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COMMENT: An interesting development concerns the Muslim Brotherhood’s  relocation of their headquarters to Graz, Austria and three other unnamed European cities.
Graz was a city that enjoyed Hitler’s favor and was also an epicenter for postwar Underground Reich activity. Muslim Brotherhood lynchpin and apparent former Third Reich intelligence agent Youssef Nada resided there in the 1960’s, as did a number of other Brotherhood activists.
In FTR#504 , we took a look at the Vatican’s “ratlines”—the Vatican-sponsored escape networks used to spirit Nazi war criminals out of Europe and (in many cases) into the service of Western intelligence agencies, including American. RFA#17  has a detailed discussion of the ratlines. Gustav Schwarzenegger  (Arnold’s father and a man categorized as a “Class Three” war criminal by the Austrian government) was a key police official in a Graz suburb in the immediate aftermath of World War II.
Graz was also a key way station on the ratline, used to shelter Croatian Ustachi war criminals among others. This sheltering was done with the cooperation of the police chief of Graz. Was Gustav Schwarzenegger part of this Graz/Ratline operation? Was that why he quarreled with the British commissioner in the area? Was the tiny Graz suburb of Thal (where the senior Schwarzenegger became chief of police) also involved with the Graz/Ratline operation? It is worth noting that right-wing Catholic connections appear to have played a role in the rise of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s political star.
In FTR 422 , we looked at his wife’s family connections to the fascist Opus Dei organization. Might Arnold’s right-wing Catholic and Underground Reich connections be traceable to his father’s connections to the same elements? The material in FTR 421  concerning the Nazis’ projected use of the police and other services essential for the maintenance of the postwar German infrastructure—material against which Gustav Schwarzenegger’s career must be measured—is from The Nazis Go Underground  by Curt Riess.
“ . . . When asked about his post-war activities, Monsignor Petranovic cheerfully admitted that he helped ‘a couple of thousand people’ leave Italy via Genoa. When the war ended, he says he witnessed the Communist massacres of captured Ustashi. After a brief stay in Zagreb, he was dispatched to the Yugoslav-Austrian border, where he moved freely among the fleeing Ustashi. He settled for a time in Graz where many notorious war criminals were hiding. His work there was aided by Bishop Ferdinand Pawlikowski, who obtained clearance from the local police chief to allow Petranovic to stay in Graz. [emphasis added] . . .” Unholy Trinity: The Vatican, the Nazis, and the Swiss Banks; by John Loftus and Mark Aarons; St. Martin’s Griffin [SC]; ISBN 0–312–18199‑X; p. 106. 
The Cardinal of Graz also facilitated the Graz/Ratline connection:
“ . . . Perhaps the ‘treasure’ had been in a monastery, but Gowen was certain that the British were now using it to finance ‘the Croat movement in Yugoslavia. The resistance forces go by the name of Krizari (Crusaders) . . . Radio contact is maintained by means of a field radio operated by Vrancic, a former Pavelic minister, located in the British zone of Austria. The Ustachia courier service within the Austrian Zones is believed aided by the Roman Catholic Church in Austria. The Cardinal of Graz is known to be on close terms with . . . Professor Draganovic, Krunoslav, known Pavelic contact in Rome. . . ” (Ibid.; p. 123.)
“. . . . [Gustav] Schwarzenegger’s involvement in the war ended in August 22, 1942, when he was wounded. Initially, he was treated in the military hospital in Lodz, but according to the records he also suffered recurring bouts of malaria, which led to his discharge in February, 1944, when he was allowed to return to Graz. . . .(“Terminator?” by Wendy Leigh; Mid Day; 3/9/2003; pp. 1–2; accessed at http://web.mid-day.com/smd/play/2003/march/46822.htm .)
“. . . .In fact, Hitler ws so gratified by the Grazers’ enthusiasm that he awarded the city an honorary title: die Stadt der Erhebung—the Town [City] of the Elevation. Austrians, even now, remember Hitler’s triumphant entry into Graz, how the crowds mobbed the street, climbing lampposts for a glimpse of der Fuhrer, shouting ‘Sieg Heil’ with strident fervor. . . . Arnold: The Unauthorized Biography ; by Wendy Leigh; Copyright 1990 by Wendy Leigh; Congdon & Weed [HC]; ISBN 0–86553–216–8; p. 8]
“. . . . Besides, according to Arnold, Gustav had smoothed the path for his younger son by using his influence to have him stationed at a camp near Graz. He had also pulled strings so that Arnold, characteristically impressed by the size and power of tanks, could be a tank driver. Arnold claims that, thanks to Gustav’s influence, the Austrian Army made an exception to the required tank driver’s minimum age, lowering it from twenty-one to eighteen, thus enabling him to fulfill his ambition. . . . [Ibid., p. 34.]”
We also note that the Dalai Lama’s SS tutor, Heinrich Harrer, was educated in Graz. As discussed in FTR #547 , the Dalai Lama is the polar opposite of what he is made out to be. According to close aids, he prays daily to a Mongolian war god, in addition to maintaining a decades-old relationship with Bruno Beger, another prominent SS officer and war criminal . (The Dalai Lama was also a long-standing collaborator with the CIA.) We wonder if Graz may have been an epicenter of Third Reich activism prior to the Anschluss in 1938?
Is the relocation of the Muslim Brotherhood to Graz indicative of that city’s status as an Underground Reich epicenter? Is it now part of the “Muslim Brotherhood” Ratline?
Might Graz have been a focal point of NSDAP activity prior to the Anschluss of 1938 (the annexation of Austria)?
EXCERPT: . . . . From 1933 to 1938, Harrer studied geography  and sports at the Karl-Franzens University  in Graz . Harrer became a member of the traditional student corporation  ATV Graz. . . .
. . . . Immediately after the Anschluss  of March 1938, as Germany  and Austria  were once again united, Harrer on 1 April 1938 joined the Schutzstaffel  (SS) where he held the rank of Oberscharführer  (Sergeant), and on 1 May 1938 he became a member of the Nazi Party . After their ascent of the Eiger North Face the four climbers were received by and photographed with Adolf Hitler . . . .
“International Organization Of The Muslim Brotherhood To Set Up Shop In Austria; Egyptian Media Reports Threat To Destroy Egyptian Institutions” by gmbwatch; Global Muslim Brotherhood Watch; 4/9/2014. 
EXCERPT: Egyptian media is reporting that based on inside sources, the International Organization of the Muslim Brotherhood has decided to transfer their offices to Graz, Austria and three other unidentified European cities following the announcement of an investigation into the Brotherhood’s activities in the UK. Highlights from a translated summary of the Youm7.com Arabic language report  include:
▪ A meeting was held featuring Ibrahim Munir, Ibrahim Salah, and Dr. Mahmoud Hussein who were identified as the permanent members of the International Organization together with 17 unidentified new members.
▪ The three permanent members agreed to transfer their offices to Graz, Austria and three other European countries following the announcement of the British inquiry into Muslim Brotherhood activities in the UK.
▪ The meeting focused on the latest developments in Egypt, the development of a new strategy to stop the expected May elections for Presidency, and a new website created to expose the flaws in the election.
▪ Members of the International Organization have been holding meetings in Brussels with senior European figures aimed at persuading the European Parliament to put pressure on Egypt regarding the treatment of Muslim Brotherhood leaders in Egyptian prisons.
▪ The International Organization is in the process of establishing the “Jihadi Internet Army” and the “Rabia Army” aimed at destroying Egyptian banks and other state institutions.
The GMBDW reported  earlier this week that Ibrahim Munir had warned that banning the Brotherhood in the UK would lead to an increased risk of terrorism. We reported  last week that Prime Minister David Cameron has ordered an inquiry into the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United Kingdom
The choice of Graz as the location for a Muslim Brotherhood headquarters may seem odd to some but as a report  on the history of the US Muslim Brotherhood has noted, self-described Brotherhood “Foreign Minister” Youssef Nada  and the late US Muslim Brotherhood leader Ahmed Elkadi were both living in Graz in the 1960’s. In addition, European Muslim Brotherhood leader Ayman Aly , formerly a top advisor to deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, had been a long-time resident  of Graz. (The GMBDW report in January of this year that Dr. Aly was being held in Egyptian military detention but his current whereabouts have not yet been verified.)