AMERICAN soldiers fighting in World War II had barely laid down their guns when hundreds of German and Austrian scientists, including a number implicated in Nazi war crimes, began immigrating to the United States. They were brought here under a secret intelligence project code-named “Paperclip.” Ever since, the U.S. government has successfully promoted the lie that Paperclip was a short-term operation limited to a few postwar raids on Hitler’s hoard of scientific talent. The General Accounting Office even claims that the project ended in 1947.1
All of which is sheer propaganda. For the first time ever, this’ book reveals that Paperclip was the biggest, longest-running operation involving Nazis in our country’s history. The project continued nonstop until 1973- decades longer than was previously thought. And remnants of it are still in operation today.2
At least sixteen hundred scientific and research specialists and thousands of their dependents were brought to the U. S. under Operation Paperclip. Hundreds of others arrived under two other Paperclip-relate d projects and went to work for universities, defense contractors, and CIA fronts. The Paperclip ope ration eventually became such a juggernaut that in 1956 one American ambassador characterized it as “a continuing U.S. recruitment program which has no parallel in any other Allied country.”3 …
The legacy of Paperclip is said to be the m oon rockets, jet planes, and other scientific achievements that were a product of postwar research in this c ountry. This is true-as far as it goes. What the project’s defenders fail to mention is that its legacy also includes the horrific psychochemical experiments conduc ted on American soldiers at Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland, the U.S. Army center for chemic al warfare research. In this book you’ll meet eight Paperclip scientists who worked at Edgewood between 1947 and 1966 developing nerve gas and psychochemicals such as LSD. But Edgewood’s co ntribution to the Paperclip legacy could not have been made by the Germans alone. The dist urbing truth is that American doctors were the ones who sifted through grim concentration camp re ports and ultimately us ed Nazi science as a basis for Dachau-like experiments on over seven thousand U.S. soldiers.6
Paperclip’s legacy has its roots in the cold war philosophy espoused by the intelligence officers who ran the operation. Their motives, schemes, and coverup efforts are a logical focus for this book, since those are what shaped Paperclip from the beginning. Moreover, the military’s secret agenda was far different fro m the one foisted on the American public. At its heart was an unshakable conviction that the e nd justified the means. The officers who ran Paperclip were determined to use any means necessary to keep Nazi scientists out of Russian hands, even if that meant violati ng U. S. laws and foreign policy. …
In hindsight it appears the project had a far darker dynamic than simply fighting the cold war. The nazis were largely a social control experiment of the robber barons and aristocrats who were and are in control of the global economy. Systematic application of child abuse, mother deprivation and military-style regimentation in german schools, all mediated through the german medical and educational establishments of the day, produced a generation of highly accomplished psychopaths. The german experiment was a success in all but the final military takeover of the world, which had to be postponed until now. Paperclip was just harvesting the fruits of the seeds planted during the earlier years of the 20’th century.
Many of the techniques which gave rise to the nazi phenomenon have been in use in american obstetrical wards for some time. But the plague has spread elsewhere as well. For some context, see:
The very spirit and quality of human life is being warped by these satanists. The earth is being turned into a planetary beehive through systematic severing of mother-child bonding and child abuse.