'ANOTHER MUNICH'

              New Zealand Prime Minister John Key
                              APOLOGY TO:

                     KIM SCHMITZ (Dotcom)
              HERMANN G÷RING ART THIEF

 
 
 
A NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT SANCTIONED OPERATION
FOR UNDER-WORLD CRIMINAL OPERATIONS,
TO DISTRIBUTE BOOT-LEGGED MATERIAL WORLD-WIDE.


                   "MEGAupload"
                - THE VEHICLE -

                        KIM SCHMITZ:
                       
* ACCESSORY
                       
* ACCOMPLICE
                       
* RACKETEERING
 
 
 


    Rent-a-Maori Party
         (Note Flag)









Footnote:

MI5: THE NAME'S MUSSOLINI: BENITO MUSSOLINI
DOCUMENTS REVEAL ITALIAN DICTATOR GOT START
IN POLITICS IN 1917 WITH HELP OF £100 WEEKLY WAGE
FROM MI5 (U.K. Grate Bitten "intelligence")
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/oct/13/benito-mussolini-recruited-mi5-italy
(Full Script Below)

'EMDEN' 'GRAF SPEE' 'DOTCOM' PIRATE VESSEL
TRAPPED IN AUCKLAND HARBOUR 
NOW FOR THE FIREWORKS:

G÷RING KIM SCHMITZ "dotcom"
AND JOHN GOTTI FIREWORKS MAFIA
PUBLICITY TRICK

FROM WIKIPEDIA:

* Dotcom for help putting on a fireworks display in the
* city's harbour.
* He said it provided a great view of the fireworks
* display detonated over the Waitemata Harbour.
* $600,000 for a fireworks display in Auckland harbour

MAFIAS INVOLVED WITH FIREWORKS:
("party amplifier")

JOHN GOTTI:
'Defying Fireworks Ban, Gotti Party Erupts'
http://www.nytimes.com/1989/07/05/nyregion/defying-fireworks-ban-gotti-party-erupts.html?pagewanted=all&src=pm

KIM SCHMITZ (DOTCOM) AND HIS INTERNATIONAL GERMAN
CRIMINAL GANG OF HERMANN G÷RING ART THIEVES

ARRESTED: Kim Dotcom (Schmitz)
                    Finn Batato,
                    Mathias Ortmann
                    Bram van der Kolk


'Bram van der KLINK'

       ó Le Beau
           Newkirk
           Kinch
           Carter

           Carty


I Remeber Quite Clearly,
The New Zealand Consulate General (San Francisco)
In 1982, With a Stated $50,000 NZD Level Of Funds
Would Enable A Person To Become A Citizen.
"CORPORATE CITIZEN"
 

So Also Today,
The TOTALLY CORRUPT New Zealand Dept. Of Labour
(Immigration):

" He was granted residency in November 2010.
The decision was made by the New Zealand
Immigration department despite his foreign
convictions and despite being persona non
grata in Thailand, after immigration officials
used a special direction to waive "good character"
requirements. The requirements were overlooked
because Dotcom invested $10 million in Government
bonds and was a high net worth individual "


WHICH PROVES:
$ $ $
Citizenship In New Zealand Is Achieved Through Monetary Worth.

GERMAN GANG --
ARRESTED: Kim Dotcom (Schmitz)
                    Finn Batato,
                    Mathias Ortmann
                    Bram van der Kolk


When --
My Attempt To Continue Being The First International
Student To Seek, Be Accepted, Pay Fees (20,000 NZD)
To Take Te Reo Māori Courses At Waiariki, Rotorua,
And Save A Destitute And Homeless Maaori (Māori)
Whanau (My Adopted),
Was Stopped Through False Accusations Lies Of
V.J. Shaw (Humanitarian Tribunal), And Insulting
Statements That Prove An Evil Mind-Set Afflicting
Many Who Recieve Adjudications From V.J. Shaw
And The Wholly Tainted: "humanitarian tribunal".
 
            "CORPORATE CITIZEN" 
New Zealand Government You Really Are Evil !


BECAUSE The New Zealand Government Works Directly
With The United States Military Drug Network Of
Control And Dealing, Totally:

http://www.exorcist.org.nz/anzus_drug_mafias.html

Kim Dotcom wants to encrypt half of the Internet to end government
surveillance (FULL RT INTERVIEW)
http://rt.com/usa/news/kim-dotcom-interview-mega-673/

25 January, 2013, 04:10

In an in-depth interview, Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom discusses the
investigation against his now-defunct file-storage site, his possible
extradition to the US, the future of Internet freedoms and his latest
project Mega with RTís Andrew Blake.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (C) launches his new file sharing site "Mega",
surrounded by dancers, in Auckland January 20, 2013. (Reuters/Nigel Marple)

The United States government says that Dotcom, a German millionaire formerly
known as Kim Schmitz, masterminded a vast criminal conspiracy by operating
the file-storage site Megaupload. Dotcom, on the other hand, begs to differ.
One year after the high-profile raid of his home and the shut-down and
seizure of one of the most popular sites on the Web, Dotcom hosted a launch
party for his latest endeavor, simply called Mega. On the anniversary of the
end of Megaupload, Dotcom discusses the year since his arrest and what the
future holds in regards to both his court case and the Internet alike.
Speaking with RTís Andrew Blake from his Coatesville, New Zealand mansion,
Dotcom weighs in on the US justice system, the death of Aaron Swartz, the
growing surveillance state, his own cooperation with the feds and much more.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (2nd R) poseswith actors dessed as police
after the launch of his new website at a press conference held inside his
home in Auckland on January 20, 2013. (AFP Photo/Michael Bradley)
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (2nd R) poseswith actors dessed as police
after the launch of his new website at a press conference held inside his
home in Auckland on January 20, 2013. (AFP Photo/Michael Bradley)
'≠Hollywood is a very important contributor to Obama'

RT: Youíve blamed President Obama and the Obama administration for colluding
with movie companies in order to orchestrate this giant arrest here in New
Zealand. Is this kind of give-and-take relationship between Washington and
Hollywood all that you say it is? Or are you just the exception? Does this
really exist?

Kim Dotcom: You have to look at the players behind this case, okay? The
driving force, of course, is Chris Dodd, the chairman of the MPAA [Motion
Picture Association of America]. And he was senator for a long time and he
is ó according to [US Vice President] Joe Biden ó Joe Bidenís best friend.
And the state attorney that is in charge of this case has been Joe Bidenís
personal counsel, Neil MacBride, and [he] also worked as an anti-piracy
manager for the BSA, the Business Software Association, which is basically
like the MPAA but for software companies.

And also, the timing is very interesting, you know? Election time. The
fundraisers in Hollywood set for February, March [and] April. There had to
have some sort of Plan B, an alternative for SOPA [the Stop Online Piracy
Act], because the president certainly was aware ó and his team at the White
House was aware ó that if they donít have anything to give at those
fundraisers, to those guys in Hollywood who are eager to have more control
over the Internet, they wouldnít have probably raised too much. And
Hollywood is a very important contributor to Obamaís campaign. Not just with
money, but also with media support. They control a lot of media: celebrity
endorsements and all that.

So Iím sure the election plays an important role. The relationships of the
people that are in charge of this case play an important role and, of
course, we have facts that we want to present at our extradition hearing
that will show some more detail about this and that this is not just some
conspiracy theory but that this actually happened.
Local Maori arrive as Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (unseen) launches his
new file sharing site "Mega" in Auckland January 20, 2013. (Reuters/Nigel
Marple)
Local Maori arrive as Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (unseen) launches his
new file sharing site "Mega" in Auckland January 20, 2013. (Reuters/Nigel
Marple)
'Operation Takedown'

RT: The US Justice Department wants to extradite you, a German citizen
living in New Zealand operating a business in Hong Kong. They want to
extradite you to the US. Is that even possible?

KD: That is a very interesting question because the extradition law, the
extradition treaty in New Zealand, doesnít really allow extradition for
copyright. So what they did, they threw some extra charges on top and one of
them is racketeering, where they basically say we are a mafia organization
and we set up our Internet business to basically be an organized crime
network that was set up and structured the way it was just to do criminal
copyright infringement. And anyone who has every used Megaupload and has any
idea about how that website worked knows immediately that it was total
nonsense. But they needed to chop that on in order to have even a chance for
extradition. But in our opinion, you see, all of that was secondary. The
primary goal was to take down Megaupload and destroy it completely. That was
their mission and thatís why the whole thing in Hong Kong, for example, they
called it Operation Takedown. And I think everything thatís happening now,
they are trying on the fly to doctor it around, and found a way to find a
case. They probably came here and thought, ďWe will find something; that
these guys have done something wrong.Ē In the indictment, if you actually
read that, itís more like a press release. Thereís nothing in there that has
any merits.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom speaks during the launch of his new website at
a press conference at his mansion in Auckland on January 20, 2013. (AFP
Photo/Michael Bradley)
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom speaks during the launch of his new website at
a press conference at his mansion in Auckland on January 20, 2013. (AFP
Photo/Michael Bradley)

RT: When the raid happened one year ago today, it got a lot of people
talking both about the Internet and about this character, Kim Dotcom. But it
was a lot of talking and not so much action, because here it is one year
later and this case is still happening. Back up earlier this month, and we
saw Aaron Swartz ó an online information activist ó pass away, and only in
his mid-20s. And it got a lot of people talking, so much so that members of
Congress have actually asked for changes to federal computer laws so that
this doesnít happen again. What is it actually going to take to get people
to stop just talking and to actually start acting?

KD: Our case is going to be the one that will have much more attention down
the road because it is a crucial case for Internet freedom. And I think more
and more people realize that and the government is quite exposed here
because they really went in with completely prosecutorial abuse and
overreach and ignoring due process, ignoring our rights, spying on us,
illegal search warrants, illegal restraining orders, illegal spying. The
whole picture, when you look at it, shows that this was an urgent mission,
done on a rush. ďTake them down, I want them to go.Ē And it was a political
decision to do that. And the execution was extremely poor, and the case is
extremely poor, because that is something they thought that they could worry
about later. It was all about the takedown. ďLetís send a strong message to
Hollywood that we are on their side.Ē

RT:And now itís been a year and nothing has progressed. At least for them.
It seems like the case is falling apart day by day.

KD: Let me give you one example of how crazy this is. We have a judge here
who said, ďPlease show us your evidence about your racketeering allegations.
Show us that these guys were setting up some sort of organized crime
network,Ē because thatís what the extradition will focus on primarily. They
are using the organized crime treaty to get us extradited. So the US
appealed that and said, ďWe donít want to show you what we have.Ē And then
they appealed to the high court and the high court then said, ďWe want to
see it.Ē And they just keep appealing it, all the way to the court of
appeals and to the Supreme Court. And what does that tell you? If you donít
even want to show us your cards ó show us what you have! If you have such a
strong case and are seriously interested about getting someone extradited,
why waste all this time? Just show your hand. And they donít have anything
because we havenít done anything wrong. We were law abiding. We were a good
corporate citizen. And they knew that the time they came here to do this.
They just wanted to take us down.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (C) launches his new file sharing site "Mega",
with dancers, in Auckland January 20, 2013. (Reuters/Nigel Marple)
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (C) launches his new file sharing site "Mega",
with dancers, in Auckland January 20, 2013. (Reuters/Nigel Marple)
'I want to reestablish a balance between a person and the state'

RT :The new program, Mega, is fully encrypted, and youíre touting it as an
encrypted program so that people will want to use it. Do you think this is
even necessary, right now, that people need encryption on the Internet?

KD: I think itís important for the Internet that there is more encryption.
Because what I have learned since I got dragged into this case is a lot
about privacy abuses, about the government spying on people. You know, the
US government invests a lot of money in spy clouds: massive data centers
with hundreds of thousands of hard drives storing data. And what they are
storing is basically any communication that traverses through US networks.
And what that means they are not spying on individuals based on a warrant
anymore. They just spy on everybody, permanently, all the time. And what
that means for you and for anybody is that if you are ever a target of any
kind of investigation, or someone has a political agenda against you, or a
prosecutor doesnít like you, or the police wants to interpret something in a
way to get you in trouble ó they can use all that data, go through it with a
comb and find things even though we think we have nothing to hide and have
done nothing wrong. They will find something that they can nail you with and
thatís why itís wrong to have these kinds of privacy abuses, and I decided
to create a solution that overtime will encrypt more and more of the
internet. So we start with files, we will then move to emails, and then move
to Voice-Over-IP communication. And our API [Application Programming
Interface] is available to any third-party developer to also create their
own tools. And my goal is, within the next five years, I want to encrypt
half of the Internet. Just reestablish a balance between a person ó an
individual ó and the state. Because right now, we are living very close to
this vision of George Orwell and I think itís not the right way. Itís the
wrong path that the government is on, thinking that they can spy on
everybody.
Actors in police costume mock-arrest Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (C), as
he launches his new file sharing site "Mega" in Auckland January 20, 2013.
(Reuters/Nigel Marple)
Actors in police costume mock-arrest Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (C), as
he launches his new file sharing site "Mega" in Auckland January 20, 2013.
(Reuters/Nigel Marple)

RT: Long before Megaupload was ever taken down, the Justice Department was
looking into Ninja Video and you actually cooperated with them. People want
to know: how is Kim Dotcom, this guy who is incredibly against Washington
and hates everything that theyíve done to him, how is this same guy also
helping out the Justice Department?

KD: Let me explain to you how this worked, okay? I was a good corporate
citizen. My company was abiding to the laws. If we get a search warrant or
we get a request by the government to assist in an investigation, we will
comply and we have always complied. And that is the right thing to do,
because if someone uploads child pornography or someone uploads terrorist
stuff or anything that is a serious crime, of course we are there to help.
This is our obligation. And I am not for copyright infringement. People need
to understand that. Iím against copyright infringement. But Iím also against
copyright extremism. And Iím against a business model: the one from
Hollywood that encourages piracy. Megaupload is not responsible for the
piracy problem, you see? Itís the Hollywood studios that release a movie in
the US, and then six months later in other parts of the world. And everyone
knows that the movie is out there and fans of a particular actress want to
have it right now, but they are not giving them any opportunity to get
access to that content even though they are willing to pay. And they are
looking for alternatives on the Internet, and then they find them. They are
trying to make me responsible for their lack of ability to adapt to a new
reality, which is the Internet, where everything happens now. It doesnít
happen three months later. Imagine you go to Wikipedia. You want to find
something, research an article, and they tell you to come back in three
months, ĎWeíll give it to you then.í If you find another site where you can
get it right now, thatís where you go, right? So itís really their business
model that is responsible for this issue. And if they donít adopt, they will
be left behind on this side of the road of history like many others who
havenít adopted in the past.
Photo by Andrew Blake
Photo by Andrew Blake
'Iím not Aaron Swartz. Aaron Swartz is my hero. He was selfless'

RT: What about your skeptics who point out this big playboy lifestyle and
this giant, elaborate house and say ĎHeís not worried about Internet
freedoms, heís just worried about protecting his profitsí?

KD: Let me be clear: I am a businessman, okay? I started Megaupload as a
business to make money. I wanted to list the company. I am an entrepreneur,
alright? Iím not Aaron Swartz. Aaron Swartz is my hero. He was selfless. He
is completely the opposite of me, but Iím a businessman. Iím driven by the
success of achieving something in the business world. Thatís not a crime.
There is nothing wrong with that. And if you create something that is
popular and that people want to use, you automatically make money. And Iíve
always been an innovator. Iíve always created products that people like. And
thatís why Iím successful. Iím not successful because people have used
Megaupload for copyright infringement. And what everyone needs to understand
[is] there have been massive amounts of legitimate users on Megaupload. We
donít believe that 50 million users a day are all just transferring piracy.
Thatís wrong. A lot of people have used it to back up their data, to send a
file quickly to a friend. Young artists have used it to get traction, to get
downloads, to get known. There was a lot of legitimate use on Megaupload. Itís
a dual-use technology, just like the Internet. You can go to any ISP right
now, anyone who connects customers to the Internet. And if they are honest
to you and you ask them the question ĎHow much of your traffic is
peer-to-peer piracy?í anyone who will tell you less than 50 percent is lying
to your face. This is a problem of the Internet and not Megaupload.

RT: If you werenít doing Mega, or Megaupload, what would you be doing? Hereís
this businessman who strives to accomplish success. What would you be doing?

KD: I would probably build spaceships and we would probably already be on
Mars.
Photo by Andrew Blake
Photo by Andrew Blake

RT: What happens next, though? What are the chances of Mega being shut down.
We already saw that radio stations were pulling ads.

KD: The content industry is still very emotional about us.We bought radio
ads with one of the major networks here for eight radio stations. Very
funny, very cool ads, promoting our service as a privacy service. And the
labels called up the radio station, and one advertiser who is in the movie
business called up the radio station, and demanded those adds to be taken
down or else they will not buy ads from them anymore. And they were forced
because they rely, of course, on that advertisement. My campaign was
comparably small to the amount that they are sending. So they used their
power to interfere in our right to have a media campaign, an ad campaign.
And that just shows you that attitude. Itís against the law. They canít do
that. Thatís interfering in our business and they have done that many times
in the past. Calling payment processors, calling advertisers, telling them,
ĎI donít want you to work with these guys.í Thatís just wrong. If you have
an issue with us, go hire a lawyer, sue us, take us to court and then see if
you have anything that will give you a judgment against us. But instead,
they use that power and their money to get new laws made for them, to lobby
politicians, to get the White House to come here and destroy our lives.
Destroy 220 jobs. Hardworking innocent people and they donít give a damn
about that. They had an agenda that is about more control over the Internet.
And they made a strategic decision to say ĎWho are we going to take out to
send a strong message?í And I was the one.
Photo by Andrew Blake
Photo by Andrew Blake
"If they come to attack us, itís just going to backfire"

RT: But what happens if Mega is shut down? You are only on day one right
now. How long is it going to take before the government steps up again and
what are you going to do if that happens? Are you prepared to just start all
over again? Itís been one year and here you are, doing this over again, what
happens when Uncle Sam puts his foot down and grinds you into the dirt
again? Do you get back up?

KD: Here is the thing. This startup is probably the most scrutinized when it
comes to legal advice. Every single aspect of it has been under the looking
glass by our legal team. So we are confident that itís fully compliant with
the law, and if they come to attack us itís just going to backfire. Exactly
like the Megaupload case did. The shutdown of our site backfired already,
massively. And itís just going to get worse for them. If they think they can
pursue this and get away with this, they are dead wrong. Because the society
is not on their side. Everyone who uses the Internet knows whatís going on
here. They donít like whatís going on here. They saw it with SOPA and you
will see it with our case. People will come together and fight this kind of
aggression against innovation and Internet freedom.
Photo by Andrew Blake
Photo by Andrew Blake
"We are all the little puppets that they think they can kick around"

RT: After Megaupload was shut down by the FBI last year, hacktivist with the
movement Anonymous retaliated, so to speak. In response, they went and took
down the websites for the FBI, the Motion Picture Association of America,
the Department of Justice, the Recording Industry Association of America.
All of these organizations were shut down by Anonymous in response to what
they did to you. These were people who you never met but were so moved by
what happened that they had to stand up and do something. Did you ever thank
them, and how did you take it? How did you respond to their reaction?

KD: Itís a kind of virtual protest, you know? I think itís not a good idea
to shut down websites. Iíve been a hacker myself. I understand why they are
doing it and how they are doing it, but I think there are better ways to
protest. Where you organize yourself in a group and do petitions and
actually email congressmen, email your local politicians, let them know
about what you donít like. Organize your movement rather than attacking. I
had a sense of understanding for them because everyone had stored so much
data on Megaupload, and then all of a sudden a site like that disappears and
billions of files are taken offline, the majority of them perfectly
legitimate. You need to understand one thing: 50 percent of all files that
were ever uploaded to Megaupload have not even been downloaded once. That
clearly shows the non-infringing use. People just wanted to store their
stuff on our site. And of course they were outraged when that disappeared
and the government said, ĎWe donít give a care and we donít give a damn
about you people. We donít care that you have your personal documents there
because we have our agenda and we are going to take over the Internet.í And
you know the White House was supporting SOPA, and only when the masses came
together ó and Aaron Swartz: he stopped SOPA. With his efforts, he stopped
SOPA. And he became a target. A political target, okay? And thatís why all
these things happened to him. There is no reasonable cause behind going
after a young genius like that in the fashion they did. Itís political.
Because the White House wanted SOPA. They promised it to Hollywood and they
failed and they couldnít go ahead because the White House was afraid if they
keep pushing hard and they keep pushing it forward, that the people who
oppose it are not going to vote for Obama in the reelection campaign. So itís
all a game to them really and we are all the little puppets that they think
they can kick around. So we need to organize. There needs to be a movement
that identifies these things and fights that. Not with shutting down
websites but with real protests. Going out on the streets, writing to
politicians and especially, most importantly, donít vote for the guys that
are against Internet freedom. Anyone who voted for SOPA, you should have a
close look at that guy. Do I want to give him my vote next time around?
Because thatís the only language politicians understand is your vote. And if
you can bring all these votes together, somehow pooled for Internet freedom,
you will see all these efforts disappear. Because at the end of the day,
they represent the public. Politicians represent the public. And when they
have enough pressure they canít move forward. And SOPA was the best example

for that.
 
 

BENITO MUSSOLINI & MI5
Recruited by MI5: the name's Mussolini. Benito Mussolini
Documents reveal Italian dictator got start in politics in
1917 with help of £100 weekly wage from MI5
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/oct/13/benito-mussolini-recruited-mi5-italy

Tom Kington in Rome
The Guardian, Tuesday 13 October 2009

Benito Mussolini was paid £100 a week by MI5 to keep Italy in the first
world war. Photograph: Bettmann/Corbis
History remembers Benito Mussolini as a founder member of the original Axis
of Evil, the Italian dictator who ruled his

country with fear and forged a disastrous alliance with Nazi Germany. But a
previously unknown area of Il Duce's CV has come to light: his brief
career as a British agent.

Archived documents have revealed that Mussolini got his start in politics in
1917 with the help of a £100 weekly wage from

MI5.

For the British intelligence agency, it must have seemed like a good
investment. Mussolini, then a 34-year-old journalist, was not just
willing to ensure Italy continued to fight alongside the allies
in the first world war by publishing propaganda

in his paper. He was also willing to send in the boys to "persuade'' peace
protesters to stay at home.

Mussolini's payments were authorised by Sir Samuel Hoare, an MP and MI5's
man in Rome, who ran a staff of 100 British intelligence officers in Italy
at the time.

Cambridge historian Peter Martland, who discovered details of the deal
struck with the future dictator, said: "Britain's

least reliable ally in the war at the time was Italy after revolutionary
Russia's pullout from the conflict. Mussolini was paid £100 a week
from the autumn of 1917 for at least a year to keep up the
pro-war campaigning Ė equivalent to about £6,000
a week today."

Hoare, later to become Lord Templewood, mentioned the recruitment
in memoirs in 1954, but Martland stumbled on details of the
payments for the first time while scouring Hoare's papers.

As well as keeping the presses rolling at Il Popolo d'Italia, the newspaper
he edited, Mussolini also told Hoare he would

send Italian army veterans to beat up peace protesters in Milan, a dry run
for his fascist blackshirt units.

"The last thing Britain wanted were pro-peace strikes bringing the factories
in Milan to a halt. It was a lot of money to pay a man who was a
journalist at the time, but compared to the £4m Britain was
spending on the war every day, it was petty cash," said Martland.

"I have no evidence to prove it, but I suspect that Mussolini, who was a
noted womaniser, also spent a good deal of the money on his
mistresses."

After the armistice, Mussolini began his rise to power, assisted by
electoral fraud and blackshirt violence, establishing a fascist
dictorship by the mid-1920s.

His colonial ambitions in Africa brought him into contact with his old
paymaster again in 1935. Now the British foreign secretary, Hoare
signed the Hoare-Laval pact, which gave Italy control over
Abyssinia.

"There is no reason to believe the two men were friends, although Hoare did
have an enduring love affair with Italy," said

Martland, whose research is included in Christopher Andrew's history of MI5,
Defence of the Realm, which was published last week.

The unpopularity of the Hoare-Laval pact in Britain forced Hoare to resign.
Mussolini, meanwhile, built on his new colonial

clout to ally with Hitler, entering the second world war in 1940, this time
to fight against the allies.

Deposed following the allied invasion of Italy in 1943, Mussolini was killed
with his mistress, Clara Petacci, by Italian partisans while fleeing Italy
in an attempt to reach Switzerland two years later.

Martland said: "Mussolini ended his life hung upside down in Milan, but
history has not been kind to Hoare either, condemned as an appeaser
of fascism alongside Neville Chamberlain."




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