Hitler and Bormann Were Traitors – The Smoking Gun

henrymakow.com — March 16, 2017

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General Reinhard Gehlen. Click to enlarge

After the war, as head of the West German Intelligence Agency, (BND) Gen. Reinhard Gehlen was able to confirm his suspicion that Martin Bormann, the second most powerful man in Nazi Germany, had been a Soviet spy, with Hitler’s connivance.
Hitler was an Illuminati agent mandated to lead Germany into a catastrophic war where German nationalism would be blunted once and for all. World War Two was the most egregious hoax in history.

by Henry Makow Ph.D. — (Updated from Nov. 19, 2012)

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Hitler with Bormann to his right. Click to enlarge

In the past, I have presented evidence that Martin Bormann, the man who signed Hitler’s paycheck, was a Soviet,   i.e. Illuminati agent; but I was not sure if Hitler was also a conscious traitor.
The testimony of General Reinhard Gehlen, Chief of Abwehr Intelligence  for Russia, suggests that he was.
In his memoirs, “The Service” (World Pub.1972) Gehlen says that he and Admiral Canaris, head of the Abwehr, suspected there was a traitor in the German Supreme Command.
Both had noticed that the Soviets were receiving “rapid and detailed information .. on top level decision-making.”
They both suspected Martin Bormann, the Deputy Fuehrer and Head of the Nazi Party.
“Our suspicions were largely confirmed when, independently of one another,  we found out that Bormann and his group were operating an unsupervised radio transmitter network and using it to send coded messages to Moscow.
When OKW monitors reported this, Canaris demanded an investigation; but word came back that Hitler himself had emphatically forbidden any intervention: he had been informed in advance of these Funkspiele, or “fake radio messages,” and he had approved them” (p.71).

GEHLEN CONFIRMED BORMANN TRAITOR

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