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Carringtons Courage: WWII Bilderberg origin wargame scenario

 
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2017 1:00 am    Post subject: Carringtons Courage: WWII Bilderberg origin wargame scenario Reply with quote

The two Bilderberg chairmen culpable for the WWII Arnhem disaster. A betrayal too far.



For those of you who haven't been following my work linking Oosterbeek, Peter Carrington, Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands and the spy King Kong, uncovered by Colonel Oreste Pinto, to the September 1944 betrayal of the battle of Nijmegen and Arnhem, here's the unusually nerdy (for me) fruit of quite a bit of work.

Set-up scenarios for two historical table-top war-games of Operation Market Garden which recreates the situation as it was on the evening of Wednesday 20th September 1944 as Captain Peter Carrington sat in his Grenadier Guards Sherman tank on the North bank of the Waal. Not being a very good soldier as the 1st Airborne soldiers were finished off up a virtually clear road nine miles, or 20 minutes in a Sherman tank away in Arnhem.
His and his C.O. General Horrocks' failure to move on was, according to the recently deceased Major Tony Hibbert who fought at the Arnhem bridge and Captain Moffatt T Burriss who fought at the Nijmegen bridge an appaling decision which led to the failure of an operation which would have crippled the Nazi war machine. It looks to me a deliberate move to subvert Monty by traitors in the Allies who'd done deals to exchange safe passage for Nazi war criminals, for crateloads of gold. According to both men The GG's 17 hour 'break' in Lent added a full four months to the end-slog of WWII. http://www.bilderberg.org/courage.htm

I wrote about it all here
http://www.globalresearch.ca/history-of-world-war-ii-commemorating-the-enigmatic-battle-of-arnhem/5399962

And my research was discussed in German 'Contra Magazine' here
http://www.contra-magazin.com/2014/05/bilderberger-ss-und-das-vierte-reich/

I was even privileged to be rubbished in the US 'National Review' here
http://www.nationalreview.com/article/388224/obsession-too-far-tim-cavanaugh

Anyway - if you have either of these two games you too can now support my work to the tune of a £15.00 cheque/PO donation for the 12 page set-up sheets, play the Carrington's Courage scenario and see how easy, or difficult, it would have been for Capt. Carrington and his colleagues to get to Arnhem that evening, smash through to the Ruhr, avoid the massacre in the 'witches cauldron, cause ruination to Hitler's supply lines, and finish the war by Christmas 1944.

Speaking of which trust you all got the intel that Bilderberg looks to be in Chantilly this year.
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