Chief of the Hamburg police during a period in which German intelligence had members of the Hamburg cell of 9/11 hijackers under surveillance, Ernst Uhrlau was appointed special adviser to the Chancellor on intelligence matters in 1998. He became head of the BND in 2005. During Uhrlau’s tenure as BND director, files on BND officers with SS and Gestapo backgrounds were shredded.
This program highlights German/Underground Reich connections to both the 9/11 attacks and the Oklahoma City bombing. Of particular significance is Ernst Uhrlau: chief of Hamburg police at the time German intelligence had the 9/11 cell under surveillance, appointed coordinator of intelligence for the German chancellor in 1998 and head of the BND in 2005. The son of Chancellor Kohl’s chief of staff may have masterminded the Oklahoma City bombing and BND may well have been manipulating Mohamed Atta.
It should come as no surprise that the NSA would target Germany as a “hot spot” for electronic surveillance. We call attention to Ernst Uhrlau, chief of police in Hamburg during the time German intelligence had the Hamburg cell of 9/11 hijackers under surveillance, later special adviser to Chancellor Helmut Kohl on intelligence matters (the son of whose chief of staff may have masterminded the Oklahoma City bombing), and eventually head of the BND! UPDATED ON 10/30/2013.
The BND–the German intelligence service that evolved from Hitler’s Eastern Front intelligence organization–may well have played a role in the 9/11 attacks. 9/11 hijacker Mohamed Atta traveled under the auspices of the Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft and appears to have made contact with his German sponsors while studying German at the Goethe Institute of Cairo. The Goethe Institute is widely viewed as a front for German intelligence. Atta enrolled at the Goethe Institute after being encouraged by his father, who, according to Daniel Hopsicker, was seen in South Florida with Atta.
“New image” for Germany. In 1999, capital moved from Bonn to Berlin, Goethe’s 250th birthday celebrated as cultural renewal, “center-left” government’s third military incursion into the Balkans in 20th century.
Listen: One segment This program updates and/or presents a number of stories concerning German power politics and German fascism. Beginning with analysis of German literary giant Goethe’s spying on the politics of his university students, the program continues with discussion of a nationalistic speech by a recipient of the Book Trade’s Peace Prize that indicated […]