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On February 27, 1933, the Nazis set the German parliament building (Reichstag) in Berlin on fire, which was completely destroyed (picture at right). February 27, 1933, was precisely the date when the check from the IG Farben headquarters had arrived at the Nazi bank accounts (see letter here).

In other words: on the very day the largest German corporation, IG Farben, made its first strategic financial investment in the Nazi party, these unscrupulous elements organized a political coup to seize dictatorial powers.

And here was their master plan: the Reichstags fire was immediately blamed by the Nazis on their political opponents. The German mass media – already staunch supporters of the Nazis – supported this witch hunt.

The Enabling Acts granting dictatorial powers to the Nazi government were already prepared and ready to be enacted. On March 24, 1933, the Nazis passed the first of these major laws that would turn German democracy into a dictatorship.

This law was entitled “Homeland Security Act”.

Article 5 of this law contained the provision that this dictatorial law would expire four years later, on April 1, 1937. Of course, the Nazis never had any intention to let their dictatorial powers expire at any time.

The Nazis knew that with the acceptance of the huge IG Farben payment, their order was clear: prepare for war and for the military conquest of the oil fields and the chemical factories of the world.

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