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Old 08-12-2018, 03:27 PM   #34
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Skorzeny, Madrid, Peron, PLO, and Mossad

During the beginning of World War II, while Otto von Habsburg was lecturing in the US, Count Coudenhove-Kalergi was setting up what would become the Mont Pelerin Society. The sponsors included William C. Bullit, Eustach Seligman, John W. Davis and Henry Morgenthau Sr. who planned the starvation of Germany.

Von Mises and Von Hayek had founded the following societies as the basis for the Mont Pelerin Society:
- Institute of Social and Economic Research (lISE);
- Free School of Law. Founded in the 1940s by Gustavo R. Velasco, a personal friend of Von Mises, the school included Jose Angel Conchello, who openly acclaimed the theories of Hjalmar Schacht;
- Institute of Iberoamerican Integration (III). This is one of the principal centres of recruitment for the paramilitary gangs deployed by Mont Pelerin.

In the early 1950s, Von Habsburg set up the Centre for Documentation and Information - an off¬shoot of the Coudenhove-Kalergi and Von Mises net¬works - in Madrid, Spain. The affiliation between the Pan-Europa Union and the Mont Pelerin Society was ob¬vious as Mont Pelerin members would go to Madrid to meet Von Habsburg:

According to Lyndon Larouche, regularly Nazis travelled to Von Habsburg’s centre in Madrid, including the personal bodyguard of Adolf Hitler - Austrian born Otto Skorzeny (1908 – 1975).

In 1931, Skorzeny joined the Austrian Nazi organisation and quickly became a member of the Nazi SA.
During the Anschluss on 12 March 1938, he prevented Austrian Nazis from shooting Austrian President Wilhelm Miklas.
In 1939, Skorzeny joined Hitler's bodyguard regiment, the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler (LSSAH).

In July 1943, Hitler personally selected Skorzeny to rescue Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, who had been overthrown and imprisoned by the Italian government. On 12 September 1943, Skorzeny and 16 SS troopers successfully saved Mussolini.
This gained Skorzeny international fame, a promotion to Sturmbannführer and the Ritterkreus (Knight’s Cross). British PM Winston Churchill praised the rescue mission as "one of great daring".
See Skorzeny (with binoculars) standing next to Mussolini, 12 September 1943.

In May 1945, 10 days after it was reported that Hitler took his own life, Skorzeny surrendered to the US army. He was tried for war crimes, breaching the 1907 Hague Convention, but was acquitted.
On 27 July 1948, Skorzeny was detained in an internment camp at Darmstadt, when he escaped with the help of 3 former SS officers dressed in US Military Police uniforms who claimed that they were taking him to Nuremberg for a legal hearing. Skorzeny afterwards explained that US authorities had supplied the uniforms to help him.
After hiding out on a Bavarian farm for 18 months, he spent time in Paris and Salzburg before settling in Spain, during which time he was in contact with Reinhard Gehlen and - together with Lauterbacher - recruited for the Gehlen Organisation.

In 1953, Skorzeny became a military advisor to Egyptian President Mohammed Naguib and recruited former SS and Wehrmacht officers to train the Egyptian Army. He later became an adviser to Egypt’s President Gamal Abdel Nasser.
In the 1950s, he also trained Palestinians in guerrilla tactics and was the mastermind behind early false flag terrorist attacks in support of the state of Israel.
One of his trainees was Yasser Arafat, the enemy of the Palestinians, who was made leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), and was rewarded the 1994 Nobel Prize and was present at the 1999 Bilderberg conference in Portugal for his support for Zionism.

In 1962, Skorzeny was recruited by the Mossad Israeli Intelligence agency where he worked with Avraham Ahituv and Rafi Eitan. Skorzeny spied on Egypt for the Mossad. Ironically Skorzeny was still on Simon Wiesenthal’ most wanted list of Nazi war criminals.
He also assassinated German rocket scientist Heinz Krug, who was working for Egypt, and mailed a letter bomb which killed 5 at the Egyptian military rocket site Factory 333.

Skorzeny made many trips to Argentina, where he became an advisor to Argentinean President Juan Perón and bodyguard to his wife Eva Perón.
See Otto Skorzeny (left) and Juan Perón (centre).

In June 1957, on invitation, Skorzeny travelled from Madrid to Ireland. In July 1957, he again travelled to Dublin for a gala reception by members of Parliament and celebrities, including Charles Haughey, who later became Ireland’s prime minister.
Following his warm welcome he purchased Martinstown House.

In the 1960s Skorzeny set up the Paladin Group in Spain, which he described as “an international directorship of strategic assault personnel [that would] straddle the watershed between paramilitary operations carried out by troops in uniform and the political warfare which is conducted by civilian agents”.
Paladin specialised in arming and training guerrillas, and its clients included the South African Bureau of State Security and the Greek military junta (1967–1974).
There are also rumours that Skorzeny was involved in organising the escape of wanted Nazis from Europe to South America: (archived here: (archived here:

I’m not even surprised that a personal bodyguard of Adolf Hitler later trained the PLO before joining the Mossad, but I AM surprised that even the “independent” Wikipedia admits this!
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