Declassified CIA Docs Reveal Hitler Survived WW2, With Picture to Prove it

Jay Syrmopoulos–Newly declassified CIA files seem to confirm certain FBI documents related to Adolf Hilter, which claimed the Nazi Fuehrer escaped Germany and took up residence in South America after World War II.

The files indicate that in 1955, the chief of the CIA’s Western Hemisphere Division (WHD) received a secret memo with the subject line “Operational: Adolf Hitler,” from the acting CIA station chief in Venezuela, which indicated that one of his sources had received a tip that the Nazi Fuhrer was indeed alive and living in Argentina.

Interestingly, these revelations seem to confirm declassified FBI documents that also claimed sources had indicated that Hitler was indeed living in Argentina.
While the official story sold to the global public is that Hitler died of suicide in the Fuhrerbunker, the actual truth may be vastly different from the popularized version of events.

The acting CIA station chief’s informants, CIMELODY, was contacted by a former SS trooper Phillip Citroen, who claimed to have been in contact with Hitler—who was living under the pseudonym Adolph Schuttlemayer—about once a month in Colombia, while there on a trip from Maracaibo as an employee of the Royal Dutch Shipping Company.

Citroen said that Hitler had left Colombia for Argentina around January 1955, and erroneously suggested that the statute of limitations for war crimes had passed—as it had been 10 years since the end of World War II—and that the Allies could no longer prosecute Hitler as a war criminal.

The CIA documents reveal that Citroen told CIMELODY that he had even taken a photo with Hitler, and provided a grainy picture that was included in the CIA memo—with Hitler purported to be the man on the right.

After reviewing the CIA’s files, the WHD chief reported that Citroen had only the year before reported that a colony of Nazis was present in Colombia that engaged in “idolatry of the Nazi past addressing him as ‘der Fuhrer’ and affording him the Nazi salute and storm trooper adulation,” in reference to Hitler himself.

The station chief wrote the WHP chief again only days later to engage in further investigation of whether or not it really was Adolf Hitler.

The HPD chief then incredibly made the decision to drop further inquiry, as he felt “enormous efforts could be expended on this matter with remote possibilities of establishing anything concrete.”

A seemingly strange response considering the magnitude of the report and veracity of the sources credibility in that Citroen was a former Nazi himself.

As The Free Thought Project previously reported:

“South America did indeed play host to many fleeing Nazis—including sadistic doctor Josef Mengele, whose torturous experimentation of Nazi concentration camp prisoners eventually branched into the study of twins. Later, in a small town in Brazil, one in five pregnancies resulted in births of twins—something Argentine historian Jorge Camarasa claimed in 2009 evidenced Mengele’s handiwork following his escape from Germany.”

Perhaps there is more to the story than a war weary public was led to believe in the wake of the devastation of WWII, and the truth lies somewhere other than what has became the official narrative of Hitler’s death in the Fuhrerbunker with his bride—with reality being much closer to an escape with may other Nazi war criminals to South America.

Solar Flares Are Small Potatoes: What if the Sun Touched the Earth?

SPUTNIK–While scientists are ringing alarm bells amid six recent solar flashes, including the biggest one in 12 years, it is just the easy bit if compared to a mechanic contact between the star and the Earth. Here are four scenarios of a really scorching apocalypse.

Actually, the question is much more complicated than it seems at first glance, according to the Popular Mechanics magazine’s Russian version.

“In short, humanity will in any case cease to exist because scientists have yet to create systems and programs that could protect us even from a small fraction of the fury of the ‘solar deity’,” Popular Mechanics said.

It added that everything will depend on which part of the Sun may theoretically drop on Earth, something that may change the scenario of the global destruction.


The chromosphere is the outer shell of the Sun, the thickness of which stands at about 2,000 kilometers. Its upper limit, unlike mass media reports, does not have a clearly-cut smooth boundary: the star is dotted with thin needles of hot discharges, the so-called spicules.

The Sun simultaneously ejaculates up to 70,000 such spicules.  The higher the chromosphere, the hotter it becomes, with temperature reaching 19,500 degrees Celsius in the upper layers.

The density of the chromosphere is a million times smaller than the density of the Earth’s atmosphere, and therefore the pressure on our planet will instantly destroy this fragment of the Sun.

However, it may lead to the emergence of vacuum which will fill the air, creating a shock wave capable of breaking a person to pieces.


It is the photosphere that forms the visible surface of the Sun. This is a very thin layer, with its thickness ranging from 100 to 400 kilometers, according to various estimates.

The main part of the Sun’s optical radiation emanates from its photosphere, which helps astronomers calculate the Sun’s size, the distance between the Sun and various cosmic objects as well as other parameters.

It also has a much lower density as compared with that of Earth, but because of heating, a fragment of the photosphere does not collapse if it hits our planet. Instead, it will emit a short but incredibly intense light, something that we typically watch from a distance of about 148 million kilometers.

Of course, if you stand nearby, the photosphere will immediately burn you down. But as soon as a photosphere fragment cools down, it will instantly turn into a safe inert gas.


The outer shell of the Sun in fact consists of plasma prominences which eject particles of ionized plasma and energy flows millions of kilometers around.

If its sample hits the Earth in the same form as it is in the Sun, the pressure that keeps the plasma together will immediately disappear.

This will result in a powerful thermonuclear explosion, in which all living things will burn in a fiery hell, Popular Mechanics predicted.


A fragment of the solar core will certainly cause the deadliest impact on Earth given that the core’s density is 6.6 times higher than that of osmium, the world’s densest metal.

The core’s temperature reaches 14 million degrees Celsius. Its  permanent thermonuclear reaction is known as the “proton-proton” in which the helium-4 isotope is formed from four protons.

During the process, every second sees 4.26 tons of solid matter turning into radiation, something that Popular Mechanics said “is even hard to imagine.”

In any case, a fragment of the solar core hitting Earth remains just a hypothetical scenario, Popular Mechanics concluded.

Huge Threat’: Pyongyang’s Nuclear Test Site May Collapse, Spread Radiation

SPUTNIK-The mountain underneath which the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is believed to have conducted five nuclear bomb trials would ooze radiation throughout the Korean Peninsula and into China if it implodes, the South China Morning Post reports.

“We call it ‘talking the roof off.’ If the mountain collapses and the hole is exposed, it will let out many bad things,” Wang Naiyan, a researcher for China’s nuclear weapons program, told the SCMP.

While mountains don’t usually implode by happenstance, just one more nuclear test could cause the peak at the Punggye-ri nuclear test site to crumble, researchers at the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei told the Hong Kong-based news outlet.

“The North Korean government should stop the tests as they pose a huge threat not only to North Korea but to other countries, especially China,” Wang said.

On Sunday, the DPRK tested what they say is a hydrogen bomb designed for deployment on ballistic missiles. “Sunday’s blast was followed by an earthquake eight minutes later, which China’s seismic authorities interpreted as a cave-in triggered by the explosion,” the Post noted.

While the testing of the hydrogen bomb made waves in news coverage across the world, Sputnik reported back on June 26 that North Korean military scientists had the capability to produce materials needed for such an explosive device, particularly tritium. Stanford University professor Siegfried Hecker said at the time “the evidence is quite clear” Pyongyang had the technical capability for making an H-bomb. Hecker estimates the DPRK has 25 nuclear warheads tucked away in its stockpile.

The size of the explosion is the most significant development resulting from the latest test, Hans Kristensen, director of the Nuclear Information Project at the Federation of American Scientists, told Loud & Clear on Tuesday.

​”The ranges I hear are from 100 to 250 kiloton, depending on who you ask. That’s a significant increase from the 10-20 kiloton [explosion] they had in previous tests,” Kristensen said.

Meet the Doctor Who Made Gaddafi Shiver

SPUTNIK–Serbian otolaryngologist, Professor Novak Vukoje is a world-famous specialist on apnea and snoring and one of the few people who could make Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi shiver.

Gaddafi was Vukoje’s patient and was not ashamed to confess that the Serbian doctor made him nervous.

“I am proud that I had the opportunity to get to know him. For the first time we talked in his tent in 2006. He then invited the national television to film our conversation. But no one feels careless before a surgical operation and he [Gaddafi] confessed: The whole of Libya stands in awe of me, and I am in awe of the Serbian surgeon,” Vukoje recalled in an interview with Sputnik Serbia.

The doctor explained that before he met the Libyan leader, he performed a surgery on one of the Libyan ministers who were on a visit to Belgrade and had severe apnea attacks. The politician later recommended Vukoje to the Libyan leader.

“I spent quite a lot of time with him… and in general, I would like to say that during Gaddafi’s reign the life in Libya was very good. I traveled across world, but Libya was the only country where I did not see beggars on the streets. The state authorities helped everyone to live decently,” he noted.

In Vukoje’s opinion, there were external forces who were interested in Libya’s political collapse.

“It is like the domino effect: you find three dissatisfied people, then you find three more, and then three more again. This is how this unfortunate war began, and you see how it ended. A general who drove me there says that people simply have nothing to eat, no water, no gasoline. This is a nightmare,” Vukoje concluded.

Libya has been mired in a civil war since its longtime leader Gaddafi was overthrown in 2011. A UN-backed government of national accord controls the country’s west and has its headquarters in Tripoli. Eastern Libya is now governed by a parliament based in Tobruk, which is backed by the Libyan National Army loyal to Gen. Khalifa Haftar.


White House weighs unprecedented plan to privatize much of the war in Afghanistan

The White House is actively considering a bold plan to turn over a big chunk of the U.S. war in Afghanistan to private contractors in an effort to turn the tide in a stalemated war, according to the former head of a security firm pushing the project.

Under the proposal, 5,500 private contractors, primarily former Special Operations troops, would advise Afghan combat forces. The plan also includes a 90-plane private air force that would provide air support in the nearly 16-year-old war against Taliban insurgents, Erik Prince, founder of the Blackwater security firm, told USA TODAY.

The unprecedented proposal comes as the U.S.-backed Afghan military faces a stalemate in the war and growing frustration by President Trump about the lack of progress in the war.

The U.S. military has 8,400 U.S. troops there to train and guide local forces. They do not have a direct combat role, and presumably would be replaced gradually by the contractors.

The plan remains under serious consideration within the White House despite misgivings by Trump’s national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, an Army three-star general, and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. Other White House officials, such as chief strategist Stephen Bannon, appear open to using private contractors.

“At what point do you say a conventional military approach in Afghanistan is not working,” said Prince, a former Navy SEAL. “Maybe we say that at 16 years.”

Blackwater, founded 1997, worked extensively in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Prince sold the company in 2010.

Jalisco New Generation Cartel reportedly makes new members eat flesh of victims

According to El País, an international publication, two teenagers confessed to authorities that they were forced to eat the flesh of their victims as an initiation into the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) in Mexico earlier this year.

The publication reported that the 16- and 17-year-olds told officials in Tabasco, a Mexican state on the southern tip of the country, some flesh-eating occurred in May during an incident involving the CJNG.

Cartel members, the publication reported, busted into a car dealership in Tabasco on motorcycles, decapitated five people and left a signed note on May 22.

Four days later, another dismembered body was discovered west of Tabasco in Nacajuca, according to El País.

After authorities connected both incidents to the CJNG, they discovered parts of the body found in Nacajuca stored in a freezer in one of the cartel’s houses, according to El País. The teenage members of the cartel were drugged and had to eat some of the victim’s flesh, the publication reported.

Nearly Half of Americans Believe in Aliens, According to New Survey

Nearly half of Americans believe in aliens, and nearly as many think aliens are visiting Earth, according to a new survey. Fewer than 20% believe in alien abduction, and even fewer claim that they have seen a UFO.

20th Century Fox Home Entertainment commissioned the survey as part of its promotional campaign for the Blu-ray release of the movie “Phoenix Forgotten.” The film is a sci-fi thriller set during the mass UFO sighting in Phoenix in 1997 that is referred to as “The Phoenix Lights.” The film was produced by Ridley Scott, whose producer and director credits include “Alien” and “The Martian.”

“The Phoenix Lights phenomenon of March 13, 1997, led us to introduce a survey to find out what Americans believe about aliens,” a representative from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment told “From our survey, we found that nearly half (47%) believe in aliens but less than a fifth think they’ve ever seen a UFO or alien themselves.”

More than 1,700 Americans took part in the survey that was conducted by communications and public relations firm Cohn and Wolfe.

Humanity is one asteroid impact away from being wiped out

JAYSON VELEY–If a natural disaster such as a hurricane or a tornado is coming your way, it will inevitably cause a significant amount of damage, but at least you could have the chance to get out of harms way. But how would you evacuate in the event of a natural disaster from outer space, capable of wiping out entire species in a relatively short amount of time? Is the potential for an asteroid colliding with earth one of our planet’s greatest threats?

“Sooner or later we will get… a minor or major impact,” says Rolf Densing, head of the European Space Operations Centre (ESOC) in Darmstadt, Germany. Densing explained that even though we may not be alive to see it happen, “the risk that Earth will get hit in a devastating event one day is very high.”

Asteroid sizes range from just a few millimeters to over 6 miles in length, which astrophysicists believe is the size of the space rock that wiped out the dinosaurs millions of years ago. What’s worse is that if one of these gigantic asteroids were to enter Earth’s atmosphere again, there’s really nothing we would be able to do to stop it.

“We are not ready to defend ourselves” in the event that an asteroid begins falling towards our planet, said Densing. “We have no active planetary defense measures.”

We know that the largest types of asteroids – the kind that are capable of wiping out all life on our planet – strike Earth about once every 100 million years. But even though we have a general idea of the impact frequency of these behemoth space rocks, there are still many things we don’t know. How big will it be exactly? Will it wipe out all of humanity, or will there be survivors? And by the time a giant asteroid does begin falling towards Earth, will we have the technology to intercept it or destroy it?

Over the past several years, NASA has been working on a program called the Planetary Defense Coordination Office, which locates objects in space, like asteroids, and issues warnings when an impact with Earth is possible (RELATED: NASA only has a 10 percent chance of detecting asteroids before they hit Earth.) Likewise, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency is in the process of acquiring $450 million to send an advanced telescope into space in order to track giant space rocks that could potentially collide with our planet.

But studying and tracking asteroids near Earth is only half of the battle, because all of the data in the world wouldn’t be able to stop one of these rocky behemoths from slamming into our world. We would still be faced with the task of either pushing the asteroid out of the way or blowing it to pieces.

Jason P. Dworkin of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland says that the action taken to intercept an asteroid depends on certain factors, like how much time we have and the asteroid’s shape. “If it was up to me, I would send a rocket with some titanium dioxide on it and paint it white, and have that Yarkovksy effect accelerate, and move it away from the Earth,” Dworkin explained. He adds, “If you have something like 50 years, that could deflect it enough, and it might be a whole lot simpler than sending up nuclear weapons.”

Given the numerous threats that we are already trying to deal with today, it’s understandable that the potential of an asteroid hitting Earth is not something that is often discussed. However, it is important that we not only continue to track asteroids floating around in outer space, but also that we continue to develop new technology that one day could be used to save the human race.

Officials “very sorry” for fining little girl over lemonade stand

A British man and his young daughter have gained international attention after being fined for selling lemonade outside.

Andre Spicer said his 5-year-old daughter was left in tears after local council officers fined her 150 pounds ($195) for selling lemonade without a license near their home in London.

The girl was selling home-made lemonade to fans attending the Lovebox festival when she was fined.

Spicer wrote an article about the experience for the Daily Telegraph that gathered hundreds of comments and shares online.

He said his daughter had loved the idea of setting up a lemonade stand near their home to cater to festival goers.

“She just wanted to put a smile on people’s faces. She was really proud of herself,” he said, according to BBC News.