John Bevilaqua Posted May 25, 2009 Share Posted May 25, 2009 (edited) A recent search on the Spartacus Education Forum revealed no fewer than 20 active discussion threads with the name "Bonner Fellers" contained therein. Try it for yourself in the [search] box of your home page and see. I would maintain that it would be helpful to coalesce and review as much as possible on this Brig. General whom Adolph Hitler once called "...our best source of information." I have discovered evidence that Fellers, while stationed in Cairo, Egypt during World War II, was the Nazi double-agent responsible for deliberately leaking information he normally handled about Monty's troop and tank movements in Northern Africa through the Angletons in Italy which eventually found its way back to Rommel who would never have been known as "the Desert Fox" unless he was privy to this type of information on a regular basis. And I am not the only writer who has made this claim. Later Fellers was later involved with "For America" which was a spin-off from The America First Group, the staunch pro-Nazi isolationist group and his personna is manifested in the character named Francis "Fighting Frank" Bollinger in Richard Condon's Manchurian Candidate in 1959. Fellers, after being demobilized by Eisenhower, joined those on the Far Right Wing of the Republican Party as an advocate of turning the Cold War hot as a member of the John Birch Society and several other right wing "think tanks". First he supported Robert Taft for President and later Senator Barry Goldwater both Draper favorites. ("In Your Guts You Know He's Nuts!") His activities with General Pedro del Valle, another favorite of Wickliffe P. Draper because of his anti-Semitism and master racism, (according to William Tucker in The Funding of Scientific Racism), on the "For America Committee" is of particular interest to me right now at least. Uliuss Amoss spent much time in Cairo, Egypt when Fellers was there and was my first entre into the nether world of Ulius Amoss and his protege Robert Emmett Johnson who were introduced to me by the work of James Richards. Johnson was, without a doubt, one of the shooters in Dealey Plaza and Bill Turner mentions him in The Fish is Red as being associated with "Raoul" from Montreal who was in all likelihood the same person as James Earl Ray's "Raoul" thus linking Johnson into the MLK murder. Fellers expertise in Psychological Warfare and Ulius Amoss styled "mind control" operations led Condon to put him in Manchurian Candidate and shot him to the top of my list of the John Birchers involved with the JFK murder who were also inserted into The Manchurian Candidate novel and the movie versions as well. This guy was second only to Willoughby in his role in the JFK assassination plot and the ensuing cover-up. And along with Edward Hunter and the other "John Birch Socieity Ten" may have been the person most responsible for laying the lion's share of the blame for the JFK hit squarely on the shoulders of the leftists in the CIA. Can you list the 10 persons associated with the John Birch Society from Belmont, MA who were most deeply involved with the JFK hit and what their roles were? Bonner Fellers From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bonner Frank Fellers (1896 - 1973), was a U.S. Army officer who served during World War II as military attaché and psychological warfare director. He was a considered a protegé of General Douglas MacArthur. In 1941, then-Colonel Fellers was Military Attaché to the U.S. Embassy in Egypt. He was assigned to monitor and report on British military operations in North Africa and the Middle East. As the representative of a very important friendly power, he was given full access to British activities and information. Fellers reported everything he learned to the U.S. His reports were especially prized by Army commander in chief General George Marshall. Fellers' messages were sent by radio, encrypted in the "Black Code" of the U.S. State Department. The details of this code were stolen from the U.S. Embassy in Italy by Italian spies in September 1941; it was also broken by German cryptanalysts, who read "Black Code" messages. Fellers' radiograms were intercepted and decrypted by the Germans. They were a treasure trove of valuable information to the Axis. The information was not only extensive and timely, it was also guaranteed authentic: the British would not be lying to their American friends. Information from Fellers' messages alerted the Axis to British convoy operations in the Mediterranean Sea, including efforts to resupply the garrison of Malta. Information about the numbers and condition of British forces was provided to General Rommel, the famed German commander in Africa. He could thus plan his operations with reliable knowledge of what the opposing forces were. Rommel was so pleased with the intercepts that he referred to Fellers as "my bonnie fellow". Fellers was later condemned for this information leak. But he had been ordered to use the State Department code over his objections, and had been ordered by Marshall to report in great detail. Criticism of Fellers for this problem generally came from those who distrusted him because of his close association both before and during the war with MacArthur. Marshall never found any fault with Fellers or with his actions in Egypt. General Eisenhower supposedly said to an English beauty who expressed admiration for Fellers, "Any friend of Bonner Fellers is no friend of mine!" If this story is true, it was due to Eisenhower's dislike of MacArthur and his associates. Eisenhower disliked Fellers since the time the two were serving under MacAruthur in the Philippines.1936-1937 was the period in which the professional relations between MacArthur and Eisenhower became very strained and MacArthur began to use Fellers as his confidant. In July 1942, Fellers was transferred from Egypt. His successor as Attaché used the U.S. military cipher, which the Germans could not read. Upon returning to the U.S. Fellers was decorated with the Distinguished Service Medal for his excellent analysis and reporting of the North African situation. He was also promoted to Brigadier General, the first in the West Point Class of 1918. Although wishing to return to the Middle East as a member of the OSS, when he found out that that was impossible Fellers, in the summer of 1943, left his job in the Office of Strategic Services(OSS), where he played a central role in planning psychological warfare, and once again began working for General MacArthur in the Southwest Pacific. Fellers later served as military secretary and the Chief of Psychological Operations under MacArthur. After the war, Fellers played a major role in the occupation of Japan. He met with the major defendants of the Tokyo tribunal. According to historians Herbert Bix and John W. Dower, Fellers allowed them to coordinate their stories to exonerate Emperor Hirohito and all members of his family.  This was at the direction of MacArthur, now head of SCAP, who wanted no criminal prosecution of the Emperor and his family. In October 1946, Fellers was demobilized by Eisenhower and returned to his permanent rank of Colonel. He retired from the Army and worked for the Republican National Committee in Washington.  In the early 1950s Fellers was actively involved in promoting Robert Taft as a Presidential candidate. After Taft's defeat to Eisenhower in the 1952 Republican convention, Fellers became a member of the John Birch society. Fellers also became actively involved in promoting Barry Goldwater for the Presidency. 1. ^ Deac, Wil. "Intercepted Communications for Field Marshal Erwin Rommel". The History Net. http://www.historynet.com/magazines/world_war_2/3038121.html. Retrieved on 2008-02-03. 2. ^ Moses, Sam. At All Costs 3. ^ Bix, Herbert. Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan, Perennial, 2001, p. 583 4. ^ Dower, John W. Embracing Defeat, 1999 5. ^ Seagrave, P. and S. The Yamato dynasty, 1999, p. 216 Example of a report by Colonel Bonner-Fellers which was intercepted and decoded by the Italians in 1942 Edited May 30, 2009 by John Bevilaqua Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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