The following are passages from the novel Psyclone. The links below the text appear in its comprehensive appendix.
‘Now back to the situation we’re in, and what needs to be done. The world has suffered a silent fascist coup. Hitler and World War II were just one stage in a long-term vision based on theories of eugenics and world domination. A preparatory stage to test techniques, set the world military scene physically and psychologically, and establish military-industrial structures that have been expanding ever since. The vision has been slow to develop, but we’re fast approaching its realisation. It’s taken so long because of its breadth, nothing less than the complete control of the planet’s resources and inhabitants.
‘Hitler was a puppet funded and manipulated by people a lot smarter than he was. I.G. Farben was the company that made it possible for Hitler to go to war. Farben produced nearly a hundred percent of Hitler’s needs in synthetic rubber,methanol, oil from coal, aviation fuel, plastics, explosives, and poison gas. They were the company that produced the Zyklon B gas used in the concentration camps. Without Farben there could have been no war. But there would havebeen no Farben cartel without financial assistance from Wall Street. Wall Street banks loaned the Nazis over a hundred and thirty million dollars.
‘On the board of Farben’s American subsidiary, American I.G., was the chairman of the National City Bank and the Federal Reserve Bank, the president of the Ford Motor Company, a director of Standard Oil and the chairman of theChase Manhattan Bank. Ivy Lee & TJ Ross, the top public relations firm in New York, handled their publicity and fielded any criticism from inside America about American involvement with Farben. It was through technical assistance and support from well-known American companies that the German Wehrmacht was built, with techniques learned by Germans from car manufacturers in Detroit being used to construct Stukas. The fuel from coal technology came fromStandard Oil of New Jersey. The details, which are all publicly available, are shocking and saddening. My grandfather died in that war. And what of the millions of others who suffered and died for what was a huge money making andpower consolidating business exercise.
‘Following the war, three members of the board of Farben were found guilty of war crimes by the Nuremberg Tribunal. Three German directors, that is. No American directors were ever brought to trial. When Farben was disbanded by the allies, it later emerged in the guise of the companies they’d signed cartel agreements with including ICI, Carnation, Nestle, Bristol Meyers, Whitehall laboratories, Proctor and Gamble, Roche, Hoechst and Beyer and Co; mostly chemical and pharmaceutical companies. The Rockefeller Empire, old bedmates of Farben, and the Chase Manhattan Bank now allegedly own over half of the U.S.’s pharmaceutical interests and is the largest drug manufacturing combine in the world.
‘Add to those facts the hundreds of Nazi scientists and their families taken out of Germany immediately after the war by the Americans in Operation Paperclip, and resettled in the U.S., supposedly so that the Russians wouldn’t get their expertise. The main areas of their work were military, chemical, and biological. Josef Mengele, infamous for his ghoulish experiments on twins, is the kind of scientist we’re talking about. The SS officer Wernher von Braun who ledthe team that developed Germany’s V-2 rocket masterminded the U.S. moon missions. Herbertus Strughold, the man later called ‘the father of space medicine’, who designed NASA’s on-board life-support systems, had been involved in human experiments at Dachau and Auschwitz.
The statements above are based on data provided in the following:
Wall St and the Rise of Hitler by Prof. Anthony Sutton.
This is the third and final volume of a trilogy describing the role of the American corporate socialists, otherwise known as the Wall Street financial elite or the Eastern Liberal Establishment, in three significant twentieth-century historical events: the 1917 Lenin-Trotsky Revolution in Russia, the 1933 election of Franklin D. Roosevelt in the United States, and the 1933 seizure of power by Adolf Hitler in Germany.
Thoroughly documents how capitalists really acted during the Second World War. Behind the patriotic propaganda that encouraged the working class to slaughter each other in the interests of competing national interests, international capital quietly kept the commodity circuits flowing and profits growing across all borders.
Extracted from “Trading With the Enemy: An Exposé of The Nazi-American Money-Plot 1933-1949” by Charles Higham; & “The Coca Cola Company under the Nazis” by Eleanor Jones and Florian Ritzmann
Charles Higham is the son of a former UK MP and Cabinet member.