“The Crimea is a paradise that rivals the French Riviera!” mused SS Fuhrer-General Heinrich Himmler after Sevastopol was bombed to rubble. “All ethnic groups were to be slain or deported and the peninsula converted to an exclusive Garden of Eden!” Canadian researcher Heather Pringle told me at a UN NGO meeting. She had authored “The Master Plan” on the conquest of Eurasia.
“Himmler believed that the ancient Nordic peoples spread civilization eastward as far as India they supposedly being Indo-European Aryans!” she said, “And Himmler efficiently mobilized various scholars, experts, and explorers to prove his racial theories to the Germanic people.”
“Well I can prove to any child that I have eleven fingers by counting backward from ten to six on one hand, and then telling them to add the five fingers from my other hand!” I retorted, she then saying, “Well I’m not a child, but unfortunately many adults can be duped by pseudo-scientific experts who believe their own nonsense!”
“Himmler made overtures to join with America against Russia, but he was rejected and committed suicide. However, he had succeeded in proving a truth: ‘Figures don’t lie, but liars figure!” she wrote in a personal note to me.
I then went to the movies to see George Clooney in “Monument Man.” as it fit into one the themes Ms. Pringle had written about in her book.