May 9, 2012, - 4:21 pm
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DebbieSchlussel.com has learned that Gitmo terrorist lawyer, Cheryl T. Bormann, bragged to colleagues that she is related to the late top Nazi official, Martin Bormann. Bormann was Adolf Hitler’s private secretary, head of the Nazi Party Chancellery, and a Reich Leader. He named his first-born son after Hitler, who was his son’s godfather. (Check out the many pics of Bormann with his buddy Adolf.) And, sources say, that Cheryl Bormann wasn’t exactly embarrassed by and didn’t condemn the behavior of her prominent Nazi relative. In fact, the sources say they were shocked when Bormann rather indifferently noted she was related to him and seemed to be proud of the association. She told acquaintances that her uncle, who lived on an Illinois farm, was questioned by U.S. intelligence officials during World War II about whether or not he had contact with Martin Bormann. When he told them he did not, they left him alone.
On Monday, I told you about Bormann, the lawyer for Walid bin Attash, on trial at Guantanamo Bay. As I told you, Bormann wore a hijab, the Islamic veil, as well as an abaya, the Islamic cape for women. She also lectured other women in the courtroom that they, too, should wear such Islamic dress out of respect for the Islamic terrorists, including her client, who are responsible for the mass murder of 3,000 Americans on 9/11.
It is not surprising that a relative of a Nazi would now be in the business of helping Islamic terrorists. As I’ve repeatedly noted over the years, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and Yasser Arafat’s grandfather, Hajj Amin El-Husseini, was a close ally and friend of Adolf Hitler. El-Husseini helped design the Final Solution, urged Hitler to speed it up and extend it to the Jews of the Middle East and North Africa, and proudly watched Hitler’s two Muslim SS divisions parade for the two of them.
And I’ve also noted other Nazi war criminals who’ve found refuge in Muslim nations, some of them even converting to Islam. Alois Brunner, one of Hitler’s top officials, was given refuge in Syria by the Assads. Nazi Aribert Heim, who was protected in Egypt, was one of many former SS officials who converted to Islam. He helped the Egyptians build weapons and concoct viruses to be used against Israel. As I reported, Kazbek Soobzokov, the son of Nazi Waffen SS officer Tscherim Soobzokov is the registered agent for Islamic Relief, an Al-Qaeda-tied, HAMAS charity. And he was the lawyer for deported accused terrorist and Islamic cleric, Imam Wagdy Mohamed Ghoneim.
And then there is pro-Muslim, Hezbollah-pandering, anti-Israel friend of HAMAS CAIR, Frank Beckmann, a faux-conservative Detroit radio talk show host, whose family members reportedly helped the Nazis. Documentation shows that a man with the same name as either Beckmann’s father or uncle left America for Nazi Germany to help the Third Reich translate American documents in the war effort against the Allies. Beckmann never responded to inquiries regarding his family’s apparent Nazi past. But he made sure to defend and deny Henry Ford’s anti-Semitism and close friendship with Hitler on his Detroit-based ABC/Cumulus radio show.
So, Cheryl Bormann’s Nazi relatives shouldn’t be a surprise at all. Nor should her pride in being a descendant of Martin Bormann.
It’s frankly, par for the course. Muslims were the original Nazis and they are the enduring Nazis.
And they have the seed of Nazis as their lawyer, defending their 9/11 attacks, the likes of which Hitler and Bormann could only dream of.
We defeated Cheryl Bormann’s relatives. We will not defeat her clients, no matter the outcome of the Gitmo trial at which she’s appearing.
We simply don’t have the same will to do so.
That Was Then . . .
This Is Now . . .
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