How Two Americans Helped Found the European Union

Vernon Coleman





Several Americans helped the Nazis create the EU. The two most important were brothers: Allen Dulles and John Foster Dulles. The two Dulles brothers were both lawyers who had a number of rather dubious associations. Before the start of the Second World War, both brothers worked for a law firm which had associations with IG Farben – the company which ran Auschwitz.

Allen Dulles, was a lawyer, diplomat and administrator. During World War II, Allen Dulles worked in Switzerland as a spymaster and served in the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the forerunner of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

After the War, Dulles protected many Nazis, helped them hide their pasts and arranged for them to be given high posts in the `new’ Germany (which, did not in truth, seem very different to the old one). He became the first chief of the Central Intelligence Agency.

John Foster Dulles was a lawyer and politician.

After the First World War, JF Dulles helped design the Dawes Plan, which reduced the amount of money Germany had to pay in reparation and agreed a loan of $200 million from the United States. JF Dulles’s loyalty to Germany continued in World War II.

`We should seek the political reorganisation of continental Europe as a federated commonwealth,’ said John Foster Dulles in 1941. ‘This can be assured through federal principles, which in this respect are very flexible. But the re-establishment of some twenty five wholly independent sovereign states in Europe would be political folly.’

Throughout the war, John Foster Dulles maintained links with German industry so that Nazi business would not be interrupted at the end of the War.

John Foster Dulles’s sympathy for Germany continued after the Second World War but despite this, he was Chief Foreign Policy adviser to Thomas E Dewey in the 1944 and 1948 elections. When Eisenhower won the 1952 Presidential election, John Foster Dulles became Secretary of State from 1953 to 1959.

Both Dulles brothers had powerful influence behind the scenes and were instrumental in helping the Nazis develop the European Union.

Many powerful Americans, influenced by corporations which had huge business interests in Germany, were keen to ensure that Germany recovered quickly from the War and could lead the European Union which had been planned since the 1930s by Hitler and the Nazi party.

American military hero General Patton (another Founding Father of the EU) believed that Russia was a major threat to Europe and could only be held back if a United States of Europe were created.

Despite the fact that the Americans did everything they could to expedite the formation of the European Union – with Germany in control – neither Dulles brother is ever listed in the EU approved lists of founding fathers. There is, however, little doubt that both were responsible for putting into practice the American enthusiasm for the formation of a United States of Europe controlled by Germany.

For more information about the founding of the EU (and how the Americans and the Bank of England helped the Nazis complete Hitler’s dream of a United States of Europe controlled by Germany) read The Shocking History of the EU – available on Amazon as an eBook and a paperback.

Copyright Vernon Coleman April 2019



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