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henrymakow – May 4, 2019

Hitler “tried to enter the postal service as a mail carrier. His services were refused because he was unable to pass the intelligence test.”
– Captain Karl Mayr 
Plied with sausages and beer supplied by the army, the tavern audiences applauded Hitler. Mayr writes. 
“The experiment with Hitler was considered highly successful by his [army] sponsors” and Hitler got the Jeanne D’Arc job. 
Christopher Bjerknes’s new book Hitler- Zionist and Bolshevik puts this curious document into a new perspective. Mayr was a socialist. This was published in November 1941 only after Hitler attacked the Soviet Union. 
But why did Mayr and the German army put Hitler into power in the first place? Bjerknes says Hitler was a Communist, and so were the people pulling the strings in Germany. The whole Nazi Party was false opposition staged by the Jewish bankers to promote war with the USSR, destroy Germany and establish Israel. 
Bjerknes writes, p.19 — “The timing of Mayr’s revelations, which disclosed the fact that Hitler was a mere puppet, but concealed the fact that Hitler was a Communist, is key to understanding Mayr’s intent in exposing Hitler in late 1941. The document was published just as Stalin was about to take the lead in the war and push Germany back, while concurrently transforming all of Eastern Europe into a Communist Bloc. Mayr was aiding the Soviet campaign against Germany–as was Hitler, but only after Hitler had invaded and softened up Eastern Europe to ripen it for Communist conquest and had created the territorial theatre necessary for Stalin’s advances in all the regions he sought to take.” 
“The string that binds the whole story together is the fact that Hitler was a propaganda liaison for the Soldiers’ Councils of the Bavarian Soviet Republics. He was also a rat informing on his comrades. This made him the perfect controlled opposition candidate who was a Communist at heart and misled the anti-Communists to give Lenin and then Stalin exactly what they wanted, WW II.”
(Originally, ” I Was Hitler’s Boss” from  May 31, 2008.) 

By Henry Makow PhD.

The man who became the personification of evil was probably the puppet of a hidden power still in control of the world.
This view is supported by a curious little-known document entitled I was Hitler’s Boss by Captain Karl Mayr published in the New York-based magazine “Current History” (November 1941.)
As Hitler’s boss in the “Instruction Dept.” of the Reichwehr in Munich, Capt. Mayr had “daily contact” with Hitler for 15 mos. (March 1919-June 1920.) Corporal Hitler was charged with propaganda functions and infiltrating labor groups.
Mayr portrays Hitler, left, as a “tired, stray dog looking for a master,” a mere factotum first of General Ludendorff and then of Goering. He was considered dispensable after fulfilling his purpose.
He “tried to enter the postal service as a mail carrier. His services were refused because he was unable to pass the intelligence test. His school education in his Austrian village would have been quite sufficient, but his mental capacity suffered after he was gassed in the war.”
While I believe Captain Mayr, who later opposed Hitler and joined the Social Democrats (he was killed in Buchenwald) wrote this essay, it may be “black propaganda.” Published the month before the US entered the war, and five months after Hitler invaded Russia, it may have been designed to create division between Hitler and his designated successor (Goering) and to anger Hitler by belittling him.
The editor of “Current History” was “Spencer Brodney.” His real name was Leon Brotzky, who was a long-time Communist. “Current History” was published quarterly by the New York Times Company, the organ of the central banking cartel.
Nevertheless, although black propaganda spins the truth, its effectiveness depends on including a considerable amount of fact. Much of what Mayr says is consistent with other sources. I will provide a summary of his revelations and then briefly consider the implications.


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