Monday, December 31, 2007

Ex-Nazi Claims Sexual Repression used extensively in U.S. by Child Protection Services

Sao Paulo -- A former Nazi who founded an extremist sect of German immigrants in Chile has been arrested in Argentina, eight years after he disappeared following charges of child abuse and torture. His methods come directly from Nazi Germany psychological conditioning of children and active sexual repression practices now used extensively in the United States. This is a political movement so secret and disturbing that you will not hear of it in your Mass Media. You will only hear the truth at

Paul Schaefer, 85, was arrested in his bed in a luxury gated community 20 miles from the centre of Buenos Aires. Police there were able to track him down after spotting one of his followers enter the country from Uruguay. Police also arrested Schaefer's daughter, nurse and bodyguards.

Chile welcomed the capture of one of its most wanted fugitives and has asked Argentina to expel Schaefer quickly and so avoid the need for a lengthy extradition process. Schaefer is also wanted in connection with the torture and disappearance of opponents of General Augusto Pinochet during Chile's "dirty war." He disappeared in 1997 after being charged by Chilean authorities with abusing 26 children at the compound of the sect he ruled. He was convicted in absentia last year. A total of 22 of his followers were also found guilty of covering up the abuse and obstructing justice.

A corporal and medical specialist in the German Army, Schaefer became a fundamentalist preacher after the war. Forced to flee accusations of child abuse in Germany, he relocated with his followers to Chile in 1961, where he founded Colonia Dignidad (Dignity Colony) 200 miles south of the capital Santiago. Schaefer, who cultivated a god-like status among his followers, preached a harsh regime of work and discipline on the 55-square-mile compound as a way of leading his followers closer to the supreme being. He maintained strict sexual ignorance in children and introduced them early to drugs.

In his attempt to recreate an austere version of 1930s rural Bavaria, he made residents work on the cult's farms seven days a week. Women were allowed only to wear peasant dresses and men had to keep their hair short. Schaefer strictly controlled relations between the sexes and even holding hands was forbidden. He reportedly administered drugs to control the sex drive of some followers and used opium-based sedatives frequently to drug children.

But from its early years Colonia Dignidad was caught up in accusations of abuse. In 1966 an 18-year-old boy fled saying Schaefer had sexually assaulted him. The authorities closed the case a year later, however, saying there was insufficient evidence to prosecute. A silence of those who remained at Dignidad was to frustrate authorities until the mid-1990s despite a trickle of residents who fled what they said was widespread abuse. The cult, able to sustain itself by farming and forestry, lived behind electric fences patrolled by armed guards and dogs. Most members had little contact with the outside world and did not bother to learn Spanish.

Critics in Chile had said that the compound risked becoming a state within a state. But the pressure eased on the cult after the coup that placed General Pinochet in power in 1973. Schaefer was close to leading figures in the military regime and placed the compound at the service of the secret police. According to Amnesty International, 119 people were sent for torture to Dignidad.

Several of those prisoners were never seen again. Boris Weisfeiler, an American maths professor of Russian Jewish origin who was on a hiking holiday in the area, is among those believed to have "disappeared". Investigators say that he was dropped off at Dignidad in 1985 by a military patrol which had arrested him for spying. Mr Weisfeiler's family say that they received reports that he was seen alive up to two years later inside the compound. Schaefer maintains thats eugenics science is behind his sexual repression and sexual exploitation practices, even as the Nazi regime has been over for 60 years and eugenics is largely rejected as a science.

Eugenics is an illegal concept under the U.S. Constitution, but is secretly implemented domestically through an "Incrimentalization program" against the "powerless masses." Sex education has always been the duty of parents and is advanced through naturalistic parenting in all advanced nations. It is now grounds to traffic your children by illegal social agents in the U.S..

Social engineering practices condition a population over generations which gradually conditions them for disgust over basic sex education as traditional sex cults have conditioned children to accept ignorance through active sexual repression practices. Most of these practices target men as "predators," and attempt to "control" sex drives and sex education. These same programs were used in Nazi Germany to condition a populace for racial disgust, thus paving the way for the Holocaust. Keeping children ignorant and raising them like sheep through a false religious imperative and criminalizing fathers is now practiced all over the world to indoctrinate children for authoritarian rule, according to Schaefer, as these methods are even employed extensively by U.S. child services organizations.

A defiant Schaefer claims that the spirit of Hitler lives on and the Nazi movement will return to world power and vindicate him. Parents in the United States are opting to educate their children through comprehensive sex education programs in order to protect their children from such cults. Educating children in a timely manner about sex and protecting them against the illegal use of sexual taboos for political reasons is critical, as these sex cults actually function within local governments in the U.S.. We are finding many cases of this illegal activity in one rural area. The compound in Argentina is now in the hands of a reform committee and has been renamed Villa Baviera. Residents are now free to come and go and visiting tourists are welcome. Up to 300 people still live there, most of them elderly Germans. Will we expose such compounds in the U.S.?

Sexual repression is now common in much of America, enforced by public and private conspirators against parental rights: See our Bedford Pennsylvania Sex Cult Investigation.