Deanna Spingola
January 22, 2007
The New World Order, criminals and their camps (Part 21)
By Deanna Spingola

Opposite sides of contemporary wars, particularly from the U.S. Civil War, are typically orchestrated and financed by the international banking cartel for population depletion, resources management, money manipulation and destruction of national economies, redistribution of inhabitants and realignment of borders. Complicit, compromised insiders simulate enemy assaults, demonize "their" chosen military targets in order to provoke anger, recruit cannon fodder and fuel mass insecurity while denouncing all opposition. Dictatorial governments manage perceptions through expensive public relations firms, disseminate disinformation through the monopoly media and propagate flag-waving, self-righteous nationalism to justify offensive invasions. War is the enforcement mechanism of the satanical New World Order.

In January 1943, Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill met in Casablanca to discuss the unconditional surrender of Germany. At the end of 1943, at the Russian Embassy in Tehran, Stalin and Roosevelt drank a toast to the deaths of 50,000 German officers to be shot at the conclusion of the war. Unconditional surrender is an ominous term — it signaled the complete abolition of the German government and loss of all treaty rights, including protection of prisoners under the Geneva Conventions. [1]

In September 1939, prior allies, Stalin and Hitler joined forces in the invasion, dismantling and decimation of Poland. However, Stalin, a genocidal murderer, escaped culpability at Nuremberg for the Katyn Forest slaughter. [2] This 1940 Soviet massacre of Polish prisoners was confirmed by James Bacque during his investigation in the KGB archives after they were opened in 1990. [3] It was also confirmed by Mikhail Gorbachev who, in 1989, produced the actual documents proving that the Soviet Secret Police, by orders from Stalin, murdered 21,587 Polish enemies of the Soviet state and buried them in the Katyn Forest. However, the contrived allegations against the Nazis were useful in fueling America's hatred against all Germans, rather than the government thugs. [4]

Conquerors, those who have killed the most people, and frequently the conflict instigators often sponsor criminal tribunals for the vanquished — those who run out of money, men, and ammunition or no longer accommodate those who actually control. Many installed tyrants, feeling absolutely justified, actually demand exemption from their premeditated war crimes.

Notwithstanding the proposed "unconditional surrender" terms, Eisenhower gave a speech in Paris in March 1945 asserting that the United States would honor the Geneva Conventions with regard to humane treatment of prisoners, many captured as early as May 1943. Within days of the Paris speech, Eisenhower, without honor, surreptitiously signed an order establishing a deathly DEF (Disarmed Enemy Forces) status for all prisoners, even those who voluntarily surrendered. This action was against the civilized provisions of the Geneva Conventions which the United States signed, along with forty-six other countries, on July 27, 1929. [5] Germany ultimately admitted defeat on May 8, 1945. By June there were between 4,000,000 to 5,000,000 prisoners under Eisenhower's jurisdiction — all with DEF status.

The Normandy Invasion took place on June 6, 1944. That fall, Churchill, Stalin and Roosevelt agreed to implement the Morgenthau Plan, actually created by Harry Dexter White, which would completely destroy German industry (against Geneva Conventions). Germany's industry supported their importation of food which they did not produce themselves. Deliberate industrial destruction (by war or massive illegal immigration) results in job loss, homelessness, starvation and death. The official assumptions were that about 40% of the population would die — about 20 million German civilians. Moreover, at the Yalta Conference in February 1945, the victorious three, Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill, discussed the realignment and dismemberment of Germany.

Henry C. Morgenthau was Secretary of the Treasury. His cohort, globalist Harry Dexter White, part of the department since 1935, was then chief international economist at the U.S. Treasury and "liaison between the Treasury and the State Department on all matters bearing on foreign relations." [6] White, a treasonous insider agent, influenced the design and development of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank. [7] He acted in that capacity at the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference held at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire where the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), was also established. GATT is a United Nations agency created by a multinational treaty to promote trade by the reduction of tariffs and import quotas.

At the close of World War II, Americans were outraged and horrified by film footage of emaciated, dead bodies being mechanically discarded into mass graves and views of newly liberated individuals, little more than skeletons, filmed in their bleak, barren wooden bunks — abundant evidence of the atrocious criminal behavior by the incompetent, charismatic Hitler and the other amoral thugs who, with Wall Street money, [8] [9] had seized control of the government, orchestrated the Reichstag fire, targeted convenient enemies, quickly suspended personal liberties and instituted national ID under the guise of increased security. I wonder if there was a Reichstag Fire Truth Movement.

One has to wonder why the German populace weren't outraged enough to speak out against such tyrannical activities. Is it possible that their government worked behind claims of "national security" and "national interests?" The average brainwashed citizen knew nothing about the foreign and domestic activities of their secretive government. All information, propaganda, was controlled by the government. One also has to wonder why ordinary German citizens, guards and military, would obey questionable orders.

Despite pandemic atrocities throughout Europe during that war, the major media focus has always been directed at the Nazi crimes against the Jews, perpetrated in such infamous places as Birkenau, Bergen-Belsen, Buchenwald, and Dachau — names that should remind us of man's inhumanity to man. However, the Jewish people were not the only victims of the catastrophic satanically-staged New World Order event known as World War II.

The first Nazi camp, Dachau, was established in March 1933 for political prisoners — opponents of the Nazi regime, resistance groups, vocal dissidents and groups deemed racially inferior, such as Jews and Roma (Gypsies). [10] "It was located on the grounds of an abandoned munitions factory near the northeastern part of the town of Dachau, about 10 miles northwest of Munich in southern Germany. During the first year, the camp held about 4,800 prisoners." From 1933 to 1945 Dachau inmates numbered 188,000. [11]

On May 20, 1940, the Nazis founded, in the Polish town of Oœwiêcim, the notorious camp, Auschwitz, infamous for sadistic medical experimentations, at the site of an old Polish brick army barracks adjacent to a railroad track, very convenient for merciless mass human transport.

Numerous camps were in Germany, Poland, Norway, Italy, Lithuania, Croatia, Austria, France and elsewhere. They were used for collection, detention, resettlement and extermination. Exact numbers are unknown, but millions, Christians, Jews, Communists were exterminated. The government, for economic exploitation, established camps in the vicinity of factories or industry — essentially labor camps. Perhaps the inmates did the work that Germans wouldn't do? They built roads, worked in gravel pits, and later in the armaments production for the Nazi war machine. [12]

One of the definitions of fascism is corporate control coupled with a strong, centralized government. Many of the Nazi camps were designed as labor camps for government-friendly German corporations. Cheap labor produces more affordable "toys" for an approving, but thoughtless, populace. Corporations in cahoots with governments often lure cheap labor from poorer countries. Unpaid inmates provide even greater profits.

"Thousands of 'security suspects' released from German prisons in the autumn of 1942 were sent to concentration camps and literally worked to death under a program called 'Annihilation through Work' (Vernichtung durch Arbeit). Finally, captured members of national resistance movements were sent to concentration camps to be murdered upon arrival." [13]

Moreover, there were about two hundred additional barbed-wire enclosed camps in Germany that incarcerated between four and five million individuals by June 1945. However, these camps lacked even the barest facilities found in other camps: barracks, laboratories, camp kitchens, infirmaries and latrines. In the absence of latrines, crowded inmates, standing almost shoulder to shoulder, by necessity, often relieved themselves where they stood — a growing quagmire of contaminating putrid mud. Latrines (ditches), where available, were death traps for those who slipped. Food, water and shelter, basic human necessities, were unavailable in these camps although there were sufficient resources available. These were not the German camps, but American camps, supervised by Eisenhower, where thousands of ordinary soldiers, ignorant of their government's atrocities, ultimately starved and died.

Eisenhower, among numerous other "high" officials, past and current, proves that mediocre individuals frequently ascend any available ladder through complicit connections and stealthy agreements rather than native competence. Even costly ghost-written books, before or after their endeavors, suggest questionable qualifications or fictional legacies.

Americans were not outraged by the atrocities committed in these camps because they were completely ignored by the U.S. media, then and now. Subsidized and sanitized history books produced by The West German Foreign Office under the direction of Willy Brandt provide a long-term cover-up of the atrocities. [14] After the war and unknown to many outside of Germany, more than fifteen million Germans were driven from their homes in central and Eastern Europe. These were trusting civilians who accommodated their tyrannical government. This huge migration was according to the international agreement signed at Potsdam in 1945.

The Geneva Conventions are very clear on treatment of military prisoners. The agreement signed by most major countries on July 27, 1929 purportedly established humane treatment of enemies during World War II. Apparently, the Geneva Conventions meant little to the military leaders in charge. The American Propaganda Ministry consistently generated hatred of the German inmates who they claimed deserved incarceration, lack of basic human necessities and even torture, if necessary. Inhumane treatment at the hands of Germans or Americans is deplorable.

According to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, it is a soldier's duty to disobey illegal orders. Military personnel may disobey illegal orders from a superior officer, even if that officer is the president. "In each case, military personnel have an obligation and a duty to only obey Lawful orders and indeed have an obligation to disobey Unlawful orders, including orders by the president that do not comply with the UCMJ. The moral and legal obligation is to the U.S. Constitution and not to those who would issue unlawful orders, especially if those orders are in direct violation of the Constitution and the UCMJ." [15]

Concentration camps did not originate with the Nazis. History books often fail to mention the British use of concentration camps, first used to confine and control large numbers of civilians in South Africa during the second Boer War 1899-1902. The Americans had Andersonville, Georgia and others during the Civil War.

Most Americans say little about Guantánamo Bay. Politicians who mention the camp, where hundreds are held without charges, are demonized as un-American or soft on terrorists. When the Japanese, even American born, were incarcerated, Americans maintained silence. After all, a Japanese life apparently had less value than an American life, given that America bombed two non military cities allegedly to "save American lives."

Civilian Japanese internment began March 2, 1942 with Executive Order No. 9066 which was signed by Roosevelt on February 19, 1942. "Relocation centers" were located in California, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Wyoming, Colorado, and Arkansas.

"Roosevelt's executive order was fueled by anti-Japanese sentiment among farmers who competed against Japanese labor, politicians who sided with anti-Japanese constituencies, and the general public, whose frenzy was heightened by the Japanese attack of Pearl Harbor. More than 2/3rds of the Japanese who were interned in the spring of 1942 were citizens of the United States." [16] It takes mass support against a specific group of people to make Concentration camps acceptable. Once they are tolerable for one group — say illegal aliens, they can be appropriated for others — anti-war dissidents, alleged terrorists, enemy combatants or anyone opposing government actions. Of course, this is intended to make the homeland safe. In 1922 when he was establishing the Gestapo, Hitler said the following: "An evil exists that threatens every man, woman and child of this great nation. We must take steps to insure our domestic security and protect our homeland." Sound familiar?

In March 1942, the U.S. government began seizing the property and assets of Japanese-descended citizens, and the War Relocation Authority was formed to "assist" the Japanese-Americans who were being driven out of several states. By summer, well over 100,000 Japanese-Americans had been "evacuated" from the West Coast to other states and military prison camps. [17] Small similarities to the New Orleans evacuation are merely coincidental. Mass population movements function as social engineering.

The American government has written plans (PDF file) dated January 14, 2005 defining their Civilian Inmate Labor Program. Camps have already been established by nefarious presidential executive orders and through FEMA all over the country. See a complete list here or here. This is not recent but started in the Reagan administration. The Federal Emergency Management Agency plan called REX- 84 was drafted by order of Ronald Reagan.

We didn't speak out when they arrested and incarcerated the Japanese for their own good. We didn't speak out when they incarcerated some terrorists in Guantánamo. We were silent when we discovered information about rendition flights. Abu Ghraib was insignificant — it was thousands of miles away and purportedly it was a few isolated incidents. We are incredulous when we hear about FEMA camps in America — not in America, the land of the free. Who will speak out, if not Americans, when citizens are incarcerated for being old, non-productive, non-compliant, homosexual, the wrong religion or race, anti-war, and against high-level treason or critical of the growing state tyranny?

Details of the detainee operations are here as a PDF file. There is also a U.S. Army FM 3-19.40 Military Police (MP) Internment-Resettlement Operations: Military Prisons, Prisoners Of War (POW), Civilian Internees: Field Manual Guide Book available on CD-ROM at Amazon.

See also:

Martial Law Concerns, House of Representatives — March 11, 2003

American Prison Camps Are on the Way: The Military Commissions Act of 2006:

Rex 84: FEMA's Blueprint for Martial Law in America

Homeland Security Contracts for Vast New Detention Camps

10-Year U.S. Strategic Plan For Detention Camps Revives Proposals From Oliver North by Peter Dale Scott

Bibliography:

The Morgenthau Plan and the Problem of Policy Perversion, Paper presented to the Ninth International Revisionist Conference by Prof. Anthony Kubek (A Must Read!)

NOTES:

[1]  Other Losses, An Investigation into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the Hands of the French and Americans After World War II, p. 6



[4]  A Century of War: Lincoln, Wilson, and Roosevelt by John V. Denson, p. 12




[8]  "Bush — Nazi Dealings Continued Until 1951" — Federal Documents By John Buchanan and Stacey Michael






[14]  Other Losses, An Investigation into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the Hands of the French and Americans After World War II, p. 154




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