World News Daily Report
Buenos Aires | Argentinian-born Alejandro Guaro Sanchez, the alleged only living son of Adolf Hitler, has announced he will undertake the task of writing a sequel to Mein Kampf, Adolf Hitler’s best-selling book that “inspired a generation of Germans prior to WWII”.
His mother, Maria Guaro Sanchez, with whom the dictator allegedly had a brief fling after fleeing to Argentina in 1945, has recently passed away, leaving her son with an innumerable number of notes allegedly written by the Fuehrer himself.
Maria Guaro Sanchez who became famous in the 1970s for claiming she had been impregnated by Hitler while she was his housekeeper for more than 6 years, told her son she had preciously kept these papers all her life when Adolf Hitler had to flee to Paraguay after information had leaked that he was living in the area, hoping the Fuehrer would one day come back for her.
“He eventually never came back for my mom, but left thousands of pages of notes, as he spent hours and hours every day locked up in the attic, frantically writing” his mother told him.
“I feel it is a responsibility of mine to tell my father’s version of how the world would be today, had things ended differently”
– Alejandro Guaro Sanchez, son of Adolf Hitler
“People think he was a really bad man, but I think historians depict a version of him that does not truly show the full complexity of this sensitive and caring man that my father was. Finally, after 70 years, Hitler’s version will be heard” he told reporters.
A daunting task
Alejandro Guaro Sanchez admits the task set before him will involve thousands of hours of laborious work, but the sacrifice is well worth the trouble, according to the author.
“I owe it to my father so that other’s can see what his vision of the future was meant to be, before the ‘treacherous Allied forces’ as he terms it, crushed the German army” he explains.
“I haven’t been through all the papers yet, but I can tell you one thing, in Hitler’s vision of the world, most of the world’s modern problems are easily solved, it’s just his way of solving those problems might seem a bit drastic” he warns future readers.
“Some Jewish people might also be offended by his writings” he also warns.
Born in Argentina on October 17, 1952, Alejandro Guaro Sanchez has been credited by a number of historians and scholars as the sole heir of Adolf Hitler. A DNA test undertaken in the spring of 2002 by the University of Cambridge also confirmed genetic ties to close relatives of Adolf Hitler’s family.