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COMMENT: Arnold Schwarzenegger opined that the Capitol Riot reminded him  of Die Kristallnacht. He is wrong. The Capitol Riot most closely resembles the Beer Hall Putsch of 1923.
To understand the “deep politics” of Arnold Schwarzenegger, we recap discussion of William Armsted Robinson, the reclusive magnate who was Arnold Schwarzenegger’s number one financial backer. Robinson appears to be a cat’s paw for the intrusion of big German capital into the U.S. Air Cargo market. (This intrusion is apparently taking place through Deutsche Post—the German postal monopoly—and its control of DHL, the company Robinson founded.)
We covered Robinson and Schwarzenegger at length in FTR #492 .
Program Highlights Include: Robinson’s secretive position and habits; Robinson’s apparent role as a professional front for Deutsche Post (the German government’s postal service); Charges by DHL competitors that Robinson and DHL have been evasive in their professional representations; Robinson’s probable role as a front man for the remarkable and deadly Bormann organization.
In FTR #‘s 421 , 422, 429 and 496 –among other programs–we examined indications that Schwarzenegger’s oft-professed aversion to Nazism may mask an affiliation with that period.
He’s spent his millions on exotic show horses, a home for retired chimpanzees—and California’s actor-governor. William Armsted Robinson, founder of the DHL courier service, has quietly become a top donor of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, forming a triumvirate with real estate developer Alex Spanos and Spanish-language TV executive Jerry Perenchio. While his counterparts are well-known and well-established in California—Spanos owns the San Diego Chargers, Perenchio heads Univision—the 65-year-old Robinson is not. He’s an elusive recluse who has spent the last decade sequestered in Idaho, where he has two homes. Robinson’s first major contribution to a big-time politician is the $650,000 he has given Schwarzenegger. . . .