The man who discovered Hitler and advanced his career in Germany was Ernst Hanfstaengl, a German businessman with key links to the Round Table conspirators and the highest echelons of power in the US, right up to the office of the American president at the time.
The Round Table were a front for the Zionist aims of the Rothschild banking family, masked as seeking to advance “British” sovereignty. They were responsible for orchestrating World War I to free Palestine, from control of the Ottoman Empire, which was then granted by Round Table member and British Prime Minister Lord Balfour, in what is known as the Balfour Declaration, to Lord Rothschild.
Essential in this plot was the creation of Nazism, in order that its actions be presented as a vicious existential threat to the survival of the Jewish community, and to create the worldwide condemnation against anti-Semitism necessary to justify the creation and on-going support for the establishment of state of Israel after WWII.
Ernst Hanfstaengl, nicknamed "Putzi," was born in Munich, the son of a German art publisher and an American mother. His mother was Katharine Wilhelmina Heine, daughter of William Heine, a cousin of American Civil War Union Army general John Sedgwick. His godfather was Duke Ernst II of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, whose younger brother Prince Albert later became consort of Queen Victoria.
The Saxe-Coburg-Gotha family gained prominence in the nineteenth century through financial links with the Rothschilds. In 1787, following the disbanding of the Illuminati, its fugitive founder Adam Weishaupt was granted asylum in Gotha by Ernst II of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, the great grandfather of Ernst and Albert, and the first cousin of King George III of England. In 1783 Ernest became a member of the Illuminati.
Hanfstaengl spent most of his early years in Germany but later moved to the United States and attended Harvard University. There, he became acquainted with John Reed and Round Table member Walter Lippmann, whose politics were in stark contrast to Hanfstaengl’s eventual association with Nazism. John Reed was an American socialist activist, best remembered for his first-hand account of the Bolshevik Revolution, Ten Days That Shook the World, which featured an introduction by Lenin. Reed died in Russia in 1920, and was buried at the Kremlin Wall Necropolis, one of only two Americans to have been given this honor in Russia.
Reed also attended meetings of the Socialist Club, over which his friend Walter Lippmann presided. Lippmann also played a notable role in Woodrow Wilson's post World War I board of inquiry, as its research director. Lippmann was a pioneering member of the Council on Foreign Relations. As one of America’s most respected journalists, Lippmann’s views regarding the role of journalism in a democracy were contrasted with the contemporaneous writings of John Dewey in what has been retrospectively named the Lippmann-Dewey debate.
It was from Lippmann that Noam Chomsky derived the title for his famous book when Lippman described “the manufacture of consent” as a “revolution” in “the practice of democracy” that had become “a self-conscious art and a regular organ of popular government.” This, he claimed, was a natural development when “the common interests very largely elude public opinion entirely, and can be managed only by a specialized class whose personal interests reach beyond the locality.”
Hanfstaengl graduated in 1909. He moved to New York and took over the management of the American branch of his father's business, the Franz Hanfstaengl Fine Arts Publishing House. On frequent mornings he would practice on the piano at the Harvard Club of New York, where he became acquainted with both Franklin and Theodore Roosevelt. As he says, "the famous names who visited me were legion: Pierpont Morgan, Toscanini, Henry Ford, Caruso, Santos-Dumont, Charlie Chaplin, Paderewski, and a daughter of President Wilson."
The Round Table
According to The Anglo-American Establishment by Carroll Quigley, Lippmann along with Col. House, in addition to Morgan, Rockefeller and Carnegie, were members of the Round Table, a secret organization created by Lord Nathaniel Rothschild at the bidding of diamond magnate Cecil Rhodes, and which was devoted to “the extension of British rule throughout the world.”
The Round Table’s projects for the US included a central bank, creation of a Central Intelligence Agency, and the League of Nations. In the “Col. E.M. House Report,” addressed to British Prime Minister David Lloyd George, Col. House details progress in preparing “for the peaceful return of the American colonies to the dominion of the Crown.” “Crown” refers not to the Queen, but to the bakers of the City of London.
Having succeeded in rallying the Americans into sacrificing their lives to “liberate” Europe, the war was finally brought to an end in 1918. At the subsequent Paris conference in January 1919, which culminated in the Treaty of Versailles, House's vision was pursued as the creation of the League of Nations, the precursor to the United Nations. According to Col. House: “We have wrapped this plan in the peace treaty so that the world must accept from us the League or a continuance of the war. The League is in substance the Empire with America admitted on the same basis as our other colonies.”
In the American delegation to the Peace Conference had been Walter Lippman, and brothers Allen and John Foster Dulles. It was Lippman who recommended Allen Dulles, a key agent of the British and American plot to finance Hitler, and future head of the CIA, as a top recruit for Col. House’s plan to use the United States relief program in Europe after the war as cover for intelligence activities.
The American delegation was headed by Paul Warburg, the inspiration behind "Daddy Warbucks" in the Annie cartoons. The Warburgs were a Sabbatean family. Paul ‘s brother Max, of the Warburg banking consortium in Germany and the Netherlands, headed the German delegation. The Family had reached their financial influence during the years of the nineteenth century, with the growth of Kuhn, Loeb Company, a well-known private banking firm with whom they stood in a personal union and family relationship. It was Paul Warburg who said, “We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent."
Jacob Schiff, another Sabbatean and the chief Rothschild agent in America, bought into Kuhn and Loeb. Shortly after he became a partner, he married Loeb’s daughter, Teresa. Kuhn, Loeb, and Company financed Edward Harriman’s monopoly over the railroads. In addition, Schiff also opened the doors of the House of Rothschild to bankers like J.P. Morgan. Likewise, following the American Civil War, Schiff had begun to finance the great operations of the Robber Barons, such as the Standard Oil Company for John D. Rockefeller, the railroad empire for Edward R. Harriman, and the steel empire for Andrew Carnegie.
Thus, at the turn of the nineteenth century, Schiff exercised firm control over the entire banking fraternity on Wall Street, which by then, with Schiff’s help, included Lehman brothers, Goldman-Sachs, and other internationalist banks that were headed by men chosen by the Rothschilds.
However, the US Senate ultimately rejected the creation of a League of Nations. Deciding that America would not join any scheme for world government without a change in public opinion, Col. House and Round Table members formed the Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA), for the purpose of coordinating British and American efforts. They also formed an American branch, known as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), founded by Col. House with the financial assistance of John D. Rockefeller Jr., son of Standard Oil’s founder. The early CFR included members like J.P. Morgan, Paul Warburg and Jacob Schiff.
The further purpose of World War I was to create the preconditions for the Russian revolution of 1918, which, according to State Department Decimal File (861.00/5339), in a document entitled Bolshevism and Judaism, dated November 13, 1918, was financed and orchestrated by Jacob Schiff through Kuhn, Loeb & Company of New York.
Likewise, in furtherance of their Kabbalistic or “Hegelian” dialectic, these same conspirators were responsible for the creation of communism’s nemesis: the Nazis.
These participants of the Paris Peace Conference also formulated the harsh terms of Treaty of Versailles, which forced Germany to pay heavy reparations to the Allies, which ruined the German economy, leading to depression and eventually providing them the pretext to bolster the rise of their agent Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. According to British Prime Minister David Lloyd George, "The Treaty of Versailles was hijacked by Jewish international financiers to create the necessary economic, social, and political and conditions necessary for Hitler to exploit.”
The Nazis emerged from the occult Thule Society, a chapter of the international Brotherhood of Death secret societies, that included the Skull and Bones society at Yale. Alexandra Robbins describes the Skull and Bones as “the most powerful secret society the United States has ever known,” and related that the society has been dominated by about two dozen of the country’s most influential families, including the Bush, Bundy, Harriman, Lord, Phelps, Rockefeller, Taft, and Whitney families, who are encouraged to intermarry amongst themselves.
After Hitler lost a popular election to von Hindenburg in 1932, thirty-nine business leaders, including Alfred Krupp, Siemens, Fritz Thyssen and Robert Bosch, sent a petition to von Hindenburg urging that Hitler be appointed chancellor of Germany. This deal to bring Hitler into the government was formulated at the home of banker Baron Kurt von Schroeder on January 4, 1933, where Schacht and John Foster Dulles and his brother Allen agreed to coordinate all trade between Germany and America in a syndicate of 150 firms set up by the Harrimans.[12
As partners in the firm of Sullivan and Cromwell, Allen and John Foster also represented the giant German chemical firm IG Farben, led by Rockefeller partners the Warburgs, which was indispensable to the German war effort. IG Farben and Rockefeller’s Standard Oil were effectively a single firm, having been merged in hundreds of cartel arrangements. Beginning in 1933, Max Warburg also served directly under Hjalmar Schacht on the board of the Reichsbank during the Nazi regime, before emigrating to the US in 1938. IG Farben also ultimately produced the Zyklon B gas used in Nazi extermination camps.
It was also at Harvard that Hanfstaengl made friends with the future President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who became president in 1933, the same year as Hitler’s rise to power. A private message was sent from Roosevelt to Hanfstaengl in Berlin, to the effect that Roosevelt hoped that Hanfstaengl would do his best to prevent any rashness and hot-headedness on the part of Hitler, and that, "If things start getting awkward please get in touch with our ambassador at once."
Hanfstaengl introduced himself to Hitler after a speech and began a close friendship and political association that would last through the 1920s and early 1930s. For much of the 1920s, Hanfstaengl introduced Hitler to Munich high-society and helped polish his image. He also helped to finance the publication of Hitler’s Mein Kampf, and the NSDAP's official newspaper, the Völkischer Beobachter (“People's Observer”). Hitler was the godfather of Hanfstaengl's son Egon. Hanfstaengl composed both Brownshirt and Hitler Youth marches patterned after his Harvard football songs and, he later claimed, devised the chant "Sieg Heil".
Hanfstaengl fell completely out of Hitler's favour after 1933, and was denounced by Unity Mitford, a close friend of both Hanfstaengl and Hitler. He made his way to Switzerland ,then on to Britain and ended up in a prison camp in Canada after the outbreak of the World War II. In 1942, Hanfstaengl was turned over to the US and worked for President Roosevelt, revealing vital information on the Nazi leadership.
Hanfstaengl provided 68 pages of information on Hitler alone, including personal details of Hitler's private life, and he helped Professor Henry Murray, the Director of the Harvard Psychological Clinic, and psychoanalyst Walter C. Langer and other experts to create a report commissioned by OSS boss William "Wild Bill" Donovan, in 1943, titled the “Analysis of the Personality of Adolph Hitler".
Henry A. Murray was an American psychologist who taught for over 30 years at Harvard University, before working as lieutenant colonel for the OSS during World War II. Back at Harvard after the war, Murray would become an important participant in the ethically-questionable, CIA-sponsored MK-Ultra experiments, which included Ted Kaczynski, who went on to become the Unabomber.
Murray saw psychology and the new social sciences as destined to make a contribution to a world that can live in “peace” and “harmony”. In a New World Order, with world laws, a world police force and world government, the US, according to Murray:
…is the abstraction of ONE WORLD which we are on the verge of creating. The lot has fallen to the US to take over the direction of carrying out this last and difficult experiment: a global campaign of good against evil. By completely dedicating ourselves to the idea of a one world government, we will stir the hearts of all people on earth with the hope of a security that can counter any form of totalitarianism. The national citizen is obsolete, and must be transformed into a world citizen.
Likewise, in addition to their diagnosis of Hitler as a paranoid schizophrenic, the authors of the study proposed that to appease the defeated German population, it would be necessary to impose demands upon them that were communicated not by a specific conquering nation, but from a “World Federation”, much like the United Nations would become, in order to give the impression of representing demands from a “World Conscience”, standing in for the idea of God.
 Niall Ferguson, The House of Rothschild: Moneys Prophets 1798-1848, (Viking Penguin, 1998), p. 157
 Noam Chomsky, Necessary Illusions, p. 30
 Ernst Hanfstaengl, “Unheard Witness”, (New York: J.B. Lippincott, 1957), p. 28.
 Rotberg, The Founder, pp. 101, 102. & Niall Ferguson, The House of Rothschild: The World's Banker, 1848–1998, (Penguin Books, 2000)
 Barry Chamish, “Deutsch Devils,” (December 31, 2003).
 Statement made before the United States Senate on Feb. 7, 1950 by James Paul Warburg
 Myron Fagan, "Council on Foreign Relations."
 Myron Fagan, Illuminati and CFR Lecture (1960); Dean Henderson, "The Federal Reserve Cartel: The Eight Families,” Global Research, (June 01, 2011).
 David Lloyd George, New York Journal American, June 24th 1924
 Alexandra Robbins, Secrets of the Tomb: Skull and Bones, the Ivy League, and the Hidden Paths of Power. (Back Bay Books, 2003)
 Glen Yeadon & John Hawkins, Nazi Hydra in America: Suppressed History of America. (Joshua Tree, Calif: Progressive Press, 2008) p. 602.
 Ernst Hanfstaengl, "Unheard Witness", (New York: J.B. Lippincott, 1957), pp. 197-8
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