Occult Forces – 1943 French Nazi propaganda film with Eng. subtitles

Forces occultes (English: Occult Forces) is a French dramatised documentary about Freemasonry from 1943, particularly exposing its cronyism, corruption and duplicity. The film was directed by a former member of the Grand Orient of France for eight years, Jean Mamy and thus includes authentic footage of Masonic initiation ceremonies.

The film was commissioned in 1942 by the Propaganda Abteilung, a delegation of Nazi Germany’s propaganda ministry within occupied France by the ex-Mason Mamy. It virulently denounces Freemasonry, parliamentarianism and Jews as part of Vichy‘s drive against them and seeks to prove a Jewish-Masonic plot.

The film recounts the life of a young député who joins the Freemasons in order to relaunch his career. He thus learns of how the Freemasons are conspiring with the Jews and the Anglo-American nations to encourage France into a war against Germany.

Young politician Pierre Avenel, of the French Third Republic is sick of the narrow party-political game in parliament which is degenerating the country; he criticises the capitalists for their greed and the communists for their manipulation of the masses for their own self-seeking ends. Naive and looking for solutions, he is approached by Freemasons, who tell him that their organisation is about “progress” and upstanding “morality”, so he joins the lodge. There he finds a strange world of intimidating oaths and pledges to serve the brotherhood.

After the Second World War was over, the people involved in creating the film were persecuted as an act of revenge; the producer Robert Muzard was sentenced to three years, the writer Jean Marquès-Rivière was condemned to death in his absence, while the producer Jean Mamy was executed at the fortress of Montrouge.



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3 thoughts on “Occult Forces – 1943 French Nazi propaganda film with Eng. subtitles”

  1. There used to be a large number of Freemasons in Germany who didn’t at all know what exactly Freemasonry was. In our lodges, it was above all an occasion for eating, drinking and amusing oneself. It was a very cleverly adjusted organisation. People were kept on the alert, they were entertained with children’s rattles the better to divert their gaze from the essential truth.

    I knew little towns that were entirely under the dominion of masonry, much more so than the big towns—for example, Bayreuth and Gotha.

    Zentz once invited us—Ludendorff, Pöhner and myself—to be present at a full-dress gathering of the Lodge of St. John. I refused the invitation, and Zentz reproached me with passing judgment without knowing. I said to him: “Save your saliva. For me, Freemasonry’s poison.” Ludendorff and Pöhner went there. And Ludendorff was even so ill-advised as to put his signature in their register, under some stupidly compromising phrase. A few days later, I happened to be visiting Pöhner. He was grinning like a monkey. He told me they’d played the same trick on him as on Ludendorff, and that he’d written in their book : “Hitherto I believed that Freemasonry was a danger to the State. I now believe additionally that it should be for- bidden for the offence of major imbecility.” Pöhner had been dumbfounded by the ridiculousness of these rites, which trans- formed men who were quite sane and sober in their ordinary lives into informed apes. The Freemasons tried to use Ludendorff’s clumsy declaration for publicity purposes—but it goes without saying that with Former’s they were more discreet.

    Richard Frank is one of the greatest idealists I’ve known. Since we needed headquarters, he made efforts to procure the money for us. With this object, he introduced me, in Munich, to a certain Dr. Kuhlo. On Frank’s initiative, this Kuhlo had formed a syndicate to buy the Hotel Eden, situated near the station. It was obviously out of the question to make this pur- chase with the Party’s money. This was in 1923, and the sellers demanded payment in Swiss francs. When all was ready, the syndicate met, with Kuhlo in the chair. The latter rose to his feet and announced that the hotel would be put at the Party’s disposal for a modest rental. He suggested, in passing, that perhaps the Party might suppress the article in its programme concerning Freemasonry. I got up and said good-bye to these kindly philanthropists. I’d fallen unawares into a nest of Freemasons!

    How many times subsequently I’ve heard comments of this sort: “Why declaim against the Freemasons? Why not leave the Jews in peace?” It’s by means of these continual black- mailings that they succeeded in acquiring the subterranean power that acts in all sectors, and each time by appropriate methods.

    After the prohibition of the Lodges, I often heard it said that, amongst the former masons, there were many who felt a sense of relief at the idea that we’d freed them from this chain.

    Not only has there always been an incompatibility between membership of a Lodge and membership of the Party, but the fact of having been a Freemason forbids access to the Party. Of course, there are men who are so stupid that one knows very well that it was only from stupidity that they became masons. The very rare cases in which an exception can be made come exclusively under my authority. And I grant absolution only to men whose entire lives bear witness to their indisputably nationalist feelings.



  2. For the strengthening of his political position, the Jew tries to pull down the racial and civil barriers which at first still restrain him at every step. For this purpose he fights with all his innate thoroughness for religious tolerance and in the completely deteriorated Freemasonry he has an excellent instrument for fighting out and also for ‘putting over’ his aims. By the strings of Freemasonry the circles of the government and the higher layers of the political and economic bourgeoisie fall into his nets without their even guessing this.

    Freemasonry is a weapon in the hands of Jewry. Hence Rosenberg’s crusade against Freemasonry. After 1933, powerful business influences were able to halt for a time the dissolution of the lodges, the total number of initiates being 76,360 in 1931. They divided into two groups, one of which was ‘Christian-national’ (i.e., conservative), while the other was ‘liberal. The first group comprised more than two-thirds of the total membership.

    The general pacifistic paralyzation of the national instinct of self-preservation, introduced into the circles of the so-called ‘intelligentsia’ by Freemasonry, is transmitted to the great masses, but above all to the bourgeoisie, by the activity of the great press, which today is always Jewish. To these two weapons of deterioration now comes as the third, and by far the most terrible, the or brutal force. Marxism, as the column of at should finish what the work of attrition of ripe in preparation of the collapse.



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