Profit Over Life
Click here to view the authentic records from the WWII Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal against the oil and drug cartel, IG Farben, composed of Bayer, BASF, Hoechst and other German companies. Many of the cartel’s war crimes were carried out at the Auschwitz concentration camp, which was also a slave labor camp for IG Auschwitz, a 100% subsidiary of Farben. In particular, the records show that Farben conducted atrocious criminal medical experiments upon enslaved inmates without their consent, thousands of whom were forced to take part in deadly experiments using patented “chemotherapy” chemicals produced by the Bayer pharmaceutical division.
Auschwitz: The Nazis & the 'Final Solution'
One of the latest documentaries about Auschwitz was produced by the BBC. First transmitted in 2005, it contains interviews with Auschwitz survivors and refers to the role of IG Farben. For more information click here.
From Nuremberg to Brussels
Click here to read Dr. Matthias Rath’s lecture on the history of the European Union, given at Auschwitz, Poland, on November 13, 2007, in which he describes how some of the IG Farben executives that stood trial in Nuremberg were reinstated into the highest positions of German industry and how Nazi lawyer Walter Hallstein became the architect of the European Commission and its first President. Hallstein, a prominent law professor under the Nazis, stated in a speech in 1939: “One of the most important laws [in occupied European countries] is the ‘Protection Law of German Blood and Honor’…”
Europe in the Making
Click here and here to see excerpts from a book written by Walter Hallstein in 1969. Following his career as a prominent law professor under the Nazis, Hallstein became the key architect of the unelected European Commission and, for ten years, its first President. His book, entitled ‘Europe in the Making’, describes how the European Community’s machinery was developed in such a way that “the Commission is entrusted with what virtually amounts to a monopoly in taking the initiative in all matters affecting the Community.” Moreover, giving a prophetic hint of what the Lisbon Treaty would effectively be intended to accomplish almost forty years later, he specifically states that the few exceptions to this rule “ought to be removed at the earliest opportunity,” and that “the Commission should eventually be empowered to take all measures necessary for the implementation of the Treaty on its own authority, without having to rely on special and specific approval by the Council of Ministers.”
The Open Letter that the Irish Times wouldn't print
Click here to read an Open Letter that the Dr. Rath Health Foundation submitted to the Irish Times for publication on Friday, 18 January, 2008. Despite the fact that the letter contained demonstrable political and historical truths about the European Union the newspaper refused to print it, saying even if true they wouldn’t print it because they didn’t want to be associated with it. So, if they don’t know these facts, what else don’t they know, one wonders…?