America's Recruitment of Nazis -- Then and Now
Any bastard, so long as he's anti-communist

Bohne, Luciana
Date Written:  2014-08-10
Publisher:  CounterPunch
Year Published:  2014
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX16657

The most prominent feature of the Nazi political philosophy was extreme anticommunism and particularly fanatic hatred of the USSR. That hatred set the world ablaze, and, yet, after the war, the Nazi administrators, chief intelligence officers, generals, police chiefs, and intellectuals of that regime of hatred and war were recruited to continue their work in the bosom of our secret National Security State, advising, influencing, and promoting our foreign policy in the Cold War. Did that policy change with the fall of the Berlin Wall? No, it intensified -- still absolutist, still aggressive, still dedicated to political warfare. Russia is still in our crosshairs.

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