General Motors is pro New World Order

Paul Adams, J.D., reports for Activist Post, Nov. 12, 2012, that on a recent visit to the Irvine Spectrum Center, a large retail mall in Southern California, he saw several Cadillacs displayed throughout the mall and representatives answering questions.

But what surprised Adams was this huge Cadillac banner hanging over the main walkway of the mall:

The banner reads: “Luxury has a New World Order.”

Adams asks:

What does that mean? Why is Cadillac pushing the New World Order so openly? Surely their marketing team knows that a considerable percentage of the population is familiar with the New World Order and oppose fascist totalitarian corporate world government run by the most degenerate and usurious of bankster occultists.

Being a corporate whore of the New World Order is nothing new for General Motors, the parent company of Cadillac, or Ford or Chrysler. All three automakers were crucial to the Nazi war effort.

When American GIs invaded Europe in June 1944, they did so in jeeps, trucks and tanks manufactured by the Big Three motor companies in one of the largest crash militarization programs ever undertaken. It came as an unpleasant surprise to discover that the enemy was also driving trucks manufactured by Ford and Opel — a 100 percent GM-owned subsidiary — and flying Opel-built warplanes. (Chrysler’s role in the German rearmament effort was much less significant.)

“I regard Henry Ford as my inspiration,” Hitler told a Detroit News reporter two years before becoming the German chancellor in 1933, explaining why he kept a life-size portrait of the American automaker next to his desk.

In July 1938, four months after the German annexation of Austria, he accepted the highest medal that Nazi Germany could bestow on a foreigner, the Grand Cross of the German Eagle. The following month, a senior executive for General Motors, James Mooney, received a similar medal for his “distinguished service” to the Reich.

In 1935, GM agreed to build a new plant near Berlin to produce the aptly named “Blitz” truck, which would later be used by the German army for its blitzkreig attacks on Poland, France and the Soviet Union. German Ford was the second-largest producer of trucks for the German army after GM/Opel, according to U.S. Army reports. Speaking of the New World Order, the Irvine Spectrum Center is owned by the Irvine Company, chaired by reclusive real estate billionaire Donald Bren.

According to Adams, there’s an unconfirmed claim that Bren is a Free Mason. Some researchers also say that Bren has attended the occult Bohemian Grove.

The Bohemian Grove is an annual 2-weeks-long gathering of very powerful men in a 2,700-acre campground amidst old-growth redwood trees in Northern California’s Monte Rio. The retreat culminates in a bizarre “Cremation of Care” ceremony before a 40-ft tall concrete owl that some say is the representation of an ancient Canaanite god, Moloch.

H/t Sage_brush

~Eowyn

4 responses to “General Motors is pro New World Order

  1. Another company to boycott.

  2. Friends, this is very far from new info, but it’s more openly known now, as compared to fifty years ago. I don’t like the term ‘conspiracy theory’ because the MSM deliberately made it a derisive one, to distract people from looking into it. Instead, if we use ‘long-term business arrangements’ instead, you’ll find that everything immediately makes sense, for that’s what these are: profits before mere people.

    To these creeps we are what Heinrich Kissinger [his real name] has said: ‘useless eaters’, and end of story.

  3. so… back I go to my horse and buggy.

  4. Cadillac… because all those UN, third-world dictator and rich leftist megalomanics need some flattering to drive.

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