drbubb Posted July 12, 2015 Author Report Share Posted July 12, 2015 Can the pope and Vatican be trusted. I wonder if the illuminati are just playing good guy bad guy games so we believe there's a rift between religion and the Cabal? Just a thought, but I never under estimate this lot. Watch and see... what comes of this. What I see so far is that some major "good guys", like Sheehan, are willing to work under the Pope's "Laudato Si" banner. This may become a major rallying point for genuine change. How else, how better, might real change be brought about? Do you have a better idea? (This is a genuine question... and it would be interesting to hear an alternative.) In his lectures (here for the Romero Institute) Sheehan lays out the secret power structure of the USA, and its ties to Nazi Germany Trajectory of Justice: 5-28-2015 part 1 Lovely people - whom Dr Joseph P Farrell has also written about: (from the thread on the Romero Institute ) An extensive course on the History of US Espionage, etc.. since WW2 . . . Much involvement of ex-nazis in the US intelligence operation Reinhard Gehlen / Wiki: During the emerging phases of the Cold War, he was recruited by the United States military to set up a spy ring directed against the Soviet Union (known as the Gehlen Organization) which employed numerous former SS, SD and Wehrmacht officers, and eventually became head of the West German intelligence apparatus. He served as the first president of the Federal Intelligence Service until 1968. As President of the Federal Intelligence Service, itself a civilian office, he was promoted to Lieutenant-General of the Reserve in the West German Bundeswehr and thus became the country's highest-ranking reserve officer. . . . On 22 May 1945, Gehlen surrendered to the U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) in Bavaria. He was brought to Camp King and interrogated by Captain John R. Boker near Oberursel. Because of his knowledge and contacts inside the Soviet Union he was very valuable to the Americans. He offered them his intelligence archives and his network of contacts in exchange for his liberty and the liberty of his colleagues imprisoned in American POW camps in Germany. Boker quietly removed Gehlen and his command from the official lists of American POWs and managed to transfer seven of Gehlen's senior officers to the camp. Gehlen's archives were unearthed and brought to the camp secretly, without even the knowledge of the CIC. By the end of the summer Boker had elicited the support of Brigadier General Edwin Sibert, the G2 (senior intelligence officer) of the Twelfth Army Group. General Sibert contacted his superior, General Walter Bedell Smith, Eisenhower's chief of staff, who then worked with William Joseph Donovan, the former head of OSS and Allen Dulles, then the OSS station chief in Bern, to make suitable arrangements. On 20 September 1945, Gehlen and three close associates were flown to the United States to begin work for them. Otto Skorzeny - check other photos for the dueling scar Part-2: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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