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FTR#‘s 1329 & 1330: Conversations with Monte #‘s 3 and 4

Intro­duc­tion: The pro­grams begin with a syn­op­sis of FTR#’s 1327 and 1328, fol­lowed by analy­sis of the Falange and its impor­tance for Spain, Europe and Latin Amer­i­ca.

1. Syn­op­sis of Last Two Shows (FTR#’s 1327 & 1328): Trea­so­nous meet­ing between Hohen­lo­he and Dulles in ear­ly ’43; Hohen­lo­he rep­re­sent­ing Schel­len­berg (SD, ITT); Hohen­lo­he net­work­ing with Win­field Scott via “pre-CIA” in imme­di­ate WWII peri­od; Ray Roc­ca iden­ti­fies Hohen­lo­he as a key CIA agent in Mex­i­co City, pos­si­bly being focused upon by Gar­ri­son; Win­ston Scott as CIA sta­tion chief in Mex­i­co City is net­work­ing with both Hohen­lo­he and Los Tecos; Los Tecos evolved from Mex­i­can Gold Shirts; Los Tecos deeply-involved with for­ma­tion of Latin Amer­i­can death squads accord­ing to Jack Ander­son; Los Tecos oper­at­ing as key CIA assets in Mex­i­co City; Ann Good­paster help­ing with the fram­ing of Oswald in Mex­i­co City via Bill Simpich; True nature of ZR Rifle as revealed by recent doc­u­ments.

2. Dis­cus­sion of the Falange—key points: Hohen­lo­he mar­ried into Haps­burgs in Spain; Nazis take con­trol of Spain first, as it is seen as the key to con­quest of (among oth­er ele­ments) Latin Amer­i­ca and U.S.; Links between Euro­pean aris­toc­ra­cies and their coun­ter­parts in for­mer colo­nial ter­ri­to­ries (Latin Amer­i­ca and Philip­pines among oth­ers); Gen­er­al Wil­helm Von Fau­pel and his Iber­ian Insti­tute; Emper­or Max­i­m­il­ian Von Haps­burg of Mex­i­co; Epi­cen­ter of Falange in Amer­i­c­as is Havana (where did they go when Cas­tro took over); Spain (and Por­tu­gal) are fas­cist coun­tries, although offi­cial­ly neu­tral); Spain fig­ures promi­nent­ly in post­war Nazi activ­i­ty (Sko­rzeny et al) net­work­ing with Fran­co.

Next, Dave reads from the descrip­tion for the book Falange, from the Spit­fire web­site.

https://spitfirelist.com/books/falange-the-secret-axis-army-in-the-americas/

In 1936, Reichs­mar­shall Her­mann Goering—one of Hitler’s top aides and the head of the Luftwaffe—observed that “Spain is the key to two con­ti­nents.” Goer­ing was enun­ci­at­ing a key prin­ci­pal of Ger­man and Nazi geopol­i­tics. By con­trol­ling Spain, the Nazis felt they could con­trol both Europe and Latin Amer­i­ca. Geo­graph­i­cal­ly dom­i­nat­ing the entrance to the Mediter­ranean Sea from the Atlantic and “flank­ing” France, Spain also wield­ed tremen­dous influ­ence in Latin Amer­i­ca through the strong cul­tur­al and eco­nom­ic ties between the Span­ish and Latin Amer­i­can aris­toc­ra­cies. In addi­tion, the pro­found Catholic influ­ence in both Spain and Latin Amer­i­ca, aug­ment­ed Span­ish clout in that part of the world. (In FTR#532, we exam­ined the Vatican’s involve­ment with fas­cism. The Vatican/Fascist axis was anoth­er major con­tribut­ing fac­tor to the influ­ence of the Falange through­out the Span­ish-speak­ing world.)

In order to uti­lize Spain’s geopo­lit­i­cal influ­ence as a tool for Nazi impe­r­i­al designs, the Third Reich turned to Gen­er­al Wil­helm von Fau­pel and his Ibero-Amer­i­can Insti­tute. Von Fau­pel was a bit­ter oppo­nent of the Weimar Repub­lic, and read­i­ly accept­ed the Nazis as the anti­dote to Ger­man democ­ra­cy. Known as an “I.G. Gen­er­al” for his links to the I.G. Far­ben com­pa­ny, von Fau­pel also main­tained close ties to the pow­er­ful Thyssen inter­ests which, like Far­ben, were the pow­ers that backed Hitler. (The Bush fam­i­ly were also close­ly linked to the Thyssens.) Dur­ing the 1920’s, von Fau­pel had served as a gen­er­al staff advis­er to the Argen­tine, Brazil­ian and Peru­vian mil­i­tary estab­lish­ments and was famed through­out Latin Amer­i­ca for his skills as an offi­cer. Because of his Latin Amer­i­can ties and his links to the cor­po­rate inter­ests that backed Hitler, von Fau­pel became the Reich’s point man for the fas­cist takeover of Spain and sub­se­quent con­struc­tion of a Fifth Col­umn through­out the Span­ish-speak­ing world.

In 1934, von Fau­pel assumed con­trol of the Ibero-Amer­i­can Insti­tute, an aca­d­e­m­ic think tank orig­i­nal­ly found­ed as a legit­i­mate schol­ar­ly insti­tu­tion. Under von Fau­pel, the orga­ni­za­tion became a front for orga­niz­ing the Nazi infil­tra­tion and con­quest of Spain. Reject­ing roy­al­ist and Catholic sec­tar­i­an right­ist par­ties, von Fau­pel and the Nazis set­tled on the Falange as their cho­sen vehi­cle for gain­ing dom­i­nance over Spain. After arrang­ing the assas­si­na­tion of Gen­er­al Jose San­jur­jo (a roy­al­ist rival for the lead­er­ship of Spain after the over­throw of the Repub­li­can gov­ern­ment), the Ger­mans and their Ital­ian allies installed Fran­co as head of the fas­cist Falange.

” . . . Gen­er­al Jose San­jur­jo, wear­ing a pea­cock­’s dream of a
uni­form-the Lon­don-made gift of Adolf Hitler-board­ed
a Junkers plane in Lis­bon and ordered his pilot, Cap­tain
Ansal­do, to take off for a secret land­ing field in Spain. But
on July 17 the old gen­er­al was actu­al­ly head­ed for: anoth­er
land­ing field his Nazi com­rades had cho­sen with­out his
knowl­edge.

A few remarks he had let slip to inti­mate friends in Esto­ril
ear­li­er that year had, unknown to San­jur­jo, reached cer­tain
Berlin ears. On April 13, 1936, for instance, San­jur­jo had
com­plained, “They want me to start a rev­o­lu­tion to serve
the bankers and the spec­u­la­tors, but I won’t do it.” Two
weeks after say­ing this, he made anoth­er trip to Berlin. He
remained in Ger­many for only a few days, and on his return
he went to work in earnest on his plans for the pend­ing
revolt. What hap­pened in Berlin while San­jur­jo con­ferred
with von Fau­pel is of lit­tle moment now. His fate had already
been sealed before the vis­it.

Very short­ly after San­jur­jo’s plane took off from Lis­bon,
a Ger­man time bomb plant­ed in the bag­gage com­part­ment
explod­ed. The blaz­ing frag­ments of the Junkers mono­plane
became the pyre of the Anoint­ed Chief of the Span­ish Rev­o­lu­tion.
Jose San­jur­jo had the dubi­ous hon­or of being the
first of the Nazis’ mil­lion vic­tims of the Span­ish War. . . .”

Falange; pp.20–21.

Von Fau­pel then pro­ceed­ed to direct the con­struc­tion of the “Falange Exte­ri­or” as the fas­cist Fifth Col­umn move­ment through­out the Span­ish-speak­ing world (includ­ing the Philip­pines).

Author Chase describes the Falange Exte­ri­or on page 31 of Falange:

“On the sur­face, von Fau­pel had—in the Falange Exterior—delivered to the Third Reich a remark­able net­work, extend­ing from Havana to Buenos Aires, from Lima to Mani­la. This net­work, accord­ing to its cre­ator, was capa­ble of con­cert­ed espi­onage, polit­i­cal diver­sion, arms smug­gling, and any­thing that any oth­er Fifth Col­umn in his­to­ry had accom­plished. It remained only for the Wehrma­cht to give von Faupel’s instru­ment the tests which would deter­mine whether the Aus­lands Falange had been worth all the trou­ble its orga­ni­za­tion had entailed. The answer was soon pro­vid­ed by a num­ber of Falangists—among them one Jose del Cas­tano.”

Del Cas­tano was the pri­ma­ry Falange orga­niz­er in the Philip­pines. (Recall that the Philip­pines had been a Span­ish colony before the Span­ish-Amer­i­can war.) Del Cas­tano had orga­nized the Falangists in the Philip­pines into a very effec­tive Fifth Col­umn, much of whose mem­ber­ship had enlist­ed in the Philip­pine Civil­ian Emer­gency Admin­is­tra­tion, charged with dis­pens­ing first aid and oth­er emer­gency ser­vices in time of war. Dur­ing the Japan­ese attack in 1941, del Castano’s agents went to work. Chase describes what hap­pened on pages 46 and 47:

“ . . . Toward the end of Novem­ber, Jose del Cas­tano made a thor­ough check-up on the work of the Falange Exte­ri­or in the Philip­pines. He sent a cod­ed report to Madrid, via prepa­ra­tions tak­en by his Falanges. On Decem­ber 7, Spain’s Japan­ese Axis part­ner bombed Hawaii and the Philip­pines. . . In Mani­la, after the shock of the first attack, the peo­ple looked to the gov­ern­ment, to the Army, to the Civil­ian Emer­gency Admin­is­tra­tion, for guid­ance. In most cas­es, the aver­age Fil­ipino turned to the C.E.A.—under ordi­nary cir­cum­stances, the prop­er thing to do. But on Decem­ber 7, 1941, the C.E.A. was so shot through with Falangis­tas as to be the foun­da­tion of the Axis Fifth Col­umn in the city. . . On Decem­ber 29, the Japan­ese air forces staged their first great raid over the city of Mani­la. For three hours the Jap planes rained bombs on the forts along the bay, the docks, and the homes of the poor­er Fil­ipinos. Then the planes flew off. But some­thing had hap­pened dur­ing the bom­bard­ment. The civil­ian defense orga­ni­za­tions seemed to have bro­ken down com­plete­ly. War­dens were receiv­ing orders to be every­where except the places where they were need­ed most. Stretch­er-bear­ers were drop­ping like flies with bul­lets in their backs. Streams of con­fus­ing and con­flict­ing orders had most C.E.A. work­ers run­ning around in crazy cir­cles.”

On page 47, Chase also notes that the Falangis­tas spread wild rumors to under­mine the will to resist the Japan­ese invaders, rumors that were all the more potent because they orig­i­nat­ed with per­son­nel with­in the Emer­gency Admin­is­tra­tion.

“Wild rumors spread like hur­ri­canes through the city—rumors the char­ac­ter of which had already become famil­iar in all lands invad­ed by the Nazis in Europe: MacArthur had fled to Wash­ing­ton. Que­zon had gone over to the Japs. The entire Amer­i­can Air Force had been destroyed. The Amer­i­can Army had received orders to shoot all Catholics and imprison all Fil­ipinos. Hen­ry Mor­gen­thau had per­son­al­ly req­ui­si­tioned all the funds in the Philip­pine Nation­al Trea­sury. Ad infini­tum. There was some­thing offi­cial about these rumors, some­thing had been added that made even lev­el-head­ed cit­i­zens give them cre­dence. For these rumors were not being spread by obscure Japan­ese spies: they orig­i­nat­ed direct­ly from Civil­ian Emer­gency Head­quar­ters, from the lips of the hard-work­ing air-raid war­dens who had been so dili­gent about tack­ing up the posters bear­ing the ten emer­gency point­ers for the cit­i­zen. ‘Get your facts straight from C.E.A.’ . . .”

For the con­tem­po­rary read­er, it is vital to remem­ber that Latin Amer­i­ca (and the Philip­pines) were nev­er “de-Falan­gized.” Fran­co and his fas­cists remained in pow­er in Spain until 1975. Por­tu­gal remained under the con­trol of the fas­cist dic­ta­tor Salazar for decades after the war. The deci­sive influ­ence of Latin Amer­i­can fas­cists in the decades fol­low­ing the war (includ­ing their inti­mate col­lab­o­ra­tion with ele­ments of U.S. intel­li­gence) is a mat­ter of pub­lic record. The lega­cy of the Falange Exte­ri­or is very much with us today.

Monte then presents deep polit­i­cal infor­ma­tion about Von Hohen­lo­he’s net­work­ing with SOFINDUS: SOFINDUS and its myr­i­ad con­nec­tions; Von Hohen­lo­he and his net­work­ing with SOFINDUS


FTR#‘s 1327 & 1328 Conversations with Monte: Conversations #1 and #2

Syn­op­sis of FTR#’s 1327 & 1328: Trea­so­nous meet­ing between Hohen­lo­he and Dulles in ear­ly ’43; Hohen­lo­he rep­re­sent­ing Schel­len­berg (SD, ITT); Hohen­lo­he net­work­ing with Win­field Scott via “pre-CIA” in imme­di­ate WWII peri­od; Ray Roc­ca iden­ti­fies Hohen­lo­he as a key CIA agent in Mex­i­co City, pos­si­bly being focused upon by Gar­ri­son; Win­ston Scott as CIA sta­tion chief in Mex­i­co City is net­work­ing with both Hohen­lo­he and Los Tecos; Los Tecos evolved from Mex­i­can Gold Shirts; Los Tecos deeply-involved with for­ma­tion of Latin Amer­i­can death squads accord­ing to Jack Ander­son; Los Tecos oper­at­ing as key CIA assets in Mex­i­co City; Ann Good­paster help­ing with the fram­ing of Oswald in Mex­i­co City via Bill Simpich; True nature of ZR Rifle as revealed by recent doc­u­ments.

For back­ground on Los Tecos, see AFA#15

Descrip­tion for AFA#15: Con­tin­u­ing the dis­cus­sion from AFA-14, this broad­cast sets forth the oper­a­tions of the Nazi and fas­cist ele­ments described in that pro­gram at greater length. The first part of the pro­gram high­lights the rela­tion­ship between fas­cist ele­ments of U.S. intel­li­gence, the Autonomous Uni­ver­si­ty of Guadala­jara (Mex­i­co), the Latin Amer­i­can Branch of the for­mer World Anti-Com­mu­nist League, and the for­ma­tion and oper­a­tion of Latin Amer­i­can Death Squads.

Oper­at­ing under the ban­ner of the “White Hand,” Latin Amer­i­can Death Squads were coor­di­nat­ed by the CAL (WACL’s Latin Amer­i­can affil­i­ate) and had the Uni­ver­si­ty as its epi­cen­ter. The pro­gram ana­lyzes the gen­e­sis of this rela­tion­ship in Guatemala, aris­ing out of the 1954 CIA-backed coup that over­threw Jacobo Arbenz. Uti­liz­ing CAL, ele­ments of the CIA mid­wived the for­ma­tion of the ter­ror appa­ra­tus that sewed death and destruc­tion in Guatemala and oth­er Latin Amer­i­can coun­tries in suc­ceed­ing decades. (In March of 1999, Pres­i­dent Clin­ton apol­o­gized on behalf of the Unit­ed States for the blood­shed that the Unit­ed States had been respon­si­ble for in Guatemala.)

The pro­gram sets forth the pre-World War II back­ground of “Los Tecos,” the Mex­i­can branch of CAL (based in Guadala­jara.) Allied with Adolf Hitler, tutored by a mem­ber who had stud­ied in Nazi Ger­many and espous­ing an anti-semit­ic and anti-Catholic occultism, Los Tecos dom­i­nate the Autonomous Uni­ver­si­ty. Found­ed, in part, by the U.S. State Depart­ment and Agency for Inter­na­tion­al Devel­op­ment (the lat­ter a fre­quent cov­er for U.S. intel­li­gence oper­a­tions abroad), the Uni­ver­si­ty serves as an ide­o­log­i­cal train­ing ground and oper­a­tional coor­di­nat­ing cen­ter for the ter­ror units of the White Hand. (This infor­ma­tion was sup­plied by a mem­ber of the Hon­duran branch of the death squad appa­ra­tus.)

The broad­cast high­lights the milieu’s oper­a­tions in El Sal­vador and Nicaragua, both oper­a­tions coor­di­nat­ed with Ronald Rea­gan’s CIA and both assist­ed (par­tic­u­lar­ly in the begin­ning) by Argen­tine fas­cists. In addi­tion, the pro­gram delin­eates the on-going rela­tion­ship between the Autonomous Uni­ver­si­ty and thir­teen dif­fer­ent Amer­i­can uni­ver­si­ties. Vis­it­ing Amer­i­can stu­dents are oblig­ed to com­ply with ide­o­log­i­cal train­ing man­dat­ed by Los Tecos.

The sec­ond half of the pro­gram presents infor­ma­tion about the role of WACL ele­ments in the assas­si­na­tion of Pres­i­dent Kennedy. (The broad­cast sets forth the the­sis that the assas­si­na­tion was crit­i­cal to the even­tu­al for­ma­tion of WACL. In 1963, the ele­ments that were to for­mal­ly coa­lesce as WACL were part of the W.A.C.C.F.L. — the World Anti-Com­mu­nist Con­gress for Free­dom and Lib­er­a­tion.) Much of the broad­cast cen­ters on dis­in­for­ma­tion (dis­sem­i­nat­ed by WAC­CFL-relat­ed ele­ments) point­ing to Lee Har­vey Oswald as a KGB-trained assas­sin.

Attempt­ing to pin the assas­si­na­tion on the Sovi­ets and/or Cubans, these ele­ments spurred many lib­er­als to endorse the “Oswald as lone-nut” hypoth­e­sis. They were afraid that the assas­si­na­tion could lead to nuclear war, if the per­cep­tion gained hold that Oswald was a com­mu­nist. A cen­tral ele­ment in this dis­in­for­ma­tion ploy was an attempt to con­nect the JFK assas­si­na­tion to the death of Ukrain­ian fas­cist Stephan Ban­dera. Alleged­ly per­formed by an alleged KGB assas­sin named Bog­dan Stashyn­sky, Ban­der­a’s mur­der took place on the same day that Oswald “defect­ed” to the Sovi­et Union. (As described in AFA-14, Ban­dera and his OUN/B were key ele­ments of the Anti-Bol­she­vik Bloc of Nations.)

WACCFL ele­ments dis­sem­i­nat­ed the lie that Oswald was trained at the same facil­i­ty as Stashyn­sky, and that the JFK hit was part of a Sovi­et pro­gram of assas­si­na­tion of West­ern polit­i­cal lead­ers. It should be not­ed that WACL-relat­ed ele­ments also fig­ured promi­nent­ly in the “han­dling” of Oswald in New Orleans, Dal­las and (pos­si­bly) the Sovi­et Union.

Pro­gram high­lights include: Kennedy’s efforts to improve rela­tions with the Sovi­et Union, includ­ing his June, 1963 speech at Amer­i­can Uni­ver­si­ty that acknowl­edged the Sovi­et Union’s pri­ma­ry role in the defeat of Hitler and which called for a re-exam­i­na­tion Amer­i­ca’s atti­tude toward the Cold War; Spas T. Raik­in’s greet­ing of the alleged trai­tor Oswald upon his return from the Sovi­et Union (Raikin was a for­mer head of the Amer­i­can Friends of the Anti-Bol­she­vik Bloc of Nations); Guy Ban­nis­ter’s detec­tive agency as the head­quar­ters of the Anti-Com­mu­nist League of the Caribbean (lat­er incor­po­rat­ed into WACL); Ban­nis­ter aide Mau­rice Brooks Gatlin’s role in the for­ma­tion of WACL; New Orleans Mafioso Car­los Mar­cel­lo’s asso­ci­a­tion with Anto­nio Val­ladares, his Guatemalan attor­ney and a key fig­ure in the for­ma­tion of CAL (Mar­cel­lo was con­nect­ed to the JFK assas­si­na­tion); the role of WACCFL spokesper­son Sal­vador Diaz Ver­son in dis­sem­i­nat­ing the Oswald/Stashynsky/KGB canard; Ilya Maman­tov and Igor Voshin­in’s han­dling of Mari­na Oswald after the assas­si­na­tion (both men were fas­cists asso­ci­at­ed with the WACCFL milieu); Charles Willough­by’s Inter­na­tion­al Com­mit­tee for the Defense of Chris­t­ian Cul­ture, an inter­na­tion­al fas­cist intel­li­gence net­work unit­ing Third Reich vet­er­ans with mem­bers of Texas’ Hunt fam­i­ly; dis­cus­sion of pos­si­ble WACL con­nec­tions to the assas­si­na­tion of Swedish Prime Min­is­ter Olaf Palme.

1. In FTR #‘s 1058, 1059, 1060, we revis­it­ed the con­cept of “The Chris­t­ian West”: ” . . . . When it became clear that the armies of the Third Reich were going to be defeat­ed, it opened secret nego­ti­a­tions with rep­re­sen­ta­tives from the West­ern Allies. Rep­re­sen­ta­tives on both sides belonged to the transat­lantic finan­cial and indus­tri­al fra­ter­ni­ty that had active­ly sup­port­ed fas­cism. The thrust of these nego­ti­a­tions was the estab­lish­ment of The Chris­t­ian West. Viewed by the Nazis as a vehi­cle for sur­viv­ing mil­i­tary defeat, ‘The Chris­t­ian West’ involved a Hitler-less Reich join­ing with the U.S., Britain, France and oth­er Euro­pean nations in a transat­lantic, pan-Euro­pean anti-Sovi­et alliance. In fact, The Chris­t­ian West became a real­i­ty only after the ces­sa­tion of hos­til­i­ties. The de-Naz­i­fi­ca­tion of Ger­many was abort­ed. Although a few of the more obvi­ous and obnox­ious ele­ments of Nazism were removed, Nazis were returned to pow­er at vir­tu­al­ly every lev­el and in almost every capac­i­ty in the Fed­er­al Repub­lic of Ger­many. . . .”

In FTR #1009, we detailed “Chris­t­ian West” nego­ti­a­tions to have a Hitler-less Third Reich join with the West­ern Allies, under­tak­en by OSS rep­re­sen­ta­tives Allen Dulles and William Dono­van, net­work­ing with Prince Max Egon von Hohen­lo­he, a proxy for SD offi­cer Wal­ter Schel­len­berg.

In in his 1985 vol­ume Amer­i­can Swasti­ka, the late author Charles High­am pro­vides us with insight into the Chris­t­ian West con­cept, reveal­ing the extent to which these SS/OSS nego­ti­a­tions set the tem­plate for the post-World War II world, as well as the degree of res­o­nance that key Amer­i­cans, such as Allen Dulles, had with Nazi ide­ol­o­gy, anti-Semi­tism in par­tic­u­lar.

The post­war polit­i­cal and eco­nom­ic real­i­ties of the Dulles, Hohen­lo­he, Schel­len­berg meet­ings were fur­ther solid­i­fied when William (Wild Bill) Dono­van entered into his “M” Project.

Impor­tant to note in this con­text, is the dom­i­nant role in world affairs played by car­tels, the fun­da­men­tal ele­ment in the indus­tri­al and finan­cial axis that was essen­tial to the cre­ation and per­pet­u­a­tion of fas­cism. Much of the Third Reich’s mil­i­tary indus­tri­al com­plex, the pri­ma­cy of Ger­many in the post­war EU, as well as the cor­re­la­tion between post­war Europe as con­struct­ed in the Chris­t­ian West nego­ti­a­tions and long-stand­ing Ger­man plans for Euro­pean dom­i­na­tion are deriv­a­tive of the pow­er of car­tels.

The Chris­t­ian West and “M” Projects:

Revealed that Allen Dulles’ views res­onat­ed with Third Reich anti-Semi­tism, and that his opin­ions were shared by oth­er, like-mind­ed Amer­i­can pow­er bro­kers: ” . . . . He said that it would be unbear­able for any decent Euro­pean to think that the Jews might return some­day, and that there must be no tol­er­a­tion of a return of the Jew­ish pow­er posi­tions. . . . He made the curi­ous asser­tion that the Amer­i­cans were only con­tin­u­ing the war to get rid of the Jews and that there were peo­ple in Amer­i­ca who were intend­ing to send the Jews to Africa. . . .”

Set the tem­plate for the post­war Fed­er­al Repub­lic of Ger­many and the EU: ” . . . . He [Dulles] reit­er­at­ed his desire for a greater Euro­pean polit­i­cal federation–and fore­saw the fed­er­al Ger­many that in fact took place. . . . Ger­many would be set up as the dom­i­nat­ing force in indus­try and agri­cul­ture in con­ti­nen­tal Europe, at the heart of a con­ti­nen­tal state run by Ger­many, the U.S.A., and Great Britain as a focus of trade. . . .”

Were the vehi­cle for Allen Dulles to betray much of the Allied mil­i­tary plans for South­ern Europe to the Third Reich: “. . . . Dulles now pro­ceed­ed to sup­ply Hohen­lo­he with dol­lops of secret intel­li­gence, announc­ing that the U.S. Army would not land in Spain but, after con­quer­ing Tunisia, would advance from Africa toward the Ploesti oil fields to cut off the Ger­man oil sup­plies. He said it was like­ly the Allies would land in Sici­ly to cut off Rom­mel and con­trol Italy from there, and thus secure the advance in the Balka­ns. Hav­ing giv­en vir­tu­al­ly the entire bat­tle plan for Europe, top secret at the time, to one of Ger­many’s agents, Allen Dulles pro­ceed­ed to the almost unnec­es­sary rid­er that he had very good rela­tions with the Vat­i­can. . . .”

Direct­ly fore­shad­owed the con­fronta­tion between the U.S. and the Sovi­et Union which became the Cold War.  “. . . . In oth­er meet­ings, Dulles . . . . pre­dict­ed that ‘the next world war would be between the U.S.A. and the Sovi­et Union.’ . . . .”

Were the occa­sion for Dulles to laud the “genius” of Nazi pro­pa­gan­da min­is­ter Joseph Goebbels: “He . . . . described a recent speech by Dr. Goebbels as ‘a work of genius; I have rarely read a speech with such ratio­nal plea­sure.’ . . . .”

 Amer­i­can Swasti­ka by Charles High­am; Dou­ble­day & Co. [HC]; Copy­right 1985 by Charles High­am; ISBN 0–385-17874–3; pp. 191–194.

. . . . Dulles pressed ahead. He said that it would be unbear­able for any decent Euro­pean to think that the Jews might return some­day, and that there must be no tol­er­a­tion of a return of the Jew­ish pow­er posi­tions. He reit­er­at­ed his desire for a greater Euro­pean polit­i­cal federation–and fore­saw the fed­er­al Ger­many that in fact took place. . . . He made the curi­ous asser­tion that the Amer­i­cans were only con­tin­u­ing the war to get rid of the Jews and that there were peo­ple in Amer­i­ca who were intend­ing to send the Jews to Africa. This was Hitler’s dream of course: that the Jews would go to Mada­gas­car and stay there. . . .

. . . . Dulles now pro­ceed­ed to sup­ply Hohen­lo­he with dol­lops of secret intel­li­gence, announc­ing that the U.S. Army would not land in Spain but, after con­quer­ing Tunisia, would advance from Africa toward the Ploesti oil fields to cut off the Ger­man oil sup­plies. He said it was like­ly the Allies would land in Sici­ly to cut off Rom­mel and con­trol Italy from there, and thus secure the advance in the Balka­ns.

Hav­ing giv­en vir­tu­al­ly the entire bat­tle plan for Europe, top secret at the time, to one of Ger­many’s agents, Allen Dulles pro­ceed­ed to the almost unnec­es­sary rid­er that he had very good rela­tions with the Vat­i­can. . . .

. . . . In oth­er meet­ings, Dulles . . . . pre­dict­ed that “the next world war would be between the U.S.A. and the Sovi­et Union.” . . . . Dulles obtained a great deal of infor­ma­tion relat­ing to Ger­many and plans for its recon­struc­tion after the war. He . . . . described a recent speech by Dr. Goebbels as “a work of genius; I have rarely read a speech with such ratio­nal plea­sure.” . . . .

. . . . In July, [OSS chief William] Dono­van and the OSS began to take mat­ters into their own hands. No doubt inspired by the invig­o­rat­ing meet­ing in Switzer­land, Dono­van embarked on the so-called “M” project. . . .

. . . . By now, the Ger­man [Franz Von Papen] had read the details of the peace pro­pos­al on micro­film and learned that it was more or less on the same lines as the Dulles pro­pos­als. Ger­many would be set up as the dom­i­nat­ing force in indus­try and agri­cul­ture in con­ti­nen­tal Europe, at the heart of a con­ti­nen­tal state run by Ger­many, the U.S.A., and Great Britain as a focus of trade. . .

2. We present Monte’s devel­op­ment of the decades-long rela­tion­ship between von Hohen­lo­he, U.S. intel­li­gence, Win­ston Scott, Los Tecos, the Mex­i­co City con­cate­na­tions alleged­ly involv­ing “Lee Har­vey Oswald.” For anno­ta­tion for Mon­te’s work, see the com­ment below.