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Old 07-28-2008, 05:02 AM
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Default Re: Was Hitler a "British" Agent?

Fact 1 : Hitler was possibly the strongest oponent of the so-called "New World Order" history has known. As a consequence, WW2 was started by the English with the explicit purpose of destroying Hitler's national-socialist system and everything it stood for.

Fact 2 : Loads of anti-NWO literature was published in the Third Reich, some of very high quality.

Fact 3 : Although it is unclear who exactly was the father of Alois Hiedler, it is unlikely that it was a Rothschild.

Fact 4 : The Third Reich is now the most hated regime in the world, largely because of a sort of horror propaganda common for both the British and the Sovjets.

Fact 5 : Although Himmler, Rosenberg and Hess were very interested in Germanic paganism and occultism, Hitler didn't have any interest in that and has always been a staunch supporter of the separation of church and state.

Fact 6 : There is no evidence of connections between high level NSDAP members and the Thule Society. In fact, the Thule Society was declared illegal in the Third Reich along with various other societies that had an interest in the occult. Karl Maria Wiligut was one of the rare exceptions because he was under the protestion of Himmler, who was inspired by Wiligut for his SS mythology.

Fact 7 : Back in Hitler's days, the old elite and the new elite hadn't joined forces yet. If Hitler did indeed receive funds from the Rockefeller's and the Bush's (the old elite), it was because they saw him as a possible ally against the new elite (of which a significant part was Jewish). It is only since the failure of the New Deal that the old and new elite joined forces.



My conclusion : it is very unlikely that Hitler was a British agent.
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