“Believe me, what’s been discovered so far is of a dimension that can only be explained in a military context, We’re talking about a large arsenal and I must stress that it’s going to end up being the largest ever found in private hands in the life and history of Chile,”
-Interior Minister Jorge Correa
The World is an amazing place and conspiracies are for those who cannot face the reality of Global Governance. Enter Paul Shafer: expatriot German national, Community leader, Sausage maker, Torturer & kiddy fiddler. Yet another pig in a lamb skin suit, peddling to the brown skin poor shiny white fake plastic.
Colonia Dignidad in Chile or more recently Villa Baveria was a post world war 11 concentration camp, torture factory, & religious cult foundered and managed by the nefarious Nazi party exponent Paul Shafer. Paul Shafer, like most German teenagers in the 30s and 40s, was a member of Hitler Youth siting the current Pope Ratzinger as one as his contemporaries. In 1959, Shafer was charged with molesting children in his care and he fled the country, apparently with over 70 loyal followers. In his native Germany Shafer got medical training and spent WWII as a doctor for the Luftwaffe. After the war, he became a Baptist preacher and established several charitable organizations and orphanages in his native Germany, founding the company, the Private Social Mission.
After his consequent arrest for child abuse Shafer fled the country, and wound up in Chile with 70 square acres of land. As a bonafide beneficiary of ODESSA
no doubt he was privy to the Vatican rat lines, getting him out of the country and set up in Chile. Through deception Shafer left Germany with many of the same German children he’d been charged with molesting—their parents were told the kids were going on a “mission” and would only be gone a short time. Needless to say, those kids were never seen in Europe again.
Must have Utopian staple- the electrified fence
Located in a remote part of Chile, Colonia Dignidad was formally founded in 1961, and by 2003 it was one of the world’s wealthiest independent communities, Its timber products, baked goods and sausage, renowned for their quality, are sold nationwide. Its 65-bed hospital provides the region’s best health care. While from the outside looking in Colonia Dignidad maintained an air of communal bliss and communal participation, enjoying the respect of the outside community. inside the walls of the compound it was a different story, ripped out of the pages of some hand written manuscript found beneath the bloody flagstones of a medieval Inquisition. Shafer titled himself “Permanent Uncle”.
Having been deprived of adequate sleep, subsisting on a modest diet and continually indoctrinated into Shafer’s dictates and in no position to argue members of his commune complied with his every wishes . Most of them spoke only German and had nowhere to turn for thousands of miles. Shafer also laid down some irrational, unreasonable and repressive rules, starting with a ban on sexual relations between cult members. To enforce this, he kept the residents segregated by gender. Everyone had to work 12 to 14 hours for food each day, in complete silence. These were typical mind control techniques probably learned through his exposure to similar during his tenure in the German Military. These Techniques were designed to isolate individuals, keeping their minds in a state of fatigue, bordering on trauma making them more susceptible to outside stimuli & post hypnotic suggestion.
At its height Colonia Dignidad became almost entirely self-sufficient and a powerful state within a state in a relatively short period of time. Surrounded by electrified razor wire and the latest surveillance technology and patrolled by specially trained German Shepard dogs, it managed to produce enough food to feed its members and to sell its excess production in the stores of Santiago and elsewhere. It had its own power-plant, airport (big enough to accommodate Hercules transport planes), a fleet of cars, buses, trucks and agricultural vehicles; a school, hospital and recording/broadcasting studio.
Shafer exalted discipline above all things, proclaiming it the purest form of spirituality. Consequently, anyone who couldn’t measure up to his standards of discipline was beaten, tortured and drugged into submission. Ironically and all too typically Shafer himself didn’t abide by his own rules. Shafer’s concept of discipline involved the “raping and torturing of young boys.” Which he meted out with all the enthusiasm of a fire and brimstone preacher. Decades later, Shafer would be sued by the families of 11 children for brutal sexual abuse, and would be formally charged with molesting 26 boys. However, two Chilean journalists, Claudio Salinas and Hans Stange, in their detailed study concluded “the young victims could number in the thousands, including not only the sons and daughters of the German immigrants living in the commune, but also the children of local Chilean farming families who attended the Colonia Dignidad agricultural school.”
Stange was perfectly clear: “…it was known since 1964 that the members of the commune were being subjected to torture; it was known since 1977 that political prisoners were tortured there; and the child abuse was known about since the 1970s. The state has always known about the human rights violations occurring there.”
As to why a psychotic facist pedophile was allowed to run a militarized compound in the middle of Chile. The fact is he had become an attractive asset to theChilean authorities. Having a compound full of brainwashed and terrified followers surrounded by gun towers and electrified razor wire made Colonia Dignidad one of the primary torture camps for Chile’s US-supported dictator, Augusto Pinochet. Point of fact, according to the Chilean activist Adriana Borquez, Right after the coup, the Chilean military didn’t know how to torture. Prisoners would die very quickly. Germans in the colony knew how to keep a person alive for several days or weeks while putting him or her through the most terrible agony and humiliation.When he was finally tried for human rights abuses and sex crimes, he was charged along with over 20 accomplices.
During the 60s and 70s the entire South American continent was a quagmire of foreign exploitation, and political detritus. One long bad runaway ride tearing through a snuff movie financed entirely by United States taxpayers who had no idea it was happening. The justification was Communism. Henry Kissinger, was hard at work navigating the overthrow of democratically elected leaders all over South America, to be replaced by American endorsed dictators who would keep the people in tow and, more importantly tow the party line.
The Chilean military trained and financed by the United States tortured people’s genitals with electric shock; forced victims to witness the torture of friends and relatives (including children); raped women in the presence of other family members; burned sex organs with acid or scalding water; placed rats in women’s vaginas and into the mouths of other prisoners; mutilated, punctured, and cut off various parts of the body, including genitalia, eyes, and tongue; injected air into women’s breasts and into veins causing slow, painful death; shoved bayonets and clubs into the vagina or anus, causing rupture and death.
When asked about these human rights abuses in Chile, Kissinger’s reply was poignant: “I don’t see why we need to stand by and watch a country go communist due to the irresponsibility of its people. The issues are much too important for the Chilean voters to be left to decide for themselves.” American diplomacy at its finest. This kind of unconscionable thinking is common in Washington DC.
Unfortunately the goings on at Colonia Dignidad was not isolated to Shafer’s little operation, there were other torture camps in Chile, including Villa Grimaldi, which conducted beatings, rapes, Santarian blood rituals & various tortures on countless thousands of peasants and political activists on behalf of foreign investors. Over 1200 Centres of Detention & Torture have been identified in Chile today. These places were established with the sole purpose of carrying out, in a systematic manner and with total impunity, the acts of State terrorism against the Chilean population.
In 1990, the Pinochet dictatorship came to an end. Shafer must have known that his reign was drawing to a close, because a year later, the Colonia Dignidad was renamed Villa Bavaria. His followers also began insisting he’d been dead for nearly a decade. The commune came under investigation for tax evasion, and in 1994 they lost their status as a tax-exempt charity. With 220 members still living on the Colonia grounds, Shafer at some point slipped out of the country. He was caught on March 10, 2005 in a suburb of Buenos Aires, Argentina. After years of detainment and awaiting trial, he was finally sentenced to 20 years in prison and fined 770 million pesos in May of 2006. He is still alive today.
Colonia Dignidad still remains in place today under the name of Villa Bavaria. Much of what Colonia Dignidad was however conveniently forgotten by the inheriting staff who obviously, & conveniently remember little if any of the history behind the distinguished establishment.
In 2005, another former German national from Colonia Dignidad was charged with torture and sexual abuse—her name was Gisela Seewald, and she defended herself by claiming she merely followed Shafer’s orders. Not unlike the Engineers of the Holocaust who pleaded the same to the Nuremberg courts. She said that Shafer told her the children were “possessed by demons.” What’s most disturbing is the nature of her crimes: she administered electroshock therapy and a battery of sedatives and various psychoactive drugs to the children. To anyone familiar with MKULTRA and Project Bluebird this is probably the most ominous combination you could hear. It also invokes Ewen Cameron’s horrific “sleep rooms” up at McGill during the 1950s and 60s.
The children were also kept in total isolation and darkness for long periods of time (a euphemism for “months”) which invokes the ongoing abuses of the
United States in gulags all across the world today. This is the same treatment being used in Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghirab to destroy the minds of prisoners like Jose Padila, who is now a walking vegetable.
In the aftermath of Shafer’s arrest and imprisonment, the Chilean government investigated the former Colonia compound finding a labyrinth of underground tunnels and chambers filled with various caches of literally tons of weapons and ammunition enough to equip not a small army but a rather affective one.