…by Jonas E. Alexis and Brother Nathanael Kapner

JEA: The Daily Mail declared last December that “Mystery over US war hero’s death in hospital 12 days after he was paralyzed in an apparent car accident still fuels conspiracy theory years later.”[1] The funny thing is that by charging others of summoning conspiracy theory, the Daily Mail could not hide the fact that General George Patton was evidently assainated. Listen to this very carefully here:

“Seventy- four years ago this month, General George S. Patton was en route to a Sunday afternoon hunting trip in the devastated region of Mannheim, Germany when his Cadillac limousine collided with a military truck parked on the side of the road. The two other passengers in the vehicle were unharmed except General Patton who was left with a massive head wound and paralyzed from the neck down.

“Patton was swiftly taken to an Army hospital 20 miles away where he made rapid strides in recovery over the course of 12 days. His presiding physician had given him the medical clearance to make the gruelling trans-Atlantic flight back home when suddenly on December 21, 1945, the indestructible general who revelled in his nickname ‘Old Blood and Guts’ was pronounced dead.

“No autopsy was ever performed. All the reports and investigations into the accident have mysteriously disappeared. In 1979, an American spy with a sterling reputation named Douglas Bazata claimed that he was ordered by the Office of Strategic Services (a precursor to the CIA) to kill Patton and make his murder look like an accident.

“Since Bazata’s confession a number of independent sources with circumstantial evidence have come forward to corroborate various parts of Bazata’s story; yet still – the untimely death of General Patton remains one of WWII’s most enduring mysteries.”[2]

Then we hear this:

“Under Patton’s decisive leadership, the Third Army drove retreating German forces out of occupied territories in an ‘unprecedented display of military brilliance, enabling, among other feats, the liberation of Paris,’ said Patton biographer, Robert Wilcox.

“But toward the end of the war, General Eisenhower and other commanding officers had come to consider General Patton a liability for his unorthodox approach to warfare. Patton had repeatedly defied authority, challenged orders and loudly disagreed with the United States’ post-war foreign policy. As a result, he was re-stationed to Bad Nauheim, a small German town near Frankfurt where his new assignment was a desk job commanding the Fifteenth Army – which was essentially a unit of historians that were given military status and assigned to write the history of the war. This was the ultimate insult to Patton who was itching to continue the fight against the Japanese.”[3]

In short, the Powers That Be certainly didn’t like the guy. The point is supported by a massive evidence, and even during the car incidence, it was obvious to Patton and the passengers that they were targeted for assassination:

“The truck driver responsible for the fatal crash was a soldier from Camden, New Jersey named Robert Thompson. He had stolen the army vehicle, or perhaps taken it out for a joyride with two other passengers that were never named or seen again but are pictured in the background of the only image that exists from the accident scene. Nobody has ever been able to explain why or what Thompson was doing 50 miles away from his base; he had no order to be there and he was in violation of his rules….

“When asked if his father may have thought the collision was an assassination attempt, Woodring’s son said, ‘Well, you know, he always had his thoughts possibly that it could have been.’

“Military Police and a number of unidentified investigators descended on the scene with unprecedented speed- this alone is curious seeing as how the accident took place on a deserted road in a remote area. The collision was said to have occurred around 11:45am, Patton was in an ambulance by 12:20, which begs the questions: how were responding officers able to arrive so quickly? Had they known of a plot to assassinate Patton ahead of time? Were they just standing by waiting for it to happen?

“Inexplicably, Robert Thompson, the truck driver was quickly whisked away by the Army’s Criminal Investigation Division (CID). Wilcox learned of this revelation from Thompson’s lawyer who said: ‘…the CID got him out of Germany that night. They flew him to England…He was incommunicado for a couple of days.’”[4]

The Daily Mail declares that Paton was “one of America’s most decorated war heroes,” and the fact that the Powers That Be exterminated him obviously tells us that nothing or no one is too precious for the Powers That Be. If you stand against them, then they will do just about anything to eliminate you. The fundamental question is simply this: who were the people who assassinated Patton? Douglas Bazata said he was hired to assassinate Paton. But we’ll let Brother Nathanael Kapner answer that question for us.

BNK: GENERAL GEORGE PATTON’S MURDER on 21 December 1945 is one of the most concealed events in military history.

Although Patton’s military file at the National Archives in St Louis has over 1300 pages of documents, only a handful of pages are devoted to the car crash. Strangely, the 5 on-the-scene military reports of the incident disappeared shortly after archived. Why?

Patton’s end began on 9 December 1945 when after setting out on a pheasant hunting trip near Mannheim, Germany, a two-ton US Army truck collided into his Cadillac staff car.

Patton suffered neck injuries either from a bullet or less likely from impact but was not seriously hurt. Yet his driver, Horace Woodring and his chief of staff, General Hap Gay, walked away with barely a scratch.

On the way to the hospital, Patton’s rescue vehicle was struck again by another two-ton Army truck. This time he was injured more severely, but still clung to his life.

Neither of the truck drivers were arrested nor had their names disclosed although Patton’s driver stated that the first truck was waiting for them on the side of the road as they’d started up from a railroad track stop.

It was later reported by former intelligence agent Ladislas Farago, that the driver of the first truck, Robert L Thompson, (who was whisked away to London before he could be questioned), was not authorized to drive the vehicle and had two mysterious passengers with him “in violation of rules.”

Ladislas also pointed out that although the crash occurred on a remote road on a quiet, no-work Sunday morning, a large crowd of mostly military personnel quickly descended on the scene.

Once at the hospital, Patton was able to contact his wife in America urging her to remove him from the hospital because, “They’re going to kill me here.” And that they did.

On 21 December 1945, Patton was pronounced dead due to an “embolism,” that is, a bubble of blood which is fatal when it reaches a vital organ. It can be introduced into the bloodstream with a syringe by anyone with brief medical training.

Not only did the US army make no investigation into the “accident” – but no questions were raised about his “embolism.” The remains of this American hero were never brought to the United States and no autopsy was ever performed.


WHEN PATTON ASSUMED COMMAND of occupied Germany in October 1945, he came to a new understanding of the European conflagration.

The war hero expressed grave misgivings regarding the harsh treatment of Germans by the Allies and urged creating a strong Germany to counter the advance of Soviet Russia into Eastern Europe.

The more Patton saw of the Soviets, the stronger his conviction grew that the right course of action was to stifle communism while the opportunity was ripe.

But Patton was thwarted by Roosevelt’s Jewish advisers, Henry Morgenthau and Bernard Baruch, who pursued a post-war bond with Jewish-Soviets.

The conflict between Jewry and Patton grew when he refused to remove German civilians from their homes so as to house “Displaced Persons.” Most of these were Jews who were never “displaced” but rather had swarmed into Germany from Poland and Russia.

Patton’s diary entry for 17 September 1945 reads:

“The virus started by Morgenthau and Baruch against all Germans is Semitic revenge. Now I’m being ordered to remove German civilians from their homes for the purpose of housing Displaced Persons.

“It appears that this order is to punish the German race and not individual Germans. It’s against my Anglo-Saxon conscience to remove a person from his house without due process of the law.

“Those issuing these orders believe that the Displaced Person is a human being, which he is not. This applies particularly to the Jews, who are lost to all decency, relieving themselves on the floors, showing themselves to be lower than animals.”

When Patton later linked Communists with Jews, his fate was sealed. The Jewish-owned press in America began a smear campaign describing Patton as “soft on Nazis.”

General Patton had always carried with him a special notebook. It disappeared from his pocket upon his arrival at the hospital after the collisions.

“I have a little black book in my pocket,” Patton once said, “and when I get back home I’m going to blow the hell out of everything.” But Jewry made sure Patton would never see America again.


IN HIS BOOK, “Target Patton,” author Robert Wilcox describes his interviews with WWII sharpshooter, Douglas Bazata, a Lebanese Jew, who died in 1999.

Based on these interviews, (Bazata, with declining health, was tormented by qualms of conscience), Wilcox details how the marksman staged the car crash by getting a troop truck to plough into Patton’s Cadillac.

He then arranged for the General to be shot with a low-velocity projectile which entered Patton’s neck while his fellow passengers escaped without a scratch. (The impact theory is less likely since the vehicles were advancing at only 20 miles per hour, both being hardly damaged.)

Bazata said that the order “to silence Patton” was given by the head of the OSS, (forerunner to the CIA), General “Wild Bill” Donovan, who was pursuing close ties with Communist intelligence officers.

Donovan told Bazata, “We’ve got a terrible situation with this great patriot, he’s out of control and we must save him from himself and from ruining everything the allies have done.”

The marksman gave similar testimony to a group of 450 ex-members of the OSS at the Hilton Hotel in Washington on 25 September 1979.

Bazata said, “Many high-ranking military persons hated Patton. I know who killed him because I was hired to set up the accident by General William Donovan for $10,000. But since Patton didn’t die in the accident, he was kept in isolation in the hospital where he was killed with an injection.”

General Bill Donovan is alleged to have been a crypto Jew, as his mother, Anna Letitia Donovan, was likely a Jewess. Her name, “Anna Letitia,” is typically Jewish but uncommon as an Irish name.

Donovan’s rise as a Wall Street lawyer, his intimacy with FDR’s Jewish inner circle, and his role as adjunct to Jewish Judge Samuel Rosenman at the Nuremberg trials, strengthens the premise of Donovan’s Jewish identity, or at least, his Jewish sympathies.

And those “sympathies” felled a great American hero through the intrigues of the dark forces of international Jewry now pervasive in our post WWII world.

JEA: Patton was called an anti-Semite for saying things like, “Of course, I know the expression ‘lost tribes of Israel’ applied to the tribes which disappeared — not to the tribe of Judah from which the current sons of bitches are descended.”[5] But there is no way to draw the antisemitic card from this phraseology alone because Patton used it all the time to just about anyone throughout his military career.

  • [1] Tate Delloye, “Was General Patton MURDERED? Mystery over US war hero’s death in hospital 12 days after he was paralyzed in an apparent car accident still fuels conspiracy theory years later,” Daily Mail, December 21, 2019.
  • [2] Ibid.
  • [3] Ibid.
  • [4] Ibid.
  • [5] Martin Blumenson, The Patton Papers: 1940-1945 (New York: Da Capo Press, 1974), 790.


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  1. I know many people in the Roman Catholic Church – which I will hereafter refer to as RCC. Of those people, I have encountered 2 basic groups 1. The first is on the outside very shrewd, and go out of their way to appear pious. They are the ones who subtly promote themselves as “do gooders”, and make sure everyone knows how much they do. One was my wrestling coach in High School. Everyone – including myself had a very high opinion of him and his Family. He was very Jew-centric, and had a very high opinion of Jews, even had the Jew term “shalom” prominently displayed above the door on one of his guest cabins at his ranch. I saw his eyes go from normal blue-grey with whites to coal black while talking to me recently at the Post Office – so that sealed the deal for me. 2. The other type is the “useful idiots” – the ones that fill the coffers during services and leave the RCC everything they own when they die. I still haven’t figured out which type the Step father of my Grandchild is yet, but I know in my gut he’s secretly Jewish – my “jew-dar” is finely tuned. I tagged him for one of those “tribe of Judah” clan 3 years ago after meeting him for the first time. Found out last week he’s RC. Go figure…

  2. I suspect that since the perps of Patton’s murder had stolen his personal notes and records, we will never see or know the detailed truth about this crime. Do I suspect the Zhazars had anything to do with the murder? Gee, why would I think that? They are such nice, loving people.

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