2001: Kodak’s Nazi Connections

by John S. Friedman The Nation magazine, March 26, 2001 http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/Fascism/Kodaks_NaziConnections.html New information recently uncovered at the National Archives reveals that subsidiaries of the Eastman Kodak company traded with Nazi Germany long after America had entered the war. A number of US firms have been identified previously as having been involved with the Nazi regime; most recently IBM was cited in a lawsuit filed in early February. Kodak’s Swiss branch bought photographic supplies from Germany in 1942 and 1943 for 72,000 wartime Swiss francs, from occupied France for more than 24,000 Swiss francs and from Hungary (a German ally) for 272,000 Swiss francs. For 1943 alone, these transactions were described by the American Embassy in London as “fairly substantial purchases from enemy territory.” “The idea that he has been helping the enemy seems never to have occurred” to Kodak’s Swiss manager, noted Howard Elting Jr., a US vice-consul in […] Read More

2011: The Rоthѕсhild 1920 – 1944: The secret instigators of Wоrld Wаr 2

By Peculiar Voice Previously 1901 – 1919 1920: Winston Churchill (whose mother, Jenny (Jacobson) Jerome, was Jewish ­ meaning he iѕ Jewish under Aѕhkеnаzi law аѕ he was born of a Jewish mother) writes in аn article in the Illustrated Sunday Herald, dated February 8th, “From the days of Illuminati leader Weishaupt to those of Karl Marx, to those of Trotsky, this worldwide conspiracy has been steadily growing. And now, at last, this band of extraordinary personalities from the underworld of the great cities of Europe and America, have gripped the Russian people by the hair of their heads and become the undisputed masters of that enormous empire.” 1921: Under the orders of Jacob Schiff the Council оn Foreign Relations (CFR) iѕ founded by Aѕhkеnаzi Jews, Bernard Baruch and Colonel Edward Mandell House. Schiff gave his orders prior to his death in 1920, аѕ he knew аn organisation in […] Read More

2008: Ex-IBM Employee Alleges TV Abandoned Analog Band to Make Room for Chips

An introduction to New Technologies by Patrick Redmond Patrick Redmond graduated with a Doctorate in History from the University of London, England in 1972. He taught at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad, then at Adhadu Bello University in Kano, Nigeria before joining IBM. He worked in IBM for 31 years before retiring. During his career at IBM he held a variety of jobs. These included; from 1992 until 2007 working at the IBM Toronto lab in technical, then in sales support. He has written two books and numerous articles. Here is a presentation he gave in Toronto on April 13, 2008. * * * I want to thank Yvon for inviting me here to talk about new technologies. What I’m going to do is give you an introduction to three technologies that are becoming more and more important. The first is RFID chips, the second genetic […] Read More