What the IRISH TIMES
Does Not Want You to Know

Dr. Matthias Rath and his Foundation have been fighting the oil and drug cartel for over two decades by exposing its criminal past as well as its global strategies today. As a result, Dr. Rath has been attacked by these interests, particularly through the media they control.

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On November 13, 2007 the Dr. Rath Foundation received the “Relay of Life” award from survivors of Auschwitz and other concentration camps for breaking the decades long silence about the chemical/drug cartel IG Farben (Bayer, BASF, Hoechst) having financed the rise of the Nazi party and enabled World War II, as a conquest of Europe and the world, on its behalf.

Prior to this award, the Foundation had published more than 40,000 authentic documents from the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal against the IG Farben cartel (Case No. VI of the Nuremberg Tribunals) online, for the world to see.

Deception for Over Half a Century

The misleading presentation of the events at Nuremberg to future generations was a master piece in public deception. The political and military puppets of the cartel, the Nazi criminals, were presented to the world as the culprits of WWII, while the criminal role of the cartel in financing, planning and technically enabling WWII remained in the dark.

As a precondition for this deceptive strategy to work, tens of thousands of records from the 1946/47 Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal against the oil and drug cartel IG Farben were hidden away in archives for more than six decades. Given the billions the oil and drug cartel must have spent over 60 years to cover its criminal past, the immediate question is: Why did they finance this decades-long deception campaign?

The Dark Roots of the “Brussels EU”

These pages provide the sobering answer: This global public deception was orchestrated by those corporate interest groups who wanted to have yet another chance to seize economic and political control over Europe.

The key architect of the “Brussels EU” and the first President of its executive organ – the European Commission – for the entire founding decade between 1957–67 was Walter Hallstein. Hallstein was a prominent Nazi lawyer and promoter of their “blood and honour” ideology in drafting new legislation for a Europe occupied by the Nazi/IG Farben coalition.

The “Brussels EU”: Taking Control of Europe

In other words, the deceptive slogans of the “Brussels EU” were the cover for the next attempt of these corporate interests to realize their goal of controlling Europe economically and politically – and then using it as a springboard to secure its global interests militarily.

These goals, of course, cannot be implemented in a democratic constitution for Europe. Hence, the core of the Lisbon Treaty aims to secure the executive political power over Europe for the EU Commission, which operates – as designed by Hallstein – in the interests of the cartel and beyond any democratic control by the people. Unlike any democracy, the EU-Parliament has no effective right for legal initiatives and essentially serves as a fig leaf to mask cartel interests.

The Irish Times Says “No”!

Already, on January 18, 2008, we felt obliged to inform the people of Ireland about these important facts in order to provide them with background information for their first referendum on the so-called Lisbon Treaty. On that day the Dr. Rath Foundation submitted the public information displayed here to the “Irish Times”. After some deliberations, the editors decided not to publish it. The Irish Times informed our Foundation: “We would not publish it, even if it were true.”

More recently – and by now in full knowledge of these important facts for almost 2 years – in an opinion piece published on September 3, 2009, the Times tried to scoff at the idea of a future EU dictatorship and praised the “Brussels EU” construct as an “institution that arose from the ruins of European nationalistic totalitarism and suceeded in securing peace, prosperity and political unity for over half a century.”

By publishing this documentation we let you, the people of Ireland, be the judge and decide for yourselves what you should know.