The Nazi roots of the Senate’s ‘Torture Report’ on the CIA

Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldberg once stated that “The Dulles brothers were traitors.” Some historians believe that Allen Dulles became head of the newly formed CIA in large part to cover up his treasonous behavior and that of his Nazi clients.

In 1953 Dulles was involved, along with Frank Wisner, in Operation Ajax, the covert operation that led to the removal of duly elected Mohammad Mossadeq, prime minister of Iran, and his replacement with Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, Shah of Iran. Manufactured rumors of a Soviet takeover of the country had surfaced due to the nationalization of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company.

Through Operation Paperclip, Werner von Braun along with a cadre of other Nazi rocket scientists the US military imported into the country illegally and against specific Truman orders, these blemished individuals with highly undesirable back-grounds were installed at Huntsville, Alabama at the end of WWII.

Within the same period, elements of the US government also, covertly, absorbed a network of Nazi spies headed by Nazi General Reinhard Gehlen. “The Gehlen Org” (as it came to be called) worked within the US government to promote Nazi aims and to protect and resettle Nazis from Europe. In fact, the CIA was built around the Gehlen Org...


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