Did you know? The company that provided Zyklon B for the Nazi holocaust later provided RU-486 for the American Holocaust.
At the end of World War II, the German chemical manufacturer, I.G. Farben, was identified as the company that supplied the gas used in the Nazi concentration camps. The gas was called Zyklon-Band evidence later showed that Farben’s executives knew how it was being used.
In fact, evidence was uncovered to indicate that Farben engineers had actually designed the gas chambers. This led to some of them being tried at Nuremburg for crimes against humanity including genocide and slavery. Interestingly, I.G. Farben was a financial partner with John D. Rockefeller and Standard Oil of New Jersey in a company called Standard I.G. Farben.
In addition, within three months after Hitler came to power, the publicity director of the Rockefeller Foundation – and personal advisor to John D. Rockefeller – a man named Ivy Ledbetter Lee – was assigned the responsibility of directing public relations for I. G. Farben. After the war, I.G. Farben would change its name and become known as Hoechst AG. Today, Hoechst is a gigantic multi-national corporation with subsidiaries all over the world including the United States.
Ironically, one of Hoechst’s subsidiaries, Roussel Uclaf, is the French company that developed RU486. In other words, the same company that produced the gas used in the Nazi death camps also produced the abortion pill that is now being used in American abortion clinics. And in both cases, there was a known connection to the Rockefeller Foundation.