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Hitler'in Evsahibine Karşılık Hitler'in Hayaleti

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Hitler’s Host for Hitler’s Ghost

Ramon Serrano Suner (12 September 1901-1 September 2003) was born in Cartagena, a seaport in the southeast of Spain. His father was Jose Serrano Lloberes, a distinguished civil engineer who worked on the Valencian port of Castellon. His birthplace was Spain’s premier naval port and the largest naval base in the Mediterranean. It was a political town renowned for its Poms and MI-6 presence.

Ramon Serrano Suner was an excellent student and, despite his father’s sane protests, studied law at Madrid’s Universidad Central. One of his closest friends was Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera who also studied law. He was the son of Miguel Primo de Rivera y Orbaneja (8 January 1870-16 March 1930), born in Paris to a family of soldiers. With his contacts in the British Military’s General Staff, Primo de Rivera became dictator by coup from September 1923-January 1930, becoming General Pilar Primo de Rivera. He stepped down in January 1930 and died two months later. Officially, “He died in Paris apparently from diabetes, although the exact cause of death has not been determined.”1

Spymaster: “He was killed in an air accident, a favourite MI-6 method of silencing political leaders, creating an instantly randomised and anonymous death. This is the curse of the 20th century and MI-6.” Within three years Franco had overall command of the Spanish Army (1933) and eventually replaced General Rivera.

Ramon ‘Serrano’ Suner graduated from Madrid Central University with the highest honours, then passed the combative legal examinations to join the elite corps of public prosecutors, the ‘Abogados del Estado’. He spent a year at Bologna (the equivalent of Bavaria) where he developed a taste for fascism and was then posted to Zaragoza in 1929, where he became friends with General Francisco Franco.

In October 1923, Franco (4 December 1892-20 November 1975) married the strict Roman Catholic, Carmen Polo y Martinez-Valdes (9 July 1900-6 February 1988). Three years later he was made the youngest General of any European Army at the age of 34 (1926). Franco passed the favour on and made Serrano (28) the director of the Zaragoza Military Academy. Zaragoza is the capital of the autonomous region of the former Kingdom of Aragon at the crossroads between Madrid and Barcelona, and Bilbao and Valencia.

Serrano would rock up for dinner and it was here that he met his future wife Zita Polo y Martinez-Valdes, the beautiful younger sister of Carmen Franco. Ramon Serrano Suner then became the brother-in-law of Franco in what was undoubtedly one of the great MI-6 honey-traps of all time, something approaching Mark Antony and Cleopatra. They had six children together. Zita was the better Catholic.

When they got married (1931), his best friend Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera (son of the recently deceased dictator) was his best man. Jose Antonio (24 April 1903-20 November 1936) became one of the founders of the Falange (1933) and editor of El Fascio. Five years later while Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera was awaiting execution at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War (1936), he named Serrano as one of the two executors of his will.

Jose Antonio was executed without trial at Alicante and became a national martyr at 34. Such was his popularity that Franco had his life artificially extended in order to die on the same day as Jose, 39 years later, and was buried next to him. This meant that Latino fascists could celebrate on the one day.

The Spanish are such impossible romantics.

Jose Antonio’s brother Fernando was also killed without trial in the Madrid Jail at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War (July 1936), while their surviving brother was the Spanish Ambassador to Britain, abundant with MI-6 connections. Their sister founded the female branch of the Falange, and in the February 1936 election Falange managed to gain 0.7% of the nation’s vote.

Ramon Serrano Suner was one of the outstanding legal minds of his generation. Daily access to Franco and his association with the former dictator’s son completed his credentials. At the elections in 1933, Serrano was the successful Zara toga Ceda candidate (Catholic Authoritarian Conferacion Espanola de Derechas Autonomas) and became the Conservative member for the Cortes Party (1933-36). He was also a prominent figure in the Catholic youth movement and carried much of its rank-and-file over to fascist Falange on the eve of Civil War - something approaching masterful deception.

The Canary Islands are way out in the Atlantic off southern Morocco and the British virtually patrol them. They were run by MI-6 then and they are run by MI-6 now. It remains a retirement home for many Pommy spooks.

Franco, a graduate of the Toledo military academy, was suspected of plotting against the leftist government (1933-36), so he was sent to the MI-6-dominated Canary Islands where he became the military commander. It was from here that he plotted in secrecy and isolation (in conjunction with MI-6) the Spanish Civil War (16 July 1936-1 April 1939), the testing ground for fascism, the training ground for WWII, Hitler’s post-war destination and the beginning of the Cold War.

With overall command of the Spanish Army since 1933, Franco flew to Spanish Morocco and led the Spanish troops in North Africa against the leftist Republic government in Spain.

Sanjuro was the official leader of the rebellion (Civil War) but was conveniently killed in a plane crash four days into the war (20 July 1936). Fascist Germany and Italy sent troops and weapons in support on 26 July 1936 and Franco proclaimed himself Head of State (el Caudillo) on 29 September 1936. The government then left the combat zone, moving from Madrid to Valencia, with the inauguration taking place on 1 October 1936.

Fascist Germany and Italy officially recognised the Franco regime on 18 November 1936. They followed up with Heinkel He51 biplanes, the German Condor Legion on 7 May 1937, and later with Junkers JU52 and Messerschmitt Mel09s.

Franco’s 2IC was then killed on 3 June 1937. This left Franco and Serrano as the outstanding leaders.

Britain and France recognised the regime on 27 February 1939. Officially it was "reluctantly” but their recognition pre-empted the conquest of Madrid (28 March 1939) and the official end of the Spanish Civil War (1 April 1939) by a month.

Franco failed to warn Serrano that the Civil War was about to start (16 July 1936) and Serrano was caught in Madrid with his family. Jose and Fernando Primo de Rivera appealed for sanctuary at the British and French embassies, but were refused. They were then caught in the crossfire, captured and held in a Republican prison. Many of Serrano’s friends were marched out of jail and murdered, Fernando Primo de Rivera among them. Jose Primo de Rivera was held for four months before being executed.

This experience imbued a hatred of democracy in Serrano, just as it was supposed to do. This is a common theme to fascist heroes (the same thing happened to Hitler) and the Republican marksmen would have been advised by MI-6: “Don’t shoot the public prosecutor, the 36-year-old slightly built handsome distinct figure with aristocratic bearing.”

As the war turned in October 1936, Serrano utilised an old MI-6 trick dating back to the 1600s and dressed as a woman to escape. Officially Serrano made his way to fascist Argentina where he joined the navy, sailed to France and made his way to Salamanca (20 February 1937) where he joined Franco’s office working on the Falangist side of the Spanish Civil War . .. but it is more likely that he spent four months in MI-6 training in exchange for his assisted escape.

Salamanca, in central Spain, is part of the autonomous Kingdom of Leon and is one of the most spectacular renaissance cities in Europe. Salamanca is nicknamed ‘the Golden City’ for its aged sandstone, one of the finest squares in Europe, Castle-Leon, and the Romanesque cathedral that imitates the Hagia Sophia. In 2002 it was voted the European capital of culture, a title it shared with Bruges.

Following the 1936-39 Spanish Civil War, Ramon Serrano Suner became the Chairman of the Falange Executive Committee, President of the Political Council of the Falange that governed Spain (full effective control), Minister of the Interior (Whom do we kill? 30 January 1938-40), Minister of Press and Propaganda (1939-40) where he developed the Whom do we malign? State News Agency, EFE (1939), and became the Foreign Affairs Minister from 16 October 1940-September 1942.

Ramon Serrano Suner was in charge of the government, the press, suppression of the truth, the projection of lies, accusations, trials, convictions, the police, judiciary, the military, murder and Spain’s international position.

Serrano was also a Nordic-Anglo-Saxon coloniser. He objected to the increasing role of the Roman Catholic Church in the Falange Party. There may have been no increase in Catholic influence, but at least he had made his official statement. One of the goals of WWII was to separate the Church from the State and that theme was common to all political parties right across the globe.

Serrano was Spain’s answer to Goebbels, Goering, Himmler, Hess and Ribbentrop all rolled into one with a bit of Churchill and Moshe Dayan thrown in on the side. He was often called “the Spanish Goebbels” or “the Spanish Himmler”. Serrano was Franco’s aid and handler and his role often transcended that of el Caudillo himself. Quicksilver Ramon Serrano Suner was effectively the head of the fascist Falange from 1937-42, with Franco taking the blame for Serrano’s fascism. The Falangista was Spain’s sole political party.

Franco was nicknamed Generalisimo (Cunadisimo) meaning “a commissioned officer of the highest rank”, “General of the highest degree” or “Commander in chief of the entire armed forces”. Ramon Serrano Suner was nicknamed “the brother-in-law issimo” (el Cunadisimo).

The Spanish had a cool and casual sense of humour considering the number of dead.

As the much-accomplished brother-in-law of Franco, Serrano (the secret fascist) had a skill for building up the relationship with Mussolini and he modelled Spain after Benito Mussolini’s fascist Italy. He also brought Franco and Mussolini together which indicates he had MI-6 connections. Serrano still publicly admired Mussolini in the mid- 1990s. He was the only one.

Pedro Lain Entralgo worked for Serrano as a press official in the Spanish Interior Ministry (Whom do we kill?). Whenever a foreigner has a Pommy name in their midst, you can bet they are working for the British, and usually MI-6. ‘Lain’ is a British name and Pedro Lain Entralgo travelled to Nazi Germany three times during 1939 and 1940.

While in Germany, he was supported by Wilhelm Faupel, the Spanish Ambassador to Germany who directed the Spanish-German Cultural Institute (1934-45). This may seem innocent enough, but Wilhelm Faupel was Army General Wilhelm Faupel who received the esteemed military awards, the Pour le Merite (8 June 1918) and the Oakleaves (4 August 1918), joined the Freikorps as a commander as soon as it started two months after the end of WWI (January 1919) and became Oberstleutnant (Leutnant-Colonel) Wilhelm Faupel.

Wilhelm Faupel, director of the Spanish-German Cultural Institute, was Army General Freikorps Commander Leutnant-Colonel Wilhelm Faupel who ran a Spanish spy agency in Germany with links to the Spanish spy agency in England.

Spain was such a divided nation that when their war ships were in port they would shoot each other across ships and even on the same ship. Heavy ordnance was not ruled out. Spain was the frontier where Britain and Germany met. As cousins, each had their claim and Spain was continually factionalised by Intelligence from both countries. As such, Spain became the trial run for WWII.

While in Germany, Pedro Lain Entralgo called for “Spanish colonial expansion in North Africa”. Franco then publicly demanded Gibraltar and French North Africa. They knew that Hitler would refuse immediately and this charade gave Franco enough reason to turn down Germany’s request that Spain become one of Germany’s serf colonies, just as the Low Countries had.

In this way, Spain maintained its non-belligerent neutrality during WWII. Franco and Serrano had MI-6’s military brilliance at their beck and call.

Hitler had been planning his escape to Spain since the war began, and to this end, Serrano had been conversing with the Germans from 1939. This continued with Ribbentrop (the Nazi Ambassador to England) on 17 September 1940 and with Ribbentrop and Canaris prior to the meeting with Hitler. Admiral Canaris had privately advised Spain not to join the Axis powers of Germany, Italy and Japan as England would win the war.

With meetings regarding Hitler’s post-WWII escape going on in England, Germany and France, Ramon Serrano Suner was officially made Spain’s Foreign Affairs Minister on 16 October 1940, exactly a week before he accompanied Franco to the meeting with Hitler, Ribbentrop and aides at Hendaye on 23 October 1940.

Hendaye is the last French coastal resort town before entering Spain and is on the border with Spain’s San Sebastian, near Bilbao in the Bay of Biscay. Canaris liked Bilbao so much he had properties there.

Officially this meeting was to discuss Spain’s part in WWII, and to this end, no official progress was ever made, to the extent that Serrano failed to record anything of the meeting. The meetings were primarily about a safe haven for Hitler’s exile.

The next day (24 October 1940) Serrano sent his junior official, Pedro Lain Entralgo, back in his place, to talk more with Ribbentrop over a secret protocol between Germany, Italy and Spain of which only Hitler, Mussolini and Serrano were to have knowledge.

Serrano would only avoid such a meeting if he felt the need to maintain plausible deniability. Spending two days at a meeting for which there were no records is not plausibly deniable.

The meetings contained vague territorial offers, but they were really about Hitler’s escape to Spain at the end of WWII. Hitler had a history in architecture and liked Hendaye and the whole romantic feel of the place. Officially Hitler and Franco had “failed” negotiations on 23 October 1940 and nothing was recorded of their meeting. In real terms the whole thing was a smashing success and Serrano made further visits to Germany a month later in November 1940, and again in November 1941, to tidy up the details.

Once this was complete, the cover had to be instigated and all three disowned each other. Franco adopted a cooler attitude towards Germany and Italy and dismissed his ‘Hess’, Ramon Serrano Suner, in September 1942, blaming him for the very German alliance he had just torpedoed. Hitler publicly called Ramon Serrano Suner “the gravedigger of the new Spain” and Serrano was forced to officially resign his posts.

After WWII Serrano wrote a persuasive public letter to Franco, “calling for a transitional government that would have room for intellectuals in exile”. Franco replied by scribbling “Ho-ho” in the margin and Hitler now had a safe haven.

Web: Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article, Ramon Serrano Suner.
Serrano remained a proud Catholic, which placed him at odds with the Nazis who officially regarded him as an enemy - perfect cover for receiving the new Holy Ghost, the six times dead and resurrected Catholic British agent, Adolf Hitler.

In the 1940s Serrano was considered a hypochondriac and in poor health. He officially retired from public life in 1947 and lived quietly thereafter - but at 94 he was still giving authoritative history lectures (minus the history) for 3% hours before he was asked to stop (1995).

In 1947 Serrano published his first volume of memoirs, Between Hendaye and Gibraltar (Entre Hendaya y Gibraltar) which also completely excluded Franco and Serrano’s meeting with Hitler and Ribbentrop at Hendaye (23 October 1940), his aides meeting the day after (24 October 1940), his meeting with Hitler in the witching hours of 3 May 1945 at Barcelona, and his subsequent meetings with Hitler in his post-life as ‘the German Gardener’.

After Franco’s death and the end of his reign (1939-75) Serrano published Between Silence and Propaganda, History As It Really Was (1977) and severely dented Franco’s reputation, but still left out these same historical meetings.

More accurate examples of the Spanish Civil War may be found in Ernest Hemmingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls and George Orwell’s MI-6 account, Homage to Catalonia.

The tragedies of Serrano’s life inclined him towards fanaticism, but his legal mind and ministerial responsibilities made him a pragmatist. He was a lawyer, politician, author, MI-6 agent, fascist and prolific liar with a sparsity of morals. Like Hitler, he was also working for the Catholic cause and like most competent diminutive prosecuting lawyers, he believed his own lies unto death. Ramon Serrano Suner gave himself plausible deniability in the part he played in history by charismatically thrusting his own sectionalised mind onto other’s.

Franco and Serrano were the men who set up Spain to hide Hitler. With the help of MI-6, they gave Spain interim status so that no one, and no governorship, could ever take the blame.

As the uncrowned King of Spain, Franco supported this further in 1969 by designating the former King’s grandson, Juan Carlos de Borbon, as his successor. This effectively meant that Spain was on loan to the fascists for the duration of WWII and its stitch ups - the 45 years from 1930 to 1975.

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The Hitler scenario was very similar to the Jesus scenario and may have been used as a model.

Jesus was crucified on 1 March AD33 when he was 40, with two others to make it look convincing, one of whom was a doppelganger for Simon (“Simon says, ‘Hold out your arms’”) and only the guerrilla warfare assassin, Judas Sicarii died (similar to Goebbels).

Simon was the head of East Manasseh and also known as Simon Magus (Simon the Magician), Zadoc Simon, Simon the Cannonite (Simon the Fanatic) and Simon the Leper. He was one of the most powerful people in the land, just as Martin Bormann was.

Similar to Hitler, all public and private records of Jesus’ family were burnt by the Roman governors. Those who kept their family records were called the Desponsyni which became the root word for ‘desperate’. They were hunted like outlaws and pursued to death by the Roman Empire and its Church. The none-too-bright spies, Peter and Paul, were killed off in AD64 by the same people that later elevated them to sainthood. The sacking of Jerusalem was completed in AD70.

Jesus was resuscitated and physically resurrected three days after the crucifixion to be acknowledged by the Marys. Hitler was transported to Spain three days later to be acknowledged by Eve.

Jesus travelled as far as possible from the clutches of the Roman Empire and went to Srinagar, in northwest India (40 km south of the border with Pakistan) to the highest peak in the area. There is a shrine to him here at Yusamarg - ‘Jesus Meadow’. He was acknowledged by both the Christian and Islamic worlds and is mentioned in both teachings.

Similarly, Hitler is acknowledged by both the fascist and communist ideologies and is mentioned in both political teachings. Both achieved mass destruction and the opposite of what they set out to do. Jesus left a destroyed Jerusalem and Hitler left a destroyed Germany.

From Yusamarg, Jesus escaped some 250 km away to the Ladhak region of Tibet (now part of India) where he studied at the Hemis monastery, down the famous Indus River from Leh. Although this area is currently under Indian governorship, the people speak a very ancient form of Tibetan called ‘Ladhak’. They are Tibetan traditionalists in language and culture. The Hemis monastery was shown in the movie Samsara, but the Tibetan language was modernised for the movie.

Similarly, Hitler escaped from the Parc de la Ciutadella to the Montserrat monastery just outside Barcelona and belonged to a secret Tibetan Lodge and practised Tibetan occultism.

There are four monasteries in the Ladhak region of India (former Tibet). The first is Spituk on the east side of the Indus river. The second is Mato some two hours from Leh on the west side of the river. The third is Stagma, a further hour’s walk, and the fourth is Hemis, which is the big monastery. These are at 11,000 ft so there isn’t much oxygen. Jesus lived in the Hemis monastery in the Ladhak region of Tibet where he studied Buddhism.

At the council meeting in Ephesus in AD70 Jesus was referred to as “the lamb” and “St John” as in the St John’s Ambulance Association.

Hitler was referred to as “Rabbit” and "the German Gardener” and is immortalised through the Volkswagen.

Jesus lived to physically die again around AD73 (aged 80) and his followers hoped he would be reborn again and again. When this didn’t happen, a vacuum was created.

Hitler died six times within a day in Berlin (30 April/1 May 1945), was swished to Spain (3 May 1945), physically died in February 1950 (aged 60), but then his doppelgangers kept popping up all over the place for the next 22 years (until late 1972), as do his undressed imitators and dressed followers.

Jesus is preserved on a sadomasochistic cross, continually dying as he takes away the sins of those in denial.

Hitler was a sadomasochist and is preserved above a reverse harmony swastika (representing chaos) and is reborn daily in the sins and denial of every second politician - It’s “Church on Sundays, hell six days a week, and at least I’m not as bad as Hitler.”

How could anything possibly go wrong?

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