Many of today’s most heavily-used tobacco pesticide chemicals are the direct straight-line descendants of Germany’s WWII nerve gas experiments on Jews, Gypsies, Gays, Homeless, Dissenters, Communists, and other Nazi-designated sub-humans.
This is particularly true of Zyklon B, the gas used to murder millions of people. That same gas, and the technology for it, has been passed down by clandestine ownership transfers to a company now operating in America and using the chemical technology of Zyklon B to fumigate American Tobacco warehouses. If there’s just a tiny error in application, residues of the Nazi nerve gas remain on the tobacco and American smokers receive little whiffs of Auschwitz with every puff. The fix is in with the US government, which stays out of the way while the descendants of the original WWII Nazis do their work in pesticide industry labs, protected by walls of money and political corruption.
German nerve gas experiments on humans began long before the concentration camps of WWII. Since the 1920’s, German chemical companies had been experimenting on people snared by the quasi-government hunter squads they sent out at night to find suitable subjects. These people, usually but not always the homeless and lost, were swept away, classified as “defective” by corrupt magistrates, and taken beyond civil surveillance to be used and disposed of anonymously in human experimentation.
The Nazi “doctors” of the extermination camps were only part of a long line that began many years before, powered by the mad Teutonic vision of a “Thousand Year Reich”. The Auschwitz concentration camp was purpose-built right next to the huge IG Farben chemical plant where Zyklon B was manufactured using slave labor. So convenient. So efficient. We use them to make it (dangerous stuff – can’t use our guys) and then we use it to exterminate them. So Nazi.
And now, the descendants of the same master race chemical companies that enthusiastically invented and tested lethal gasses on those they conveniently called sub-humans are supplying the world with pesticides designed to kill everything that moves, flies and crawls. Aside from a few Japanese companies with similar human experimentation as the basis for their agrichemical expertise, German chemical companies and their disguised descendants dominate world agriculture.
Here’s an example of how deeply the Nazis have penetrated the tobacco industry.
The agrichemical company Detia Degesch is a direct descendent of IG Farben and inheritor of the IG Farben killing gas Zyklon B which it marketed for years as “Cyanosil” for use as a fumigant on warehoused agricultural crops. As of 2019 Cyanosil had been updated a little but the killing technology first invented by the Nazis is still in full use. In fact, it’s the most heavily used tobacco fumigant in America along with its sister Phosphine. It’s just so good at killing everything.
This company, directly descended from the Nazi empire, is operating in the US using the exact gas technology used to exterminate millions of people to kill bugs on tobacco stored in US warehouses. Of course the company also has other specialized, newer gasses that it markets, but the chemicals used for tobacco fumigation are solidly grounded on the Nazi nerve gasses from WWII.
As professional as the Germans are, not everyone can keep their mouths shut. Here is one German pesticide company executive bragging about how their updated version of Zyklon B performs while conforming to published tobacco industry (CORESTA) safety guidelines:
“Adhering to the dosages, concentrations, and exposure times recommended in the relevant CORESTA Guide No. 2 will ensure that all four life cycles of an insect (that is, egg, larvae, pupae, and adult) are reliably exterminated. Almost needless to say that rodents also perish during treatment.”
You did read that right. All the so-called vermin died too. The representative of Zyklon B is very pleased. Everything that should be dead is dead, with some bonus points for rats. Nazi science at its best.
So the big unasked question is – after they gas the bugs and rats, does any of the Nazi nerve gas remain on the tobacco products? Since nobody in the US government tests these products for nerve gas residues or any other pesticide residues, we just have trust the manufacturers.
An aptly-named executive Baldur Grunt brags:
“Detia Degesch product solutions are considered the ‘golden standard’ in fumigation treatment in any part of the world where tobacco is grown, processed, stored or transported, both for export and import.”
Herr Grunt is very proud that the same chemical used so effectively to exterminate millions of people by his company’s predecessors is now the “Gold Standard” for exterminating bugs (and incidentally rats) in tobacco warehouses.
He is also apparently confident that, when used as directed by illiterate warehouse workers in Zimbabwe and Bangaladesh and South Carolina, there will be no residues on the tobacco.
He says so right here:
“The primary chemical method used today for infestation control is through thorough fumigation with an agent releasing phosphine (PH3), a gas resulting from a chemical reaction of phosphide compounds with air humidity. Despite the phosphine agent’s ability to permeate packaging materials, including cellophane wrapping, and to penetrate deeply into even highly compressed tobacco, treatment will not leave behind chemical residues if the procedure is executed correctly and in line with established protocols.”
Notice that little CYA “if the procedure is executed correctly …”?
However, the bugs appear to have other ideas. Lo and behold, tobacco warehouses around the world are having to use more and more Nazi nerve gas because the bugs are all becoming resistant. But not to worry – the manufacturer knows that you can exceed the limits all you want because nobody is looking. They’ve made sure of that – the fix is in, and they have people in high places.
“Look”, they tell the user, “this is the most effective gas on the market. If it isn’t killing everything you’re either doing it wrong or not using enough.”
You’re urged by the manufacturer to be careful to follow the guidelines, which of course you will be as long as all the bugs and rats are killed. You’re also told that due to bug resistance, if any are still alive after treatment, all you have to do is shut the doors and increase the gas. Remember – nobody is watching. Nobody cares.
“CORESTA in its Guideline No. 2 (“Phosphine Fumigation Parameters for the Control of Cigarette Beetle and Tobacco Moth”, revised version of October 2013) to advise that “…all possible efforts must be made to enforce good fumigation practices to control infestation and minimize the development and spread of phosphine resistance.”
“The newest study of this phenomena was conducted by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service (USDA ARS). During this as of yet unpublished study on highly-tolerant insects, it was determined that control can still be achieved when phosphine gas concentrations are maintained between 500 and 1,000ppm.”
“All possible efforts”? Good advice.
Well, it sure looks like the USDA is helping the Nazis test their new nerve gas based on Zyklon B technology, doesn’t it? We avoided bombing their nerve gas factories during the war, then after the war we helped them rebuild the factories and hide their ownership, and now we’re helping them gas American smokers. Could there be some secret Eugenics-loving Nazis in key positions in the US government? Look at who the Tobacco industry is killing – aren’t most American smokers, the vast majority, people who the original Nazis would consider disposable sub-humans? Particularly if it can be done quietly, efficiently and at a very nice profit, while literally taxing the victims to death along the way.
Does anyone really think the most powerful of the Nazis just folded up and went away, simply because they were defeated by an upstart industrial power with crude but endless machinery and manpower?
If this is news, here it is – they were not really defeated, and they have not gone away. Many of them were never even German – many of the world’s wealthy were and are Nazis. See here and here. They fancy themselves knights of the Thousand Year Reich, and they are all here, now, whole families and secret clans of them, and among their most successful businesses has been selling poisoned cigarettes to American children.
How sweet for these latter-day Nazis, with ancestral memories of American GI’s buying their Frauleins for a Lucky Strike or pair of nylons. To be able to put tobacco secretly spiked with nerve gas and reproductive toxins in the hands and bodies of the children and grandchildren of those GI’s who humiliated them? How lovely. (Speaking of Nazi connections with grandchildren, check out the ownership of Krispy Kreme. Nazi families have stashed their blood wealth everywhere.)
And American smokers die just like the bugs and rats in a tobacco warehouse, only more in slow motion so nobody really notices.. The Nazis notice, and smile approvingly, but everyone else just says “Oh, they were smokers. Well, what did they expect?” More importantly, those smokers keep buying cigarettes – and paying 50% of the price of each pack to the government, all the way to the grave.
Government actually makes a little more in total from a pack of cigarettes than the Tobacco Cartel, but everybody’s in this as partners, and it’s in everybody’s interest to keep the game going.
It doesn’t stop with agriculture. While their pesticide companies are busy polluting the world food chain and tobacco products with nerve agents their pharmaceutical companies, also evolved directly from Nazi roots and applying intellectual property derived directly from concentration camp experiments, keep creating “new” versions of old Nazi chemicals to “treat” all those mysterious diseases that seem arise from endocrine system disorders caused by … who knows? Modern life sure is mysterious.
The science for some inexplicable reason is slow in coming, but it will ultimately be seen that it’s the pesticides and other agricultural chemicals, in the tobacco and the diet, that are the root cause of most modern diseases.
In the diet their effect is very hard to see – not so in the tobacco, which is why the industry has tried so desperately to keep the pesticide secret for so long. You can see the results of pesticide contamination in tobacco – you just have to penetrate the carefully erected screens of disinformation and illusion.
After WWII the master Nazi chemical company, IG Farben, ironically started by brilliant Jewish scientists in the 1920’s, was forced to go through a charade of divestiture of all its properties and companies, and any inventions based on human experimentation were supposed to be discarded. I call it a charade because IG Farben was totally protected during the Nuremberg trials by American wealth that had profited from WWII and wasn’t about to let a few million inconvenient deaths interfere with business. The IG Farben empire was simply re-arranged a little by cooperative Americans and Brits in Nuremberg working for their secret masters back home, and those few IG Farben executives who did go to prison were out again and serving on the Boards of the new chemical companies within months.
It was no coincidence that IG Farben HQ had never been bombed during the war, and that wealthy Americans and Europeans intervened through Roosevelt and Churchill to stop planned attacked on key IG Farben chemical plants and headquarters. There were many among the wealthy elite on both sides of the Atlantic who saw great virtue in the mad science of eugenics and saw also that great profit lay in the proper use of all that interesting nerve gas.
Here’s how the Nazi thinking after Nuremberg must have gone:
We lost the war but we have our chemical industry, and we know how to use that industry to continue to advance our vision. We will change our names and hide our trail – we have many friends. We will take tobacco, a product that generations of people are already addicted to but that is expensive to produce because it requires intensive human labor. We know all about labor, and we know chemicals. We get rid of that labor and use chemicals instead. We will use the accumulated wealth of tobacco fortunes in America and Europe, whose families are sympathizers to our cause, and we will begin to drain the wealth and vitality out of the sub-humans of the world with tobacco products designed for that purpose. We will ensure that there is a steady supply of replacement smokers.
We’ll produce that Tobacco without inconvenient laws because the American wealthy already control their regulators. Europe will be more of a problem but we’ll manage because everything is in chaos and so we can rebuild the chemical industry our way and even have the Americans help us do it. We will spare no expense on advertising and marketing, hiring the best minds and using the most advanced techniques. We will place every possible opponent on our payroll, secretly and without their knowledge when necessary, and we will design tobacco products so that they extract the highest possible proportion of the user’s income from as early an age as possible right up until their death, at which point one or more of their children would have already stepped in to take their place using our product? Brilliant, yah?
However, in Germany we will have the strictest pesticide residue laws in the world for tobacco products, because we know exactly why smokers are dying, don’t we?
Clearly the tobacco industry was the right choice for the new Nazis. It showed highest legal profit per acre in the world. It had the highest labor cost in the world. If you bring down the labor cost, you increase the profit. Pay off everyone to ignore the chemicals – just pretend they don’t exist – but let the politicians pose against tobacco, let the prohibitionists preach against it, let the doctors and scientists follow the red herrings we lay out for them, and let the regulators make piles of paper and covering our trail for us until they retire on a nice “Good German” federal pension. We already know that nobody cared what we did to the Jews at the time, and there haven’t really been any consequences since. It will be the same with tobacco.
If you click the following link, which is to an internet tobacco industry memo on the pesticide issues I was raising in 1998, you may notice that the global tobacco industry pesticide committee meets in Frankfurt, Germany, home of I.G. Farben, located in a building complex now called “The Pentagon of Europe”. The War Room sounds like an appropriate place for the Tobacco Cartel Pesticide Committee to meet and discuss what they’re going to do about the pesticide issue in the US. That was 1997. Want to bet that the Tobacco Master Settlement was part of the strategy that came out of the “Pentagon of Europe”? Here’s the link:
They Can’t Claim They Didn’t Know