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The tag 'Paperclip' is associated with 17 posts.

FTR #606 Project Paperclip and AIDS

MP3: Side 1 | Side 2 RealAudio   NB: This description contains a great deal of material added after the broadcast was originally made. Listeners/readers are emphatically encouraged to pursue other programs dealing with this subject, especially AFA #16. Introduction: For more than two decades, Mr. Emory has presented programs indicating that AIDS is a man-made […]


FTR #585 Update on Biological Warfare and Lyme Disease

Lyme disease, biological warfare research, American employment of Nazi scientist Erich Traub following World War II,


The Guns of November G-4: The Nazi Connections & Connections to Other Assassinations

Connections to the assassination of JFK among foreign and domestic fascists, the Gehlen spy milieu and Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations.


FTR #480 Plum Island, Lyme Disease and the Erich Traub File

Recorded October 3, 2004 REALAUDIO NB: This stream contains both FTRs 479 and 480 in sequence. Each is a 30 minute broadcast. In the mid-1970’s Lyme Disease broke out in Connecticut and it has since spread through much of the United States. This program examines the possibility that Lyme Disease may have spread as a […]


FTR #450 9/11, Proxy War, and the Underground Reich: An Update

Recorded March 14, 2004 Listen: MP3 Side 1 | Side 2 RealAudio This program supplements earlier broadcasts about the Underground Reich’s use of the Muslim peoples of the “Earth Island” as proxy warriors against the United States. (For more about this concept, see—among other programs—FTRs 395-400.) In particular, the program highlights the apparent role of […]


FTR #105 Update on the Political Implications of the UFO Phenomenon

Three Nazi rocket scientists who worked on the U.S. after World War II died within days of one another in June of 1998.


FTR-68 The Aliens Are STILL Not Among Us

Development of human cloning by “Raelians,” a fascistic “Alien-Contactee” cult; Lt. Col. (ret) Philip Corso, aid to Senator Strom Thurmond.