Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
March 28, 2016
Last week I blogged about the strange visit of President Obama to President Macri of Argentina, in the southern Argentine city of San Carlos di Bariloche. As most readers of my books are aware, that fact alone sent my Suspicion Meter into the Red Zone, for the Rio Negro region of Argentina was (or is that “is”) the home of a large community of, well, “veterans” from World War Two, and I don’t mean Allied veterans. Rumors abound in the region from Argentine locals of hideaways for Hitler, for (more importantly) Martin Bormann, and other high-ranking Nazis. As I wrote in my books SS Brotherhood of the Bell and The Nazi international, local researchers, including British researcher Geoffrey Brooks, maintain that the celebrated Nazi Bell project went, not to the USA, but to Argentina, a possibility that I think has great merit, given the detailed postwar connections of Dr. Ronald Richter’s “fusion” project for Juan Peron with that project, including the same German company!
So, needless to say, my suspicion meter went into the red zone.
But there’s more apparently going on in middle and southern Argentina than simply Bavarian chalets and plastic surgery clinics cum-hotels. China has also a major interest in the region for its space program:
Contrary to any explanations that this might be the real reason for Mr. Macri and Mr. Obama having frank discussions in Bariloche, this only raises my Suspicion Meter even more. Why? Well, for one thing, even though the government of Ms. Fernandez-de Kirchner has been replaced with a more “pro-USA” government, it would be foolish to assume that Argentinians have forgotten all about the ongoing disputes over its debt to western hedge funds, nor that they have forgotten about American unipolarism. Under Ms. Kirchner, Argentina expressed a quiet desire to associate with the BRICSA bloc, and in the long term, I do not think in the long term this will change.