magic of Money, Schacht let the cat out of the bag by revealing that it was the PRIVATELY-OWNED Reich bank, not the German government, that was pumping new currency into the economy. Thus, the PRIVATE BANK caused the Weimar hyper-inflation.

Like the U.S. Federal Reserve, the Reich bank was overseen by appointed government officials, but was operated for private gain. What drove the wartime inflation into hyperinflation was speculation by foreign investors, who sold the mark short, betting on its decreasing value. In the manipulative device known as the short sale, speculators borrow something they don’t own, sell it, and then “cover” by buying it back at the lower price.

Speculation in the German mark was made possible because the PRIVATELY OWNED Reich bank (not yet under Nazi control) made massive amounts of currency available for borrowing. This currency, like U.S. currency today, was created with accounting entries on the bank’s books. Then the funny-money was lent at compound interest. When the Reich bank could not keep up with the voracious demand for marks, other private banks were allowed to create marks out of nothing, and to lend them at interest. The result was runaway debt and inflation.

Thus, according to Schacht himself, the German government did not cause the Weimar hyperinflation. On the contrary, the government (under the National Socialists) got hyperinflation under control. The National Socialists put the Reich bank under strict government regulation, and took prompt corrective measures to eliminate foreign speculation. One of those measures was to eliminate easy access to funny-money loans from private banks. Then Hitler got Germany back on its feet by having the public government issue Treasury Certificates.

Schacht, the Rothschild agent, disapproved of this government fiat money, and wound up getting fired as head of the Reich bank when he refused to issue it. Nonetheless, he acknowledged in his later memoirs that allowing the government to issue the money it needed did not produce the price inflation predicted by classical economic theory, which says that currency must be borrowed from private cartels.

What causes hyper-inflation is uncontrolled speculation. When speculation is coupled with debt (owed to private banking cartels) the result is disaster. On the other hand, when a government issues currency in carefully measured ways, it causes supply and demand to increase together, leaving prices unaffected. Hence there is no inflation, no debt, no unemployment, and no need for income taxes.

Naturally this terrifies the bankers, since it eliminates their powers. It also terrifies the internationalists, since their control of banking allows them to buy the media, the government, and everything else.

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Jason says:
May 10, 2009 at 4:25 am
The Origins of World War 2
The unexpected views of four key diplomats who were close to events

Just consider the following:
Joseph P. Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Britain during the years immediately preceding WW2 was the father of the famous American Kennedy dynasty. James Forrestal the first US Secretary of Defense (1947-1949) quotes him as saying “Chamberlain (the British Prime Minister) stated that America and the world Jews had forced England into the war”. (The Forrestal Diaries ed. Millis, Cassell 1952 p129).

Count Jerzy Potocki, the Polish Ambassador in Washington, in a report to the Polish Foreign Office in January 1939, is quoted approvingly by the highly respected British military historian Major-General JFC Fuller. Concerning public opinion in America he says “Above all, propaganda here is entirely in Jewish hands…when bearing public ignorance in mind, their propaganda is so effective that people have no real knowledge of the true state of affairs in Europe… It is interesting to observe that in this carefully thought-out campaign… no reference at all is made to Soviet Russia. If that country is mentioned, it is referred to in a friendly manner and people are given the impression that Soviet Russia is part of the democratic group of countries… Jewry was able not only to establish a dangerous centre in the New World for the dissemination of hatred and enmity, but it also succeeded in dividing the world into two warlike camps…President Roosevelt has been given the power.. to create huge reserves in armaments for a future war which the Jews are deliberately heading for.” (Fuller, JFC: The Decisive Battles of the Western World vol 3 pp 372-374.)

Hugh Wilson, the American Ambassador in Berlin until 1938, the year before the war broke out, found anti-Semitism in Germany ‘understandable’. This was because before the advent of the Nazis, “the stage, the press, medicine and law were crowded with Jews…among the few with money to splurge, a high proportion were Jews…the leaders of the Bolshevist movement in Russia, a movement desperately feared in Germany, were Jews. One could feel the spreading resentment and hatred.” (Hugh Wilson: Diplomat between the Wars, Longmans 1941, quoted in Leonard Mosley, Lindbergh, Hodder 1976).

Sir Nevile Henderson, British Ambassador in Berlin ‘said further that the hostile attitude in Great Britain was the work of Jews and enemies of the Nazis, which was what Hitler thought himself’ (Taylor, AJP: The Origins of the Second World War Penguin 1965, 1987 etc p 324).

Is all of this merely attributable to antisemitism?

The economic background to the war is necessary for a fuller understanding, before casting judgement on the originators of these viewpoints.

At the end of the First World War, Germany was essentially tricked see Paul Johnson A History of the Modern World (1983) p24 and H Nicholson Peacemaking 1919 (1933) pp13-16 into paying massive reparations to France and other economic competitors and former belligerent countries in terms of the so-called Treaty of Versailles, thanks to the liberal American President Woodrow Wilson. Germany was declared to be solely responsible for the war, in spite of the fact that ‘Germany did not plot a European war, did not want one, and made genuine efforts, though too belated, to avert one.’ (Professor Sydney B Fay The Origins of the World War (vol. 2 p 552)).

As a result of these massive enforced financial reparations, by 1923 the situation in Germany became desperate and inflation on an astronomical scale became the only way out for the government. Printing presses were engaged to print money around the clock. In 1921 the exchange rate was 75 marks to the dollar. By 1924 this had become about 5 trillion marks to the dollar. This virtually destroyed the German middle class (Koestler The God that Failed p 28), reducing any bank savings to a virtual zero.

According to Sir Arthur Bryant the British historian (Unfinished Victory (1940 pp. 136-144):

‘It was the Jews with their international affiliations and their hereditary flair for finance who were best able to seize such opportunities.. They did so with such effect that, even in November 1938, after five years of anti-Semitic legislation and persecution, they still owned, according to the Times correspondent in Berlin, something like a third of the real property in the Reich. Most of it came into their hands during the inflation.. But to those who had lost their all this bewildering transfer seemed a monstrous injustice. After prolonged sufferings they had now been deprived of their last possessions. They saw them pass into the hands of strangers, many of whom had not shared their sacrifices and who cared little or nothing for their national standards and traditions.. The Jews obtained a wonderful ascendancy in politics, business and the learned professions (in spite of constituting) less than one percent of the population.. The banks, including the Reichsbank and the big private banks, were practically controlled by them. So were the publishing trade, the cinema, the theatres and a large part of the press – all the normal means, in fact, by which public opinion in a civilized country is formed.. The largest newspaper combine in the country with a daily circulation of four millions was a Jewish monopoly.. Every year it became harder and harder for a gentile to gain or keep a foothold in any privileged occupation.. At this time it was not the ‘Aryans’ who exercised racial discrimination. It was a discrimination that operated without violence. It was exercised by a minority against a majority. There was no persecution, only elimination.. It was the contrast between the wealth enjoyed – and lavishly displayed – by aliens of cosmopolitan tastes, and the poverty and misery of native Germans, that has made anti-Semitism so dangerous and ugly a force in the new Europe. Beggars on horseback are seldom popular, least of all with those whom they have just thrown out of the saddle.’

Goodness gracious, Sir Arthur! What made you get out of the wrong side of the bed?

Strangely enough, a book unexpectedly published by Princeton University Press in 1984, Sarah Gordon (Hitler, Germans and the “Jewish Question”) essentially confirms what Bryant says. According to her, ‘Jews were never a large percentage of the total German population; at no time did they exceed 1% of the population during the years 1871-1933.’ But she adds ‘Jews were over-represented in business, commerce, and public and private service.. They were especially visible in private banking in Berlin, which in 1923 had 150 private Jewish banks, as opposed to only 11 private non-Jewish banks.. They owned 41% of iron and scrap iron firms and 57% of other metal businesses.. Jews were very active in the stock market, particularly in Berlin, where in 1928 they comprised 80% of the leading members of the stock exchange. By 1933, when the Nazis began eliminating Jews from prominent positions, 85% of the brokers on the Berlin Stock exchange were dismissed because of their “race”.. At least a quarter of full professors and instructors (at German universities) had Jewish origins.. In 1905-6 Jewish students comprised 25% of the law and medical students.. In 1931, 50% of the 234 theatre directors in Germany were Jewish, and in Berlin the number was 80%.. In 1929 it was estimated that the per capita income of Jews in Berlin was twice that of other Berlin residents..’ etc etc.

Arthur Koestler confirms the Jewish over-involvement in German publishing. ‘Ullstein’s was a kind of super-trust; the largest organization of its kind in Europe, and probably In the world. They published four daily papers in Berlin alone, among these the venerable Vossische Zeitung, founded in the eighteenth century, and the B.Z. am Mittag, an evening paper.. Apart from these, Ullstein’s published more than a dozen weekly and monthly periodicals, ran their own news service, their own travel agency, etc., and were one of the leading book publishers. The firm was owned by the brothers Ullstein - they were five, like the original Rothschild brothers, and like them also, they were Jews.’ (The God that Failed (1950) ed. RHS Crossman, p 31).

Edgar Mowrer, Berlin correspondent for the Chicago Daily News, wrote an anti-German tract called Germany Puts the Clock Back (published as a Penguin Special and reprinted five times between December 1937 and April 1938). He nevertheless notes ‘In the all-important administration of Prussia, any number of strategic positions came into the hands of Hebrews.. A telephone conversation between three Jews in Ministerial offices could result in the suspension of any periodical or newspaper in the state.. The Jews came in Germany to play in politics and administration that same considerable part that they had previously won by open competition in business, trade, banking, the Press, the arts, the sciences and the intellectual and cultural life of the country. And thereby the impression was strengthened that Germany, a country with a mission of its own, had fallen into the hands of foreigners.’

Mowrer says ‘No one who lived through the period from 1919 to 1926 is likely to forget the sexual promiscuity that prevailed.. Throughout a town like Berlin, hotels and pensions made vast fortunes by letting rooms by the hour or day to baggageless, unregistered guests. Hundreds of cabarets, pleasure resorts and the like served for purposes of getting acquainted and acquiring the proper mood..’ (pp. 153-4). Bryant describes throngs of child prostitutes outside the doors of the great Berlin hotels and restaurants. He adds ‘Most of them (the night clubs and vice-resorts) were owned and managed by Jews. And it was the Jews.. among the promoters of this trade who were remembered in after years.’ (pp. 144-5).

Douglas Reed, Chief Central European correspondent before WWII for the London Times, was profoundly anti-German and anti-Hitler. But nevertheless he reported: ‘I watched the Brown Shirts going from shop to shop with paint pots and daubing on the window panes the word “Jew”, in dripping red letters. The Kurfürstendamm was to me a revelation. I knew that Jews were prominent in business life, but I did not know that they almost monopolized important branches of it. Germany had one Jew to one hundred gentiles, said the statistics; but the fashionable Kurfürstendamm, according to the dripping red legends, had about one gentile shop to ninety-nine Jewish ones.’ (Reed Insanity Fair (1938) p. 152-3). In Reed’s book Disgrace Abounding of the following year he notes ‘In the Berlin (of pre-Hitler years) most of the theatres were Jewish-owned or Jewish-leased, most of the leading film and stage actors were Jews, the plays performed were often by German, Austrian or Hungarian Jews and were staged by Jewish film producers, applauded by Jewish dramatic critics in Jewish newspapers.. The Jews are not cleverer than the Gentiles, if by clever you mean good at their jobs. They ruthlessly exploit the common feeling of Jews, first to get a foothold in a particular trade or calling, then to squeeze the non-Jews out of it.. It is not true that Jews are better journalists than Gentiles. They held all the posts on those Berlin papers because the proprietors and editors were Jewish’ (pp238-9).

The Jewish writer Edwin Black notes ‘For example, in Berlin alone, about 75% of the attorneys and nearly as many of the doctors were Jewish.’ (Black, The Transfer Agreement (1984) p58.

To cap it all, Jews were perceived as dangerous enemies of Germany after Samuel Untermeyer, the leader of the World Jewish Economic Federation, declared war on Germany on August 6 1933. (Edwin Black The Transfer Agreement: the Untold Story of the Secret Pact between the Third Reich and Palestine (1984) pp272-277) According to Black, ‘The one man who most embodied the potential death blow to Germany was Samuel Untermeyer.’ (p 369). This was the culmination of a worldwide boycott of German goods led by international Jewish organizations. The London Daily Express on March 24, 1933 carried the headline Judea Declares War on Germany. The boycott was particularly motivated by the German imposition of the Nuremberg Laws, which ironically were similar in intent and content to the Jewish cultural exclusivism practiced so visibly in present-day Israel (Hannah Arendt Eichmann in Jerusalem p 7).

Hitler saw the tremendous danger posed to Germany by Communism. He appreciated the desperate need to eliminate this threat, a fact that earned him the immense hatred and animosity of the Jewish organisations and the media and politicians of the west which they could influence. After all, according to the Jewish writer Chaim Bermant, although Jews formed less than five percent of Russia’s population, they formed more than fifty percent of its revolutionaries. According to the Jewish writer Chaim Bermant in his book The Jews (1977, chapter 8):

‘It must be added that most of the leading revolutionaries who convulsed Europe in the final decades of the last century and the first decades of this one, stemmed from prosperous Jewish families.. They were perhaps typified by the father of revolution, Karl Marx.. Thus when, after the chaos of World War I, revolutions broke out all over Europe, Jews were everywhere at the helm; Trotsky, Sverdlov, Kamenev and Zinoviev in Russia, Bela Kun in Hungary, Kurt Eisner in Bavaria, and, most improbable of all, Rosa Luxemburg in Berlin.

‘To many outside observers, the Russian revolution looked like a Jewish conspiracy, especially when it was followed by Jewish-led revolutionary outbreaks in much of central Europe. The leadership of the Bolshevik Party had a preponderance of Jews.. Of the seven members of the Politburo, the inner cabinet of the country, four, Trotsky (Bronstein), Zinoviev (Radomsky), Kamenev (Rosenfeld) and Sverdlov, were Jews.’ Other authors agree with this:

“There has been a tendency to circumvent or simply ignore the significant role of Jewish intellectuals in the German Communist Party, and thereby seriously neglect one of the genuine and objective reasons for increased anti-Semitism during and after World War 1.. The prominence of Jews in the revolution and early Weimar Republic is indisputable, and this was a very serious contributing cause for increased anti-Semitism in post-war years.. It is clear then that the stereotype of Jews as socialists and communists.. led many Germans to distrust the Jewish minority as a whole and to brand Jews as enemies of the German nation.” (Sarah Gordon Hitler, Germans and the ‘Jewish Question’ Princeton University Press (1984) p 23).

“The second paroxysm of strong anti-Semitism came after the critical role of Jews in International Communism and the Russian Revolution and during the economic crises of the 1920s and 30s… Anti-Semitism intensified throughout Europe and North America following the perceived and actual centrality of Jews in the Russian Revolution.. Such feelings were not restricted to Germany, or to vulgar extremists like the Nazis. All over Northern Europe and North America, anti-Semitism became the norm in ‘nice society’, and ‘nice society’ included the universities.” (Martin Bernal, Black Athena vol. 1 pp. 367, 387).

“The major role Jewish leaders played in the November (Russian) revolution was probably more important than any other factor in confirming (Hitler’s) anti-Semitic beliefs.” (J&S Pool, Who Financed Hitler, p.164).

Hitler came to power in Germany with two main aims, the rectification of the unjust provisions of the Versailles Treaty, and the destruction of the Soviet/ Communist threat to Germany. Strangely enough, contrary to the mythology created by those who had an opposing ethnic agenda, he had no plans or desire for a larger war of conquest. Professor AJP Taylor showed this in his book The Origins of the Second World War, to the disappointment of the professional western political establishment. Taylor says, “The state of German armament in 1939 gives the decisive proof that Hitler was not contemplating general war, and probably not intending war at all” (p.267), and “Even in 1939 the German army was not equipped for a prolonged war; and in 1940 the German land forces were inferior to the French in everything except leadership” (p104-5). What occurred in Europe in 1939-41 was the result of unforeseen weaknesses and a tipping of the balance of power, and Hitler was an opportunist ‘who took advantages whenever they offered themselves’ (Taylor). Britain and France declared war on Germany, not the other way around. Hitler wanted peace with Britain, as the German generals admitted (Basil Liddell Hart, The Other Side of the Hill 1948, Pan Books 1983) with regard to the so-called Halt Order at Dunkirk, where Hitler had the opportunity to capture the entire British Army, but chose not to. Liddell Hart, one of Britain’s most respected military historians, quotes the German General von Blumentritt with regard to this Halt Order:

“He (Hitler) then astonished us by speaking with admiration of the British Empire, of the necessity for its existence, and of the civilisation that Britain had brought into the world. He remarked, with a shrug of the shoulders, that the creation of its Empire had been achieved by means that were often harsh, but ‘where there is planning, there are shavings flying’. He compared the British Empire with the catholic Church – saying they were both essential elements of stability in the world. He said that all he wanted from Britain was that she should acknowledge Germany’s position on the Continent. The return of Germany’s colonies would be desirable but not essential, and he would even offer to support Britain with troops if she should be involved in difficulties anywhere..” (p 200).

According to Liddell Hart, “At the time we believed that the repulse of the Luftwaffe in the ‘Battle over Britain’ had saved her. That is only part of the explanation, the last part of it. The original cause, which goes much deeper, is that Hitler did not want to conquer England. He took little interest in the invasion preparations, and for weeks did nothing to spur them on; then, after a brief impulse to invade, he veered around again and suspended the preparations. He was preparing, instead, to invade Russia” (p140).

David Irving in the foreword to his book The Warpath (1978) refers to “the discovery.. that at no time did this man (Hitler) pose or intend a real threat to Britain or the Empire.”

This gives a completely different complexion, not only to the war, but to the successful suppression of this information during the war and afterwards. Historians today know only too well where the boundaries lie within which they can paint their pictures of the war and its aftermath, and the consequences of venturing beyond those boundaries, irrespective of the evidence. Unfortunately, only too few of them have been prepared to have the courage to break out of this dreadful straitjacket of official and unofficial censorship.



Marnus Hugo
May 28, 2009
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This is the first article I have read about Hitler that make sense. The Jewish powers in the world really wants to put everyone in so much debt, thus enslaving us to them.


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Dr. Jones
May 24, 2009
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Excellent article, well researched and written. Such deception and mendacity is very much alive today, for example the continuous attempts to cause war between Pakistan and India, via attacks on one and the assignment of blame upon the other.

Look to history, true history that is, and you will soon see the REAL enemy.

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Arameüs Dessar.
May 23, 2009
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A remarkable and true piece of history; well done!! If we like to know more about the (secret) history of the Jews, than there is a book available. It is a kind of encyclopedia, entitled The Synagogue of Satan by Andrew Carrington Hitchcock. Mr. Hitchcock gives a detailled record about what in reallity hapened in the early days of jewish history , thing whereof the established media not dare to write or say about.

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Christian Rakovsky
It seems that Rakovsky was one of the founders of Bolshevism. He warrants a mention in The Bolshevik revolution, 1917-1918: documents and materials in a foot note on page 463 as the author of Roumania and Bessarabia, London, 1925 - Roumania and Bessarabia
and at
Leon Trotsky: The Stalin School of Falsification (Origins of the Legend of Trotskyism)




J. Landowsky
Translator :  George Knupffer


The material here given is a translation of Ch. XL of a book which appeared in Madrid

in Spanish as “Sinfonia en Rojo Mayor,” and is now past its 11th Edition, produced

by Editorial E.R.S.A. under the well-known publisher Senor Don Mauricio Carlavilla,

who has very kindly agreed to this English translation and publication.  As soon

as possible the full book of over 800 pp. will follow.

The given chapter is of immense importance.  It is here translated from a Russian edition as well as from the Spanish.  It is a complete material on its own.

The translator’s own book on “The Struggle for World Power” also deals with the whole problem of super-power and global enslavement through the masters of both usury-Capitalism and terroristic Communism, which are both the tools of the same forces and serving the same purpose.  The book has been published in Madrid in Spanish by Senor Carlavilla as “La Lucha por el Poder Mundial.”

In the present work we see this whole story brilliantly described and proved by one of the major exponents of the subversive take-over of the world, Christian G. Rakovsky, one of the founders of Soviet Bolshevism and also a victim of the show trials just before the last war under Stalin.  This is a document of historical importance and nobody who wants to be well-informed should fail to read and recommend it.  Not to know the thesis here described is to know and understand nothing concerning the chief events and prospects of our time.

In the Spanish book Senor Carlavilla explains the origin of the material in question.  He says :

“This is the result of a painstaking translation of several copybooks found on the body of Dr. Landowsky in a hut on the Petrograd front (Leningrad) by a Spanish volunteer.

“He brought them to us.  In view of the condition of the manuscripts, their restoration was a long and tiring job, lasting several years.  For a long time we were not sure if they could be published..  So extraordinary and unbelievable were his final disclosures that we would never have dared to publish these memoirs if the persons and events mentioned had not accorded fully with the facts.

“Before these reminiscences saw the light of day we prepared ourselves for proofs and polemics.  We answer fully and personally for the veracity of the basic facts.

“Let us see if anyone will be able to disprove them. . .”

Dr. Landowsky was a Russianized Pole and lived in Russia.  His father, a Colonel of the Russian Imperial Army, was shot by the Bolsheviks during the 1917 revolution.  The life-story of Dr. Landowsky is astonishing.  He finished the Faculty of Medicine in Russia before the revolution and then studied two years at the Sorbonne in Paris, and he spoke fluent French.  He was interested in the effects of drugs on the human organism, to help surgeons in operations.  Being a talented doctor, he carried out experiments in this field and had achieved considerable results.

However, after the revolution all roads were closed to him.  He lived with his family in great need, earning a living by chance jobs.  Not being able to publish learned papers in his own name, he permitted a more fortunate colleague to publish them in his own name.

The all-seeing NKVD (secret police) became interested in these works and easily discovered the real author.  His speciality was very valuable for them.  One day in 1936 there was a knock at the doctor’s door.  He was invited to follow, and he was never again allowed to rejoin his family.  He was placed in the building of the chemical laboratory of the NKVD near Moscow.  He lived there and was forced to carry out various jobs given him by his masters, he was a witness at questionings, tortures and the most terrible happenings and crimes.  Twice he was abroad, but always under control, as a prisoner.  He knew and suffered much, especially as he was a decent and religious man.  He had the courage to keep notes of what he has seen and heard, and he kept whenever possible such documents and letters as passed through his hands, hiding all this in the hollow legs of his table in the chemical laboratory.  So he lived until the Second World War.  How he came to Petrograd and how he was killed is not known.

The document given below is an exact recorded report of the questioning of the former Ambassador in France, C.G. Rakovsky during the period of the trials of the Trotzkyists in the USSR in 1938, when he was tried together with Bukharin, Rykoff, Yagoda, Karakhan, Dr. Levin and others.

Insofar as the accused Rakovsky made it clear, having in mind the sparing of his life, that he could give information about matters of very special interest, Stalin gave orders to his foreign agent to carry out the questioning.

It is known that Rakovsky was sentenced to be shot, like the others, but was reprieved and given 20 years of prison.

Very interesting is the description of the above mentioned agent.  This was a certain René Duval (also known as Gavriil Gavriilovitch Kus’min), the son of a millionaire, very good looking and talented.  He studied in France.  His widowed mother adored him.  But the young man was carried away by Communist propaganda and fell into the hands of their agency.  They suggested that he should study in Moscow, and he gladly accepted the proposal.  He passed through the severe school of the NKVD and became a foreign agent, and when he wanted to change his mind, it was too late.  They do not let people out of their grip.  By the exercise of will-power he reached the “heights of evil,” as he called it, and enjoyed the full confidence of Stalin himself.

The questioning took place in French by this agent.  The doctor was present in order to put drug pills unnoticed into the glass of Rakovsky, to induce energy and a good mood.  Behind the wall the conversation was registered on apparatus, and the technician who operated it did not understand French.  Then Dr. Landowsky had to translate into Russian, with two copies, for Stalin and Gabriel.  Secretly he dared to make a third carbon copy, which he hid away.

* * *



I returned to the laboratory.  My nervous system bothered me and I prescribed myself complete rest.  I am in bed almost the whole day.  Here I am quite alone for already four days.

Gabriel enquired about me every day.  He has to reckon with my condition.  At the mere thought that they could again send me to the Lubianka (Moscow HQ of the secret police) to be present at a new scene of terror I become excited and tremble.  I am ashamed of belonging to the human race.  How low have people fallen ! How low have I fallen !

* * *

These lines are all I was able to write after five days following my return from the Lubianka, when trying to describe on paper the horror, and thereby interrupting the chronological order of my notes.  I could not write.  Only after several months, when Summer began, I was able calmly and simply to set out all that I had seen, disgusting, vicious, evil.

During these past months I asked myself a thousand times the same question :  “Who were the people who were anonymously present at the torture?”  I strained all my intuitive and deductive capabilities.  Was it Ezhov ?  It is possible, but I see no reason why he should have concealed himself.  Officially he is responsible and the fear which made him hide does not lead to a logical explanation.  Even more :  if I have any reason for describing myself as a psychologist, then this fanatic, the chief of the NKVD, with signs of abnormality, would be certain to enjoy a criminal display.  Such things as the expression of haughtiness in front of a humbled enemy, who had been converted into a wreck psychologically and physically, should have given him an unhealthy pleasure.  I analyzed still further.  The absence of prior preparation was obvious ;  evidently the decision to call this satanic session had been taken in a hurry.  The circumstance that I had been appointed to be present was the result of a sudden agreement.  If Ezhov had been able to chose the time freely, then timely preparations would have been made.  And then I would not have been called ;  that general of the NKVD who was hardly able to come in time, for the purpose of being present at the torture, would have known about this beforehand.  If this was not Ezhov, then who had decided on the time ?  Which other chief was able to arrange it all ?  However poor are my informations about the Soviet hierarchy, but above Ezhov in affairs along the line of the NKVD there is only one man — Stalin.  Therefore it was he ?

Asking myself these questions, which arose from my deductions, I remembered yet other facts in support of my opinion.  I remembered that when I looked from the window over the square a few minutes before we went down to the “spectacle” I saw how there drove across it four large identical cars ;  all we Soviet people know that Stalin travels in a caravan of identical machines, so that nobody would know in which he is sitting, to make attack more difficult.  Was he there?. .

But here I came across another mystery :  according to the details which Gabriel gave me, the hidden observers were to sit behind our back.  But there I could only see a long mirror, through which nothing could be seen.  Perhaps it was transparent ?  I was puzzled.

* * *

Only seven days passed when one morning Gabriel appeared in the house.  I found that he had an energetic and enthusiastic appearance and was in an optimistic mood.  Yet these flashes of happiness which lit up his face at first, did not return later.  It seemed as if he wanted chase away the shadows which passed over his face by increased activity and mental exertion.  After lunch he told me  :

“We have a guest here.”

“Who is it” I asked.

“Rakovsky, the former Ambassador in Paris.”

“I do not know him.”

“He is one of those whom I pointed out to you on that night ;  the former Ambassador in London and Paris. . .  Of course a big friend of your acquaintance Navachin. . .  Yes, this man is at my disposal.  He is here with us ;  he is being well treated and looked after.  You shall see him.”

“I, why ?  You know well that I am not curious about matters of this kind. . .  I would ask you to spare me this sight ;  I am still not quite well after what you had forced me to see.  I cannot guarantee my nervous system and heart.”

“Oh, do not worry.  Now we are not concerned with force.  This man has already been broken.  No blood, no force.  It is only necessary to give him moderate doses of drugs.  Here I have brought you details :  they are from Levin [1], who still serves us with his knowledge.  Apparently there is a certain drug somewhere in the laboratory, which can work wonders.”

“You believe all this?”

“I am speaking in symbolic form.  Rakovsky is inclined to confess to everything he knows about the matter.  We have already had a preliminary talk with him, and the results are not bad.”

“In that case why is there a need for a miraculous drug?”

“You will see, doctor, you will see.  This is a small safety measure, dictated by the professional experience of Levin.  It will help to achieve that our man being questioned would feel optimistic and would not lose hope and faith.  He can already see a chance of saving his life as a long shot.  This is the first effect which we must attain.  Then we must make sure that he would all the time remain in a state of the experience of the decisive happy moment, but without losing his mental capacities ;  more exactly, it will be necessary to stimulate and sharpen them.  He must have induced in him a quite special feeling.  How can one express it ?  More exactly a condition of enlightened stimulation.”

“Something like hypnosis?”

“Yes, but without sleepiness.”

“And I must invent a drug for all this ?  I think you exaggerate my scientific talents.  I cannot achieve it.”

“Yes, but it is unnecessary to invent anything, doctor.  As for Levin, he asserts that the problem has already been solved.”

“He always left me with the impression of being something of a charlatan. .

“Probably yes, but I think that the drug he has mentioned, even if it is not as effective as he claims, will still help us to achieve the necessary ;  after all, we need not expect a miracle.  Alcohol, against our will, makes us speak nonsense.  Why cannot another substance encourage us to say the reasonable truth ?  Apart from that, Levin had told me of previous cases, which seem to be genuine.”

“Why do you not want to force him to take part in this affair once more ?  Or will he refuse to obey?”

“Oh no, he would like to.  It is enough to want to save or to extend your life with the help of this or another service, for not refusing.  But it is I myself who does not want to use his services. 

He must not hear anything of that which Rakovsky will tell me.  Not he, not anyone. . .

“Therefore I . . .”

“You — that is another matter, doctor.  You are a deeply decent person.  But I am not Diogenes, to rush to look for another over the snowy distances of the USSR.”

“Thank you, but I think that my honesty. ..”

“Yes, doctor, yes ;  you say that we take advantage of your honesty for various depravities.  Yes, doctor, that is so. . .  ;  but it is only so from your absurd point of view.  And who is attracted to- day by absurdities ?  For example such an absurdity as your honesty ?  You always manage to lead one away towards conversation about most attractive things.  But what, in fact, will take place ?  You must only help me to give the correct doses of Levin's drug.  It would appear that in the dosage there is an invisible line which divides sleep from a state of activity, a clear condition from a befogged one, good sense from nonsense. . .  ;  there can come an artificial excessive enthusiasm.”

“If that is all. . .”

“And yet something else.  Now we shall speak seriously.  Study the instructions of Levin, weigh them, adapt them reasonably to the condition and strength of the prisoner.  You have time for study until nightfall ;  you can examine Rakovsky as often as you wish.  And that is all for the moment.  You would not believe how terribly I want to sleep.  I shall sleep a few hours.  If by evening nothing extraordinary happens then I have given instructions that I am not to be called.  I would advise you to have a good rest after dinner, because after that it will not be possible to sleep for a long time.”

We entered the vestibule.  Having taken his leave from me he quickly ran up the stairs, but in the middle he halted.

“Ah, doctor — he exclaimed — I had forgotten.  Many thanks from Comrade Ezhov.  Expect a present, perhaps even a decoration.”

He waved me goodbye and rapidly disappeared on the staircase landing of the top floor.

* * *

The notes of Levin were short, but clear and exact.  I had no difficulty in finding the medicine.  It was in doses of a milligram in tiny tablets.  I made a test and, in accordance with his explanation.  they dissolved very easily in water and better still in alcohol.  The formula was not indicated there, and I decided later to make a detailed analysis, when I shall have the time.

Undoubtedly it was some substance of the specialist Lümenstadt, that scientist of whom Levin had spoken to me during the first meeting.  I did not think I would discover during analysis something unexpected or new.  Probably again some base with a considerable amount of opium of a more active kind than tebain.  I was well acquainted with 19 main types and some more besides.  In those practical conditions in which my experiments were conducted I was satisfied with those facts which my investigations had yielded.

Although my work had an altogether different direction, yet I was quite at home in the realm of hallucinatory substances.  I remembered that Levin had told me of the distillation of rare types of Indian Hemp.  I was bound to be dealing with opium or hashish, in order to penetrate the secret of this much praised drug.  I would have been glad to have had the opportunity of coming across one or more new bases which gave rise to his “miraculous” qualities.  In principle I was prepared to assume such a possibility.  After all the work of investigation in conditions of unlimited time and means, while not having to reckon with economic limitations, which was possible in conditions of the NKVD, provided unlimited scientific possibilities.  I flattered myself with the illusion of being able to find, as the result of these investigations, a new weapon in my scientific fight against pain.

I could not give much time to the diversion of such pleasant illusions.  I concentrated my thoughts in order to think how and in what proportion I shall have to give Rakovsky this drug.  According to the instructions of Levin, one tablet would have to produce the desired result.  He warned that if the patient had any heart weakness there could follow sleepiness and even complete lethargy, with a consequent dimming of the mind.  While bearing all this in mind, I had first of all to examine Rakovsky.  I did not expect to find the internal condition of his heart to be normal.  If there were no damage, then surely there would be a lowering of tone as the result of the nervous experiences, as his system could not have remained unchanged after a long and terrifying torture.

I put off the examination until after lunch.  I wanted to consider everything, both for the case that Gabriel would want to give the drug with the knowledge of Rakovsky, as also without his knowledge.  In both cases I would have to busy myself with him, insofar as I myself would have to give him the drug of which I had been told concretely.  There was no need for the participation of a professional, as the drug was given by mouth.

After lunch I went to visit Rakovsky.  He was kept locked up in one room of the ground floor and was guarded by one man, who did not take his eyes off him.  Of furniture there was only one small table, a narrow bed without ends and another small, rough table.  When I entered Rakovsky was sitting.  He immediately got up.  He looked at me closely and I read in his face doubt and, it seemed, also fright.  I think he must have recognized me, having seen me when he sat that memorable night at the side of the generals.

I ordered the guard to leave and told him to bring me a chair.  I sat down and asked the prisoner to sit.  He was about 50 years old.  He was a man of medium height, bald in front, with a large, fleshy nose.  In youth his face was probably pleasant.  His facial outlines were not typically semitic, but his origin was nevertheless clear.  Once upon a time he was probably quite fat, but not now, and his skin hung everywhere, while his face and neck were like a burst balloon, with the air let out.  The usual dinner at the Lubianka was apparently too strict a diet for the former Ambassador in Paris.  At that moment I made no further observations.

“You smoke?”  I asked, opening the cigarette case, with the intention of establishing somewhat more intimate relations with him.

“I gave up smoking in order to preserve my health” he replied with a very pleasant tone of voice, “but I thank you ;  I think I have now recovered from my stomach troubles.”

He smoked quietly, with restraint and not without some elegance.

“I am a doctor” I introduced myself.

“Yes I know that ;  I saw how you acted 'there' ” he said with trembling voice.

“I came to enquire about the state of your health.  How are you ?  Do you suffer from any illness?”

“No, nothing.”

“Are you sure ?  What about your heart?”

“Thanks to the results of enforced dieting I do not observe in myself any abnormal symptoms.”

“There are some which cannot be noticed by the patient himself, but only by a doctor.”

“I am a doctor” he interrupted me.

“A doctor?”  I repeated in surprise.

“Yes, didn't you know?”

“Nobody had told me of it.  I congratulate you.  I shall be very glad to be of use to a colleague and, possibly, a fellow student.  Where did you study ?  In Moscow or Petrograd?”

“Oh no! At that time I was not a Russian subject.  I studied in Nancy and Montpellier ;  in the latter I received my doctorate.”

“This means that we may have studied at the same time ;  I did several courses in Paris.  Were you French?”

“I intended to become French.  I was born a Bulgarian, but without asking my permission I was converted into a Rumanian.  My province was Dobrudga, where I was born, and after the peace treaty it went to Rumania.”

“Permit me to listen to your chest” — and I put the stethoscope in my ears.

He took off his torn jacket and stood up.  I listened.  The examination shewed nothing abnormal ;  as I had assumed, weakness, but without defects.

“I suppose one must give food for the heart.”

“Only the heart, comrade?” he asked ironically.

“I think so” I said, pretending not to have noticed the irony, “I think your diet, too, should be strengthened.”

“Permit me to listen to myself.”

“With pleasure”—and I gave him the stethoscope.

He quickly listened to himself.

“I had expected that my condition would be much worse.  Many thanks.  May I put my jacket on?”

“Of course.  Let us agree, then, that it is necessary to take a few drops of digitalis, don't you think?”

“You consider that absolutely essential ?  I think that my old heart will survive the few days or months which remain to me quite well.”

“I think otherwise ;  I think that you will live much longer.”

“Do not upset me, colleague. . .  To live more!  To live still longer! . . .  There must be instructions about the end ;  the court case cannot last longer...  And then, then rest.”

And when he said this, having in mind the final rest, it seemed that his face had the expression of happiness almost.  I shuddered.  This wish to die, to die soon which I read in his eyes, made me faint.  I wanted to cheer him up from a feeling of compassion.

“You have not understood me, comrade.  I wanted to say that in your case it may be decided to continue your life, but life without suffering.  For what have you been brought here ?  Does one not treat you well now?”

“The latter, yes, of course.  Concerning the rest I have heard hints, but...”

I gave him another cigarette and then added  :

“Have hope.  For my part and to the extent which my chief will allow, I shall do everything that can depend on me, to make sure that you come to no harm.  I shall begin immediately by feeding you, but not excessively, bearing in mind the state of your stomach.  We shall begin with a milk diet and some more substantial additions.  I shall give instructions at once.  You may smoke . . . take some . . .” and I left him everything that remained in the packet.

I called the guard and ordered him to light the prisoner’s cigarette whenever he wants to smoke.  Then I left and before having a couple of hours rest I gave instructions that Rakovsky was to have half a litre of milk with sugar.

* * *

We prepared for the meeting with Rakovsky at midnight.  Its “friendly” character was stressed in all the details.  The room was well warmed, there was a fire in the fire-place, soft lighting, a small and well-chosen supper, good wines ;  all had been scientifically improvised.  “As for a lovers meeting,” observed Gabriel.  I was to assist.  My chief responsibility was to give the prisoner the drug in such a manner that he would not notice it.  For this purpose the drinks had been placed as if by chance near me, and I shall have to pour out the wine.  Also I would have to observe the weakening of the drug's effect, so as to give a new dose at the right moment.  This was my most important job.  Gabriel wants, if the experiment succeeds, to get already at the first meeting real progress towards the essence of the matter.  He is hopeful of success.  He has had a good rest and is in good condition.  I am interested to know how he will struggle with Rakovsky who, it seems to me, is an opponent worthy of him.

Three large arm-chairs were placed before the fire.  The one nearest the door is for me, Rakovsky will sit in the middle, and in the third will be Gabriel, who had shown his optimistic mood even in his clothes, as he was wearing a white Russian shirt.

It had already struck midnight when they brought the prisoner to us.  He had been given decent clothes and had been well shaved.  I looked at him professionally and found him to be livelier.

He asks to be excused for not being able to drink more than one glass, mentioning the weakness of his stomach.  I did not put the drug into this glass and regretted it.

The conversation began with banalities . . . Gabriel knows that Rakovsky speaks much better French than Russian and begins in that language.  There are hints about the past.  It is clear that Rakovsky is an expert conversationalist.  His speech is exact, elegant and even decorative.  He is apparently very erudite ;  at times he quotes easily and always accurately.  Sometimes he hints at his many escapes, at exile, about Lenin, Plekhanov, Luxemburg, and he even said that when he was a boy he had shaken the hand of the old Engels.

We drink whisky.  After Gabriel had given him the opportunity of speaking for about half an hour, I asked as if by chance :  “Should I add more soda water?”  “Yes, add enough” he replied absentmindedly.  I manipulated the drink and dropped a tablet into it, which I had been holding from the very beginning.  First I gave Gabriel some whisky, letting him know by a sign that the job had been done.  I gave Rakovsky his glass and then began to drink mine.  He sipped it with pleasure.  “I am a small cad” I told myself.  But this was a passing thought and it dissolved in the pleasant fire in the fire-place.

Before Gabriel came to the main theme, the talk had been long and interesting.

I had been fortunate in obtaining a document which reproduces better than a shorthand note all that had been discussed between Gabriel and Rakovsky.  Click here or here:- The Rakovsky Interrogation -

Or Red Symphony in PDF format


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