COMMUNIST HIT LIST | VOL. I: GENERAL PATTON
World War II produced some of America’s greatest heroes but also some of its greatest enemies, which it still faces today. The enemies of America are omnipresent, they lurk in the shadows, and they wear the same uniform as patriots. Until now, the mainstream lie was that General George S. Patton died due to injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident. New evidence has emerged, new independent investigations have been conducted and for the first time, COMMUNIST HIT LIST VOL I: GENERAL PATTON will collate this evidence together to demonstrate that General Patton was assassinated by the communist cabal.
TRANSCRIPT & SOURCES
Within the world of the elite, there is a plane of existence that has been operating within the shadows and within those shadows, there has been assassinations sanctioned by the very people that have sworn to protect and serve the American people. Their motivation, their drive for these illicit activities is simply the desire of total power and control by any means necessary. Many of these men and women who have been assassinated, were targeted because they stood in the way of the elite, they put their patria before themselves and most importantly, they knew the secrets of the elite. Let me present to you a hero, a hero that deserves better than what this documentary can accomplish, a hero that was assassinated by a cabal of communists and American traitors, welcome to the communist hitlist.
General George S. Patton’s death has always been a mystery, not just with people who desire the truth but even to General Patton’s family including his wife, Beatrice Patton. After Beatrice lost her husband to pulmonary edema and congestive heart failure after he was put in the hospital, from what is often described as a “minor” car accident, rumors began to spread that he was murdered. Beatrice, questioning her husband’s death, hired a private investigator, unfortunately, because the availability of evidence at the time, nothing was found.
While this may appear to be a simple correction of historical data, I can assure you, that the death of General Patton wasn’t just the first casualty of the Cold War but the removal of a major roadblock for politicians, future politicians, and of course, communism. His mysterious death has had a butterfly effect all the way to modern times. And boldly stated, the world we live in today, would not be the world we could have lived in if General Patton wasn’t murdered.
The Accepted Narrative
December 9th, 1945, Mannheim Germany, Victory in Europe has been declared for months, General Patton, after being relieved of command by General Eisenhower, is on his way to go hunting with General Hobart Gay, PFC Horace Woodring and Technical Sergeant Joe Scruce (Yes, Scruce is his real name). While traveling the desolate, warn torn roads of post war Germany, General Patton’s vehicle is struck by a 2 ½ ton Army Truck, driven by Technician 5th Class Robert Thompson. Thompson, while traveling in the opposite direction of General Patton, without signaling makes a sharp left turn, which left Woodring, Patton’s driver, no time to react and ultimately striking Thompsons truck. Surprisingly, within minutes, Military Police, an ambulance and other military members including a mystery General arrive on scene to render aid. Military Police and investigators begin doing interviews and investigating the crash.
In the back of Patton’s 1938 Cadillac, where he was seated with General Gay, Patton is to be found in the arms of his fellow General, bleeding from his head, he looks at General Gay and mummers “I think I’m paralyzed, work my fingers”. General Patton has suffered a neck injury and a facial laceration and is the only one that has been injured.
Patton is evacuated in the back of an ambulance driven by the mystery General named Cobb and with a Dr. Captain Snyder rendering aid in the back. The hospital is located in Heidelberg, 20 miles away from the crash site and with a trip time of 30 minutes. Upon arrival, Patton is immediately attended to by the military medical professionals. He is diagnosed with “a fracture of the third cervical vertebra, with a posterior dislocation of the fourth cervical vertebra.” Whether or not the spinal cord had been transected or merely traumatized remained a matter of conjecture. The attending physicians at the hospital, knowing that Patton’s vertebrae needed traction to be applied, ordered a brutal device to be utilized called Crutchfield Tongs, they were to be affixed on Patton’s head.
However, the remedy the American doctors had ordered, the Crutchfield Tongs, were not doing their job and a few days later, a “top neurosurgeon, British Brigadier Hugh Cairns, a professor at Oxford, had been flown in by the army from London. He had observed that the Crutchfield tongs were slipping because of the shape of Patton’s head, and recommended instead that zygomatic hooks be applied for better traction” (Page 81 Target Patton) Later, on December 17th, the physicians decided to check spinal fluid in Patton’s neck, the “Tests showed that the tongs had done their work. “The flow of spinal fluid was free and there was not the slightest indication of pressure”. (Page 81 Target Patton, PDF). General Patton, “Old Blood and Guts” jovial mood was returning, his nurse, stating in her reports that he was “cheerful, very alert” and that Patton had told her that “I am feeling really well, Ann. For the first time.” (Page 82 Target Patton PDF).
Clearly, General Patton was making large improvements, so much so, it was arranged for him to return to the United States and recover in a more capable and well stocked hospital. Unfortunately, on December 21st 1945, with Patton’s pulse fading, irregular breathing, and inability to take fluids, General George S. Patton, the greatest General to ever serve in the U.S. Military, passed away. Ultimately, mainstream historians accept the official narrative without even entertaining the idea he was assassinated. But since almost every shred of evidence from official Depart of Defense and congressional archives has somehow vanished, including official files such as the crash reports, how can there be an official story? (Page 114, Skubik)
Persona Non Grata
While the official story sounds like a typical accident gone wrong, it fails to emphasize or at the very least, indicate that there could be a reason to kill General Patton. To fully understand why the idea that General Patton was assassinated is becoming relatively accepted, is because of the declassification of a U.S. Counterintelligence operation called “The Venona Project”, which was decrypting Soviet communications, and unmasked how deep the Soviets had penetrated the U.S Government, the Private Sector and almost every level of infrastructure with their spies. And because of Venona, the exposure of obvious foul play, especially pertaining to General Patton’s assassination, is undoubtedly there. Hence why historians ignore it because the information contained within Venona, is so powerful, it is “rewriting history”. Because communists don’t write about what happened, they write about what ought to have happened.
Which leads to the question everyone should be asking, especially so-called historians, “why kill Patton”? Because the further you unpack and understand Patton’s character, his never-ending success, his failures and his vocal anti-communist nature, the pieces begin to fall into place. It would be an understatement to say the General wasn’t afraid to speak his mind, even when it led to his demise and criticism, especially by the media.
He often disagreed with his senior leadership, whether it was military leadership such as General Eisenhower, or political leadership at the highest-level, including President Franklin Roosevelt. And by all accounts, Patton had every right to disagree with their decisions, he always handed what was thought to be impossible success, while other Allied Generals, such as General Bernard Montgomery who hated General Patton but who was favored by Eisenhower, would implement plans by Montgomery, probably because it helped him politically, rather than militarily. Because in the end, the Eisenhower approved plan known as Operation Market Garden, crafted by Montgomery, failed miserably and cost the allies tens of thousands of lives. Patton, from the beginning, was against Market Garden, which forced Eisenhower to call upon Patton to deliver success.
What is often ignored and most critical to understanding why General Patton was assassinated, was that his success breed toxic jealously among other Generals, specifically Montgomery, but probably the most important of all, was his views on the Soviet Union and communism. And because of his views, enemies began to surround Patton on both the American side and the Russian side. Countless times, General Patton was warned of assassination plans against him, “Just weeks before his fateful accident, retired General Charles P. Summerall, former army chief of staff, wrote Patton, “Your success has aroused jealousy and made enemies of those who profited by your victories. They have finished with you and now seek to destroy you.” (Target Patton, Page 369) “Patton was informed by the U.S. Army Counterintelligence Corps that the Soviet NKVD was ordered to kill him. (Page 123, Skubik) Even Marlene Dietrich, who was in Europe entertaining troops and without a doubt was surrounded by high level brass and the press, told General Patton that “someone or some of group of persons was out to get him” (Target Patton, Page 291).
This was due to General Patton’s outspoken nature against the way the war was ran by Eisenhower and the incompetence and corruption of the U.S. Government with trusting the Soviet Union. The same Soviet Union who was holding American Soldiers as POWs, and “As a result of the cruel policy,” “many of the abandoned POWs spent the rest of their lives in the gulags working as slave labor for the USSR.” (Target Patton, Page 355) There were approximately 20,000 American POW’s and 20,000 British POW’s and according to declassified memo’s, General Marshall knew about this and so did General Patton and his Third Army. There was a fear, that because General Patton loved the American fighting man, he would mobilize his Third Army and rescue the forgotten soldiers. The American Government did not want this, nor did the Soviet Union.
FDR, Eisenhower, and other political and military leadership abandoned those men in fear of upsetting Stalin. But why? If we unleash the facts of the Venona Project, we see that in 1939, FDR’s “internal security advisor, Adolf Berle, assistant secretary of state, handed him a well-sourced report stating that Morganthau aide, Harry Dexter White, and Lauchlin Currie, his (meaning President Roosevelt’s) own personal advisor, were both Soviet spies, he exhibited no interest, and even got mad and forbade mention of the problem” (Target Patton, Page 237 & 238) “There were Soviet spies in virtually every part of the U.S. government during the war, stealing secrets and influencing policy—all to aid Stalin and the USSR.” (Target Patton, Page 241) FDR’s Vice President, Henry Wallace, believed the Soviet Union was a model society and what America should aspire to be. This was the antithesis to what Patton believed.
Moreover, the Democrats in Washington believed that “Uncle Joe”, as FDR often referred affectionately to Stalin as, that “Stalin was sincere in his pronouncements of peace, justice, and a better world for all” (Target Patton, Page 8) The school boyish attraction FDR had for Stalin was becoming noticeable at the General Officer level and was raising concerns among many of them, especially General Patton. FDR believed that the Soviet Military should have a seat on the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff (Target Patton, Page 318). It simply wasn’t enough for the Soviets to have spies sleeping next door to the President of the United States, controlling the press, and intelligence reports, now they wanted to make decisions for the U.S. Military. Fortunately, the Joint Chiefs uncovered the trait of courage and refused to let this happen, which FDR eventually accepted. But FDR didn’t stop there, he ordered that military counterintelligence was to “cease any investigations of known or suspected communists and destroy all files on such persons immediately” (Target Patton, Page 251) FDR also ordered all investigations and reporting on what the Soviet Union was doing post WWII to stop.
The significance of this decision wasn’t a friendly gesture to the Soviets. The Soviets were actively tapping phones of American forces in Europe, this was a gesture of capitulation and borderline treason. Declassified reports from Venona and other WWII files, show that FDR, in conjunction with the OSS and NKVD were monitoring General Patton’s communication lines, thus making both parties privy to Patton’s schedule. Could this be why FDR ordered all investigations and files on communists to be destroyed? Would having a paper trail make assassination unpalatable? I think the answer is a resounding yes, hence why every official document on General Patton’s car accident has vanished, including crash investigation reports, interviews of people at the crash site, and even Army counterintelligence reports indicating there was an NKVD plan to assassinate Patton. All reports, gone. What raises even more suspicion, is that some of the reports were even stolen from Army Counterintelligence filing cabinets. (Page 224 Skubiks files were stolen)
Many might be asking, why would the American OSS work with the Russian NKVD to kill Patton? This is a point of contention historians have conveniently ignored over the years. Patton was clearly making waves with American and Russian military and political leadership. Stalin personally wanted Patton to be assassinated. This is not an unusual tactic of Stalin, Eisenhower and even the OSS. All parties were avid supporters of assassinations against who they deemed the enemy, even political ones. When Eisenhower was President, he authorized numerous assassinations, most notably Fidel Castro’s failed assassination attempt. Stalin however, utilized his NKVD murder teams to kill anyone whom he felt no longer served a purpose. He favored motor vehicle accidents as a method of assassinations and even if the target failed to die in the accident, he knew the job could be finished in the hospital. Because if the target wasn’t killed, the NKVD murder teams would be killed for failing to complete their mission. Stalin even had a Foreign Minister for Moscow to China assassinated because Stalin believed “he knew too much”. Method of assassination, motor vehicle collision. (Target Patton, Page 212)
Eerily enough, the same manner that Patton died is an almost identical algorithm to the Stalin sanctioned assassination of Bishop Theodore Romzha, car crash, hospital visit, ultimate cause of death, lung failure. Bishop Romzha’s murder was completed by an undercover nurse who delivered fatal injection because the Soviets had spies everywhere. The injections delivered by murder teams, such as the nurse of Bishop Romzha, was supplied by the NKVD because they “had a laboratory that specialized in undetectable poisons which induced natural causes of death like embolism.” (Target Patton, Page 399) And according to the official death of General Patton, he died of pulmonary edema and CHF, which was induced by what attending physician Dr. Hill called a “Shower emboli”.
The OSS, having established a shadow partnership with the NKVD, appeared to have adopted the same tactics by the NKVD. Which is no surprise, considering that the OSS was infiltrated by communist spies and their leader, Bill Donovan was a communist sympathizer, if not a Soviet spy himself. Donovan at a “congressional committee investigating communists in the OSS, lied about the backgrounds of four communist party members he had hired.” Even one of Donovan’s assistants, Duncan Lee, was a Soviet spy. After general Patton’s death and being confronted about being a spy, Lee disappeared for a few years with rumors that he was in the Soviet Union (Target Patton, Page 396) Shockingly enough, former OSS agents described Donovan as being an “Anti-Anti-Communist who had always been ‘soft and mushy’ in his treatment of communists in the government,” as well as elsewhere, especially the OSS.” (Target Patton, Page 248) Donovan, would often disclose classified information to the Soviets gaining nothing in return. At this point, you probably won’t be surprised when I tell you, Donovan hated General Patton much like his Soviet friends.
When a criminal investigation goes cold, meaning, nobody has been prosecuted, the break in the case is almost always when an admission is uncovered. The difference in this case, is that it wasn’t treated as a crime, and yet it should have been. However, that doesn’t exonerate from it not being treated as a crime, hence why have statute of limitations exists. But this case is unique, aside from the cabalistic parties involved, we had someone admit to the crime, possess verifiable evidence, the skills required to assassinate or at least assist in the assassination, and most importantly we had someone with a motive. If this was any other case, law enforcement would immediately investigate, why is this case so different?
Meet Douglas Bazata, a decorated OSS assassin, with some of the most damning evidence on the agency’s involvement with Patton’s death. In 1979, while at a Veterans of the OSS dinner in Washington’s Hilton Hotel he claimed “I know the guy who killed him. But I was the one who got paid for it.” (Target Patton, Page 51) Additionally, “He claimed he had been asked by none other than OSS director-founder “Wild Bill” Donovan himself to assassinate the general.” (Target Patton, Page 50) Details of the meetings between Bazata and Donovan were written in Bazata’s journals. Contained in the journal entries are dates, topics of the meetings, and most importantly, official records place Bazata and Donovan in the same area during the war. While it could be argued that the details could be fabricated, Bazata when described by friend’s state “Douglas talks around things. It’s hard to pin him down. But I’ve never known him to lie”. (Target Patton, Page 22) Even after Bazata made his claims to Spotlight Magazine, he “took a lie detector test and passed. After expert administration and analysis of Bazata’s test, they concluded that “Bazata gave no evidence in lying”. (Target Patton, Page 51).
His motive was simple, Bazata believed that if he did not accept the mission from Donovan to stop Patton, he himself would have been killed. “He felt because Donovan answered to FDR, the order must have come from him.”
Moreover, because we know Donovan was a communist sympathizer, much like FDR, it makes sense for a joint operation between the OSS and the NKVD to take place to murder who they both believed stood in their way, General Patton. According to Bazata, when Donovan was explaining the assassination mission of Patton, Donovan told Bazata that “Patton was undermining all that had been achieved and was a threat to US Objectives”. (Target Patton, Page 62) Bataza claimed to have warned Patton, but Patton’s response was “well fuck’em. They’ve got to run pretty fast to catch me” (Target Patton, Page 62).
Bazata, when recounting his time in the OSS, he stated that “If somebody knew something, or thought they did, and that would hurt us, we had to shut them up before they got to the other government. That was my job.” General Patton knew things, in fact he knew so much about the failures of how the war was ran, the corruption within the military and government, that he often talked about resigning from the military and running for Senate in California. “He was (even) feared as a potential President of the United States.” (Page 16 Skubik) And who became President after WWII in 1953? General Eisenhower. It appears that if General Patton was going to expose all the failures and corruption of the ruling class during WWII, why wouldn’t they go after him? Especially someone who they believed was eyeing the Presidency.
Not only were American military and political leadership against, Patton, so was the media. The corrupt media attempted to assassinate Patton’s character, calling for his resignation, fabricating stories about him, and brow beating General Eisenhower to punish Patton, which ultimately Eisenhower did numerous times due to the vicious reports by the media. Such as reporters calling him a Fascists or “an out of control Nazi” (Target Patton, Page 256) The Communist sympathizers in the media like Drew Pearson would weaponize every negative aspect about Patton, all in an attempt to remove Patton from the battlefield and ensure he can’t run for political office. Senators even demanded Patton be removed from the service. So, who was fighting the war, politicians, the media, or the military? Ironically enough, the media’s role today has not shifted in how they view Patton, especially because President Donald Trump has a special liking for the General. Even the treatment they both received is practically identical.
The constant negative press Patton received, more than likely fueled the desire for assassination. Multiple attempts against him, including when Patton was flying in his L5 Sentinel aircraft, a British Spitfire flown by a Polish pilot attempted to shoot down Patton’s plane. While circling above, were more Spitfires ominously watching. (Page 129 Skubik). The spitfire ultimately crashed to the ground, but no investigation was conducted. The NKVD had amassed a large spy network within Poland and the Polish military. Bazata claims to have worked with a Polish Communist, who he nicknamed the “Pole”, “He said the Pole “shocked” him by indicating he, too, had been ordered to kill Patton.” (Target Patton, Page 33)
Other attempts were made, such as a strategically placed oxcart in the road that Patton frequently traveled, which almost decapitated Patton or on October 14th, less than 2 months before the notorious life ending car crash, “Patton was reported (to have been) in an automobile accident near his headquarters at Bad Nauheim and escaped serious injury.” (Target Patton, Page 361) It is entirely possible this was a first vehicle assassination attempt by the NKVD to murder Patton but on December 9th, 1945, Patton’s luck had come to a halt.
Now, it’s time for the uncomfortable truth, the truth that communist cabal has silenced. We know the official story behind the accident, we know the parties involved that wanted Patton dead, now it’s time to unravel the countless errors, inconsistencies, the people involved in Patton’s death and the actual death itself. Starting when Patton’s vehicle, driven by PFC Woodring with the passengers being Patton and General Gay. While they were at the railroad tracks waiting for a train to finish passing. Woodring, when describing the actions leading up to the crash, states, “About six hundred yards beyond the railroad track, I noticed two 6 x 6 trucks ahead. When I first started up, one of these also pulled away from the curb and approached in our direction” (Target Patton, Page 173). Now why were these 2 ½ ton trucks pulled off on the side of the road? Especially if just waiting for a train. Unless of course they were waiting on Patton.
The driver of the 2 ½ ton truck that crashed into Patton’s 1938 Cadillac, was Technician 5th class Robert Thompson who states “As I had already started my turn I could not avoid the car hitting the rear of the truck. I did not notice the car until I had started to turn”. (Target Patton, Page 185) But the area he was turning into, was nothing but “wreckage” and the “depot appeared to be closed”, so why drive into it? (Target Patton, Page 262) Thompson, the day after the crash, spoke to media personalities, the same media personalities that hated Patton and were Pro-Communist, when conducting the interviews, Thompson blamed Patton for the crash. Again, the media failed to get the facts right, Thompson was in clear violation of basic driving rules, failure to yield to oncoming traffic, failure to use a turn signal, driving while intoxicated and driving a stolen vehicle. Moreover, Thompson also broke military regulations by having three passengers in the front, which regulation states you can only have two, coupled with the fact that Thompson had a German civilian in the front, along with another mystery passenger that nobody has been able to track down.
Bazata claims Thompson and the men in the truck did not know the target but that he did recruit them to help assassinate Patton. Bazata claims it only took some money and liquor to get them to do it, which would explain why they were drunk at the scene. Thompsons family also claimed that their father made a lot of money during the war, but they weren’t sure how. (Target Patton, Page 66). June, Thompsons daughter, states that after the crash her father “was grabbing pieces off Patton’s car and selling them. He was shyster. He was really into the Black Market.” She continued by also saying that her “father was a really good liar” (Target Patton, Page 269) June, doubting everything her father told her about the incident, conducted her own research on Patton’s death but wasn’t sure about the conspiracy or not.
She also added that her father “had a very weak personality…He was not the smartest bulb on the planet. He would have sold his soul to the devil. Anything for a buck.” (Target Patton, Page 268) Thompsons entire family and even neighbors seem to recount him the same way. While proving Thompson’s character wasn’t exactly favorable, it doesn’t mean he was the killer. In fact, I believe Bazata when he states that Thompson didn’t know anything about the target, Thompson even attempted suicide in 1964 because of the remorse he felt, and his wife even said he always “felt like a murderer”. (Target Patton, Page 262-263) But why wasn’t he arrested by the Military Police? His infractions are clearly arrestable offense’s. Or was the Military Police somehow involved? Because after the crash, Thompson was immediately flown to England for unknown reasons.
But add more fuel to the conspiracy fire, “Within hours of the accident” Patton’s vehicle “was already on its way to an unknown military junkyard where precisely what happened to it would become yet another mystery” (Target Patton, Page 192). Why would anyone do this? Unless of course you are trying to get rid of evidence, which is precisely what happened. Even the car in the Patton Museum, that was insisted upon by former management, that it was the original Patton car, turns out not being genuine and that Vehicle Identification Numbers was purposely scratched out. (Target Patton, Page 310) The museum claims to have the paperwork but that has yet to be proven.
Additionally, Patton’s crash is persistently described as a “minor” car accident. Does this look like a minor car accident? What is very interesting is that Robert Wilcox, the author of Target Patton, had an LAPD investigator named Toni Wolf examine the photos of the crash. Wolf states that “none of the photos show the same damage”…”the damage varied from photograph to photograph” (Target Patton, Page 326) *She also adds that the original story that is on display at the Patton Museum, that upon impact, Patton was thrown forward and hit his head on the clock inside the vehicle, simply would not have happened. Woodring, the driver of Patton’s vehicle swerved to the left at the last second to miss the truck and because of the trajectory of the vehicle, Patton’s head would have been thrown to the right and if he hit anything, it would have been the window next to him. (Target Patton, Page 328) This means General Patton had somehow sustained injuries from an outside force.
Another very important but again, glossed over detail is that of PFC Woodring, Patton’s driver. This was not Patton’s long standing driver, Francis “Jeep” Sanza. Patton lost his normal driver due to Eisenhower firing him, thus stripping him of Francis and his bodyguards (Pag 123 Skubik). His new driver, PFC Woodring, whom Patton never blamed for the accident, “had been shacking up with a Polish NKVD girl the night before.” (Page 131 Skubik) And that’s just who was in the car, another key detail, if not one of the most important ones, is that one of Patton’s Intelligence Officers, Robert S. Allen, former name Herman Greenberg was a Soviet Spy, KKK Member, worked with the radical communist columnist Drew Pearson, and was subject to a wiretap operation Project Mockingbird because he was suspected of leaking classified material.
Eisenhower though, wasn’t solely responsible for the firing of Patton. If you watched my latest video on the Frankfurt School, you already know of Herbert Marcuse and his dealings with the OSS but what is unknown by many, is that he was partially responsible for getting Patton fired. “Marcuse’s efforts were (1) to undercut anyone of importance who was anti-Soviet and (2) to eliminate anti-Nazi-anti-Communist leaders” “from any role in the rehabilitation of postwar Germany.” (Target Patton, Page 409 & 410) For all intents and purposes, the war may have been over, but Patton was unknowingly surrounded on all fronts.
Last Conscious Stop
When Patton is finally transported to the 130th Hospital in Heidelberg Germany, the vicious hive known as the media swarmed the hospital. Including “every correspondent, reporter, stringer, freelance rubberneck and photographer” (all) had descended on the hospital”. (Target Patton, Page 194) Patton’s security, was practically non-existent. Which would allow an assassin to easily sneak into the hospital and finish the job, much like Bishop Romhza, remember, this was a trademark of the NKVD and OSS. “Reporters posed as patients, donned hospital gowns to try to look like medical personnel and attempted to bribe the designated hospital cook – privileged to serve Patton by himself – with cartons of Lucky Strikes,…” (Target Patton, Page 195)
Even the Doctors were confused on how and why Patton took a turn for the worst, Dr Spurling even stated “We had accomplished a perfect reduction of the fractured vertebrae . . . as far as the spinal cord injury is concerned he was making very good progress.” (Target Patton, Page 203) Patton’s nurse, Ann, even reported he was eating his meals and feeling much better. He was well on the road to recovery and as stated earlier, he was going to be flown to back to the United States. Days later, on December 21st 1945 Patton dies from pulmonary edema and CHF. But if we recall, the Soviets had a laboratory that could create poisons that could induce those very physiological responses. Bazata claimed that “Since the general had not died in the accident – as was intended- he said he was told a “refined form of cyanide had been used to kill him later in the hospital. It had been made in Czechoslovakia, and, in small amounts, could be “timed to kill” over a ‘period such as 18 to 48 hours’”-an obvious allusion to the fact that Patton had suffered an unexpected relapse.” (Target Patton, Page 50)
Many believe, including myself, that it was “Soviet NKVD agents or their OSS communist agents who killed him at the hospital in Heidelberg.” (Page 16, Skubik) And because Stalin and FDR, had a mutual hatred for Patton and an oddly close relationship, all Stalin had to do was simply ask FDR, and the order would be carried out. Remember what FDR said about Stalin, “If I give him everything I possibly can and ask nothing in return, he won’t try to annex anything, and he Stalin will work with me for a world of democracy and peace.
And as the years have passed and the people who could be held accountable have ran their course in life, dozens and dozens of well-respected government officials in high positions have stated, Patton was murdered. Numerous OSS Agents, before their death, admitted the OSS was responsible for the assassination. Even Senator Joseph McCarthy knew something was wrong with the official story, his “investigators had been working on the Patton murder and that he was planning hearings.” (Target Patton) Unfortunately, we know the fate of Senator McCarthy, he was slandered by the media, he was a victim of stolen history, and he too was a victim of the communist hitlist.
General Patton was nothing like what media and historians portray him to be. He was a leader of men and he cared deeply for them. George was a man with a kind heart, he often would succumb to tears thinking of the men that gave up life and limb to serve their country. He was proud of those men and while this documentary only strives to serve him the justice he deserves, I know nothing can. The death of this man is continuing to impact our country today and if we ever desire to live up to the impossible standard of General George Patton, we need to stand our ground, we need to stand for something and be guided by the love of our country and our fellow Americans. Live not just for yourself but for God and country. Pro deo et Patria, Loyal Nine Out.