Switzerland Doesn’t Want That Can of German Worms Opened Either!

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 19:27 PM
November 21, 2013

Hitler-art-showing    When viewing the billions in fine arts stolen by the Nazis during WWII, one cannot avoid the relationship between Germany and Switzerland.  In fact, as Donald Waters’ book explains, Switzerland was one of ‘Hitler’s Secret Allies.’

Jonathan Petropoulos’ also detailed that relationship in his article, ‘Co-Opting Nazi Germany: Neutrality in Europe During World War II,’ exposing the heavy involvement that four so-called neutral nations had with Nazi Germany:

“It is time for Switzerland, Sweden, Portugal and Spain to acknowledge that there were no truly neutral countries on the . . . continent during World War II . . . to acknowledge that they were part of the Nazis’ New Order and that they bear some responsibility for the tragic history of the Thirties and Forties.”

“The Swiss bolstered the Nazi regime in many ways, ways that can be summarized by the following categories: border policies, opportunities for trade, and financial transactions.”  Specifically, “The Germans traded their coal for Swiss steel (among other products); Swiss armament producers, such as Oerlikon (known for multi-barrel antiaircraft guns), also sent their wares northward.”

Also, as Lance Morrow explains in his Time magazine article, ‘The Justice of the Calculator,’ Swiss railway officials wholeheartedly worked with Nazis to transport items through Switzerland to Italy and further abroad.

Petropoulos details how Switzerland specifically cooperated with Hitler to get stolen Nazi art out of Germany.  “The Lucerne art dealer Theodor Fischer, for example, who held two auctions [in 1939] of modern art purged from German state museums, corresponded directly with Martin Bormann in the party Chancellery, Joseph Goebbels in the Propaganda Ministry, and Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop, among other important individuals.”

Fischer also dealt directly with German art dealers who served Nazis. Usually there were no taxes on art sales.  Additionally, stacks of art works were stored in Swiss banks.  In ‘Consolidated Interrogation Report No. 2: The Goering Collection,’ Theodore Rousseau explains that Swiss bankers colluded with Nazis to smuggle and store the art by transferring works of art through diplomatic pouches.

Moreover, Johanna McGeary reveals in ‘Echoes of The Holocaust:’  “A Nazi official responsible for foreign exchanges estimated after the war that German assets worth 15 billion Reichsmarks entered Switzerland,” which can translate into the trillions of dollars, and which includes other valuables such as gold bullion.

Thus, it comes as no surprise that ‘art thief inheritor’ Cornelius Gurlitt was caught on a train ride back from Switzerland Nazi-Looted-Artwhere he had just sold a ‘priceless’ work of art that his father ‘stole’ from Nazis, who confiscated them from Holocaust victims.  Gurlitt well knows that the WWII path his father and fellow Nazis used to get stolen wealth from Germany to Switzerland is still very much active and alive.

In His efforts to warn mankind against starting World War III, God will no doubt reveal even more hidden trillions of Nazi wealth strewn around Europe, parts of Latin America, and in the coffers of companies traded on the U.S. Stock Exchange.  As He promises in His Christian nonfiction book list:

“. . . This is the curse that goeth forth over the face of the whole earth: for every one that stealeth shall be cut off as on this side according to it; and every one that sweareth shall be cut off as on that side according to it (Zechariah 5: 3).”

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