Saturday, February 19, 2005

Nazis Parading Down Main Street -- Bush Family Eugenicist Helpmates

NUMBER 1: People know WRONG when they are doing it and take steps to conceal it or hide it or camoflage it.
NUMBER 2: Crimes Against Humanity are CRIMES, both nationally and internationally -- criminals work in secret and from hiding.
NUMBER 3: If you have the MIND of a Nazi, you are a Nazi, if if you never wore the uniform or signed the party registry.
NUMBER 4: Fifth Columnists, Spies, Covert Agents all employ "plausible deniability.

For these reasons a CAREFUL examination of connections, looking for the evidences of consistant promotion of the doctrine of extermination of the "unfit" is examined. Rich people breeding race horse and dogs look upon the human race as something they are entitled to breed like livestock, culling out the unwanted.

Previously, the BUSH FAMILY has been found in the Eugenics movement and exploitation of workers. They have been found involved in TRADING WITH THE ENEMY.

Now we examine the common thought processes in more public examples of Nazis amoung the Rich & Famous. Notice consistent thought processes. Remember, by the time that Hitler rose to power there were 70,000 forced sterilizations in the USA, and the Muskogee Syphallis experiment on human beings began before Hitler was elected chancellor of Germany.


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Anne Morrow Lindbergh : Her Life
by Susan Hertog

"... They became embroiled with the leaders of Nazi Germany, according to Hertog, because Charles believed that the democratic system was weak and ineffectual, as evidenced by the unbridled freedom of the press. Hertog contends that, although she was not as convinced as her husband of the integrity of the Nazi cause, Anne publicly supported him out of wifely loyalty. ..."

"... Hertog's handling of the kidnapping and the Lindberghs' dalliance with Nazi Germany is objective, clear, and logical, but her conclusions about Anne Morrow Lindbergh's independence and integrity are less convincing; throughout, the lead role in her life's drama is taken by Charles. ..."

"... Hertog focuses on Anne's struggle to reconcile her need to write with her demanding duties as wife, mother, and celebrity, but these conflicts pale before the horror of the murder of the Lindberghs' first-born son, a catastrophe that drove Anne ever more deeply into spiritual reflection and stoicism, even as it shook her and Charles' faith in humanity. Anne had five more children, published a string of successful books, and remained loyal to her husband, even after he became a vocal Nazi sympathizer. ..."

"... Anne is a daughter of privilege (her father is Ambassador to Mexico). ... Hertog covers in some detail the two most controversial periods of the Lindberghs' livesthe 1932 kidnaping and murder of their son and the deep admiration that both Lindberghs felt for Nazi Germany in the pre-WWII years. (Charles was an early and enthusiastic proponent of eugenics.) ..."

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Anne Morrow Lindbergh : Her Life
by SUSAN HERTOG
# Paperback: 608 pages
# Publisher: Anchor (October 17, 2000)
# ISBN: 0385720076

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8 references to eugenics in this book:
1. on Page 276:
"... and physical attributes. His bias became clear in his advocacy of constructing a "genetic elite" through the voluntary practice of eugenics-the sterilization of those who could not produce healthy and intelligent progeny. In this context, women were viewed as childbearing vehicles, ..."
2. on Page 281:
"... inferior, uneducated, and morally bankrupt "aliens" who had flooded the American cities at the turn of the century; to the eugenics móvement, the Lindberghs were martyrs. Ironically, the public did not know that Charles was the grandson of a Swedish immigrant ..."
3. on Page 320:
"... c 320 Anne Morrow Lindbergh of eugenics institutes throughout the world, for the express purpose of developing a higher breed of "civilized man."28 Through December and January, ..."
4. on Page 323:
"... their late sixties and early seventies. The institute could no longer tolerate Carrel's vision of a social order determined by eugenics. To have as a member of its staff a radical ideologue was unacceptable to an institution dedicated to objective inquiry ..."
5. on Page 325:
"... of nature. Human beings were not equal, and to build a system on such an ideology was to court failure. Eugenics and the government of the elite were the means for maintaining civilized life." At last, Charles had found a master, ..."
6. on Page 345:
"... of the Roman Empire-not knowing what was coming, "waiting for the storm."34 Charles, however, was more certain than ever that eugenics was the answer to the degeneration of Western civilization." On January 16, he returned to Berlin, ostensibly to procure engines ..."
7. from Index:
"... Carrel, Dr. Alexis, 138, 162, 163, 307-8,318,329,341,347,348, 355,357,368,374,388 accused as collaborator, 415 death of, 415 domination of, 325, 352 and eugenics movement, 276, 323 and perfusion pump, 222, 274 scientific theories of, 315, 320, 354-55 Carrels, the, 290, 307, 322, 327, ..."
8. from Index:
"... diary of, 355, 373, 376, 377, 378, 388, 389, 416, 419 early years, 17-18 engaged to Anne Morrow, 87-88 and eugenics, 344-45 fame of, after transatlantic flight, 20-21 family of, 275 as father, 138-40, 449-50, 463, 465-66 on flying, love of, ..."

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The American Axis: Henry Ford, Charles Lindbergh, and the Rise of the Third Reich
by Max Wallace
# Hardcover: 416 pages
# Publisher: St. Martin's Press; 1st edition (August 29, 2003)
# ISBN: 0312290225

26 references to eugenics in this book:
1. on Page 95:
"... soon became obsessed with perfecting all aspects of the physical human condition. Genetics replaced biology as his chosen specialty and eugenics became his new passion. The first public hint that his views had delved from a strictly medical path came in ..."
2. on Page 96:
"... discredit the prochoice advocacy group, Sanger's own words speak for themselves. "The campaign for birth control is not merely of eugenic value, but is practically identical with the final aims of eugenics," she wrote in 1921. "As an advocate of birth ..."
3. on Page 97:
"... began work on a book that was to express his latest musings on the nature of humankind, ones that embraced eugenics as a tool for social improvement. In a recent paper on sunlight's effects, he had already hinted at his racial ..."
4. on Page 98:
"... States, Carrel's Alan the Unknown caused an immediate sensation. The new "science," he argued, was the solution to society's ills. "Eugenics is indispensable for the perpetuation of the strong. A great race must propagate its best elements.";- The passage that ignited ..."
5. on Page 99:
"... To prove his point, he cited the passage advocating euthanasia from Alexis Carrel's book Man the Unknown.36 If Carrel's radical eugenics bothered Charles Lindbergh, he never said so publicly. On the contrary, he appeared enamored of its possibilities. Indeed, the doctor ..."
6. on Page 158:
"... 158 MAX WALLACE tion to eugenics several years earlier, he had begun to couch many of his arguments in racial terms. Near the end of the ..."
7. on Page 209:
"... to establish an "Institute for the Betterment of Man" at the Lindberghs' old Hopewell estate, where their common ideas about eugenics and spiritual development could be advanced, harnessing what Carrel called the "weapons of knowledge and thought which are so abundantly ..."
8. on Page 366:
"... another of Lindbergh's greatest passions during the same period. With the shocking postwar revelations of the Final Solution, the American eugenics movement that had so inspired the Nazis fell into almost universal discredit. No longer was race betterment considered an acceptable ..."
9. on Page 367:
"... THE AMERICAN AXIS 367 selective breeding.'' "I believe the simplest knowledge of eugenics, if taught in schools, would have a tremendous long-term effect," he wrote AES secretary Frederick Osborn in 1967.'1 However, Lindbergh's ..."
10. on Page 381:
"... encountered Carrel and Smith. Only after he began to spend time with Carrel, who was preoccupied with the study of eugenics and wrote about the "salvation of the white races," did Lindbergh's own racial views begin to form. Soon, he would ..."
11. on Page 382:
"... idea of racial inferiority or superiority is foreign to me."115 Yet throughout his life, Lindbergh remained a passionate advocate of eugenics and as late as 1967, his correspondence reveals that he was anything but color blind. In a letter to his ..."
12. from Back Matter:
"... Louis Marshall papers Nathan Isaacs papers American Jewish Committee papers "Anti-Semitism " papers APS-American Philosophical Society Archives, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania American Eugenics Society papers BA-Bundesarchiv, Berlin, Germany Reichsministerium für holksaufkldrung und Propaganda papers Sicherheitsdienst (SD) of the Reichssicherheitshauptamt (RSHA) papers BHC-Burton Historical ..."
13. from Back Matter:
"... 15. Davis, p. 348. 16. Francis Galton, Memories of My Life (London: Methuen, 1908). 17. Garland E. Allen, "Flaws in Eugenics Research," Washington University, Image Archive on the American Eugenics Movement. 18. Ibid. Recent scholarship, reveals Garland Allen, has shown that ..."
14. from Back Matter:
"... 412 NOTES FOR PAGES 95-100 20. Planned Parenthood claims that "Sanger uniformly repudiated the racist exploitation of eugenics principles." This is not quite true. The group's defense of their founder is less distorted and out of context than ..."
15. from Back Matter:
"... 26, 2002. 40. CAL, R7, 06/22/40, p. 361. 41. Also known as the Institute of Man. 42. In addition to eugenic research, the Institute conducted studies in areas such as child development, work-related illnesses, fatigue and work psychology. 43. Hertog, p. ..."
16. from Index:
"... Franklin Delano, 283-284, 305, 315 America First Party, 315 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 137 American Destiny Party, 282 American Eugenics Society (AES), 366-367 The American Hebrew (newspaper), 33 American Jewish Committee (AJC), 14, 31, 62, 65, 105, 124, 138 American ..."
17. from Index:
"... Jr., 2Q5 Berlin Olympic Games of 1936, 111-116, 134,Y51 Berliner Tagehlatt (newspaper), 34, 45 Birkhead, Leon, 279, 282 birth control, eugenics movement, 96 Bissell, J. T, 306 Black, Edwin, 351 Black, Fred, 17, 23, 27 Black Legion, 135 blacks Ford Motor ..."
18. from Index:
"... 317, 318 Cantor, Eddie, 146 Capone, AI, 92 Carlson, John Ray, 281 Carrel, Alexis career of, 93-95 death of, 367 eugenics movement, 97-98, 157-158 Lindbergh, Charles, 99-102, 104, 117, 118, 158-159,163,165,193,209,212, 244-245, 312, 365, 366, 379 Nazi party, 244 retirement of, ..."
19. from Index:
"... Germany and, 160-161 Lindbergh, Charles and, 102-104, 161, 163,196-197,275-276,283,290,303 spies in United States, 283 world War II declared by, 202 eugenics movement. See also race purity Germany, 96-97, 98-99 Lindbergh, Charles, 99, 157-158, 366-367,382 United States, 95-96 euthanasia, 97, 98-99, 366 ..."
20. from Index:
"... also Nazi Party aggression of, 153-155, 164-165 anti-Semitism, 43, 63, 96, 108, 117, 128-129,146,156,182-183,187, 191-193,207-208 denazification, 360 England, 160-161, 166 eugenics movement, 96-97, 98-99 ..."
21. from Index:
"... chancellor, 132, 264 childhood of, 52-53 Coughlin, Charles, 142 Czechoslovakia, 166, 167, 169, 170-172, 175-176 Dennis, Lawrence, 253 England, 161 eugenics movement, 97, 99 forced labor, 326--327 Ford, Henry, 2, 43, 44-48, 49, 57, 67, 130, 135-136, 145, 146, 149, 219, ..."
22. from Index:
"... Hobson, Henry, 280 Hoche, Alfred, 97 Holland-American Trading Corporation, 349 Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 20, 95 Holocaust denial movement, 22, 64 eugenics movement, 366 Ford, Henry and, 358-359 IBM and, 351 IG Farben and, 331-332 Lindbergh, Charles and, 357, 362, 380 media, ..."
23. from Index:
"... Dennis, Lawrence. 252-254 Des Moines, Iowa speech, 289-295 education of, 8-}--85 England, 102-104, 161, 163, 245, 275-276, 283, 290, 303 eugenics movement, 99, 157-158, 366-367,382 family life of, 3611--369 fascism, 252-254, 363, 379 FBI, 270-271, 306-308 Ford, henry, 85, 223-224, 249, ..."
24. from Index:
"... America First Committee, 278, 279 anti-Semitism, 41-42, 108 Carrel, Alexis, 367-368 Cold War, 364 Communism, 160, 170, 363 denazification, 360 eugenics movement, 96-97, 98-99 euthanasia, 99 financing of, 47-48, 49-50, 51-52, 64-65, 68, 107 forced labor, 325-327 Ford, Henry, 143, 233-234, ..."
25. from Index:
"... 143, 145 race purity, Lindbergh, Charles, 209, 211-213, 302--303, 319, 353, 361-362, 363, 367, 382. See also African Americans, anti-Semitism; eugenics movement racism, U.S. War Department, 110 Radot, Valery, 368 Rath, Ernst von, 191 Rathom, John, 25 Reader's Digest (magazine), 211 ..."
26. from Index:
"... Stalin, Josef, 214, 286, 332 Steele, Richard W., 242 Stehlin, Paul, 195 Steinberg, Ida, 68 Stephenson, William S., 283 sterilization eugenics movement, 95, 96 Germany, 96-97, 98-99 Stewart, Douglas, 255-257, 272 Stewart, James, 370 Stimson, Henry, 242, 304, 309 Strauss, Roger, ..."


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Henry Ford and the Jews
by Neil Baldwin
# Hardcover: 432 pages
# Publisher: PublicAffairs; 1st ed edition (November, 2001)
# ISBN: 1891620525

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3 references to eugenics in this book:
1. on Page 49:
"... across the continent, the Second National Conference on Race Betterment, in full swing since the preceding spring, culminated its five-day eugenics-themed sojourn at the Oakland Auditorium, sponsored by the San Francisco Panama-Pacific International Exposition to celebrate the opening of the Panama ..."
2. on Page 53:
"... Charles Eliot, president of Harvard; and David Starr Jordan. Following remarks by Kellogg about the urgent necessity of "establishing a eugenics registry to assure obedience to biologic law," Burbank read a new paper in which he suggested that by the use ..."
3. from Index:
"... language, 40, 263 English Traits (Emerson), 47 Espionage and Alien Acts, 94 Essays. First Series (Emerson), 45 Eternalism (Smith), 17 Eugenics, 49, 53 Europe, 32; dip in Ford sales and, 231; Ford on, 202; International Congress 405 of Women for Peace, ..."


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Limiting Population Growth and the Ford Foundation Contribution
by John Charles Caldwell, Pat Caldwell
# Hardcover: 194 pages
# Publisher: Pinter Pub Ltd (April 1, 1986)
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Proper Gasses

The conditioning of petty criminals with the whip, or some more scientific procedure, followed by a short stay in hospital, would probably suffice to insure order. Those who have murdered, robbed while armed with automatic pistol or machine gun, kidnapped children, despoiled the poor of their savings, misled the public in important matters, should be humanely and economically disposed of in small euthanasic institutions supplied with proper gasses. A similar treatment could be advantageously applied to the insane, guilty of criminal acts.

The man who wrote this was American surgeon and biologist Alexis Carrel (1873-1944), member of the Rockefeller Institute in New York, and the recipient in 1912 of the Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine.[531]

[531] Szasz, TS. The Theology of Medicine New York: Syracuse University Press, 1977.

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The Theology of Medicine: The Political-Philosophical Foundation of Medical Ethics
by Thomas Stephen Szasz
# Paperback: 170 pages
# Publisher: Syracuse University Press; Reprint edition (March 1, 1988)
# ISBN: 0815602251

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12. Alexis Carrel, Man the Unknown (New York: Halcyon House, published by arrangement with Harper & Brothers, 1935), pp. 318-19.

The battle cry of the New Order was sounded in 1935 with the publication of Man the Unknown, by Dr. Alexis Carrel of the Rockefeller Institute in New York. This Nobel Prize-winner said `` enormous sums are now required to maintain prisons and insane asylums.... Why do we preserve these useless and harmful beings? This fact must be squarely faced. Why should society not dispose of the criminals and the insane in a more economical manner? ... The community must be protected against troublesome and dangerous elements.... Perhaps prisons should be abolished.... The conditioning of the petty criminal with the whip, or some more scientific procedure, followed by a short stay in hospital, would probably suffice to insure order. [Criminals including those] who have ... misled the public on important matters, should be humanely and economically disposed of in small euthanasic institutions supplied with proper gases. A similar treatment could be advantageously applied to the insane, guilty of criminal acts. ''

Carrel claimed to have transplanted the head of a dog to another dog and kept it alive for quite some time.


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Charles Augustus Lindbergh (1902-1974) was the first person to fly nonstop across the Atlantic, from New York to Paris. The flight made him an international hero. However, he later used his fame to oppose America's entry into World War II, and his arguments were extremely disturbing.

Between 1931 and 1935, Lindbergh worked with Alexis Carrel (1873-1944) on an artificial heart, and the two men deserve great credit for it. However, during this same period, Carrel was working on the book Man, the Unknown, published in 1935. He suggested building euthanasia institutions for killing the mentally ill with some suitable gas. Lindbergh did not break off his relationship with Carrel because of this savage proposal; in 1938, they coauthored a book, The Culture of Organs.

In 1938, Lindbergh visited Germany, and accepted a medal from Hermann Goering, a Nazi official. This caused an outcry in the United States.

In 1939, Lindbergh returned to the United States after years in Europe, and immediately began speaking out against America's entry into the war. He made arguments echoing eugenics themes, that the war would kill the wrong people. He charged that America was being dragged into the war by Jews (among others).

In 1940, Hermann Goering, Air Minister and chief of the Luftwaffe, launched the "Battle of Britain," bombing the British in preparation for an invasion across the English Channel. This included bombing civilians, to terrorize them. Nevertheless, in 1941, Lindbergh became a leading spokesman for a newly founded peace group called the America First Committee.

Lindbergh was later a Director of the American Eugenics Society.

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"Only three groups want war with Hitler- the British, the Jews, and the Roosevelt Administration...Are we going to let Jews run this country?" Aviation hero Charles Lindbergh, at the first America First Committee rally in Philadelphia

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Young Yale student and son of the vice president of Quaker Oats, Douglas Stuart Jr, attends the Republican Party Convention and consorts with isolationists. Charles Lindbergh is interested in Stuart’s idea of uniting all opposition to the forth-coming war under one umbrella group. With Lindbergh's advice, the young Stuart seeks out the aid of Sears and Roebuck’s General Robert E. Wood, a strong isolationist and Hitler apologist. Soon afterwards, Stuart founds and incorporates the America First Committee, with Wood at the helm.
The America First group is underwritten by business leaders. William H. Regnery, whose son will found Regnery Publishing, is one of the signers of incorporation. Special counsel to the Nazis, John Foster Dulles, writes the charter. Eight business leaders, among them H. Smith Richardson (inventor of Vicks Vaporub, and major right-wing philanthropist before and after death), supply over $100,000.
[NOTE: Both the Regnery Publishing Company and the Smith Richardson Foundation will play prominent roles in the effort to derail the Clinton administration many years hence]
Henry Ford is an original member of the American First group (and recipient of a Hitler medal), as is American Nazi Party member Avery Brundage (former Chairman of the 1936 Berlin American Olympic Games Committee) and Charles A. Lindbergh, later the Committee’s #1 hero and spokesman (also a Hitler medal recipient).

The famous American aviatrix, socialite, dancer, and actress Laura Ingalls, who was the first woman to fly across the US, is a popular and powerful spokesperson for the America First Committee. She’s also a paid Nazi agent, receiving funds from Germany via Baron Ulrich von Gienanth, Second Secretary of the German Embassy in Washington and head of the Gestapo in the US.
As an anti-war publicity stunt in September of 1939, Laura Ingalls ‘bombs’ the White House with anti-war leaflets. She’ll eventually be arrested by the FBI for failing to register as an agent of the Third Reich, and sentenced to 8 months-2 years.

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The 1930s: Nazis Parading on Main Street
Part 6: The Pro-Nazis of the 1930s
After the fall of France, a speech by Lindbergh aroused the fiery Secretary of Interior, Harold Ickles to form his own investigation committee. Ickles coordinated a private investigation, exposing Nazi propaganda. This group was headed by T.H. Tetens, also the author of two of the books cited in the bibliography. The three-man task force soon presented Ickles with shocking evidence. The Nazis in Germany were spending money on behalf of far right groups within the United States. Recipients of the German funds included the Christian Mobilizers, the Silver Shirts, Father Coughlin and others. Ickles presented the evidence to the attorney general and in the next year such groups found themselves subjects of investigations. FDR knew of Ickles plan and encouraged selective leaks to the media and to the FBI.116

Following the bombing of Pearl on December 12, 1941 the American First Committee officially disbanded. However, on December 17, 1941 meeting in the home of Sibley Webster, a wealthy Wall Street broker a number of key American First members including Charles Lindbergh reformed under the new name Americans for Peace. The following quote from that meeting came from Horace Haase a former American Firster leaves no doubt about the future activities of those gathered.

"It is obviously necessary for the leaders of the America First like Wood and Webster to keep quiet. But the organization should not be destroyed. I have never been in the limelight and have nothing to lose. I can remain active in a quiet way. I should like to offer to keep the files. We must get ready for the next attack which must be made upon this communistic administration." 41

Nor was Haase alone in his sentiments. Four days after the bombing of Pearl the National Copperheads a west coast group closely associated with the American First Committee met in Los Angles. Ellis Jones appearing before the meeting stated:

"The Japanese have a right to Hawaii. I would rather be in this war on the side of Germany than on the side of the British."42


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Fallen Hero: Charles Lindbergh in the 1940s


In 1935, after enduring a three-year ordeal involving the kidnapping and murder of their first born son and the trial of the man accused of committing the crime, Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh chose to flee the country that had made them national icons. Charles, whose battles with the media over issues of privacy were long-standing, confided to a friend that, "We Americans are a primitive people. ...Americans seem to have little respect for the law or the rights of others." The Lindberghs found sanctuary in the English countryside. Two years later, they moved again, this time to a tiny island off the northwest coast of France. One reason for their choice of locales was so Charles could work more closely with Dr. Alexis Carrel, a Nobel-prize-winning French scientist.

Carrel was regarded as a brilliant medical pioneer for his work in suturing small blood vessels during surgery and in transplanting organs. Lindbergh was eager to discuss with him the potential for successfully operating on a defective human heart. Anne's sister, Elisabeth, had recently suffered a heart attack that permanently damaged her heart's valves. Lindbergh, ever the mechanical wizard, came up with an idea for a heart pump that he revealed to Carrel. Carrel was impressed. The two men collaborated on research and published a book together in 1938, "The Culture of Organs."

In addition to being an innovator in the field of medicine, Carrel held some quite controversial views on the nature of man. A 1935 interview quoted him as saying, "There is no escaping the fact that men were definitely not created equal..." Carrel was in favor of eliminating from society criminals, the insane, and any others who, in his view, weakened civilization's foundation. Lindbergh was taken with Carrel's ideas and thought he had "the most stimulating mind I have ever met." Such notions concerning the superiority of one race over another, and the metering out of society's "weaker" members sounded to some too closely related to the ideas being promoted by Adolf Hitler's Nazi party in Germany.

The Lindberghs had seen the effect of Nazism on a revitalized Germany in 1936. That year, Charles was asked by the American military attaché in Berlin to report on the state of Germany's military aviation program. While in Germany, Charles and Anne attended the Summer Olympic games as the special guests of Field Marshal Hermann Goering, the head of the German military air force, the Luftwaffe. Lindbergh toured German factories, took the controls of state-of-the-art bombers, and noted the multiplying airfields. He visited Germany twice during the next two years. With each visit, he became more impressed with the German military and the German people. He was soon convinced that no other power in Europe could stand up to Germany in the event of war. "The organized vitality of Germany was what most impressed me: the unceasing activity of the people, and the convinced dictatorial direction to create the new factories, airfields, and research laboratories...," Lindbergh recalled in "Autobiography of Values." His wife drew similar conclusions. "...I have never in my life been so conscious of such a directed force. It is thrilling when seen manifested in the energy, pride, and morale of the people--especially the young people," she wrote in "The Flower and the Nettle." By 1938, the Lindberghs were making plans to move to Berlin.

In October 1938, Lindbergh was presented by Goering, on behalf of the Fuehrer, the Service Cross of the German Eagle for his contributions to aviation. News of Nazi persecution of Jews had been filtering out of Germany for some time, and many people were repulsed by the sight of an American hero wearing a Nazi decoration. Lindbergh, by all appearances, considered the medal to be just another commendation. No different than all the others. Many considered this attitude to be naive, at best. Others saw it as an outright acceptance of Nazi policies. Less than a month after the presenting of the medal, the Nazis orchestrated a brutal assault on Jews that came to be known as Kristallnacht, the night of broken glass. Nazis and their sympathizers smashed the windows of Jewish businesses, burned homes and synagogues, and left scores dead. Between 20,000 and 30,000 Jews were arrested and sent to concentration camps. The Lindberghs decided to cancel their plans to move to Germany.

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Flower And The Nettle:: Diaries And Letters Of Anne Morrow Lindbergh, 1936-1939
by Anne Morrow Lindbergh
# Paperback: 640 pages
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# ISBN: 015631942X

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The American Axis
Henry Ford, Charles Lindbergh, and the Rise of the Third Reich
by Max Wallace
St. Martin's Griffin, 2003, paper

p241
"When I read Lindbergh's speech, I felt that it could not have been better put if it had been written by Goebbels himself," the President wrote to Henry Stimson, a Republican politician whom Roosevelt had recently asked to serve as his new secretary of war. "What a pity that this youngster has completely abandoned his belief in our form of government and has accepted Nazi methods because apparently they are efficient."

p249
On the morning of Monday, September 16, 1940, four men with a mission gathered in Henry Ford's Dearborn office. Ford was joined by his now frequent adviser Charles Lindbergh, along with Douglas Stuart and General Robert E. Wood, to discuss a newly formed national organization known as the America First Committee.

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However; it was Lindbergh's association with yet another prominent I fascist that caused the greatest hand-wringing amongst his friends. On September 16, 1940, a few hours after he left the meeting with Stuart and Wood at Ford's office, Lindbergh boarded an overnight train for Washington, D.C. Arriving at the station the next morning, he immediately took a taxi to the home of Truman Smith, who had disregarded General Marshall's warning to avoid public contact with his controversial friend. Smith was very anxious for Lindbergh to meet a man whose ideas he believed were very much in keeping with their own, a former American diplomat named Lawrence Dennis.

A product of the eastern liberal intellectual establishment, the Harvard-educated Dennis worked for the U.S. Foreign Service from 1920 to 1927 until he resigned to protest American intervention in Nicaragua. But after Franklin Roosevelt won the White House and introduced his New Deal, Dennis's political ideals, once liberal, shifted rapidly to the right. He set about proposing his own radical solution he Great Depression: a set of "central controls" based on a corporate state. As early as April 1933, he was making references in correspondence to "Good Old Hitler" and writing, "I should like nothing better than to be a leader or a follower of a Hitler who would crush and destroy many now in power." In 1936, he finally named his evolving ideology when he published a book titled The Coming American Fascism outlining his vision of a fascist America as a sensible alternative to Communism.

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Meanwhile, a Gallup poll revealed that an overwhelming majority of Americans disagreed with Lindbergh assertion that Jews were responsible for inciting war. The poll, released October 24, asked Americans what groups are most active "in trying to get us into a war." The "Roosevelt Administration" was the overwhelming response, followed by "Big Business." Only one in sixteen respondents-less than 7 percent-listed the Jews.

How typical was anti-Semitism in late-Depression America? Many historians and biographers have cited a January 1939 Gallup poll reporting that 83 percent of Americans opposed the admission of a larger number of Jewish refugees. However, they usually fail to point out that most Americans were opposed to increased immigration of any kind during this period, as much because of economic conditions and high unemployment as anything else. As early as 1937, a majority of Americans told pollsters they would be willing to elect a Jewish president. 106

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Proper Gasses

The conditioning of petty criminals with the whip, or some more scientific procedure, followed by a short stay in hospital, would probably suffice to insure order. Those who have murdered, robbed while armed with automatic pistol or machine gun, kidnapped children, despoiled the poor of their savings, misled the public in important matters, should be humanely and economically disposed of in small euthanasic institutions supplied with proper gasses. A similar treatment could be advantageously applied to the insane, guilty of criminal acts.

The man who wrote this was American surgeon and biologist Alexis Carrel (1873-1944), member of the Rockefeller Institute in New York, and the recipient in 1912 of the Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine.[531]

[531] Szasz, TS. The Theology of Medicine New York: Syracuse University Press, 1977.

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The Theology of Medicine: The Political-Philosophical Foundation of Medical Ethics
by Thomas Stephen Szasz
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# Publisher: Syracuse University Press; Reprint edition (March 1, 1988)
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12. Alexis Carrel, Man the Unknown (New York: Halcyon House, published by arrangement with Harper & Brothers, 1935), pp. 318-19.

The battle cry of the New Order was sounded in 1935 with the publication of Man the Unknown, by Dr. Alexis Carrel of the Rockefeller Institute in New York. This Nobel Prize-winner said `` enormous sums are now required to maintain prisons and insane asylums.... Why do we preserve these useless and harmful beings? This fact must be squarely faced. Why should society not dispose of the criminals and the insane in a more economical manner? ... The community must be protected against troublesome and dangerous elements.... Perhaps prisons should be abolished.... The conditioning of the petty criminal with the whip, or some more scientific procedure, followed by a short stay in hospital, would probably suffice to insure order. [Criminals including those] who have ... misled the public on important matters, should be humanely and economically disposed of in small euthanasic institutions supplied with proper gases. A similar treatment could be advantageously applied to the insane, guilty of criminal acts. ''

Carrel claimed to have transplanted the head of a dog to another dog and kept it alive for quite some time.


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Charles Augustus Lindbergh (1902-1974) was the first person to fly nonstop across the Atlantic, from New York to Paris. The flight made him an international hero. However, he later used his fame to oppose America's entry into World War II, and his arguments were extremely disturbing.

Between 1931 and 1935, Lindbergh worked with Alexis Carrel (1873-1944) on an artificial heart, and the two men deserve great credit for it. However, during this same period, Carrel was working on the book Man, the Unknown, published in 1935. He suggested building euthanasia institutions for killing the mentally ill with some suitable gas. Lindbergh did not break off his relationship with Carrel because of this savage proposal; in 1938, they coauthored a book, The Culture of Organs.

In 1938, Lindbergh visited Germany, and accepted a medal from Hermann Goering, a Nazi official. This caused an outcry in the United States.

In 1939, Lindbergh returned to the United States after years in Europe, and immediately began speaking out against America's entry into the war. He made arguments echoing eugenics themes, that the war would kill the wrong people. He charged that America was being dragged into the war by Jews (among others).

In 1940, Hermann Goering, Air Minister and chief of the Luftwaffe, launched the "Battle of Britain," bombing the British in preparation for an invasion across the English Channel. This included bombing civilians, to terrorize them. Nevertheless, in 1941, Lindbergh became a leading spokesman for a newly founded peace group called the America First Committee.

Lindbergh was later a Director of the American Eugenics Society.

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The most important American political event in those preparations for Hitler was the infamous "Third International Congress on Eugenics,'' held at New York's American Museum of Natural History August 21-23, 1932, supervised by the International Federation of Eugenics Societies. fn9 This meeting took up the stubborn persistence of African-Americans and other allegedly "inferior'' and "socially inadequate'' groups in reproducing, expanding their numbers, and amalgamating with others. It was recommended that these "dangers'' to the "better'' ethnic groups and to the "well-born,'' could be dealt with by sterilization or "cutting off the bad stock'' of the "unfit. ''

Italy's fascist government sent an official representative. Averell Harriman's sister Mary, director of "Entertainment'' for the Congress, lived down in Virginia fox-hunting country; her state supplied the speaker on "racial purity,'' W.A. Plecker, Virginia commissioner of vital statistics. Plecker reportedly held the delegates spellbound with his account of the struggle to stop race-mixing and inter-racial sex in Virginia.

The Congress proceedings were dedicated to Averell Harriman's mother; she had paid for the founding of the race-science movement in America back in 1910, building the Eugenics Record Office as a branch of the Galton National Laboratory in London. She and other Harrimans were usually escorted to the horse races by old George Herbert Walker--they shared with the Bushes and the Farishes a fascination with `` breeding thoroughbreds '' among horses and humans. [fn10]

Averell Harriman personally arranged with the Walker/Bush Hamburg-Amerika Line to transport Nazi ideologues from Germany to New York for this meeting. [fn11] The most famous among those transported was Dr. Ernst Rudin, psychiatrist at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Genealogy and Demography in Berlin, where the Rockefeller family paid for Dr. Rudin to occupy an entire floor with his eugenics "research.'' Dr. Rudin had addressed the International Federation's 1928 Munich meeting, speaking on "Mental Aberration and Race Hygiene,'' while others (Germans and Americans) spoke on race-mixing and sterilization of the unfit. Rudin had also led the German delegation to the 1930 Mental Hygiene Congress in Washington, D.C.

At the Harrimans' 1932 New York Eugenics Congress, Ernst Rudin was unanimously elected president of the International Federation of Eugenics Societies. This was recognition of Rudin as founder of the German Society for Race Hygiene, with his co-founder, Eugenics Federation vice president Alfred Ploetz.

As depression-maddened financiers schemed in Berlin and New York, Rudin was now official leader of the world eugenics movement. Components of his movement included groups with overlapping leadership, dedicated to:
# sterilization of mental patients ("mental hygiene societies'');
# execution of the insane, criminals and the terminally ill (`` euthanasia societies ''); and
# eugenical race-purification by prevention of births to parents from "inferior'' blood stocks ("birth control societies'').
# Before the Auschwitz death camp became a household word, these British-American-European groups called openly for the elimination of the "unfit'' by means including force and violence. [fn12]

Ten months later, in June 1933, Hitler's interior minister Wilhelm Frick spoke to a eugenics meeting in the new Third Reich. Frick called the Germans a "degenerate'' race, denouncing one-fifth of Germany's parents for producing "feeble-minded'' and "defective'' children. The following month, on a commission by Frick, Dr. Ernst Rudin wrote the "Law for the Prevention of Hereditary Diseases in Posterity,'' the sterilization law modeled on previous U.S. statutes in Virginia and other states.

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