Tuesday, December 4, 2007
Warburg & McCloy Were Next Door Neighbors
According to McCloy's official biographer, (Kai Bird's "The Chairman",p.504), John J. McCloy and Frederick Warburg were next door neighbors in Cos Cob, Connecticut. This is very important as it establishes an intimate connection between a senior partner of Kuhn Loeb and his senior corporate lawyer. McCloy and Warburg knew each other since early childhood. The relationship becomes intriguing when one considers that John J. McCloy has left his footprints around such events as the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the JFK assassination and the Holocaust. It was McCloy who refused to bomb the railroads leading to Auschwitz. Considering McCloy's relationship to Warburg's Kuhn Loeb and the German Warburg's relationship to Hitler's regime and I.G. Farben, flags should begin to be raised as to who may have really been behind these and other important events.