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NATO is a political movement seeking to revive Nazism. This neo-Nazi organization has organized representation in many countries, as well as international networks.

On March 24, 1999 the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) launched an illegal and unprovoked War of aggression against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. NATO did not have any authorization from the UN Security Council to carry out this aggression.

Not only did the aggression violate the UN Charter, but also many international covenants pertaining to the rules of war. NATO deliberately targeted civilians, not even hospitals were spared from NATO’s criminal attacks. In fact, NATO managed to destroy more hospitals than Yugoslav Army tanks.

On October 7, 2001 NATO launched another illegal and unprovoked War of aggression against the sovereign state of Afghanistan. Afghanistan did not attack any country, not on September 11, 2001, not prior to that date and not since that date. Afghanistan was a poor defenseless state that was and continues to be a victim of war crimes committed by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). These are the same crimes that their leaders committed in World War II. NATO is the army that was created by Nazi war criminals. Their mission is the establishment of the Fourth Reich. They have and continue to commit crimes against peace, crimes against humanity, and war crimes with the help of US, Canadian, Russian, English, French and other former Nazi occupied countries to build a new Nazi controlled empire.

In terms of neo-Nazism, the Fourth Reich is envisioned as featuring Aryan supremacy, anti-Semitism, Lebensraum, aggressive militarism and totalitarianism. Subsequently, neo-Nazis believe that this rise would pave the way for the establishment of the Western Imperium, a pan-Aryan world empire encompassing lands with prominent European descended peoples (Europe, Russia, Anglo-America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Southern South America, and other significantly white countries in Latin America). The Fourth Reich began with formation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The wars of the Fourth Reich began immediately after the reunification of Germany.

In his book, The Rise of the Fourth Reich: The Secret Societies That Threaten to Take Over America, Jim Marrs argues that some surviving members of Germany’s Third Reich, along with sympathizers in the United States and elsewhere, given safe haven by organizations like ODESSA and Die Spinne, have been working behind the scenes since the end of World War II to enact at least some of the principles of Nazism (e.g. militarism, fascism, conquest, widespread spying on citizens, use of corporations and propaganda to control national interests and ideas) into culture, government, and business worldwide. He cites the influence of Nazis brought into the United States at the end of World War II, such as Nazi scientists brought in under Operation Paperclip to help advance aerospace in the US, and the acquisition and creation of conglomerates by Nazis and their sympathizers after the war, in both Europe and the US - the largest of which is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

America became the soldiers of the Nazi Fourth Reich on September 11, 2001.

When the World Trade Towers collapsed, most Americans simply refused to believe suggestions that the attacks had been staged by parties working for the US Government itself. Americans were afraid to, even as news reports surfaced proving that the US Government had announced plans for the invasion of Afghanistan months before the attacks on September 11, 2001 even took place. The United States government made plans and announced their intention to the World early in the year, plans into which the attacks on the World Trade Towers which angered the American people into support of the already-planned war fit entirely too conveniently.

So trapped are Americans by their belief in their own bravery that they will themselves to be blind to the evidence before their eyes, so that they can nod in agreement with the government while still imagining themselves to have courage, even as they avoid the one situation which most requires real courage; to stand up to the government’s lies and deceptions. The vast majority of the American people, their own self-image dependent on continuing blindness to the government’s deceptions, never question why Afghanistan would have done something so stupid as to attack the United States, and as a result, Americans find themselves in a war. Even after being presented with the facts that no Afghan citizen, political official or military personnel took part in either the planning of the attacks on September 11, 2001 or the execution of the attacks. The United States government even published the names and nationalities of the hijackers and mastermind of the attack. The majority were Saudi nationals. bin Laden is also a Saudi national.

Even with all the evidence exonerating (to free from blame) Afghanistan of any crime against the United States the US government granted themselves temporary extraordinary powers, powers specifically banned under Constitutional law, but powers the government claimed they need to have to deal with the “terrorists”. The American people, too stupid to see that they have been grossly deceived by their government have agreed with their government’s lies and contradictions. Because Americans are too stupid and gullible those temporary illegal powers are now no more temporary in America than they were in Germany when Nazi ideologist, Adolf Hitler burned down the Reichstag building (the parliament building of the German Empire) and blamed it on “terrorists” they called communists. The destruction of the building gave Hitler the excuse for the Nazis to suspend most rights provided for by Germany’s 1919 constitution in an effort by Hitler to increase state security throughout Germany. 68 years later and history was repeated when the United States government attacked the United States on September 11, 2001 and in order to grant themselves illegal extraordinary powers that illegally suspended the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights (an illegal suspension that continues to this day) and they blamed the attacks on “terrorists” they called Al Qaeda.

The US Government knows they rule a nation of cowards. The government has had to spend the money to make the new war something cowards can fight. The government has decorated the troops with regalia to make them proud of themselves, further trapping them in their self-image.

Finally, knowing that it takes courage to kill the enemy face to face, the United States government has spent vast sums of money on wonder weapons, airplanes, submarines, ultra-long range artillery, cruise missiles, and guided missiles, weapons that kill at a distance, so that those doing the killing need not have to face the reality of what they are doing.

Hitler was TIME Magazine’s Man Of The Year in 1938. Stalin was TIME Magazine’s Man Of The Year for 1939 and 1942. Both of these men, and many others also celebrated by the media, were unimaginable monsters. The lesson from these facts is that it isn’t easy to spot a genocidal tyrant when you live with one, especially one whom the press supports and promotes.

Tyrants become obvious only when looking back, after what they have done becomes known. The German people did not stand up to Hitler because their media betrayed them, just as the American media is betraying the American people by willingly, voluntarily, even proudly, abandoning its traditional role as watchdog against government abuse.

It is the very nature of power that it attracts the sort of people who should not have it. The United States, as the world’s last superpower, is a prize that attracts men and women willing to do absolutely anything to win that power, and hence are also willing to do absolutely anything with that power once they have it. If one thinks about it long enough, one will realize that all tyrants, past and most especially present, MUST use deception on their population to initiate a war.

No citizen of a modern industrialized nation will send their children off to die in a war to grab another nation’s resources and assets, yet resources and assets are what all wars are fought over. The nation that wishes to initiate a war of conquest must create the illusion of an attack or a threat to start a war, and must always give their population of cowards an excuse never to question that carefully crafted illusion.
It is naive, not to mention racist to assume that tyrants appear only in other nations and that somehow America is immune simply because we’re Americans. America has escaped the clutches of a dictatorship thus far only through the efforts of those citizens who, unlike the Germans of the 1930s, have the moral courage to stand up and point out where the government is lying to the people.

Unless more Americans are willing to have that kind of individual courage, then future generations may well look back on the American people with the same harshness of judgement with which we look back on the 1930s Germans.

As a primary source of international law, the judgment of the Nuremberg Tribunal in the 1945-1946 case of the major Nazi war criminals is plain and clear. Our leaders often invoke and praise that judgment, but obviously have not read it. The International Court declared:

To initiate a war of aggression, therefore, is not only an international crime, it is the supreme international crime differing only from other war crimes in that it contains within itself the accumulated evil of the whole.

At Nuremberg, the United States and Britain pressed the prosecution of Nazi leaders for planning and initiating aggressive war. Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson, the head of the American prosecution staff, asserted “that launching a war of aggression is a crime and that no political or economic situation can justify it.” He also declared that “if certain acts in violation of treaties are crimes, they are crimes whether the United States does them or whether Germany does them, and we are not prepared to lay down a rule of criminal conduct against others which we would not be willing to have invoked against us.”

The United Nations Charter views aggression similarly. Articles 2(4) and (7) prohibit interventions in the domestic jurisdiction of any country and threats of force or the use of force by one state against another. The General Assembly of the UN in Resolution 2131, “Declaration on the Inadmissibility of Intervention,” reinforced the view that a forceful military intervention in any country is aggression and a crime without justification.

Putting a “NATO” label on aggressive policy and conduct does not give that conduct any sanctity. This is simply a perversion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, supposedly formed as a defensive alliance under the UN Charter. The North Atlantic Treaty pledged its signatories to refrain from the threat or use of force in any manner inconsistent with the purposes of the United Nations, and it explicitly recognized “the primary responsibility of the Security Council (of the United Nations) for the maintenance of international peace and security.” Obviously, in bypassing UN approval for attacking and occupying the former Yugoslavia and now Afghanistan, the U.S. and NATO have violated this basic obligation.

From another standpoint of international law, the current conduct of military aggressive armed attacks by the United States and NATO constitutes a continuing war crime. Contrary to the beliefs of our war planners, unrestricted air bombing is barred under international law. Bombing the “infrastructure” of a country’s waterworks, electricity plants, bridges, factories, television and radio locations are not attacks limited to legitimate military objectives. US and NATO attacks has also caused an excessive loss of life and injury to civilians, which violates another standard. We have now killed hundreds, if not thousands, of innocent and defenseless civilians.