Oliver Stone Says Banksters “Enabled” Hitler and the Nazis
January 26, 2010
Filmmaker Oliver Stone has told The Canadian Press that international bankers “enabled” Hitler and the Nazis. “Adolf Hitler was a psychopath and a monster but rose to power thanks to big business leaders and other supporters who appreciated his vow to destroy communism and control workers, Hollywood filmmaker Oliver Stone said Monday,” in Bangkok, Thailand, writes Michael Casey.
Stone left out a few important details. Not only did the banksters support and encourage Hitler and the Nazis, they also created from scratch the communism the German dictator vowed to destroy.
Without the support of the German industrial cartel I.G. Farben, Hitler would have remained an obscure historical footnote and millions of people would not have perished during the Second World War.
Farben, however, was not alone in its effort to empower Hitler and the Nazis. “Without the capital supplied by Wall Street, there would have been no I.G. Farben in the first place, and almost certainly no Adolf Hitler and World War II,” writes Antony C. Sutton in Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler. “German bankers on the Farben Aufsichsrat (the supervisory Board of Directors) in the late 1920s included the Hamburg banker Max Warburg, whose brother Paul Warburg was a founder of the Federal Reserve System in the United States.” The Farben industrial cartel was created by three Wall Street houses: Dillon, Read & Co., Harris, Forbes & Co., and National City.
In the 1930s, William Dodd, the U.S. Ambassador in Germany, wrote Roosevelt from Berlin and explained the importance of the banksters and American industrialists in this “enabling” process. “The DuPonts have their allies in Germany that are aiding in the armament business. Their chief ally is the I.G. Farben Company,” wrote Dodd.
In addition to the DuPonts, Standard Oil, International Harvester, J.P. Morgan-controlled General Motors Company and Ford facilitated Germany’s rearmament after the First World War. International Telephone and Telegraph, General Electric, International Business Machines, Alcoa and Dow Chemical were also involved. Many of these companies continued their support of Hitler and the Nazis after the United States declared war on Germany.
“Treasury Secretary Morgenthau was deeply disturbed at the implications of this Wall Street monopoly of the fate of Nazi Germany and prepared a memorandum to present to President Roosevelt,” writes Sutton.
Former president George W. Bush’s grandfather, senator Prescott Bush, was a director and shareholder of companies that profited from their involvement with the financial backers of Nazi Germany.
“His business dealings, which continued until his company’s assets were seized in 1942 under the Trading with the Enemy Act, has led more than 60 years later to a civil action for damages being brought in Germany against the Bush family by two former slave laborers at Auschwitz and to a hum of pre-election controversy,” The Guardian reported in September, 2004.
The Bush family connection to Hitler and the Nazis and the premeditated murder of millions of people, of course, did not reflect on the election of Bush primarily because the corporate media ignored the story.
“Throughout the Bush family’s decades of public life, the American press has gone out of its way to overlook one historical fact — that through Union Banking Corporation (UBC), Prescott Bush, and his father-in-law, George Herbert Walker, along with German industrialist Fritz Thyssen, financed Adolf Hitler before and during World War II,” writes Toby Rogers.
Not only did the banksters and industrialists create the Frankenstein monster Hitler, they also funded and supported Soviet communism from its inception. In Wall Street and The Bolshevik Revolution, Antony Sutton details this relationship. Sutton draws on State Department files, personal papers of key Wall Street figures, biographies and conventional histories to make the point that bankers and so-called capitalists secretly and illegally supported the Bolsheviks while publicly supporting the anti-Bolshevik movement.
According to Sutton’s research, Morgan banking executives in funneled illegal Bolshevik gold into the U.S., intervened to free Leon Trotsky (who advocated “total revolution”), and transported Lenin across Europe in a “sealed” train (with $5 to $6 million in gold to facilitate the revolution). German bankster Max Warburg was instrumental in financing Lenin and the Russian Revolution.
“Communism is not [and never was] a creation of the masses to overthrow the Banking establishment, but rather a creation of the Banking establishment to overthrow and enslave the people,” explains Anthony J. Hilder. “The goal of international communism is not to destroy Western international debt capitalism. The goal of international communism is to enslave mankind at the behest of Western international debt capitalism,” R.E. McMaster wrote in The Reaper.
In Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development, Sutton used State Department documents to explain how the banksters continued to fund and build the Soviet Union after the revolution. “Sutton shows conclusively that virtually everything the Soviets possess has been acquired from the West. It is not much of an exaggeration to say that the U.S.S.R. was made in the U.S.A.,” noted Gary Allen in 1971.
“In the Bolshevik Revolution we have some of the world’s richest and most powerful men financing a movement which claims its very existence is based on the concept of stripping of their wealth men like the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Schiffs, Warburgs, Morgans, Harrimans, and Milners. But obviously these men have no fear of international Communism. It is only logical to assume that if they financed it and do not fear it, it must be because they control it. Can there be any other explanation that makes sense? Remember that for over 150 years it has been standard operating procedure of the Rothschilds and their allies to control both sides of every conflict,” Allen explained.
Both communism and fascism were created as profit generators and more importantly control mechanisms by the international bankster cartel.
It remains to be seen if Oliver Stone’s 10-part documentary on the 20th century titled The Secret History of the United States will cover these pertinent and important details. Short of telling the whole story, Stone’s documentary will be little better than the version of history offered by the establishment and the corporate media and publishers.
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