Did Hitler Betray Rudolf Hess?

According to former Nazi officials, Rudolf Hess was following Hitler’s orders when he flew to England in May 1941 with an offer to reverse Nazi victories in Western Europe in exchange for peace and a free hand in the East.

Henry Makow
August 2, 2009

When Churchill rejected this offer, Hitler pretended that Hess was insane and acted on his own initiative.

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Rudolf Hess’ crime was not knowing that his beloved Fuhrer was setting him and Germany up for annihilation.

Around 1980, Frank Brandenburg spoke to Hess’ wife Ilse, as well as many other Nazis who made a convincing case  that Hess’s mission was in fact authorized by the Fuhrer.

“My husband would not have acted without the Fuhrer’s consent,”  Mrs. Hess said. “My husband was totally loyal to the Fuhrer.” (263-264)

Her conviction was confirmed by Hitler’s personal pilot Hans Baur who said Hess had been given secret map codes in Hitler’s possession. (260) Hess’ closest associate Ernst Wilhelm Bohle said he translated Hitler’s offer into English. (271-2)

SS General Karl Wolff said Hitler’s outrage was a “show.”  Wolff was at a meeting with Hitler at the Berghof when the news of Hess’s flght to England was brought to him. “The Fuhrer threw a terrible temper tantrum…he put on quite a show…the Fuhrer was an accomplished actor when he wanted to be…” (246)

More telling is the fact that Hitler punished many of Hess’s minor associates but not his family nor Boehle. When you think about it, Hess would never have tried to usurp peace-making powers from Hitler nor left his family as hostages.

Nevertheless the Powers That Be have succeeded in making Hess out to be a lunatic rather than an idealistic peacemaker.  They have managed to bury Brandenburg’s book. It was published by a tiny publisher of military books, Presidio, in Novato CA in 1990. In 2002, Presidio was bought by Random House which is owned by Bertelsmann. You can bet Bertelsmann is controlled by the Illuminati.

Louis Kilzer’s “Hitler’s Traitor,” which outed Martin Bormann as an Illuminati agent, was also published by Presidio. Both books were hardly reviewed and are now out of print.


If Hitler authorized Hess’ flight May 10, 1941 to visit the Duke of Hamilton, there are two possible interpretations.

The first is that Hitler genuinely wanted peace with England before attacking Russia 12 days later. To send the Deputy Fuhrer of the Third Reich on such a mission, Hitler must have had reasonable assurances of its success.

We know from other sources that Hess, Hitler and Churchill and the Duke of Hamilton all belonged to  a homosexual occult group — the Thule Society in Germany and the Order of the Golden Dawn in England — both branches of the Illuminati.  Did the English branch lead the Germans to think it was doing England’s bidding by attacking Bolshevik Russia? In other words, was Hitler double-crossed and tricked into a two-front war?

If this is true, it suggests the Illuminati run their pawns at arm’s length, tricking and manipulating them, as opposed to using them as conscious agents. Barack Obama should take note.

But there is a second interpretation. I suspect Hitler, being “an accomplished actor,” was like Bormann, a conscious Illuminati agent.  He knew the Rothschilds (i.e. Illuminati Freemasons) ran both England and the USSR. He was probably a Rothschild himself, albeit illegitimate. There was no way England would make peace and hang Stalin out to dry. I believe Hitler deliberately led Germany into a trap when he attacked Russia. Lebensraum? Germany ruled all of Europe.

No, Hitler’s loyalties were to the Fourth Reich, the New World Order.

That’s why he disowned Hess. He could have made public his generous peace offer and painted Churchill as a war-monger. He could have sued in the Court of Public Opinion for the release of a peacemaker.

Instead, Hitler protected the war monger Churchill and double crossed Hess. Apparently, Hitler needed to get rid of Hess.  Possibly, Hess knew too much and stood in the way of Bormann’s advancement to second place in the Nazi hierarchy.

There are additional signs in this book that Hitler was an agent. The Russians who supposedly found Hitler’s body never believed Hitler was dead. They tortured his pilot Hans Baur for eight years to reveal where he took Hitler. (49)

In the bunker, Hitler instructed one of his secretaries, Christa Schroeder, to burn secret correspondence in three safes at different locations. They were the records of his “personal intelligence network” a “far flung network of informers, advisers and confidants…powerful and knowledgeable men…Big Business. Scientists. Many important industrialists…the Fuhrer could not have built and reached the level of his power without the help, conscious or not, of such people, could he?’ ” (103-105)

Hitler blocked development of nuclear weapons, calling it a “Jew science.”

SS General Werner Best, who ran Denmark in an enlightened fashion, told Brandenburg that he was in contact with anti-Communist leaders in Ukraine in 1939. Had Hitler promised them a degree of autonomy, they could have brought two million soldiers to the Nazi cause. (195)


Quest author Frank Brandenburg was only 20-years- old in 1978  when he decided to look up high ranking Nazis in West Germany. His youth gained him access. These Nazis trusted him and tried to recruit him to their cause. They were in desperate need of young blood.

Gen. Karl Wolff helped by giving Brandenburg his SS ring and told him that a codeword for gaining trust was the name of Hitler’s third German Shepherd dog, “Muck.”

It seems that Hess was not the last high ranking Nazi Hitler eliminated.

Reinhard Heydrich’s wife Lina said that her husband was recovering from the assassination attempt when Hitler had his own medical staff take charge. Four days later Heydrich was dead. Lina is convinced Hitler and Himmler feared her husband. SS General Wilhelm Hottl said Heydrich had made the mistake of telling Walter Schellenberg that he thought the Fuhrer “was insane and had to be replaced.” (151)

Possibly, the British dispatched the two Czech agents to kill Heydrich for this reason. They had to protect their agent, Adolf Hitler.

As for Bormann, Brandenburg spoke to dozens of high ranking Nazis and almost all implied  that Bormann escaped. Moreover Bormann led a powerful Nazi movement that intended to regain ascendancy. (This movement is part of the Illumninati.)

Medard Klapper, a member of Hitler’s personal bodyguard, told Brandenburg he met Bormann in Spain in 1982. The post war Nazi movement was called Mariborsol (from Martin Bormann & sun) and was headquartered in Madrid. It was financed by investments on a world scale, ” real estate, manufacturing plants. All kinds of profitable investments and business ventures, controlled by our people…” (291)


Rudolf Hess’ story is a tragic one.  He was locked away in Spandau prison until his suicide (his son says murder) in 1987. He was allowed four letters from family and one visit from his wife a month. But they were never alone. “I was never able to touch my husband,” Ilse Hess said.

What was his crime? He was incarcerated in 1941 before the holocaust began. He served a man who was Time’s Man of the Year in 1938.

No, his crime was knowing about the Illuminati, and the extent of “British” collaboration in the rise of Hitler. His crime was not knowing that his beloved Fuhrer was setting him and Germany up for annihilation.

Source: Infowars


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