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FTR #134 Miscellaneous Articles and Updates

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Introducing and/or updating stories relevant to recent political and economic events, this segment begins with a story about the Conservative Citizens Council or CCC. This overtly racist and pro-fascist group is connected to key Republican Congressmen and Senators and believes African-Americans to be inferior, glorifies the Confederate States of the American Civil War and interfaces with a number of fascist organizations, including the National Alliance. The latter is, arguably, the most important U.S. Nazi group, whose publishing group publishes The Turner Diaries and Serpent’s Walk. One of its theoreticians published a “discussion paper” under the auspices of CCC. The Broadcast also presents discussion of a ceremony honoring a Norwegian Waffen SS division that had participated in the siege of Leningrad during World War II (taking place in the town that had served as its headquarters during the siege.)

Next, the discussion highlights the appointment of a key aide to billionaire currency speculator George Soros to serve as head of Brazil’s central bank. The Brazilian currency is under precisely the type of speculative pressure that has been exerted and exploited by Soros’s firm in the past.

The program includes excerpted correspondence from Paul Manning, author of Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile (Hardcover, Lyle Stuart, copyright 1981). This correspondence discusses former Gestapo chief Heinrich Mueller’s discreding of Ladislas Farago’s book Aftermath and the training of Libyan strongman Khadafy’s intelligence service. General Mueller executed these gambits in his capacity as security director for the Bormann Organization. This program winds up with discussion of Gerald Posner’s discreding of Farago. Posner also believes that Lee Harvey Oswald and James Earl Ray (the subjects of recent books by Posner) were lone nuts. (Recorded in February of 1999.)

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