New photographs and stories have appeared on the FBI website which prove that Adolph Hitler did not die in his bunker in 1945. Not only did he live and flee to Argentina, he died in 1990 — living to the age of 101.
According to eyewitnesses, he was a quiet man who liked to entertain guests in his lakefront home and loved to make fun of Jimmy Carter who he referred to as, The worst President in the history of the USA.”
The picture on the left is supposedly a snapshot of Hitler taken in 1977. There are more photos here.
Pictures of Hitler are here and here. Das Materals. If that link doesn’t work, there is another link at the bottom of the page.
Of course there is another element to this story that is stranger than fiction. Read it here because The Damien Zone got the exclusive interviews.
New information has shown that the defeated Nazi leader fled Germany Days before the Russian army overran his country. The remains that were found were impostors. There is, however, some reason to believe that Hitler’s wife Eva Braun, may have actually been killed in the bunker to make the murder-suicide seem more realistic.
According to witnesses who are long dead, Hitler did not kill Eva himself because he placed such a high moral value on human life. He had someone else do it. There were witnesses to this and one stated in sworn testimony that Hitler “cringed a little” when he heard the distant gunshot that killed Eva Braun.
According to secret documents, Hitler fled to Flores, Argentina where he went unnoticed in the crowded and squalid barrio adjacent to Buenos Aires.
According to forensic experts who are now searching for a possible grave or tomb, Hitler shaved the top of his head to appear bald, got rid of the mustache and stopped dying his hair until it grew in gray. He also changed his named to Hans Mueller where he spoke fluent Spanish and often played with the local children who were very poor and hungry.
Hitler lived a quiet life in a small apartment in Flores for about four years and then he moved to a small lakefront home near the town of Guamini where he lived off the land with another man who has yet to be identified.
Most of the people questioned in this most recent investigation were alive as children and knew Hitler as kindly Hans Mueller who lived in a rundown house with his dog Kiki. The local kids said he was a nice man who often patted them on the heads and told them to stay out of the sun and to avoid pawn shops.
“Each morning there was a young boy with a donkey and a cart. His name was Jorge Bergoglio, He would deliver milk and eggs to Senor Hans Miller and for that he would be given small amounts of money and a prayer card,” said Herve Florinas who is now 81 and living with his life partner Ramondo in Santiago, Chile.
“As a child. I was always very jealous of Jorge Bergoglio,” continued Florinas. He always managed to have money and nice clothes while the rest of us were starving and without shoes.
“One day we tied him up and ate his donkey. My father used the animal’s hide to make shoes for me and several of the children from the slums. When Jorge found out, he screamed and cried and stomped his feet.
“I remember vividly that Hans Mueller found this to be very funny overall but he was annoyed by Jorge’s incessant crying. Finally Hans Mueller slapped Jorge across the face and yelled, ‘You can act like a man,’ and from then on Jorge became very quiet and religious and he wanted everybody to like him.”
The Damien Zone noticed that Herve Florina’s memory is either not what it used to be, or maybe he is simply suffering from the ravages of being old and gay in Argentina. In one sense Herve seemed to enjoy telling his dead donkey story in great detail and poking fun at little Jorge Mario Bergoglio. But with regards to his brush with Hitler, he left out the most important ingredient to his story. Turns out that he didn’t know the best part of his own story.
While little Herve, may have had the unique experience of knowing Adolph Hitler after WW2, he was blissfully unaware that he was witness to the strangest paring of people, and the crossing of paths, in the history of the world.
We had to tell him the missing element to his story — one about which he was amazingly surprised.
“I did not know that Jorge Bergoglio grew up to be Pope Francis. Oh my god, I so totally did not know that. What a strange coincidence,” said Florinas.
“I was a little confused and hungry at the time I guess and I didn’t put two and two together. When I knew Hans Mueller, who turned out to be Adolph Hitler, I had only just recently met my life partner in the garbage dump behind our shack. I guess I was so in love that I didn’t pay attention to Nazis and Popes and things like that.
“That was in 1946, and who can remember that far back? I knew that Jorge was an annoying kid and. there was no doubt about that because that’s why we ate his donkey and made shoes with his skin, but I totally didn’t know that the little boy who delivered groceries to Adolph Hitler grew up to be Pope Francis. Isn’t that something?”
The little boy with the donkey and groceries — Jorge Mario Bergoglio — grew up to be none other than Pope Francis.
It’s true — Pope Francis used to be Adolph Hitler’s delivery boy.
Here is the full story. http://www.riseearth.com/2015/02/fbi-hitler-didnt-die-fled-to-argentina.html#.VOMkOIz-iDc.facebook