‘In the past, I have presented evidence that Martin Bormann, the man who signed Hitler’s paycheck, was a Soviet i.e. Illuminati agent but I was not sure if Hitler was Bormann’s dupe or also a conscious traitor. The testimony of General Reinhard Gehlen, chief of German intelligence gathering for Russia, suggests the latter is true.
In his memoirs, “The Service” (World Pub.1972) Gehlen says that he and Admiral Canaris, head of the Abwehr, suspected there was a traitor in the German Supreme Command. Both had noticed that the Soviets were receiving “rapid and detailed information .. on top level decision-making.”
They both suspected Martin Bormann, the Deputy Fehrer and Head of the Nazi Party.’