Former Justice Department prosecutor John Loftus joined John B. Wells to discuss how the U.S. government permitted the illegal entry of Nazis into North America following World War II. Loftus said he uncovered this story after reviewing the classified U.S. Intelligence archives from twenty giant vaults beneath the city of Suitland, Maryland. There Loftus found a chain of evidence linking the State Department to members of the wartime government of Byelorussia—a region of the Soviet Union occupied by Nazi Germany. One document revealed that the U.S. Army knew about Byelorussian Nazi war criminals living in Allied zones of Germany, Loftus reported. A CIA letter outlined a deal between the Byelorussians and the Intelligence office, he continued, adding that an FBI report showed those same Byelorussian Nazis had arrived in America.
Loftus traced America's relationship with the Nazis to Wall Street power players, who had searched for militant group leaders around the world they could buy in order to preserve anti-trust loopholes that had been closed down to them at home. They set up overseas in places like Germany, Russia, and Saudi Arabia, he said. "What they wanted was to buy entire nations that would allow them to put together worldwide predator monopolies," he explained, noting how they planned to interlock the world's production in order to obtain obscene profits. Loftus estimated that approximately 75 percent of the money used to rebuild the Third Reich after World War I came from Wall Street. Nazis who knew about these investments had to be hidden and the Vatican was recruited to smuggle them into South America, Australia, and Canada, he disclosed.
Loftus connected the Arab Nazis of World War II to the Muslim Brotherhood currently in power in Egypt today. Arab Nazis went into Saudi Arabia as well and became teachers in the Islamic religious schools there. They inspired a new generation, including Osama bin Laden, with their teachings, Loftus said, pointing out that 9/11 was funded by a group of Saudi Arabian extremists who were the children of Arab Nazis. He also divulged what he has learned about America's Cold War UFO project. According to Loftus, the U.S. military used Mylar balloons equipped with Geiger counters in order to determine if Russia had developed atomic weapons. One of these airborne spy observatories crashed in Roswell and the flying saucer account was concocted to cover it up, he revealed. Since then UFOs have been used as a cover story the the government and a company in Canada even created a flying saucer to help feed the lie, he said.