Exploding the myths of Operation Market Garden
4pm Sat 22 Sep 2018, Kreek Oosterbeek, Weverstraat 24, 6862 DP Oosterbeek
- How did the Nazis find out the paratroopers were coming?
- Who gave permission for a former SS officer to help plan Market Garden?
- How did a Dutch-born British army counter-intelligence officer nearly save the day?
- Who really cut the wires and stopped the Waffen-SS blowing up Nijmegen bridge?
- Why did the British tanks which might have relieved Arnhem grind to a halt in Lent?
- Which Germans came to the first Bilderberg hotel meeting in 1954?
- What have the consequences of losing in Arnhem been for the post-war world?
- Who are the real heroes and traitors of Nijmegen and Arnhem?
Winston Churchill said “In wartime, truth is so precious that she should always be attended by a bodyguard of lies.” For seventy five years we have been taught Operation Market Garden, British commander Montgomery’s plan to liberate Holland, was a badly conceived mission, doomed to fail. British journalist Tony Gosling begs to differ, he believes the battle of Arnhem was deliberately sabotaged to prolong the war on the Western front, by treacherous anti-Soviet elements in the British Establishment.
Around 80,000 allied soldiers and airmen took part in what is still the biggest airborne operation in history. The consequences were catastrophic for the allied armed forces but worse for the Dutch civilian population. In the subsequent ‘Hongerwinter’, after the Germans cut off all food supplies to the Arnhem region, an estimated 22,000 Dutch civilians were starved to death. The week-long battle resulted in around 2,500 dead soldiers on each side, roughly 7,000 German and 15,000 allied casualties in total, while 6,500 British paratroopers were taken prisoner.
In this audio-visual seminar the former BBC journalist will present evidence that, after August 1944, senior collaborators within the British state were doing secret deals with high-ranking Nazis for enriched uranium, gold and money, in exchange for safe passage and new identities after the war. He goes on to explain how two key figures who made decisive ‘blunders’ at Operation Market Garden were rewarded with top jobs in political lobbying for corporate cartels, the EEC, eventually the EU and Euro currency too, across the NATO countries.
The Oosterbeek-founded Bilderberg lobby Bernhard and Carrington chaired were also accused in 2010, by Italy’s most senior judge Ferdinando Imposimato, of working for international organised crime. Of using far right agents in the NATO intelligence structures to kill hundreds of European citizens in ‘Gladio’ terrorist attacks, from the 1970s to 1990s, which they tried to blame on Moscow.
We will hear from other speakers about the September 1944 battle, the subsequent Bilderberg conferences and the lessons to learn for the anti-war movement today. Then, after ‘the Grenadier Guards Lent tea break‘, it’s ‘open mic’, where anyone who wishes to can give a contribution on Market Garden, Bilderberg and related topics for up to ten minutes. We close at 1900.
The entire seminar will be filmed and we hope to make it available afterwards online.
Contact Tony Gosling +44 7786 952037 firstname.lastname@example.org