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State Of The City reports
Nazi Afflilated Terror Organisation (NATO)
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  Contact Contributor
Aug. 10, 2023, 8:43 p.m.
A brief history of NATO (Nazi Affiliated Terror Organisation)
Until 1980 NATO is to promote many Nazi officers to the very top operational military positions in the alliance including Adolf Hausinger; Hans Spiedel; Johan Steinhoff; Franz-Josef Schutsze; Ferdinand von Senger und Etterlin; Johan von Kielmansegg; Ernst Ferber; Karl Schnell; Reinhard Gehlen (BND chief)
1948 - creation of the state of Israel by a UN vote. Nelson Rockefeller delivers South American votes for David Ben Gurion after giving him the ultimatum 'You can have a country, or vengeance, but not both. Quoted by John Loftus in interviews and his book 'The Secret War Against The Jews'. The Rockefeller Ben Gurion deal means there will be absolutely NO Israeli intelligence pursuit of Nazi war criminals excepting Adolf Eichmann who was abducted in Argentina by Mossad in 1960 for trial and execution in Israel who was of dubious importance.
1949 - formation of NATO
1954 - the inaugural Bilderberg meeting, NATO's highly successful and secretive political lobby, in Oosterbeek, near Arnhem, Holland. Chaired until 1975 by former Nazi SS Officer Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.
1966 - French president Charles DeGaulle decides to eject the US military from France and to remove his country from NATO. President Sarkosy rejoined NATO 43 years later in 2009 but the French military remains outside NATO's nuclear command structure.
1972, Sat 25 November - Daily Express front page lead story is 'Bormann Is Alive'. Hitler's private secretary Martin Bormann appears to have been protected by the Allies since the end of WWII. Ladislas Farago, Hungarian author of 'Aftermath' has the pictures of Bormann in Buenos Aires and Stuart Steven is the Jewish journalist.
1980s - Operation Gladio - 1,100 Italians are murdered in cold blood by NATO terrorists in bomb attacks carried out by fascists working under NATO and CIA direction. Italy is bringing the communists into government and prime minister Aldo Moro is kidnapped and assassinated. The object of NATO's 'Strategy of Tension' is to keep communists out of power in Italy.
1981 - former CBS WWII journalist Paul Manning publishes 'Martin Bormann Nazi In Exile' which details Bormann's activities in South America using laundered Nazi loot to create and foster 750 new companies, a 'Financial Fourth Reich'.
1989 - fall of the Berlin wall and assassination of Deutsch Bank chairman Alfred Herrhausen who has been brokering big financial agreements between Germany and the former Soviet Union states.
1990, 9th February - US Secretary of State James Baker promises a concerned Russian President Gorbachev that NATO will move 'Not one inch Eastward'.
1996 - John Ainsworth-Davis, aka. Christopher Creighton, publishes Op JB which details the British commando raid planned by Ian Fleming, which brought Bormann out of Berlin by canoe at the very end of WWII
2000 - President Putin takes power in Russia giving the impression that his country will be part of NATO dominated institutions such as the WEF and G8. Meanwhile he is building up Russia's military technology and fighting ability on all fronts to take on and defeat the Unites States if necessary.
2013 - 4-5,000 British people protest the annual Bilderberg conference in Watford, UK.
2020 - Tony Gosling publishes The Traitors of Arnhem which details the origins of the Bilderberg conferences in the deliberate British Army failures in the notorious Operation Market Garden in September 1944 which gave the Nazis time to arrange their financial affairs to regroup as a Fourth Reich after the war. Nazi loot was exchanged for safe passage by the Allies after the war and the deal was brokered by Martin Bormann, Hitler's private secretary and Desmond Morton, Winston Churchill's equivalent in Downing Street.
2023 - a NATO drone kills the first Libyans with no human involvement since AI has targeted individuals and launched the drone and deadly missiles. The US Air Force applies to the UK CAA to fly its deadly drones out of USAF or RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire.

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