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Big Business Made WWI & II: Seems Nazism Never Stopped

The Nuremberg Pharma Tribunal of 1947/48 records document that WWII was planned and prepared in this building in Frankfurt, Germany – the headquarters of IG Farben (left). This infamous cartel of Bayer, BASF and Hoechst was the world’s largest chemical/ pharmaceutical multi-national at the time. To cement its global monopoly in this field, it financed the rise of the Nazi party and its preparation for the military conquest of Europe and the world. IG Farben’s directors, including CEO Schmitz (right), kept in close contact to their political puppets." - Profit over Life homepage

"America certainly deserves credit for its important contribution to the hard-fought victory that was ultimately achieved by the Allies. But the role of corporate America in the war is hardly synthesized by President Roosevelt’s claim that the US was the “arsenal of democracy.” When Americans landed in Normandy in June 1944 and captured their first German trucks, they discovered that these vehicles were powered by engines produced by American firms such as Ford and General Motors. Corporate America, it turned out, had also been serving as the arsenal of Nazism." - Jacques Pauwels, author Big business and Hitler

"Martin was to break up the industrial machine these cartels controlled and investigate their ties to Wall Street. What he discovered was shocking. Many American corporations had done business with German corporations who helped fund the Nazi Party, despite knowing what their money was supporting. Effectively, Wall Street’s greed had led them to aid Hitler and hinder the Allied effort. Martin’s efforts at decartelization were unsuccessful though, largely due to hindrance from his superior officer, an investment banker in peacetime. In conclusion, he said, “We had not been stopped in Germany by German business. We had been stopped in Germany by American business.” - description of All Honorable Men

"Simpson, a freelance journalist, reveals that many covert operations of the early Cold War era involved the use of operatives known to have committed crimes against humanity during the Second World War. The underlying theme here is the corruption of American ideals in connection with this hushed-up recruitment policy in the name of anticommunism. In elaborating the policy's "negative blowback," Simpson emphasizes the long-term corrosive effect on American intelligence agencies in particular." -Simpson, author of Blowback

"The Phoenix Program in Vietnam in many ways provides a blue print for our own times. Assassinations and torture are the essence of the war on terror. As are death squads and false flag terror attacks. As are mass surveillance of the populace." - from review of Douglas Valentine's The Phoenix Program

All Honorable Men: The Story of the Men on Both Sides of the Atlantic Who Successfully Thwarted Plans to Dismantle the Nazi Cartel System, 1950/2016, by James Stewart Martin

"A scathing attack on Wall Street’s illegal ties to Nazi Germany before WWII—and the postwar whitewashing of Nazi business leaders by the US government

Prior to World War II, German industry was controlled by an elite group who had used their money and influence to help bring the Nazi Party to power. After the Allies had successfully occupied Germany and removed the Third Reich, the process of reconstructing the devastated nation’s economy began under supervision of the US government. James Stewart Martin, who had assisted the Allied forces in targeting key areas of German industry for aerial bombardment, returned to Germany as the director of the Division for Investigation of Cartels and External Assets in American Military Government, a position he held until 1947. Martin was to break up the industrial machine these cartels controlled and investigate their ties to Wall Street. What he discovered was shocking.

Many American corporations had done business with German corporations who helped fund the Nazi Party, despite knowing what their money was supporting. Effectively, Wall Street’s greed had led them to aid Hitler and hinder the Allied effort. Martin’s efforts at decartelization were unsuccessful though, largely due to hindrance from his superior officer, an investment banker in peacetime. In conclusion, he said, “We had not been stopped in Germany by German business. We had been stopped in Germany by American business.”

This exposé on economic warfare, Wall Street, and America’s military industrial complex includes a new introduction by Christopher Simpson, author of Blowback: America’s Recruitment of Nazis and Its Destructive Impact on Our Domestic and Foreign Policy, and a new foreword from investigative journalist Hank Albarelli." All Honorable Men, 1950, by James Stewart Martin, 2016, edition Mark Crispin Miller  

Blowback: America's Recruitment of Nazis and Its Destructive Impact on Our Domestic and Foreign Policy, 1988/2014, C. Simpson 

"The postwar recruitment of Nazis and collaborators by agencies of the U.S. government stemmed, the author illustrates, from intense East-West competition after the German surrender, prodded by the prospect of war between the superpowers. Simpson, a freelance journalist, reveals that many covert operations of the early Cold War era involved the use of operatives known to have committed crimes against humanity during the Second World War. The underlying theme here is the corruption of American ideals in connection with this hushed-up recruitment policy in the name of anticommunism. In elaborating the policy's "negative blowback," Simpson emphasizes the long-term corrosive effect on American intelligence agencies in particular." Blowback  

The Phoenix Program: America's Use of Terror in Vietnam, 1990/2014 Douglas Valentine 

"Designed to destroy the Vietcong infrastructure and ostensibly run by the South Vietnamese government, the Phoenix Program--in fact directed by the United States--developed a variety of counterinsurgency activities including, at its worst, torture and assassination. For Valentine ( The Hotel Tacloban , LJ 9/15/84), the program epitomizes all that was wrong with the Vietnam War; its evils are still present wherever there are "ideologues obsessed with security, who seek to impose their way of thinking on everyone else." Exhaustive detail and extensive use of interviews with and writings by Phoenix participants make up the book's principal strengths" Link Amazon
 
"The Phoenix Program in Vietnam in many ways provides a blue print for our own times. Assassinations and torture are the essence of the war on terror. As are death squads and false flag terror attacks. As are mass surveillance of the populace." More on: 

I. G. Farben Convicted at Nuremberg for Controlling Nazi Policies. But... the main culprits were soon after released.  

"The Nuremberg Pharma Tribunal of 1947/48 records document that WWII was planned and prepared in this building in Frankfurt, Germany – the headquarters of IG Farben (left). This infamous cartel of Bayer, BASF and Hoechst was the world’s largest chemical/ pharmaceutical multi-national at the time. To cement its global monopoly in this field, it financed the rise of the Nazi party and its preparation for the military conquest of Europe and the world. IG Farben’s directors, including CEO Schmitz (right), kept in close contact to their political puppets." - Profit over Life homepage
 
"The author [J. E. Dubois] was chief prosecutor at the trial and documents the evidence presented in this book (). He charges I.G. Farben with being knowingly an active arm of the Wehrmacht in taking over property and enslaving the people of Europe..." 
 
"[The Nuremberg Prosecutor:] I also conclude that Farben was largely responsible.’ As regards slaves, in one camp alone Farben used over 300.000, 200.00 of whom died. From 1941 to 1943 100.000 Farben workers went to the gas chambers. The maximum sentence imposed on any director was eight years, the average three. () most of them (now) back in power”. Oxford Review, Devil's Chemists,1952 
 
The Devil's Chemists. 24 Conspirators Of International Farben Cartel Who Manufacture Wars, 1952, by Nuremberg prosecutor, Josiah E. DuBois. Book Description: "Fascinating and frightening narrative of corporate involvement in the horrors of World War II. This includes american involvement and support of United States' declared enemies."  Archive free pdf. download
 
The Tribunal consisted of a series of 13 trials, the first one against the “main war criminals” entitled “The USA, France, UK and USSR v. Hermann Goering et al.” This trial took place between 1945 and 1946 and ended with long prison sentences or the death penalty for most of the perpetrators. Interestingly, it was this first trial against the political and military figureheads of the Nazi regime that has been generally portrayed as “The Nuremberg Tribunal.” This is historically inaccurate. Moreover, it has deflected attention away from the real “war criminals” who, with their economic power, had financed the rise of the Nazis and the preparation for WWII." Profit over Life Archive Intro  
 
“The Farben cartel dated from 1925, when organizing genius Hermann Schmitz (with Wall Street financial assistance) created the super-giant chemical enterprise out of six already giant German chemical companies – Badische Anilin, Bayer, Agfa, Hoechst, Weiler-ter-Meer and Griesheim-Elektron. There companies were merged to become I.G. Farben. Twenty years later the same Hermann Schmitz was put on trial at Nuremburg for war crimes committed by the I.G. cartel. Other I.G. Farben directors were placed on trial but the American affiliates of I.G. Farben and the American directors of I.G. itself were quietly forgotten; the truth was buried in the archives… Without the capital supplied by Wall Street, there would have been no I.G. Farben in the first place and almost certainly no Adolf Hitler and World War II.
 
"During the Vietnam War, Monsanto was contracted to produce and supply the US government with a malevolent chemical for military application. Along with other chemical corporations at the time such as Dow Chemical, Monsanto produced the military herbicide Agent Orange ... (..) In more modern times, a division of Bayer was accused of ‘knowingly’ selling HIV-contaminated blood products to haemophiliacs, and has paid millions in damages in legal settlements.”  Bayer and Monsanto: A Marriage Made in Hell, 2016, Steven MacMillan  

Big Business/Wall Street is behind US/German/Western foreign policy today, as it was behind the Nazis' 'foreign policy' 

And the EU seems to be the exact very same plan as the nazis' tried to implement...
See HS: Big Business' 100 Years Plan for a German Europe: CIA Continued the Nazis' Work for a German Corporate Europe LINK
 
In this important Corbett Episode, Corbett compares the then and now and explains how Western corporations paid for Hitler's way to power in 1933. Also about today's US 'Government Sachs' and on the German I. G Farben's Nuremberg convict as being responsible for the Nazis' foreign policy'. See clip from Nuremberg Trial video, Corbett episode with links: 'Meet the Corporatocracy' 
 
 

J. Pauwels' Important Research on WWI & II

"Unlike the massive work of popular history produced by Eric Hobsbawm, The Great Class War and The Myth of the Good War provide a concise challenge to the Anglo-American narrative, which Hobsbawm, despite his Marxist orientation, never quite abandons. This may be because such books cannot be published by people who are employed at the pinnacle of elite academic institutions—without at least jeopardising one’s career." Review: 'U.S. Empire-Building “Interventions', 2016, DH Wilkinson, BAR
 
Compare: "The Peloponnesian war was, to a greater extent than Thucydides seems to have realized, a struggle between the business interests of Athens and Corinth for commercial supremacy in the West: all wars, Plato remarked, are made for the sake of getting money." The Republic of Plato, FM Cornford p. x
 
"America certainly deserves credit for its important contribution to the hard-fought victory that was ultimately achieved by the Allies. But the role of corporate America in the war is hardly synthesized by President Roosevelt’s claim that the US was the “arsenal of democracy.” When Americans landed in Normandy in June 1944 and captured their first German trucks, they discovered that these vehicles were powered by engines produced by American firms such as Ford and General Motors. Corporate America, it turned out, had also been serving as the arsenal of Nazism. (...) 
 
One might say that in the headquarters of the corporations, whose collective interest is clearly reflected in American government policies, nostalgia has lingered on for the good old days of Hitler’s Third Reich, which was a paradise for German as well as American and other foreign firms: no left-wing parties, no unions, unlimited numbers of slave labourers, and an authoritarian state that provided the necessary discipline and arranged for an “armament boom” and eventually a war that brought “horizonless profits,” as Black writes, alluding to the case of IBM.
 
These benefits could more readily be expected from a fascist dictatorship than from a genuine democracy, hence the support for the Francos, Suhartos, and other Pinochets of the post-war world. But even within democratic societies, capitalism actively seeks the cheap and meek labour that Hitler’s regime served up on a silver platter, and recently it has been by means of stealthy instruments such as downsizing and globalization, rather than the medium of fascism, that American and international capital have sought to achieve the corporate Nirvana of which Hitler’s Germany had provided a tantalizing foretaste." Profits über Alles! American Corporations and Hitler, 2004/2017  
 
 
Big Business and Hitler, Nov, 2017, Lorimor: "Business was bad in the 1930s, and for multinational corporations Germany was a bright spot in a world suffering from the Great Depression. As Pauwels explains in this book, corporations were delighted with the profits that came from re-arming Germany, and then supplying both sides of the Second World War. (...) A key roadblock to America's late entry into the Second World War was behind-the-scenes pressure from US corporations seeking to protect their profitable business selling to both sides."
 
'Is History “Bunk”? “Big Business and Hitler”.', Epilogue of Jacques R. Pauwels, 2017
 
 
The Myth of the Good War: America in the Second World War, 2. 2015, Lorimor
"In the spirit of historians Howard Zinn, Gwynne Dyer, and Noam Chomsky, Jacques Pauwels focuses on the big picture. Like them, he seeks to find the real reasons for the actions of great powers and great leaders. Familiar Second World War figures from Hitler to Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin are portrayed in a new light in this book."

"A revealing analysis of the covert goals pursued by Western leaders before, during and immediately after World War II. Well-researched and lucidly-argued, this fine book will be of great value to experts and ordinary readers alike." Michael Parenti 
 
The Great Class War 1914-1918, 2016, Lorimor: "In all countries socialists renounced the class struggle and proceeded instead to go to war for their fatherland and their people." - "war offered benefits to everyone, across class and national borders.
 
 
 
The Peloponnesian war was, to a greater extent than Thucydides seems to have realized, a struggle between the business interests of Athens and Corinth for commercial supremacy in the West, all wars, Plato remarked, are made for the sake of getting money.
The Republic of Plato, FM Cornford p. x

Germany's Master Plan. I. G. Farben Controlled Nazi Germany's 'Foreign Policy' 

Germany's Master Plan, [1943] Rev.: "Long before the beginning of World War II, German industry had been endeavoring to set up a system for worldwide control over electrical equipment, drugs, chemicals and basic war materials." Free pdf 
 
"Fascinating and frightening narrative of corporate involvement in the horrors of World War II. This includes american involvement and support of United States declared enemies."

KIRKUS REVIEW 1952: "An indictment of the I.G. Farben Industries, on trail in Germany at the close of the war for fostering and encouraging aggressive warfare. The author was chief prosecutor at the trial and documents the evidence presented in this book (..). He charges I.G. Farben with being knowingly an active arm of the Wehrmacht in taking over property and enslaving the people of Europe ..." 
 
Oxford review: ”Baron von Schnitzler, head of Farben commercial committee, admitted that, ‘For 12 years the Nazi foreign policy and the I. G. foreign policy were largely inseparable. I also conclude that Farben was largely responsible.’ As regards slaves, in one camp alone Farben used over 300.000, 200.00 of whom died. From 1941 to 1943 100.000 Farben workers went to the gas chambers. The maximum sentence imposed on any director was eight years, the average three. () most of them (now) back in power.”
 
 

The Cartel Power Continued ..

All Honorable Men: The Story of the Men on Both Sides of the Atlantic Who Successfully Thwarted Plans to Dismantle Nazi Cartel System, 1950/2016 /Free Pdf

The Nuremberg Trial - Hoax

"The Tribunal consisted of a series of 13 trials, the first one against the “main war criminals” entitled “The USA, France, UK and USSR v. Hermann Goering et al.” This trial took place between 1945 and 1946 and ended with long prison sentences or the death penalty for most of the perpetrators.

Interestingly, it was this first trial against the political and military figureheads of the Nazi regime that has been generally portrayed as “The Nuremberg Tribunal.” This is historically inaccurate. Moreover, it has deflected attention away from the real “war criminals” who, with their economic power, had financed the rise of the Nazis and the preparation for WWII." Archive Intro