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Hitler started out as a political candidate in Germany, just like any other today. He ran the National Socialist Party, but others ran socialist doctrines too. Why did Hitler win? Because of millions from globalists IG Farben-Bayer Industries, the German Chemical and Pharmaceutical empire that World War I sought to break up.
Already, Bayer sold heroin to children’s cough syrup, after the Opium Wars. Really, what could go wrong?
There are two kinds of Capitalism: Free Market and Fair Trade. Fair trade is what America and most Democracies once practiced. The rights of citizens are protected and taken into consideration during trades. Free market capitalism doesn’t. It looks at balance sheets alone. Rights get in the way. 20 hour work days, chains and cabbage water earns a much higher profit margin. Therefore, it very much favors socialism. Which is exactly why IG Farben backed Hitler.
And he delivered. The Third Reich’s first action in office was to remove the rights of all citizens in Germany, not just Jews. The Jewish population, according to Hitler’s standards (not current KKK standard of ‘one drop’), less than 1% of the German population was Jewish.
Instead, political rivals, business rivals, family grudges, the disabled – all these standards and more also played a role in camp round-ups. Globalists needed slaves for profits. 1% would not cut it. In the end, more than 30 companies took part in benefiting from slavery and death.
The following is a list of companies, many of whom still survive and use the same practices today, who profited through Hitler’s Concentration Camps:
- I.G. FARBEN INDUSTRIES (INCLUDED, BUT NOT LIMITED TO):
- CASSELLA, AS WELL AS…
- ADLER SA
- METALL UNION
- OPTA RADIO
- OPTIQUE IENA
- PHOTO AGFA
- RHEINMETALL BORSIG AG
- DAIMLER BENZ
For a list of which companies utilized which Concentration Camps, you can find that list here. It is important to note that many of the camps were outfitted to meet the companies needs. For example, the “horrific Nazi experiments” we heard about, were actually tests ordered and performed by Bayer himself, for Bayer Pharmaceuticals.
The gas used in the gas chambers was developed by BASF within IG Farben, and the creator, at his Nuremberg Trial, had his sentence reduced at the request of Rockefeller.
Unfortunately, as the IG Farben Nuremberg Trial transcripts reveal, the Nazi War machine was only possible by the German bankers and their companies, who now run similar empires in China, another National Socialist state, today.
There is a difference between Fair Trade and Free Trade. Fair Trade protects the rights of citizens, land owners and Democracy during trade negotiations. Free trade seeks profit alone. This naturally seeks out socialist systems, as their lack of rights for their citizens allows them to be added to the trading block.
Slavery is still alive and well in this world. The lower ranks of Nazi’s were prosecuted, but those at the top were released between 1948-1960, and their research in the camps was then transferred to Hollywood screens, Harvard lecture halls, and newsrooms across the world.
Not to mention Bayer. They were responsible for shipping medication tainted with HIV overseas. Another deadly poison for the weak and “undeserving,” but, as Dinesh D’Souza writes in The Big Lie, “When you have the megaphone, no one can answer you back.”
In that spirit, I hope you share this.
Be well. (Note that all the above companies have “Sustainability” at the core of their efforts, despite polluting the world to the change of our Jet Stream. My prior research shows that they created “Environmentalism.” The world was green before they entered it. Now, the more Climate Action succeeds, the more polluted it gets. For the history on that plan, you can read Tragedy & Hope. There is always hope, in knowledge.)
The following companies designed, funded and/or utilized #Hitler‘s concentration camps for profit. (Note: @Chase bank converted deutchmarks to dollars when all others refused, thereby making this business model possible.)
I.G. FARBEN INDUSTRIES
— Book of Katherine (@bookofkatherine) August 27, 2019