American-Based Companies Ready for Hitler II and World War III?

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 18:41 PM
February 6, 2012

As the world contemplates possible war in the oil-rich Middle East , and then spreading to the rest of the nuclear-powered world, a bit of World War II history, and that war’s connection to U.S. corporate profits, is necessary.

Some U.S. firms used slave labor in their factories in Nazi Germany. A fund was set up to pay reparations to some victims. According to a New York Times article in 2000, “At least 50 American companies operated factories in Germany during the years that the Nazis were in power, beginning in 1933. American companies continued doing business in Germany after war broke out in 1939. Some remained there until late 1941, when the United States entered the war.”

In its post of September 11, 2008, titled “11 Companies That Surprisingly Collaborated With the Nazis,11points.com gives a cogent summary of a few of these companies, including: Kodak, Hugo Boss, Volkswagen, Bayer, Siemens, Coca-Cola (i.e. Fanta), Ford, Standard Oil (i.e. Exxon, Mobil, Chevron and BP), Chase Bank, IBM, and Random House Publishing.

In an article starting with Allianz Insurance’s attempt for public relations in the U.S., that blog points out that the first step some companies started before using Jews for slave labor, they obeyed Hitler’s economic team by firing all Jews in their employ. When they built the gas chambers for German’s holocaust, Siemens used Jewish slave labor. Some founders of American companies, such as Hugh Boss, even joined Hitler’s Nazi party. And a well-known anti-Semite, Henry Ford, who built tanks and cars for Germany, was given a Nazi medal in 1938.

While they froze accounts belonging to European Jews, Chase Bank provided banking services for Germany. Standard Oil supplied all the gas for Germany’s bomber planes. And Random House published a pro-Hitler book titled “Sterilization and Euthanasia: A Contribution to Applied Christian Ethics.” (Note the manipulated language; there is nothing Christian about euthanasia.)

Books on antiChrist aptly point out that this chief evil fallen angel: 1) Hates Christians and Jews; 2) Continuously promotes enslaving human beings; 3) Influences strife, enmity and war as often as possible; 4) Lies, distorts and twists every thought and word as he is completely void of truth and righteousness; 5) Transforms himself into a good and helpful angel; and above all 6) Loves money, covets wealth and steals as much as possible for himself and his followers.

These traits persist across international lines as evil knows no bounds, gets glee only in death, failure and tragedy, and constantly recruits evilly-disposed people to carry out its satanically inspired will. This is why the Bible instructs Christians not to put trust in people, or even national leaders (Isaiah 2: 22). A Christian’s trust is to be in God, His Son and His Spirit alone (Proverbs 3: 5 – 6).

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