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“During the period between the 15th and 19th Century, new empires emerged and again waged war for supremacy. The nobility, as well as the thriving merchant class were financed by a handful of private banks. Many of the great money houses hedged their bets and financed both sides of the war. Sophisticated intelligence-gathering networks gave the financiers a clear edge over the governments they were slowly gaining control of.” – Alex Jones (Endgame)
Napoleon Bonaparte officially became Emperor of the French on Sunday, December 2nd, 1804, at the Norte Dame Cathedral in Paris, France. Napoleon literally crowned himself Emperor by putting the Crown of Charlemagne on his head. Napoleon’s empire nearly conquered all of Europe before it was stopped. Seventy million people fell under his rule at one point.
On June 14th, 1807, Napolean’s empirical force defeated Russia in the Battle of Friedland. The Tsar of Russia was pressured to sign a peace treaty, the Treaty of Tilsit, in order to avoid a French invasion. Nearly thirty thousand people died in total before the battle ended. That same year, on October 26th, the Russian Tsar declared war on Great Britain after an attack on Copenhagen.
Then in 1812, Napoleon’s forces attempted to invade Russia in order to force Tsar Alexander I to end trade relations with Great Britain. In the end, the Russian army was able to stop Bonaparte from reaching the capitol of Russia, St. Petersburg.
The Battle of Borodino, near Moscow, claimed over 70,000 lives on September 7th, 1812, before Napoleon’s French forces eventually won control of the battlefield. Even so, the French did not defeat the Russian army. As they did so many times before, the Russians would pick their battles using guerrilla tactics; retreat and regroup to fight again, stronger than before. The Russian’s tireless efforts eventually saved their country from falling into the hands of the French emperor. Napoleon entered Moscow on September 14th, 1812, but was unsuccessful at negotiating peace-talks with the Tsar of Russia.
While Russian forces regrouped in October, Napoleon, in need of food and supplies, was forced to retreat from Moscow entirely. The Russian Army went on the offensive, blocking the roads French troops hoped to use to resupply their forces. Napoleon then left his army and returned to Paris. The remaining French soldiers left Russia in December of 1812 and returned to French-controlled territory with about 27,000 soldiers; leaving close to 400,000 men dead, or missing, and another 100,00 captured by Russian forces.
It was around this time, in early 1813, that Nathan Rothschild, founder of the Rothschild banking family of England in 1789, became the main financier of the British war against the French. That war went on from 1804-1815. Field Marshal of the British Army at that time was Arthur Wellesley, better known as the Duke of Wellington. As a point of reference, Field Marshall was ranked higher than general.
The Rothschild bank provided Wellington’s army with funding all across Europe, to help the Field Marshall defeat Napoleon. In the final year of the war, 1815, the Rothschild bank provided huge lumps of subsidy loans to Britain’s continental allies. With the war between Britain and France raging to its conclusion, Nathan Rothschild was about to seize control over Great Britain, and by extension, the world.
In the documentary, Endgame, Alex Jones explained what happened on June 18th, 1815, “Agents of the British-arm of the Rothschild family looked on as Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte fought desperately to save his army from the jaws of a British-Prussian-Panzer attack. A Rothschild agent was able to get the news of Napoleon’s defeat at the hands of Lord Wellington to Nathan Rothschild a full twenty hours before the news reached London. Nathan, the head of the British-arm of the Rothschild family put out the rumor to the London Stock Exchange that Napoleon had won the war. Stocks plunged by 98%. Rothschild was then able to buy up the entire British economy, for pennies on the pound.”
Frederick Morton relays the story a little differently, suggesting that Rothschild did tell the British government about Napoleon’s defeat, “But his news was not believed,” wrote Morton. “Then he proceeded to the Stock Exchange.”
Regardless, Nathan Rothschild began selling off his consuls (British bonds). Others followed his lead and that caused the devaluation of stock exchange consuls. Rothschild then bought the consuls at the lowered rate, making a huge profit.
“When the news of Napoleon’s defeat finally arrived,” Alex Jones narrates in Endgame, “stocks soared.”
The British Empire instantly became the most powerful empire in the world, financed by the Rothschild bank of England. A November 27th, 1915 New York Times article places Nathan Rothschild in Paris when he learned privately that Napoleon had been defeated at Waterloo, “He posted to London in hot haste and arrived at the Stock Exchange next morning, worn, weary and travel stained.” At the Stock Exchange, the rumor going around was “Wellington had been worsened,” which of course would send stocks plummeting.
Frederick Morton wrote about whispers that “Rothschild knows. Waterloo is lost.” This suggests that through such rumors, Rothschild already had control over the “sway” of the London Stock Exchange. So if he indeed knew that Napoleon had lost at Waterloo, Rothschild also knew he could use it to his advantage.
The New York Times article also reported that Rothschild could have stopped the misinformation “with a single word announcing Napoleon’s defeat.” The article refers to a book, The Romance of the Rothschilds, written by Everleigh Nash, which also claimed Nathan Rothschild knowingly withheld news of Wellington’s victory at the battle of Waterloo to buy up as many devaluated consuls as he could.
“If you will look back at every war in Europe during the Nineteenth Century, you will see that they always ended with the establishment of a ‘balance of power.’ With every reshuffling there was a balance of power in a new grouping around the House of Rothschild in England, France, or Austria. They grouped nations so that if any king got out of line a war would break out and the war would be decided by which way the financing went.” – Professor Stuart Crane
The Rothschilds had a continental network of spies, double-agents, triple-agents, shippers and couriers transporting information, gold, and other resources across the greater Europe. The family’s empire has grown steadily since that time. In 1912, the Rothschilds tried to get a legal injunction against Eveleigh Nash’s book, which would stop the book from being published.
Under the heading, “Rothschilds Sue to Suppress Book,” a New York Times story explained that the judge dismissed the application for an injunction after hearing the Rothschild lawyer’s argument. It had been over a 100 years since Waterloo. Nathan Rothschild’s Waterloo coup can be found in your Encyclopedia Britannica.
A German produced play, “The Five Frankfurters” was also rumored to be nixed by the Rothschild family. This was a fictional play that seemed to mirror the story of the Rothschild family. Mayer had five sons and was born in the Judengasse (ghetto) of Frankfurt, Germany in 1744; Mayer was one of eight children. There were hurdles to jump through in getting a license for “The Five Frankfurters” play, which was a great success on opening night at the Lyric Theater in New York. The play was well-received, which left some baffled about its short existence in America.
By 1826 the Rothschild bank had essentially bailed out the Bank of England, no doubt further securing their place in the hierarchy of the British Empire. A centralized world government will require a centralized world bank. That could be why so many are clinging to the Federal Reserve System, despite all its clear failures. After all, this is not about peace in our time. This is about control for all time. As the Federal Reserve Bank controls United States currency, so too will a global centralized bank control the funds of a global empire. At least, that seems to be the plan for some.
The blueprints for the Federal Reserve System were created in 1910 at Jekyll Island. It was there in Glynn County, on an island off the coast of Georgia, where Senator Nelson Aldrich invited some of the world’s most powerful bankers to discuss and help shape the Monetary Commission Report. The Monetary Commission, chaired by Senator Nelson Aldrich, was created as a result of the Panic of 1907.
The “Panic of 1907” created a reason to create the Federal Reserve System. Also known as the Banker’s Panic, the New York Stock Exchange dropped nearly 50%, causing a run on the banks when everyone tried to get their money out at the same time. Nationwide, this forced some state and local banks into bankruptcy. As a result of the panic, financiers and special interest groups pushed for a central bank in the United States. In G. Edward Griffin’s book, The Creatures from Jekyll Island, Griffin points out that “it is the act of borrowing by the federal government that causes money to spring into existence.”
Historian Frederick Lewis Allen wrote in Life magazine about “certain chroniclers” who had concluded JP Morgan “interests took advantage of the unsettled conditions during the autumn of 1907 to precipitate the panic, guiding it shrewdly as it progressed so that it would kill off rival banks and consolidate the preeminence of the banks within the Morgan orbit.”
In short, the panic of 1907 created the excuse for a central banking system, the Federal Reserve Bank. What was decided at Jekyll Island was that a central banking system was needed to prevent a panic similar to the one in 1907. It is reported that every person who attended the Jekyll Island conference in 1910 agreed that a central bank was needed.
President Thomas Jefferson believed banking institutions were “more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around the banks will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.”
Frank Vanderlip, then-President of National City Bank, (owned by the Rockefellers) told the Sunday Evening Post in 1934, that at Jekyll Island, the Federal Reserve was created, “Near the close of 1910…I was as secretive – indeed, as furtive – as any conspirator…I do not feel it is any exaggeration to speak of our secret expedition to Jekyll Island as the occasion of the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal Reserve System…We were told to leave our last names behind us. We were told, further, that we should avoid dining together on the night of our departure. We were instructed to come one at a time and as unobtrusively as possible to the railroad terminal on the New Jersey littoral of the Hudson, where Senator Aldrich’s private car would be in readiness, attached to the rear end of a train for the South…Once aboard the private car we began to observe the taboo that had been fixed on last names.” If they were discovered by the media and the public “all our time and effort would be wasted.”
In a quote from his memoirs, Frank Vanderlip again wrote about the secrecy of the 1910 Jekyll Island conference. Mr. Vanderlip stated the “secret expedition to Jekyll Island” was “the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal Reserve System.”
The Monetary Commission Report suggested a central government be created in the name of a regional reserve, with the New York branch at the head of the system. What came from the Monetary Commission Report, created at Jekyll Island, turned into the Aldrich Bill. With Aldrich’s name on the bill, it was doomed to fail. His ties to J.P. Morgan and John D. Rockefeller II would put an end to the Aldrich Bill, temporarily. The bill would return in another form known as the Federal Reserve Act.
Years later, Vanderlip would admit that the central government plan created at Jekyll Island was essentially the same as what was signed into law December 22nd, 1913, as the Federal Reserve Act.1 The Federal Reserve Act passed both the House (298-60) and Senate (43-25) with ease.
Following the vote, Congressman Charles A. Lindbergh Sr. observed, “The new law will create inflation whenever the trusts want inflation.”
Thomas Jefferson believed that “a government big enough to give you everything you want, is big enough to take away everything you have.”
“Paper is not money. It can’t be money. It’s only money because we’re forced to use it and because there’s a residual thrust into pieces of paper that we carry around because at one time it did have real value.” – Ron Paul (1983)
The Federal Reserve System
The Federal Reserve System: Purposes and Functions, written by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (published in 1939) states that “the primary function” of the system “is to regulate the flow of bank credit and money.” This little 300 page book explains that “all principle nations” have central banks that “perform functions corresponding to those of the Federal Reserve System.”
England’s equivalent to the Federal Reserve System is the Bank of England, which has been around since 1694 and is considered the second oldest central bank in the world. Likewise, France has the Banque of France, created under Napoleon on January 18th, 1800. The Bank of Canada is also mentioned as a central bank that functions like the Federal Reserve. After the bank panic of 1907, the time was ripe for proponents of a centralized bank in America to push their agenda; under the guise of saving America from a similar panic in the future and preventing the dreaded “money crisis.”
So that same year, the National Monetary Commission to determine what should be done.” The members of the monetary commission weren’t the only folks involved in the creation of America’s semi-private central bank. The twelve regional banks of the Federal Reserve were “coordinated by a board of governors in Washington.” The Federal Reserve System was created to “foster a flow of credit and money that will facilitate orderly economic growth, a stable dollar, and long-run balance in our international payments…the Federal Reserve, through its influence on credit and money, affects indirectly every phase of American enterprise and commerce and every person in the United States.”
“The greatest danger when we accept the notion that the government’s supposed to take care of us from cradle to grave, that we’re supposed to be the policemen of the world, is that ultimately it’s done at the expense of personal liberty.” – Ron Paul (1/31/12)
In his book Tragedy and Hope, Carol Quigley bragged about a “network” he “studied for twenty years,” whose soul purpose was to “create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole.” Globalism was blooming.
The “network” Quigley wrote about envisioned a world where every person’s “freedom and choice will be controlled within very narrow alternatives by the fact that he will be numbered from birth and followed, as a number, through his educational training, his required military or other public service, his tax contributions, his health and medical requirements, and his final retirement and death benefits.” Ever wonder if the government has an app for all of that today?
“Where Jefferson had feared the encroachment of political power on the lives of individuals, Wilson knew that the new power was financial. He saw, in the highly centralized economic system, the despot of the twentieth century, on whom great masses of individuals relied for their safety and their livelihood, and whose irresponsibility and greed (if it were not controlled) would reduce them to starvation and penury.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt (Looking Forward)
Looking Forward was written by Frankin D. Roosevelt, and published in March of 1933. The book was a combination of articles written and speeches given by Franklin Roosevelt before March 1st, 1933.
In the book, Roosevelt mentioned a “careful study” conducted to understand “the concentration of business in America.” The study led Roosevelt to conclude the following, “Our economic life was dominated by some six hundred odd corporations who controlled two-thirds of American industry. Ten million small business men divided the other third.” (pg.15)
President Roosevelt also warned that the country was “steering a steady course toward economic oligarchy, if we are not there already.”
“As I see it,” Roosevelt continued, “the task of government in its relation to business is to assist the development of an economic constitutional order. This is the common task of statesmen and business men. It is the minimum requirement of a more permanent safe order of society. Happily, the times indicate that to create such an order is not only the proper policy of government but is the only line of safety for our economic structure as well…The task of statesman-ship has always been the redefinition of these rights in terms of a changing and growing social order. New conditions impose new requirements upon government and those who conduct government.”
“No man can deny that the lines of endeavor have more and more narrowed and stiffened; no man who knows anything about the development of industry in this country can have failed to observe that larger kinds of credit are more and more difficult to obtain unless you obtain them upon terms of uniting your efforts with those who already control the industry of the country, and nobody can fail to observe that every man who tries to set himself up in competition with any process of manufacture which has taken place under the control of large combinations of capitol will presently find himself either squeezed out or obliged to sell and allow himself to be absorbed.” – Woodrow Wilson (during his Presidential campaign)
The first bank of the United States was created in 1791, during the Revolutionary War against the British Empire. Chartered by the U.S. Congress, it was created to handle the finances of the newly created United States. Instantly, there were fears that a central bank would split the nation, perhaps just as some had hoped. Since the southern states saw no need for a central bank, they were suspicious of the proposed creation.
Their suspicions were put to rest when the charter expired in 1811. The United States House of Representatives’ bill to re-charter the bank was struck down by one vote, in January of 1811. In 1816, President Madison created the second bank of the United States, citing war debts from the war with the British in 1812. These actions set the precedent for the future of centralized banking.
President Thomas Jefferson was convinced that “most bad government results from too much government.”
The Federal Reserve was supposed to stop a great depression from happening. It did not. It was supposed to keep the country out of debt. It did not. Under the Constitution of the United States, the Treasury Department is supposed to control the issuance of currency. Today, it does not.
“The purpose of all government should be the protection of individual liberty for each and every one of us…We need to repeal the Patriot Act. We need to repeal the provision that the President has the authority to assassinate American citizens without trial…repeal the provision that says the President can use the Military to arrest any American citizen and deny them a trial…Very simply, the answer is send only people to Washington, send only people to the White House that know, and understand, and read the Constitution and enforce the Constitution.” – Ron Paul (1/31/12)
“It is incumbent on every generation to pay its own debts as it goes. A principle which if acted on would save one-half the wars of the world.” – Thomas Jefferson
“I think when people take money from you and give it to somebody else, that’s equivalent to stealing from you. I don’t want to take any of your money. I want you to invest it and create jobs…who gets all the benefits when you run a system…where you’re pretending to redistribute wealth? You serve the special interest and the powerful corporations. Then when you get into trouble who gets bailed out? They get bailed out, Wall Street, the banks get bailed out, and who gets stuck? It’s the tax payers.” – Ron Paul (2008)
House Resolution 198 was introduced to Congress by U.S. Representative Samuel Dickstein on January 3rd, 1934 and passed on March 20th of that same year. The resolution authorized the Speaker of the House to create The Special Committee on Un-American Activities. The seven member committee was tasked with investigating Nazi propaganda activities inside the United States.2
Included in the investigation was testimony from Major General Smedley Butler. Major General Butler testified he was asked to lead a group of super soldiers and remove President Franklin Roosevelt from the office of the President of the United States. Instead of joining in the coup, the general devised a plan to expose the conspirators of the plot.
“I appeared before the congressional committee, the highest representation of the American people under subpoena, to tell what I knew of activities which I believed might lead to an attempt to set up a fascist dictatorship…I was deposed to lead an organization of 500,000 men, which would be able to take over the functions of government.” – Major General Smedley Butler
The request to lead Super Soldiers began when Major General Butler received a telephone call from “Jack” in Washington, D.C., sometime around July 1st of 1933. Jack was a member of the American Legion who wanted Butler to meet with two of his fellow legionnaires, General Jerry MacGuire and William Doyle. Butler agreed and hours later, MacGuire and Doyle arrived at his home in Newton, Pennsylvania.
“They were absolute strangers,” Butler said of Doyle and MacGuire.3
The two men wanted Butler to become “a candidate for national commander of the American Legion at its convention at Chicago to be held in October [of] 1933.” MacGuire wanted Butler to give a speech at the Legion Convention “urging a resolution, the import being that the United States return to the Gold Standard.”
“I don’t know a damn thing about Gold,” Butler told MacGuire.4
According to what Butler told the committee, MacGuire’s plan was to “gather 200 or 300 men and pay their expenses to the Chicago Convention” and then “have these men recognize Butler and demand that he make a speech…on behalf of the gold standard, which he says had been handed to him.”5
“They were very desirous,” Butler told the committee, “of unseating the royal family in control of the American Legion at the convention to be held in Chicago, and very anxious to have me take part in it.”
“They presented to me rather a confused picture,” Butler continued, “and I could not make up my mind exactly what they wanted me to do or what their objective was, but it had something to do with weakening the influence of the administration with the soldiers.” 6
Then in September of 1933, both Butler and MacGuire were in Newark, New Jersey, for the reunion of the Twenty-ninth Infantry Division of the United States Army. The reunion lasted two days, between September 16th and 17th. On Sunday the 17th, MacGuire walked into Butler’s hotel room wanting to know if Butler had reconsidered the request to go to the Chicago convention.
“No,” Butler told MacGuire, “I am not going to Chicago.”
Butler, a former police officer in Philadelphia, was trying to learn more about the plot, “You people are bluffing. You have not got any money.”
MacGuire then threw $18,000 in thousand dollar bills onto the bed in response. “What’s all this?” Butler asked.
“This is for you,” MacGuire responded, “for expenses. You will need some money to pay them.”
Butler knew if he tried to cash a thousand dollar bill MacGuire would “have me by the neck.”
“Somebody is using you,” Butler then told MacGuire. “You are a wounded man. You are a bluejacket. You have got a silverplate in your head. I looked you up. You were wounded. You are being used by somebody, and I want to know the fellows who are using you. I am not going to talk to you any more. You are only an agent. I want some of the principals.”
“Well,” MacGuire responded, “I will send one of them over to see you.”
A week later, Robert Sterling Clark arrived at Butler’s house. Clark urged Butler to make the speech in Chicago. Butler already knew of Clark. “He was never taken seriously by anybody but he had a lot of money,” Butler testified before the committee. Clark was referred to by some as the “Millionaire Lieutenant.”7
Clark claimed he paid for the speech given to Butler. “That speech cost a lot of money,” Clark reportedly told Butler.
The writing was a “big-business speech,” according to Butler. “There is something funny about that speech, Mr. Clark.”8
“I have got one interest,” Butler continued to tell Clark, “and that is the maintenance of a democracy. That is the only thing. I took an oath to sustain the democracy, and that is what I am going to do and nothing else. I am not going to get these soldiers marching around and stirred up over the gold standard.”
“You are just working them,” Butler continued to tell Clark, “using them, just as they have been used right along, and I am going to be one of those to see that they do not use them anymore except to maintain a democracy.”9
“You understand just how we are fixed,” Clark told Butler during their meeting. “I have got 30 million dollars and I don’t want to lose it. I am willing to spend half of the 30 million to save the other half. If you go out and make this speech in Chicago, I am certain that they will adopt the resolution and that will be one step toward the return to gold, to have soldiers stand up for it.” Butler again turned them down.10
Shortly after that meeting, in November of 1933, Butler coincidentally ran into MacGuire at a New York train station. MacGuire “seemed to know just where I was going,” Butler testified, “and he said he wanted to go with me, and he did.”11
Butler told MacGuire, “I believe that sooner or later we are going to have a showdown, because I have had so many invitations to head societies and to join societies, all of them with a camouflaged patriotic intent. They are rackets, all of them.” Butler believed MacGuire had “some reason for getting at these soldiers other than to maintain a democracy.”12
Butler also believed MacGuire was using Clark to fund the plans “by frightening” Clark about losing his $30 million dollars.13 Butler thought MacGuire was being used by Murphy.
MacGuire came back to Philadelphia and met with Butler at the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel. MacGuire had recently returned from Europe and was eager to share his findings with Butler.
According to Butler’s testimony, MacGuire “went abroad to study the part that the veterans play in the various governments over there…he had been in France, where he found just exactly the organization that we ought to have in this country and called it an organization of super-soldiers…this French super organization was composed of about 500,000 men, and that each one of them was the leader of 10 others, and that that was the kind of an organization that we should have in the United States.”14
MacGuire tried to assure Butler, “We want to support the President.”
“The President doesn’t need the support of that kind of an organization,” Butler responded.15
“We have the President with us now,” MacGuire continued. “He has got to have more money. There is no more money to give him. Eighty percent of the money now is in Government bonds and he cannot keep this racket up much longer. He has got to do something about it. He has either got to get more money out of us or he has got to change the method of financing the government and we are going to see to it that he isn’t going to change that method.”
Butler then asked if “the idea of this great group of soldiers was to frighten President Roosevelt.”
“No, no, no,” MacGuire responded, “not to frighten him. This is to sustain him when others assault him.” MacGuire then asked if Butler would be interested in heading this “super organization.”
“I am greatly interested in it,” Butler replied, “because you know, Jerry, my interest, my one hobby, is maintaining a democracy. If you get these 500,000 soldiers advocating anything smelling of fascism, I am going to get 500,000 more and lick the hell out of you, and we will have a real war right at home.”16
“We have got the newspapers,” MacGuire told Butler. “We will start a campaign that the President’s health is failing. Everybody can tell that by looking at him, and the dumb American people will fall for it in a second.”17
On September 13th, 1934, Paul French, reporter for the Philadelphia Record and the New York Evening Post, met with Jerry MacGuire on the twelfth floor of 52 Broadway, at the offices of Grayson M.-P. Murphy & Company in New York City. Paul French stated MacGuire told him, “We need a fascist government in this country to save the Nation from the Communists who want to tear it down and wreck all that we have built in America. The only men who have patriotism to do it are the soldiers and Smedley Butler is the ideal leader. He could organize one million men over night.”
MacGuire also told French, “We might go along with Roosevelt and then do with him what Mussolini did with the King of Italy.” MacGuire was counting on half of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars members to follow Butler’s lead.18
When MacGuire appeared before the House committee he denied Butler’s allegations. Repeatedly, MacGuire simply answered questions with, “It is too far back” or “I don’t recall.”
Still, according to the Committee’s records, there was no doubt about the money flowing through Jerry MacGuire’s hands, “From the foregoing it can readily be seen that in addition to the $30,000 which Clark gave MacGuire for the Sound Money Committee that he produced approximately $75,000 more, which MacGuire reluctantly admitted on being confronted with the evidence…this still stands unexplained…as the evidence stands, it calls for an explanation that the committee has been unable to obtain from Mr. MacGuire.”19
The Congressional committee’s final report was publicly released on November 26th, 1934:
“In the last few weeks of the committee’s official life it received evidence showing that certain persons had made an attempt to establish a fascist organization in this country. No evidence was presented and this committee had none to show a connection between this effort and any fascist activity of any European country. There is no question that these attempts were discussed, were planned, and might have been placed in execution when and if the financial backers deemed it expedient.
This committee received evidence from Maj. Gen Smedley D. Butler (retired), twice decorated by the Congress of the United States. He testified before the committee as to conversations with one Gerald C. MacGuire in which the latter is alleged to have suggested the formation of a fascist army under the leadership of General Butler.
MacGuire denied these allegations under oath, but your committee was able to verify all the pertinent statements made by General Butler, with the exception of the direct statement suggesting the creation of the organization.
This, however, was corroborated in the correspondence of MacGuire with his principal, Robert Sterling Clark, of New York City, while MacGuire was abroad studying the various forms of veterans organizations of Fascist character.”
The Military Industrial Complex
In 1935, General Butler told Common Sense magazine his story of spending “thirty-three years and four months in active military service and during that period I spent most of my time as a high class thug for Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism. I helped make Mexico and especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914.” The Military Industrial Complex was moving ahead with their global domination schemes.
“I helped make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to collect revenues in. I helped in the raping of half a dozen Central American republics for the benefit of Wall Street. I helped purify Nicaragua for the International Banking House of Brown Brothers in 1902–1912. I brought light to the Dominican Republic for the American sugar interests in 1916. I helped make Honduras right for the American fruit companies in 1903. In China in 1927 I helped see to it that Standard Oil went on its way unmolested.” – Maj. Gen. Butler (Common Sense)
John D. Rockefeller was the founder, chairman and senior shareholder of Standard Oil, created in 1870. “Looking back on it,” Butler continued, “I might have given Al Capone a few hints. The best he could do was to operate his racket in three districts. I operated on three continents.”
In a letter written to President Franklin Roosevelt in 1936, U.S. Ambassador to Germany William Dodd expressed his concern about a shadow force that threatened the existence of the United Stated. In the letter, Dodd told the President, “A clique of U.S. industrialists is hell-bent to bring a fascist state to supplant our democratic government and is working closely with the fascist regime in Germany and Italy. I have had plenty of opportunity in my post in Berlin to witness how close some of our American ruling families are to the Nazi regime…A prominent executive of one of the largest corporations, told me point blank that he would be ready to take definite action to bring fascism into America if President Roosevelt continued his progressive policies. Certain American industrialists had a great deal to do with bringing fascist regimes into being in both Germany and Italy. They extended aid to help Fascism occupy the seat of power, and they are helping to keep it there. Propagandists for fascist groups try to dismiss the fascist scare. We should be aware of the symptoms. When industrialists ignore laws designed for social and economic progress they will seek recourse to a fascist state when the institutions of our government compel them to comply with the provisions.”
Former Chief of Special Operations for the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the Kennedy administration, L. Fletcher Prouty described the New World Order as a “one world growth of a power elite of international bankers and industrial giants who totally disregard the sovereignty of nations and the individual rights of man.”
In his book, With No Apologies, former U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater explained how his view of sovereignty conflicted with Governor Nelson Rockefeller’s view of a new political order. “The implications in Governor Rockefeller’s presentation,” wrote Allen, “have become concrete proposals advanced by David Rockefeller’s newest international cabal, the Trilateral Commission. Whereas the Council on Foreign Relations is distinctly national in membership, the Trilateral Commission is international…It is intended to be the vehicle for multinational consolidation of the commercial and banking interests by seizing control of the political government of the United States. Zbigniew Brzezinski and David Rockefeller screened and selected every individual who was invited to participate in shaping and administering the proposed new world order.”
Goldwater further explained what the Trilaterals wanted, as instructed by David Rockefeller, “What the Trilaterals truly intend is the creation of a worldwide economic power superior to the political governments of the national-states involved…As managers and creators of the system they will rule the future.”
Nelson Rockefeller, vice-president under President Gerald Ford, was groomed to hold the highest office in the United States. Rockefeller had been an advocate of “interdependence of nations” under the guise of take from the rich and give to the poor.
In 1962, Senator Barry Goldwater spoke about Nelson Rockefeller’s interdependence of nations, “We are dependent on other nations for raw materials and for markets. It is necessary to have defense alliances with other nations in order to balance the military power of those who would destroy us. Where I differ from Rockefeller is in the suggestion that to achieve this new federalism, the United States must submerge its national identity and surrender substantial matters of sovereignty to a new political order.”
“For some time I have been disturbed by the way the CIA has been diverted from its original assignment. It has become an operational and at times a policy-making arm of the government…I never had any thought that when I set up the CIA that it would be injected into peacetime cloak and dagger operations.” – President Harry Truman (December 22nd, 1963)
In chapter twenty-four of Bill Clinton’s book, My Life, he wrote, “I ended 1987 with my third speech of the decade at the Florida Democratic convention…I told the Florida Democrats, “We have to do nothing less than create a new world economic order and secure the place of the American people within it.”
John Perkins talks extensively about the impact of globalization in his book, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man. Creating a new world economic order means taking the resources of other countries, mostly smaller ones, and using those resources for the benefit of the Global World Order.
In his book Liberty Defined, Ron Paul stated it was “preposterous” for anyone to think that the United States could “cut government and maintain the empire” at the same time. Paul understood that “an empire, which requires perpetual war and preparation for war, is incompatible with a free society.”
In The Rockefeller File, Gary Allen explained how by 1976 the Rockefellers controlled “37 of the nation’s top 100 industrials, 9 of the top 20 transportation firms, the nation’s number one utility, 3 of the 4 largest insurance companies, plus scores of smaller companies engaged in manufacturing, distribution, retail sales, loans, or investments.”
The Bilderberg Group
The first Bilderberg Group meeting took place in 1954. Orchestrated by Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, at his Bilderberg hotel in Oosterbeek, Holland, the list of attendees included a young banker named David Rockefeller. The Rockefeller name is everywhere. The problem a lot of Americans have with the Bilderbergers, including myself, is that the American representatives are meeting there annually to set national and world policy, which is illegal in the United States.
Under the 1799 Logan Act, it is treasonous for unauthorized United States citizens to negotiate with foreign governments: “Any citizen of the United States, wherever he may be, who, without authority of the United States, directly or indirectly commences or carries on any correspondence or intercourse with any foreign government or any officer or agent thereof, with intent to influence the measures or conduct of any foreign government or of any officer or agent thereof, in relation to any disputes or controversies with the United States, or to defeat the measures of the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.”
“Since 1954, the Bilderberg Group has represented the elite and the absolute wealth of all Western nations, financiers, industrialists, bankers, politicians, business leaders or multinational corporations, presidents, prime ministers, finance ministers, state secretaries, World Bank and International Monetary Fund representatives, presidents of world media conglomerates, and military leaders.” – Daniel Estulin
February 15th, 1957, was the first time that a Bilderberg Group conference was held on United States soil. It was here, at the King and Prince Hotel on St. Simons Island, Georgia, that syndicated columnist Westbrook Pegler reported on the existence of the group, “Something very mysterious is going on when a strange assortment of 67 self-qualified, polyglot designers and arbiters of the economic and political fate of our Western world go into a secret huddle on an island off Brunswick, Ga., and not a word gets into the popular press beyond a little routine AP story. These gumshoe super-state schemers were drawn from all the NATO countries.”
Later in October of 1957, the London Sunday Times tried to downplay the role of the Bilderberg Group – a group accused of dictating and orchestrating world policy behind the scenes. The newspaper announced that the point of the Bilderberg meeting was to allow members “to discuss problems of interest on both sides of the Atlantic without committing their Governments. All the members were speaking as private individuals.”
Every year, for the past thirty years or so, after every annual Bilderberg weekend conference, information about the group’s discussions was leaked to journalists like Jim Tucker. What Tucker was told by his Bilderberg sources, until he passed away in 2013, generally turned out to be true. As veteran investigative–journalists like Jim Tucker and Daniel Estulin have uncovered, the agenda of the Bilderberg Group is to manipulate and control world policy.
The 2011 Bilderberg meeting was held between June 9th and 12th in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Outside of the meeting, the area was filled with independent media, mainstream media, and many concerned citizens, who traveled across the world to catch a glimpse of who’s attending the Bilderberg meeting.
In 2009, Jim Tucker told Alex Jones that President Obama’s U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner would be present at that year’s Bilderberg meeting in Athens, Greece. Kurt Nimmo wrote in May of 2009, “Geithner recently announced while addressing the Council on Foreign Relations that he supported a proposal to replace the dollar as the world’s reserve currency with a composite of currencies that would be managed by the International Monetary Fund.”
In an article for Infowars.com, Paul Watson called Geithner “the perfect stooge to implement the global financial regulatory systems that elitists have called for in the aftermath of the financial downturn.”
“What we are truly watching is an effort on the part of a group of elites, worldwide, who wish to bring about a One World Order. It may not be particularly a new world order since the effort has been underway for some time.” – Lou Dobbs
Quotes of the New World Odor
You can smell it. The stench is everywhere. The New World Odor. Here are just a few quotes.
- Saturday Evening Post on February 9, 1935
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