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Big companies that could have done something against the Nazis rather helped them as their owners/executives couldn’t spell CONSCIENCE

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Dearest Marty, my wonderful soulmate, how are you, my darling?

I often hear that Germans had no choice but to support Hitler. Unlike Jews, Germans could leave Germany and work from the outside against it if it was too dangerous in Germany. Particularly large companies with HQs or offices not in Germany could have used extreme pressure on the Third Reich and the men behind it. In the beginning of the Third Reich, big companies could have done something against the Holocaust even without having to relocate.

Siemens supported Hitler. Already in 1933, Siemens invited Hitler to talk to its workers. This book contains more of Siemens’ Nazi propaganda. Instead of being sentenced to make the damage good again (if it is even possible), the US Marshall Plan payed Germany large sums. In 2011, Siemens executives were charged with bribery. It is being said that Siemens and the German Secret Services have still a cozy relationship.

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Volkswagen was pro Third Reich. Nevertheless, America bought the beetles and made Germany richer. Ear-implants “buy German” at work. 

This article said that the design for the beetle was done by a Jewish engineer and that Germany stole it:  

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2086663/Hitler-copied-idea-iconic-Volkswagen-Beetle-Jewish-engineer-historian-claims.html

It is typically German to steal and claim it their own.

 

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IG Farben was pro Nazis, predecessor BASF, Bayer, Hoechst, Agfa, Griesheim-Elektron, Weiler Ter Meer, and successor AGFA Gevaert, BASF, Bayer, Sanofi… The Nazi board members of I.G. Farben called themselves Gods. They probably could have made a lot more money with selling their lose screws as so many. 

 https://barbaraschwarz.wordpress.com/tag/i-g-farben/

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BMW used Jews as forced labor instead of using its power for good.  

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Not neutral Switzerland and Nestle/Maggi used Jewish slave workers. But at the same time, the USA bought chocolate from Nestle. Besides, since when makes sugar strong?   

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Some huge American companies were also Nazis. Selling junk food to the world apparently wasn’t enough for CocaCola. Apparently, no conscience.

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And here is another big German company that supported the Third Reich: Dr. Oetker.

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 It is being said that IBM made big donations fund the Holocaust.

 

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Hugo Boss is another company who has a Nazi past. This company designed all the uniforms for the Third Reich. Looks like curtain material to me. 

 

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And of course Ford. How is it possible that Bavarian race hatred and jealousy reaches the entire world? German-controlled ear implants make it possible.    

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And here is a graphic of more such companies:

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The drug thalidomide was developed by German company Chemie Grünenthal after the Third Reich.  Even before the release of thalidomide, the wife of an employee gave birth to a baby without ears, but Chemie Grünenthal ignored the warning. The drug from hell is still prescribed today. I recently saw a girl in her early 20s who had thalidomide arms or rather lacked them!  Wanted and convicted Nazis, mass murderers who had practiced their science in notorious death camps, ended up working at Grünenthal, some of them directly involved in the development of thalidomide…

Read about the Grünenthal  Nazi connections in this article: http://www.newsweek.com/nazis-and-thalidomide-worst-drug-scandal-all-time-64655

The world’s problem are German/Bavarian psychiatrists who trap children to agree to be run through ear implants. For the rest of their lives, they stay secret German pawns.   

I love you, Marty. 

Yours forever,

Sarah/Barbara

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  1. Speaking next to her daughter, who settled a landmark legal case against the drug’s British distributor in July, Wendy Rowe said this afternoon that Grunenthal Group’s chief executive Harald Stock’s apology in Germany this morning was, “the sort of apology you give when you’re not really sorry”.

    “It’s also insulting that he wants us to believe Grunenthal had not apologised for 50 years because it has been in silent shock. I suspect he does not know what shock is. Shock is having your precious child born without arms and legs. It’s accepting that your child is not going to have that life that you wanted for her,” she said.

    http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/mothers-angry-tears-at-thalidomide-apology-20120901-257gw.html

    Sad

    February 23, 2015 at 7:35 am

    • I agree. Who is this company kidding? They were hoping that they were getting off the hook. Besides, this horrible drug is still prescribed and there are new thalidomide (in German: Contergan/Thalidomid) children victims.

      Barbara Schwarz

      February 23, 2015 at 2:08 pm

  2. Lots of Lurk

    April 11, 2016 at 12:04 pm

  3. People need to look into the board of directors of these companies.

    Guy III

    January 18, 2017 at 10:54 pm


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