Friday, January 8, 2010

Early 1940s POPE


In the early 1940s, the I.G. Farben Chemical Company employed a Polish salesman who sold cyanide to the Nazis for use in Auschwitz. The same salesman also worked as a chemist in the manufacture of the poison gas. This same cyanide gas along with Zyklon B and malathion was used to exterminate millions of Jews and other groups. Their bodies were then burned to ashes in the ovens. After the war the salesman, fearing for his llfe, joined the Catholic Church and was ordained a priest in 1946. One of his closest friends was Dr. Wolf Szmuness, the mastermind behind the November/78 to October/79 and March/80 to October/81 experimental hepatitis B vaccine trials conducted by the Center for Disease Control in New York, San Francisco and four other American cities that loosed the plague of AIDS upon the American people. The salesman was ordained Poland's youngest bishop in 1958. After a 30-day reign his predecessor was assassinated and our ex-cyanide gas salesman assumed the papacy as Pope John Paul II. 1990 is the right time with the right leaders: ex-chief of the KGB Mikhail Gorbachev, ex-chief of the CIA George Bush, ex-Nazi cyanide gas salesman Pope John Paul II, all bound by an unholy alliance to ring in the New World Order.

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Back in the early 1940's, a German conglomerate named Interessen-Gemeinschaft Farbenindustrie AG (or I.G. Farben for short) employed a Polish man named Karol Jozef Wojtyla as a salesman for their company. I.G. Farben was one of the early companies to manufacture Zyklon B (the chemical used in the gas chambers during the Holocaust by the Nazis), and Mr. Wojtyla became the companies middle-man to the Germans; being the first to sell the chemical to the NSDAP.
When word got around that the chemical was used for the murder of millions of people throughout Europe, Wojtyla became horribly depressed at his previous actions, moreover, became fearful for his life knowing that people throughout the continent had begun seeking revenge on all of those involved with the Nazis. To hide from death, the young Polish chemical salesman joined a Catholic monastery where he became a priest in 1946, and by 1958 was Poland's youngest ordained bishop. Then, just 20 years later in 1978, our former cyanide gas salesman was chosen into Papacy and presumed his position under the name Pope John Paul II.

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