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Old 11-05-2009, 02:56 PM
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Default Re: 1918 Spanish Flu a Biological Warfare Agent?

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"In April 1917 Lenin and a party of 32 Russian revolutionaries, mostly Bolsheviks, journeyed by train from Switzerland across Germany through Sweden to Petrograd, Russia. They were on their way to join Leon Trotsky to "complete the revolution." Their trans-Germany transit was approved, facilitated, and financed by the German General Staff. Lenin's transit to Russia was part of a plan approved by the German Supreme Command, apparently not immediately known to the kaiser
Hmmm.... I wonder who did make the approval if the kaiser was unaware? Any names, perhaps?

What is your source for the claim that Lenin's trip was approved, facilitated and financed by authorisation of German Supreme Command?

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The possibility that the Bolsheviks might be turned against Germany and Europe did not occur to the German General Staff.
Maybe the plan to assist Lenin did not come from people working in the best interest of Germany but people loyal to only their own people? There did seem to be some "court Jews" (as antisemites like to call them) drifting around in the slipstream of the Kaiser. As most Jews back then seemed to have been either Communist or Zionist it doesn't seem too farfetched that the plan was at least set in motion by the "court Jews" who were looking out for their own people without regard for the German people. I can't prove this either way, but this was, at least, what Hitler must have thought of this event.
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