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The Climate Change Companies and Their Nazi Concentration Camps List

White Nationalists who love Hitler think he created the Volkswagen Beetle. He didn’t. Volkwagen did, while they were running three concentration camps for profit. This is a list of more than 30 companies that ran Hitler’s concentration camps, committing the worst atrocities of the Holocaust.

ravensbruck
Heinkel & Krupp  ran Ravensbruck, photographed above, to produce German air crafts. Today, both companies profit from Germany’s Climate Change “Sustainability” model at Airbus and ThyssenKrupp.

Today, “The Green Case” Nuremberg Trial companies below run the UNFCCC’s Climate Change agenda from Frankfurt, Germany. While the environmental regulations they propose are not enforced or passed in Germany itself, other countries with human rights clauses are forced out of the market, allowing them to eat the earth and its children once again, under “Sustainability,” pushing Hitler’s “National Socialist” platform in each country through large lobbying donations, and censoring the Bill of Rights in conservative circles. Anything less than a class system cuts into profits.

Companies Affiliated With Concentration Camps

I’ve linked only what I’ve had time to research. Each “camp” name actually refers to numerous satellite camps in several cities.  One would be a death camp, to weed out the prisoners that couldn’t work, the others would be for the factories of various products that needed making. So each camp is listed here by name, then followed by their “satellite” cities.  Caps denotes the name of the company, a * denotes the name of the Camp, followed by the name of the town or location where the work was done (satellites).

ADLER SA
*Natzwiller-Struthof, in Frankfurt-Am-Main

AEG
*Stutthof, in Thorn-Torun
*Riga-KaiserwaldASTRA
*Flossenburg in Chemnitz

AUTO-UNION
*Flossenburg in three cities:
Hohenstein-Ernstthal
Zschopau
Zwickau

BMW
*Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau in
Abteroda and Eisenach-Thuer
*Dachau in 5 cities
Ellach
Blaichach
Kaufbeuren
Lochhausen
Moosach
*Natzwiller-Struthof in Geisenheim
*Papenburg in Rastdorf-am-Werlte
*Sachsenhausen in Konigswusterhausen

MESSERSCMITT
*Dachau in 10 cities:
Asbach-Baumerheim
Augsburg
Augsburg-Pfersee
Burgau
Durach-Kottern
Fischen
Gablingen
Horgau-Pfersee
Kaufering
Moosach
*Flossenburg in Joanngergenstadt
*Mauthausen in Camp Central (Frankfurt)

METALL UNION
Auschwitz-Oswiecim in Camp Central, Poland

OPTA RADIO
*Flossenburg in Wolkenburg

OPTIQUE IENA
*Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau in Weimar-Fischtenheim

PHOTO AGFA
*Dachau in Munich, Germany

PUCH
*Mauthausen in Graz, Austria

RHEINMETALL BORSIG AG
*Buchenwald and Dora Mittelbau in Dusseldorf, Germany

SHELL
*Neuengamme in Hamburg and Geilenburgh, Germany

SCHNEIDER
*Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau in
Leipzig-Lindenthal
Meuselwitz
Raucha

SIEMENS
*Auschwitz-Oswiecim in Bobrek and Trostberg, Poland

DAIMLER BENZ
*Schirmeck (At the Rhine), Haslach, Germany

ORNIER
*Dachau, German satellites:
Aufkirch-Kaufbeuren
Kaufering
Trutzkirch-Titzing

ERLA
*Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
Thekla/Leipzig
Leipzig-Lindenthal
*Flossenburg
Mulchen-Psankt-Micheln

FORD
*Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
Cologne Fordwerke

GOLDSCHMITT
*Gross-Rosen
Langenbielau-Bielwa

HEINKEL
*Buchenwald and Dora – Mittelbau
Gandersheim
*Mauthausen
Wien-Schwechat
*Natzwiller-Struthof (at the Rhine)
Zuffenhausen
*Ravensbruck
Barth/Ostsee
*Berlin-Shonefeld
*Rostock-Marienehe
*Schwarzenforst
*Sachsenhausen
Oranienburg

I.G. FARBEN INDUSTRIES (12 companies broken up in WWI, reunited, who then broke up again, and are still the largest global empires in their fields today):
BASF:
The Chemical Company
BAYER Pharmaceutical
AGFA Medical
HOECHST (now SANOFICELANESE)
CASELLA (SANOFI)
and more.
*Auschwitz-Oswiecim
Camp Central
*Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
Wolfen-Bitterfeld
*Gross-Rosen
Waldenburg

JUNKER
*Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
Aschersleben
Helberstadt
Tarthun

“In our eyes, the German boy of the future must be slim and slender, as fast as a greyhound, tough as leather and hard as Krupp steel” -Adolf Hitler, address to Nazi Scouts

KRUPP

*Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
Essen
*Gross-Rosen
Langenbielau-Bielawa
Markstadt-Laskowitz
*Flossenburg
Nuremberg
*Ravensbruck
Camp Central
*Furstenberg
*Neubranbdenburg

OLVAY
*Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
Bernburg

STEYR
*Mauthausen
Aflens
Steyr-Municholz
*Radom

TELEFUNKEN
*Gross-Rosen
Langenbielau-Bielawa

VALENTIN
*Neuengamme
Brema-Farge

VISTRA
*Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
Wolfen-Bitterfeld

VOLKSWAGEN
*Neuegamme
Fallersleben
Wolfsburg

ZEISS-IKON
*Flossenburg
Dresden

ZEITZ
*Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
Gleina “Willy”

ZEPPELIN
*Dachau
Friedrichshaven

Sourced:

From Chronique de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, eds Chronique, 1990. Annexe #3, page 690. 

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