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 Classic gangster: Hitler's private secretary Martin Bormann's controlled all Nazi party funds
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Second hour Investigative reports: Interview with Katharine Gun, former worker at GCHQ, who became a whistleblower when she felt compelled to leak an email about fixing the UN vote on the war in Iraq – as portrayed in the recent film Official Secrets: was the film accurate? What lessons she learnt from being a whistleblower – protection for whistleblowers; law on spying on journalists and non criminals;  Julian Assange’s persecution politically motivated; The circumstances in which Britain's then attorney general advised that it would be lawful for the UK to invade Iraq were "far from satisfactory", the official UK inquiry into the Iraq war has concluded. The report, led by Sir John Chilcot, found that Lord Goldsmith relied on a one-paragraph memo from Tony Blair himself when he issued his controversial legal advice that a second UN Security Council resolution authorising use of force was not required. Why did they drop charges against Catherine? How power really works;  could we get away with another illegal war? NATOs 70th Summit: BBC WS report by Jonathan Beale – Macron says NATO ‘strategically brain dead’; History of NATO: "SS Oberstgruppenfuhrer Paul Hausser (seen here as an Obergruppenfuhrer while commanding the Das Reich division in Russia winter 1941) was unquestionably the ablest military commander in the Waffen SS. After the war he sought to reestablish the reputation of the SS and claimed that the foreign units of the SS were really the precursors of the NATO army." ‘Waffen SS at War’ book by A.J. Barker;  Gladio networks;  Emily Thornbury explains Labour’s policy on NATO. Terrorist attack in Fishmonger’s Hall, on London Bridge:  ex parole board chief Nick Hardwick on Tory prison cuts. Evil Corp – evil Russian hackers – London City main source of cyber crime. Martin Bormann, in charge of Nazi finance, and his manipulations, obtaining money from big German industries like Krupps and Thyssen and giving it to other Nazi leaders. Bormann famous quote - ‘Education is dangerous’: Every Educated Person is a Future Enemy' Martin Bormann is considered by many as "the shadow man". Whatever one may say about this nickname, it is partially correct. Bormann almost never showed up in public; yet his power within the Third Reich was considerable. From April 12th, 1943 onwards, Martin Bormann was Adolf Hitler’s personal secretary. He was always in Hitler’s vicinity and some even consider Bormann the second most powerful man within the Third Reich. In this article a biography of this man will be presented and an attempt is made to discover how vast his power really was. The Slavs are to work for us. Insofar as we do not need them, they may die. Therefore, compulsory vaccination and German health service are superfluous. The fertility of the Slavs is undesirable. They may use contraceptives or practice abortion, the more the better. Education is dangerous. It is enough if they can count up to one hundred. At best an education which produces useful coolies for us is admissible. Every educated person is a future enemy.

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