Adolf Hitler was the culmination of the British war machine an outsider of illegitimate lineage taken from his country, through several others, and into the arms of British mind control. Here he became the enemy of the country he would lead, to fulfil the contracts and obligations of the country that trained him.
Hitler was one of the early successes of the later named Tavistock. Through the obfuscations of war, it was Hitler who created Israel as much as any other something even the Jews acknowledge. But he did not act alone; he was supported by a series of compromised intelligence officers, many of whom were also of illegitimate birth and bastard royals most of whom lived on a tight-rope of secrecy and disinformation histories many of whom also faked their deaths.
Inside the psychology of Hitler was the infighting of the British and European Royal families for domination of the Western Sphere of Influence, and the fulfilment of the prophecies of nations.
The most powerful, the most secret, vied for a part in the lies of war, and the riches it provided. Death was a by-product of the most gigantic confronting egos, who believed they were men of destiny, when they were, in fact, puppets of someone elses kingdom an unseen realm of banks, emerging corporations, ego-centered Freudian mind-control, and occult malpractise.
There were as many lies as there were deaths in World War Two, and these are exposed, including: Hitlers missing year in Britain, his psychological deconstruction to perform as an agent for the British war machine, his bizarre sexual habits and hands-on murders made to look like suicide; Rudolf Hess and his body doubles simultaneous flight to Britain; how the Duke of Kent faked his own death and went to extraordinary lengths to expose its cover up afterwards; Anthony Blunts conception by the future King George V and his role as a Communist spy and Royal servant; Wallis Simpsons sexual practices with the compromised King Edward VIII and the leaking of British strategic military detail to Hitler giving him every advantage.
It was as if the British had the German secrets and the Germans had the British secrets, but neither side knew what they themselves were doing.
If ever there was a war to serve the other side and propagandise the opposite, this was that war. For five years, any attempts at peace were turned into the opposing forces advantage, and the call of peace guided the bombs in that direction . . . such was their training . . . on both sides.
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Author1 Greg Hallett author2 Spymaster Weight in g 950.0000 isbn_10 047311478X isbn_13 978-0473114787 edition Nee pages 566 Illustrations Nee publisher The World of Truth