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"Shocked who was Hitler's banker who was the guy who really created the. The German miracle in between the wars and got Germany on a war, footing he went to Jakarta and he advised Sukarno as to how to handle The regime and how to create a buffer against communism from. China and basically told him to kind, of, create a Calif faith that would extend, from the Muslim parts of southeast Asia all the way through Indonesia to act as kind of a buffer against communism so shocked who was Hitler's personal the banker who put him on the map who put Nazi Germany on, the map is they're advising Sukarno in the nineteen fifties and we have, those records from. A number of journalists who interviewed shocked at the time and other paperwork that we have documents on shocked he. Was there advising Sukarno just at the, time when poke and Hullah his wife or Hitler Eva were showing up in Jakarta in order to begin their odyssey of living in Indonesia so there was just a lot of, Nazi connections to that country that, going back all the way back to two World War One and the you know the the inter war period between war. War World War One, and two so there was a lot of that Commerce, going back, and forth let's communications correspondents going back and forth so it would have. Been very very well aware of that Yeah so this is again if he's the reason. Why he might not have gone to. Argentina or if he did he, didn't go there for long Is because, why be around a bunch of You know leader hose, and wearing guys would beer Stein's talking German making themselves pretty obvious, to the. Locals when you could just really really disappear and, if you can get by, without? The education plus, he? Had the Parkinson's right so I mean what what's going on with him physically with Hitler during this period is people, talked about that famous last film of him shaking hands with the pitiful homefront homeguard of old men and little boys that were. Supposed to defend Berlin to the last breath the hands are shaking and people. Saying the? Parkinson's had already? Had taken hold so why why could we why do we think he was any kind of physical health to? Travel, seven years later when he left Italy well. There's actually a reason for that as well and if you read the, the accounts of the people in the bunker you'll, you'll get an answer to that. Amazingly he he was never diagnosed with Parkinson's that was an assumption you know people made But, there was, never a medical diagnosis he had a doctor, he had a guy call Dr Morales and Dr morelle was feeding him full. Of all, sorts of, drugs narcotics and all sorts of wild stuff and homeopathic, medicine that Burrell himself manufactured in his own factory so he was, pumping Hitler. Full of all kinds of stuff including cocaine and, phetamine all kinds of things, I? Would just threw, him? Out of whack Hitler rid of morale a few weeks before the end he got rid of him I think at, the end of March beginning of April he told Burrell to just to go and once he did that he stopped taking Morales. Medicine his health improved so the people in the bunker said he started to. Get he? Started to lose? The shakes so it could have been possible he was just die on of means or something we have a? List, of the of the drugs that morale was. Giving him that's been declassified recently and doctors have been you know medical, people looking over it and examining it and they're, just horrified at the kind of. Stuff that Monroe was. Giving Hitler, so it's Possible he didn't have Parkinson's however just to add one more piece to. The puzzle The guy posing as, George Polk, who wasn't Polk was living on this remote island I say it Indonesia hold Sumbawa and there was an Indonesian doctor working for the military who actually visited some Bala as part of a an American. Medical ship that was running around to that part of the world in nineteen sixty and it's actually a ship that I contributed to as. A kid in school because they were, raising money for this for this charity ship and this doctor was on the ship. And he went and saw this year and had. Heard about the so-called. German, doctor and he went to visit the German doctor In nineteen sixty and they had some sort. Of a conversation he saw the wife of very, pretty German woman also he called them German. They were actually Austrian whether they were Hitler or not if it was, poke it was all he was also Australian which was part of the the story so he saw this guy with a kind of tremor. And he thought that perhaps Dr. Poke had Parkinson's there was this idea. That maybe you know, he had something like that and should be checked out by a real doctor and. Poke waved him off, he didn't, want to be checked by anyone he was reckless he didn't want to deal with any foreigners at all he was perfectly happy dealing with the local people but he didn't want to deal with far. So there was there was a kind of a of a problem there and we don't even hear about this until many years later when. Klaus Barbie in the nineteen eighties is, arrested in Bolivia extradited to France he was a famous war criminal this news was. All over the newspapers and as our Indonesia And Dr from nineteen sixty, is reading the newspapers in all of this suddenly he sees pictures of Hitler as a young soldier in the trenches in, World War One. And says my goodness that's the. Doctor I saw on."