Author and researcher Steve Quayle discussed his latest work uncovering why much of what we know about World War II and the defeat of Nazi Germany is wrong. He contends that Nazi SS members, scientists, and soldiers escaped with Hitler to create colonies in other parts of the world such as South America and Antarctica, and continued their monstrous research. According to an interview with a British wartime officer, in the summer of 1944, a team of 30 British scientists and commandos found an ancient tunnel in the Antarctic and went through it. But only two returned, and they described seeing "Nazis under the ice, polar men, and an under-the-ice city," Quayle recounted.
During Admiral Byrd's Operation High Jump in the Antarctic, Nazis in flying saucers attacked the US armada in 1947, he reported. To create their disc-shaped craft, the Nazis reversed-engineered ancient technology via occult means such as seances, "with ghost-like figures dictating to them advanced mathematic formulas," Quayle said. The whole structure of the Nazi global war machine was based on the occult, and supernatural revelation, he added.
Quayle argues that the Germans actually won WWII, and to this day the world is secretly controlled by a malevolent shadow government. "The Nazis absolutely tapped into the multidimensional stargate realm...and through their banking interests and conglomerates still rule the world and are going to bring about the Antichrist" using hidden technology that is also possessed by the US and Russia, he warned.
Pearl Harbor Revelations
First hour guest, renegade historian Douglas Dietrich was a Department of Defense research librarian, responsible for incinerating highly classified materials on historical topics such as Pearl Harbor (view related photos). He presented information about WWII not known to the American public, such as that one-hour before the Pearl Harbor attack, the USS Ward fired on and sank a Japanese submarine. Further, the Americans stationed at Pearl Harbor knew that Japan was about to attack, and it was not a surprise, he contended. Pres. Roosevelt was doing everything he could to get the US into the war for economic reasons, Dietrich explained.