The OIL Brotherhood I
As the 1932 presidential elections began, Hitler and the Nazi party were almost broke. They were desperate for funds. And then, after meeting with the captains of industry, Hitler was suddenly flush with cash.
According to Hitler's vice-Chancellor, Franz von Papen (34), "the most documented account of the National Socialists' sudden acquisition of funds was contained in a book published in Holland in 1933." It was published "by the old established Amsterdam publishing house of Van Holkema & Warendorf, called De Geldbronnen van Het Nationaal-Socialisme (Orie Gesprekken Met Hitler) under the name "Sidney Warburg."
In that book, "The Financial Sources of National Socialism" it is claimed that Hitler's rise to power was aided directly by Wall Street bankers, industrialists, and oil companies, including Standard Oil, and John O. Rockefeller, who contributed $32,000,000 between the years 1929 to 1932.
In the opening paragraphs, the author, who calls himself "Sydney Warburg" states that: "There are moments when I want to turn away from a world of such intrigue, trickery, swindling and tampering with the stock exchange .... Do you know what I can never understand? How it is possible that people of good and honest character -- for which I have ample proof -- participate in swindling and fraud, knowing full well that it will affect thousands."
The New York Times (11/24/1933), was quick to dismiss the book, but in so doing, revealed its own Nazi sympathies: "Hoax on Nazis Feared."
The New York Times. "feared" that not only the Nazis, but the publishers were "victims of a hoax."
The New York Times was apparently a fan of Hitler, for prior to 1933, and during the same time Rockefeller and Standard Oil were contributing millions of dollars, it ran several quite positive stories about Adolf Hitler in 1929, 1930, and 1931 (35) as did the Hearst publishing empire (15).
The author of this "feared hoax" was "Sydney Warburg." However. after the book's publication, not only the New York Times but the Warburg family, which included Max Warburg, a director of IG Farben in Germany, and Paul Warburg a director of American IG. Farben, denounced the book. Of course, we also know that IG. Farben was a major financial supporter of Hitler, and we know the Standard Oil and the Bush-Harriman clique were in business with IG Farben (36). S,. the Warburg denunciation cannot be taken completely seriously.
Nevertheless, James Warburg demanded that the book be destroyed because it contains "a mass of libelous material against various members of my family and against a number of prominent banking houses and individuals in New York." However, Warburg then goes on to say. "I have never to this day seen a copy of the book" (37).
Within days of the books publication. and although those who denounced it have never seen a copy it disappeared from circulation and almost all copies were quickly destroyed (36).
As detailed in Antony C. Sutton's well documented book. Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler (36). the first section of the book explains that in 1929. American banks and investors were concerned that the demands by France on German war reparations, were eating into their own profits. Thus. these American business men called a meeting in June 1929 to discuss the problem and what might be done. Those in attendance included "members of the Federal Reserve Bank and leading American bankers" including the "directors of Guaranty Trust Company. the Presidents of the Federal Reserve Banks. in addition to five independent bankers, young Rockefeller. and Glean from Royal Dutch Shell. Rockefeller" and "Carter" of Guaranty Trust Company. "dominated the proceedings. The others listened and nodded their heads."
Antony Sutton, then goes on to report that according to Warburg's book, "The general consensus at the bankers' meeting was that the only way to free Germany from French financial clutches was by revolution, either Communist or German Nationalist."
Rockefeller argued that the money should go to Hitler. After some negotiation, 10 million dollars was transferred to the Nazis.
During subsequent meetings, it was explained that Hitler's storm troopers and SS, were insufficiently equipped and badly needed machine guns, revolvers, and carbines. Hitler explained that he had two plans for takeover in Germany: (a) revolution (b) legal takeover plan. Hitler is quoted as saying, "revolution costs five hundred million marks. Legal takeover costs two hundred million marks -- what will your bankers decide?"
A legal takeover thus offered the best deal.
Warburg passed these demands to Rockefeller and Guaranty Trust and received the following answer in reply:
"Suggested amounts are out of the question. We don't want to and cannot. Explain to man that such a transfer to Europe will shatter financial market. Absolutely unknown on international territory. Expect long report, before decision is made. Stay there. Continue investigation. Persuade man of impossible demands. Don't forget to include in report own opinion of possibilities for future of man."
After further negotiations, Rockefeller and the American banking and oil interests offered an additional $15 million which would help finance the legal takeover. Revolution would be too expensive and destructive.
In the months after Hitler took power, in 1933, Warburg delivered yet another payment from Rockefeller and Carter and their associates in banking, industry, and oil, i.e. 7 million dollars (37).
Although the New York Times, and the directors of IG Farben -- a company that assisted in the murder of millions of men, women, and children -- have decried this cruel "hoax" which puts the Nazis, Rockefeller, Standard Oil, and the bankers at Guaranty in such a bad light, we do know that these men and these companies were in business with the Nazis (13). And we know that Emil Helfferich, chairman of the Bush-Harriman company, Hamburg- Amerika, was also chairman of Standard Oil's German subsidiaries. Emil Helfferich frequently wrote out checks to Heinrich Himmler payable on a special Standard Oil account. According to U.S. intelligence documents reviewed by author Anthony Sutton (36). Helfferich was still making these payments to the S.S. in 1944 -- the same S.S. which was rounding up. enslaving. and supervising the mass murder of Russians. Jews. Gypsies, Poles, etc., at IG Farben's death camps.
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The OIL Brotherhood II
From 1927 to 1941, the future director of the CIA, Allen Dulles worked as lawyer and international finance specialist for Sullivan & Cromwell, a Wall Street law firm in New York. Dulles performed work for Bush, Harriman, and Rockefeller in setting up business relationships with the Nazis and with top Nazi industrialists, and served as legal counsel for Standard Oil and the Nazi's IG Farben, who had partnered with the Rockefellers (43).
Allen Dulles played a pivotal role in promoting U.S.-Nazi corporate relations. The Nazis considered Allen Dulles to be "the most influential White House man in Europe" and Dulles had numerous meetings with top ranking members of the SS (6).
In fact both Dulles brothers (John Foster, later Secretary of State, and Allen, later director of the CIA) represented the interests of Bush, Harriman, Rockefeller, and other Nazi collaborators prior tom during and after the ending of the second world war. Whereas Allen served as a spymaster. lawyer and deal maker who brought over a thousand high ranking Nazis into the CIA and found jobs for them in the Republican party and corporate America (43.44), John Foster Dulles was on the board of IG Farben who had partnered with Standard Oil (43).
As was the case with Guaranty Trust, which provided loans to the Nazis and to the Soviet Union, Rockefeller's Standard Oil was also in business with Hitler's nemesis: the Soviet Union. By doing business with both fascist regimes. this guaranteed that regardless of who won the war. Standard Oil would profit. The Dulles' brothers are said to have played a major role in ironing out the Soviet deal.
In 1938, oil was discovered in Saudi Arabia. The king of Saudi Arabia. Ibn Saud, was a supporter of Adolf Hitler. Dulles. acting as a representative of Standard Oil (as well as IG Farben) also played a major role in negotiating and gaining major concessions from Ibn Saud.
As Saudi Prince Bandar explained to PBS Frontline (45): "America has never been a colonizing power as far as we were concerned. Our relationship with America ... started in the 1930s. And when the Americans came to Saudi Arabia. they didn't come as an invader. They came actually as a private sector. trying to help us find oil. They found the oil for us. and they've been our friends ever since."
The result of these discoveries and negotiations was a joint venture between Standard Oil, Texaco. and Mobil. and the formation of the Arabian-American Oil Company (ARAMCO). King Ibn Saud and his family were promised millions in return. whereas the Arabian people received basically nothing (46).
By 1944. Standard Oil had twice artificially created oil shortages as a means of gaining leverage over the U.S. government. Based on the discoveries made in Saudi Arabia, the Standard oil-led cartel successfully lobbied the U.S. Senate. which in turn proposed that the U.S. government should finance the construction of oil pipelines and oil refineries so as to meet future energy needs. With the assistance of the Dulles brothers. this proposal soon became a program to assist Standard oil and ARAMCO in the Persian Gulf.
In February and March of 1944, the "Special Committee Investigating Petroleum Resources" began hammering out the details. As summarized by the United States National Archives: "18.94 In February 1944, the Petroleum Administrator for War, Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes, announced that the Arabian-American Oil Co. would construct a refinery to produce petroleum war products for the Allied Nations, and that the U.S. Government would construct a petroleum pipeline from the Persian Gulf area to the eastern shore of the Mediterranean and would obtain a crude oil petroleum reserve of one billion barrels in the Gulf area." Because of interests pertaining to "national welfare and security" this Special Committee also agreed to "the disposal of Government-owned pipelines and refineries as surplus properties, tidelands oil, and other issues related to petroleum supplies."
In other words, after twice being held hostage by Standard Oil, the U.S. government agreed to give "Government-owned pipelines and refineries" to this Standard oil-led cartel, and to fund the creation of new pipelines and refineries in Saudi Arabia.
The U.S. government and the oil cartel headed by Standard Oil, were now in business with the "royal family" of Ibn Saud. Saud and his family began receiving millions of dollars in payments as their reward for selling out so cheaply (46).
Roosevelt, it is said, had been considering bringing charges of treason against Dulles, Bush, and Rockefeller following the conclusion of the second world war. However, Roosevelt's death put a stop to that. Not only did these traitors get off scott free, but the Dulles brothers also received handsome rewards, Allen becoming the first director the CIA, and John, the Secretary of State.
Nevertheless, although faded by time, and despite the purposeful destruction of incriminating records, the facts remain the same: Prescott Bush, the Harrimans, Rockefellers, the Dulles brothers, and Ibn Saud, had partnered with a terrorist Nazi regime at war with the United States. The Saudi royal family, the Bush family, the Harrimans, Rockefellers, American banks. American Oil, and America's political elite, went into business with Nazi terrorists who murdered tens of millions of innocent, men, women, and children, including tens of thousands of Americans. They partnered with a terrorist regime that was at war with America for three interrelated reasons: money, oil, and power.
Decades later, after Bush was elected vice-president and then President, he, the Saudi royal family, and the CIA, would provide tens of millions of dollars in support of yet another terrorist organization that would declare war with the United States, this one ostensibly headed by Saudi multi-millionaire, Osama bin Laden.
As we shall see. doing business with gangsters, thugs, and terrorists who preach death to America, and who kill Americans, is a Bush family tradition (4,47).
(EXTRACTED FROM THE Online BOOK entitled AMERICA BETRAYED: BUSH, BIN LADEN & 9-11, Chapter 3: THE BROTHERHOOD OF DEATH. You can read the whole book from this website --> PLS CLICK HERE.