Raul Wallenberg18. October, 2008
“Raul Wallenberg had done nothing against the Soviet Union. His “crime” was that he knew too much. While rescuing Jewish people in Hungary during the last year the Germans controlled that nation, he found out that the Nazis and the Zionists had worked hand in hand to uproot Jews from Europe and resettle them in Palestine. Why he was not outright murdered is unknown, but he was taken out of “circulation” and had to endure years of torment in Soviet prisons and mental hospitals, before he must have died. If he is still alive today, he would be 91 years of age. ”
7. Sources for the Wallenberg story: Encyclopaedia Britannica 1994-2002;
“AFFARERNAS SVERIGE,” by Kent Olsson, published by Contra Forlag KB, Stockholm, Sweden, 1991
“HEROES, ANTIHEROES AND THE HOLOCAUST” by David Morrison, published by Milah Press, Jerusalem and London, 1995.
“KUNSKAPENS BOK,” published by Bokforlaget Natur och Kultur, Stockholm, 1952