Hitler a Traitor? Testimony of His Closest Aides

Henry Makow Ph.D. — henrymakow August 16, 2014

The Hitler Book was prepared for Stalin in 1946 and is based on the testimony  of Hitler's personal adjutants, SS Officers Heinz Linge, left, and Otto Gunsche, right. Click to enlarge

The Hitler Book was prepared for Stalin in 1946 and is based on the testimony of Hitler’s personal adjutants, SS Officers Heinz Linge, left, and Otto Gunsche, right. Click to enlarge

As my readers know, I believe Hitler and Bormann were Illuminati agents who deliberately sabotaged the Nazi war effort in order to destroy German resistance to Illuminati Jewish world tyranny.
It was common knowledge that Jewish bankers controlled the US, England and the USSR. Yet Hitler acted like the USSR was the only enemy, better to perpetuate a charade that resulted in the genocide of almost 60 million non-Jews. Time and again, Hitler used Russia as a pretext to spare England, which is the central banker headquarters.
Whenever I study WW2, I look for new evidence to support or discredit this thesis. The Hitler Book (John Murray, 2005) contains both. I’ll deal with the supporting evidence first:

1. Gibraltar.

If Hitler were serious about winning the war, he would have taken Gibraltar and blocked the entrance to the Mediterranean. The Gibraltar Straits are only nine miles wide, half the range of German naval guns. He also could have established bases on the south shore, a Spanish protectorate. The Spanish dictator Franco would not have won the Spanish Civil War without Nazi help and was in Hitler’s debt.
Hitler met with Franco Oct 23 1940 to discuss Spanish participation in the war. The German General Staff had a plan codenamed Isabella/Felix for the conquest of Gibraltar at the beginning of 1941. But Hitler tore it up saying he had “made up his mind to invade the Soviet Union at the first opportunity.” He made the lame excuse that Germany would have had to defend and supply Spain if she entered the war. “Hitler clearly had no more interest in opening a new theater on the Iberian peninsula.” (p.66.)
This is more proof that the Second World War was a charade. Defending and supplying Norway didn’t prevent Hitler for invading that country.

2. The Battle of the Bulge.

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