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FTR #122 German Corporate Control Over American Publishing, Part I

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The rel­a­tive­ly obscure Nazi tract Ser­pen­t’s Walk is far more than the nov­el it pur­ports to be. (The book is pub­lished by Nation­al Van­guard Books, the pub­lish­er of The Turn­er Diaries, used as a blue­print by both Tim­o­thy McVeigh and com­pa­ny in the Okla­homa City Bomb­ing and by the Nazi group The Order, which mur­dered Den­ver Talk show host Alan Berg.) The book entails Hitler’s SS going under­ground, putting togeth­er a huge cap­i­tal orga­ni­za­tion and buy­ing into the Amer­i­can opin­ion form­ing media prepara­to­ry for tak­ing over the Unit­ed States.

This broad­cast ana­lyzes the takeover of the Amer­i­can pub­lish­ing indus­try by Ger­man cor­po­ra­tions appar­ent­ly con­nect­ed to what Mr. Emory calls “the Under­ground Reich”. This takeover indi­cates that the Ser­pen­t’s Walk sce­nario is com­ing true — what edu­cat­ed Amer­i­cans are going to know about the world, the Sec­ond World War, the Third Reich, the Holo­caust, etc., will be com­ing from Ger­man cor­po­ra­tions and what une­d­u­cat­ed Amer­i­cans are going to know about the world will come from edu­cat­ed Amer­i­cans. The strate­gic impor­tance of this takeover could not be exag­ger­at­ed — it con­sti­tutes a pro­found loss of Amer­i­can nation­al sov­er­eign­ty. Imag­ine the Unit­ed States per­mit­ting the Sovi­et Union to gain con­trol of Amer­i­can pub­lish­ing (and sci­en­tif­ic and tech­ni­cal pub­lish­ing in par­tic­u­lar) dur­ing the Cold War. Unthink­able!

Pro­gram high­lights include: the Nazi past of the Ber­tels­mann (the largest Eng­lish lan­guage pub­lish­er in the world), Ber­tels­man­n’s appar­ent con­nec­tions to the pow­er­ful Ger­man indus­tri­al firm Thyssen A.G. and (through the Thyssen firm) the remark­able and dead­ly Bor­mann Orga­ni­za­tion, which Mr. Emory believes will prove to be the deci­sive ele­ment in human affairs on this plan­et); the Third Reich tac­tic of giv­ing appar­ent­ly “anti-Nazi” pedi­grees to those ele­ments des­ig­nat­ed to serve in a post-war capac­i­ty; a review of Ber­tels­man­n’s recent pur­chas­es in Amer­i­can pub­lish­ing; dis­cus­sion of the con­trol of Amer­i­can tech­ni­cal and sci­en­tif­ic pub­lish­ing by Euro­pean firms; and a review of the Nazi and SS con­nec­tions of the Von Holzbrinck firm (which, along with Ber­tels­mann, con­trols Amer­i­can pub­lish­ing.


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