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Who are the top 24 German industrialists and bankers who fully supported Hitler in his criminal adventure. And why?

Posted on: March 29, 2018

Who are the top 24 German industrialists and bankers who fully supported Hitler in his criminal adventure.

From “L’Ordre du Jour” of Vuillard

This book recounts several events of European leaders and diplomats who met with Hitler before Germany went on occupying countries and starting WWII

One of them leaders is the already senile aristocrat Lord Halifax, England foreign minister who met with Hitler in 1937 and thought he was a servant waiting on his car door to take his coat.  He wrote in his memoirs “Plenitude des Jours”: “Le racism et le nationalism sont des forces puissantes, mais je ne les considerent ni contre nature ni immorales”

On Feb.20, 1933, 24 top German industrialists and bankers met in the Reichstag with Herman Goering. Hitler entered and delivered a 30-minutes speech asking them to contribute for the NAZI election campaign on March 5. They all

dipped in their deep pockets and amassed millions of Marks. And what was the consequences to their businesses?
The current German multinational empires are alive and kicking after they totally enjoyed very cheap labor force from the neighboring concentration camps in WWII, explicitly located near the industries, about 5 km away. The detainees walked at 4: 30 am, accompanied by SS soldiers and trained dogs to work. They died within a year from famine, exhaustion and malnutrition
Can you recognize these German empires? Krupp, Bayer, BMW, Daimler, IG Farben, Opel, Agfa, Shell, Schneider, Telefunken, Siemens, Struthof…
Do you know any of these family names? German famous industrialists and bankers who supported Hitler wholeheartedly: Krupp, Vogler, Quandt, Flick, Tengelmann, Springorum, Rosterg, Brandi, Buren, Heubel, von Schnitzler, Stinnes, Schulte, von Winterfeld, von Witzle ben, Reuter, Diehn, Fickler, von Loewenstein, Grauert, Schmitt, von Finck, Dr. Stein
Can you name a few of the concentration camps in Germany of WWII? Mauthausen, Dachau, Papenburg, Sachsenhausen, Natzweiller, Buchenwald, Schirmeck, Dora-Mittlebau, Gross-Rosen, Ravensbruck, Auschwitz, Neuengamme, Flossenburg
When in 1958 a few survivors of concentration camps filed suit for retribution, Krupp negotiated for 2 years before paying $2,500 for each survivors. The next waves of survivors lawsuits were Not that lucky: depending on ethnic and religious background and the State backing the lawsuits, many survivors barely got $500.
” The Jews are costly”  said Krupp. More so after the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948 by a single vote majority at the UN. USA, France, Germany, England and Italy advanced for free over $300 bn to Israel since 1948.
Slave work is still very much active and prosperous in many locations in the word. Sweatshop factories in China, Viet Nam, Bangladesh… Libya slave concentration camps of African refugees for buying and selling as in ancient periods. Saudi Kingdom and Gulf Emirate treatments of foreign servants and workers. Eastern Europe truck drivers transporting spare parts and merchandise in and out to western Europe States. Kids made to work in Africa for the still colonial multinationals.
Le monde n’a guere change’: Beaucoup d’esclaves pour les multinationals. Les abimes changent de place, mais sont bordes de haute demeures

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