JFK FILE BOMBSHELLS: Hitler Survived WWII?

Written by @Infidel_Yvonne

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With the recent partial release of the long awaited JFK Files, we have discovered some incredible bombshells, and potentially noteworthy clues into the events surrounding the murder of President John F. Kennedy. 

One of the most astounding documents displays the lengths to which the Central Intelligence Agency was willing to go in order to assassinate Fidel Castro. It has been extensively recorded Kennedy was in disagreement with the CIA’s determination of “taking out” Castro. Evidently, the CIA believed it was their duty to eliminate Castro without Presidential Authorization. The paper entitled “Justification of U.S. Military Intervention for Cuba” included a CIA plot to bomb the city of Miami, Florida in an attempt to blame Cubans and go to war. This document is yet another addition to other false flag attacks (Gulf of Tonkin, Operation Northwoods) masterminded by the U.S. government. 

‘Secret Classification’ Subject: Adolf Hitler

Perhaps the most unsuspected and surprising document of all, however, reveals the newly unclassified report dated October 3, 1955 claiming Adolf Hitler survived WWII and was residing in Columbia. 10 years after his reported death, this document shows great interest by the CIA in investigating whether Hitler was still alive and where he may be located. This document was was then microfilmed on July 26, 1963, only a few months prior to Kennedy’s untimely death. 

The report comes from CIA Informant Cimelody-3 in reference to interactions he experienced with former German SS Trooper, Phillip Citroen. Citroen claimed to have “contacted Hitler about once a month in Columbia on his trip from Maracaibo to that country as an employee of the KNSM (Royal Dutch) Shipping Co. in Maracaibo.”

Citroen claimed to have taken a photograph with Hitler during one of his encounters yet would not show it to Cimelody-3. The CIA informant was, on a later date, able to acquire the photograph which he forwarded to the agency. The image depicts Citroen on the left and what resembles Adolf Hitler on the right. The backside of the photograph reads: “Adolf ShrittelMayor, Tunga, Columbia, 1954.” Citroen stated that in January 1955 Hitler moved from Columbia to Argentina.  

THE JFK DIARY

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This recent discovery in the JFK Files comes after the diary of John F. Kennedy was released to the public earlier this year. The revelations in the Kennedy Diaries could explain the strange connection to the former President and the Nazi dictator. In his diary, he described his fascination with Adolf Hitler. In the summer of 1945, Kennedy traveled through Europe as a Hearst war correspondent. The last portion of his trip included visiting the Fuhrerbunker which was declared to be the location of Hitler’s death some 4 months prior. Kennedy claimed there was “no complete evidence that the body that was found was Hitler’s body. The Russians doubt that he is dead.” 

Within his diary he detailed his intrigue towards Adolf Hitler:

"You can easily understand how that within a few years Hitler will emerge from the hatred that surrounds him now as one of the most significant figures who ever lived," Kennedy wrote. “

He had boundless ambition for his country which rendered him a menace to the peace of the world, but he had a mystery about him in the way he lived” he says. “He had in him the stuff of which legends are made.”

FBI Files 

In recent years, the FBI has also declassified 203 documents showing reports of Hitler’s escape and survival. The first page entitled “Report on Hitler Hideout,” claims 6 Argentine officials assisted in hiding Hitler upon his landing by submarine in Argentina. According to the reports, Hitler faked his own death and escaped with party members. They landed in Argentina about two weeks after the fall of Berlin. Hitler was reported to be hiding out at the foothills of the Southern Andes. The informant stated he would make an official statement after the capture of Hitler for fear of being sent back to Argentina. Before he could give testimony, the informant had disappeared. Throughout the 200+ page release you can see notorious FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover fully invested in the possibility of finding Hitler’s whereabouts. 

The Federal Reserve

Reportedly, during Hitler’s rise to power Nazi Germany was Financed by the Federal Reserve and the Bank of England. These financial ties correlate to the late John Kennedy due to his own relationship with the Federal Reserve. His underreported Executive Order 11110 which would have drained the private Federal Reserve of its power was signed June 4, 1963, a few months before his assassination. Additionally, John F. Kennedy gave speeches where attacked those engaging in “secret oaths” and “secret proceedings.” Is it possible Kennedy wanted to end The Federal Reserve after realizing its overwhelming corruption and global power? 

The connections between Hitler and Kennedy is one that very few have analyzed before. Due to the release of these files, it is important to consider taking a closer examination at the possible implications of our history. With other recent discoveries such as the largest hidden Nazi trove  hidden in South America, is it possible Hitler escaped, living out the rest of his days there? Why would he be allowed to escape? And what does his escape have to do with President Kennedy?

 

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HITLERGATE: JFK Files Show Hitler Lived Until At Least 1955?

This is a developing story, and FULCRUM investigators are still reviewing the relevant documents. Watch this morning's livestream on the startling Hitler documents here.

Still, even as we gather more information, it does appear formerly top secret USG documents - declassified just days ago - indicate Hitler survived the end of WWII and lived for at least another ten years somewhere in South America. Wild if true!

If accurate, a re-write of world history is required.

If accurate, a re-write of world history is required.

Sure does look like him...

Sure does look like him...

JFK FILES

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Written by @Pink_about_it

With the much anticipated release of the JFK files, on October 26th 2017's dump the USG only released about 2,500 files and yet to release more. 

Not very much was contained within the files, but it still had some interesting takeaways. Some, that still spark relevant questions for today's society. 

Takeaway 1: 

Over 40 journalists were undercover CIA aiding in the use of fake news to keep a lid on the investigation. 

Interesting. How many are there today? 

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Takeaway 2: 

Mafia involvement. Statement of the attorney general with concern that mafia involvement would make it harder to prosecute individuals down the road. 

Does this go on even today? How many of the media and politicians are in bed with mafia figures?
 

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Takeaway 3:

More than 1 shooter. In fact, record indicates there were 2, from position bullet entered to hole in the windshield.

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Takeaway 4: 

Lee Harvey Oswald was a former CIA agent. 

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Takeaway 5: 

The USG wanted a story given to make sure public believed Oswald was the shooter. 

Again, undercover CIA agents infiltrated in the media were employed that task.

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Takeaway 6:

Plan for Fidel Castro assassination by botulism pills. 

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Takeaway 7:

CIA involvement of shipping of arms from US to Dominican Republic, to aid in assassination of Gen. Trujillo.

Sounds a lot like some of the things we have seen go on today, like the infamous Iran cash deal. 

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Conclusion:

This is just the small amount of information gleaned from what was released. Until more is analyzed and released I predict no truly huge bombshells until then. 

But if there was that much information and archives for just one shooter and a simple open and shut case for Lee Harvey Oswald, one would surmise that there wouldn't be so much in-depth paperwork OR kept under wraps after all these years. 

What else is hiding in the files?

Time will tell. 

All sources and and files can be found at:
https://www.archives.gov/research/jfk/2017-release?page=3

The Trump Effect (Pink's Opinion)

This was written by Pink. You can follow her on twitter here: http://twitter.com/pink_about_it

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The beginning of how Trump factor changed politics

When 2016 began I have to admit I didn't really give politics a lot of thought. 

Voting was something that was a quick duty, a quickly judged first impression of whoever was running. 

Obama and Bush were my first votes, and a lot of it was swayed by the other impressions people had. 

Back then, Twitter and media wasn't at the height of it's day. It was a subpar platform at best perhaps. 

But the day Trump announced his Run, it changed. 

At first, I didn't know what to make of it. I did scoff, at first. Then I realized he was serious and it began to whip the internet into a frenzy. 

Never before had a reaction been so viral, it charged every conversation with friends and relatives. No one initially believed it would become much more than a publicity stunt. 

Then I watched Trump speak about the veterans and police. I watched him speak of the frustration with the policies and the struggle that people are going through just to be able to fulfill a dream of a small business. I mulled over it.  He spoke bluntly, but with meaning. 

The media attacks deepened the intrigue. How can one man, send the media in such a panic? 

Over the next few months I was more and more convinced he was the right person to fix our country. Obama may have been an excellent orator but Donald Trump meant what he said. His words carried the weight of a feather, miles away. 

How can a business man change such complexities within the United States? How can a business man rebuild trust, when making the economy better was the biggest vote gamble every voter hinges hope in? 

The answer is the Trump factor. 

One man spoke about HOPE, but without the hollowness of a seasoned orator. One man dared to give up a comfortable life to change things he didn't agree with. That in itself spoke a lot to me. 

November 8th, 2016 began a journey of a thousand miles.

The day of inauguration was a beautiful day. Melania’s blue coat. A serene and solemn atmosphere. But oh,  that was just the beginning of so much more. 

Shortly after policies began running effect, about six months, the Media attacked relentlessly but Trump rolled up sleeves and worked. For someone who donated his salary, he worked. Relentlessly. The illegal border crossings fall. Food stamp usage fell. Stock market record closings. Patriotism making it's way back mainstream. I felt optimistic, despite the fake news and it's constant stream of attacks. For the first time in my entire adult life I felt optimistic about the economy. For someone who graduated at the height of the Bush economy with gas at $6 a gallon and high unemployment, we are finally recovering. 

It's always the things unspoken in media given it's bias but-- it's effect is a ripple in the pond. 

That.  

That is the Trump effect.

A man who gave up a lifestyle to sacrifice making America great again. 

Our journey has only begun…