"Odessa” was a secret society and a international Nazi network set-up towards the end of World War II by a group of SS officers to facilitate secret escape routes for hunted war criminals. According to late Nazi hunter Simon Wisenthal, “Odessa” was set up in 1946 to aid fugitive Nazi’s. Through this network, the Nazi’s were given new identities, passports, birth certificates and currency to start their new lives in different countries.
Despite being Jewish, Daniel Burros had an intense self-hatred and dislike for Jews. He would hide his ethnicity and join the ‘American Nazi Party.” The following year, he joined the ‘Ku Klux Klan’ and became the ‘Grand Dragon.’ He preached hatred towards Jews and African-Americans on a daily basis. A NY Times reporter was assigned to do an story on him and uncovered a bombshell, Burros was Jewish. This story would appear on the front page of the NY Times in 1965. On that day, Burros was chased up the stairs of his home by several klansmen, he reached his room, pulled out a gun and shot himself in the chest. He was dead before he hit the floor. The film “Believer” is based on Burros’ life.
In 1939, Hermine Braunsteiner (pictured above) was trained at ‘Ravensbruck concentration camp.’ She was a brutal psychopath who killed old women by stomping on them. She also involved herself in ‘selections’ of women and children to be sent to the gas chambers and she ‘whipped’ numerous women to death with her beloved whip. She also stomped on babies, killing them, earning the nickname, ‘The Stomping Mare.’ She was regarded as one of the worst guards, male or female, in Holocaust history. After the war, in 1946, she was arrested in Austria as a war criminal but was released in 1949. She died in 1999 as a result of diabetes at the age of 79.
HITLER’S JEWISH CLAIRVOYANT:
Erik Jan Hanussen (pictured above) was born Herscman Steinscheneider. He hid his Jewish ethnicity and became a Prophet/Clairvoyant for Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich after meeting Hitler at a dinner party (he told Hitler he was Danish). Hanussen predicted that Hitler would come to power on Jan. 30, 1933. Hitler was appointed Chancellor on that day. Jan Hanussen even coached Hitler on movement to emphasize his words during speeches. He also read Hitler’s horoscope each morning. Everything came to a halt when Nazi soldiers took Jan Hanussen away and interrogated him for hours. Two weeks later, his body was found, he had been beaten, tortured and shot. In the 60’s, a movie was in the works based on Jan Hanussen’s life but production was mysteriously halted and the movie never got out of development and was eventually disbanded.