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AP: US report adds details on Cold War Nazi intel

December 28th, 2010

By Katherine Smith

As they say, when you are “over the target,” Expect a “404 - Unfortunately we are unable to locate the page you have requested.”

December 26, 2010 The Nazi & Jewish Affair to Remember (November 2010) is published at The Peoples Voice

The Nazi & Jewish Affair is an informed-opinion essay based on the premise that WW I, WW II and the Holocaust can be understood if you realize that 70 million people died in order for the Jews to settle in Palestine in 1948, “The Premise.”

The Premise” was also featured in the December 23rd prequel, Baron Otto Von Bolschwing, SS Veteran of Eichmann’s “Jewish Affairs”, which due to an editorial mishap was published at the popular website, OpEdNews. The article, with no promotion by the site, went viral and was the #1 most popular article by page views for over 48 hours.

The Premise” is published for the first time in history in March of 2009 when The Modern State of Israel: Providence, Miracle, or What Really Happened, was given to Canada Free Press (CFP). The website disappeared each time the webmaster attempted to post the article. McLeod writes: “Naturally, I am fearful of posting anything that would make CFP disappear. Can you shed any light on this possibility? Thanks, Judi, 3-17-09” [More in Endnote 3 and at Websites Under Attack]

Websites are reporting problems when they attempt to post and the APNewsBreak citation can no longer be found at the AP News/Miami Herald (returns a 404 Error).

Excerpt from The Nazi & Jewish Affair to Remember (November 2010)
Three weeks later (December 10), APNewsBreak identifies the report as Hitler's Shadow: Nazi War Criminals, U.S. Intelligence, and the Cold War, and goes into the details on the Nazi Gestapo, and the Ukrainian fascist, Mykola Lebed…

The December 10 article, unlike the one on November 13, now defends the US’ intelligence officials decision to provide a safe haven for Nazi criminals…

In 2007, the OSI had waived more than 23,000 pages, but as of this date is keeping secret over 18,000 pages, allegedly to protect the “ongoing investigations (going on for decades) and prosecutions.” [Let’s see, the war ended 66 years ago, anyone who is being investigated is either deceased or over 85 years of age. Why would they need to keep secret almost half the records?]

Mysteriously, the next day (12/11), the December 10 article is rewritten by Randy Herschaft and titled Report details ties between US and ex-Nazis, but this version fails to mention the OSI is keeping secret over 18,000 pages “to protect ongoing investigations and prosecutions” of war criminals who are on their death bed. [End of Excerpt]

The December 10 AP: US report adds details on Cold War Nazi Intel is now archived at Unfiltered History.

And since the Internet Police don’t take any chances, the source for the APNewsBreak, the National Archives: http://www.archives.gov/iwg, has been removed as well.

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