Sunday, 31 August 2008

Otto Skorzeny

Otto "Scarface" Skorzeny - Waffen SS Colonel; "Hitler's favorite commando"; Arch-fascist and Unrepentant Nazi

Otto Skorzeny (June 12, 1908 – July 6, 1975[1]) was a Standartenführer[2] in the German Waffen-SS during World War II. After fighting on the Eastern Front, he is known as the commando leader who rescued Italian dictator Benito Mussolini from imprisonment after his overthrow. He also was the initiator of Operation Greif, for which he was judged after the war: this special operation involved false flag tactics, that is, wearing the uniform of the enemy to confuse him and advance into his lines. He also helped train the Werwolves, a Nazi stay-behind organisation which tried to engage in guerrilla warfare against the Allies, and organized the Nazi "ratlines", which formed the basis of the ODESSA network after the war, which helped exfiltrate Nazi war criminals to Francoist Spain and other friendly countries (particularly in South America). After creating the Paladin Group in 1970, he died a few months before Franco himself, in July 1975.



* Operation Oak (Unternehmen Eiche, September 1943) - The rescue of Italian dictator Benito Mussolini.
* Operation Knight's Leap (Unternehmen Rösselsprung, May 1944) - The attempt to capture Josip Broz Tito alive.
* Operation Armored Fist (Unternehmen Panzerfaust a.k.a. Unternehmen Eisenfaust, October 1944) - The kidnapping of Miklós Horthy, Jr., son of Hungarian Regent, Admiral Miklós Horthy, to force Admiral Horthy to abdicate as Prime Minister in favor of pro-Nazi leader of the Arrow Cross Party, Ferenc Szálasi.
* Operation Griffin (Unternehmen Greif, December 1944) - A false flag operation to spread disinformation during the Battle of the Bulge.
* Werewolf (Werwolf) - Planned Nazi underground resistance movement in Allied occupied Europe.


After World War II

He settled in Spain under a passport issued by Francisco Franco and resumed his prewar occupation as an engineer. In 1952, he was declared entnazifiziert (denazified) in absentia by a German government arbitration board, which let him travel abroad. Before the declaration, he could have been interned in Germany or Austria until he had convinced the authorities that he had seen the error of his beliefs. He spent part of his time in Ireland between 1959-1969 where he bought Martinstown House, a 200 acre farm in County Kildare.

Protected by Franco, Otto Skorzeny was a key figure in the organisation of the secret ex-Nazi escape network ODESSA. According to the Spanish newspaper El Mundo, he was a key figure in organizing one of ODESSA's largest bases, which was located in Spain.[6] According to El Mundo, some of his men helped Aribert Heim (aka "Doctor Death", found to be living in Spain in October 2005) escape from justice.

He also founded the Paladin Group in 1970, a neo-fascist organisation which gathered former French members of the OAS, of the SAC, etc., to be the spearhead of the anti-Communist struggle. Later, he worked as a consultant to Egyptian President Gamel Abdel Nasser and Argentine President Juan Peron. In 1963, he was allegedly recruited by the Mossad to gather information about German scientists in the Egyptian missile program[1].
The Sovereign Military Order of Malta

Wherever one turns in investigating P2, Gladio, the "black aristocracy," international terrorism, or the Nazi International, one encounters the SMOM—the Sovereign Military and Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes, and of Malta, known as "the Knights of St. John" or the "Knights of Malta."
Other leading Knights included CIA chiefs Allen Dulles, John McCone, and William Casey. Nazi International figure Otto Skorzeny was a Knight, as was businessman J. Peter Grace, who used the SMOM's diplomatic immunity as a cover for Iran-Contra activities.

The Knights of Malta's key spheres of control are Africa and Latin America, and include many dictators such as mass murderer General Pinochet in their ranks.

Membership in Latin America includes Masonic lodge "P2" fascists and many surviving Nazi players, who are directly responsible for the formation of the modern neo-Nazi movement. Knight and Nazi escapee Otto "Scarface" Skorzeny, who had led a commando raid on the Cathar region of France in search of occult artifacts including the Holy Grail, played a major role in the Vatican's "Rat Run". Conveniently for Nazis members who did not escape, Knight William Donovan served as chief aide to the American prosecutor at the post-war Nuremberg trials, after handing over the reigns of the OSS/CIA to fellow Knight Allen Dulles.

Circumstantial evidence:
The Knights of Malta's intimate links with the Nazi movement found its ideological base in their common Rosicrucian belief system. This states that Man's evolution is held back by certain lower sub-races who must be removed for the process to continue. Through the CIA this feudal belief system had infiltrated the heart of democratic America. Under the cover of the cold war apparatus, the CIA became a global leader in biological and chemical warfare, mind control techniques, psychological operations, propaganda and covert warfare.

Close links were forged with South American military dictatorships, many of whom were led by Catholic Knights of Malta. It is of no coincidence that these same countries played a major part in the escape of Nazis through the "Rat Run". These countries immediately saw a massive rise in neo-Nazi movements, led by leading German Nazi figures such as Klaus Barbie and Otto Skorzeny. The introduction of concentration camps complete with Nazi Swastikas saw hundreds of thousands of indigenous peoples and political opponents tortured and murdered. Democracy movements were brutally smashed by these fascist governments who were backed by the CIA. Weapons, financial aid, and even American troops were given in support under the guise of fighting communism. The "School of the Americas" is an infamous CIA training school where many South American military personnel are still taught torture techniques.
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1 comment: said...

Good to see others bringing Operation Gladio to light and Skorzeny's involvement as a KoM. Cheers- EvS