May 10, 2011

Did Hitler simply seize power through a few inspirational speeches, or did he use fear, intimidation, and a well funded propaganda campaign (backed by wealthy industrialists who thought Fascism would be a great way to boost the bottom line) to drive his country into war?
The story of IG Farben is an Enron executive's wet dream. IG Farben was the German industrial monopoly that turned the once Democratic Germany into a tool for terror and global domination simply because it was good for business.
Mussolini said, "Fascism, should more apropriately be called Corporatism, because it is the merger of State and Corporate Power." But more to the point, Fascism is great for the bottom line. Especially if your Business is war.
If you've never heard of IG Farben, then the real story of Hitler's rise to power and the Military Industrial Complex that backed him may come as a shock. Especially given the parallels and connections between the administrations of both the Bush Presidents who were backed by many of the same people and corporations that backed Hitler.

[From 1938 to 1946, Joseph Borkin was the chief of the Patent and Cartel section of the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice in Washington, and was responsible for the wartime investigation and prosecution of the cartels dominated by I. G. Farben. During the war, he published Germany's Master Plan which led the Associated Press to say: "Joseph Borkin probably knows more about I. G. than anyone outside of it".]

The Crime and Punishment of IG Farben (Joseph Borkin, 1979)


  1. A couple of days ago (according to the rss) you uploaded this album but with a diffrent cover. Is there a chance that you might upload that cover again?


  2. yeah. my bad.
    i got confused with other blog (i had lots of thing maked as unread and got mixed up).

    sorry :D