Found the full list of the names of the people in drop 936:
Post 8425200 7 hours ago • View on 8kun
Found the full list of the names of the people in drop 936: >At ceremony in Saarbrücken city hall marking reincorporation of the Saarland, March 1, 1935, from left to right, Bishop Franz Rudolf Bornewasser of Trier and Bishop Ludwig Sebastian of Speyer give the Nazi salute along with Reichskommissar for the Reunification of the Saarland to the German Reich Josef Bürkel, Minister of the Interior Wilhelm Frick, and Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels. From left to right: Franz Rudolf Bornewasser (Bishop of Trier) Ludwig Sebastian (Bishop of Speyer) Josef Bürkel (Reichskommissar for the Reunification of the Saarland to the German Reich) Wilhelm Frick (Minister of the Interior) Joseph Goebbels (Minister of Propaganda) Location: Saarbrücken city hall Date: March 1, 1935 Occasion: Ceremony marking the reincorporation of the Saarland to the German Reich source: https://booksc.xyz/book/43397150/46c69d Is there a specific signification to be found in this picture, or was it just chosen for illustrative purposes?
Post 8425271 7 hours ago • View on 8kun
>>8425229 >>8425200 I meant related to the 2 other Q drops: 938 and 944. >N does not refer to Nazi. >The continued Nazi ideology is relevant. >Events will clarify. >Think subgroup. >Q >We went too deep. >Attempted a pullback. >Not ready. >Q "Think subgroup" "Attempted a pullback. Not ready." Who was not ready? Us or Q?
Post 8425305 7 hours ago • View on 8kun
>>8425271 >>8425277 in 1943 Martin Borman led a nazi subgroup that created 700 trans-national corporations mostly in switzerland and sweden. That is a huge Rabbit hole, this subgroup merged into the post war system. The Mediin cartel was largely created by the ex nazi "the butcher from Lion" Klauss Barbi. These poeple became another faction in the new system. https://www.nytimes.com/1973/03/03/archives/martin-bormann-and-the-future-of-germany.html Q went too deep because 99.9999% of the anons don't know this history and much of it is not open source or completely scattered. Russian historian and geopolitical expert Andrei Fursov talks about these things, unfortunately most of his lectures are in Russian (and I don't have the time to translate).
Apologies if you read the original. I posted the initial notable from my phone in the hospital and I'm having some issues with the blog mobile app uploading correct images