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FTR #1102 Fascism: 2019 World Tour, Part 12 (The Intermarium Continuity, Part 3–Further Reflections on The Pivot Point)

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Intro­duc­tion: Full appre­ci­a­tion and analy­sis of the his­tor­i­cal and polit­i­cal depth of Ukraine as a “piv­ot point”–a nexus vital to con­trol of the Earth Island and, con­se­quent­ly, the world–can be gleaned from exam­i­na­tion of the extent of net­work­ing between Ukrain­ian fas­cists, oth­er Cen­tral and East­ern Euro­pean fas­cists and Third Reich intel­li­gence. Note the mas­sive pres­ence of a Ukrainian/Nazi Fifth Col­umn in the US, linked to and direct­ed by Third Reich intel­li­gence.

The Ukrain­ian nation­al­ist alliance with Nazi Ger­many had as its foun­da­tion the under­stand­ing that Hitler would invade the Sovi­et Union and enlist the Ukraini­ans as allies.

This por­tion of the dis­cus­sion over­laps mate­r­i­al pre­sent­ed in FTR #907.

Key Points of Dis­cus­sion and Analy­sis Include:

  1. The role of for­mer Czarist intel­li­gence agent Boris Bra­sol in the White Russian/fascist under­ground oper­at­ing in con­junc­tion with Axis intel­li­gence. [Note: in FTR #511–a recap of Mis­cel­la­neous Archive Show M11–we not­ed Boris Bra­sol’s role as a con­duit of funds between Amer­i­can indus­tri­al­ist Hen­ry Ford and Adolf Hitler.]
  2. The pres­ence in this milieu of Gen­er­al George Van Horn Mose­ley, who was: an aide to Dou­glas MacArthur; an aide to Sen­a­tor Joseph McCarthy; as dis­cussed in AFA #10, a plot­ter with Third Reich intel­li­gence to over­throw FDR.
  3. Har­ry Ben­net­t’s col­lab­o­ra­tion with Axis agent Father Couglin. Ben­nett was in charge of Hitler finan­cial backer Hen­ry Ford’s “Per­son­nel Ser­vice,” which used pro­fes­sion­al crim­i­nals to attack Ford employ­ees and union orga­niz­ers. Ben­nett was a key mem­ber of the Michi­gan parole board and got some of the most vicious crim­i­nals in that state’s cor­rec­tion­al sys­tem released into the ser­vice of Ford, where they con­tin­ued to ply their trade.
  4. The key pres­ence in this milieu of the OUN, which had a head­quar­ters in Rome. ” . . . . In late 1940, the Orga­ni­za­tion of Ukrain­ian Nation­al­ists [OUN–D.E.] moved to Rome, where a cor­re­spon­dent of the offi­cial Ukrain­ian Fas­cist news­pa­per Svo­bo­da, of New Jer­sey, was the pay­mas­ter of funds sup­plied in the Unit­ed States. All mem­bers of the orga­ni­za­tion in Ger­many were in the Gestapo or the Reg­u­lar Army from the moment war broke out in Europe. They kept up con­stant con­tact with their Amer­i­can asso­ciates. . . .”

Stephan Ban­dera, head of the OUN/B

The Ukrain­i­nan fas­cist milieu was exposed in by Alex­ei Pelypenko. A Roman Catholic priest, Pelypenko turned against the Axis after the Hitler-Stal­in pact. No longer hav­ing con­fi­dence in Hitler’s plans to invade the Sovi­et Union and enlist the sup­port of the Ukrain­ian fas­cists as a polit­i­cal and mil­i­tary ally.

Pelypenko and oth­ers sought to ally them­selves with Britain and the U.S. in a Cen­tral Euro­pean alliance that listeners/readers will rec­og­nize as a man­i­fes­ta­tion of the Inter­mar­i­um. ” . . . . the action of the Moscow gov­ern­ment in mov­ing into East Poland and stop­ping the Ger­man advance and the sign­ing of the pact between Hitler and Stal­in caused him and his fel­low Ukraini­ans to lose faith in the Ger­mans’ car­ry­ing out their part of the agree­ment. He and his col­leagues felt that they should throw their lot in with the British and work for the for­ma­tion of a bloc of Slav­ic states, includ­ing Yugoslavia, Czecho­slo­va­kia, Roma­nia, Bul­gar­ia, and ‘Ukrainia.’ These col­leagues knew that it would be nec­es­sary to have British and Amer­i­can sup­port to form the bloc and defend the area from Russ­ian aggres­sion. . . .”

Note, also, that the OUN assas­si­nat­ed the Pol­ish Min­is­ter of the Inte­ri­or. The assas­sin was said by Pelypenko to have been tar­get­ing FDR on behalf of the Axis. ” . . . . he [Pelypenko] revealed that a White Russ­ian who had assas­si­nat­ed the Pol­ish Min­is­ter of the Inte­ri­or in 1934, was being import­ed to assas­si­nate Pres­i­dent Roo­sevelt. . . . ”

We con­clude the pro­gram with dis­cus­sion of the OUN’s mur­der of Pol­ish Min­is­ter of the Inte­ri­or Bro­nis­law Pier­ac­ki. Accord­ing to Pelypenko, the assas­sin was going to be brought into the Unit­ed States to kill FDR. Note that the assas­si­na­tion of Pier­ac­ki was planned at a meet­ing in Berlin.

” . . . . The assas­si­na­tion of Bro­nisław Pier­ac­ki, referred to as the War­saw process in the Ukrain­ian his­to­ri­og­ra­phy, was a well-orches­trat­ed tar­get killing of Poland’s top politi­cian of the inter­war peri­od, Min­is­ter of Inte­ri­or Bro­nisław Pier­ac­ki (1895–1934) by the Orga­ni­za­tion of Ukrain­ian Nation­al­ists (OUN) as a retal­i­a­tion for the gov­ern­ment pol­i­cy of Paci­fi­ca­tion which was car­ried out by the police. OUN was formed in Poland as an amal­ga­ma­tion between a num­ber of extreme right-wing orga­ni­za­tions includ­ing the Union of Ukrain­ian Fas­cists.[2] From the moment of its found­ing in 1929, fas­cism played a cen­tral role in the orga­ni­za­tion, com­bin­ing extreme eth­no-nation­al­ism with ter­ror­ism, cor­po­ratism, and anti-Semi­tism.[2][3] The cho­sen assas­sin, Hry­horij Maciejko pseu­do­nym ‘Gon­ta’, was a trust­ed mem­ber of OUN.[4] The assas­si­na­tion plan was decid­ed at an OUN meet­ing in Berlin. Maciejko was sup­plied with a makeshift bomb and a 7.65mm cal­iber pis­tol from Ban­dera.[1] In the morn­ing of 15 June 1934 Maciejko (age 31) appeared at the Fok­sal Street in War­saw in front of a social club fre­quent­ed by Pier­ac­ki. He wait­ed there for sev­er­al hours unde­tect­ed. The min­is­ter arrived in his lim­ou­sine at 3:30 p.m.; how­ev­er, Maciejko’s bomb failed. He pulled the gun and shot the min­is­ter from behind twice in the back of his head.[4] Maciejko escaped suc­cess­ful­ly with the help of OUN emis­saries all the way to Czecho­slo­va­kia and fur­ther to Argenti­na. . . . ”

Ulti­mate­ly, OUN per­son­nel were involved in cov­er­ing-up the assas­si­na­tion of JFK by help­ing to cre­ate the “Sovi­ets did it” diver­sion. This was cov­ered at length in FTR #876.

1. Full appre­ci­a­tion and analy­sis of the his­tor­i­cal and polit­i­cal depth of Ukraine as a piv­ot point–a nexus vital to con­trol of the Earth Island and, con­se­quent­ly, the world–can be gleaned from exam­i­na­tion of the extent of net­work­ing between Ukrain­ian fas­cists, oth­er Cen­tral and East­ern Euro­pean fas­cists and Third Reich intel­li­gence. Note the mas­sive pres­ence of a Ukrainian/Nazi Fifth Col­umn in the US, linked to and direct­ed by Third Reich intel­li­gence.

The Ukrain­ian nation­al­ist alliance with Nazi Ger­many had as its foun­da­tion the under­stand­ing that Hitler would invade the Sovi­et Union and enlist the Ukraini­ans as allies.

This por­tion of the dis­cus­sion over­laps mate­r­i­al pre­sent­ed in FTR #907.

Key Points of Dis­cus­sion and Analy­sis Include:

  1. The role of for­mer Czarist intel­li­gence agent Boris Bra­sol in the White Russian/fascist under­ground oper­at­ing in con­junc­tion with Axis intel­li­gence. [Note: in FTR #511–a recap of Mis­cel­la­neous Archive Show M11–we not­ed Boris Bra­sol’s role as a con­duit of funds between Amer­i­can indus­tri­al­ist Hen­ry Ford and Adolf Hitler.]
  2. The pres­ence in this milieu of Gen­er­al George Van Horn Mose­ley, who was: an aide to Dou­glas MacArthur; an aide to Sen­a­tor Joseph McCarthy; as dis­cussed in AFA #10, a plot­ter with Third Reich intel­li­gence to over­throw FDR.
  3. Har­ry Ben­net­t’s col­lab­o­ra­tion with Axis agent Father Couglin. Ben­nett was in charge of Hitler finan­cial backer Hen­ry Ford’s “Per­son­nel Ser­vice,” which used pro­fes­sion­al crim­i­nals to attack Ford employ­ees and union orga­niz­ers. Ben­nett was a key mem­ber of the Michi­gan parole board and got some of the most vicious crim­i­nals in that state’s cor­rec­tion­al sys­tem released into the ser­vice of Ford, where they con­tin­ued to ply their trade.
  4. The key pres­ence in this milieu of the OUN, which had a head­quar­ters in Rome. ” . . . . In late 1940, the Orga­ni­za­tion of Ukrain­ian Nation­al­ists [OUN–D.E.] moved to Rome, where a cor­re­spon­dent of the offi­cial Ukrain­ian Fas­cist news­pa­per Svo­bo­da, of New Jer­sey, was the pay­mas­ter of funds sup­plied in the Unit­ed States. All mem­bers of the orga­ni­za­tion in Ger­many were in the Gestapo or the Reg­u­lar Army from the moment war broke out in Europe. They kept up con­stant con­tact with their Amer­i­can asso­ciates. . . .”

 Amer­i­can Swasti­ka by Charles High­am; Dou­ble­day & Co. [HC]; Copy­right 1985 by Charles High­am; ISBN 0–385-17874–3; pp. 117–121.

Alfred Rosen­berg was the chief inspi­ra­tion for the Amer­i­can White Russ­ian groups led by the Orga­ni­za­tion for Rebirth of the Ukraine, bet­ter known as ODWU, and the Ukrain­ian Het­man Orga­ni­za­tion, or UHO. The con­cern of these orga­ni­za­tions, which were keen­ly sup­port­ed by Boris Bra­sol, was the recap­tur­ing of the Ukraine from the Sovi­et Union. [Note: in FTR #511–a recap of Mis­cel­la­neous Archive Show M11–we not­ed Boris Bra­sol’s role as a con­duit of funds between Amer­i­can indus­tri­al­ist Hen­ry Ford and Adolf Hitler.–D.E.] Meet­ings of the Con­trol Com­mis­sion of the Ukrain­ian nation­al Orga­ni­za­tion were held at 83 Grand Street, Jer­sey City, and were heav­i­ly attend­ed by lead­ers of the Ukrain­ian com­mu­ni­ty. By 1940, the asso­ci­a­tion had a mem­ber­ship of forth thou­sand peo­ple, all oper­at­ing under for­mer lead­ers of the White Guard, a ter­ror­ist Czarist orga­ni­za­tion that com­mit­ted acts of vio­lence, mur­der, and despo­li­a­tion in Poland and the Balka­ns. The direct­ing body or Provid, which worked direct­ly with the Abwehr and with the Aus­lands Organ­i­sa­tion (AO), had a string of spe­cial liai­son offi­cials bound to their duties by a sacred oath, who thread­ed through free nations spread­ing their doc­trines and sub­ver­sive plans.

In the late 1930s, ter­ror­ist lead­ers of the ODWU, includ­ing lead­ers of the Ger­man Arm spe­cial­iz­ing in espi­onage oper­a­tions, arrived in the Unit­ed States and were grant­ed res­i­den­cy when many Jews had dif­fi­cul­ty in squeez­ing through the needle’s eye of the State Depart­ment Visa Divi­sion, By 1940, fol­low­ing a series of clan­des­tine meet­ings across the nation, the leader of the ODWU in the Unit­ed States was Mon­sign­or Ivan  Buchko of the Ukrain­ian Catholic church at 22 East Sev­enth Street, New York. Despite the fact that his activ­i­ties on behalf of the Nazis had result­ed in his removal even from coun­tries like Argenti­na and Uruguay, he was admit­ted back to the Unit­ed States and had no fur­ther prob­lems with either Breck­in­ridge Long, of the Visa Divi­sion, or Major Lemuel Schofield of the Immi­gra­tion and Nat­u­ral­iza­tion Ser­vice.

The het­man was par­tic­u­lar­ly influ­en­tial in Detroit. It is not sur­pris­ing that a spe­cial assis­tant to Har­ry Ben­nett, of Ford Motor Com­pa­ny, was one of the het­mans at a time when Ben­nett 3was work­ing close­ly with Cough­lin to infil­trate labor unions. The Ger­man-Amer­i­can Bund under Ger­hardt Wil­helm Kun­ze paid funds into the UHO, and the reli­able Ger­man Library of Infor­ma­tion, at 17 Bat­tery Place, sup­plied much pro­pa­gan­da mate­r­i­al for dis­tri­b­u­tion. A keen admir­er of the UHO and the ODWU was Joseph P. Kamp, the pros­e­ly­tiz­er, edi­tor and pub­lish­er, and spon­sor of the Nazi Sym­pa­thiz­er Major Gen­er­al Van Horn Mose­ley, who lat­er became a sup­port­er and inti­mate friend of Sen­a­tor Joseph McCarthy of Wis­con­sin.

Mean­while, lead­ers of the ODWU and the UHO besieged Hitler with telegrams of approval of his every move. The orga­ni­za­tions had con­tacts in the Army.

In late 1940, the Orga­ni­za­tion of Ukrain­ian Nation­al­ists [OUN–D.E.] moved to Rome, where a cor­re­spon­dent of the offi­cial Ukrain­ian Fas­cist news­pa­per Svo­bo­da, of New Jer­sey, was the pay­mas­ter of funds sup­plied in the Unit­ed States. All mem­bers of the orga­ni­za­tion in Ger­many were in the Gestapo or the Reg­u­lar Army from the moment war broke out in Europe. They kept up con­stant con­tact with their Amer­i­can asso­ciates. The Ukrain­ian Catholic dio­cese gave sup­port to the orga­ni­za­tion; and when a rep­re­sen­ta­tive went to New York City as an aux­il­iary autho­rized by Car­di­nal Spell­man, he actu­al­ly began pro­mot­ing the ODWU and the UHO through Catholic jour­nals. The orga­ni­za­tions raised sub­stan­tial funds to sub­vert the large num­ber of Ukrain­ian-Amer­i­cans who were opposed to their activ­i­ties.

The Ukrain­ian Mutu­al Aid Soci­ety held a meet­ing in New York City on Octo­ber 101940, demand­ing the ejec­tion of the ODWU and the UHO from Ukrain­ian cir­cles. The mem­bers insist­ed that unless the Ukrain­ian nation­al Asso­ci­a­tion purged itself of all pro-Nazi ele­ments they would split off per­ma­nent­ly from the UNA. Let­ters were drawn up, signed by all mem­bers, insist­ing on the out­law­ing of the extrem­ists. They were backed by the lib­er­al news­pa­per PM  and by Albert E. Kahn’s week­ly newslet­ter The Hour.

In Decem­ber 1940, with the mat­ter not resolved, a mem­ber of the British appease­ment group which was lob­by­ing for nego­ti­at­ed peace with Hitler made con­tact with Svo­bo­da’s edi­tor, in Cana­da. The paper had been banned there. The agent told him that he rep­re­sent­ed Lord Hal­i­fax, who was short­ly to become British ambas­sador to Wash­ing­ton; about a month ear­li­er, at a meet­ing at the Mark Hop­kins Hotel, in San Fran­cis­co, Sir William Wise­man, of Kuhn, Loeb, had dis­cussed with the Princess Ste­fanie Hohen­loe and Nazi Con­sul Gen­er­al Fritz Wiede­mann Lord Halifax’s role in a nego­ti­at­ed peace with Ger­many.

Boris Bra­sol was in sup­port of the Fas­cists. On Jan­u­ary 26, 1941, he pub­lished in the news­pa­per Rossiya an open let­ter to Radio sta­tion WEAF in New York City attack­ing the Fred War­ing orches­tra for ruin­ing the old Russ­ian nation­al anthem to the com­mer­cial “Forty mil­lion Amer­i­cans are smok­ing Chester­fields.” Bra­sol con­demned the jazz­ing up of the hymn as part of a Bol­she­vik plot and threat­ened a Russ­ian-Amer­i­can boy­cott of the well-known brand of cig­a­rette.

In March of 1941, the Ukrain­ian press ser­vice in Rome increased sup­plies of pro­pa­gan­da to the Unit­ed States. In one bul­letin, it bragged that ODWU mem­bers in Argenti­na, oper­at­ing direct­ly under the Nazis, had sunk sev­er­al British ships. Oth­er mis­sives from Rome attacked the ODWU crit­ics in The Hour and PM. But Albert E. Kahn, of the for­mer pub­li­ca­tion, obtained a doc­u­ment in book­let form with pho­tographs show­ing a UHO con­ven­tion in Berlin in which the mem­bers gave the Nazi salute to a por­trait if Hitler. Pub­li­ca­tion of this infor­ma­tion caused embar­rass­ment in Berlin, since the orga­ni­za­tion was not thought to be as wide­ly exposed as the Ger­man-Amer­i­can Bund. There was talk in Nazi cir­cles of dis­band­ing it; but on April 5, Kahn charged that Ukrain­ian Fas­cists were respon­si­ble for the sab­o­tage of the Penn­syl­va­nia Rail­road Cleve­land-to-Pitts­burgh express which caused the death of five per­sons.

Oth­er orga­ni­za­tions sup­port­ed the Ukraini­ans. These includ­ed Roman­ian groups con­nect­ed to the Iron Guard. Sup­port also came from the Arme­ni­ans, in the form of the Tash­nags, or Armen­ian Rev­o­lu­tion­ary Fed­er­a­tioners, who had made a deal with Hitler that he would put them in pow­er when he invad­ed their Sovi­et con­trolled coun­try. A Tash­nag had stabbed to death Arch­bish­op Leon Touri­an, a pri­mate of the Armen­ian Church in Amer­i­ca, when he was cel­e­brat­ing Mass in New York on Christ­mas Eve 1933, charg­ing that the arch­bish­op was a Sovi­et secret agent.

The Tash­nags had finan­cial and per­son­al links to the Irish and White Russ­ian groups. As ear­ly as March 15, 1938, the ODWU organ The Nation­al­ist extend­ed an invi­ta­tion to all Armen­ian rev­o­lu­tion­ar­ies to coor­di­nate their activ­i­ties with the Ukraini­ans. And that col­lab­o­ra­tion con­tin­ued until the ear­ly 1940s. Like the Ukraini­ans, the Armen­ian ter­ror­ists false­ly claimed the sup­port of the whole of their nation­al com­mu­ni­ty.

The same month, instead of dis­cred­it­ing th4 ODWU and the UHO, Nazi Ger­many issued instruc­tions for Ukraini­ans to step up their activ­i­ties. Under orders from Berlin, they infil­trat­ed agents into every indus­try and the Army, Navy, and Coast Guard, until final­ly they matched the Irish in being instru­ments of Nazi sub­ver­sive efforts.

By July, 1941, the Ukrain­ian orga­ni­za­tions were financed from Berlin and Amer­i­can sym­pa­thiz­ers to the sum of $6,000,000. Through their record­ing sec­re­tary, they retained con­tact with the Berlin head­quar­ters. They denounced Win­ston Churchill and Roo­sevelt for join­ing forces with the Sovi­et Union.

All through that sum­mer, Ukrain­ian fifth colum­nists spread out across the Unit­ed States film­ing roads, bridges, fac­to­ries, and mil­i­tary and naval loca­tions. Vir­tu­al­ly the whole of Pitts­burgh, with its mills, rail­road yards and riv­er barges; Detroit and the bridge to Wind­sor, Ontario; and Lock­heed and oth­er air­plane plants in Cal­i­for­nia were filmed by the under­ground groups. By Octo­ber, they had a grasp of the whole Amer­i­can defense sys­tem. They were aid­ed by Lithua­ni­ans who super­vised the dis­tri­b­u­tion of Nazi mate­ri­als in Lithuan­ian-lan­guage dailies bit­ter­ly attack­ing the Red Rus­sians and call­ing for all Lithua­ni­ans to stand shoul­der to shoul­der against the Sovi­et Union. The orga­ni­za­tion worked very close­ly with the Quis­ling-type regime in Lithua­nia, the pup­pet gov­ern­ment set up under the Nazis. The Lithua­ni­ans were par­tic­u­lar­ly active in dis­trib­ut­ing leaflets con­demn­ing Germany’s ene­mies in the mat­ter of the inva­sion of Rus­sia.

The Ukraini­ans had friends every­where. Even so dis­tin­guished a pub­lish­er as the Yale Uni­ver­si­ty Press pub­lished a book, Michael Hrushevsky’s A His­to­ry of the Ukraine, which praised the Ger­man Ukrain­ian fifth col­umn in the most extrav­a­gant terms and praised Hitler out­right. A ven­omous stream of man­i­festos poured out of ODWU head­quar­ters as Hitler became an increas­ing threat to the Unit­ed States and Roo­sevelt waged an unde­clared war in the Atlantic. It was not until after Pearl Har­bor that at last, the Jew­ish Hen­ry Mor­gen­thau, Jr., Sec­re­tary of the Trea­sury, ordered the freez­ing of the Ukrain­ian funds. . . . .

2. The Ukrain­i­nan fas­cist milieu was exposed in by Alex­ei Pelypenko. A Roman Catholic priest, Pelypenko turned against the Axis after the Hitler-Stal­in pact. No longer hav­ing con­fi­dence in Hitler’s plans to invade the Sovi­et Union and enlist the sup­port of the Ukrain­ian fas­cists as a polit­i­cal and mil­i­tary ally.

Pelypenko and oth­ers sought to ally them­selves with Britain and the U.S. in a Cen­tral Euro­pean alliance that listeners/readers will rec­og­nize as a man­i­fes­ta­tion of the Inter­mar­i­um. ” . . . . the action of the Moscow gov­ern­ment in mov­ing into East Poland and stop­ping the Ger­man advance and the sign­ing of the pact between Hitler and Stal­in caused him and his fel­low Ukraini­ans to lose faith in the Ger­mans’ car­ry­ing out their part of the agree­ment. He and his col­leagues felt that they should throw their lot in with the British and work for the for­ma­tion of a bloc of Slav­ic states, includ­ing Yugoslavia, Czecho­slo­va­kia, Roma­nia, Bul­gar­ia, and ‘Ukrainia.’ These col­leagues knew that it would be nec­es­sary to have British and Amer­i­can sup­port to form the bloc and defend the area from Russ­ian aggres­sion. . . .”

Note, also, that the OUN assas­si­nat­ed the Pol­ish Min­is­ter of the Inte­ri­or. The assas­sin was said by Pelypenko to have been tar­get­ing FDR on behalf of the Axis. ” . . . . he [Pelypenko] revealed that a White Russ­ian who had assas­si­nat­ed the Pol­ish Min­is­ter of the Inte­ri­or in 1934, was being import­ed to assas­si­nate Pres­i­dent Roo­sevelt. . . . ”

The OUN’s mur­der of Bro­nis­law Pier­ac­ki is dis­cussed below.

Amer­i­can Swasti­ka by Charles High­am; Dou­ble­day & Co. [HC]; Copy­right 1985 by Charles High­am; ISBN 0–385-17874–3; pp. 125–126.

. . . . Pelypenko attached him­self to the chief of the Gestapo in South Amer­i­ca, and to the Ger­man embassy. Because of his links to White Rus­sians and the Ger­man Gov­ern­ment, he joined the inter­na­tion­al plot to assist Ukraini­ans in start­ing a rev­o­lu­tion on the day when Ger­many would invade Rus­sia. How­ev­er, the action of the Moscow gov­ern­ment in mov­ing into East Poland and stop­ping the Ger­man advance and the sign­ing of the pact between Hitler and Stal­in caused him and his fel­low Ukraini­ans to lose faith in the Ger­mans’ car­ry­ing out their part of the agree­ment. He and his col­leagues felt that they should throw their lot in with the British and work for the for­ma­tion of a bloc of Slav­ic states, includ­ing Yugoslavia, Czecho­slo­va­kia, Roma­nia, Bul­gar­ia, and “Ukrainia.” These col­leagues knew that it would be nec­es­sary to have British and Amer­i­can sup­port to form the bloc and defend the area from Russ­ian aggres­sion. They also felt Turkey and Greece could be used as a buffer against Rus­sia.

Arriv­ing at the begin­ning of 1941, he revealed that the Nazis and the Japan­ese had designs on the Pana­ma Canal. He said that the Pol­ish army sta­tioned in Iran was being trained to attack Rus­sia; that Turkey would be brought into the fight against Rus­sia; that the Sovi­ets were furi­ous with Wash­ing­ton for not clos­ing down Count Von­si­atsky’s activ­i­ties; that Rus­sia would be very dan­ger­ous after World War II; and that no offi­cial secrets must be giv­en to the Russ­ian ambas­sador.

Pelypenko told Mil­i­tary Intel­li­gence offi­cers of G‑2 on March 18, 1941, that Nazis were coor­di­nat­ing Ger­man, Japan­ese, Ital­ian, and Span­ish spies on the Amer­i­can West Coast through the Ukrain­ian  and oth­er White Russ­ian groups under Von­si­atsky.  He gave the army men lists of names of White Russ­ian spies; and he revealed that a White Russ­ian who had assas­si­nat­ed the Pol­ish Min­is­ter of the Inte­ri­or in 1934, was being import­ed to assas­si­nate Pres­i­dent Roo­sevelt. . . . 

3. We con­clude the pro­gram with dis­cus­sion of the OUN’s mur­der of Pol­ish Min­is­ter of the Inte­ri­or Bro­nis­law Pier­ac­ki. Accord­ing to Pelypenko, the assas­sin was going to be brought into the Unit­ed States to kill FDR. Note that the assas­si­na­tion of Pier­ac­ki was planned at a meet­ing in Berlin.

Ulti­mate­ly, OUN per­son­nel were involved in cov­er­ing-up the assas­si­na­tion of JFK by help­ing to cre­ate the “Sovi­ets did it” diver­sion. This was cov­ered at length in FTR #876.

“Assas­si­na­tion of Bro­nis­law Pier­ac­ki;” Wikipedia.com 

The assas­si­na­tion of Bro­nisław Pier­ac­ki, referred to as the War­saw process in the Ukrain­ian his­to­ri­og­ra­phy, was a well-orches­trat­ed tar­get killing of Poland’s top politi­cian of the inter­war peri­od, Min­is­ter of Inte­ri­or Bro­nisław Pier­ac­ki (1895–1934) by the Orga­ni­za­tion of Ukrain­ian Nation­al­ists (OUN) as a retal­i­a­tion for the gov­ern­ment pol­i­cy of Paci­fi­ca­tion which was car­ried out by the police.

OUN was formed in Poland as an amal­ga­ma­tion between a num­ber of extreme right-wing orga­ni­za­tions includ­ing the Union of Ukrain­ian Fas­cists.[2] From the moment of its found­ing in 1929, fas­cism played a cen­tral role in the orga­ni­za­tion, com­bin­ing extreme eth­no-nation­al­ism with ter­ror­ism, cor­po­ratism, and anti-Semi­tism.[2][3] The cho­sen assas­sin, Hry­horij Maciejko pseu­do­nym “Gon­ta”, was a trust­ed mem­ber of OUN.[4]

The assas­si­na­tion plan was decid­ed at an OUN meet­ing in Berlin. Maciejko was sup­plied with a makeshift bomb and a 7.65mm cal­iber pis­tol from Ban­dera.[1] In the morn­ing of 15 June 1934 Maciejko (age 31) appeared at the Fok­sal Street in War­saw in front of a social club fre­quent­ed by Pier­ac­ki. He wait­ed there for sev­er­al hours unde­tect­ed. The min­is­ter arrived in his lim­ou­sine at 3:30 p.m.; how­ev­er, Maciejko’s bomb failed. He pulled the gun and shot the min­is­ter from behind twice in the back of his head.[4] Maciejko escaped suc­cess­ful­ly with the help of OUN emis­saries all the way to Czecho­slo­va­kia and fur­ther to Argenti­na.[5] The state funer­al of Pier­ac­ki was attend­ed by some 100,000 peo­ple. The cof­fin was sent to Nowy Sącz in a spe­cial train and laid in his fam­i­ly tomb.[6]

The Pol­ish author­i­ties did not real­ize at first that OUN was behind the assas­si­na­tion, and blamed the Pol­ish Nation­al Rad­i­cal Camp (ONR) for it. The mis­take had ter­ri­ble con­se­quences for Poland’s polit­i­cal life.[5] As a result of this, the Bereza Kar­tus­ka prison for dis­si­dents was formed.[4] Only a year lat­er it became known that OUN was behind the assas­si­na­tion of Bro­nisław Pier­ac­ki. The process of OUN lead­ers before a War­saw cir­cuit court took place between 18 Novem­ber 1935 and 13 Jan­u­ary 1936. Stepan Ban­deraMyko­la Lebed and sev­er­al oth­er mem­bers of the OUN were proven guilty of prepa­ra­tion of the assas­si­na­tion. . . .

Discussion

2 comments for “FTR #1102 Fascism: 2019 World Tour, Part 12 (The Intermarium Continuity, Part 3–Further Reflections on The Pivot Point)”

  1. Don’t know if you’ve seen the series of blog arti­cles by Yasha Levine con­cern­ing the Ukrain­ian nazi back­ground of Chrys­tia Free­land — Cana­di­an For­eign Min­is­ter

    eg

    https://yasha.substack.com/p/dismantling-socialism-son-of-canadian

    Posted by Mark | February 11, 2020, 2:27 am
  2. Posted by Dave Emory | February 11, 2020, 6:13 pm

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