NASA’s First Director Was Hitler’s Top Nazi Rocket Scientist
September 1945: After more than six years of bloodshed and turmoil, World War II came to a sudden end. As early as 1943 back-room strategists had already begun plans to end the no-longer profitable war they had created, and plans started unrolling for post-war global affairs.
In-the-know power mongers were well aware that the Nazis had already developed advanced space technologies such as anti-gravity, non-explosive space propulsion, and had even traveled to the moon, Mars, and far beyond. Much of the early Nazi space research had been conducted by and stolen from a beautiful woman scientist, whom you can read about in The Inventor of Anti-Gravity & Space Propulsion: Maria Orsic.
For several years before war’s end, influential politicians and businessmen in the military technology sector had begun secret negotiations with top German Nazi scientists to have them relocate to America to help start up what would later be known as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Spies were sent to Germany to conduct these negotiations, and some historians surmise that before war’s end some of these coveted scientists were even secretly flown overseas for in-person negotiations – to be wined and dined in lands so willing to welcome them there to start their new post-war life. Other major powers such as Russia and England were also conducting the same such negotiations well before the war ended.
Upon war’s end on the American side, “Operation Paperclip” immediately came into full swing, and within a short time thousands of ex-Nazi scientists took up residence in their former enemy’s land. In the US the telephone book directories in cities such as Las Vegas (near Nevada’s secret Roswell space research centers) swelled with German names.
One of these many German names belonged to Hitler’s top Nazi rocket scientist. This same man directed the development of the infamously terrifying Vergeltungswaffe (“Vengeance Weapon”) V-1 and V-2 rockets. This man’s rockets were assembled in secret underground factories by thousands of poor souls conscripted to slave labor – many of them formerly the common citizens of the lands occupied by the Nazi war machine. Many of them worked in these factories until their death. After assembly, these rockets were then aimed towards and launched at England, where they terrified and destroyed the morale of the people of Britain.
Wernher von Braun
This deadly rocket designer’s name was Wernher Magnus Maximilian Freiherr von Braun.
Via the workings of Operation Paperclip, von Braun would would later become NASA’s First Marshall Space Center Director.
Yes, a former Nazi was NASA’s first Marshall Space Center Director. Read the official narrative on this man on Wikipedia.
He said something really odd, too. Read about that at NASA Director: Moon Has “Unearthly Ungerground Structure”.
Read articles and see videos about this man at von Braun.
– John Helios – Star Nations News℠ Editor