27 Sep 2016

FACT: Operation Paperclip

To this day one of the most secret USA intelligence programs, Operation Paperclip illegally brought 760 Nazi scientists to America in the wake of WWII. Many had committed numerous war crimes, including conducting biomedical experiments on humans at concentration camps and in secret Lebensborn labs.
Image is of 104 Operation Paperclip rocket scientists taken at Fort Bliss, Texas in 1946. Wernher von Braun, Ludwig Roth and Arthur Rudolph, are picture among the scientists. Many had worked to develop the V-2 Rocket at Peenemünde Germany and were brought to the U.S. after World War II.

FACT: Lebensborn Project

Lebensborn, translated from archaic German as 'wellspring (or, fountain) of life', the most secret and terrifying Nazi breeding program, was launched in 1935 by the SS boss and Hitler's right-hand man, Heinrich Himmler, a member of the Thule Society.
Rooted in the mainstream genetics of reputable and most advanced scientific and technological society of its day, the aim of the project was to create "genetic purity" of the superior Aryan master race.
The Lebensborn mothers swore the SS oath, “My honour is my loyalty,”[1] a bond of secrecy which for many proved hard to break even decades later.
1] Witness: Lebensborn Babies, 2012 BBC documentary

FACT: Thule Society

Thule-Gesellschaft, or The Thule Society, founded in 1918, believed in the greatness of German ancestry reaching far back into history to the ancient Aryan race, which they aimed to resurrect.
In the Thule Society ‘the sun played a prime role as a sacred symbol of the Aryans, in contrast to the moon, revered by the Semitic peoples.’1 The symbol they used was the Black Sun.
1] Angeburt, 1974, The Occult & the Third Reich, Macmillan Publishing Co, Inc. 1974
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