February 23, 2012

Adolf Hitler was KGB?


Mikhail Kryzhanovsky - 2/22/2012

1. In May 1940, Germans surrounded 400 000 British troops at the French port of Dunkirk and 200 000 more - at other ports. Hitler ordered to stop Kleist's Tank Army, ready to slaughter half a million Brits and end up the British empire. He also ordered Goering to stop airstrikes. He saved the enemy, allowing them to flee to Great Britain. No explanation.

2. In 1941, he appointed Goering his successor. No explanation.

3. On June 22, 1941 Hitler attacked the USSR. On July 1, 1941 he stopped the tank forces at Moscow suburbs and refocused the direction of the main attack to the south. No explanation.

4. In 1942, Hitler began to destroy the German economy - he ordered Martin Bormann to transfer Reichsbank funds to offshore companies. The order was a top secret.

5. On March 19, 1945, Hitler ordered to terminate the German industry, communications and transport (to end the war, of course). Albert Speer, the Minister of Armaments, managed to sabotage the order and Germans kept fighting for a month and a half.

6. Hitler's fate is unknown:

- allegedly committed suicide by taking cyanide
- allegedly committed suicide - shot himself
- allegedly was shot
- allegedly KGB exhumed corpses and identified Hitler and Eva Braun
- allegedly their bodies were buried on the territory of the Soviet military base in Magdenburge, East Germany, and in 1970 KGB Chairman Y. Andropov ordered to burn the bodies. Why?

Now, something absolutely impossible -Stalin did not even bother to find Hitler, dead or alive - official order doesn't exist ! A small KGB team arrived from Moscow for 1 (one) day , looked at Führer's bunker and... left.

Hitler was a KGB asset?

Mikhail Kryzhanovsky worked for KGB USSR, field Counterespionage Division. After graduating the Counterespionage School training, he served as field officer and KGB "Nabat" counter-terror group member (sniper). In 1987, he graduated KGB Intelligence institute and served at a KGB field Intelligence Division. In 1991, after USSR collapsed, Kryzhanovsky joined SBU (Ukrainian Security Service) and was in charge of SBU's espionage operation in Moscow against Russian President Boris Yeltsyn. In 1995 he was recruited in the USA by the CIA. He is the author of "The Professional", "White House Special Handbook", (Algora, New York, 2007) and "Espionage and Counterespionage Handbook" (PublishAmerica, 2012.) He is a Republican National Committee member since 2006.


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