Did Hitler aged 97 or was he father Crespi ?

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PostWed Aug 17, 2011 10:08 pm » by Theprophet

Well i found this last weekend.
I was searching actually for a video of Hitler beeing filmed in the 60's or 70's sitting in a banch with on both side's bodyguards, he self was dressed in the typical german green war clothing.

But when i was looking i found out that Hitler actually aged 97 or even they frozen his body in 1979. I'm facinated about his escape i don't know why. I also spoke to some old SS-ers that still believe in the Führer and his idea's they actually saying we are living in Hitlers 3th reich back in time we where in the pre-3th reich they say then. ( can't say their wrong... ein reich is europe it expands more and more, ein volk, we have to call ourselfs european ofcourse no one can ever be proud to call itself a European, Ein Führer well not actually one but van Rompuy, Sarkozy, Angela etc are making the big decission, we got one coin etc etc)
Before saying i'm telling crap about this old SS-ers; it's pretty easy to speak old SS-ers / nazi's in eldern homes, we got those eldern homes a lot in holland, and i'm not living that far from the German Border, there they got also a lot.
And don't forget still a lot of 92+ are still very healthy.

But to go back on topic here is what i read.
Could it be real ?

Aging 107
Father Crespi
Are u ready..... Are u ready, do you know, i seen you to, are you ready, i got to show, i feel this for you...... feel this for you........

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PostWed Aug 17, 2011 11:03 pm » by Flecktarn

you might find this interesting

Hitler Died In 1960
Trans-Andean Journalist
Posits Bold Hypothesis In Book
From Scott Corrales

"Hitler Died In Argentina In 1960"
-- Abel Basti, author of 'Bariloche Nazi':

Basti is now at work on a second book, where he says he will present proof of the Führer's presence in Argentina.

Claims the Führer escaped Germany by submarine and spent his last days
in Bariloche with Eva Braun.

By Diego Zúñiga Contreras
From Las Ultimas Noticias (Santiago de Chile)
July 11, 2004

On July 28, 1945, two former crewmen of the Admiral Graf Spee battleship welcomed--under the greatest secrecy--two submarines from Europe. The operation would repeat itself. One of those submarines conveyed Adolf Hitler.
This is the main thesis of the book Bariloche Nazi. Sitios históricos relacionados al nacionalsocialismo (Nazi Bariloche: Historic Sites Related to National Socialism) from Argentinean journalist Abel Basti. The text, published in February, is a tour guide to visit the sites inhabited by German leaders in the Trans-Andean south, and challenges the official story about the Fuhrer committing suicide in his bunker on April 30, 1945.

Basti, who left Buenos Aires in 1978 to work as a forest ranger in Bariloche, looked into the subject when he covered the extradition to Italy of Nazi captain Erich Priebke in 1995.
"He was detained in Bariloche. I wasn't into the nazi subject, but due to work reasons it was necessary to satisfy the need for information. From that moment onward I delved into certain avenues of research," says the author.

-When do traces of Hitler's presence in southern Argentina emerge?

-Based on certain eyewitness accounts, that are complemented with historic revisionism, since the absence of evidence regarding the suicide is notorious. And if Hitler didn't kill himself and escaped, what he obtained in Argentina is valuable.
-What other proof have you found?

-Eyewitness accounts from qualified people who were with Hitler in Argentina and who agree with FBI, British Intelligence, and Argentinean Navy documents discussing the presence of Nazi subs in the South Atlantic in July and August 1945. Furthermore, there is more information coming to light that contradicts the alleged suicide.

-Well, there's always been a sort of "cloud" around the subject.
-Yes, mainly because the proof needed to substantiate a death isn't thre. Furthermore, the first official reports talk of an escape. In other words, when the Red Army entered the bunker, Stalin asked for a confirmation of Hitler's death and the general in charge says he can't, because there is no body. Even Germany declared [Hitler] dead in 1955 after presuming him dead.

-Your book is focused on the alleged arrival of submarines in Patagonia. When did they arrive?

-What I've investigated, along with contributions from Europe, is that it was a convoy evacuating the Nazi high command, consisting of at least 10 submersibles with 60 persons aboard each.
Sailors' Confessions

Another clue that in Basti's opinion sheds light on the arrival of the Nazis in Argentina are the accounts of two sailors who participated in their reception: "In 1950, two sailors from the Graf Spee, a German vessel sunk by its own crew on the River Plate, said that they received at least two submarines in Patagonia on July 28, 1945

-How did that happen?

-They say that they slept in a Patagonian ranch and in the early morning hours were on hand to recieve the submarines. They brought trucks and loaded baggage and people onto them. One reseacher spoke with the sailors (who are now dead) and they confirmed the story. On the other hand, we have the proof of the evacuation and on the other, the discovery of the sunken subs."
-Finding them would be even better confirmation...

-They've been detected through magnetometers. The problem is that there is a lot of sand covering them.

Translation (c) 2004. S. Corrales, IHU. Special thanks to Liliana Nuñez O.

From Stephen Lindsey

Hi Jeff,

Your readers will be interested to know that the FBI used to have a "reading room" on their website with various historical files on subjects from UFO's to Hitler's escape to Argentina that corroborate this story. These documents do not seem to be available online any more, I may be wrong though. Please check blackvault.com, which may have archived them.

I read them all for kicks one night. Of note are eye witness accounts of seeing Hitler disembarking a submarine upon arrival in South America, Hitler in Buenos Aires, etc.

There were even hysterical reports from people having spotted him far north in Canada, if memory serves me. Very intriguing reads. Apparantly the modern FBI felt they were unreliable heresay and did not feel threatened about publishing them (until recently that is...)

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PostWed Aug 17, 2011 11:09 pm » by Flecktarn


or on a lighter note :sunny: :sunny:

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PostWed Aug 17, 2011 11:41 pm » by Flecktarn



Posted by h3llknight at 13:43, 29 Nov 2004
recently in news, the FBI of america had quoted: "Reports have been found and clues have been discovered that Adolf Hitler had not actually commited suicide as the reports said after the second world war." "He escaped to argentina and it is said to have lived there for atleast 11 years"

Well, many ppl may think that this is just plain B.S, but I personally think that this subject is something to ponder about, I mean, after all Hitler's corpse has not been recovered till date, nor are there any traces of him killing himself, if the reports were true that hitler had shot himself in his bunker, no blood stains, bullet holes or any trace of death is visible in the place, FBI has recently said that hitler could have easily escaped among some of his nazi people past the incoming soviet troopers, into one of his U-boats and make his way to argentina, furthermore, some argentinians have said that they did see hitler in the country. The report that Hitler was dead was just passed at the time of war to relieve people so they could breath a sigh of relief, as the evil had perished. The main aim of the Soviet troopers was to recover hitler, alive, but they found nothing of him. Goebbels and his family was found in Hitler's office but not a trace of hitler. Old argentinian police reports have also said that Hitler was alive and he was spotted. It is believed that he lived in argentina for as long as 11 years. and that he survives till date! After the failed soviet search, the Soviets did assume that hitler had escaped as that was the statement that Stalin made to Truman and Churchill during the Potsdam conference that "Hitler had escaped and no traces of him were found." The statement that Hitler had committed suicide was deduced by the UK and was believed by the rest of the world.

Could it be that he lives on till date? could it be that all the terror attacks behind the USA has one supreme mastermind above all the terrorist networks..namely adolf hitler? could it be that he is sitting somewhere hidden planning a world conquest?


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PostWed Aug 17, 2011 11:46 pm » by Teloc

flecktarn wrote:Image

or on a lighter note :sunny: :sunny:


Er ist nicht hier, er ist auferstanden.

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PostThu Aug 18, 2011 12:05 am » by Flecktarn

hey telco brother :flop:

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PostThu Aug 18, 2011 12:32 am » by Slith

flecktarn wrote:Image

or on a lighter note :sunny: :sunny:

Shit, I think I need a new kidney. LMFFFAO. I dont know whether to delete it, or put it as my new sig. ahahahahahaha. Okay, it stays

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