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Mon Sep 26, 2016, 03:56 PM

6. I missed this in LBN in March. Thanks for the information.

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I'm sorry for Prof. Weisfeiler and his family. They deserve closure.

We need the UN to have paid Truth and Reconciliation experts, from Bishop Tutu's group, the Irish conflict, maybe Oscar Arias' people. If they had teeth (financial sanctions) and intel from Amnesty, IPS, etc., they could help grieving loved ones of victims world wide. If the official institutional barriers to talking about Prof. W.'s death are just "authorities not wanting to admit governmental culpability", that's ridiculous. Everybody looking at this story KNOWS the gov is culpable. Possibly financial ties currently existing with post-Pinochet Chilean authorities are at work. It was ITT and Kennecott Copper that were financially interested in putting Pinochet into power.

I've seen Mr. Constantine's work a lot when looking up anti-nazi issues, on-line. I see he put out a book on Mae Brussell, I used to listen to her broadcasts in the Bay area in '86-'88. Long time ago, but I thought it was KCUP, not KAZU, I'd never be able to remember the numbers on the radio dial.


" "The Essential Mae Brussell: Investigations of Fascism in America"
Edited by Alex Constantine, Foreword by Paul Krassner
Feral House (2014), 359 pp.
"The main Brussell thesis, if I dare risk commit the sin of summary on her complex work, was that an ex-Nazi scientist-Old Boys OSS clique in the CIA using Mafia hit men changed the course of American history by bumping off one and all, high and low, who became an irritant to them." -- Warren Hinkle (sic)
"Mae's work may be more relevant now than in her heyday. Like those of many other freedom fighters throughout history, the ghost of Mae Brussell will never rest till justice is served."—Tim Cahill "

(Typo mis-spelled Hinckle's name)

Hinckle blew the whistle on Al Sharpton being involved in the destabilization of the Manley Regime in Jamaica. Which is why I never trusted or liked Sharpton. Interestingly, when Al was exposed as a government informant, he had been involved with organized crime, dRump backer Don King, Farrakhan's NOI, all those bad groups, and a bunch of good, politically active Civil Rights Social Justice groups. His excuse then was that he "Never spied on activists", he claimed that he only talked to the gov about organized crime interactions. In other words, he openly said in the mass media that he was a stool pigeon against organized crime. Odd, because you usually have to go into the witness protection program after that, instead of broadcast tv. And it's odd that he felt the need to publicize the "fact" that he never informed on the usual progressive COINTELPRO targets, because informers against progressive causes never have had the problems that informers against the mob have.

One small quibble I have with Hinckle's Brussell statement is about the Nazi-Dulles (Document Disposal Unit of our CIA in Germany) Intel-Mob clique -- my quibble is that the people who were brought in weren't just Rocket Scientists (Von Braun and "Doc Strangelove" Ed Teller), or "Useful" intel people like Gehlen and Skorzeny. There were also insane, usless-except-as-torturer/killers like Otto Von Bolschwing, Klaus "The Butcher of Lyon" Barbie, John "Ivan the Terrible" Demjanjuk (Pat Buchanan's hero), Joe "Angel of Death" Mengele.

I used to talk about this stuff with Defend and Protect, and Octa. I've seen a bunch of other anti-nazi post-ers with good intel on this site, too. It sometimes seems excessively in depth and academic to talk about these orgs' bad moves from the '40s. But it never hurts to see exactly where the enemy is coming from, philosophically, or exactly what ideology they're committed to. I note the dozens of ties to nazis that li'l donnie drumpfenfuhrer, senior, has been exhibiting during his campaign. Precisely what got me timed out over at the froggie post-er site (DI).

It's a pleasure talking to you, and reading your info, Judi Lynn. I know I've recced a lot of your stuff for years here, but never exchanged any info or ideas with you before.

There's an excellent Alex Cox movie called Walker. Very stylized, but essentially true. Pegs Corny Vandebilt (Hi, Anderson!) as the prime backer for William Walker's attempt to own Nicaragua, way back in the day, before the US Civil War. Walker's mercenary groups included some reinforcements run by Prussian officer corp led and trained groups running around Latin America back then. (I guess the descendants of the Hessians.) It stars Ed Harris, Marlee Matlin, Sy Richardson, a great cast of performers who gave excellent performances. Joe Strummer from the Clash had a small role, and also circumvented the music industry lawyers keeping him from writing and performing by doing the soundtrack as "Dan Wul" and the musical group Pray For Rain.

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