Why ask? So you will see & know the lying that has been going on for so long. To undo the cognitive dissonance you are quite likely experiencing. Then research ‘Operation Paperclip’. EWR
It’s amazing how a sweep of history providing the bigger picture allows one to see the crux of matters … in this instance the agenda of Bill Gates with his ‘philanthropic’ ‘treatments’ … EWR
Bayer AG is a chemical and pharmaceutical giant founded in Barmen, Germany in 1863 by Friedrich Bayer and his partner, Johann Friedrich Weskott.
Today it has its headquarters in Leverkusen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It trademarked acetylsalicylic acid as aspirin in 1899.
It also trademarked heroin a year earlier, then marketed it world-wide for decades as a cough medicine for children “without side-effects”, despite the well known dangers of addiction.
During the First World War, Bayer turned its attention to the manufacture of chemical weapons including chlorine gas, which was used to horrendous effect in the trenches. It also built up a “School for Chemical Warfare”.
During this time Bayer formed a close relationship with other German chemical firms, including BASF and Hoechst.
This relationship was formalised in 1925 when Bayer was one of the chemical companies that merged to form the massive German conglomerate Interessengemeinschaft Farben or IG Farben, for short.
It was the largest single company in Germany and it became the single largest donor to Hitler’s election campaign.
After Hitler came to power, IG Farben worked in close collaboration with the Nazis, becoming the largest profiteer from the Second World War.
Thanks to Cat Wilson for this link:
Author Annie Jacobsen presents a fascinating topic from her new book, Operation Paperclip, and takes questions from the audience. This event was recorded February 26, 2014 at Politics & Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C.
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