Why was Nazi criminal Adolf Heusinger never prosecuted and then allowed to be NATO’s Chief Of The Military Staff in 1961?
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO, is a group bent on world domination. The Strategic Studies Institute of the U.S. Army War College published a paper called ‘NATO Strategy In A New World Order‘ which is quite revealing. But in the days after World War II, NATO put a man in power who was an intimate insider in Adolf Hitler’s regime of terror and genocide. Instead of being prosecuted for war crimes, Adolf Heusinger retained global power and authority because he ‘was cooperative’ with the New World Order elites.
General Adolf Heusinger (August 4, 1897 – November 30, 1982) was a German general officer who served as Adolf Hitler’s Chief of the General Staff of the Army during World War II and then served as the first Inspector General of the Bundeswehr, the West German armed forces, from 1957 to 1961. Heusinger also served as Chairman of the NATO Military Committee from 1961 to 1964.
Former Nazi Chief moves on to become NATO Chairman:
According to documents released by the German intelligence agency (Bundesnachrichtendienst, or BND) in 2014, Heusinger may have been part of the Schnez-Truppe, a secret army that veterans of the Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS sought to establish in the early ’50s. He was, according to news reports, wanted by the Russians in respect of organizing the Koriukivka massacre (mass murder of 6,700 residents of Koriukivka in Ukraine on 1-2 March 1943 by German SS. On 9 March, the Germans returned to Koriukivka and burned alive some elderly people who had returned to the village after escaping thinking it was safe).
In 1950, Heusinger became an advisor on military matters to Konrad Adenauer, the first Chancellor of West Germany. With the establishment of the West Germany Army Bundeswehr in 1955, Heusinger returned to military service. He was appointed a Generalleutnant (lieutenant general) on November 12, 1955. in the Bundeswehr and chairman of the Military Leadership Council.
In March 1957, he succeeded Hans Speidel as chief of the Bundeswehr’s all-armed forces department.
Shortly thereafter, in June 1957, Heusinger was promoted to full general and named the first Inspector General of the Bundeswehr, and served in that capacity until March 1961. In April 1961, he was appointed Chairman of the NATO Military Committee in Washington, D.C., where he served until 1964, when he retired.
In a document obtained via the Freedom Of Information Act, a previously-secret CIA document revealed the reason why Heusinger was never prosecuted:
Upon surrendering to U. S. Army authorities in May 1945, the question of his implication as a war criminal arose in connection with certain orders he signed and forwarded which sealed the fate of captured Russian political indoctrination officers and Allied commandos. However, in view of Heusinger’s cooperative attitude at Nuernberg and the fact that he had only initialed the orders in transmittal, no action was undertaken.
So after being an architect of Hitler’s Third Reich, Adolf Heusinger got off scot-free because he cooperated with the ruling elites who rewarded him for his cooperation by giving him leadership of the NATO Military Committee.
The New World Order always takes care of their own.