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July 11, 2012, 5:11 p.m.
So much emphasis is placed on select Jewish participation in Bormann companies that when Adolf Eichmann was seized and taken to Tel Aviv to stand trial, it produced a shock wave in the Jewish and German communities of Buenos Aires. Jewish leaders informed the Israeli authorities in no uncertain terms that this must never happen again because a repetition would permanently rupture relations with the Germans of Latin America, as well as with the Bormann organization, and cut off the flow of Jewish money to Israel. It never happened again, and the pursuit of Bormann quieted down at the request of these Jewish leaders. He is residing in an Argentinian safe haven, protected by the most efficient German infrastructure in history as well as by all those whose prosperity depends on his well-being.
In 1958, Bormann stayed at his secure residence in Mato Grosso, but the following year he went to Paraguay, where a former Wermacht member observed him in a meeting with Doctor Josef Mengele, a Nazi who practiced medicine in Argentina and who, like Bormann, was sought by the Israeli secret services. This meeting took place in Hohenau, a town practically founded by German colonists in this zone.
Bormann and Mengele headed for Asuncion, Paraguay, because Bormann was ill. His health became worse, and a doctor was called. Doctor Otto Biss, a resident of Asuncion, examined Bormann and Mengele. He observed that Bormann had a scar on his forehead and that, other than a recurrence of his gastritis, he was in good health. This is how it was established that Bormann was in Paraguay, well guarded by Colonel Arganas, who controlled all the contraband operations between Asuncion and Sao PauIo--operations conducted by former German flyers.
In 1961, Bormann went from Mato Grasso to the city of Iguazu, staying at the house of a former SS soldier. He stayed scarcely three days, since he never stayed in one place for long. He didnt trust anyone and nearly always traveled alone, seldom with a companion.
During the following years, apparently, the trail of Bormann was lost, even though there was always news of the activities of Doctor Mengele in Paraguay, where he developed intense activities. The situation with Bormann was quite different-he could rely on the enormous amounts of money he had invested in different firms, and therefore, he didnt have to work and could concentrate his efforts on staying hidden, protecting himself, and continuing to encourage the Nazi ideology. All those who had the opportunity to meet him agree that Bormann was a notably astute man.
It was evident that since the capture of Adolf Eichmann, another Nazi criminal, the activities of Jewish groups were intensifying.
In 1964, Bormann was again seen, in the area of Villa Ballester, at a brewery frequently visited by Germans. The informant in this case was T. Karlokowski, a well-known swindler who sold bogus gold coins. Karlokowski used to travel among these neighboring countries, and therefore, he was able to find out that Josef Mengele was well protected by Colonel Arganas of the Paraguayan army and that he was involved in selling agricultural machinery.
In addi­tion to the enor­mous power deriv­ing from its con­sum­mate eco­nomic clout, the Bor­mann group has wielded tremen­dous global influ­ence through its intel­li­gence and enforce­ment net­work. Admin­is­tered by SS gen­eral Hein­rich Mueller, the wartime head of the Gestapo, the Bor­mann group’s intel­li­gence and secu­rity net­work was com­posed of some of the tough­est, most capa­ble vet­er­ans of the SS. In addi­tion, the Bor­mann orga­ni­za­tion and Mueller’s secu­rity out­fit have com­manded the loy­alty of the polit­i­cal, intel­li­gence and mil­i­tary ele­ments req­ui­si­tioned by the Allies after the war. In that regard, the Bormann/Mueller oper­a­tion could draw on the loy­al­ties of the Rein­hard Gehlen spy out­fit that han­dled the CIA’s intel­li­gence on the for­mer Soviet Union and which ulti­mately became the intel­li­gence ser­vice of the Fed­eral Repub­lic of Ger­many. In addi­tion, Bor­mann and Mueller were the polit­i­cal mas­ters of the numer­ous sci­en­tists recruited by the U.S. and other nations for their exper­tise dur­ing the Cold War, as well as the numer­ous Nazis brought into the U.S. under the aus­pices of the Cru­sade For Free­dom. Those lat­ter ulti­mately coa­lesced into a major ele­ment of the Repub­li­can Party.

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