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... the professionals in the British Foreign Office, the Second War ended in "a peace of vengeance"; or rather (as vengeance is the denial of, and can never beget peace) in a vengeance which planted the seeds of new war. The two "premier-dictators" of the West, Messrs. Roosevelt and Churchill, took responsibility for the vengeance, for, despite their later disavowals of it, they both...

... (as he stated after the war in the House of Commons) nevertheless supported the use of the term "but only after it was used by the President without consultation with me". Mr. Churchill added that "if the British Cabinet had considered these words they would have advised against it" (but for, many years he continued to urge the desirability of "summit" conferences...

... document, its child and the charter of vengeance. By giving their names to it the two Western leaders did greater harm to the West than any it could have suffered by war; what is destroyed by explosive can 392 be rebuilt, but spiritual values achieved by the efforts of nations during nineteen centuries, once ruined are harder to restore. The East lost nothing because vengeance was its barbaric tradition...

... nationality or rank. Probably this code of civilizing warfare formed the best possible first step towards the abolition of war for which men ultimately hope. The records of war waged under this code are uplifting to study; those of wars which denied it repel. The wars of the 19th Century in Europe were fought, in increasing measure, under this code, so that their stories show man's effort to dignify himself...

... even in war. This holds good of the Crimean war, and of the three Prussian wars, against Denmark, Austria and Prussia. They were honourably waged and concluded. (The only great Western war of that century in which the picture darkened was the civil one in America, where vengeance was wreaked, after victory, on the defeated party. This would not have happened but for the assassination of President...

... Lincoln, the pacifier and unifier, within a few days of the victory; in the unlit shadows of that crime the same revolutionary conspirators may lurk, who demonstrably have shaped the events of our country). With that exception, war continued to be waged under this civilizing code throughout the West and wherever the West set its foot. At this century's beginning came the Anglo-Boer War in South Africa...

.... A few extracts from the journal of the Boer Colonel Deneys Reitz, written immediately after the fighting, show how men at war behaved towards each other, under this code, only fifty years ago: In a British prisoner-of-war camp: "One prisoner asked for an interview with my father. His name was Winston Churchill . . . he said he was not a combatant but a war-correspondent and asked to be...

... released on that account. My father replied that he was carrying a Mauser pistol when taken and so must remain where he was. Winston Churchill said that all war-correspondents in the Soudan carried weapons for self-protection, and the comparison annoyed my father, who told him the Boers were not in the habit of killing non-combatants . . ." After the Boer victory at Spion Kop: "We spent the...

... offend our pride, although they knew that we were on an errand of defeat". This is a picture of civilized men at war. Today's parrot-phrase about "the next war destroying civilization" is empty, because civilization is a state of mind and spirit and cannot be destroyed by explosives, though it can be destroyed by such deeds as the vengeance of 1945. The war depicted by Colonel Reitz was...

... fought 394 when I was a boy and the code observed by such men as he, on all sides and in war or peace, was the one which Englishmen of my generation were taught to honour. It was honoured in the First World War. I remember the British treatment of prisoners-of-war and I remember the liberation of British prisoners from German ones in the final advance; the treatment was similar in both. A wounded man...

... had no nationality; he received as good care, if he were a captive, as if he were hit on his own side of the line. Non-combatants and civilian populations were respected; plunder and rape were outlawed. What, then, caused the sudden abandonment of this civilized code of warfare by the West after the Second World War? The peoples had not changed in the twenty-seven years that had passed, from the...

... and buried that day and night will never be known; estimates vary between 50,000 and 250,000.* The war documents so far issued do not disclose who ordered this act, and strict measures were apparently taken to prevent the affair from ever being brought under public discussion. After that came General Eisenhower's order to halt the Anglo-American advance on the Elbe line, and therewith to abandon...

..., more than a century before this; in America, President Lincoln had abolished it during the Civil War of 1861-1865. By these acts the wartime leaders of England and America re-introduced slavery in Europe in 1945! The trials of "war criminals" formed the peaks of the vengeance and the Everest of them all was reached in the Nuremberg trial of the chief Nazi leaders. The "wicked man"...

... symbolism were the reproductions, after nearly thirty years, of the similar acts committed during the revolution in Russia: the Talmudic boast left on the wall of the Romanoffs' death chamber and the canonization of Judas Iscariot. After the Second World War the Nazi leaders were hanged on the Jewish Day of Judgment in 1946, so that their execution was presented to Jewry in the shape of Mordecai's...

... "the free world" from the enslaved Asiatic one; in this matter of vengeance there was no iron curtain. Nuremberg was in the Western zone; Oberammergau in the Soviet one. By the choice of the Jewish Day of Judgment for the hanging of the Nazi leaders and German commanders the Western leaders gave the conclusion of the Second War this aspect of a vengeance exacted specifically in the name of...

... "the Jews". The shape which the trial took showed the purpose of the immense propaganda of falsification conducted during the war, which I have earlier described. "Crimes against Jews" were singled out as a separate count, as if Jews were different from other human beings (and when the judgment was delivered a hundred million human beings in Eastern Europe had been handed over to...

... Russians, Ukrainians and Jews at Kieff" was changed to "150,000 Jews"; and so on interminably). The statement about the "six million Jews", allowed to pass without question by the men on the bench, was the end-product of this process. In six years of war the Germans, Japanese and Italians, using every lethal means, killed 824,928 British, British Commonwealth and American...

... fighting-men, merchant sailors and civilians. Assuming that the Germans killed, say, half of these in Europe, they killed (according to this assertion) fifteen times as many Jews there. To do that, they would have needed such quantities of men, weapons, transports, guards and materials as would have enabled them to win the war many times over. The figure would not even deserve scrutiny if it had not been...

... used to give the Second War the brand of "a Jewish war" and if that, again, did not foreshadow the shape of any third war. Because of that, it may be examined here. At no time in history, from antiquity to this day, can the number of Judahites, Judeans or Jews, living at any given time, be determined; for that reason the number afflicted in any calamity also cannot be determined, and there...

... are many more reasons why the number of Jewish victims in the Second World War cannot be fixed. The process of mystification begins in Genesis and continues through the Torah (the seventy people taken by Jacob to Egypt, for instance, apparently increased to two or three million within 150 years). At all periods large, and sometimes huge variations occur in the "estimates", and only...

... that even for "estimates" (not to speak of "statistics") can hardly be imagined, yet in the ensuing period, when all the additional confusions of war and occupation were piled on this infirm foundation, precise numbers of Jewish casualties were produced day by day, circulated by thousands of assiduous propagandists, and at the end declared to amount to six millions! Dr. Kohn says...

... the efforts of the encyclopaedists to make the post-war figure of 399 Jewish population in the world conform with the pre-war "estimates", minus six million. Figures are tricky things: a few examples: The leading American reference yearbook, the World Almanac, in 1947 gave the 1939 Jewish world-population as 15,688,259. In later editions up to 1952 it increased this prewar estimate...

... had remained stationary or increased during the war years. Newspaper articles are soon forgotten (unless some diligent student preserves them) but the great propagandist fabrications are handed on. Thus the historians, those men of precision in other questions, passed on the legend of "mass-extermination" to posterity. At the war's end Professor Arnold J. Toynbee was producing his...

... 825,000 fighting-men, sailors and civilians, killed in all theatres of war, of which only the Western politicians of this century would have been capable. The number of Jews who were killed or perished will never be known, for the reasons already stated and partly discovered by Professor Toynbee in his footnote to history. The very term "Jew" is indefinable; Jews are often not isolated in...

..., during the war, were not natural or the result of bombing and the like, but who were done to death by the Nazis. My opinion is that, whatever was the number of Jews in the countries overrun by Hitler, the number of their victims was in roughly that proportion to the total population stricken, Polish, Czech and other. I have found this to be the opinion of all persons known to me who survived the...

... the war, after Mr. Anthony Eden, on 17 December 1942 in the House of Commons, had made a "Declaration" about the Jews, in which he implicitly limited to the Jews the threat that "Those responsible for these crimes shall not escape retribution". Mr. Roosevelt, in America, had made a declaration of similar implication. The Nuremberg trial formed the model for many lesser "war...

... these prisoners were not Americans, as those who remember the admirable bearing of American troops in Germany after the First World War might expect. They were Jews from Austria who had entered the United States just before the Second War and, under Mr. Roosevelt's regime, had quickly been taken into the American army and American uniform. A genuine American who was present at these mock-trials (a...

... veteran court reporter) stated that he left the service of the War Crimes Branch in disgust after witnessing the "brutal sadism" practised by one of the inquisitors. Then the chief American prosecutor in this trial, a colonel, admitted to a Senate subcommittee that he had known about the mock-trials; he thought they were proper if the trial court itself was informed of the method used to...

... the London Four-Power Conference that fixed the terms of the war crimes trials", so that responsibility, once more, goes back to the politicians of London and Washington and the groups which exercised pressure on them. Justice Simpson also testified that the American Army "could not find enough qualified Americans" for these war crimes trials, in which the good name of the West was...

... Viennese-born Jews who had reached America in 1938 and 1940, at the ages of 16 and 26. In any previous war they would have been kept under observation as "enemy aliens"; under Mr. Roosevelt they had received American army commissions as "friendly aliens". In 1945 they were made "members of the American prosecution team at the war crimes trials". When they were arrested as...

... State Department or the United Nations". At this time the further disclosure was made that in 1949 Mr. John J. McCloy (an American High Commissioner particularly feared by the Germans during the war-crimes trials period) had been given legal briefs "showing that serious errors in translation from German and other languages into English were introduced into evidence; these errors, in some...

... their loot, giving him a virtual carte-blanche for signing documents, for searching, causing arrests and striking terror . . . In those days when Philip Auerbach appeared at the head of immense Jewish demonstrations in Germany after the war, the high-ranking American officers usually accompanied him, thereby indicating his authority. With the Jewish flag at the head of these demonstrations, Auerbach...

... the general pursuance of the war, but the Communists had used only a small proportion of it in the fight against the Germans. We knew long before the * See footnote on page 407 407 event of the turn the future would take. . . and yet we were unable to do anything to prevent it". (Major Moss makes one factual mis-statement; "the world" was never "amazed at the wealth of gold"...

... the area of Soviet incursion into Europe, after the fighting, by an invasion from the South which would have given the Western Allies command at least of Austria and Czechoslovakia and very probably of Hungary and the whole of Germany, were weakened by his insistence on setting up Communism in Yugoslavia. That action, for which his Memoirs give no sufficient explanation, also weakens his post-war...

... argument, recalling his vain attempts to gain American support for the blow from the South and maintaining that the outcome of the war would have been different and better had he been heard. His emissary to the Communist leader, Tito, has recorded his own misgiving in this matter and Mr. Churchill's instruction to him: "The less you and I worry about the form of government they set up the better...

... committees would obviously have furnished the first victims of the gas-chambers. Instead, they were accepted as representing the camp inmates and were given privileged status, then agreeing to take part in the killings. This was the perfect way of ensuring that anti-Communists should be few in post-war Germany. In this manner the piles of corpses grew, which the outer world later beheld on screens in...

... revelations of the Ljubljana trial have received corroboration, in various points, from many books of survivors from the concentration camps. Mr. Odo Nansen, son of the famous Norwegian explorer, wrote of his experience in the Sachsenhausen camp, eighteen months before the war ended: It's extraordinary how the Communists have managed things here; they have all the power in camp next to the SS., and they...

... attract all the other Communists, from other countries, and place them in key positions. . . . Many of the Norwegian prisoners here have turned Communist. Besides all the immediate advantages it offers, most likely they expect Russia to be the big noise after the war, and then I suppose they think it may be handy to have one's colour right. Last night I was talking to our Blockaeltester, a Communist...

... good and bad, cruel or humane; but it was kept hidden from the public masses, who received a picture of torture-camps inhabited almost entirely by Jews, tormented by depraved "Nazi" captors. In fact, the Jews formed a small proportion of the entire camp-population; the tormentors in the last three years of the war were largely Communists, whose motives have been shown; and among these...

... official whom he accused of killing an inmate at Muhldorf, where he was a block warden. The report stated that the board would send its findings "to the Jewish community" in the accused's town "without recommendations or sanctions", which meant that, if he were a "war criminal", he would be left to his congregation to deal with. In all these cases it was implicit that only...

... Government official and a leading candidate (at the 1955 election) of the government majority-party, in Hungary during the war had collaborated with the Nazis, prepared the ground for the murder of Jews, saved a Nazi war criminal from punishment, and so on. Dr. Kastner brought suit for criminal libel against his accuser, and the Israeli judge after nine months handed down a judgment stating that the...

... the Nazis). The Government then announced that it would appeal the judgment, through its Attorney General, and I could never learn what transpired, if anything. Thus, while much was heard of "war criminals" and their trials, these Jewish "war criminals" appeared only before Jewish tribunals and if they were punished, the world was not told. I know of only one case (others may...

... have escaped my notice) where such Jews were included in a "war criminals trial". The Jewish Telegraph Agency (May 8, 1946) reported, "The verdict in the trial of 23 guards at the Breendouck concentration camp at Antwerp, one of the lesser-known Nazi hells, was announced here yesterday. Among the guards are 3 Jews, Walter Obler, Leo Schmandt and Sally Lewin. Obler and Lewin have been...

... the Second War, was given the false picture of a solely Jewish persecution conducted by non-Jews and that events in the world in this century are consistently so misrepresented, to the general misfortune. The chapter of Hitler's Jewish helpers was not a small one. Lord Templewood, British Ambassador to Spain during the war, says, "For month after month General Franco" (himself of Jewish...

... in the following quotations: The Saturday Evening Post of April 11, 1953, said, "With this shameful agreement" (Yalta) "as their authority Soviet MVD agents strode through the displaced-persons camps after the war and put the finger on thousands who had managed to escape the Soviet tyranny. These miserable victims were herded into boxcars and driven back to death, torture or the slow...

... UNRRA (United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration). She writes in her book, "Londa" (a colleague) "had been assigned for a time to a southern camp when its Russian refugees, mainly prisoners of war, had been sent back to Russia under terms of the Yalta Agreement. She told us how the Russian prisoners of war had slashed their wrists, stripped naked and hanged themselves...

.... Even after every destructive object was taken from them they still found ways to suicide. She could never understand how Stalin had sold his idea to Roosevelt and Churchill that there had been no Russian prisoners of war taken by the Germans, only deserters". Now the opposite side of the picture: the treatment given to one group of people "singled out" from the entire mass of Hitler's...

... the Bolshevists set up in 1919, in Bavaria and Hungary. In both cases the terrorists were, in the main, imported into these countries in the guise of returning "prisoners of war", and had been trained as Communist agitators in Russia. In Germany the Communist movement then was headed by the "Spartacus League" ("Spartacus" was Adam Weishaupt's code-name), the leaders of...

... fog of war came down and the next point in time at which the matter may be tested is the closing period and aftermath of the Second War, 1945 and the following years. Before the Second War even began the "war aims" of the revolution were publicly stated by Stalin at the Third Komintern Congress in Moscow in May 1938: "The revival of revolutionary action on any scale sufficiently vast...

... will not be possible unless we succeed in utilizing the existing disagreements between the capitalistic countries, so as to precipitate them against each other into armed conflict . . . All war truly generalized should terminate automatically by revolution. The essential work of our party comrades in foreign countries consists, then, in facilitating the provocation of such a conflict". The...

... reader will observe that this is the sole statement of "war aims" which was undeviatingly pursued through the ensuing conflict, successfully "provoked" by the Hitler-Stalin pact. The Western leaders, by defaulting on their own earlier-declared "war aims" and abandoning half of Europe to the revolution, ensured the accomplishment of the "war aims" above stated in...

... places and the same journal in another issue said, "When the Russian occupation authorities were established shortly after the end of the war, there were many Jews occupying key positions and holding high ranks in the Soviet administration. They included Jews who had lived in Russia. . . and who came to Germany and Austria in the ranks of the Red Army, and Jews from areas annexed by Russia in the...
... Controversy of Zion Antimatrix What's New?Theme of the Day Your browser does not support iframes. Index The Controversy of Zion Page 470 471 472 473 474 475 476 477 478 Chapter 44 THE WORLD INSTRUMENT The Second War produced a third result, additional to the advance of the revolution into Europe and the establishment by force of the Zionist state: namely, the second attempt to set up the...

... structure of a "world government", on the altar of which Western nationhood was to be sacrificed. This is the final consummation to which the parallel processes of Communism and Zionism are evidently intended to lead; the idea first emerged in the Weishaupt papers, began to take vigorous shape in the 19th Century, and was expounded in full detail in the Protocols of 1905. In the First War it was...

..., during the confusion period of a great war, that is, the later period of the fighting and the early aftermath of it. It was never submitted before that war to the peoples who became embroiled, nor was any reasoned explanation of its nature and purpose given to them; during the "emergency" the "premier-dictators" took their assent for granted; the only expresseion of popular opinion...

... ever given was the immediate refusal of the United States Congress, as the fog of the First War cleared, to have anything to do with it. The twenty years between the two wars showed that "the League of Nations" was unable to enforce or preserve peace and that nations would not of their own will surrender their sovereignty to it. Nevertheless, as the Second War approached the men who were to...

... keeping peace after the war". I was in England at that time and, for one, was disappointed at the inclusion of the reference which Mr. Churchill desired; as for "opinion in England" in general, there was none, for no informative basis for any opinion had been offered to the people. Mr. Churchill was pursuing the idea on his own authority, as was Mr. Roosevelt: "Roosevelt spoke and...

..." between himself and Mr. Roosevelt in "perfect understanding"). Consequently, in the concluding stages of the war and without any reference to the battling multitudes, "the questions of World Organization" (Mr. Churchill) dominated the private debate between these two, General Smuts in South Africa, and the premiers of the other British oversea countries. By that time (1944...

... for that matter the coaggressor at the start of the Second War, the Soviet state, was to be the party most lavishly rewarded at its end, so that all this talk about stopping "aggression" cannot have been seriously intended. Clearly the idea was to set up a "world instrument" for the use of whoever might gain control of it. Against whom would it be used? The answer is given by all...

... years (that is, while the confusion-period of the Second War still continued), the true nature of "world-government" and the "world instrument" was for an instant revealed. For the first time the peoples were shown what awaited them if this idea were ever fully realized. They did not understand what they were shown then and forgot it at once, but the disclosure is on record and is...

... revolution at work (for it took charge during the final stages and aftermath of the Civil War and "Reconstruction" was recognizably its work) and later saw the enduring values of a free society. However, his family was not truly part of the South and soon the pull of New York drew it thither. There, before he was thirty, Bernard Baruch was a rich and rising man, and before he was forty he was...

... than Mr. Baruch from "discrimination". His first appearance in Wall Street was much disliked by the great men there on the ground that he was "a gambler" (a reproach apparently first made by Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan). He survived all such criticisms and described himself as "a speculator". During the First World War President Wilson appointed Mr. Baruch head of the War...

... Roosevelt testifies to the fact that he was President Roosevelt's adviser both before and during the twelve-year Democratic regime that followed. By March 1939 Mr. Winston Churchill felt able to inform Mr. Baruch (then in residence at his Barony in South Carolina) that "War is coming very soon . . . You will be running the show over there". By that time Mr. Baruch had been "advising"...

... of "control". In the First and the Second War alike this was his panacea: "control", "discipline" and the like. It amounted always to the demand for power over people, and for the centralization of authority in one man's hands, and the demand was raised again long after the Second War, once more in the plea that it would prevent a third: "before the bullets have...

... a Congressional Committee in 1935: "had the 1914-1918 war gone on another year our whole population would have emerged in cheap but serviceable uniforms. . . types of shoes were to be reduced to two or three". This statement provoked strongrotests at the time; Americans, having helped defeat the "regimented" Germans, did not like to think that they would have presented a...

... spectacle of drab regimentation, had the war but lasted "another year". At the time Mr. Baruch denied that he had intended "to goose-step the nation", but his biographer records that he "revived his proposal for similar drab clothing in World War II". In contemplating the picture thus conjured up the student cannot put out of his mind the similar picture, of a drab, enslaved...

... the world, Baruch has said on many occasions". And then, during the Second War, "Baruch had agreed with President Roosevelt and other leaders that a world organization should be established at the height of allied unity in the war". The italicized words are the key ones: they relate to the confusion-period of a great war, when the "advisers" submit their plans, the "...

...;premier-dictators" initial them (and later cannot understand how they could have done so), and the great coups are brought off. These are all fragments, significant but partial. Immediately after the Second War Mr. Baruch made his first great public appearance in world affairs as the author of a plan for world-dictatorship, and dictatorship (in my opinion) by terror. For the first time his mind and...

... published with his approval). It was devised on a bench in Central Park in consultation with one Ferdinand Eberstadt, Mr. Baruch's assistant in 1919 at Versailles and "an active disciple" of Mr. Baruch's in the Second War. This might be described as the 20th Century method of formulating state policy, and apparently Mr. Baruch owes to it his popular title, "the park-bench statesman"...

... atomic energy is used for peaceful purposes and preclude its use in war. To that end, we must provide immediate, swift and sure punishment of those who violate the agreements that are reached by the nations. Penalization is essential if peace is to be more than a feverish interlude between wars. And, too, the United Nations can prescribe individual responsibility and punishment on the principles...

... those who violate their solemn agreements. . . The bomb does not wait upon delay. To delay may be to die. The time between violation and preventive action or punishment would be all too short for extended discussion as to the course to be followed . . . The solution will require apparent sacrifice in pride and in position, but better pain as the price of peace than death as the price of war". The...

... reader will see that Mr. Baruch contended that the world could only escape "destruction" by "precluding the use of atomic energy in war" and proposed that "an Authority" with a monopoly of atomic energy be set up, which should be free from all check in its punitive use of atomic energy against any party deemed by it to be deserving of punishment. This is the proposal of...

... (who was evidently aware that Mr. Eisenhower was then to be elected) summarized the recommendations which the new President would receive from the permanent "adviser". These related entirely to preparatory mobilization for war, "controls", "global strategy" and the like. By that time Mr. Baruch had specified what particular new "aggression" these proposals were...

... might expect to be attempted in the later stages and aftermath of any third war; the "global plan" was fully revealed. In 1947 Mr. Baruch stated that his father"came to'this country a hundred years ago". The case offers the most signifkant example of the effect on America, and through America on world affairs, of the "new immigration" of the 19th Century. After just that...
... so-called war, that the concentration camp is invented Rear Admiral Henry Hamilton Beamish on this war: "Upon making inquiry, I found all the gold and diamond mines of South Africa were owned by Jews... Anything these people touch they inevitably pollute" President of the Transvaal Republic in South Africa, Stephanus Johannes Paul Kruger: "If it were conceivable, to eject the Jew monopolist from...

... this country neck and crop without incurring war with Great Britain, then the problem of everlasting peace would be solved" 1901 The Jews from the colonies set up in Palestine by Edmond James de Rothschild, send a delegation to him The Rothschild banking house in Frankfurt, Germany closes 1902 Philippe de Rothschild is born 1903 At the 6th Zionist Congress in Basle, Switzerland, a discussion takes...

... power will be legalized. The greatest crime of the ages is perpetrated by this banking and currency bill Federal Reserve is a private company, it is neither Federal nor does it have any Reserve When you hear "Fed Reserve" it means "Rothschild". Fed Reserve is owned by Rothschild banks 1914 The start of World War 1 - good for Rothschilds. The German Rothschilds' loan money to the Germans, the British...

... Rothschilds' loan money to the British, and the French Rothschilds' loan money to the French 1915 The Islamic Ottoman Government of Turkey is overthrown by Masonic Jewish socialists 1916 Ashkenazi Jew, Louis Dembitz Brandeis is appointed to the Supreme Court of the United States by President Wilson, as per his agreed blackmail payment to Samuel Untermyer The middle of World War 1. Germany are winning the...

... war as they are being financed by the Rothschilds' to a greater extent than France, Italy and England Germany, although they were winning the war, offers armistice to Britain with no requirement of reparations Rothschild agent Louis Brandeis sends a Zionist delegation from America to Britain to promise to bring America into the war on the side of the British, provided the British agree to give the...

... land of Palestine to the Rothschilds Suddenly all the major newspapers in America that up to that point had been pro-German turn on Germany Wilson is re-elected President under slogan: "Re-elect the man who will keep your sons out of the war." 1917 As a result of Germany's offer of peace, the Rothschild war machine goes into total overdrive in America As per the Rothschild promise to the British, to...

... take America into the war they want something in writing about the Palestine Arthur James Balfour, a Jew, drafts a letter known as the "Balfour Declaration" The Rothschilds' order the execution by the Jewish Bolsheviks they control, of Tsar Nicholas II and his entire family United States Congressman, Oscar Callaway, informs Congress that J. P. Morgan is a Rothschild front and has taken control of the...

... that began in 1866, less than a year after President Lincoln's victory in the American Civil War.   President Lincoln.   Edmond James de Rothschild has a son, Maurice de Rothschild Edmond James de Rothschild has a son, Maurice de Rothschild. 1883 After 6,000 feet of tunnel in the channel tunnel project has been excavated, the British government halt the project citing the fact that it would...

... the cause of untold mischief and misery in Europe during the present century, and has piled up its prodigious wealth chiefly through fomenting wars between States which ought never to have quarrelled. Whenever there is trouble in Europe, wherever rumours of war circulate and men's minds are distraught with fear of change and calamity you may be sure that a hook-nosed Rothschild is at his games...

...; It is during this so-called war, that the concentration camp is invented Cecil Rhodes It is during this so-called war, that the concentration camp is invented, when the British rounded up anyone sympathetic to the Boers, which included women and children, and placed them in unsanitary, fever ridden camps. The Rothschild British Army go on to win this war and thus the vast wealth in gold and...

... diamonds, for the Rothschilds'. Rear Admiral Henry Hamilton Beamish on this war: "Upon making inquiry, I found all the gold and diamond mines of South Africa were owned by Jews... Anything these people touch they inevitably pollute" Indeed in a speech he gave on October 30th, 1937, Rear Admiral Henry Hamilton Beamish, had the following to say on the subject of the Boer War, "The Boer War occurred 37...

... Jew monopolist from this country neck and crop without incurring war with Great Britain, then the problem of everlasting peace would be solved." 1901 The Jews from the colonies set up in Palestine by Edmond James de Rothschild, send a delegation to him Edmond James de Rothschild The Jews from the colonies set up in Palestine by Edmond James de Rothschild, send a delegation to him which state the...

... Palestine through a stepping stone process, which would play out to the letter more than 15 years later. This is what he said, "Let me tell you the following words as if I were showing you the rungs of a ladder leading upward and upward: Herzl; the Zionist Congress; the English Uganda proposition; the future world war; the peace conference where with the help of England a free and Jewish Palestine will be...

... they are the following banks: Rothschild Bank of London Warburg Bank of Hamburg Rothschild Bank of Berlin Lehman Brothers of New York Lazard Brothers of Paris Kuhn Loeb Bank of New York Israel Moses Seif Banks of Italy Goldman, Sachs of New York Warburg Bank of Amsterdam Chase Manhattan Bank of New York These are all Rothschild banks. 1914 The start of World War 1 - good for Rothschilds. The German...

... Rothschilds' loan money to the Germans, the British Rothschilds' loan money to the British, and the French Rothschilds' loan money to the French The start of World War 1. In this war, the German Rothschilds' loan money to the Germans, the British Rothschilds' loan money to the British, and the French Rothschilds' loan money to the French. Furthermore, the Rothschilds' have control of the three European news...

... agencies, Wolff (est. 1849) in Germany, Reuters (est. 1851) in England, and Havas (est. 1835) in France. The Rothschilds' use Wolff to manipulate the German people into a fervour for war. It is around this time that the Rothschilds' are rarely reported in the media, because they own the media. 1915 The Islamic Ottoman Government of Turkey is overthrown by Masonic Jewish socialists The Islamic Ottoman...

... to the Supreme Court of the United States by President Wilson, as per his agreed blackmail payment to Samuel Untermyer some three years earlier. Justice Brandeis is also the elected leader of the Executive Committee for Zionist Affairs, a position he has held since 1914. The middle of World War 1. Germany are winning the war as they are being financed by the Rothschilds' to a greater extent than...

... France, Italy and England The middle of World War 1. Germany are winning the war as they are being financed by the Rothschilds' to a greater extent than France, Italy and England, simply because the Rothschilds', do not want to support the Tsar in Russia, and of course Russia was on the same side as France, Italy and England. Germany, although they were winning the war, offers armistice to Britain with...

... no requirement of reparations Then a significant event occurs. On December 12th, Germany, although they were winning the war and not one foreign soldier had set foot on their soil, offers armistice to Britain with no requirement of reparations. The Rothschilds' are anxious to make sure this is not accepted by the British as they have a few cards left up their sleeve in relation to what they...

... initiated this war for. Rothschild agent Louis Brandeis sends a Zionist delegation from America to Britain So, whilst the British are considering Germany's offer, Rothschild agent Louis Brandeis sends a Zionist delegation from America to Britain to promise to bring America into the war on the side of the British, provided the British agree to give the land of Palestine to the Rothschilds'. The Rothschilds...

... President under slogan: "Re-elect the man who will keep your sons out of the war." Interestingly Woodrow Wilson is re-elected President this year, the slogan of his campaign being, "Re-elect the man who will keep your sons out of the war." 1917 As a result of Germany's offer of peace, the Rothschild war machine goes into total overdrive in America As a result of Germany's offer of peace, the Rothschild...

... war machine goes into total overdrive in America, spreading anti-German propaganda throughout the American media which leads to President Wilson under the instructions of the Jewish American Supreme Court Justice, Louis Dembitz Brandeis, reneging on his promise to the electorate and taking America into World War 1 on April 6th. As per the Rothschild promise to the British, to take America into the...

... war they want something in writing about the Palestine As per the Rothschild promise to the British, to take America into the war, they decide they want something in writing from the British to prove that they will uphold their side of the bargain. Arthur James Balfour, a Jew, drafts a letter known as the "Balfour Declaration" The British Foreign Secretary, Arthur James Balfour, a Jew, therefore...

... pay to the victors following the end of World War 1. A delegation of 117 Jews headed up by Ashkenazi Jew, Bernard Baruch (who would go on to state to a select committee of the United States Congress, "I probably had more power than perhaps any other man did in the war, doubtless that is true,") bring up the subject of the promise of Palestine for them. At this point the Germans realised why America...

... had turned on them and under whose influence, the Rothschilds'. Germany was the most friendly country in the world towards the Jews The Germans, naturally, felt they had been betrayed by their Jewish population. This is because, at the time the Rothschilds' made their deal with Britain for Palestine, in exchange for bringing America into the war, Germany was the most friendly country in the world...
... Mayer Rothschild states: "Either the application for renewal of the charter is granted, or the United States will find itself involved in a most disastrous war" Rothschild responds: "Teach those impudent Americans a lesson. Bring them back to colonial status" 1812 Backed by Rothschild money, and Nathan Mayer Rothschild's orders, the British declare war on the United States The Rothschilds' plan is to...

... cause the United States to build up such a debt in fighting this war that they have no option but to surrender to the British Mayer Amschel Rothschild dies. In his will he lays out specific laws that the House of Rothschild are to follow In his will he demands the family is to intermarry with its' first and second cousins to preserve the family fortune Jacob (James) Mayer Rothschild goes to Paris...

... pass through the English and French blockades and they use this advantage to keep Nathan Mayer Rothschild up to date with how the war is going One of Rothschild's couriers, delivers the victory message to Rothschild faster and Rothschild do a massive bonds seloff At the seloff climax, Rothschild begins to buy it all back, making a killing on the highest quality, government guaranteed paper When news...

... comes out about the war, the Rothschild end up making 20 times more money on their investment scam Nathan Rothschild openly brags that he made 2500 times more money compared to hist startup capital The ownership of these bonds, or consuls, gives the Rothschild family complete control of the British economy Nathan Mayer Rothschild: "I care not what puppet is placed upon the throne of England to rule...

...' send one of their own, August Belmont, an Ashkenazi Crypto-Jew, to America to immediately start work on salvaging their banking interests 1838 President Jackson pays off the final installment of the national debt. He becomes the only President to ever pay off the debt 1839 Rothschilds put China on its knees in the "opium war" 1840 The Rothschilds name themselves the Bank of England's bullion brokers...

... 1860 Rothschilds see the opportunity to regain control of America via civil war In order to provoke the North, these Rothschild agents and their brainwashed followers, raid armies, seize forts, arsenals, mints and other Union property Even members of President Buchanan's cabinet conspire to destroy the Union by damaging the public credit 1861 Abraham Lincoln is elected as President The money changers...

... saw the opportunity to divide and conquer America by plunging it into Civil War Otto Von Bismarck: "The division of the United States into federations of equal force was decided long before the Civil War by the high financial powers of Europe" Only months after these first shots in South Carolina, the Rothschilds' loaned Napoleon III 210 million francs to seize Mexico and then station troops along...

...: "a small number of very rich men have been able to lay upon the masses of the poor a yoke little better than slavery itself" Ferdinand de Rothschild dies 1899 Rothschilds send 400,000 British soldiers to fight against the "enemy" over South Africa's vast gold and diamond deposits It is during this so-called war, that the concentration camp is invented Rear Admiral Henry Hamilton Beamish on this war...

...: "Upon making inquiry, I found all the gold and diamond mines of South Africa were owned by Jews... Anything these people touch they inevitably pollute" President of the Transvaal Republic in South Africa, Stephanus Johannes Paul Kruger: "If it were conceivable, to eject the Jew monopolist from this country neck and crop without incurring war with Great Britain, then the problem of everlasting peace...

... Federal Reserve is a private company, it is neither Federal nor does it have any Reserve When you hear "Fed Reserve" it means "Rothschild". Fed Reserve is owned by Rothschild banks 1914 The start of World War 1 - good for Rothschilds. The German Rothschilds' loan money to the Germans, the British Rothschilds' loan money to the British, and the French Rothschilds' loan money to the French 1915 The...

... Islamic Ottoman Government of Turkey is overthrown by Masonic Jewish socialists 1916 Ashkenazi Jew, Louis Dembitz Brandeis is appointed to the Supreme Court of the United States by President Wilson, as per his agreed blackmail payment to Samuel Untermyer The middle of World War 1. Germany are winning the war as they are being financed by the Rothschilds' to a greater extent than France, Italy and...

... England Germany, although they were winning the war, offers armistice to Britain with no requirement of reparations Rothschild agent Louis Brandeis sends a Zionist delegation from America to Britain to promise to bring America into the war on the side of the British, provided the British agree to give the land of Palestine to the Rothschilds Suddenly all the major newspapers in America that up to that...

... point had been pro-German turn on Germany Wilson is re-elected President under slogan: "Re-elect the man who will keep your sons out of the war." 1917 As a result of Germany's offer of peace, the Rothschild war machine goes into total overdrive in America As per the Rothschild promise to the British, to take America into the war they want something in writing about the Palestine Arthur James Balfour...

... father, became 25 times wealthier Louis T. McFadden, Chairman of the House Banking & Currency Committee: "After World War 1, Germany fell into the hands of the German International Bankers... Through the Federal Reserve Board over 30 billion of dollars of American money... has been pumped into Germany" The money pumped in to Germany to build her up in preparation for World War 2, is into the German...

.... In their hands it became a mighty weapon" 1934 Staunch Zionist, Vladimir Jabotinsky, on boycott of Germany: "We shall start a spiritual and material war of the whole world against Germany" Swiss banking secrecy laws are reformed in preparation for the Rothschild engineered Second World War in which as usual they will fund both sides David Lloyd George: "Britain is the slave of an international...

... trade in African slaves to America" Mao Tse Tsung: "All political power comes from the barrel of a gun" Dr. Solomon Freehof: "We want a world in which nationalism shall definitely diminish" 1936 The increase in anti-Semitism in Germany: "it was Jewish help that brought USA into the War" (WWI) Louis T. McFadden, one of the staunchest critics of the Federal Reserve and the Jewish criminal cabal behind...

... Jewish agents" Professor A. Kulisher, a Jew, calls for the genocide of all Germans to be the priority of worldwide Jewry Lord Victor Rothschild to question where he intended to live when the lease on his Piccadilly home ran out: "Nowhere probably, I just don't know. Not till after the war anyway." And the war would start in two years. How did he know about the war? Rear Admiral Henry Hamilton Beamish...

... increased production is almost exclusively used to arm Germany for World War 2 This company is controlled by the Rothschilds' and goes on to use Jews and other disaffected peoples as slave labour in concentration camps Hitler had been doing phenomenally well in turning his country around economically by breaking with the Jewish international bankers and trading by barter Hitler simply issued what money...

... driven money system and so World War 2 starts This is not a war between Germany and the Allies, it is a war between Germany and the Jewish money power Anthony Crossley, Conservative MP for Oldham, on Arabs being totally not represented compared to Jews 1940 Hansjurgen Koehler about Adolf Hitler's grandmother: "A little servant girl came to Vienna and became a domestic servant at the Rothschild mansion...

... for all labour not associated with high profits... are the chief characteristics of the Jewish race" 1941 President Roosevelt takes America into the Second World War by refusing to sell Japan any more steel scrap or oil knowing it would cause Japan to attack America Sir Josiah Stamp, director of the Bank of England: "The modern banking system manufactures money out of nothing. The process is perhaps...

... the most astounding piece of sleight of hand that was ever invented" 1942 Prescott Bush had been funding Hitler from America. Interestingly the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) never criticizes any of the Bush family for this The Jewish Chronicle: "We have been at war with Hitler since the first day that he gained power" Chaim Weizmann, President of the World Jewish Congress: "this war is our war and...

... privately owned central banks, which gradually assumed the power to dictate credit policies to the banks of all nations 1945 The first successful test of the atomic bomb occurs at the Trinity site The end of World War 2. the Rothschild controlled I.G. Farben plants were specifically not targeted in the bombing raids on Germany The tribunals held at the end of the Second World War, to investigate Nazi War...

... Crimes, censor any materials recording Western assistance to Hitler, such as that of Prescott Bush The Rothschilds' take a giant step towards their goal of world domination with creation of "United Nations" 1946 William Joyce is executed, his last words: "In death as in this life, I defy the Jews who caused this last war: and I defy the power of Darkness which they represent" The British Security...

... to make way for a one-world government to be run by the UN President Harry S. Truman in his diary writes that Jews care not how any other people get murdered or mistreated as (post war) displaced persons as long as the Jews get special treatment 1948 The Rothschilds' bribe President Harry S. Truman with two million dollars to recognise Israel as a sovereign state The State of Israel is officially...

... them for making false statements 1949 Jacob Schiff sank about $20,000,000 for the final triumph of Bolshevism in Russia Mao Tse Tsung declares the founding of the People's Republic of China Mao Tse Tsung is funded by Rothschild Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion: Jerusalem aspires to become the spiritual center of the world 1950 As planned by the Rothschilds', every nation involved in World War...

... found in the residence of the United States military attaché in Tel Aviv 1957 Ariel Sharon commands units which murder Egyptian prisoners of war James de Rothschild dies and leaves a large sum of money to build the Knesset L.G. Pine: so closely linked are the Jews and the lords that a blow against the Jews would injure the aristocracy also 1959 Crypto-Jew, Fidel Castro, declares himself Prime Minister...

... against the Western World, and is known as the, "Silent War" The apartheid state of Israel, the only state in the world where you have to be of a particular race to emigrate to 1967 Egypt, Jordan and Syria are suddenly attacked by Israel Israelis launch an attack on the U.S.S. Liberty with Israeli aircraft and motor torpedo boats, in an effort to blame it on Egypt, to bring America into the war on their...

... side The Israelis' also machine gun the lifeboats the Americans deploy in order to prevent them escaping, yet another war crime A naval tribunal is set up to investigate the incident but it is not allowed to investigate Israel illegally occupies the Golan Heights. This area goes on to provide Israel with one third of its fresh water de Rothschild Frères is renamed Banque Rothschild 1968 Noémie...

... Israeli Knesset passes the law: if non-Jewish Christian is apprehended giving a New Testament to an Israeli, he may face a jail term of up to 5 years 1978 Israeli forces launch indiscriminate cluster bomb attacks which result in over 1,500 deaths This invasion had been planned by Israel at least two years before In essence, the Israelis launch an illegal war to steal Lebanon's water supply Pope John...

... which Israel knew about but did not bother to warn the Americans Marc Lee Raphael in his book: "Jewish merchants played a major role in the slave-trade" 1984 The Mossad sells courses on how both sides can best kill each other in Sri Lanka since Rothschild family funding both sides in war 1985 Jack Bernstein publishes his book "The Life of an American Jew in Racist Marxist Israel" Bernstein offers a...

...-ops," operation on the "Achille Lauro" cruise ship "Profits Of War": how Israeli intelligence had been funding Palestinian terror groups to carry out attacks on Israeli targets N. M. Rothschild & Sons, advise the British government on the privatisation of British economy Great majority of money is not even printed these days Only 5 per cent was accounted for The 96.9 per cent represented new...

... emotionally damaged Jesus Christ would have been arrested as a hate criminal This law is designed to protect the Rothschild conspiracy from being revealed in that if you criticize the Rothschilds' criminal cabal Historian, James Bacque, reveals the shocking Allied treatment of German prisoners of war: "produced the horror of death camps unequalled by anything in American military history, under the direct...

... Britain began an aerial bombing campaign of Iraq War crime: Talmudic style ritual slaughter of 150,000 retreating Iraqi troops with fuel air bombs "Happy and joyful" holiday of Purim is when the most horrendous murders occur, just as prescribed by the Jewish "scriptures" Gulf War Syndrome Isratex Company supplied the defective chemical and biological protective suits The real reason for this war in Iraq...

... Norman Lamont, after completing his mission to collapse the British economy to profit the Rothschilds, returns to Rothschilds as a director Former Congressman, Paul Findley, publishes "Deliberate Deceptions: Facing the Facts About the U. S. Israeli Relationship" 65 United Nations Member Resolutions against Israel Mossad motto, "By Way Of Deception, Thou Shalt Do War" Two weeks after Israel's attack on...

... suspect for these anthrax letters is an Ashkenazi Jew, Dr. Philip Zack Jewish Defence League Chairman, Ashkenazi Jew, Irv Rubin, is jailed for allegedly plotting to bomb a mosque and the offices of a Arab-American congressman One week prior to the WTC attack, the Zim Shipping Company moves out of its offices in the WTC, breaking its lease and costing the company $50,000 The real reason for war in...

... foreign spy ring ever uncovered inside the United States, operated by Israel The World Bank's "Four Step Strategy", which is designed to enslave nations to the bankers IMF and World Bank have made the sale of electricity, water, telephone and gas systems a condition of loans to every developing nation 2002 Webster's Dictionary provides a new definition of anti-Semitism The Prime Minister of Israel, war...

... PNAC: a wide ranging war in locales from Central Asia to the Middle East Since 1973, Israel has cost the United States about $1.6 trillion David Rockefeller admits his role in the world government conspiracy Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez kidnapped President Chavez, demonized by the Jewish media, commits the crime of giving milk and housing to the poor, and giving land not used for production James...

... Longley releases his documentary, "Gaza Strip", that shows Israeli troops both shooting Palestinian children through the head 2003 Rachel Corrie bulldozed to death by Israelis in Gaza strip Invasion of Iraq and genocide of 150,000 of retreating Iraqi soldiers - a Jewish ritual sacrifice Iraq is one of six nations left in the world who don't have a Rothschild controlled central bank The war in Iraq is...

..., Ashkenazi Jew, Larry Franklin, observed by the FBI giving classified information to two officials of AIPAC, suspected of being Israeli spies The people of the United States are the victims of a deadly hoax, that started a war using the blood and money of American citizens John Ashcroft orders the FBI to stop all arrests in the case of Israeli spying Jewish Rabbi, Dov Zakheim, resigns as the Pentagon...
... seizing the opportunity to attend a concert again. Practically all the male members of the audience were wearing military uniforms; any man in civilian dress was regarded either as a hopeless cripple or as a doubtful sort of individual. There were many war-wounded, also in uniform, but without shoulder-tabs. And a large number of the audience, civilians included, were wearing orders or ribbons. The...

... authority of the military profession grew enormously during the war. Before 1939 officers were shown little consideration, they were regarded as drones and parasites. But in the war years the officer corps was enlarged by a mass of reserve officers. The army became an inseparable part of every family; people began to regard military service as a necessary and honorable obligation. The external and...

... internal reforms in the army and all over the country forced everybody to revise their ideas of the military class. The front-line officer was of all men the most respected. Before the war the civilians had looked down with some condescension on the military, but now the situation was diametrically opposite. The men in dark blue worsted civvies were inferior beings. The majority of them looked pale and...

... worried; the feverish strain of unremitting labor had left its mark on them. The women, too, had the same gray look of chronic under-nourishment, everyday anxieties and need, in their faces and clothes. Their features were indifferent, pasty, and weary. Even the youngsters had lost the unconstrained, invincible, carefree air of pre-war days. The general war-weariness was much more perceptible at home...

... brilliant orders and pale, hungry faces in the foyer, we came to the glass showcase of the buffet. Behind the glass were marvelous delicacies, the sort of thing one found in Moscow only in the best of the pre-war years. But the prices! It was painful to see men gathering round the case as though it were a museum-piece, then turning away with hungry looks and empty hands. "I'm glad we haven't any ladies...

... joy and unrestrained pride. The people of the home front were sick with a chronic psychosis. They were filled with an unshakable conviction that the day of victory, the day marking the end of the war, would be like a fairy story, would not only bring deliverance from all the fevered night-mares of wartime, but would bring something bigger and better than had existed before the war. This mass...

... psychosis which marked the final phase of the war was visible in the eyes of every man and every woman. Clenching their teeth, they advanced to the victory like a runner making his final spurt: a last dash to breast the tape and then drop exhausted. Then all would be well. Then there would be a pleas-ant rest, the well-earned reward for all the arduous labor, the sweat and the blood. I closed my eyes so...

... about it or even hardly to think of it. What were we hoping for? The past would not return and the dead would not live again. Perhaps we were glad that we would be re-turning to the peaceful existence of the pre-war years? Hardly! Our great joy that day arose from the fact that we stood at a frontier, a frontier that marked the end of the darkest period of our life, and the beginning of a new, still...

... unknown period. And every one of us was hoping that this new period would fulfill the promise of the rainbow after the storm, would be bright, sunny, and happy. If anybody had asked us what we really expected, the majority would have expressed our common feeling very simply: "To hell with all that was before the war!" And every one of us knew exactly what had been before the war. I have witnessed many...

... the crowd, and went up to the two soldiers. She spoke to them in an agitated voice and tried to pull them by the sleeve. The soldiers looked at each other. Of course they must do as she asked: she was a mother. How many sons had she given for the sake of this sunny morning? The sons who were to have been her support and comfort in her old age had been taken from her. All through the war she had held...

... who was in Moscow on 9 May 1945, and who had gone through what every Russian had gone through during the years of the war, knows exactly what mass psychosis is. I have seen and experienced it only once in my life, and I am not likely to experience anything like it again. It was the discharge of a nervous-system accumulator, the discharge of a force that had been accumulating for years. Many did not...

... at last. The outbreak of war had initiated the process. The people regarded it with relief, as an opportunity to free themselves of the hated conditions of the existing regime. The curve of this feeling of relief gradually flattened as the people realized that their hopes had been disappointed. This was followed by a period of comparative stability, when the people were aware of only one thing: the...

... vanity of all hope. Then the process of charging the human accumulators began. Simultaneously with the growth of a negative attitude towards the external factor of the war a new hope was sown and began to strike root - the hope that a better future could be achieved by their own power, once the foreign enemy was defeated. At that point the external factor became their enemy. Driven by their hate for...

... the enemy and by their growing hope of a better future after the war, the people went through unimaginable difficulties. The Russians smashed the Germans out of their desire for vengeance, vengeance for the unfulfilled hopes, the shattered wishful thinking. But still stronger burned the guiding star of a new hope. They would never have fought in defense of the fatherland they had known before the...

... war. And at first they had no desire to fight, they hoped the Germans would bring them to the Promised Land. But then they turned and fought because they thought they saw the Promised Land on the other side. On 9 May 1945 the charge of the people's psychic accumulator had reached its culminating point, the overcharge was causing sparks to fly. And now came the discharge. No wonder Moscow lived as...

... mutual relations of peoples and nations, of states and governments, had been forged in the fires of war. Such historical cataclysms sweep political systems and states from the face of the earth, change the political map of the world. The war, which had now ended, must lead inevitably to a fundamental change in the Soviet system. With good reason had the Party and the government given the people clearly...

... to understand that, during the last years of the war? I glanced down at Valia out of the corner of my eye. "Why are you so quiet, Valia?" I asked. "What are you dreaming about?" "Oh, nothing," she replied. "I just feel a bit down, somehow. So long as the war was on one simply went on fighting. If you ever stopped to think about it, you only hoped that it might soon be ended. That end seemed so...

... confronted every one of us. She was afraid the hope that had kept us going all through the years of the war might vanish, and that then once more.... Through the dusk that was falling over the city the aluminum balloons of the barrage swam slowly into the sky. They were rising for the last time, to take part in the last victory salute. Searchlight batteries were posted all round the Kremlin; young girls in...

... distinguished themselves in the war had been recalled to Moscow during April. The choice fell chiefly on those who had most distinctions, orders, and medals to wear on their chests. On arrival in Moscow they were allocated to special units, and were issued with new dress uniforms, such as we had seen hitherto only in pictures. Special training for the parade went on for more than a month. The people of Moscow...

... in common: on the chest of each one burned the tokens of intrepidity and heroism, the orders and medals of the great patriotic war, the proofs of faithful war-service to the fatherland. At the head of each picked regiment marched the outstanding generals from the various fronts. Gray-blue uniforms, silver belts and swordbelts, lacquered boots. Gold on their buttons, their caps, their orders. The...

... would heal the wounds, we would begin a peaceful and happy life. We would begin a new life, and all would be better than before the war. There was much that we forgot in our consciousness of victory, as we looked hopefully to the future. An old, sturdy sergeant marched along with a weighty step. A real rock of a man. Thick whiskers, like those shown in the picture of the old-time Zaporozhe cossack...

... the war many quite young soldiers and officers had let their beards and whiskers grow. Before the war such liberties had been risky. A small beard was regarded as Trotskyist, a thick beard indicated a kulak, a long beard a priest. Then there were merchants' beards, archbishops' beards, and generals' beards. The position was just as bad in regard to mustaches. A small mustache was regarded as 'white...

...-guard', a bigger one suggested a Tsarist policeman. Over such superficial social distinctions one might find oneself behind bars! But today the old sergeant didn't know whether to be more proud of his orders or his whiskers. There had been great changes during the war years. Before the war, would anyone have dared even to mention the George Crosses of the Tsarist days? The chevaliers of the Cross of...

... again, weren't the bells ringing from their belfries? Before the war hundreds of thousands of priests had been liquidated as propagators of 'opium for the people'. Of those few that were left in freedom the Soviet people knew only one thing with certainty: they were agents of the Narcomvnudel. Every week, under cover of darkness, they slipped through the doors of the Narcomvnudel with reports on their...

... devices. But we show greater thought for the man. Freedom is granted him as an act of grace, which he must be thankful for, working to justify the 'trust'. Innumerable orders glittered on the Red Square. Many new decorations had been created during the war years. Even they had made their evolution backward. The rank-and-file Glory medals instituted in 1944, and the medal for 'Participation in the Great...

... Patriotic War 1941-1945,' were a direct borrowing from the black and orange ribbons of the Tsarist George Cross. New orders, the Ushakov and the Nakhimov, were instituted for admirals and captains in the navy, and medals similarly named for the sailors. The army generals were adorned with Suvorov and Kutuzov orders, the higher officers with the Alexander Nevsky and Bogdan Khmielnitzky orders. But the most...

... widely distributed of all was the Order of the Patriotic War. Not just any war, but the Patriotic War! And for marshals there was a special Victory order, made of gold, platinum, and diamonds, and worth 200, 000 gold rubles. Though they remained five-pointed, the stars of these orders were very similar to those issued by Katherine II. And there were Guards regiments again, Guards standards, and Guards...

... distinctions. But in pre-war days? God protects a man from letting the word 'Guards' slip out! The impersonal greeting, 'Good day, Comrade Colonel,' had been replaced by the official 'Zdravia Zhelayu' (I wish you health). And the gold epaulettes? In past days the worst charge an investigating officer of the Narcomvnudel could have made against anyone would have been to designate him a 'wearer of gold...

... Square. The drumming of their feet found an echo in my breast. To me, today, the army meant not simply military service: in the army I had first found my fatherland. Before the war I had lived in an illusory world of new concepts: communism, socialism, Soviet farms, collective farms. The papers had given me astronomical figures, fine words and slogans, talk of tractors and factories, new houses and...

... construction works. Nonetheless, like everybody else, in my own life I had experienced inhuman difficulties and privations, though I justified them all by reference to the necessities of 'the great upheaval'. But when the war broke out I saw all the wretched impotence of the world in which the Soviet man lived hypnotized by propaganda. Yet as it went on I recognized something greater, I recognized the nation...

... that had been created. The war stirred the country to its innermost depths, brought to the surface things that hitherto had been concealed in those depths. All the artificial trimmings were pushed into the background, and the true power, man, was restored to the foreground. The man as he really is. In blood and agony is man born; in blood and agony men learn to know one another. In the light of real...

... thoroughly convinced of the falsity of that which we had lived for in pre-war days. The victory parade thundered across the Red square. Dashing soldiers in blue overalls stuck their heads out of the open turrets of the heavy tanks. Proud of their gold epaulettes and their George ribbons, they signaled with their red flags, saluting the Kremlin walls and their leader. Generalissimo, today we greet you and...
... only two hours a day, and that not every day. I have pushed the table over close to the oven, where it is a little warmer. There's a terrible draught coming from the window, though I've stopped up all the cracks with wool..." No electricity! No coal for the stove! And this two years after the victorious close of the war. And in the heart of the Donietz Basin, the richest coal field in Europe. Yet it...

... is not suprising. Before the war the students at our Institute attended lectures all the winter in fur coats and fur caps. Our fingers froze, but we couldn't put our hands in our pockets because we had to take notes. The boiler for the central heating of the Novocherkassk Industrial Institute was intended to burn Donietz anthracite, but now it was fueled with useless shale. We were amazed when we...

... favor in this instance. Here were all the students freezing and suffering in silence, and one of them tried to get warm: counter-revolutionary agitation and undermining socialist economy! That sort of thing continued all through the years before the war. That was the system. The people simply got used to it and didn't even notice it. Now, after the war, the Germans were freezing in their unheated...

... the war, and I saw these so-called 'craftsmen', the young recruits to the Soviet proletariat. Soviet industry began to experience difficulty in getting new hands, because the Soviet youth were not prepared to become ordinary workers, so the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet issued a decree: 'On the mobilization for factory-works and crafts schools'. In these schools millions of adolescents between the...

... remember their names. And they were just as little interested in their further activities after they had gone. The workers knew that the stork brought them and the crow, the black N. K. V. D. prison van, took them away. During those war years a group of British sergeants and technicians worked at the Gorky Automobile Works, supervising the assembly of tanks sent to the U. S. S. R. under lend-lease. Of...

... all the experiences of the long war years: her hopes, her fears, her expectations and joys. "Granny!" I put my arms round her shoulders; I was afraid she would fall. We remained standing a long time, with her head pressed against my chest; she wept like a little child, but they were tears of joy. I gently stroked her back under her old flannel blouse. I felt her fragile bones, and was afraid my...

... water. A word or two on water. People in Moscow seriously believed that the American embassy received even water in cans from America. Probably this was due to the amount of grapefruit and other fruit juices the Americans drank from cans. After the war it was said that the Kremlin had provided itself with American foodstuffs for many five-year plans ahead. There was one time at the beginning of 1948...

... when all the shops in all the large Soviet cities were stocked to the ceiling with sacks of coffee beans. Before the war coffee in the bean had been a luxury article in the Soviet Union. But now all the empty shelves of the shops were stocked with sacks bearing foreign inscriptions in red paint. Coffee to be bought off the ration, at 500 rubles a kilo! At that time bread cost 150 rubles a kilo on the...

... war all the metal utensils in the U. S. S. R. were made from American cans. It will be many years before the Russians forget those cans with their labels: 'pork meat'. In an endeavor to diminish the effect of this propaganda by food conserves, the rumormongers of the N. K. V. D. spread stories that the Americans were canning the flesh of South American monkeys to send to the Soviet Union. "... Dear...

... later you found they were no longer holding out their hands: they were frozen corpses. People don't remember 1921 to any extent nowadays. It was followed by many other years, which have been fixed more definitely in the mind. 1921 was something quite elemental, the result of war and the post-war ruin. So it did not seem so terrible. 1926. The later years of the New Economic Policy. "The period of...

... course the N. K. V. D. rumormongers spread the story that Ribbentrop had brought to Moscow the photocopy of a document, which had been signed by fourteen foreign powers. These powers had offered Hitler aid if he attacked the U. S. S. R. Hitler preferred our friendship: we desire peace. But for that we have got to pay! 1941. War. Hunger passed into its final, perfected form. The ration-card system. No...

...-the same bread that caused the German prisoners of war to suffer from gastric ulcers and to die off like flies. One day I had called on the director of the Lenin radio factory, to discuss some business. A knock at the door interrupted our conversation. His secretary put in her head and reported: "Serdiukova is here; is she to come in or wait?" Serdiukova came nervously into the room. Her face was...

..., punishable under war legislation. You know what the punishment is for it." "I was ill, Comrade Director. I couldn't get out of bed," she answered in a hoarse voice. She shifted from foot to foot. A pool of water formed on the parquet; it was dripping off her boots. Absence from work without good reason involved the punishment of forced labor even in peacetime. In wartime it might bring ten years...

...' imprisonment, on a charge of sabotaging war industry. "Have you got a doctor's certificate?" the director asked. "No. I hadn't anyone to send for the doctor. As soon as I could get up I came to work." Serdiukova was one of those typical Russian women who uncomplainingly endure all the difficulties of life, who accept every-thing as inevitable, as sent from above. In this silent humility there is a kind of...

... were donating their blood. Frequently these letters marked the beginning of a correspondence and friendship. After the war there were quite a number of cases of the writers meeting and marrying: a marriage sealed in blood. In the center of the town of Gorky there is a square: 'The Square of the Victims of 1905.' One side of the square is bounded by the walls of an old prison, in which the heroes of...

... seemed like a personal insult. In pre-war days the students had been the morally cleanest and most spiritual group in society. Could one year of war have brought about such a change? "Don't talk bosh!" I retorted. "It's not bosh, it's the mournful truth. She lives in a hostel, in one room with five other friends. They have two or three visitors every night. Chiefly officers. Who has anything to spare...

... these days, apart from officers?" Before the war there was practically no prostitution in the Soviet Union. The average Soviet man's budget did not include this item of expenditure. There was only prostitution for political purposes, under N. K. V. D. protection, in the neighborhood of the Intourist hotels and restaurants and wherever foreigners congregated. And some commerce in human bodies went on...

..., to a small extent, among the higher circles of the new ruling class, who had the means to buy such articles. But now, during the war, hunger was driving women on to the street. Not for silk stockings, Parisian perfumes, or luxury articles. Only for bread or a can of preserves. And worst of all, the first victims were the students, who would form the future Soviet intellectual and professional...

... classes. They paid a high price for their higher education. Two old men, Nikanor and Peter, were employed in the constructional department of Factory No. 645. They had both been pensioned off long before, but hunger had driven them back to work, for they found it impossible to live on their pensions. At one time Nikanor had been a well-known engineer aircraft constructor. Before the First World War he...

... strategic necessity, or simply a question in which Stalin's prestige was involved? 'When one man dies, it is a tragedy; when millions die, it's only statistics.' Especially when the death of millions is contemplated from behind the Kremlin walls. Shortly before the end of the war I traveled back to Moscow from Leningrad by train. At every station, every wayside halt, crowds of ragged women were standing...

... own wife and children. They gained a momentary feeling of relief as they handed out their food, but they were left with a nagging sense of shame and bitterness. Can you feed a whole starving land with bits of bread? As the German prisoners return home from Russia they will doubtless tell of the desperately low food rations in the Soviet prisoner of war camps. And as they see it they will be...

... justified. By European standards the prisoner of war conditions were murderous, the soggy black bread was simply poison to a European digestive system. I myself have been in camps for German prisoners of war and have seen the conditions. But I can only ask: did the German prisoners notice that the Russian people on the farther side of the barbed wire were fed on even lower standards? Did any of them think...

... that these so-called 'Russian' conditions were the result of the Soviet system and that in due course they will flourish in Eastern Germany? Moscow. The last days of the war. A lively trade was going on in the city markets. Pale, exhausted women huddling in corners, a few knobs of sugar or one or two herrings in their extended hands. They were selling their meager ration in order to get milk or bread...

... for their children. Bread, bread! In all eyes was the same mute cry. The article that sold best - was the Russian homegrown tobacco called 'mahorka' - 15 rubles a glass. The markets swarmed with war-wounded, without legs, without arms, in front-line greatcoats and tunics, with red wound stripes on their chests. The militiamen turned a blind eye to these violators of the Soviet trade monopoly. If any...

... of them did try to take away one of the war-wounded, the air rang with indignant shouts: "What did he fight for?" "What did he shed his blood for?" His comrades came hurrying up, waving crutches and sticks. Berlin capitulated. A few days later all Germany unconditionally surrendered. People thought that things would be easier literally the very next day. That was the hope of people who had nothing...

... but their hopes. Now the first post-war year had passed, the second was drawing to its close, and we members of the Soviet occupation forces in Germany were reading our letters from home. As we read they acted on us like poison. Our bitterness was intensified by all that we saw around us. One day Andrei Kovtun and I were discussing the situation in Germany. Little by little the conversation turned...

... Committee? 'If the proletariat of other countries cannot achieve their own emancipation, we shall stretch out our hands to help them.' We know what that 'helping hand' means. What if all the promises of wartime are only unsecured bills of exchange? I didn't know what fear was during the war, but I do now. Yes, I'm afraid all right now." He was expressing the same thoughts and fears that possess the...

... exclusive achievement of the Soviet regime are colossal lies. We used to have our doubts, but now the doubts have been transformed into certainties, and we cannot fight them. We have come to the realization that we haven't started to live yet, that we have only continually made sacrifices for the sake of the future. Now our faith in that future is shattered. As the post-war situation develops we are...

... increasingly filled with alarm. What is it all leading to? In those early post-war years Berlin was the political center of the world. And we were sitting in the front rows at the chess tournament of international politics. More, we ourselves were pawns in the tournament play. The post-war experience showed that there was no basis whatever for the hopes and expectations which Russian soldiers and officers...

... possessed in the war years. And what now? "Politics is politics, but life is life." Andrei's voice sounded in my ears. "But what have we got out of life? The Germans are having a thin time at present, but they have a past they can recall, and they still have a hope of the future. They can at least hope that one day we shall clear out and they'll be able to live again. But what can we hope for... we...

... victors?" Two years had passed since the end of the war. Now our worst fears were being confirmed. Once more hunger was stalking our country, a still worse hunger than in wartime. Once more the Party had decided to take the people firmly in hand, had decided to make the people forget and turn from the illusory hopes which the Party itself had cleverly stimulated and encouraged in the critical period of...

... the war. The Party had once more decided to show the people who was the real master, and had summoned its first servant, famine, to its help. In past days famine had been an elemental disaster; today it is an instrument deliberately wielded by the Kremlin. A clock struck; I rose and looked round my room, at my feet, shod in leg-boots, at my blue breeches with their crimson stripes. My gaze passed...
...THE NAMELESS WAR - Capt. Ramsay's Statement From Prison to Parliament...

... Statement Statement Archibald Maule Ramsay The Nameless War Statement by Capt. Ramsay from Brixton Prison to the Speaker and Members of Parliament concerning his detention under Paragraph 18B of the Defence Regulations. All the particulars alleged as grounds for my detention are based on charges that my attitude and activities in opposition to Communism, Bolshevism, and the policy of organised...

..., Edinburgh, and elsewhere, entitling them frequently, "Red Wings Over Europe." This second phase lasted well into the Spanish Civil War. Recognising almost at once the guilt of the Comintern in the whole affair, down to the International Brigade, I attacked them continuously by a stream of questions in the House. The attitude of the entire British national Press at first amazed, and subsequently helped to...

... people in the Kingdom, appraising them of the true facts of the war in Spain, and urging Christians of all communities to join in combating the Godless Red Terror, that threatened Spain then, and thereafter all Europe, Britain included. A number of patriotic societies now began to co-operate regularly with me in this work against Bolshevism, including the National Citizens' Union, the British Empire...

... excluding the war which is still raging, and unless as above stated Bolshevism is nipped in the bud immediately it is bound to spread over Europe and the whole world in one form or another, as it is organized and worked by Jews, who have no nationality and whose one object it is to destroy for their own ends the existing order of things. The only manner in which this danger can be averted would be...

... operated and controlled by World Jewry, exactly on the lines laid down in the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, filed in the British Museum in 1906 (which had been reproduced soon after the last war by The Morning Post, and from which this newspaper never recovered). These Protocols are no forgery, and I and others could supply evidence to that effect that would convince any impartial Tribunal. At the...

... the paper following upon its having printed two or three articles giving what in Internationalist eyes had been a pro-Franco view of the Spanish War (in reality, the truth), the news was no great surprise to me. Could I find a buyer? I decided to approach a certain very wealthy and patriotic peer, the head of a great business. A mutual friend arranged an interview. On introduction I gave a survey of...

.... Within 24 hours the boycott was lifted all over the world. The consistent mis-reporting of important features in the Spanish Civil War had deeply impressed many M.P.s. They felt that a bias so extreme, so universal, and so consistent, always against Franco, indicated the existence of some deliberate plan, and though unwilling to agree my thesis, that the Jews were operating this control by various...

... activities. Mr. Cross was the Secretary, and the late duke of Wellington, President of the Liberty Restoration League, was the Chairman at most of the few meetings we held. The first object of the Right Club was to enlighten the Tory Party and clear it from any Jewish control. Organized Jewry was now clearly out for World War. The failure of their International Brigade in Spain, and the growing exposure of...

... themselves, and the consequent risk of total collapse of their plan rendered immediate war from their point of view imperative. In July 1939 I had an interview with the Prime Minister. I dealt with the Russian Revolution, and the part Jewry had played in it; and with the Spanish Revolution, prepared and carried out on similar lines by much the same people; with the subversive societies in Britain, and the...

... Press and news control existing in this country. I finally drew the Prime Minister's attention to the underground work that was going on with the object of overthrowing his peace policy and himself, and precipitating the war. Mr. chamberlain considered that charges of so grave and far-reaching a character would require very substantial documentary proof. I decided to collect documentary proof which...

... would make it possible for action to be taken. The outbreak of war enabled the Jews to give their activities the cloak of patriotism. Their press power enabled them to portray those opposing their designs and exposing them as pro-Nazi, and disloyal to Britain. The difficulty I was faced with was that while I was in duty bound to warn the country against the consequences of a policy influenced by...

... and Jewry", and some anti-Jewish stickers. This was with the idea of educating the public sufficiently to maintain the atmosphere in which the "phoney" war, as it was called, might be converted into an honourable negotiated peace. It was certainly not defeatist, as Jewish propaganda tried to make out. It was not we of the Right Club who were holding back from the fighting Services in this war, any...

... more than in that last; quite the contrary. I was determined to make further efforts to convince Mr. Chamberlain, and even perhaps the 1922 Committee, of the truth of my case, and thus avert total war, and commenced reinforcing the documentary evidence already in my possession.   By January 1940, I had details of nearly thirty subversive societies working on various revolutionary and corrosive lines...

... UNION. The list of supporters' names was startling. It might have been copied from the chart I had just completed. There could be no mistake as to the source of this scheme. Later, when this group became active, I put down the following questions: Captain Ramsay asked the Prime Minister whether he could assure the House that the creation of a Federal Union of the European States is not one of the war...

... and Orient Masonry will set up just such a regime after the Gentile States have been reduced by War and Revolutions to hewers of wood and drawers of water.)    Mr. Butler: I would rather leave my Hon. Friend's interpretation of this plan to him.   A virulent Press campaign was now in full swing to suppress "Anti-Semitic" views and activities by declaring that "Anti-Semitism" was pro-Nazi. Fearing...

... applied to organized propaganda may in practice be confined to such propaganda as is calculated to impede the war effort; and from that point of view I cannot recognize as relevant the distinction which My. Hon. and Gallant Friend seeks to draw. Captain Ramsay: while think my Right Hon. Friend for his reply, in view of the fact that he seems somewhat confused on this point, will he assure the House that...

... opposes some essential part of their designs, as for instance Mr. Chamberlain had done by adhering to his policy of pacification, and that in this case Mr. Chamberlain's fall would precipitate total war. I remembered that Mr. Lloyd George had said in the House of Commons, that if we were let in for a war over Poland without the help of Russia, we should be walking into a trap. We walked into that trap...

...THE NAMELESS WAR...
... in Berlin as long as they thought that a victorious Germany might set up the "Jewish homeland" in Palestine, and only transferred them when victory was seen to lie with the West. The Second War again bore out the truth of Mr. Wilson's stifled cry. It could not have begun at all without the complicity of the world-revolution in the onslaught of the new "madman in Berlin", and the...

... middle of Europe; Zionism had been armed to establish itself in Palestine by force; the "world-government", obviously the result which these two convergent forces were intended to produce, had been set up anew in embryo form, this time in New York. The war behind the war was the true one; it was fought to divert the arms, manpower and treasure of the West to these purposes. Through the...

... dissolving fog of war the shape of the great "design" first revealed by Weishaupt's paper, and exposed again in the Protocols, showed clear. When the war began the intention to abandon the unworkable "Mandate" and withdraw from Palestine, after ensuring the equitable representation of all parties there, was official British policy, approved by Parliament. The Zionists saw that no...

... British government, in any foreseeable future, could be brought to perform the actual deed of assassination: that is to say, to expel the Arabs from their own Palestine by arms. They set about to obtain arms for themselves under cover of the war. The war was hardly begun when Dr. Weizmann appeared in Mr. Churchill's office. Unknown to the general public, this remarkable man for thirty-three years 334...

... office after ten years as First Lord of the Admiralty, presumably should have been absorbed by the war at sea, but Dr. Weizmann was concerned with other things. He said, "after the war we would want to build up a state of three or four million Jews in Palestine" and states that Mr. Churchill replied, "Yes, indeed, I quite agree with that". Mr. Churchill, twelve months earlier, had...

... in appendices to his war memoirs. He became prime minister on May 10, 1940 as France collapsed and the British island stood alone, defended only by the remnant of its air forces and its navy; the army had been destroyed in France. On May 23 he instructed his Colonial Secretary, Lord Lloyd, that the British troops in Palestine should be withdrawn and "the Jews armed in their own defence and...

... recruitment of the greatest possible number of Jews in Palestine for the fighting services". He says that Mr. Churchill "consented to this programme". Lord Lloyd (like Sir William Robertson, Mr. Edwin Montagu and many others in the First War) fought hard to avert all this. He was pursued by the untimely fate which dogged many of the men who tried to do their duty in this matter: he died in...

... (as in the First War) he was nominally giving the British "war effort" the benefit of his scientific knowledge, on this occasion in the field of isoprene. He says he was "absorbed in the work", but he contrived to make himself free from it and, as he was Dr. Weizmann, no difficulties arose about crossing the Atlantic in wartime. The ground had been prepared for him in America...

... any who knew Dr. Weizmann would have expected. Before he left he "dropped in" at Ten Downing Street, where by 1942 he had been on dropping-in terms for nearly thirty years, to bid goodbye to Mr. Churchill's secretary, as he says. Not surprisingly, he saw Mr. Churchill, who said (according to Dr. Weizmann): "When the war is over, I would like to see Ibn Saud made lord of the Middle...

... own account) a different one: he said Mr. Churchill had assured him that "the end of the war would see a change 338 in the status of the Jewish National Home, and that the White Paper of 1939 would go". He describes this as Mr. Churchill's "plan" but it is not the message previously quoted, although it might depict Mr. Churchill's mind. What is significant is that Dr. Weizmann...

... Arabs". . That was the opposite of Mr. Churchill's envisaged "settlement" and was specific: it meant war against the Arabs and American support for such a war. Thereon Mr. Roosevelt merely "again assured me of his sympathies and of his desire to settle the problem". There is some mystery in this reserve of President Roosevelt in the matter of "the Arab problem" which...

... might have had important consequences had he not died, two years later, almost immediately after meeting Ibn Saoud. However, what he cautiously said and privately thought was no longer of vital importance in 1943, because the real decision had been taken. Behind the scenes, under cover of a war in Europe, arms were on their way to the Zionists, and this secret process was to determine the shape of the...
... account of the life of Nathan Rothschild II Disraeli was a mere tool of the Rothschilds Nathan Rothschild orders Disraeli to be baptized to penetrate the Church Disraeli was the Trojan Horse of Rothschilds Disraeli prepared England for a series of disastrous wars Benjamin Disraeli: masterspy for the Rothschilds International Socialism supported by the Rothschilds The First World War was fought to...

... establish Bolshevism in Russia "We are the 300" seize the City Hall in Paris The British Government is the camouflage Amschel sends for Weishaupt, a beggar at the time Inside accounts of the horrors of the french revolution Rise of dirt poor Napoleon orchestrated by Rothschilds War is the only way you can destroy the Church Disillusionment of Napoleon brought him down Napoleon did not want to...

... make war on Russia Bismarck was "made" by the Rothschilds Bismarck discloses "the high financial powers of europe" The division of the United States into two federations Russia provoked a peculiar hatred in the Rothschilds A much overlooked aspect of negro slavery in america Rothschild's hold over the British Government through extensive loans Nathan multiplies his capital 2,500 times in...

... sovereignty League of Nations, the first organized attempt at One World Government Wilson controlled by the Rothschilds through Mandel House "The most elaborate sham which history has yet perpetrated" The League Of Nations: an attempt to establish a one world government The International Socialism well entrenched in the United States First World War - a golden opportunity for establishment of Zionist state...

... war with Germany Edward Mandel House, Wilson's controller The Rothschilds establish a central bank in America Rothschilds establish control over South Africa's gold and diamond fields Queen Victoria was determined to have war Behind the government stood the banking families The U.S. constitution trampled by corrupt legislators in the pay of the Rothschilds The Federal Reserve system is the greatest...

... before the Bolshevik Revolution erupted, Schiff gave Lenin $20 million Lenin was but another valet of the Rothschilds Rothschilds held and exercised amazing power over nations Some opinions on the Rothschilds, their role in war, revolution and financial intrigues   Dr. John Coleman, author of The Committee of 300, tells how Mayer Amschel, the founder of the "Red Shield" dynasty acquired...

... is also about the present and the future. It will help to explain many of the events that perplex the ordinary people like the war in Iraq and the war threats against Iran.   Foreword The Rothschild family generally taken to mean the father and his five sons is truly a story of opportunity seized; a determined will to carry out its gains and its entry into a world of the aristocracy that did...

..., Jewish brokers are the back bone of the business. The movement of precious metals, diamonds and currency throughout the world has always been under Jewish control. We recite these facts as facts in themselves and not to in any way infer anything derogatory. The Jews themselves admit to this. When preparations were being made by Britain to wage war against Germany in 1910, the international Jewish...

... exploit to the full before moving their operation to London. Most of the fabric needed to make uniforms for the British Army and Navy originally came from Germany. Thanks to the "postal intelligence" provided by the Von Thurn and Taxis mail monopoly, the Rothschilds learned that war with Napoleon was imminent. Nathan was quickly dispatched to Germany to buy up all stocks of such cloth. When...

... prior to this date the coalition of bankers who bought great upset the campaign of Moscow and Waterloo - these are to remembered for the interference of Jews in our (French) national affairs... In 1815 France was condemned to pay 1,500 million francs in war indemnity became the prey of international financiers of Frankfurt, London and Vienna who became as one to exploit her calamity. James Rothschild...

... Nathan Rothschild and put out as fiction, but there is no history of the Rothschilds more accurate than this. Who was Disraeli? Disraeli was a mere tool of the Rothschilds In La Vielle France N-216, Bismarck said that Disraeli was a mere tool of the Rothschilds and that it was Disraeli and the Rothschilds who formulated the plan to dismember the United States through a massive Civil War. Disraeli was...

... the world safe for democracy" and fighting a "war to end all wars." I cannot go too far back in history, so let us begin with some of the most explosive upheavals to hit the world beginning with the 18th century and the personalities involved and then continue through to the 20th century. Limitations of space restrict to the more salient features of these events. Although there is no...

... to have motivated the Rothschilds to take indirect action to confront it at every opportunity. International Socialism supported by the Rothschilds One thing has emerged clearly from the past; every war fought since then has been for the advancement of International Socialism, of which the Rothschilds were avid supporters. It is stated in papers in the British Museum that the Rothschilds were...

...-nine and a half were between first cousins. [Ed: which would inevitably produce the degenerate offsprings according to Gregory Klimov.] From 1848 onward, the pace quickened. Marx established that all wars must be for the advancement of International Socialism and Lenin and Trotsky enshrined it in the Communist doctrine. The First World War was fought to establish Bolshevism in Russia The First World...

... War was fought to establish Bolshevism in Russia; to establish a "home for the Jews in Palestine", to destroy the Catholic Church and dismember Europe. The first attempt at One World Government was launched in the disguise of the League of Nations. The Second World War was fought to destroy Japan and Germany, to establish the USSR as a Communist world power and extend the reach of...

... Bolshevism over three quarters of the world. In the aftermath the United States was gulled into joining the next attempt at One World Government, the United Nations. The Second World War changed the make-up of the United States, which was forced by its large contingent of International Socialists in positions of power to wean itself from its Constitution and its Republican form of government, and take on...

... hands are seeking to destroy the peaceful relations between Russia and Japan. Japan does not want war. Certainly America does not want war. Why then, this perennial clamor that Japan is an enemy to be watched, distrusted, armed against, and finally fought? Rise of dirt poor Napoleon orchestrated by Rothschilds Of all of the historical figures in the past three centuries, none is better known than...

... "constructed" by Amschel was galling, but when Napoleon was brought to his attention, the whole work was shifted to him. The way it was to be accomplished was planned in the Mason lodges in Paris frequented by Talleyrand and in Frankfurt by Amschel. War is the only way you can destroy the Church It was Talleyrand who told Napoleon: War is the only way you can destroy the Church. This was...

... follow-on to the revolution, the role of the Illuminati and the Masons in his career, made him more and more angry. The awakening was slow to come, and painful, but once his mind was opened to the truth, Napoleon began to rebel against his controllers. In his work, History of Napoleon, G. Bussey says that Napoleon changed, lost his fierce desire for war and declared: Thank God I am at peace with the...

... can tell why Napoleon attacked Russia in 1812. Theories abound but none of substance. Alexander I said of the attack: "Napoleon waged war on me in the most odious fashion and has deceived me in the most treacherous manner." Napoleon did not want to make war on Russia For his part, Napoleon told General Gourgaud: I did not want to make war on Russia. Bassano and Champagny [Ministers of...

... Foreign Affairs] persuaded me that the note of Russia was meant as a declaration of war. I really thought that Russia wanted war. What were the real motives of the campaign in Russia? I do not know, possibly the Emperor himself did not know more than I did. The Rothschilds ruined Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. He was betrayed by Marshal Soult, a man he had befriended, but who was in the pay of the...

..., if not to chance, at least to circumstances which they themselves could not have foreseen. Bismarck discloses "the high financial powers of europe" Chapter 8 Bismarck certainly knew that the American Civil War was fomented by what he called "the High Financial Powers of Europe." This is confirmed in the remarkable account published by Conrad Siem in La Vielle France, N 216, in March 1921...

.... According to Siem, Bismarck talked with him in 1876 about the Civil War: The division of the United States into two federations The division of the United States into two federations was decided long before the Civil War by the High Financial Powers of Europe. Those bankers were afraid of the United States, if they remained in one block and as one nation would attain economical and financial independence...

... inheritance. (I wish to reiterate that the preparation for this work I encompassed ten months of intensive research on this particular subject work at the British Museum. The books from which sources are quoted, such as Talks With Napoleon at St. Helena and Propaganda in the Next War and the works of John Reeves - and many others mentioned may no longer be available). Russia provoked a peculiar hatred in...

... and devoted friendship. {Emperor Alexander - Mrs. de Choiseul-Guffress) According to Count Cherep-Spiridovich, Nathan Rothschild tried to instigate a revolution in Russia, but was unsuccessful, and Lionel confessed to Disraeli that it was prepared in Germany: "The chief agents of the James Rothschild III were mobilized against Tsar Nicholas I to provoke a war in the Crimea, but they were unable to...

... money-lending, in America as engaged in by the Rothschilds, I shall touch upon the question of slavery that has arisen in recent years. Some say that the descendants of the Negroes should be compensated for the hardship afflicted upon their forbears. It is an important issue given the fact, that the Rothschilds used slavery as an excuse to foment the American Civil War. The idea was said to have come...

... from Benjamin Disraeli, Lionel and James, who sat down to dinner after the wedding of Lionel's daughter for which all the Rothschilds had assembled in London. According to Count Cherep-Spiridovich: ... The Rothschilds started the American Civil War. Though disputes has existed since 1812 between the South and the North, the war might never had happened, but for the hidden hand of the Rothschilds. By...

... manipulating and inflaming passions the dispute became a cause for war even though the South was beginning to realize, that slavery was not an economic plus. Slavery should never have been allowed in the United States, but alas, it was. There are different kinds of slavery. In Europe, the poor lived in the slavery of abject poverty and degradation. In England and Ireland it was much the same story. The poor...

... for the war and for support by subsidies of half of the Continental Powers. (John Reeves, The Rothschilds, page 162) It would seem that even the Rothschilds could not believe their good fortune. The character, "Sidonia", created by Disraeli in his novel Coningsby and which was in fact based on Nathan Rothschild said: Can anything be more absurd than that a nation should apply to an...

... beginning in 1914 at Wellington House, London at the outbreak of the First World War. In charge of organizing a propaganda machine that would persuade a reluctant British people to look upon that war with Germany as necessary for the survival of the British way of life, was no easy task since at the time, the majority of the people had any desire for war with Germany, and there was staunch opposition to...

... remained untouched. As always before, the House of Rothschild emerged from the hazards of the war of 1870-1871 and the Paris Commune, financially unshaken and still the undisputed masters of Europe. Again the Rothschilds showed they were capable of switching their allegiance from the monarchy and bestowing it with equal devotion to the Third Republic. Alfonse Rothschild, of course, withdrew to Versailles...

... the old diet of the Germanic Confederation. If Prussia insisted on this union, war with Austria appeared inevitable. When a dispute arose from an appeal ... both powers mobilized and war seemed imminent. Tsar Nichols of Russia, irritated by the pseudo liberalism of the Prussian ruler sided with Austria, and Frederick William, who had been averse to war from the very outset, decided to beat a hasty...

... of citizenry. (Olivia Maria O'Grady, pages 344-347) It has been commented on many times in history that the average person in most countries has little or no time to spare to think beyond making a living, raising a family and holding down a job making these objectives possible, leaving little or no time to attend to politics or matters of economics or other vital issues, such as war and peace, that...

... of Versailles. The groundwork for the destruction of sovereignty throughout Christendom was well laid by the mastermind behind the Comite de Delagation Juives. Absolute sovereignty was restricted. As the basis for the Second World War 'the new and enlarged states' were compelled 'to assume an obligation to embody in a treaty with the principal Allied and Associated Powers, such provisions as might...

... not difficult to patch up a peace that may last until the generation which experienced the horrors of war has passed away... It is therefore comparatively easy to patch up a peace that may last for thirty years. What is difficult, however, is to draw up a peace which will not provoke a fresh struggle when those who have practical experience of war have passed away... You may strip Germany of her...

... it has been marked by the terrible sword of the Great War. The maintenance of peace will then depend upon there being no cause of exasperation constantly stirring up the spirit of patriotism, of justice, of fair play... Although Lloyd George made a valiant effort to see that justice was done for Germany, he failed, not for the want of trying, but because of the implacable forces of Internationalism...

... of Rothschild censorship also confirmed it: To the vital Ministry of the Interior, Premier Reynaud appointed energetic, 54-year old Georges Mandel, until then Minister of Colonies. This was no new job for the sharp-nosed stocky little Clemencist, who as the Tiger's chef de cabinet during the last war ran the country's domestic affairs and kept up civilian morale. Born Jeroboam Rothschild, Mandel...

..., surrounded by the Jewish financial fraternity, pushed hither and yon by the sinister Colonel House, and counseled by the Zionist Brandeis, imagined himself the great "peace maker' of all history. He was a historian who proved that he knew nothing about history. In the hands of the Jews, who used him for their own particular purposes, he plunged this country [the United States] into a disastrous war...

... without victory' and declared that he was plunging the United States into a 'war to end war' and to 'make the world safe for democracy.' History has been busy ever since underscoring the asininity of his double talk. Peace and victory came on November 11, 1918 and Wilson rushed to Paris where he lost both. (Olivia Maria O'Grady) This is perhaps a trifle hard on Wilson who was, after all surrounded and...

... hedged in by advisors: We can now properly appraise this treacherous criminal peace treaty, out of which has grown the present war (WWII). It was not Wilson who betrayed the German government by the promise of his Fourteen Points, nor Lloyd George who was false to the Arabs to induce them to enter the war; - it was Jeroboam Rothschild, Sir Philip Sassoon and Bernard Baruch. Wilson, Lloyd George and...

... World War II. Perhaps if we had joined the League of Nations there would be none, for we would be the subjects of the 'King Despot' who would rule us with an iron hand... Jeroboam Rothschild (Mandel) was a member of the Reynaud cabinet and resigned with him and fled with him when France refused to be merged into the British Empire, but decided instead to surrender. The people of France now appear to...

... yet perpetrated.' Under the pretense of writing a peace treaty with Germany this peace conference established Palestine as a home for the Jews and invested the British Government with a mandate for the government of the country. The Jews have been at war with the Arabs since and the situation has become so intolerable that the British Government sought to divide the country between the Jews and the...

... greatly feared by the Rothschilds-author) the Concert of Europe, and the Permanent Court of Arbitration. It had failed because the United States had refused to participate, and because humanity had not yet been reduced to its common denominator of mediocrity. 'Mother,' 'home,' 'the flag,' 'heaven' and 'God and Country' were still deeply rooted in the minds and hearts of the people. Another war, and...

... assimilated Jews such as Rabbi Stephen Wise... The breakthrough came during the early years of the war in Europe, when Brandeis became its leader. Brandeis was one of the most respected American lawyers, later a Justice of the Supreme Court. He was won over by Jacob de Haas, a British Zionist and close associate of Herzl, who had settled in America in 1901. Brandeis, in the words of other Zionist leaders...

..., more than any other single event, which made Zionism a political force. To be a Zionist had suddenly become respectable. (Pages 160,161) There are some very important statements in this extract from Laqueur's book. 1. Zionism was not the concern of the vast majority of American Jews. 2. The vast majority of American Jews were not much concerned with the war in Europe. 3. Brandeis was not a religious...

... by 1914 they had not made progress toward their goal, at least none worthy of mention. Zionism was no nearer to its often-stated goal of a Jewish State in Palestine than Herzl had been in 1897. First World War - a golden opportunity for establishment of Zionist state According to the Congressional Records and papers in the British Museum, plus the War Memoirs of Robert Lansing, the American...

... ambassador to London, and the writing of Ramsey McDonald, the First World War provided a golden opportunity for the furthering of the Herzl dream of a Zionist state in Palestine. Lansing pushed for America to enter WWI in 1915 and in pressuring Wilson, House, acting for the Rothschilds, joined him. Pressures on Wilson were enormous and the United States entered the war in Europe against the wishes of 87...

... at the end of the war. Does that sound extraordinary? Yes, it was and could only have been done with the backing of the Rothschilds. One such deception involved a letter from the Zionist leader, Sokolow, who designated another Zionist, a certain Sacher, to prepare a draft addressed to Balfour, that the reconstitution of Palestine as a Jewish state was one of its essential war aims. Having second...

... exactly did McDonald mean when he said: At the time we were encouraging the Jews to help us promising them that Palestine would be theirs. How were the Jews to help with the war? By providing men from Jewish countries to fight the Turks like the Arab did? No, it was nothing like that. The Zionists provided no manpower to help the British and the Arabs to fight the Turks. How did the Zionists help? They...

... persuaded the U.S. Congress to declare war on Germany against the wishes of 87% of the American people. For that, behind the backs of the Arabs and other Palestinian residents, whose antecedents had lived in Palestine for 7,000 years; the British, with U.S. complicity, promised Palestine to the Zionists although not remotely sanctioned to do so by any international law. Only a very few voices were raised...

... in protest over what Arnold Toynbee called "the calamity." Several writers, Olivia Maria O'Grady among them, joined in the protest against the Sykes Picot partitioning plan that led to the so-called Balfour Declaration: Balfour Declaration sham Throughout the war, England and her allies continuously proclaimed that they were fighting for world freedom. What kind of a freedom is contained...

... Arabs: If we won the war, the promises to the Arabs were dead paper. Yet the Arab inspiration was our main tool in winning the Eastern War. So I assured them that England kept her word in letter and in spirit. In this comfort they performed their fine things; but, of course, instead of being proud of what we did together, I was bitterly ashamed. Other voices added to what Lawrence had expressed as a...

... feeling of utter betrayal, among them, O'Grady: Colonel Lawrence had good reason to be ashamed. While the Arabs were fighting and dying for England, Britain's Foreign Minister, Arthur Balfour was bartering Palestine for a Jewish pledge to bring the United States into the war on England's side. In addition to this treachery, England and France, by the terms of the Sykes Picot Treaty agreed to divide the...

... Arab lands between them at the end of the war. I pondered for months over the statement of Toynbee, because Toynbee's background and affiliations made it highly unlikely that he would express feelings in the least bit critical of the Zionists or of his mentors, Rockefeller and Rothschild. According to documents in the War Office files (and copies in the British Museum) Toynbee was the protege of Lord...

... battle to drag America into the war in Europe. Though none of the claims of German brutality could be substantiated - nevertheless, the article was widely accepted as true. It was just the kind of justification Wilson needed from a Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, as the reason why America needed to send her sons to die in France "to make the world safe for democracy." We next hear of...

... origin. Since control of banking and finances are in the hands of the elite, they have been known to excite wars for economic gains. For instance, the international bankers reaped huge fortunes from the First World War. The Rothschilds gained enormous profits out of financing both sides of the American Civil War. There is also the Bertrand Russell theory, that wars diminish populations. In the eyes of...

... and their brilliant British leader, Colonel Thomas Edward Lawrence, best known as "Lawrence of Arabia." Professor Langer then goes back two years to October 31, 1914 and gives a full account of the geographical position of the Arabs, and what Britain did to try and snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in the War in the Middle East: Events preceding the Balfour Declaration text Lord...

... Arabs to make war on the Turks. On December 15, the British government recognized Hussein as king of the Hijaz, and all Arabs. It was largely in order to strengthen the Arab insurrection that Sir Archibald Murray, (commander in Egypt since March 19, 1916) decided on a cautious offensive in Sinai and Palestine. During all of these revisions and military actions, there was never once any mention...

... Arish, after building a railway and pipeline across the desert. On April 17-19 1917, the British were forced back by a combined force of Turks and Germans with heavy losses. June 28, Murray was replaced by Sir Edmund Allenby. On July 6 began the emergence of the spectacular war hero Colonel Thomas E. Lawrence, who galvanized the Arab movement and took Aqaba, thus beginning the brilliant thrusts...

... Brandeis, who held no government office and then submitted to Lionel Rothschild, who held no official position in the British government. (Maria O'Grady) The behind-the-scenes activities that went on are explained by Dr. Jacob de Haas, in his Biography of Justice Brandeis: A considerable number of drafts [of the Balfour Declaration] were made in London and transmitted to the United States through War...

... Office channels for the use of the American Zionist Political Committee. The American ascendancy in the war councils led the British to ask for President Wilson's consent and approval of the terminology of the declaration before its issuance. The draft that was cabled from government to government was handed to the Brandeis regime for its approval. After a most necessary revision, President Wilson...

..., the British War Office, all working to the benefit of the Zionists! What immense power do they wield! The Arab leaders or the people of Palestine not consulted in any way Again, there is no mention of Hussein, Lawrence, the Arab leaders or the people of Palestine being consulted in any way, nor does it appear that the United States Congress knew anything about the secret negotiations between the non...

...-American Government Brandeis committee and Lord Rothschild, Wilson and Balfour. Only the Zionists were consulted. Most students of Jewish intrigue suspected both the British and Jewish schemes and purpose behind the Balfour Declaration. Although the United States had been in the war for nearly seven months when the Declaration was made public, its significance as the factor that involved the United...

... February 7, 1936, Mr. Landman writes in part as follows: During the critical days of the war, in 1916, when the defection of Russia was imminent and Jewish opinion was generally anti-Russian, and hopes that Germany if victorious, would in certain circumstances give them Palestine, several attempts were made by the Allies to bring America into the War on their side. These attempts were unsuccessful. Mr...

.... George Picot, of the French Embassy in London and Gout of the Quai d'Orsay Eastern Section, who was at that time in close touch with the late Sir Mark Sykes, Cabinet Secretariat, took the opportunity of convincing the representatives of the British and French governments that the best and perhaps the only way to induce the American President to come into the War was to secure the co-operation of...

... Zionist Jewry by promising them Palestine. By so doing, the Allies would enlist and mobilize the hitherto unsuspected powerful force of Zionist Jewry in America, and elsewhere in favor of the Allies on a quid pro quo basis. At that time, President Wilson attached the greatest possible importance to the advice of Mr. Justice Brandeis. Sir Mark obtained permission of the War Cabinet to authorize Mr...

... 1916. This verbal agreement was made with the previous acquiescence and approval of not only the British, French, American and other Allied Governments, but also of the Arab leaders... As already explained elsewhere in detail Dr. Weitzman and Mr. Sokolow knew that Mr. James Malcolm came to them as the emissary of the British War Cabinet, which authorized him to say in their name that England would...

... give Palestine to the Jews in return for Zionist assistance, through Justice Brandeis in inducing the United States to come to the help of the Allies. Both Sir Mark Sykes and Mr. Malcolm informed the Arab representatives in London and Paris that without the assistance of the United States the prospects of any Arab State arising after the war were problematical, and that they must therefore agree that...

... "Arab representatives." That raises the question "why not?" As he mentions everyone else by name, why are the "Arab representatives" kept anonymous? What is abundantly clear is, that neither Lawrence or Hussein bin Ali were informed of what was going on, while they were risking their lives and the lives of their men in the war against Turkey, nor could any record be found...

... that these two men knew anything about the secret negotiations with the Zionists nor that they were asked to send their representatives in London and Paris. The Zionists were informed, but not the American people on whose backs the War was to be fought. "Perfidious albion" lives up to its reputation Chapter 16 In any event, like the ordinary American people, Lawrence and Hussein bin Ali...

... knew nothing about what Ramsey McDonald called "a triple deal" going on behind their backs. And when the time came for Wilson to drag America into the European conflict against the will of the vast majority, his enfeebled excuse was the war was a war "to make the world safe for democracy." The treason committed by Wilson lives on. Dr. Bella Dodd wrote in 1930 that so bad was the...

... Herring in his book And So To War sums up the price the U.S. had to pay to so that the Zionists might have Palestine: We paid for the war. We paid with the lives of 126,000 dead, of 234,300 mutilated and wounded. We paid with the dislocated lives of hundreds of thousands whom the war wrenched from their accustomed places in a peaceful world. We paid in the imponderable damage to our national morale...

... through the lashings of war hysteria. We paid with a period of economic confusion from which we have not yet escaped. The direct bill for the war reached the figure of fifty-five billions of dollars. The indirect bill can never be reckoned. And what was the quid pro-quo from the Zionists side? As far as I could ascertain it amounted to absolutely nothing. An interesting aside was the failure of Herzl to...

... sent to Palestine: Russian Jewry was divided in its attitude toward Zionism and a Jewish national home (a religious homeland) and would not have in any case have been able to keep Russia in the war. The Allies on the other hand, to put it somewhat crudely, would have won the war even if no promise to the Zionists had been made. What Laqueur was explaining, if somewhat obliquely, was the "deal...

..." the Zionists had struck with Balfour, namely, that if the Zionists could bring the United States into the war on the side of the allies, the British would establish a Jewish Homeland in Palestine in return. At a private meeting soon after the passage of the Balfour Declaration, when asked whether it had been his intention to make a bid for Jewish support in the war, Balfour snapped 'certainly...

... the Jews would be at the expense of the Arab and other non-Jewish populations of Palestine. He never explained what connections the bulk of the new settlers, coming as they did from Russia had with Palestine. According to Dr. Jacob de Haas, Balfour's altruistic protestations must be very much doubted because the real motive behind the Declaration was to get the United States to enter the war on the...

... side of the Allies. Confirmation of the true motives behind the Balfour Declaration came from another well-founded source, Congressional Record, April 25, 1939, pages 6597-6604, which reflects a speech made in the U.S. Senate by Senator Nye: There has been published in a series of works under the title "The Next War." One of the volumes in this series is entitled "Propaganda in the...

... Next War." This particular volume was written by one Sydney Rogerson. I have been unable to obtain any trace of his background; but the editor in chief of all of these works, including the one entitled "Propaganda in the Next War" is by a man whose name is recognized the world over as a authority in Great Britain. He is none other than Captain Liddell Hart, associated with the London...

... Times, a writer and military authority in Europe. I understand that this particular volume "Propaganda in the Next War", published last fall and placed in circulation, instead of having the circulation enlarged, now is suffering at the hands of those who desire to retire it from circulation. A few days ago I came on the floor of the Senate with the volume itself. I am sorry that I do not...

... have it with me today. I am told that it is the only copy of "Propaganda in the Next War" available in the United States. It can be had, I can borrow it against if there is any occasion for me to need it in the Senate, but it is no longer easy to obtain. I wish I had the entire work and that it could be read by every member of the Senate. The following are quotations from Propaganda in the...

... Next War: From time to time the issue of which side the United States would take hung in the balance and the final result was a credit to our profaned machine. There remain the Jews. It has been estimated that of the world's population of 15,000,000 no fewer than 5,000,000 are in the United States; 25 percent of the population of New York are Jews. During the Great War we bought off this huge Jewish...

... the war. There can likewise be no doubt about the fact that he was elected on that slogan. Why did he change his mind soon after the election ? Why did he make an arrangement with the British Government to help the Allies? That has been until now, an unexplained mystery. (Page 62) "Triple cross" decides fate of Palestine Chapter 17 Ramsey McDonald characterized the Balfour Declaration as...

... Declaration as a forgotten episode of the war. The American Supreme Court Justice went straight to Balfour. An added note: I emphasize the fact, that an American Supreme Justice journeyed to Palestine to admonish a British official, a Foreign Minister no less, and demanded that the Palestine Administration be reprimanded! Who had given the American non-official, non-representative of the U.S. Government...

... sympathizer, and Schiff later helped to bankroll the 1904-1905 Russo-Japan War, and the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. All were related to or affiliated with the Rothschilds. Most notably, Schiff was a Wall Street banker, who began his career in banking with the financial backing of the Rothschilds, whose creation he was. On March 19, 1920, the Treaty of Versailles came before the Senate for ratification...

... the sovereignty of the U.S. Constitution and as attempt at usurping of its powers. The vote was 49-35. Wilson declares the war with Germany For once, Colonel House and the Rothschilds were on the losing side. Wilson then did an extraordinary thing; he vetoed the joint resolution of Congress declaring the war with Germany at an end! At this point, it is necessary to retrace our footsteps: In the run...

...-up to World War I and Wilson's attempt to embroil America in it, angry voices were raised against Wilson and his administration. In fact, 87 percent of the American people were opposed to war, but could not prevail over the International Socialists and their international bankers. The Chicago Tribune was adamant and scathingly opposed to America's entry and declared that "Brandeis ruled the...

... White House by secret telephone." Cyrus D. Eaton stated: America dishonored itself by entering the World War, while in later years (1925) Captain H. Spencer, in his book, "Democracy or Shylockcracy", quoted a telegram in which Sir William Wisemen, President Wilson's British MI6 controller said: "Brandeis called Rothschild." Justice Dembitz Brandeis was undoubtedly under the...

... under the tutelage of the Rothschild Dynasty, perhaps some of the more important being: The rise of Napoleon I as the chosen Rothschild agent for toppling of the Monarchs of Europe; The fall of the Romanov Dynasty and the destruction of Christian Russia at the hands of the Bolshevik Communists; The Anglo-Boer War of genocide, a most important war at the turn of the 19th century that was swept under...

... fields in the world that resulted in the Anglo Boer War 1899-1903. In the 1830s the farmers at the Cape (known as Boers) moved into the vast, uninhabited hinterland in what became known as The Great Trek. They were angered by British interference in their lives, particularly the freeing of slaves. They overcame great hardships traveling a thousand miles in ox wagons often over rugged mountains, and...

... legitimate claim to the land whatsoever, a tactic they were to use again in Palestine in 1917. (The Balfour Declaration) Cecil Rhodes was the chief instigator of the Boer War. The fabulous gold fields of rich veins, which extended for 200 miles from East to West, was a glittering prize the Rothschilds were determined to acquire. Friction with Britain became endemic as the Boers refused to recognize Queen...

... Victoria's bogus claims to the Orange Free State and the Transvaal Republics. A clear provocation was the raid by 600 armed men under Starr Jameson in an attempt to overthrow the Boer Government of President Paul Kruger. It was a prelude to the Anglo-Boer War, which broke out in 1899, after the machinations of Rhodes to achieve the desired goals of the British Government to seize the gold and diamond...

... her unfounded claim to the new republics. War was inevitable after Victoria rejected the peace proposals of the God-fearing Paul Kruger. Queen Victoria was determined to have war Queen Victoria was determined to have war, and in 1899 the British Government sent the first contingents of troops, which by 1901 would reach the amazing strength of 400,000 men, this, to overcome a guerilla force that...

... the struggle, Rhodes kept his masters, the Rothschilds, fully briefed and carried out their instructions to the letter. Today, N.M. Rothschild still controls the gold trade from London. Rhodes operated in a period when the British Empire was the most powerful political, economic and military force in the world, yet the Boers were not afraid to take on the Empire in a war they knew they could not win...

... Black Nobility and the great banking families of those city-states. They were the masters of propaganda and have not lost their touch, which was their most successful weapon in the Boer War and the First and Second World Wars. Behind the government stood the banking families Behind the government stood the banking families, of which the Rothschild banks were the most powerful and influential. Some...

... disguised) ideal portrait of him... He brought about the enactment of the disabilities bill which permitted Jews to hold office in England. He advanced the British government the money for the Irish famine loan (about $40,000,000) and also for the Crimean War (about $80,000,000) and for twenty-four years he acted as the agent for the Russian government. He had a large share in the successful funding of...

... always involved in financing wars. Hymym Solomon (also known as Haim) was involved in financing the American Revolution. Seligman Brothers and Speyer and Company financed the North and Messrs Erlanger the South in the Civil War. More recently, in the great development of railway finance the firm of Kuhn, Loeb and Company has taken a prominent role. Although it does not say so in so many words, it is...

... Controllers of Nations gives a good accounting of the Rothschilds achievements: Little could Mayer have anticipated that his sons would in after years come to exercise such an unbounded sway that the peace of nations would depend on their nod; that the powerful control they exercised on the European money markets would enable them to pose as the arbiters of peace and war, since they could at their pleasure...

... our American institutions. These bankers took money out of this country to finance a war against Russia. They created a reign of terror in Russia with our money... They financed Trotsky's mass meetings of discontent and rebellion in New York. They paid Trotsky's passage from New York to Russia so that he might assist in the destruction of the Russian Empire. They fomented and instigated the Russian...

... Belgium that brought the United States into the First World War. Rothschilds acquire control of the Bank of England Having acquired control of the leading banks of Europe and having become the lenders of first resort to every government on the Continent and England, the Rothschilds then acquired control of the Bank of England. In order to hide this fact it was decreed that the names of the bank's...
... in the statements that the German atrocities have been largely directed against the Jews, they will not be. But it is obvious that the International-New-Deal-Peppers-and-Planners are counting on using Germany as the scape-goat to which to divert attention from the consolidation of their war gains. That in this country not less than America, the Managerial State—" All Power to the Official "—was...

... decided upon in 1931 if not long before, and organised in the sure and certain hope that a nice big war could be provoked and kept going while its position was buttressed " in war, or under threat of war " is so clear that only wilfulness or unfamiliarity with the facts can obscure it. We do not think we are likely to see a period of crude deflation on the cessation of hostilities, because the dog has...

... learnt that trick. But that both individual purchasing-power and individual freedom of initiative will be curtailed by every possible means, and there are many, is evidenced by the care with which " the threat of war " is being prepared to replace " war." And God wot, the threat of war is not far to seek." We quote this paragraph from The Social Crediter of a year ago because it provides for those...

... " unfamiliar with the facts " an excellent perspective of the past year's events. The military phase of the war ended with the terroristic demonstration of the atomic bomb; and it is clear in retrospect that hostilities were prolonged, despite the efforts of the Japanese, to enable the dropping of those bombs. On the conclusion of the military phase, the " threat of war " phase was substituted without so...

... much as a day's delay, and the " administrative adjustments " referred to by Lord Rothschild were set in train. During the war, arrangements were consolidated to ensure a condition of apparent world famine. We are indebted to an editorial from the London Sunday Express, reprinted in the Sydney Daily Telegraph of February 26, 1946, for a demonstration that the appearance is false. This article reports...

... that world stocks of wheat next June will be 2,000,000 tons more than in June, 1938. Elsewhere it has been reported that Argentina is burning grain in locomotives. Thus the " threat of war," plus artificial famine, provide the necessary background for the conversion of governments into dictatorships. In Eastern Europe the process is crude; totalitarian governments have been installed under the...

... guidance of Soviet Russian-trained Russian agents, and are backed by Russian arms. Thus in Jugoslavia Marshal Tito has been installed. Tito is a Josef Broz, or his double; there is some doubt. The real Broz, after early Communist activities in Jugoslavia, took part in the Spanish civil war, then returned to Moscow, where he received special training. In 1941 he returned to Jugoslavia as head of the...

... ground for the Socialist victory at the British General Elections. This achieved, the next step was taken. Without warning, American Lend-Lease supplies were cut off, precipitating an era of intensified austerity which could be held to justify the totalitarian measures of the new Government. A drive for exports took the place of the " period of crude deflation " which followed World War I. This is very...

... important. Industry has grown up from its beginnings to serve the multitudinous needs of individuals. But " export trade," like war, provides an over-riding objective. It provides a reason, an excuse, for the organisation of industry; and the organisation of industry implies the organisation of the community to serve it. The measures known collectively as Social Security are, in reality, nothing but the...

... international commitments and propaganda (" the threat of war "), the means of direct coercion are being steadily consolidated. Russia and its satellites are undeniably police-states. In Great Britain, the police forces have been centralised, the Ministry of Social Security—i.e., of central control of the individual—set up, and officials of various departments have been armed with powers of entering private...

... reagents. Discover and eliminate the impurity, and theory and practice coincide. This alien policy has been described and analysed by Major C. H. Douglas in his books The Big Idea, Programme for the Third World War, and The Brief for the Prosecution. It has, as its immediate objective, the elimination of the British Empire and its culture. To describe the situation very briefly: In addition to the...

... year after the end of the war, conditions in Great Britain are much worse than during the war. This means, not that Socialism has failed, but that it is succeeding. It is doing what its true authors intended it should do— reduce the people to a condition of penury and slavery. Politics and economics are both predominantly in the service of the secret Fourth Great Power. Now the operation of this...

... becoming an expert in foreign affairs, and soon should be able to realise that the Third World War is on the way. Marxist Strategy and Tactics The Russian Government is the exponent of a fairly highly elaborated dogma derived from a philosophy known as dialectical and historical materialism. The doctrines involved in this dogma have various origins and histories, but their modern expression began with...

... committed the crime of betraying the revolution, and who are rivals for the leadership of the proletariat. The appearance of these groups is only a demonstration of the progress of the general revolution, which, according to Lenin, would take some decades to run its course, during which the deepening crisis would be marked by depression, unemployment, and war, as well as by such "petty bourgeois...

... lot of the community, and increase the difficulties of the " petty-bourgeois " (compromising) Government. The recent Coal Report is striking evidence of the strategical success of tactics as applied to the coal industry. It must be admitted that the Marxist-Leninist theory appears to find practically complete confirmation in the state of the world. The end of the " Imperialist war " (into which...

... anticipated in Greece, and local tactics are being directed accordingly. France is highly unstable, and would detonate into revolution if fresh civil war could be promoted in Spain. The British Empire is distracted by " liberation movements in colonies and dependent countries " and by threats to Empire security as in Persia and Palestine. Financial Rules favouring Revolution can be changed There is, however...

... independence, and centralise all ownership in institutions themselves centralised under a World State. Misunderstanding of this situation at this stage only accelerates our progress to disaster. It must be realised that every effort is made to maintain the fiction of class-war on the one hand, and the threat of Russia as a great national power on the other. As a result, perfectly well-meaning, sincere and...

... able politicians constantly make the situation worse. Russia is not a " Great Power " in the national sense; she does not want war or territorial aggrandisement in the ordinary sense. Russia is a reservoir of strength and highly-trained personnel awaiting, expecting, and promoting revolution which she is prepared to back. Every intensification of the crisis brings the critical moment nearer; the...

... greater the confusion, the easier her task. Therefore the apparent threat of war aids her, and the confusion as to her policy—i.e., whether she just wants to secure her boundaries, or whether she is following Hitler's path of aggression—makes the situation more favourable for revolution. We can now put the whole jig-saw puzzle together. The responsible agents in the world are the men controlling the...

... Police State. Financial power has enabled them to secure control of all the main channels of publicity, especially the international news-agencies through which a bias can be imparted to the presentation of world news so as to intensify the crisis. During the war, they secured the setting up of UNRRA whose purpose is to restrict the distribution of food, and lead to famine in Europe. Through such...

... institutions as the London School of Economics and Political and Economic Planning, as well as the more frankly Socialist organisations, they have disseminated doctrines which have gradually resulted in the institution of a system of bureaucratic socialism in Great Britain which has strangled private initiative and paralysed recovery from the ravages of war, and transferred power from Parliament to a junta...

... concealed behind the bureaucracy. Europe has now been brought to near-detonation point. Its peoples are being driven to desperation by gross food-shortage, and lack of recovery from the desolation of war. Greece and France are in a highly unstable condition, and might be precipitated into revolution at any time. Whenever this happens, Russia is waiting to come to the assistance of the " victorious...

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