To the Grand Strategist
of Global Resistance and Combat
Against the New World Order
FRANCOIS GENOUD —
know the name “Francois Genoud,” yet, for some
sixty years this Swiss banker, publisher and geopolitical
thinker — once described as “the most mysterious
man in Europe” — was the preeminent — albeit
behind-the-scenes — strategist working for global cooperation
between nationalists across the planet who sought to dislodge
the Rothschild Empire’s relentless drive for an imperial
New World Order, the ancient dream energized by the Hellish
teachings of the Babylonian Talmud.
the closing days of World War II and afterward, Genoud played
an instrumental role in the escape of anti-communist European
refugees whose sole crime was to stand in defense of their
nations in the face of vengeance crazed Communist and Judaist
forces that were over-running the continent.
are perhaps thousands of people living across the planet today
who owe their very existence to the fact that Genoud rescued
their forebears from certain torture and execution meted out
by Victor’s Justice.
far back as 1936, the young Genoud forged what became a lifelong
friendship and working relationship with the Grand Mufti of
Jerusalem, the spiritual leader of the Muslims of Palestine
who — along with their Christian brothers — ultimately
suffered the great catastrophe of 1948 known as the Nakba,
the theft of their native land, driven from their ancestral
homes at gunpoint into exile, many of them into squalid open
cesspools — so-called “refugee camps” —
in which so many of their descendants still languish.
1958 Genoud founded the Banque Commerciale Arabe in Geneva
from which he managed the finances of nationalist forces in
the Arab world that were seeking independence from Rothschild
Empire-dominated imperial enterprises. Among other efforts,
Genoud played a major role in facilitating the rise of the
independent Arab Republic of Algeria.
the years that followed, Genoud — a devoted supporter
of the Palestinian cause — worked with the Christian
founders of the famed Popular Front for the Liberation of
Palestine, George Habash and Dr.Waddi Haddad, who fondly dubbed
his Swiss colleague “Sheik Francois.” And, needless
to say, Genoud was a major patron of the Palestine Liberation
Organization. In dedicated concert with other friends —
such as American nationalist Willis Carto and former German
General Otto Remer — Genoud also sought to advance the
cause of bringing history — particularly that surrounding
the events ofWorldWar II — into accord with the facts.
And with another longtime associate, outspoken French attorney
Jacques Verges, the dynamic Genoud continued to remain a force
in combating global Zionist imperialism until the end of his
a man—Sheik Francois!
— MICHAEL COLLINS