"Hitler was a 'puppet doll' of the international financial community."
- Adolf Eichmann
- Adolf Eichmann
In 2011, an event took place which was barely covered by the mainstream media concerning the release of a remarkable historic statement - by former SS-Obersturmbannführer Adolf Eichmann - made about the actual status of his old boss Adolf Hitler; by comparing him to a puppet being operated by the world's banking institutions of the era. The trial of Eichmann drew international attention and over fifty years after the start of the proceedings in Jerusalem, the Israeli State Archives published numerous secret criminal proceedings entitled, A look behind the scenes of the arrest and the trial of Adolf Eichmann.
Among these documents are details of conversations between Eichmann and his German attorney Robert Servatius from 1960 which include Servatius asking Eichman, if he had seen gas chambers being used during the reign of National Socialism. Eichmann responded that he had "once visited a small gas chamber, but no large rooms used for destruction". He had "seen a pile of corpses, which were apparently poisoned". Eichmann then said: "My conscience is completely pure." and maintained that he only followed instructions given to him from above.
The most fascinating material relates to how, following the war, Eichmann came to re-evaluate National Socialism and the rise of Hitler in the 1930s. Servatius stated, that Eichmann can see the past, "with completely different eyes." When asked about his views on Adolf Hitler, Eichmann responded Hitler was, only been a "puppet doll" of the international financial community. Eichmann also described Hitler as being "impulsive", and that he was no statesman, being constantly surrounded by 'advisers' who did not dare to disagree with his ideas.