Adventures Unlimited are publishing some original and well sourced work now. Many may find this book unpalatable as it details the extent to which the Nazi party, midwifed by the Thule Group, have controlled post- war politics and technology. Joseph P Farrell appears to be of the William Lyne tendency; he believes that Ufo's are manmade although he does not state whether he thinks ALL of them are.
Many conspiracies are covered by the book, including the JFK. assassination and as Farrell puts it; the "annexation" of the GDR by the DDR, which was assisted by neo- Nazi skinhead gangs. Farrell details the way in which Martin Bormann arranged for the survival of the Nazi organization in the post war world by hiding assets in South America and arranging rat lines for important nazis to Argentina. Farrell says that thousands of top nazis escaped at the end of the war via Italy and Spain; I believe that he is underestimating the number somewhat; I have heard that the number of fleeing Nazis around 1945 was in the millions.
A description is given of the enormous wilderness compound near Bariloche in Argentina which he speculates has served as the Nazis "Area 51". In Bariloche itself there is a large German style Hotel which previously served as a plastic surgery clinic. Farrell fearlessly states that the Nazis used many doppelgangers during WW2; there were several Martin Bormanns & many Hitlers. The real ones of course escaped to South America.
The Nazis were the promulgators of third position politics, neither Soviet or American. Bormann arranged for the Nazi Party to control a landless state, with the aid of German multinationals. The CIA was run by nazi agents from it's inception. These agents, recruited by Allen Dulles were loyal only to the Nazi party and gave exaggerated estimations of Soviet power and intentions. The Nazi international aided Middle Eastern countries which were opposed to Israel and covertly trained and financed terror groups.
Farrell's research cannot be faulted and he draws on the work of several contemporary German and Polish sources.