by Jon Rappoport
January 4, 2021
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Knowledge of an ongoing crime inside a corporation turns into a conspiracy of silence, shared by many employees…
But as you travel up the corporate ladder, SOMEONE not only knows, but INTENDS to keep committing the crime.
This is my conclusion, after 30 years of investigating criminal medical behavior, including mass murder.
Here is deep background, which illuminates the current pharmaceutical lead role in the COVID fraud and devastation:
In 1933, the largest cartel in the world, IG Farben, enabled Hitler’s rise to power. Farben: pharmaceuticals, dyes, chemicals, synthetics.
During WW2, Farben had prisoners shipped from Auschwitz to its nearby facility, where horrendous medical/pharmaceutical experiments were carried out on them.
For accounts, read The Devil’s Chemists, by Josiah DuBois, and The Crime and Punishment of IG Farben, by Joseph Borkin.
At the end of the War, Farben executives were put on trial and, despite the efforts of Telford Taylor, the chief US prosecutor, and assistant prosecutor, Josiah DuBois, the sentences handed out were light.
For example, Fritz Ter Meer, a high-ranking Farben executive, was tried for mass medical murder and slavery, and sentenced to a paltry seven years in jail. He was released after three years, and went on to occupy a post as chairman of the advisory board of Bayer, a “branch on the tree” of IG Farben.
There were clear reasons for light sentences for Farben executives. One, the rebuilding of Europe was seen as a bulwark against aggressive Soviet Communism. Farben war criminals were “needed” to organize the new Europe.
More important, a whole new world was coming into being, and mega-corporations and cartels were at the heart of it. They would be the engines driving the global economy and controlling the natural resources of the planet. It was colonialism with a different face, the East India Company running on technology and industry and a planetary reach beyond anything ever attempted.
So the Farben moguls, and those like them, were seen by many as highly competent designers of the new “peace and prosperity.”
And oh yes—there was a third reason the Farben executives got off so lightly.