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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 [2] (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.)