Declassified CIA Documents: Hitler Was Living in Argentina in the 1950s

Whether you love Hitler or loath him, there’s a certain satisfaction that some of us feel from knowing that Hitler eluded the Nazi hunters. If he did make it out of Germany alive, I hope he took Eva Braun and some nice German Shepherd dogs with him to Argentina.

Lew Rockwell

Declassified CIA files show that in 1955, an informant boasted about meeting with Adolf Hitler in Colombia, and provided pictures of himself with the Fuhrer – over 10 years after the Fuhrer’s suicide.

Declassified files show that in 1955, the CIA’s Western Hemisphere Division (WHD) chief received a secret memo, boasting a subject line that no doubt caused him to jump up from his chair, and spew any liquid in his mouth across the room — “Operational: Adolf Hitler.”

As the shocking title implies, the acting station chief in Venezuela claimed to have received a once in a lifetime tip from one of his contacts — a decade after his apparent death by suicide in the Fuhrerbunker, Hitler was in fact very much alive, and living in Argentina.

Hitler Oder Nicht?

In brief, one of the action station chief’s informants, CIMELODY, was contacted by a trusted friend, former SS trooper Phillip Citroen, who claimed to have been in touch with Hitler — masquerading under the pseudonym Adolph Schuttlemayer — about once a month in Colombia, while there on a trip from Maracaibo as an employee of the Royal Dutch Shipping Company.

Citroen indicated to CIMELODY he had even taken a picture with the fallen Fuhrer, and a grainy snap is indeed included with the memo.

He also stated Hitler left Colombia for Argentina in around January 1955, and added that as ten years had passed since the end of World War II, the Allies could no longer prosecute Hitler as a criminal of war, suggesting erroneously the statute of limitations on war crimes are rather brief.

The message concluded that neither CIMELODY nor the CIA station itself was in a position to give an intelligent evaluation of the information included in the memo, but it was being forwarded “as of possible interest.”

The no doubt flabbergasted WHD chief followed up on the memo by reviewing the agency’s files, and found a year prior, there was indeed a report not only making the same claim regarding Hitler not being dead, but also suggesting there was a whole colony of Nazis in South America — again made by Citroen.

“Phillip Citroen told a former member of this base that while he was working for a railroad company in Colombia, he met an individual who strongly resembled and claimed to be Adolf Hitler. Citroen claimed to have met the indivdual at a place called ‘Residencias Coloniales’ in Tunja, Colombia, which is, according to the source, overly populated with former Nazis, following this alleged Adolf Hitler with an idolatry of the Nazi past, addressing him as ‘der Fuhrer’ and affording him the Nazi salute and storm-trooper adulation!” the memo said.

More Trouble Than It’s Worth

A few days later, the station chief wrote to the WHD chief again, asking if they wished to make further investigations into the potentially still-extant Hitler or not.

“If Headquarters desires, Bogota Station can make inquiry concerning ‘Adolph Schuttlemayer’ in Tonga, Colombia,” the memo said.

A week later, the WHD chief responded ambivalently.

While he had no objections to undertaking further investigations into the matter, he felt “enormous efforts could be expended on this matter” without the possibility of establishing anything concrete.

As a result, he suggested the matter be dropped.

France’s Charlie Hebdo Mocks Texas Flood Victims as Nazis

The French humor magazine Charlie Hebdo’s cover you see here shows how ignorant the left is. Houston, hardest hit by Hurricane Harvey’s flooding, is disgustingly diverse and mainly devoid of conservatives, much less Nazis. It’s a city of Nogs, fags, trannies, wetbacks, gooks, and other assorted nonwhite immigrants.

When Charlie Hebdo was attacked by Muslim terrorists America responded with “Je suis Charlie.” We take that back.

Townhall

French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is being criticized for its newest cover calling the people of Texas neo-Nazis. Its latest cover features an image of half-submerged Nazi flags and Hitler salutes, with the phrase “Dieu Existe! Il a noyé tous les néo-Nazis du Texas” as the caption.

The cover translates to “God Exists!” on the top, with “He drowned all the neo-Nazis in Texas!”

I mean, really?

Granted, this is Charlie Hebdo, and they’re not exactly known for kindness, tact, or any sort of respect, but really? This is low, even for a magazine that specializes in low.

People were quick to remind Hebdo that the world (including the United States) stood by the publication when their offices were attacked by Islamic terrorists, and that the U.S. military did a pretty good job eliminating the Nazis during WWII.

On its face, the cover makes very little sense. Houston is not a Republican city, the people of Texas most definitely are not neo-Nazis, and people of all races and creeds and colors were affected by the flooding and the storm. (Weather doesn’t discriminate!) This just is a cheap shot at a group of people who are already suffering, and it’s pretty tasteless.

Japanese Minister Praises Hitler, Says He Had “right motives”

THAT NAZI THING IS CATCHING ON IN JAPAN.

The important thing about this story is the reaction from the Simon Wiesenthal Center which claims that Aso’s remarks are “dangerous.”

It’s hard to see how the truth is dangerous, except to those who have created a false narrative. The tribe.

Back around 1980 I told a girl that I knew that I was going to form a punk rock group called Adolf and the Dead Jews, but first I had to grow a Hitler mustache. She was a Jew. I guess I’ve been a troll all my life. I’m just glad the Wiesenthal Center didn’t hear about it.

The Guardian

Japan’s finance minister, Taro Aso, has courted fresh controversy after expressing admiration for the Nazis, describing Adolf Hitler as “having the right motives”.

“Hitler, who killed millions of people, was no good even if his motive was right,” Aso told a meeting of his faction of the governing Liberal Democratic party, according to Jiji Press.

Aso retracted the comments on Wednesday after criticism that he appeared to be defending Hitler’s motives for the genocide of millions of Jews during the second world war.

“It is clear from my overall remarks that I regard Hitler in extremely negative terms, and it’s clear that his motives were also wrong,” Aso said in a statement, adding that he did not intend to defend Hitler, but to stress the importance of politicians achieving results.

“It was inappropriate that I cited Hitler as an example and I would like to retract that.”

TARO ASO. HE TAKES IT ALL BACK.

The Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Centre, which monitors anti-semitic activities, voiced “distress and disappointment” at the comments.

“This is just the latest of a troubling list of ‘misstatements’ and are downright dangerous,” the centre’s head, rabbi Abraham Cooper, said in a statement.

It is not the first time the gaffe-prone Aso has made controversial remarks about the Nazis.

In 2013, he came under pressure to resign after suggesting that Japan should follow the Nazis’ example when considering how to change its constitution.

Criticising the lack of support among older people for revising Japan’s postwar pacifist constitution, Aso said it could learn from how the Nazi party changed Germany’s constitution by stealth before the second world war.

Since revising Japan’s constitution could trigger protests, Aso suggested “doing it quietly, just as in one day the Weimar constitution changed to the Nazi constitution without anyone realising it. Why don’t we learn from that sort of tactic?”

Slant-Eyed “Bitch” Stirring Up Sh*t with Fake Hate Mail

The above snail mail sent to Beth Fukumoto is allegedly fake.

She published it with a story in the Huffington Post, linked in her Tweet. She’s a Democrat lawmaker in Hawaii.

We’re awake now. We don’t automatically accept the junk published by the corporate media as true.

It’s interesting that the “model minority” have increasingly embraced the theme of anti-whiteness and anti-Americanism. They have been put second to last in line (whites are last in line) by Affirmative Action, but they’ve had no trouble earning high incomes in the States. I guess human nature, the desire to find and hate an enemy, has turned them to go hard left.

Nazis march through Berlin waving flag of Hitler’s Third Reich

I REGRET NOTHING.

There seems to be an affection for the Third Reich growing worldwide. Or is it LARPing in order to shock people? Western culture is so degenerate–or as we might say–Jewed–that it takes a lot to shock normies. After all, now we have three year old trans boys who think they’re girls and even furries who think they’re dogs or cats or whatever animal.

If we’re not allowed to judge those three year old trans toddlers, then why the hell is the left allowed to judge Nazis?

metro.co.uk

Hundreds of neo-Nazis took to the streets of Berlin to mark 30 years since the death of Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess.

Around 250 white supremacists marched from the Spandau suburb’s station to the former Spandau Prison – where Hess, an early ally of Adolf Hitler, served out the life sentence he was given at the post-war Nuremberg trials for war crimes.

Far-right marchers held up banners reading ‘I regret nothing’, and hoisted the red, white and black flag of Hitler’s Third Reich as around 1,000 police officers looked on.

Neo-Nazis commemorate the 1987 prison suicide of Hitler’s one-time deputy every year.

However, this year’s rally has garnered more attention as it was held in the wake of the atrocity in Charlottesville, Virginia, in which 32-year-old anti-racist counter-protester Heather Heyer was killed.

Anti-fascists gathered at the location of the Berlin vigil to protest, saying the Nazi rally should have been banned.

‘It’s appalling that in the year 2017, Nazis can openly go on the streets for this deputy of Hitler,’ Gerhard Sattler, a protester, said.

‘This is impossible. The whole of German society must stand up against this.’

Photos also show police officers in riot gear violently detaining a counter-protester.

Symbols of the Nazi regime – such as the swastika flag – are already strictly banned in Germany.

But Berlin’s senator for interior affairs said that banning the rally would have been impossible to reconcile with the political freedoms of a democracy.

‘I would have been delighted with a ban,’ interior affairs senator Andreas Geisel said.

‘But we looked very closely at the matter and concluded that, unfortunately, arseholes also get to benefit from democratic freedoms.’

Hess was the last war criminal in Spandau Prison when he killed himself at the age of 93.

He was appointed Hitler’s deputy when the Nazis came to power in 1933, a position he retained until 1941, when he flew to Britain alone because he believed Hitler wanted him to negotiate a peace deal between the two warring countries.

Hess spent the rest of the war in prison in Britain before he was convicted of crimes against the peace at Nuremberg.

The injustice done to Rudolf Hess, assuming he was the real deal, is appalling. I would be willing to protest his mistreatment by the wartime allies and I’m not a Nazi.

Henry Makow has a number of pieces on Rudolf Hess, including this post that Hess was tortured by the British for trying to end the war. Somebody wanted the war to continue and it wasn’t Germany.

CNN Fires Conservative Pundit Over Mocking “Sieg Heil” Comment Aimed at Liberal Censors

CNN has proved once again that the Communist News Network has no sense of proportion or of righteousness.

One of their few conservative commentators, Jeff Lord, has been fired for the Twitter exchange you see above.

When you go to work for CNN, you’re making a deal with the devil, who has a way of turning on you.

BBC

CNN has parted company with a conservative commentator after he tweeted a Nazi salute at a prominent liberal critic.

Jeffrey Lord tweeted “Sieg Heil” in response to an exchange with the head of Media Matters for America.

He later said his comment had been misunderstood and that he was mocking fascists.

A CNN spokesperson said in a statement: “Nazi salutes are indefensible. Jeffrey Lord is no longer with the network.”

CNN described Mr Lord as one of its best known commentators and the first explicitly pro-Trump commentator to join the network.

Mr Lord has regularly sparred with Angelo Carusone, president of Media Matters for America.

Things came to a head on Thursday when Mr Lord tweeted at Mr Carusone, linking to a column he had written describing the group as “Media Matters Fascists, the anti-free speech bigots”.

Mr Carusone, whose name had been misspelt as “Corusone” in the headline, responded: “Your headline has a mistake in it. Why do you expect anyone to take you seriously when you don’t take yourself seriously.”

Mr Lord responded with: “Sieg Heil!”

He later defended his actions, saying he was mocking Nazis and fascists, and criticised CNN’s decision to sever ties with him.

“I feel they are caving to bullies here,” he said in a telephone interview.

First they came for MILO, but I was not a faggot and so I remained silent. Then, … blah, blah, blah.

Someone like Jeff Lord needs to be engaged in a Twitter war to show his street cred. But if he and other conservatives say anything meaningful, then they’re crucified.

It’s lose-lose.

One more thing. I wish these damn cuckservatives would stop comparing the left to Nazis. The left are communists. It’s a misrepresentation of history to break out the tired old Nazi stuff when battling the left.

JEFF LORD, FORMERLY WITH CNN.

Holocaust Truther Ernst Zundel Dies in Germany at 78

OLDER, UNDATED PHOTO OF ERNST ZUNDEL.

Freedom of belief and of conscience is part of the Western heritage. Ernst Zundel proved that the Jews have destroyed a significant part of our heritage. He proved it the hard way by serving hard prison time for questioning the Holocaust.

Now, he has died. (((They))) can’t persecute him anymore, unless they deny his right to a Christian burial.

The Star

Far-right German activist and Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel has died at the age of 78, according to media reports.

CBC says Zundel died Sunday at home in Germany’s Black Forest region after he was found unconscious by his sister Sigrid.

The cause of death was a heart attack, according to his wife, Ingrid. She said that Zundel died at the home in the Black Forest in Germany where he was born.

Born in Germany in 1939, Zundel immigrated to Canada in 1958 and for decades promoted Nazi propaganda through pamphlets and a website devoted to denying the Holocaust.

While he was living in Toronto and Montreal, Canadian officials twice rejected Zundel’s attempts to obtain Canadian citizenship, and he moved to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. He was deported to Canada from the U.S. in 2003 for alleged immigration violations.

The literature he published was twice ruled as hateful and in 2005, Zundel was declared a national security threat by a Federal Court judge, clearing the way for his deportation to Germany that year.

In February 2007, Zundel was convicted in Germany for 14 counts of inciting hatred for years of anti-Semitic activities, including contributing to a website devoted to denying the Holocaust.

Upon his conviction in Germany in 2007, the chief executive officer of the Canadian Jewish Congress called Zundel “one of the most renowned hate-mongers.”

“That will be his final epitaph,” Bernie Farber said.

He spent an additional number of years behind bars on the German warrant after having been deported from the United States for alleged immigration violations.

He was released in 2010.

Zundel’s supporters were known to argue that he was exercising his right to free speech.

Supporters outside the prison in Mannheim called Zundel “a brave man” and “a victim of justice,” while some maintained there still was no evidence that anyone was gassed to death at Nazi concentration camps during the Second World War.

In March, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s administrative appeals office, denied an application of E.C.Z., whose initials and supporting details led the Washington Post to conclude it was Zundel.

Zundel had applied for an immigrant visa to move to the United States with his wife of 16 years, a U.S. citizen. But he was classified as inadmissible because he has been convicted of foreign crimes for which the sentence was five years or more.

His controversial works continued to be felt even after his deportation. In March, Indigo Books & Music pulled two books from its online inventory that praise Hitler and question the Holocaust.

One of the books, The Hitler We Loved and Why, was co-written by Zundel under the pseudonym Christof Friedrich.