By Theodore Shoebat & Walid Shoebat
When the seven daughters of Jethro came to the well to give water to their flocks, evil shepherds came and abused them, stopping them from watering their cattle. The casual reader of this story thinks that God was simply giving an account of the story of Moses and his first encounter with Jethro’s daughters. However, there is much prophetic instruction regarding good shepherds and bad shepherds. Moses came, fleeing from the anger of the Pharaoh, and seeing what these women were suffering, he defended them, repulsing the tyrannical shepherds away. As the Scripture recounts:
Now the priest of Midian had seven daughters. And they came and drew water, and they filled the troughs to water their father’s flock. Then the shepherds came and drove them away; but Moses stood up and helped them, and watered their flock.
When they came to Reuel their father, he said, “How is it that you have come so soon today?”
And they said, “An Egyptian delivered us from the hand of the shepherds, and he also drew enough water for us and watered the flock. (Exodus 2:16-19)
The scripture reveals a parallel. Jethro is a gentile priest, and he is not strong enough to resist the bad shepherds, but Moses appears and rescues his daughters. There are seven women, just as they were seven churches in Asia Minor. Thus, the seven women represent the Church. There are evil and tyrannical shepherds, which are representative of tyrannical political leaders. When we think of the term shepherd in the figurative sense, we tend to think of it only in terms of a spiritual leader. But shepherd can as well mean a political leader. Hence why God tells David, “You shall shepherd My people Israel, and be ruler over My people Israel.” (1 Chronicles 11:12)
The story, as simple as it appears, is an image of what is to come: Evil political leaders will prevent the sheep from taking in the waters of Christianity, that is they will persecute a weak Church, just as the shepherds persecuted the seven daughters of a feeble Jethro. The fulfillment of Moses — Jesus Christ — will crush the tyrants.
But who will these evil shepherds be? Let us look into what is happening now, in the military industrial complexes of the nations that destroyed the Eastern and Western haves of the Roman Empire: that of the Turks and that of the Germanians. When the Ottomans destroyed the Eastern half of the Roman Empire in Constantinople in 1453, it was German engineers who built the biggest cannon in the world for the Turks who then used it to destroy the city’s walls. This story does not end in history, but is already reoccurring as we shall reveal.
This was the evils of the technocracy of that time, with Germanic technocrats assisting their Turkish allies. So today, we are seeing the same evil happening, with the same spirit possessing the souls of these two nations.
This is an article on Turkey and its Western European allies, and their conspiring to bring humanity into another great contagion of war and genocide.
We are currently witnessing, in its embryonic stage, the Turkish and European coalition to advance the axis of evil.
DEFENSE CONFERENCES, FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS AND THE SCHEME FOR WAR
Germany just had its Munich Security Conference, in which its chairman, Wolfgang Ischinger, affirmed:
“The time of hot air in the European debate on defense is coming to an end”
In conducting this meeting, the Munich Security Conference worked with the extremely influential McKinsey & Company, a multi-billion dollar American management consulting firm. McKinsey & Company’s involvement with German defense is very interesting, given the fact that its alumni consists of people who would become CEOs of Google, American Express, Boeing, IBM, Westinghouse Electric, Sears, AT&T, PepsiCo, and Enron, signifying the immense cooperation between powerful industries and militarism.
What is also interesting is the involvement of McKinsey & Company with Turkey. In 2014 McKinsey produced a report in which the financial consultant praised Turkey’s ability to produce military technology in its own country independently:
“While imports of defense materiel will continue to be important for complex products, the longer term goal is that the supply of equipment, parts and services will come from indigenous sources. One success story to consider is Turkey’s development of an indigenous defense industry. … More than half of Turkey’s defense equipment today is provided by local suppliers, and the country has built an export industry supplying several countries with globally competitive products.”
What is considered to be the most important economy conference in Turkey is the Uludag Economy Summit, in the Uludağ Grand Yazıcı Hotel, where dozens of major industrialists from all throughout Turkey, and other parts of the world, gather together to discuss advancing Turkey’s technocracy. In March of 2017, the Uludag Economy Summit conducted its annual conference. Some prestigious politicians were present, including Ahmet Arslan, the same official who was in the meeting in November where Turkey made an agreement with SpaceX and Airbus. Also present in the Summit was Murat Çetinkaya, the governor of the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey. Truly, this meeting had in it the elite of Turkey.
Another elite that was in the Summit was Jacques Bughin, the CEO of McKinsey Global Institute, the very entity that is helping Germany advance its military. Also present in the Summit was Bora Koçak, President of Automotive Group of Anadolu Group, and Cem Kozlu, who is a Member of the Board of Anadolu Group. Anadolu (Anadolu Isuzu) is an automobile manufacturing company in Istanbul, and one of the five companies that will be in charge of creating Turkey’s original automobile. And if we read about the Holocaust — where companies like BMW and Volkswagen ran death camps — then we know that its not far fetched to say that automobile industries can have interests in slavery and genocide.
These corporations are not interested in just making a car, that is something for the masses to indulge in to be distracted with; these industries are, ultimately, for military technology. Another major Turkish company that is involved in the making of the Turkish automobile is BMC Turkey, one of the biggest commercial vehicle manufacturers in Turkey. On the company’s official website it reads:
“Thanks to its advanced technology and vast experience in the defence industry, BMC primarily aims at compensating for the demands of the Turkish Armed Forces together with the armies all around the world. … Thanks to its Research and Development Center, BMC is capable of not only performing the mass production of a new product but also implementing independent studies within its own structure to meet all the requirements and expectations in the defence industry.”
In August of this year, the Turkish government made a $350 million contract with BMC to produce and sell a total of 529 tactical wheeled armored vehicles. BMC is owned by Turkish businessman Ethem Sancak, who also sits on the executive committee of Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP). Sancak is a fanatic for Erdogan, declaring in 2015: “I say to Erdogan: ‘May my mother, father, wife and children be sacrificed for you’”.
Sancak also has homoerotic fantasies about being Erdogan’s ‘lover boy,’ as he himself wrote:
On May 15, the Turkish media were rocked by the words of the media mogul Ethem Sancak, who bluntly declared his love for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a TV interview. Sancak said, “While working on his campaign to get him elected prime minister, from my hometown Siirt, I met him. I saw his honesty and courage. I saw his opposition to oppression, his ability to protect the victim. The more I saw him, I feel in love [with him]. To be honest, during my days as a leftist, I could not understand the love between Mevlana [Jelaluddin Rumi, the poet] and [his companion and spiritual guide] Shams al-Tabrizi. As I got to know Erdogan, I realized that such a kind of divine love between two men is possible. When I [first] declared my love to him, I was already among the top 20 on the Forbes’ list. I did not need to wait for any favors by holding on to Erdogan’s coattails.”
Another entity that is involved in pushing for Turkish militarism is Defense Turkey, a think-tank magazine that focuses on increasing and boosting the capacity of the Turkish Armed Forces. According to its own website, Defense Turkey is “a bilateral information platform to the Turkish military and defence officials, Turkish decision makers, procurement executives and Turkish defence industry members on the developments of international defence industries, capabilities and technologies.”
In November of 2017, Defense Turkey organized the 3rd International Cyber Warfare & Security Conference which was hosted by SSM (Turkish Undersecretariat for Defence Industries) supported by TÜBİTAK (the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey), the eugenist scientific establishment that conducts experiments on human embryos, and which works with European eugenists (as we have shown in our last piece on European and Turkish eugenics). The defense conference was also supported by SaSad or the Defence Industry Manufacturers Association, the major umbrella organization for many of the biggest defense companies in Turkey.
One of the speakers at the conference was İzzet Gökhan Özbilgin, the general manager for the major Turkish defense company, Havelsan. What is very interesting is that Havelsan’s sole major foreign subcontractor is the German defense company, Rheinmetall, the biggest military company in Germany. As we read in a 2012 report from Rheinmetall:
“The Turkish Undersecretariat Defence Ministry (SSM) has contracted with Havelsan, the Turkish military software and systems company, and Rheinmetall Defence of Germany, to supply the Turkish Navy with a submarine diving simulator (SDS) for its PREVEZE and GÜR 209-class submarines. Havelsan teamed with Rheinmetall on account of the Düsseldorf, Germany-based Group’s extensive experience in conventional submarine control simulation (SCS) technology.
This in turn prompted SSM to select the partners to supply the Turkish Navy with a state-of-the-art submarine diving simulator. Following a three-year selection process, SSM officially awarded the contract on 3 October 2012. As Havelsan’s sole major foreign subcontractor, Rheinmetall’s Simulation and Training business unit brings to the project special technological expertise and experience in simulation for 209-class submarines.”
Rheinmetall is strong partners with the Turkish automobile company, BMC, according to the German newspaper, Zeit. The CEO of Rheinmetall, Armin Papperger, said in an interviewer that while Rheinmetall is delivering military products to Turkey, it plans on building military technology in Turkey:
“Entrepreneurs are not politicians, the Turkish government wants us not only to deliver to Turkey, but also to produce something in Turkey … We started planning over two years ago, but we’re not producing anything there yet, it’s about two areas, vehicle systems and ammunition.”
German journalist, Hauke Friederichs, wrote in a 2017 article that Rheinmetall plans on making tanks for the Turkish military:
Germany’s largest defense company Rheinmetall plans to convert its main battle tank – and build it – through a joint venture with partners in Turkey. … German arms exports to Turkey have a long tradition. For decades, cooperation between the two countries has been close to armaments issues. In 2015, the federal government approved exports worth almost 39 million euros. In the first half of 2016, the country belonged to the ten largest recipients of German weapons and armaments. In the past, Turkey alone has procured 354 Leopard 2 battle tanks of the type A4 in Germany. The state also has its predecessor model. These were frigates, assault rifles and other small arms, new submarines have been ordered.”
In October of 2017, the Daily Sabah published a report that revealed that “In August, German Magazine Stern revealed that Rheinmetall and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met in 2015 in Istanbul to plan the production of tanks in Turkey. Stern said Rheinmetall’s plan, first exposed by a journalistic consortium last March, foresaw a joint venture in Turkey to produce 1,000 tanks.” Just as Mehmet devised with German and Hungarian engineers for the creation of the biggest cannon at his time to destroy Constantinople, so Erdogan and his Germanic allies are working to create the modern day cannon — the tank — for their own expansionist agenda.
In November of 2016, Turkey had its 3rd International Defense Industry New Investments and Innovation Conference, an event supported by SaSad, and other defense groups like the Defense Aviation and Space Cluster Association (Saha), alongside Teknopark Istanbul, one of the biggest military technology centers in Turkey.
Whats interesting is how one the main collaborators with Teknopark is Berlin Adlershof, Germany’s leading science and technology center, basically the German Silicon Valley. In December of 2017, the Bundeswehr (German Defense Forces) moved its information and technology center (BWI Systems GmbH) to the Europa Center in Berlin Adlershof. All of this just shows how involved these tech centers are with militarism, and also how deep the collaboration is between Turkey’s military industrial complex and Germany’s militarists.
Going back to the 2016 defense technology conference in Turkey, one of the companies invited to the event was Aselsan, a major military technology company in Turkey, with its vice-president Mustafa Kaval being one of its speakers. Aselsan works with Germany’s biggest defense company, Rheinmetall, which manufactures the cannons for Aselsan’s CLAW remote controlled 25 mm gun system. As we read in one report from Aselsan:
“CLAW is a remote controlled gun system that can be adapted to a wide range of wheeled or tracked vehicles, developed jointly with FNSS [Turkish defense company].
The primary armament of the CLAW is KBA 25mm dual-feed automatic cannon manufactured by Rheinmetall Italia.”
But the conversion of plowshares into swords doesn’t stop here. Another interesting fact about this defense conference in Turkey is that it was sponsored by the major German technology company, ThyssenKrupp, which is an amalgam between two companies, Thyssen and Krupp, with the former’s founder, Fritz Thyssen, being one of the industrialists who convinced Paul von Hindenburg to appoint Hitler as chancellor of Germany (but he, supposedly, later regretted it). The latter, Krupp, has a huge history of manufacturing technology for German militarism. And if one thinks that slavery is a thing of the past, it was only decades ago that companies like Krupp were running slave labor camps.
As we read in one report on Krupp:
“ThyssenKrupp is an amalgamation of two German manufacturers founded in the 19th Century. Krupp, the more famous of the two companies, built its first steel cannon in 1847, but rose to international prominence when its Kruppstahl out dueled France’s bronze artillery in the Franco-Prussian War. During World War I, Krupp built 84 U-boats and designed the famous Big Bertha howitzer that destroyed the Belgian forts in Liege and Antwerp. The Krupps were the main suppliers of Adolf Hitler’s rearmament project in the 1930s. After the war, the company’s president, Alfried Krupp, was sentenced during the Nuremburg trials to 12 years in prison for using slave laborers, in particular for building a factory near Auschwitz and leasing Jewish prisoners at four Deutsche marks a day.”
If this industry has such a long history in advancing German militarism and genocide, what do you think are their motives behind helping Turkey’s militarism? They may not say that they want genocide, the reality is that their end goal is money. But with such a goal, the means by which such people would meet that end, could be anything, even mountains of bodies.
THE MUNICH SECURITY CONFERENCE, MCKINSEY & COMPANY AND THE COMING CHAOS
The coming armageddon has detail that, although not everything is revealed, presages its manifestation. And we can find these details in the tech conferences being conducted by corporations, think tanks and financial consultants. Both the Munich Security Conference and the major financial consultant, McKinsey & Company, produced a document in 2017 called, More European, More Connected, More Capable: Building the European Armed Forces of the Future. In this report, interestingly enough, World War Two is brought up, in the sense that Germany, as it says, is going to have to arm itself more now than ever since that great and bloody conflict:
“The picture has changed dramatically. In just the last five years, threats have multiplied and shifted, and Europe as a whole is now arguably being called upon to do more for its own security than at any point since World War II.”
The report also quotes Merkel, who was present in the Munich Security Conference, when she said that Europe can no longer rely on America (after Trump’s comments that Germany should pay its fair share) and must direct its own “destiny” in military developments:
“The era in which we could fully rely on others is over to some extent. […] We Europeans truly have to take our fate into our own hands.”
McKinsey Deutschland, the firm’s German branch, was the organizer of the conference. In fact, it was the McKinsey firm that was instrumental behind the creation of the Munich Security Conference. As the conference’s website states: “In 2013, the MSC, together with its knowledge partner McKinsey & Company, launched the European Defence Series.” In other words, an international financial consultant is helping to build up the German military.
McKinsey Deutschland is working to make Germany one of the centers of the world for research on and production of artificial intelligence (AI). There is a report in McKinsey Deutschland’s website entitled, Artificial intelligence is becoming a growth engine for German industry, which states:
“Artificial Intelligence (AI) can become a growth engine for German industry: by 2030, Germany’s gross domestic product could be up to 4 percent, or about € 160 billion, higher than it would have been had it not been for the early and consistent use of intelligent robots and self-learning computers from AI.”
So if Erdogan is promising that the revived Ottoman Empire’s destiny will spark by 2023, Germany is already planning on full scale production of artificial intelligence, much of which will be for military purposes, by 2030, seven years later.
McKinsey Deutschland is very close to Germany’s military industrial complex. It is not coincidental that in 2014, Germany’s Defense Minister, Ursula van der Leyen, appointed as State Secretary Katrin Suder, who was then the head of McKinsey Deutschland’s Berlin office. In 2014, right after the Russians invaded Crimea, this same Suder commissioned the German defense ministry to write up a report entitled, “Strategic forecast 2040,” in which was written a number of future scenarios that could take place in the 2040s.
The document “depicts a crumbling EU and a former leading power, the USA, trying in vain to stem an erosion of the world order. … There are signs of the economic downfall and a backsliding of world politics. ‘A “cycle of retreat” develops,’ which ‘lets worldwide crises escalate.'” In other words, the report describes a world conflagration, a world war.
A multi-billion dollar international management firm, McKinsey, is actively working to advance German militarism, and one of its head managers, Katrin Suder, has a top position in the German government, commissioning reports on the next world mayhem.
All of this reflects the interconnection between the financial elites, industry and militarism. And it is also quite interesting that a major leader of the German defense ministry also works with McKinsey. Gundbert Scherf, from 2014 to 2016, was a leader in the German defense ministry — where he worked as a director of “Armaments strategy, defense industrial policy, and cyber security” — and is now currently a consultant at McKinsey & Company. This further shows the collaboration between Germanic militarism and major financial firms and consultants.
A 2015 German report states that “McKinsey admits that they want to continue to work for the government and is currently seeking a new advisory mission in the field of the Bundeswehr [German Defense Forces].”
Its quite telling that a management firm extremely interested in German defense, is also very interested in German AI. The two are not disconnected, and that McKinsey Deutschland is interested in both, German militarism and German AI, is not a coincidence, since militaries in all the most powerful of nations are working on creating killer robots.
As we showed in our last article on Germany’s most prestigious scientific establishment, the Max Planck Institute, the German government has been working on the production of these killer robots. The Max Planck Institute is working with a South Korean scientist, named Kyu-Jin Cho whose report, published on the institute’s website, states that “soft robotic technologies will be helpful for robots that need to perform in rough or uncertain environments with a limited size, such as military robots and biomedical robots.”
Engineering on these military robots, and the overall increase in military might, is being described as a work for ‘European defense.’ Lets remember, that when “Europe” is mentioned by these elites, that Germany — the most powerful of the European countries — is at the center of their ideological aims. Of course, Germany wants the help of the militaries of other European nations, in a pan-European militarist force. As German Defense Minister Ursula van der Leyen has said, “ If we Europeans want to remain a credible actor in security policy, we must plan and act together.”
The idea of a pan-European military and technocratic union, is not new, and is actually something that the Nazis aspired to establish. Joseph Goebbels once said in 1940:
“The people of Europe understand increasingly that the great issues dividing us, when compared with those which will emerge and will be resolved between continents, are nothing but trivial feuds … I am convinced that in fifty years Europeans will not be thinking in terms of separate countries.” (See Yanis Varoufakis, And the Weak Must Suffer What They Must?, ch. 7, p. 202)
The fragmentation that is beginning to happen in the EU is something that the European elites desire. In fact, Giscard d’Estaing, the one who brought Greece into the European Union in 1981, demanded that Greece be severed from the euro zone in 2015. “Greece must be put on hold from the euro,” said Giscard, because, as he argued, Greek voters “abandoned economic union, and therefore indirectly monetary union.” German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble also wanted Greece to leave the euro zone in 2015, stating:
“We haven’t said we are going to force that on anyone, we couldn’t we don’t want to, no one has suggested that … but perhaps that would be the better way. And that’s something increasing numbers of people are saying in Greece.”
A politician always say, ‘This is not what I am saying, but it is what I am saying.’
Germany wants some fragmentation to occur in Europe, so as to transform the continent into something that suits more to its militarist endeavors. Look at what happened right after Brexit: Germany began preparing for its EU military force, something that it could not have done without Britain — the biggest opponent to the EU army — voting to leave. So the elites and technocrats want the fragmentation, because then the Germans would be able to reshape the union into something far more sinister: another reich.
THE TURKISH-GERMAN TECHNOCRACY, AND BRINGING IN ANOTHER GENOCIDE
As we wrote weeks ago, Turkey is currently working with European technological institutions to advance its own military industrial complex, with Elon Musk’s SpaceX company, and Airbus, working with Turkish industrialists to launch several Turkish satellites, the Turksat 5a and the Turksat 5b.
One of the technocrats involved is Vecdi Gönül, the chairman of TÜRKSAT (Türksat Satellite Communications and Cable TV Operations Company). Gonul was one of the signers of the recent agreement between Turkey, Airbus and SpaceX to launch the satellites, TÜRKSAT 5a and 5b.
His involvement in this enterprise is more than just a simple agreement, but is really a part of a major plan between Turkish and European technocrats, neo-Ottomanists and eugenists, to usher in a pan-European and pan-Turkish alliance, one that will bring genocide and imperialism. This meeting — while appearing as just a simple business juncture — is a reflection of this plan that reflects the scheming between technocrats, industrialists and political elites.
Gonul signed an agreement on behalf of Turkey, with Airbus and SpaceX, and one cannot ignore the political ideology behind this. Gonul is not merely someone who wants to help Turkey’s industry, but is a neo-Ottomanist who was a member of parliament representing the Islamist Virtue Party (FP) in the 1990s, who then joined the Turkish Islamic nationalist party, Justice and Development Party (AKP) in 2011, after the Islamist Virtue Party was shut down.
Gonul was the Minister of National Defence under the government of Abdullah Gul, and continued in this position when Recep Tayyip Erdoğan became prime minister in 2003. He further served as National Defence Minister in 2015, after Ahmet Davutoğlu appointed him to this position. Now, what interest would such a person like Gonul have in working with big corporations and technocrats to advance Turkish technology?
Going beyond all of the nice reasons that they may bring up, the end goal is imperialism, war, and ultimately genocide. This is further brought to light by the fact that in 2008, in the Turkish embassy in Brussels, during a celebration for the anniversary of Kamal Ataturk’s death, Vecdi Gönül did not simply deny the Armenian Genocide — as most Turks do — but in fact praised the genocide of the Armenians and Greeks, affirming that their extermination led to the creation of the religious, and racially, homogenous Turkish nation-state:
“If the existence of the Greek Rum in the Aegean region and of the Armenians in many regions of Turkey had continued as before, would it have been possible to maintain the same [Turkish] national state today? I do not know how to explain to you the significance of the population exchange undertaken with Greece, but its significance would become evident if one analyzes the former population balances. … The principles at the advent of the Turkish republic were extremely significant in turning Turkey into a modern, civilized, and enlightened country.” (See Gocek, Denial of Violence, pp. 473-474, ellipses mine)
In other words, Turkey is now an “enlightened country” because it exterminated Christian Armenians and Greeks. Notice that Gönül said this for an event commemorating Kamal Ataturk, the founder of the Turkish Republic, and an atheist, nationalist and eugenist who led the Muslims of Turkey in the slaughtering of their British and Greek enemies, and who praised the extermination of the Greek Christians of Smyrna. There was a racial and nationalist motivation behind the slaughter of the Smyrnans, for after the bloodbath, Ataturk declared:
“It is a sign that Turkey is purged of the traitors, the Christians, and the foreigners, and that Turkey is for the Turks.” (See Schmidt, The Great Divide, ch. 9, p. 214)
Observe his words: “Turkey is for the Turks.” This type of language is becoming, eerily, more and more frequent. Slogans like, “Germany for the Germans,” are being stated more and more boastfully, and such nationalism, taken to its most fundamental application, signifies the purging of other races for the establishment of a racially homogenous country.
Such genocidal mentalities are beginning to raise their heads, and become more emboldened. The spirit of Ataturk and Islamic Turkish nationalism is reviving, and with people like Vecdi Gönül working with European technocrats in advancing Turkish industry, demonic forces are indeed rising to bring about another wave of murderous tyranny through efficient killing technology.
TURKEY, BOSCH & SIEMENS, GLADIO, AND THE CONSPIRACY FOR GENOCIDE
Faruk Özlü was another Turkish official involved in the signing between Turkey and Silicon Valley’s SpaceX. He is the Minister of Science, Industry and Technology, and in 2016 Ozlu took part in the Industry 4.0 with Digital Evolution – Informatics Summit 2016 in Istanbul. In this conference, Ozlu described the effort to make Turkey more and more technologically advanced:
“Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology exerts lots of effort to make Turkey become a science-centered, technology-based and industrially advanced country.”
By this, Ozlu means a militarily advanced Turkey. The more one reads the words of these Turkish technocrats, the more one is eerily reminded of the Young Turks, those Turkish elitists and nationalists in the early 20th century who put science at the center of their ideology, and in doing so, exterminated the Armenians for an Islamic and Social Darwinist cause.
But this conference in Turkey was not without its European industrialists, the descendants of the ones who built the super cannon for the Ottoman Empire. Also present was Mario Pieper, Chief Digital Officer at BSH Bosch and Siemens Home Appliances Group. Bosch and Siemens is the largest manufacturer of home appliances in all of Europe, and one of the most major companies of this sort in the world. And do not think that Bosch and Siemens is just interested in making toilets or washing machines; such industries always have a militarist interest.
It is not coincidental that BSH Bosch and Siemens Home Appliances Group has their headquarters right next to the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich (Universität der Bundeswehr München), which is one of the two universities for the German armed forces (Bundeswehr). Both the Bundeswehr and the Bosch and Siemens company partner in research. According to the SAGE Encyclopedia of War:
“The University der Bundeswehr München is located in Neubiberg in the city of Munich. A large part of the University der Bundeswehr Munchen campus in the former Air Force Officer School, which includes a military airport. Today, the old runways are used for scientific testing of vehicles.
Various multinational corporations such as Siemens, Bosch, EADS (umbrella company that owns Airbus [the very company that just made a contract with Turkey] and Eurocopter), and Infineon Technologies have headquarters or industrial facilities that directly neighbor the university campus. It is not unusual in Germany to have partnerships or agreements between universities and companies. In fact, in the case of the Universitat der Bundeswehr Munchen, this close proximity facilitates research cooperation and research clusters.” (Brackets mine)
Siemens was heavily involved in NATO’s Gladio, an operation in which neo-Nazis and other nationalists were recruited by the CIA and numerous European secret service agencies, in order to create paramilitaries to supposedly fight the Soviet Union.
But it wasn’t just this. It was during and under the Gladio operation that the US armed Turkey and made it the second most armed country in NATO, supposedly to fight the Soviet Union. Thus, Siemens’ involvement with Turkey, German militarism and pro-Nazi NATO conspiracy, are all signs of a nefarious and dangerous company.
In the 1950s, NATO created the ACC, or the Allied Clandestine Committee, to — according to a Belgium report — coordinate paramilitary and military groups (called “stay-behinds”) in “Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Holland, Norway, United Kingdom and the United States”.
In order to make communication between these networks more efficient, the ACC made a contract with AEG Telefunken to develop the Harpoon radio transmitter, for a total of 130 million German Marks. With the Harpoon radio transmitters, stay-behind teams were able to send and receive encrypted radio messages over a distance of 6,000 kilometers. According to the Belgian Gladio agent, Michel van Ussel: “The only material element which all stay behind members of the ACC shared is the famous Harpoon radio transmitter …. this system was regularly used for the transmission of messages between the radio bases and the agents (above all during radio exercises), but was above all destined to play a central role for the transmission of intelligence in case of occupation.” (Ganser, NATO’s Secret Armies, ch. 2, pp. 30-31)
The Harpoon radio transmitters were created by AEG Telefunken, a joint venture of Siemens & Halske, which would simply merge with Siemens AG. What makes this even more interesting is that Siemens, while it made radio transmitters for neo-Nazi networks working for NATO, it has been making radios for the German military.
According to one 2006 German report, “technology companies Siemens and IBM have received from the Bundeswehr a multi-billion dollar contract for the modernization of communications equipment of the armed forces. The ten-year contract has a volume of 7.1 billion euros, said the companies and the Ministry of Defense on Thursday. The Budget Committee of the Bundestag had approved the contracts between the Bundeswehr and the companies a good two weeks ago.”
On top of developing radio transmitters for neo-Nazi stay-behinds under Operation Gladio, and building communication technology for the current German military, Siemens was a major backer for the Third Reich technocracy, enslaving hundreds of thousands of people in their slave labor camps, including one in Ravensbruk where many Polish women were experimented on. As one article on Siemens details:
Siemens was a leading corporate participant in Hitler’s “death through work program;” with slave labor factories at the following death camps: Auschwitz, Buchenwald, Flossenberg, Gross Rosen, Mauthausen, Neuengamme, Ravensbruck, & Sachsenhausen.
In late 1944, at the height of World War II, Siemens’ total workforce of 244,000 included 50,000 people who had been put to work against their will. The overall number of people who served as forced labor at Siemens during the war years was even higher.
The major private firm that used slave labor at Ravensbrück was the Siemens Electric Company, today the second largest electric company in the world. In a separate camp adjoining the main one, Siemens “employed” the women to make electrical components for V-1 and V-2 rockets. The women usually worked for twelve hours a day, under conditions of extreme exploitation. Women also worked at some of the most difficult tasks, including construction. They were used like animals, with twelve to fourteen of them pulling a huge roller to pave the streets.
In addition to the profitable business of working people to death at Nazi concentration camps, Siemens did quite well in the so-called “Aryanization Program,” which was essentially the expropriation of Jewish businesses for resale at bargain basement prices to approved German companies
Siemens general director during the Holocaust, Rudolf Bingel, was one of the senior German business leaders active in the notorious Himmlerkreis, the Circle of Friends of Reichsfuhrer SS Heinrich Himmler. The companies represented in Himmler’s circle became pacesetters in Aryanization, exploitation of concentration camp labor, seizure of foreign companies in the occupied territories, and similar business ventures that depended on SS cooperation.
If Siemens was a major backer of the Nazis and deep within the inner circles of the Third Reich, and if Siemens helped Nazis after World War Two, what do you think their agenda is in helping the current day German military, and in collaborating with Turkey? What would Siemens do if another reich arose? And if God Himself said that the leopard does not change its spots, and the Germanians built the super cannon for the Ottomans, the answer is obvious: genocide.
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