Scientology Roots Chapter Twenty Five – Slavemasters in Latin America

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Chapter Twenty Five

Slavemasters in Latin America

The two slavemaster groups seeking to rule the entire world are the British nobility and the Catholic Popes.
It is not my words they want to rule the entire world. It is their words. They are hung by their own statements.

The German Holy Roman Empire began in 962. The king of Germany was united with the Catholic Pope.
They conquered and ruled most of Europe by torturing and killing anyone not accepting Catholic beliefs.

German King + Catholic Pope = German Holy Roman Empire

Cosimo de Medici was a wealthy Jewish banker in Florence, Italy. He wanted to undermine the Catholic Church.

Cosimo de Medici

Cosimo had a book commissioned in 1460 called the Corpus Hermeticum. It says God is Light.

Corpus Hermeticum

Cosimo started the Florentine Academy. It was the forerunner of Rosicrucians and Freemasons.
There are many Jewish sects that say God is Light and the members are called Brothers of Light.
Some of the Brothers of Light sects are Rosicrucians, Freemasons, and Kabalah.

The Catholic Church was selling indulgences to make money. An indulgence forgave you for all sins for ten days.
Martin Luther was a German Catholic priest. In 1517 he wrote against indulgences and left the Catholic Church.
Luther started the Protestant Reformation. Rosicrucians and Freemasons supported the Protestant movement.

Martin Luther

In 1558, Elizabeth I became Queen of England. She was a Protestant.

Her chief adviser was William Cecil. He was her Secretary of State. British intelligence was under him.
William Cecil started a dynasty where the Cecil family has headed British intelligence ever since then.

sketch of William Cecil, Queen Elizabeth I, and Francis Walsingham
the sketch was made at the time of Queen Elizabeth I

William Cecil began urging Queen Elizabeth to expand British territory by making colonies.
They used slave trafficking and drug trafficking to finance their British Empire building.

On December 31, 1600 Queen Elizabeth I granted a Royal Charter to the British East India Company.
The Company engaged in slave trafficking and opium trafficking to finance their British Empire building.

Francis Bacon was Imperator of the Rosicrucian Order in England.

Francis Bacon

King James I had Bacon oversee the writing of a Protestant Bible, the King James bible published in 1611.


The British Crown and the Jewish Brothers of Light were now working together.

By 1690, the British East India Company had been transformed from a commercial trading venture to a political ruling venture – one which ruled increasingly large areas of India. It established the traditional British method of taking over a country.

Step 1 – economic takeover
Step 2 – government takeover

There were thirteen British colonies on the East coast of North America.

The British colonists in North America objected to tyrannical rule by the British nobility, which heavily taxed them and violated their rights. The thirteen British colonies united and on 4 July 1776, they declared independence from Britain. Thomas Jefferson was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence.

Engraving of Thomas Jefferson – 1801

Hanover and Hesse-Kassel were States in Germany that were in the German Holy Roman Empire.
George III was the King of Britain and he was also the ruler of Hanover.

British armies were sent to prevent the colonies from having independence. George III was King of Britain and he paid 3,191,000 pounds to lease 22,000 troops from a Catholic – Frederick II of Hesse-Kassel. The German troops were used to fight against the American Revolution. This shows the British King and the Vatican worked together to try and stop the American revolution.

The Americans fought for and won their freedom.

The slavemasters want a two class society where the royals and nobility rule over all other people.
The Americans rejected rule by monarchy and nobility, and proclaimed that all men are created equal.
They drafted a Constitution that forbids titles of nobility and includes rights and freedoms.
They created a democratic government, which means rule by the people.

Ever since then people in other nations have tried to free their country from the yoke of slavemasters.

* * *

Prince William IX of Hesse-Kassel, on his father’s death in 1785, inherited the largest private fortune in Europe.

William IX

Mayer Amschel Rothschild acted as a financial agent for Prince William IX of Hesse-Kassel.
He had five sons, one of them was Nathan Mayer Rothschild.

Mayer Amschel Rothschild

In 1797, Nathan Mayer Rothschild moved to England where he would become an international banker.
Nathan and his descendants were very involved with the British nobility and their plan to rule the world.

Nathan Mayer Rothschild

Napoleon Bonaparte, a Master Rosicrucian, was Emperor of France from 1804 to 1815.

Napoleon conquered most of Europe.

When the French army invaded Germany in 1806 – that was the end of the German Holy Roman Empire.

That was replaced by another union of King and Priest to rule the world –

British Aristocracy + Catholic Pope = modern era slavemasters


The British nobility and Catholic Popes are aligned on a two-class society where Kings and Priests rule.
Thus, down through the centuries they have often worked together to bring about their rule of the world.

A Scottish Rite of Freemason lodge was established in 1807 in Frankfurt, Germany.
The name of the lodge was L’Aurore Naissante (Rising Sun) – funded by Rothschilds.

When Napoleon invaded Germany, Prince William IX of Hesse-Kassel ran away in fear to Denmark, leaving $3,000,000 of his gold in the hands of his financial agent, Mayer Rothschild, who sent the gold to his son in London, Nathan Mayer Rothschild. That was the start of the Rothschild international banking practices.


The international banker game is making large loans to governments, paid back by taxing the citizens.

The Brothers of Light international bankers were working to get every country into debt.
They set up a central bank in England, France and America to loan the governments money.
In Latin America they made large loans to the governments to build railroads.

Latin America is countries south of the United States –
Mexico, Central America, South America and Caribbean

In 1825 a loan was issued in London for the Federal States of Central America.
The Republic of Honduras portion of the loan to be paid back was 27,200 pounds.

In 1836 President Andrew Jackson took down the British bank in America and paid off the national debt.

 Hydra-headed_Monster_-_President_Jackson.

The Brothers of Light international bankers made moves to get the United States under their control.

Members of the Brothers of Light lodge in Frankfurt, L’Aurore Naissante, were sent to America.
Some of the Jewish family names were:

Rothschild                          Guggenheim                  Loeb
Schiff                                   Oppenheim                    Lehman
Seligman                             Adler                               etc.
Warburg                              Straus


They helped to establish the Independent Order B’nai B’rith in New York City in 1843.
They also helped establish Temple Emanu-el in New York City in 1845.

Temple Emanu-el bankers assisted Rothschild and pals in –

  1. re-establishing their central bank in the United States
  2. getting the U.S. government back into heavy debt with the bankers
  3. getting U.S. citizens to pay off the government debt by paying income taxes
  4. getting a controlling ownership of all major American industry

* * *

On 8 December 1864 Pope Pius IX said –

the Catholic Church… should freely exercise even to the end of the world – not only over private individuals, but over nations, peoples, and their sovereign princes…   45

There is a statement they should rule the entire world.

Pope Pius IX

* * *

From 1867 to 1870, Honduras obtained three additional loans amounting to $35,000,000.
All of the loans were for building the first section of an Inter-oceanic railroad.
In November 1870 Costa Rica obtained two more loans amounting to 2 million pounds.
The railroads were only partially built and were left incomplete. The loans were still due.
Honduras and Costa Rica defaulted on the loans.   1, 2, 3, 4, 44

* * *

In 1870, Lorenzo Dow Baker anchored his schooner in Jamaica.
He came across some bananas when he was shopping for food.
He purchased 160 unripe bunches of bananas for a shilling a bunch.
Ten days later he sold them in Jersey City for $2 each.

Lorenzo Dow Baker

BananaTrade

In 1871, one of Captain Baker’s first customers was a produce dealer named Andrew Preston.
Preston had handbills printed up extolling the virtues of the new fruit.

Andrew Preston

In 1871, Minor Keith joined his uncle, Henry Meiggs, in a railroad building project in Costa Rica.
Meiggs had a contract to build a railroad from port Limón to the capital at San José.

Costa_Rica

In 1873, Minor Keith planted banana trees in Limón, in order to cut food costs for his workers.
He realized the enormous profits available from bananas and he began exporting bananas. 5
The banana companies get a 1000% markup/profit on bananas.

Minor Cooper Keith

* * *

The President of Honduras, Marco Soto, offered companies that invested in the mine in San Juancinto a 20 year exemption from all taxes. Washington Valentine, an American entrepreneur in Honduras, found the offer attractive.

In 1880, Valentine and other New York investors, formed the New York & Honduras Rosario Mining Company.
Valentine was the major owner of the company.

Washington Valentine

Marco Soto was a major shareholder in the mining company.
One of his sons married a daughter of Washington Valentine.  11, 12

Marco Aurelio Soto

The mining company took a mine in San Juancito, near Tegucigalpa.
From 1882 to 1954, the company produced $60 million worth of gold and silver.  11


* * *

Captain Baker started a partnership with Andrew Preston in 1885.
They called it the Boston Fruit Company.  5

* * *

In 1888 Washington Valentine founded the first private bank in Honduras, Banco de Honduras.
Valentine and the Honduras President, Luis Bogran, owned shares in the bank.

Bank of Honduras money

* * *

In 1888 Charles and Jacob Weinberger entered Central American banana trading.
They owned the Bluefields Banana Company in Bluefields, Nicaragua.
Jacob Weinberger was a member of the Independent Order B’nai B’rith.
That is a Freemason lodge, so he was another one of the Brothers of Light.

Jacob Weinberger was also Secretary of the Nicaragua Electric Co.
He was also President Bluefields Lumber Co.     46

They made a 1000 per cent profit on their banana business. They also capitalized on other natural resources of these countries for their personal profits – such as lumber, sugar, tobacco, fruits, etc.

In 1890 Bluefields Banana Company was renamed to Bluefields Steamship Company.
The Adler-Weinberger Steamship Co was a leading factor in Central American business.  6, 7, 8, 24

Ferdinand Beer was a member of the Independent Order B’nai B’rith.
In 1890, he founded the New Orleans & Central American Trading Co.
His Central American headquarters was in Bluefields, Nicaragua.

* * *

Cecil Rhodes took control of diamond mines in Africa and became one of the wealthiest men in the world.
He used his wealth and private army to conquer and rule 3.5 million square miles of Africa – that was Rhodesia.

Rhodes used the traditional British method for taking over a country –

Step 1 – economic takeover
Step 2 – government takeover

Rhodes said –

Why should we not form a secret society with but one object the furtherance of the British Empire and the bringing of the whole uncivilised world under British rule for the recovery of the United States for the making the Anglo-Saxon race but one Empire.

Rhodes also said –

To and for the establishment, promotion and development of a Secret Society, the true aim and object whereof shall be for the extension of British rule throughout the world… the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of the British Empire…

In 1891 Rhodes created a secret society to bring the entire world under rule by the British nobility.  47

The Cecil family in Britain dominates the secret society. A member of their family, Alfred Milner, managed it.

Robert Cecil aka Lord Salisbury

The visible part of the secret society is called the Round Table.

The slavemasters use demented minions to forward their world domination plan.
Bankers like the Rothschilds and the Rockefellers supported the Round Table.

Lionel Walter Rothschild

The British nobility intends to be the ruler of the entire world by establishing a World Government.
The World Government would be led by Britain – either overtly or covertly. This is their Grand Plan –

Eliminate national borders
One World Government
One World Army
One World Court
One World Bank and currency

This is the group that has the grand plan
to rule the world – the New World Order.

They have caused death and suffering to hundreds of millions of people through slave trafficking, drug trafficking, wars, self-serving banking practices and self-serving business practices.

The Vatican has caused, or participated in causing, death and suffering to hundreds of millions of people.

The British nobility and the Vatican have often engaged in united action in their world domination efforts.

* * *

John Jacob Astor IV inherited around $100 million in assets in 1892.
Nikola Tesla and Astor were both inventors and they formed an alliance.
Their alliance became a major threat to the slavemaster’s income in the future.  14, 15

Washington Valentine founded the Honduras Syndicate in 1892.  11
John Jacob Astor was part of the Honduras Syndicate.

On 24 September 1894 a contract was signed in Honduras that leased the First Section of the Inter-oceanic Railway to Washington Valentine for ten years. Honduras had defaulted on their loan to the British bondholders. The loan was secured by the First Section of the Inter-oceanic Railway, railroad revenues, and forests of Honduras. Washington Valentine was infringing on the pledged security for the British loans.  48

Honduras train - MaquinaHonduras train

* * *

In 1894 the British Empire League was formed in London – to support the ideology of British imperialism.
Lord Rothschild was a vice-president in the British Empire League. 1, 11

Junius Morgan headed a company in England that worked with Rothschilds – George Peabody and Company.
That is how J.P. Morgan came to be an agent for the Rothschilds, his father worked with the Rothschilds.

Junius Morgan

The British slavemasters and their demented minions were using their takeover method in the Americas.
That means North America and Latin America.

Step 1 – economic takeover
Step 2 – government takeover

J.P. Morgan was the primary slavemaster agent in their economic takeover in the United States.

J.P. Morgan was an agent for the Rothschilds. Morgan owned a tobacco plantation in Cuba.
That means Morgan employed slave labor to grow the special tobacco used in his special cigars.  11, 16

John Pierpont Morgan

Morgan’s stance on Cuba was that the lives of American citizens and their property on the island had been taken more than once so that the first thing to do was to drive Spain out of her richest colonial possession. 17

Complete with slaves already broken in –
he forgot to add.

That was the public relations reason that they told to the world, their real reason was they wanted to install puppet Presidents in the Caribbean countries, so they could capitalize on the many natural resources of those countries. Spain stood in their way of accomplishing that, and Spain was too strong militarily to be overthrown by a handful of revolutionaries. It would take the might of the United States military to get Spain out of the Caribbean, thus the international bankers began a campaign to get the United States into a war with Spain.

The revolutionary of choice to be used in Cuba was José Martí.
Jose Marti advocated Cuban financial and political autonomy.
They were unsuccessful against the military might of Spain.   49

José Martí

William Randolph Hearst played up news of Spanish atrocities in Cuba in the New York Journal.
He wrote about Spain’s use of concentration camps and brutal military force to quash the “Cubans’ rebellion”.
Some of the alleged atrocities were fictional.    50

But it was not really a “Cuban rebellion”, it was Jewish banker profiteering.

It was going to take more military strength than the revolutionaries had, to deal with Spain.
It was going to take the strength of the US military to get Spain out of these countries.
Thus the newspapers were used to gain support from the American public for a war with Spain.

* * *

In 1895 Policarpo Bonilla was elected to a four-year term as President of Honduras.

John Jacob Astor IV and Washington Valentine were partners in the Honduras Syndicate.
They were assisting Honduras by offering to:

  • finish constructing all three sections of the Inter-oceanic Railroad
  • settle the Honduras foreign debt
  • establish a bank in Honduras

On 27 March 1897 a contract was signed with the Honduras Syndicate for –

construction of the Inter-oceanic Railway
settlement of the Honduras foreign debt
establishment of a Bank for the collection of Custom Duties

On 5 April 1897 the Commercial Bank of Honduras, as per Contract, was established with 500,000 in GOLD.  48

They were a threat to the slavemaster plan to takeover the countries in Central America.

Astor and pals were infringing on the pledged security (the railroad) for the British bondholders.
And he was infringing on taking away “their business” with the establishment of a bank.
If allowed to continue in Honduras, Astor could have expanded into other Caribbean countries.
Thus the Jewish bankers made moves towards taking control, starting with the Spanish-American war.

* * *

1896 was an election year for President of the United States.

The Democratic Party candidate was William Jennings Bryan. 
The Republican Party candidate was William McKinley.

The Democratic party represented the hardships experienced by the common people.  17, 18

Bryan was a supporter of democracy and believed in the right to independence of Central and South America.
He was a critic of banks. He was a peace advocate who believed in the goodness of the common people. 1

William McKinley, backed by Morgan and Rockefeller, won the election. He was the bankers man.  43, 51

McKinley took office in 1897.

The Prime Minister of Spain was Cánovas del Castillo, and he refused to give up Cuba.
He was assassinated and replaced by Práxedes Sagasta, who advocated Cuban autonomy.

President McKinley sent Stewart L. Woodford to Spain to negotiate Cuban autonomy.
Cuban autonomy was set to begin on January 1, 1898.

Spanish officers in Cuba were offended by persistent newspaper criticism of the Spanish military.
On January 11, 1898 Spanish officers started a riot in Cuba.

President McKinley sent the USS Maine to Havana to ensure the safety of US citizens and interests. 11
The USS Maine set anchor in Havana harbor on January 25, 1898.

USS_Maine_ACR-1_in_Havana_harbor_before_explosion_1898

Spain responded by having an armored cruiser, the Vizcaya, anchor off shore of New York City.

Vizcaya

Deploying the Maine to Havana was only one part of a larger, global deployment of US naval power.
The North Atlantic fleet of the American navy was moved to Florida and the Gulf of Mexico.
Other American navy ships were moved to Hong Kong and the Philippines.  11

The largest part of the American fleet was moved to take direct military control of the Caribbean.


On February 15, 1898 the USS Maine mysteriously exploded and sank, causing the deaths of 266 men. 11

News of the explosion stirred the American people and Congress into demanding a swift belligerent response. The Navy’s investigation concluded that the ship’s magazines were ignited when an external explosion was set off under the ship’s hull.

Spain’s investigation found that the explosion originated within the ship.

At the time of the mysterious sinking of the USS Maine, Morgan and associates had access to a radio-controlled detonation device, used to explode a bomb from a distance. That device could have been used to sink the U.S.S. Maine, to start the war.  52

On 21 March 1898 Britain sent a formal protest to Honduras for not paying its foreign loan debt.
Honduras President, Policarpo Bonilla, answers Britain but won’t do anything about their protests.   54

On 25 April 1898 Spain declared War on the United States.

The first battle between American and Spanish forces was at Manila Bay, Philippines. On May 1, 1898, Commodore George Dewey, commanding the U. S. Navy forces, defeated a Spanish squadron. 11

Battle of Manila Bay May 1 1898

On 12 May 1898 a squadron of 12 U.S. ships bombarded San Juan, Puerto Rico.
On 25 June 1898 the USS Yosemite blockaded San Juan harbor.

USS Yosemite in 1898

On 1 July 1898 American forces invaded Cuba and fought the Spanish.
The American forces were aided by the pro-independence rebels in Cuba.

The Battle of Santiago de Cuba on July 3, 1898 was the largest naval engagement of the Spanish American War and resulted in destruction of the Spanish Caribbean Squadron.

On 17 July 1898 American forces occupied Cuba. Cuba was then under the jurisdiction of the United States Military Government until 1902 before they were allowed to have an “independent government”.

American forces invaded Puerto Rico on July 25, 1898.

On August 9, 1898 a Protocol of Peace between the United States and Spain was signed in Washington. The United States gained almost all of Spain’s colonies in the treaty, including the Philippines, Guam and Puerto Rico.

The United States also gained control over Cuba. 11

Starting from 1898, over the next thirty-five years, the U.S. military intervened in Latin America and Central America twenty-eight times; in Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Mexico, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, El Salvador and Guatemala.

The United States military has been reduced to the role of Vinnie the knee-breaker –
serving New World Order men to enforce their banking, business and political interests in other countries.

Mobsters

* * *

On 10 January 1899 John Jacob Astor secretly funded Nikola Tesla with $100,000.
Tesla set up a lab and conducted successful experiments into wireless transmission of electricity.

Tesla had a future vision of free electrical power. Tesla’s diary contains explanations of his experiments concerning the ionosphere and the ground’s currents. He proved that the earth was a conductor. He also investigated atmospheric electricity. He produced artificial lightning with discharges of millions of volts,
and 135 feet long.11

Tesla_coil

By means of a transmitter tuned to a certain frequency, and a receiver tuned to the same frequency, he could transmit free electrical power to anywhere in the world, to operate electrical devices and motors.

This would have had an enormous impact, providing homes and electric automobiles with free electrical power. Imagine the horror felt by the slavemasters – they would not be able to sell their gasoline for cars or sell their electricity to every individual home.

Astor was a problem to the slavemasters in Honduras and when they found out about the free electricity for everyone, they decided they had to put a stop to Astor and Tesla.

* * *

Minor Cooper Keith dominated the banana business in Central America by 1899.
He was the dominant fruit importer to the southeastern United States.
He had extensive railroads and plantations in Central America.

Boston Fruit Company had plantations in the Caribbean, and a steamship fleet of 42 ships.
Boston Fruit was the dominant fruit importer in the Northeastern United States.

Lorenzo_Baker,_Minor_Keith,_Andrew_PrestonNote: whoever made this image has the names wrong,
it should read Andrew Preston, Minor Keith, Lorenzo Baker

On March 30, 1899 Minor Keith, Andrew Preston, and Lorenzo Baker agreed to merge their companies and created the United Fruit Company. They make a 1000 percent markup/profit on bananas. Together, the two firms controlled 75% of the fresh fruit market.    76

United_Fruit

United Fruit would go on to purchase a controlling interest in the Bluefields Steamship Company that was owned by Jacob Weinberger. They also obtained a controlling 60% interest in Cuyamel Fruit Company.  19, 20, 31

In June 1900 Honduras Syndicate was leased First Section of Inter-oceanic Railroad for 25 years. 53

In 1902 Samuel Zemurray and Ashbell Hubbard created the Cuyamel Fruit Company. They had purchased two steamers and began buying cargoes from independent plantations in Honduras and selling them in New Orleans. They then began buying land.

Sam was a banana plantation owner in Honduras. He was known as “Sam the Banana Man.”

Samuel Zemurray (his original Jewish name was Zmurri)

* * *

On 20 May 1902 the end of the jurisdiction of the United States Military Government was announced.
Cuba was now allowed to form its own civil government and attained independence.

However, the United States imposed various restrictions on the new government, including prohibiting alliances with other countries, and reserved for itself the right of intervention. The U.S. also established a perpetual lease of Guantanamo Bay.

* * *

In 1903 Panama declared independence from Colombia. The United States provided military support for the Panamanian separatists, and in return was granted sovereignty of a strip of land on which the United States planned to build a canal allowing shipping between the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean.

Panama_and_Columbia
Also in 1903, United States troops intervened in Honduras and in the Dominican Republic. 21

The international bankers were not happy with Honduras Presidents Policarpo Bonilla and General Sierra.
They had cooperated with Astor and the Honduras Syndicate.
A new man was needed for president of Honduras.

Honduran President Sierra was overthrown in 1903 by General Manuel Bonilla, who proved to be a great friend of the banana companies. Companies gained exemptions from taxes and were given permission to construct wharves and roads, and to obtain charters for new railroad construction.

Manuel_Bonilla

Manuel Bonilla was president of Honduras from 1903 to 1907 and again from 1912 to 1913. 1 He was not related to a previous Honduran president named Policarpo Bonilla. Rather, they were enemies and Manuel Bonilla had Policarpo Bonilla jailed for 2 years.

In 1903 the U.S. State Department refused to support the Honduras Syndicate claims against the Honduras.

The State Department declares the old Honduras Bonds were illegally and fraudulently issued and disposed of, and that it would be opposed to any deal in respect to a debt relative to which is alleged grave frauds, illegalities and injustice. 1

That was a false reason because in 1909 the U.S. government supports J.P. Morgan when he revives this “dead claim.” What they’re doing is wrecking Astor. The U.S. government is again assisting the interests of the Brothers of Light international bankers in Central America – by eliminating competition from Astor.

* * *

Two companies that were owned by members of the Independent Order B’nai B’rith –

New Orleans & Central American Trading Company – owned by Ferdinand Beer
Bluefield Steamship Company – owned by Jacob Weinberger    58

Their offices in Bluefields, Nicaragua were burned down on 29 October 1903.  22  

The US government started building the Panama Canal in 1904. It took ten years to build it.

In 1904 Guatemala dictator Manuel Estrada Cabrera granted United Fruit a ninety-nine year tax-free concession to construct and maintain the country’s main rail line from Guatemala City to Puerto Barrios.

Jacob and Charles Weinberger were in the banana business with United Fruit. Charles Weinberger, as manager of the United Fruit Despatch company in New Orleans, negotiated a concession for exclusive navigation rights on the Escondido River in Nicaragua in 1904.

The President of Nicaragua, José Santos Zelaya, granted the concession to United Fruit. This gave United Fruit an iron grip on the banana industry in the Bluefields, Nicaragua area. The six hundred small American and creole planters who worked land on the edge of the river, were now dependent on United Fruit to get their bananas “out”. 20

Transporting Bananas on Rio Conjega - 1900

* * *

By 1907 the United States looked with considerable disfavor on the role of Zelaya in Nicaragua.
The Nicaragua army entered Honduras in 1907 to overthrow Manuel Bonilla.
The U.S. government believed that Zelaya wanted to dominate the entire region.
U.S. marines were landed in Honduras to protect the Americans exploiting the banana business.

U.S. marines clearing railroad track

United States naval units prevented a Nicaragua attack on Manuel Bonilla’s last position at Amapala. Bonilla sought refuge on the USS Chicago, and the fighting came to an end. The United States representative arranged a peace settlement, with which Zelaya was not happy. The settlement was installing a compromise regime in Honduras, headed by General Miguel Dávila.

General_Miguel_R._Davila

General Miguel Dávila was a liberal but was distrusted by Zelaya, who made a secret arrangement with El Salvador to oust him from office. This plan failed to reach fruition, but the United States, alarmed by the threat of renewed conflict in Central America, called the five Central American presidents to a conference in Washington in November.

The treaty signed in Washington December 20, 1907 –

No Government of Central America shall, in case of civil war, intervene in favor of or against the Government of the country where the struggle takes place.   23

Under the guise of a “peace treaty”, the US government performs a war tactic called divide and conquer. What really happened here was an agreement to not assist each other when a country in Central America was under attack by revolutionaries. This would allow the New World Order people to hire revolutionaries to overthrow any Central American country, and no other country would come to the aid of the country that was under attack. That way, they could pick off the leaders of these countries, one by one, and these countries would not unite together for their common defense.

These countries were being set up for major moves about to take place by the New World Order men.

* * *

In 1908, opponents of Honduras President Dávila invaded Honduras.
Samuel Zemurray helped finance the invasion.
The revolt collapsed, briefly restoring peace to Honduras.

In 1908 Washington Valentine negotiated with Jose Santos Zelaya an inter-oceanic canal in Nicaragua. 11

In 1909 J.P. Morgan and associates, with full backing of the United States government, began strong-arming all the Central America countries, plus Cuba and the Dominican, to turn over the collection of the customs taxes,
in order to pay off Central American debts to European Banks.

Yes, you heard that right, the U.S. will interfere in another country’s affairs to make sure the European Bankers get their loan payments.

On 17 July 1909, J.P. Morgan begins controlling the “condemned bonds” of Honduras, with the U.S. State Department backing his deal with the Bondholders. He controls the Honduras Railroad and the “Wharf” –
this means the Customs income.

The U.S. Minister to Honduras, Philip Brown, writes a letter informing the Honduras government that the J.P. Morgan firm is agreeing to handle the Foreign Debt of Honduras, the delivery of the Railway and Wharf, and the advancement of money for internal improvements, including new bonds. The government of Honduras should send an agent to negotiate with Morgan. He says the U.S. Government (and thus it’s military) is behind this.   55

Honduras sent a commission to Washington and New York, and listened to the propositions, which were conditional on signing that the U.S. Government would assume the administration of the Honduran Custom Houses, through employees appointed or dismissed by the President of the United States. Of the loan amount proposed, not even 10 percent would reach Honduras, and most of that was to be “invested in railroad supplies, machinery, trains, etc.” This is basically asking Honduras to turn over their sovereignty to the United States.

Philander Knox worked for the U.S. Secretary of State Department.

Philander Knox

The Honduras foreign debt was eight million dollars. The proposal being negotiated by American President Taft and Mr. Knox was that now Honduras would “get” to pay 26 million dollars! Taft and Knox told the world that they were “holding out a generous hand to the Latin-American countries, in order to lighten the weight of their foreign debts”. Truthfully, they were devising means of keeping these countries in a slave state.

President Taft and wife - just after swearing inPresident Taft

The Envoy of Honduras in Washington, Juan Paredes, refused to sign the Loan Treaty and contract.
He was acting under instructions from his government, so then steps had to be taken by the bankers. 1, 29 

Juan E. Paredes

What a deal! Instead of paying 8 million to the British bondholders, you can now pay 26 million to Morgan –
an agent for the Rothschilds, and thereby the New World Order men.

In 1909 the Costa Rica Government was approached by the US State Department with an agreement from a “syndicate of bankers” of New York (J.P. Morgan & Company) to “settle the foreign debt” and a new loan; the principal condition being the delivery of the Custom Houses to collectors to be named by the President of the United States. They did not approve.  56

The Dominican was told about the same deal. They did not approve. So a “revolution” was backed by the US Government, causing the fall of President Victoria and a Catholic Bishop was made president.

The Nicaragua President, Jose Santos Zelaya, was told about the same deal. Zelaya refused it.

* * *

We can now state what the Brothers of Light international bankers were doing in the Caribbean countries.

The bankers wanted to get each Caribbean country in debt to them. The method used to get the Caribbean countries into debt was the offer to provide loans to build a railroad. The Caribbean countries issued bonds to obtain the loans, many of the bonds were owned by British investors, who were the bondholders. The railroads were not completed and made useful, nevertheless, the loans had to be paid back anyway. The Caribbean countries defaulted on the loans.

The Custom Houses of the Central American countries were taxing exports from the country as a means of income for the government. The bankers sought to take the income generated by the Customs Houses as a means to pay back the loans. They also wanted the natural resources of those countries to be used for their profiteering.

American businessmen, including members of the Independent Order B’nai B’rith, established companies in the Caribbean countries so they could profit from the natural resources, such as fruit and lumber, rather than allowing the people who lived in those countries to profit from them. The largest such company was United Fruit, and the slavemasters eventually owned that.

The people who lived in those countries would be kept in a slave labor state, not allowed to own the companies, and not allowed to benefit from the natural resources of their own country.

The Presidents of the Caribbean countries who were uncooperative, were attacked by so-called “revolutionaries” who were financed and armed by the businessmen taking advantage of the countries in Latin America. A new puppet President would be installed who was cooperative with the international bankers and who gave them all the concessions they desired.

Washington Valentine and John Jacob Astor were members of the Honduras Syndicate. The Honduras Syndicate made a contract with the Honduran government to handle the Honduras foreign debt, finish the railroad, and set up a bank which would take the income from the Custom houses. Thus Honduras was becoming free of the international bankers.

So, a military coup was used to install a new Honduras President who was cooperative with the bankers.

J.P. Morgan, agent for the Rothschilds, forced a new arrangement with these countries. Morgan would take over the old foreign debts, provide new loans, and take over the collection of the income from the Custom houses. The US government and military backed the Morgan proposal. Every Caribbean country refused the ridiculous proposal because they were giving up their sovereignty and a large source of their income that they derived from their Customs houses.

Thus more revolutions were engineered to oust the uncooperative Presidents of those countries.
The U.S. military was used to assist these “revolutions” and to quash labor strikes in those countries.

Thus the American government and military had become a tool of the New World Order men.

* * *

The President of Nicaragua was José Santos Zelaya.

Zelaya was refusing to accept the Morgan loan proposition.
Zelaya was planning to build an inter-oceanic canal in Nicaragua. That enraged the U.S. government.
Zelaya was also attempting to regulate foreign access to Nicaragua natural resources.
Tariff increases by Nicaragua alienated the foreign businesses on the coast of Nicaragua.
A tariff is money charged by a government on imports and exports.

And so, yet another “revolution” was engineered.

The governor on the Nicaragua coast was Juan Estrada. Estrada lead “revolutionaries” against Zelaya.  35

IOBB members who had businesses on the Nicaragua coast at Bluefields financed the “revolution”.
They contributed close to $1,000,000. IOBB member Joseph Beers contributed $200,000.   59
The IOBB members also supplied mercenaries, guns, and supplies.

By supporting the Estrada revolution the IOBB members in New Orleans were not just helping their personal businesses in Nicaragua, they were supporting the efforts of the New World Order bankers to take control of the Caribbean countries through their agent – J. P. Morgan.

Juan Jose Estrada Morales

On November 17, 1909 two Americans were executed in Nicaragua after they were caught blowing up boats in the San Juan River. The next day American war ships were sent to Nicaragua.

In order to take action against Zelaya openly, Philander Knox needed some pretext to start the open hostilities.
A pretext presented itself in the execution of Cannon and Groce, the two American adventurers who had been actively engaged in the ranks of the Estrada revolution, and who had been taken prisoner when in the act of blowing up with dynamite some government river boats, and who had been condemned to death by a court.

Mr. Knox pronounced the sentence imposed upon Cannon and Groce unjust, declared Zalaya’s government tyrannical and despised by public opinion (which was a lie) and asserted that all Nicaragua had risen in arms. This was not the truth, it being well known that the revolution was at that time localized on part of the Atlantic Coast. He declared Zelaya the disruptor of peace in Central America and a violator of the Washington conventions, who had merited the complaints from the other governments of Central America, who considered his stay in power a constant menace.

Now they are calling American mercenaries – adventurers!

American mercenaries – its not just a job, its an adventure!
Adventurer sounds so much better than – HIRED KILLER.

Adventurer - 1920s swashbuckler film

In December 1909 American marines landed at Bluefields, Nicaragua.
The marines provided a safe base of operations for the anti-Zelaya rebels.  57

On 17 December 1909, Zelaya turned over power to José Madriz and fled to Spain.
The U.S. State Department refused to recognize the government of Jose Madriz.
The IOBB-hired revolutionary forces continued the revolt against Jose Madriz.

Jose Madriz

The forces of the Madriz government routed the revolutionary troops in the interior of the country.
The Madriz government army marched to Bluefields, but it was defended by American marines.
The Madriz forces realized it would be useless to continue fighting against such odds and retreated.

* * *

In 1910 the American Congress held Anti-Trust hearings on United Fruit.
United Fruit was ordered to divest itself of all shares in the Bluefields Steamship Company.  21, 32 

* * *

On 12 July 1910 the U.S. government sold the Hornet to Nathan S. Stern of New Orleans for $5,100.  33

Nathan S. Stern was married to Bertha Kaufman, they lived in New Orleans.
Her father was Charles A. Kaufman, a member of the Independent Order B’nai B’rith (IOBB). 34

Stern transferred ownership of the Hornet to Joseph Wolf Beer, a member of the IOBB.
They used the Hornet to overthrow uncooperative Presidents in Central America.  35, 58

Hornet

General Miguel Davila was the President of Honduras. Davila refused to re-assign all of his countries loans exclusively to J.P. Morgan, and sign a treaty with the U.S. to turn over the collection of the customs taxes in Honduras to American collectors in order to pay off the Honduras debt to Morgan.

Sam Zemurray, co-owner of Cuyamel Fruit Co., wanted his own “concessions” from Honduras to grow bananas. Due to the fact that Honduras also wasn’t co-operating well with the U.S. bankers, Sam helped launch a “revolution” to get rid of President Davila.

Manuel Bonilla was a deposed President of Honduras. Zemurray gets together a crew composed of himself, Lee Christmas, Guy “Machine Gun” Molony, and Manuel Bonilla. They get together some arms, and some machine guns, they sneak out from New Orleans in the Hornet.

The boats they used to invade Honduras was the Hornet, the Centinella, and the Emma.

In July 1910 they invaded the Atlantic Coast of Honduras. Normally American Navy ships closely watched the Bay of Honduras, on this occasion they were nowhere in sight. This particular invasion did not succeed in overthrowing Davila, but the US government threatened further revolutions unless Davila accepted the Morgan loan proposition.

Davila was in a dilemma, if he accepted the Morgan loan, his countrymen would turn against him.
If he rejected the Morgan loan, then Manuel Bonilla would overthrow him.

Manuel Bonilla took refuge in New Orleans after the aborted invasion of Honduras in July 1910.
Sam Zemurray then forged a personal friendship and political alliance with Manuel Bonilla.

In order to break President Davila’s resistance, they had the press in America publish hints that should President Davilla not accept the Loan Proposition in totality soon, it would be accepted anyway by Honduras, as a revolution in that country was unavoidable. And the leader of the revolution had beforehand pledged himself to accept the Morgan proposition.  29

That leader was Manuel Bonilla, he was the banker’s man who would accept the Morgan propositions if he were President of Honduras.

* * *

Juan Estrada was leading a revolution in Nicaragua. He was financed by the IOBB members who had businesses in Nicaragua. They used the Hornet to bring mercenaries and guns to the so-called “revolutionaries” in Nicaragua. 35

The Nicaragua army was convinced it was a hopeless battle against the power of the United States.
In August 1910 Jose Madriz withdrew and Juan Estrada became President of Nicaragua.

* * *

Honduras President Davila was refusing the Morgan loan proposition, so another assault was organized.

Borrowing money from Sam Zemurray, Manuel Bonilla allegedly “bought” the Hornet.
In reality, he only had a power of attorney from the Hornet’s owner, Joseph Beer, a member of the IOBB.


In early December Juan Paredes, Honduras representative in Washington, told the US State Department that Manuel Bonilla had purchased the Hornet for a strike on the north shore of Honduras and that the Hornet was ready to depart for a rendezvous on the Guatemala coast, where it would take on arms and ammunition, in preparation for invading Honduras.

Juan Paredes

The U.S. State Department told Paredes to inform Davila that only on the condition that he accept the Morgan loan proposition, could Davila insure himself against a repetition of revolutionary uprisings. If he signed, then the State Department would bind itself to crush such revolutions.

J.P. Morgan

Davila then began to change his instructions to his envoy in Washington, Juan Paredes.
He still instructed Paredes not to submit to any clause which could endanger the sovereignty of Honduras.

On 10 December 1910 Davila gave orders to Paredes to sign the Loan Treaty.  1

Tegucigalpa Dec. 10, 1910

Paredes, Honduras Consulate, New York:

Accept agreement; sign agreement and return.

(Signed) Davila

Juan Paredes still refused to sign the Loan Treaty.  1

On 20 December 1910 the US government in Washington gave the Hornet permission to depart, despite the vigorous protest of the Honduras government. 35

On 24 December the Hornet arrived where Manuel Bonilla, Lee Christmas, and Guy “machine gun” Malony were waiting and they loaded weapons and the machine gun onto the Hornet.

Sam Zemurray hired Lee Christmas, most noted of the Central American soldiers of fortune, to overthrow the Honduras government. Christmas then hired another mercenary who was skillful with a machine gun – Samuel Dreben. 36Samuel_Dreben_-_called__the_fighting_jew_
This revolutionary expedition aboard the Hornet, started from the Atlantic Coast of the United States.

Meanwhile, in Livingston, Guatemala, United Fruit had loaded onto the Centinella and the Emma, guns and a company of 45 men raised by Minor Cooper Keith from United Fruit Company plantations in Guatemala. The Hornet went to Guatemala and met up with several other ships obtained for the revolutionary cause – the Centinella, the Brittanic, and the Emma. A couple of days later, another 24 Honduras strangers had slipped into town, waiting to board the Hornet.  35, 37

On 10 January 1911 the revolutionary expedition reached the coast of Honduras and captured Trujillo.  29

Lee_Christmas_and_Guy_MalonyJuan Paredes, after filing a protest, signed the U.S. government part of the Loan Treaty but refused to sign the loan contract with the Morgan bankers. 37  The Honduras Congress vetoed the Loan Treaty.

In February 1911 Honduras President, General Miguel Davila, signed the Loan Treaty.

Philander Knox arranged to install Francisco Bertrand as provisional Honduras president.
Bertrand was one of the revolutionaries, and was intimate friends with Manuel Bonilla.
Bertrand promised to hold free elections, and Dávila resigned.
Manuel Bonilla soon won election as president.  29, 38

* * *

General Luis Mena was the Minister of War in the Nicaragua government.
In 1911 General Mena forced Nicaragua President Juan Estrada to resign.
Juan Estrada was replaced by Adolfo Díaz on 9 May 1911.

On 6 June 1911 Philander Knox and Nicaragua minister Salvador Castrillo signed a Treaty.
Nicaragua accepted the J.P. Morgan loan proposal and using income from custom duties to repay the loan.
The Treaty gave the U.S. government control over the Custom Houses in Nicaragua.

Example of a Port Customs House

The loan contract was signed by Castrillo and a group of bankers of New York – J.P. Morgan & Company.

The loan amount was 15 million dollars. But something more scandalous was committed. Philander Knox forced an additional loan contract on Nicaragua in the amount of $750,000, taking in guaranty the National Railroad and river and lake steamers, on conditions which make these national properties appear to have been almost given away.

With the loans providing such large sums of money, you would think the Nicaragua government would have been in comfortable monetary circumstances, and the country in a favorable economic condition, but the truth is that never in the history of that country had the treasury been emptier than then, nor has the poverty of the masses ever been so noticeable, and the stagnation of commerce more pronounced. The reason for this is clear; of all these sums that were apparently being loaned, nothing reached the public treasuries of Nicaragua, and the American collectors only gave a small percentage of the income derived from the Custom Houses to the Nicaragua government.

Nicaragua train

The Knox-Castrillo Treaty languished for a year in the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
(In May 1912 the Senate Committee voted against ratifying the Knox-Castrillo Treaty.)

General Luis Mena gained support by accusing Adolfo Díaz of “selling out the nation to New York bankers”.

Philander Knox advised to remove General Mena from office, which was done. Mena led a rebellion against the Diaz government. Mena succeeded in bringing an army of volunteers together, superior in numbers and quality to the Diaz forces.  Mena succeeded in a very short time in taking a good many important towns and seriously menacing the capital.

General Luis Mena Vado

Public sentiment was from the very beginning in favor of the uprising, because the government of Diaz, which never had enjoyed popular favor, became positively hated, and unpopular from the very moment it entered upon the loan negotiations, which meant the selling of the country. No doubt, the capital city would have fallen into the hands of the revolution, had it not been for the defense of the presidential palace by American marines. It was then that the masses in Leon, who had up to then remained passive, rose up in arms and attacked the government garrison, which was annihilated. They also decimated the armed expedition sent to subjugate them.

Admiral Sutherland brought superior American forces against Mena, whereupon Mena surrendered. However, other revolutionary leaders continued to fight. Leon and some other towns in the North were still in the hands of the revolutionists, although suffering for lack of war supplies. Admiral Sutherland then demanded the surrender of all the revolutionary leaders, and these, convinced of the impossibility of success against the American invading forces, surrendered.

But the masses, highly inflamed by the injustice committed against their country, tried to offer resistance. The machine guns of the American marines were turned upon them. A similar incident had taken place in Chichigalpa. In the American engagements there were hundreds of Nicaraguans killed and wounded, many were non-combatants.

The U.S. State Department tried to make the U.S. Senate appear responsible for the American military action in Nicaragua, because the Senate had not ratified the Loan Treaty which would have given the custom houses of the country into the hands of American collectors, thus doing away with the inducement and object of revolution.

The fact is that the Nicaragua custom houses had been under the administration of American collectors for many months before the revolution started, and it can be safely asserted that the delivery of the country’s resources to the American banking syndicate actually was the cause of the war.  29

Military action was used as the means to overthrow uncooperative Presidents –
and to install men who were favorable to the Brothers of Light international bankers.

Mobsters

It was another page in the British nobility and their demented minions – History Book of Horrors.

* * *

Honduras was now 113 million dollars in debt with only 2 million in annual revenue.  39

Manuel Bonilla became President of Honduras on 1 February 1912.
Bonilla started giving away Honduras natural resources. He gave Sam Zemurray no taxes for 25 years.  29
Bonilla awarded three railways, a port concession, and ten thousand acres of land to Sam Zemurray. 11
Zemurray received rights to select an additional 24,700 acres of land. 31

United Fruit got two railway and land concessions, and they began large scale banana production.

John Jacob Astor died on 15 April 1912 when the Titanic sunk.

In 1912 the Morgan loan to Honduras was in the U.S. legislature for approval.
There was an attempt to hide the fact that Morgan was behind the loan.   60

In November 1912 Juan Paredes made a heartfelt plea to the American people –

Honduras asks only to be let alone to arrange terms with her creditors and to contract a loan, if deemed necessary, to settle her indebtedness. But by no means will Honduras allow a Foreign Government to manage her National affairs. We are fighting for a principle. We are defending our self-government.
Juan E. Paredes, New Orleans, Louisiana November 1912

By 1912 the British slavemaster bankers had a controlling ownership in all major industry in America.

Congressional Pujo Committee hearings found that Westinghouse Electric stood alone in all of American industry, as free of control of the New York Bankers. The Pujo Committee found that the officers of the five largest New York banks held 341 directorships in 112 major corporations. Morgan officers were on 72 company boards. Westinghouse Electric had been the notable exception to the New York bankers’ control of American industry.  62

Rothschild had sent one of his agents, Paul Warburg, to America.
He became a member of Temple Emanu-el in New York City.
He was to re-establish the slavemaster central bank in America.


In December 1913 the Federal Reserve System was passed. The Federal Reserve System is a cartel of private banks with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York being the most powerful one. It controls the United States economy. The British slavemasters had now re-established their central bank in America.

In December 1913 the enactment of a true personal income tax was passed.
The American people had their attention directed away from the Personal Income Tax Law.
Newspaper articles were used to put all the attention on a proposed tax on bananas.   61

What a betrayal of the American people! Instead of the American government printing and issuing American money, private banks were used to issue American money, which the government borrows and then taxes citizens to pay back the borrowed money.

Now you know why 33 to 50% of your income goes to paying income tax.
It all goes towards paying off the U.S. national debt to the Brothers of Light international bankers.

The British nobility and their demented minions accomplished their first step in America, an economic takeover –

1. The United States was back in debt to the Brothers of Light bankers
2. They had re-established their central bank in the United States
3. The American citizens had to pay income tax to pay off the national debt
4. New World Order bankers had a controlling ownership in all major industry in America

* * *

In 1915, the American International Corporation was formed in New York.
The new firm was funded by J.P. Morgan, Paul Warburg, and the Rockefellers.
AIC became the largest shareholder of United Fruit in 1916.
Allen Dulles was also a primary United Fruit shareholder, through the AIC.

* * *

The United States Army invaded Haiti in 1915 and the Dominican Republic in 1916.

The United States Army invaded Cuba in 1917. The American occupation lasted until 1933.
United Fruit established 300,000 acres of banana and sugar plantations in Cuba during that time.

In 1918 U.S. military forces put down banana workers strikes in Panama, Colombia, and Guatemala.
The United Fruit workers wanted a six-day labor week and an eight-hour labor day, plus health care. 32

In Columbia, the U.S. ambassador, Caffery, reported the events to Washington –

“I have the honor to report, that the Bogota representative of the United Fruit Company told me yesterday that the total number of strikers killed by the Colombian military exceeded one thousand.”

in 1920 the United States Army landed in Guatemala and fought as union-busters for two weeks on behalf of the United Fruit Company  32

* * *

In 1920 the British nobility and their Round Table men established a League of Nations.
It was a giant step forward on their World Government idea. The U.S. refused to join it.

When it became clear in 1920 that the United States had no intention of underwriting Britain and instead would revert to her prewar isolationism, the bitterness of disappointment in the Round Table were beyond bounds.   63

The big babies wailed over not getting to boss everyone around, and take their stuff

The British nobility resorted to a covert method for getting America to forward their world domination plan.
They created a front group in America for infiltrating and covertly influencing the American government.

The Round Table created the Council On Foreign Relations in New York City on July 29, 1921.

Council On Foreign Relations

The chairman of the CFR was Round Table member – David Rockefeller.
Allen Dulles was a Director of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Every American President, except two, has been a member of the CFR. CFR members hold many other top positions within the United States Government. Allen Dulles was a Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Twelve members of the CFR have been United States Secretary of State, etc.

Allen Dulles

The Council on Foreign Relations was an advancement on Step 2 of the British takeover plan for America –

Step 1 – economic takeover
Step 2 – government takeover

* * *

In 1924 U.S. marines were landed in Honduras to “protect American interests” by controlling the outcome of an election in favor of U.S. corporate interests – the banana companies, especially United Fruit.    64

The Honduras government, after years of negotiations, finally concluded an agreement with the British bondholders to liquidate most of the immense national debt. The bonds were to be redeemed at 20 percent of face value over a thirty-year period. Back interest was forgiven, new interest accrued only over the last fifteen years of this arrangement. Honduras, at last, seemed on the road to solvency.

In 1924 a New York Times article implied the reign of United Fruit would be remembered as a pinnacle of human achievement. The New York Times was owned by Adolph Och, a member of Temple Emanu-el.   65

United Fruit is a pinnacle of human achievement?

On 7 November 1924 the Guatemala government gave a concession to United Fruit for all the uncultivated lands in a 100 kilometers territory.

In 1925 U.S. troops broke up a plantation strike against United Fruit in Panama.  32

The biggest labor action ever faced by a banana company began in October 1928, when 32,000 workers went on strike. They demanded to be granted medical treatment and proper toilet facilities; they insisted on being paid in cash rather than company-issued scrip only redeemable in United Fruit-owned stores. They asked that they be considered true employees rather than subcontractors who weren’t even afforded the minimal protection of Colombia’s weakly drawn labor laws.

Banana strike

The strike panicked United Fruit. Martial law was declared on December 5, 1928. On December 6, in the town of Cienaga, banana workers gathered in the town square. The city hall stood at one end and the main church at the other. The workers were not there, specifically, to protest. December 6 was a Sunday; they’d attended mass and were waiting to hear a speech by the regional governor. Because the address would follow church services, the workers were accompanied by their wives and families.

General Cortes Vargas claimed he acted only to prevent an even worse intervention by the U.S. military – gave his commanders these orders: “Prepare your mind to face the crowds of rebels, and kill before foreign troops tread upon our soil.”

Four machine gun positions surrounded the square, on rooftops, one at each corner. An order was given. The area was to be cleared in five minutes. The countdown had begun. Packed into the square as they were, the crowd couldn’t, and didn’t, disperse. 32

The troops opened fire.

Machine_gun_firing

It has been said, that the dead of that day, haunted Vargas for the rest of his life.

General Cortes Vargas

* * *

World War II was a British operation. The Round Table men told Adolf Hitler he could re-arm Germany.
Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany were funded by Averell Harriman, the Bush family and the Rockefellers.
All of them were members of the Council on Foreign Relations in America.
The funding was before and during World War II, they even funded the Nazi extermination camps.   66

Beginning in 1942, the Auschwitz camp was the site of mass murder. The majority of men, women and children deported to Auschwitz were sent to their deaths in the gas chambers immediately after arrival.

Take a good look at them. They did not deserve to be killed.

Both slavemaster groups, the British nobility and the Vatican, backed Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany.

See –
The Reckoning Chapter Seven British Nobility Orchestrated Nazi Germany
The Reckoning Chapter Nine Catholic Pope Slavemasters

World War II ended in August 1945.

British intelligence has a unit called MI 6 Section D – it conducts sabotage through political covert actions.
It also carries out paramilitary operations.

After WW II ended, the British decided to create “stay-behind” paramilitary organizations, with the aim of countering communism through sabotage, guerrilla warfare, assassinations and coups. Arms caches were hidden, and loyal members recruited – mainly anticommunists, including many Nazis.

It is a paramilitary guerrilla warfare network with arms caches. It was code-named Operation Gladio69, 70 

CIA Director Allen Dulles was one of the key people in instituting Operation Gladio, and most of Gladio’s operations were financed by the CIA – the CIA got the money from trafficking illegal drugs into America. 

Frank Wisner was the CIA officer who oversaw the creation of stay-behind networks – Operation Gladio.

Frank Wisner

The Vatican was united with MI 6 and the CIA in Operation Gladio, including the killing and drug trafficking.

After World War II the plotters needed to find a new fear for manipulating the people and justifying military build-ups.  71

Two fears were chosen –

Fear of Russia and communism
Fear of Nuclear War

Those artificially manufactured fears were used to justify the most atrocious actions taken by the CIA.

The Cold War began in 1947. The two sides were the Eastern Bloc and the Western Bloc. The Eastern Bloc was Russia and its allies, the Western Bloc was the United States and its allies. It was called the Cold War because there was no large-scale fighting directly between the two sides.

The CIA conducted covert warfare in various countries through coups against Presidents that were elected by the people. They would then install and assist a CIA dictator who engaged in human rights violations, torture and mass murder of the people. Their excuse was they were “upholding democracy” and  “combating communism”.

That was a lie. Removing an elected President with a coup and installing a dictator is not democracy.

The British slavemasters, using their agents in the CIA to front for them, would use the communist label on anyone who was not going along with what the slavemasters wanted. They would apply the communist label to such people even when it was not true. Then they used that as an excuse to kill them. Even when they were communists, that is still not an excuse to violate their rights, torture them and kill them.

* * *

Licio Gelli was a Catholic who was a top Nazi SS official. Gelli made friends with Argentina General Juan Peron and enlisted his help in harboring Nazi war criminals. Frank Wisner, Licio Gelli and a Croatian Roman Catholic priest named Krujoslav Dragonovic worked together in Vatican “ratlines” – smuggling Nazis to South America.

In World War II Klaus Barbie was Gestapo chief in Lyon, France. He was responsible for the deaths of 4,000 Jews, many of them children. He also sent another 7,500 people to their deaths. He personally tortured people.

Klaus Barbie

In December 1950, Klaus Barbie was given a new identity by the CIA – Klaus Altmann.


Vatican-loved Nazi SS Major Otto Skorzeny helped Klaus Barbie to escape to Argentina.

Otto Skorzeny

The CIA sent Barbie to Bolivia where he devoted his efforts to developing Bolivia’s cocaine trade.  67, 68   

Klaus Barbie and Otto Skorzeny also helped form death squads such as the Angels of Death in Bolivia
and the Anti-Communist Alliance in Argentina – Operation Gladio.

* * *

United Fruit was a company that had long been taking advantage of countries in Central America.
United Fruit made huge profits from selling their fruit while keeping the people in slave labor conditions.

United Fruit owned all of Guatemala’s banana production and monopolized banana exports.
It also owned the country’s telephone and telegraph system, and almost all of the railroad track.

United_Fruit_collage
Jacobo Arbenz Guzmán became President in Guatemala in 1951.
At that time, 2% of landowners owned 70% of the farm land.

Life_Magazine_-_Arbenz

Arbenz set about changing the United Fruit stranglehold on his country.
He was making the Guatemala people the owners of the land and businesses.

Arbenz implemented a reform law to break up the large estates and foster individually owned small farms. This involved redistribution of 160,000 acres of uncultivated land owned by United Fruit Company, which was compensated for its land. The Guatemala government also began competing with United Fruit in the production and export of bananas.

In 1952 Arbenz issued Decree 900. The law would redistribute land to local peasants; it allowed the government to confiscate any farm over 223 acres, with a key condition: The land had to be unused. The new rule mandated that the former landholders receive compensation based on the declared worth of the confiscated territory. According to the formula, United Fruit was to receive $600,000. When the company protested that the sum was just a fraction of the true value of its holdings, which was true, Arbenz countered that the amount was based on tax returns submitted by the banana company itself. The company had been cheating on its taxes, and Guatemalan authorities simply chose to take United Fruit at its word.

Arbenz was for the people – so he had to go.

FOTOGRAFIA DE JACOBO ARBENZ GUZMAN PRESIDENTE DE GUATEMALA

Sam Zemurray hired professional propaganda man Edward Bernays to handle the situation.

Edward Bernays

His propaganda idea was to convince high-ranking Americans that Arbenz was a communist. It was a lie.

Bernays flew journalists to Guatemala, throwing money at them like it was water. Dozens of articles then began appearing over the next two years in Time, Newsweek, New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, Miami Herald, and other newspapers in the United States – that portrayed the rulers of Guatemala as a dangerous threat. Bernays also planted stories that implied that Russia was training Latin American revolutionaries somewhere behind the Iron Curtain.

British agent Allen Dulles was Director of the CIA and he owned shares in United Fruit.
His brother, John Foster Dulles, was the U.S. Secretary of State.
The Dulles brothers began pressuring American President Ike Eisenhower.   73

Ike Eisenhower, John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles

Eisenhower then has Guatamala labeled “communist” and started providing government aid.
The CIA sent an army and planes, they bombed a military base and a government radio station.
A Naval blockade was instituted. A 400 man hired army marched on the capital.

On June 27, 1954, Arbenz resigned but that wasn’t good enough. The money-men wanted to publicly degrade and humiliate him so he was taken to the airport, stripped to his underwear and paraded before the press before he was allowed to board the plane to Mexico.

This disgusting display of vicious bullying by scared little men who only care about their money, resulted in a restoration of the stranglehold on the Guatemala economy. The poor Guatemalan peasants were made to pay now, in hunger and torture for supporting land reform, and for trying to attain a better future for themselves and their families in their own country.

The CIA installed a vicious dictator – Colonel Castillo Armas.

Castillo Armas

The US Ambassador furnished Armas with lists of radical opponents to be eliminated, and the Guatamalan bloodbath began. Thousands were arrested. People were tortured and killed. United Fruit got all its land back and to punish the people further for daring to support Arbenz, the Banana Worker’s Union was banned. Terrible working conditions and slave labor were back. Armas cut out one-third of the voters by barring illiterates from voting. He outlawed all political parties, labor confederations, and peasant organizations. He closed down opposition newspapers and burned “subversive” books.

That was the beginning of a long and bloody punishment that has continued up to recent times.  74
Guatemala still has the worst record of human rights abuses in Latin America.

50 year bloodbath in Guatemala

The Armas military regime was followed by one CIA dictator after another.

The military continued its violent suppression of anti-government elements.
A Mayan guerrilla army began to form. The protest became more violent, civil war emerged.

banana soldiers

To counter-act the Mayans, the Green Berets were sent to Guatemala to transform its Army into a modern counter-insurgency force. That is the origin of what is referred to as the “killing machine” that still operates in Guatemala today. Death squads were started. The squads had lists of people that were “suspected communists”, or who opposed the existing system. They were hunted down and killed.

The police, the army, and the death squads, were all armed and trained by the CIA.

Guerrillas, peasants, students, , and professional persons were jailed by the thousands by the Guatemala military. And thousands more, just trying to live and overcome their poverty and the massive injustices occurring – simply “disappeared.”

Journalists, lawyers, students, teachers, labor leaders, members of opposition parties, and anyone who expressed sympathy for the anti-government cause were simply machine-gunned down. If anyone tried to improve the peasants situation, they were subjected to torture, mutilation, and death.

The G2 is a group of 2,000 elite Guatemalan Army Intelligence officers.
The CIA trained, advised, and armed these officers to do their vicious barbaric crimes.
The G2 maintained torture centers and body dump sites throughout Guatemala.
The G2 has killed thousands.

General Efrain Rios Montt was a graduate of the School of the Americas at Fort Benning, Georgia.
He was one of the most savage of the Guatemala dictators.
During his reign 400 villages were destroyed and 10,000 to 20,000 Indians were killed.

This same intelligence operation has been done continuously to countries in Latin America.
They pin the label communist on any country that tries to free itself from the slavemaster yoke.
Then they slaughter the people who are attempting to gain independence for their country.
They have done the same in various countries around the world, not just in Latin America.

I was looking for a breath of life
A little touch of heavenly light
But all the choirs in my head sang,
No oh oh

FOTOGRAFIA DE JACOBO ARBENZ GUZMAN PRESIDENTE DE GUATEMALA

* * *

Augusto Sandino led a rebellion against the U.S. military occupation of Nicaragua from 1927 to 1933.
While he sought relief for the poor, he did not advocate for a communist Marxist class struggle.

 

Augusto Sandino

Augusto Sandino (center)

Anastasio Somoza García became dictator of Nicaragua starting in 1936. His family ruled for 43 years.
They were vicious dictators who engaged in torture, killing, and violation of rights – backed by the CIA.

Anastasio Somoza García

* * *

Lucio Gelli, with the Pope behind him, formed a secret Masonic lodge in 1966.
They called it Propaganda Due or P-2, and it served as an Operation Gladio cell in Italy.

Gelli immediately opened a branch in Argentina, soon having branches in Venezuela, Paraguay, Bolivia, France, Portugal and Nicaragua. These all served as covert Operation Gladio cells. Some of the people Gelli brought into P-2 were Klaus Barbie and other hired mercenaries from the death squads that Gelli had been instrumental in forming previously throughout Latin America – such as Jose Lopez Rega.   72

 Lucio Gelli in P-2 Masonic lodge costume

 Jose Lopez Rega

* * *

The Sandinista National Liberation Front was formed by students who were outraged at conditions in Nicaragua under Somoza. They were also outraged at consistent U.S. intervention in Nicaragua affairs. They united the workers and peasants to destroy the “present system of capitalist exploitation and oppression” being run by the Somoza government. They wanted to install a government that incorporated socialist ideas.

The Somoza government used torture, killings, and censorship of the press to combat the Sandinista National Liberation Front. They also refused to allow democratic elections.

The Sandinista National Liberation Front came to be in control of the entire country.
On 17 July 1979 Somoza resigned, giving control of the government to the revolutionary movement.

The Contras were the armed opponents of the Sandinista government in Nicaragua.
The Contras were formed in 1980 and they received financial and military support from the CIA.

By 1982 Contra forces had begun carrying out assassinations of members of the Nicaraguan government and they soon launched a major offensive. In December 1982 the U.S. Congress outlawed U.S. assistance to the Contras for the purpose of overthrowing the Nicaraguan government.

The Contras were then funded by drug trafficking, the fighting continued – all facilitated by the CIA.  75

On November 4 1984 an election was held in Nicaragua.
Daniel Ortega was the candidate for the Sandinista National Liberation Front.
Daniel Ortega easily won the election by receiving 67 per cent of the votes.

Opinion polls indicated that a majority of the U.S. public was not supportive of the Contras.

The American people have not been informed that the CIA was infiltrated by MI 6 agents.
They have not been informed about the atrocities the CIA has committed on behalf of MI 6.
And when they do learn about the atrocities they do not approve and won’t stand for it.

 

Conclusion

The slavemasters have engaged in slave-trafficking, drug-trafficking, instigating and financing needless wars, self-serving banking practices and self-serving business practices. They have caused death and suffering to hundreds of millions of people all around the world.

The slavemasters use their demented minions to do the dirty work and take the blame for it.
The Brothers of Light international bankers march to the drum of the British New World Order.

Ron Hubbard advocated that Scientologists should support the British New World Order.
The slavemasters and their demented minions are the worst sociopaths in the world.
Anyone advocating their agenda, or allying with them in any way, is supporting pure evil.

Sociopath – has a pattern of disregard for, and violation of, the welfare of others.

The slavemasters are parasitic sociopaths who profit from keeping others in a slave state.
They pin the label communist on any country that tries to free themselves from that abuse.
That is their cover story that hides why they are killing people and violating their rights.

This is what the slavemasters have continuously done throughout history, especially the British –
they go into another country and take that country’s resources for themselves.
Then they destroy anyone in that country who opposes them doing that.

There should be a law that no one can own anything in America who is not an American citizen.
The same goes for all nations in the world, only their citizens can own anything in their country.

Over and over the people in a country have tried to gain independence from the slavemasters.

The United States should not be helping the slavemasters to maintain their yoke on any nation.
The United States should help those countries to achieve their independence from slavemasters.

And help the people with what they need to live. They will love you for that.

Scientology Roots Table of Chapters


References

1. The Morgan-Honduras Loan by Juan E. Paredes – 1912 vol. 3
2. International Finance by Hartley Withers 1918
3. The American Cyclopaedia – authors George Ripley and Charles A. Dana – 1873
4. http://hansard.millbanksystems.com/commons/1875/feb/23/motion-for-a-select-committee-1
5. http://www.scribd.com/doc/24920114/Scientology-The-Light-of-the-Great-Fire
6. History of The Jews of Louisiana
7. The Bluefields Messenger, 1890 – http://www.manfut.org/RAAS/historia.html
8. The Revolutionary Mission; American Enterprise in Latin America, 1900-1945 by Thomas F. O’Brien
9. http://files.usgwarchives.net/la/orleans/bios/b-000024.txt
10. US genweb for Louisiana birth records
11. Wikipedia Encyclopedia
12. Reinterpreting the Banana Republic: region and state in Honduras, 1870-1972 by Darío A. Euraque
13. http://www.archive.org/stream/historyofjewsofl00jewi#page/98/mode/2up/search/straus
14. Nikola Tesla and John Jacob Astor, by Marc J. Seifer
15. New York Times, June 22, 1913 – Appraisement of Estate Reveals Astor’s Personality
16. The life story of J. Pierpont Morgan : a biography – published October 1911
17. J. Pierpont Morgan: An Intimate Portrait by Herbert L. Satterlee1939
18. New Columbia Encyclopedia
19. http://www.unitedfruit.org/keith.htm
20. The Revolutionary Mission; American Enterprise in Latin America, 1900-1945 by Thomas F. O’Brien
21. http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/lines/ufruit.htm
22. New York Times October 30, 1903
23. http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=9E02E5DC1630E733A25750C0A9679D946897D6CF
24. The Bluefields Messenger, 1890 – http://www.manfut.org/RAAS/historia.html
25. Book – Foundry, Volumes 29-30
26. http://files.usgwarchives.net/la/orleans/bios/k-000003.txt
27. http://alabamapioneers.com/index.php/Biographies-of-Notable-and-Not-so-Notable-
Alabama/Montgomery-County-Alabama.html
28. New Orleans and the New South by Andrew Morrison, published 1888
29. United States and Latin America: Dollar Diplomacy, Juan Leets, New Orleans 1912
http://www.archive.org/stream/unitedstateslati00leetrich/unitedstateslati00leetrich_djvu.txt
30. http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=9403E3D7113EE033A25754C0A9679D946897D6CF
31. Doing Business With the Dictators: A Political History of United Fruit in … By Paul J. Dosal
32. The Banana – The Fate of the Fruit That Changed the World by Dan Koeppel
33. http://www.history.navy.mil/danfs/h/hornet.htm
34. http://files.usgwarchives.net/la/orleans/bios/k-000003.txt
35. The Banana Men: American Mercenaries and Entrepreneurs in Central America by
Lester D. Langley, Thomas D. Schoonover
36. http://www.worldwar1.com/dbc/dreben.htm
37. Bananas: How the United Fruit Company Shaped the World By Peter Chapman
38. http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=56
39. Refunding the Foreign Debt of Honduras by Samuel MacClintock, The Journal of Political Economy, 99
Vol. 19, No. 3 (Mar., 1911), pp. 216-228 – http://www.jstor.org/pss/1820052
40. modern history project
41. BBC article
42. The Shaping of Psychiatry by War by John Rawlings Rees M.D.*

*The above is available in different formats through the Internet Archive, or you can download the PDF here: The Shaping of Psychiatry by War John Rees 1945

43. Good bye Lord I’m Going to New York: The Secret Life of Belle Mead’s William Harding Jackson by Vic Currier (2015)

44. By 1867 Honduras had been forty years in default on its portion of the loan made in 1825.

From 1867 to 1870, the Honduras would obtain three additional much larger loans.

The financial agent representing Honduras in obtaining these loans was Don Carlos Gutierrez. Bonds were issued as the means to obtaining the loans. These bonds were sold to investors in London and Paris. The Jewish bankers Bischoffsheim, Goldschmidt & Co. was contracted to sell the bonds. Another person assisted in selling these bonds – Charles Joachim Lefevre, agent for Rothschilds.

Although Honduras would default on the loans, Bischoffsheim, Goldschmidt & Co. and Charles Lefevre received their sizeable commissions and more. For example, in selling 408,460 pounds worth of the bonds, Lefevre, together with Bischoffsheim, Goldschmidt – received a commission of 51,852 pounds for doing so.

The first contracted loan was sold at the London stock exchange in 1867, the second was issued in Paris in 1868, and the third negotiated at the London stock exchange in 1870.

All of the loans were for building the first section of an Interoceanic railroad, the first section being 56 miles long. The first section was eventually completed but the railroad remained idle and useless since the other sections were not built. All of the loans were secured by the railway, railway revenues, and by all the domains and forests of the State of Honduras.

After the first two loans were obtained, a third loan was sought, and a fraud was committed to encourage investors to take it. A statement was published in a London newspaper that two ships had arrived in the West India Docks from Truxillo (Honduras) with cargoes of mahogany consigned to Bischoffsheim and Goldschmidt on account of the Honduras Railway Loan, and that two others were loading at Truxillo with similar cargoes on the same account. These cargoes were not cut by the Honduran government. It had bought them from timber merchants, and they were found to be of most inferior quality. The purchase of these cargoes and the announcement of their arrival, were intended to induce, and did induce, the public to believe that the Honduran forests were providing means for paying the interest upon the loan.

With the help of this fraud, the 1870 Honduras 10 per cent loan for 2,500,000 pounds was successfully issued.

The total of the loans made to Honduras was 5,398,570 pounds. The British bondholders were owed 4,800,000 pounds of that amount. Honduras was now deeply in debt to British and French bondholders, but its income was only 300,000.

While 4,800,000 pounds had been paid to the financial agents of Honduras through Messrs. Bischoffsheim and Goldschmidt, only 562,000 pounds was applied to the construction of the railway. The rest is lost sight of. The railway is in existence, but it is abandoned – it is useless; and as to the forests, not one piece of timber from the Honduras forests has ever come to Britain.

In November, 1870 Don Carlos Gutierrez acted for Costa Rica to obtain two loans. Bischoffsheim and Goldschmidt were again contracted for these loans. He introduced a loan of 1,000,000 pounds for which he received 720,500 pounds. In 1872 he introduced a loan for 2,000,000 pounds, or rather the State of Costa Rica authorized it, and a sum of 1,200,000 pounds was obtained; so that the State has obtained altogether the sum of 2,000,000 pounds. All the amount that we can find to have been sent to Costa Rica of that sum is 926,000 pounds, the rest has been detained from going there.

Although the Rothschild agent Lafevre’ had raised three successive loans for the railway, the company had crashed in 1872 with no more than 50 miles of track laid. Lefevre fled England with a million pounds and thumbed his nose at authorities from exile.

Honduras and Costa Rica defaulted on the loans. 1, 2, 3, 4

NY Times article August 12, 1875:

  • English Foreign Loans
  • States Swindling Each Other
  • How Money is Got in London For Central America
  • The profits and principles of some London Bankers
  • The Famous Bischoffsheim & Goldschmidt under investigation

Loan scam of British stock exchange by Honduran minister and Bischoffsheim & Goldschmidt –

“As the net result of these loans, Honduras made itself liable for a debt of $35,000,000, for which she obtained a section of a railway, fifty-three miles in length, which is abandoned and idle. A few payments were made on the principal and interest, out of the proceeds of the loans, and then all payments stopped.”

“If honesty were among these qualifications, it is obvious that Messrs. Bischoffsheim & Goldschmidt, and Mr. Charles Joachim Lefevre would not be eligible.”

Note –
The importance of these debts will become evident a little later on, when J.P. Morgan uses them as a lever against these countries. These loan debts are referred to in several ways, the British Bondholders, the Foreign Bondholders, the Foreign Debt, and the External Debt – to name a few.

Don Carlos Gutierrez

Jonathan Raphael Bischoffsheim

45. On 8 December 1864 Pope Pius IX put out an encyclical called The Syllabus of Errors (Latin: Syllabus Errorum). The Syllabus presented a list of “condemned propositions”. It went with an encyclical called Quanta Cura CONDEMNING CURRENT ERRORS put out on the same day, 8 December 1864.

In full context, this is what Pius IX said about it in Quanta Cura

From which totally false idea of social government they do not fear to foster that erroneous opinion, most fatal in its effects on the Catholic Church and the salvation of souls, called by Our Predecessor, Gregory XVI, an “insanity,” 2 viz., that

liberty of conscience and worship is each man’s personal right, which ought to be legally proclaimed and asserted in every rightly constituted society; and that a right resides in the citizens to an absolute liberty, which should be restrained by no authority whether ecclesiastical or civil, whereby they may be able openly and publicly to manifest and declare any of their ideas whatever, either by word of mouth, by the press, or in any other way.”

But, while they rashly affirm this, they do not think and consider that they are preaching “liberty of perdition;” 3 and that “if human arguments are always allowed free room for discussion, there will never be wanting men who will dare to resist truth, and to trust in the flowing speech of human wisdom; whereas we know, from the very teaching of our Lord Jesus Christ, how carefully Christian faith and wisdom should avoid this most injurious babbling.” 4

2 Gregory XVI, encyclical epistle “Mirari vos,” 15 August 1832.
3 same
4 St. Leo, epistle 14 (133), sect. 2, edit. Ball.


46. Jacob Weinberger was –

  • President of the Bluefields Steamship Co.
  • President of the Adler-Weinberger Steamship Co.
  • President of the Kelly-Page Co. Steamship Agents and Brokers
  • President Bluefields Wharf & Agency Co.
  • member T.M. Solomon & Co., Exporters
  • Secretary of the Nicaragua Electric Co.
  • President Bluefields Lumber Co.

William Adler was –

  • Director in Bluefields Steamship Company
  • member of [Abraham] A. Adler & Co. wholesale grocery importers/exporters
  • Director of The State National Bank
  • VP Schwartz Foundry   6

47. The Anglo-American Establishment by Carroll Quigley, professor of history

On June 2, 1877 Cecil Rhodes wrote his Confession of Faith.

Why should we not form a secret society with but one object the furtherance of the British Empire and the bringing of the whole uncivilised world under British rule for the recovery of the United States for the making the Anglo-Saxon race but one Empire.

On September 19, 1877, Cecil Rhodes drafted his first will. The first clause of the 1877 will bequeathed his wealth as follows:

To and for the establishment, promotion and development of a Secret Society, the true aim and object whereof shall be for the extension of British rule throughout the world… the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of the British Empire…

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Anglo American Establishment by Carroll Quigley, professor of history –

One wintry afternoon in February 1891, three men were engaged in earnest conversation in London. …these men were organizing a secret society that was …one of the most important forces in the formulation and execution of British imperial and foreign policy.

The three men who were thus engaged were already well known in England. The leader was Cecil Rhodes… The second was William T. Stead, the most famous …journalist of the day. The third was Reginald Baliol Brett, later known as Lord Esher, friend and confidant of Queen Victoria…

The three drew up a plan of organization for their secret society. The plan of organization provided for an inner circle, to be known as “The Society of the Elect,” and an outer circle, to be known as “The Association of Helpers.” Within The Society of the Elect, the real power was to be exercised by the leader, and a “Junta of Three.” The leader was to be Rhodes, and the Junta was to be William Stead, Reginald Brett, and Alfred Milner.

Cecil Rhodes …left his fortune to form a secret society, which was to devote itself to the preservation and expansion of the British Empire. …this secret society was created by Rhodes and his principal trustee, Lord Milner, and continues to exist to this day.

This society has been known at various times as Milner’s Kindergarten, as the Round Table Group… I have chosen to call it the Milner Group. Those persons who have used the other terms… have not generally been aware that all these various terms referred to the same Group.

The Milner Group could never have been built up by Milner’s own efforts. He had no political power or even influence. The power that was utilized by Milner and his Group was really the power of the Cecil family and its allied families…

Alfred Milner married into the Cecil family and he was the head of the secret society. 

See Cecil Rhodes Secret Society – Proof

48. Washington Valentine founded the Honduras Syndicate in 1892.  11
John Jacob Astor was part of the Honduras Syndicate.

On 20 July 1892 a contract is signed in Honduras that leases the First Section of the Intero-oceanic Railway to Washington Valentine and B.H. Van Auken, Jr., of New York, for two years. 1

1894 – Honduras – The Partido Liberal de Hondura (liberal party of Honduras) was led by Policarpo Bonilla, with the support of Nicaragua’s liberal President, José Santos Zelaya. Washington Valentine was friends with Zelaya. Bonilla assumed power in 1894. Bonilla worked with the Honduras Syndicate to improve conditions in Honduras. 11


On 24 September 1894 a contract was signed in Honduras that leased the First Section of the Inter-oceanic Railway to Washington Valentine for ten years. Honduras had defaulted on their loan to the British bondholders. The loan was secured by the First Section of the Inter-oceanic Railway, railroad revenues, and forests of Honduras. Washington Valentine was infringing on the pledged security for the British loans.

Honduras train - MaquinaHonduras train

In 1895 Policarpo Bonilla was elected to a four-year term as President of Honduras.

John Jacob Astor IV and Washington Valentine are partners in the Honduras Syndicate.
They were assisting Honduras by offering to:

  • finish constructing all three sections of the Inter-oceanic Railroad
  • settle the Honduras foreign debt
  • establish a bank in Honduras

1895 – December 24 – The Contract of Lease of 1894 with Washington Valentine was transferred to the Honduras Railroad Company – a New Jersey Corporation, formed by: Washington S. Valentine, George S. Scott, Barret H. Van Auken, Jr., James B. Houston, J. Dobson Good, James T. Worthington, Stillman Gray, and Charles H. Johnson.

1896 – March 19 – Contract with the Honduras Railroad Company for the construction of the Interoceanic Railroad and settlement of the External Debt. This Claim is the result of the following Contracts which the Government of Honduras made for the operation and reconstruction of the First Section of the Interoceanic Railway, the construction of Sections Second and Third, and the settlement of the Inter-Oceanic Railway Bonds – commonly called “The External Debt”.

1896 – March 28 – Appointment of George I. Scott, of New York, as Financial Agent of Honduras to arrange the External Debt.

1897 – March 27 Contract with the Honduras Syndicate for the construction of the Interoceanic Railway, settlement of the External Debt, and the establishment of a Bank for the collection of Custom Duties.

The Contract of 1896 with the Honduras Railroad Company was transferred to the Honduras Syndicate, a New York Corporation, formed by: John Jacob Astor, George S. Scott, Chauncey M. Depew, Nathaniel A. Prentiss, W. Seward Webb, Benjamin F. Tracy, J.G. McCullough, Frederic B. Jennings, , Charles McVeigh and Melville E. Ingalls, Jr.

The Additional Article to the Contract of 1897 with the Honduras Syndicate reads as follows:

“The Honduras Railroad Company, through its General Agent, W.S. Valentine, agrees that all its interests in the present Lease of the First Section of the Railway from Port Cortes to La Pimients shall be effectively transferred to the Syndicate, under terms agreed upon between said Company and the Syndicate, and in consequence thereof it accepts the responsibilities incurred by the leased Section, likewise the Leasing Contract itself, on the terms specified in this Agreement.

It further declares that the Honduras Railroad Company not having fulfilled the obligations imposed upon it by the Concession which it obtained from the government, within the past few years, approved by Legislative Decree No. 76, said Contract is hereby annulled, and by virtue thereof there remain to said Company no rights under it.”   1

1897 – April 5 Commercial Bank of Honduras, as per Contract, gets established with 500,000 in GOLD.

Note –
After Astor died, an article regarding Astor’s estate appears in the New York Times:

New York Times, June 22, 1913
Appraisement of Estate Reveals Astor’s Personality

Two hundred and fifty shares of the Commercial Bank of Honduras, of a par value of $2,500. “The charter of that bank has been revoked by the Government of Honduras. They have no assets. It also has been carried on the books of Col. Astor as valueless for some years.”

49. The revolutionary of choice to be used in Cuba was José Martí.
Jose Marti advocated Cuban financial and political autonomy.

In early 1895, Martí launched a three-pronged invasion of the island. The plan was to provoke an indigenous revolution. The expected revolution was not the grand show of force Martí had anticipated. A quick victory was not obtained, so the revolutionaries settled in to fight a protracted guerrilla campaign.

The Spanish response was swift and decisive. Cánovas del Castillo, the prime minister of Spain, ordered General Arsenio Martínez de Campos to quell the revolt. Campos’s method of containing the revolt earned him ridicule in the Spanish press. So, General Campos was replaced by General Valeriano Weyler y Nicolau, a soldier who had proven himself able to quash rebellions. Nicolau’s strategy was to deprive the insurgency of weaponry, supplies and assistance by ordering the residents of some Cuban districts to relocate themselves in re-concentration camps. While this strategy was brutally effective at slowing the spread of rebellion, it had the unwelcome effect of stirring indignation in the United States.

50. Between 1895-1898, Joseph Pulitzer of the New York World and William Randolph Hearst of the New York Journal played up news of Spanish atrocities in Cuba and of Spain’s use of concentration camps and brutal military force to quash the “Cubans’ rebellion”. It was not really a “Cuban rebellion”, it was Jewish banker profiteering.

Pulitzer and Hearst drew the nation into the Spanish-American War with sensationalist stories or outright lying. Hearst became a war hawk after a rebellion broke out in Cuba in 1895. Stories of Cuban virtue and Spanish brutality soon dominated his front page. Some of the alleged atrocities were fictional. Example:

spaniards search women

Male Spanish officials strip search an American woman tourist in Cuba looking for messages from rebels; front page from Hearst.

51. 1896 was an election year for President of the United States.

William McKinley was the Republican candidate, Jennings Bryan was the Democrat candidate.

The Democratic party wanted silver and gold coins as the currency for the country.
The banker oligarchy – Morgan, Rothschild etc. – was pushing for a gold standard only.

When Mr. Morgan met the reporters he gave them an interview on the monetary system and politics in which he said:

“The dominating question is the currency problem. If that is settled satisfactorily Europe will buy our securities. If it is not, she won’t. That is all there is to be said. By a satisfactory settlement of the currency I mean a decision that this country will maintain the single gold standard.”

Morgan made a secret move to get William McKinley to be the bankers man

In Cleveland, Ohio, there was a young president of a big savings bank, named Myron T. Herrick, who was a personal friend for years of William McKinley, and of Mark Hanna of Cleveland. Mr. Hanna believed that McKinley would be a good presidential candidate.

Herrick was very much in favor of committing the Republican Party to the gold standard, so as to force the Democrats to come out squarely with a Silver candidate on a Silver platform. Mr. Herrick and Mr. Hanna go to see Morgan about this.

Morgan reminded Herrick that the Republican platform should come out strongly for the single gold standard, and that the candidate should stand squarely on it.

Morgan tells Hanna some facts concerning the monetary system of the country and the absolute necessity of maintaining the financial reputation of our Government abroad and of providing the means for the continued flow of gold from that side of the Atlantic to this. He was convinced that Mr. Morgan was right. No one but the parties to it knew of this important conference until years afterward.

So, in order to save the REPUTATION of the U.S. with the bankers – The Republican Convention was held and on 19 June 1896, due to Hanna and Herrick, McKinley was nominated, on a platform that contained an unequivocal gold plank. 17

McKinley_on_gold_coin
John D Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, and J.P. Morgan found common ground in 1896 and literally, in the opinion of many historians, bought the Presidency for William McKinley.  43

52. On February 15, 1898, the USS Maine mysteriously exploded and sank, causing the deaths of 266 men. 11

At the time of the mysterious sinking of the USS Maine, Morgan and associates had access to a radio-controlled detonation device, used to explode a bomb from a distance. That device could have been used to sink the U.S.S. Maine, to start the war.

Nikola Tesla had displayed wireless motors before the Institute of Electrical Engineers in 1892.
He believed the military would want such things as radio-controlled torpedoes.

At the Electrical Exposition, held at Madison Square Garden in May 1898, Tesla demonstrated a remote control boat. By remote control Tesla could start, stop, propel, steer and put lights on or off.

At the same Electrical Exposition,Guglielmo Marconi demonstrated a wireless detonation system. By means of a bomb planted on board an enemy ship, and a simple button placed in the hands of an operator, “Spanish ships” were blown to smithereens.

Marconi was under the thumb of Morgan. This means Morgan and pals had access to a remote-controlled detonation device when the USS Maine mysteriously blew up.

53. May 5 1900 – Contract with the Honduras Syndicate for the construction of the Interoceanic Railway, cancelling the Contract of 1897.

The first and final article of the Contract of 1900 reads as follows:

“Article 1. The Government and the Syndicate formally agree to consider as absolutely ended the Contract regarding the Interoceanic Railroad, the settlement of the Foreign Debt, and the establishment of a bank, celebrated on March 27, 1897, and approved by Decree No. 120 issued by the National Congress of Honduras on April 5th of the same year.”

[Congress neither approved nor disapproved the extension of time granted, the Government permitted the Syndicate to keep possession of the Railway. Even though the British Consul protested this on behalf of the Foreign Bondholders, this did not affect the Syndicate’s possession and exploitation of the Railway.]

And the Stockholders are the following:

  • John Jacob Astor
  • Washington S. Valentine
  • George S. Scott
  • W.B. Scott
  • Charles H. Scott
  • Henry L. Sprague
  • Hon. Chauncey M. Depew, U.S. Senator
  • Gen. Benjamin F. Tracy, Ex-Secretary of the Navy
  • Gen. John D. McCullough, Governor of the State of Vermont
  • Gen. Thomas J. Watson
  • Nathaniel A. Prentiss
  • Frederic B. Jennings
  • J.A. Govett
  • William Radcliffe
  • Duncan B. Copper
  • Charles H. Johnson
  • John Carstensen
  • Dr. W. Seward Webb, President of the Rutland Railroad Company’ Estate of H. Walter Webb (First Vice-President of the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Co.)

1900 – June The Honduras Syndicate obtained from the Government of Honduras a concession and contract which, among many other things, leases for twenty-five years (with privilege of extension of time), the First Section of the so-called Interoceanic Railroad from its connection with the leased section in Pimienta to the Bay of Fonseca on the Pacific, with the right of way and other valuable concessions of lands and other kind.

March 7, 1902 – Decree granting extension of time for one year to the Honduras Syndicate to fulfill its obligations. 1

54. On 21 March 1898 – Formal Protest by the Council of Foreign Bondholders through R.J. Maclachlan, Britain’s Consul in Honduras, says amount owed them including interest through July 1897 is 16,908,164 pounds sterling.

On 19 May 1898 – Policarpo Bonilla, President of Honduras, answers Britain, but basically won’t do anything about their protests.

55. The U.S. Minister to Honduras, Philip Brown, writes a letter to the Honduras government.

Full text of the letter –

Under instructions from my Government, which I have just received by telegraph, I have the honour and pleasure to inform the Government of Honduras that the firm of J.P. Morgan & Co. has informed my Government that they are prepared to agree in the arrangement of the Foreign Debt of Honduras, the delivery of the Railway and Wharf of Puerto Cortes, and the advancement of a substantial amount for internal improvements which may be necessary, acquiring new Bonds which must be duly secured.

Messr.s Morgan & Co. have notified my Government that the Council of Foreign Bondholders had accepted the proposal of Morgan & Co., who now have control of the British and American securities, including the Railway and Wharf, and that the Council of Foreign Bondholders, acting in behalf of the holders of the Bonds, have informed the British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of the foregoing, and that the Secretary of State of Foreign Affairs having cordially approved the new project, has, by request of the Council of Bondholders, given notice to Minister Carden of the change in the situation.

I have instructions to manifest that if the Government of Honduras would send a special agent to the United States with full powers to negotiate with Morgan & Co., the Government of the United States would extend to him all facilities.

I beg to add that the Government of the United States feels itself happy to see, in the said proposals, the prospect of a good result and for a settlement upon a favourable basis for the amortization of the National Debt, which would be for the prosperity, tranquility and National strength of Honduras.

Tegucigalpa, July 17, 1909

(Signed) Philip Brown 1

56. In 1909 the Costa Rica Government was approached by the US State Department with an agreement from a “syndicate of bankers” of New York (J.P. Morgan & Company) to “settle the foreign debt” and a new loan; the principal condition being the delivery of the Custom Houses to collectors to be named by the President of the United States. They did not approve, but the same contract was entered into with Minor C. Keith, it just didn’t mention the US government as one of the contracting parties now. (Since the 1890’s Minor Cooper Keith (United Fruit) had worked as the main negotiator of the Costa Rica foreign debt with English banks.)

57. American armed forces landed at the Bluefields, Nicaraguan on 28 November 1909

New York Tribune, December 6, 1909 –

American armed forces landed yesterday at the Nicaraguan port Bluefields, according to a dispatch sent by an insurgent, Col. F. Golarza, to G. Spencer Holland

58. The following are connections between IOBB members in New Orleans who were involved in capitalizing on Central America natural resources for their personal profits – such as lumber, sugar, tobacco, fruits, etc. They used the people in Central America as slave labor. And they overthrew any President in Central America who tried to change all that.

Jacob and Charles Weinberger owned the Bluefields Banana Company in Nicaragua.
They renamed it the Bluefields Steamship Company.
Jacob was a member of the IOBB in New Orleans.

United Fruit owned a large number of shares in the Bluefields Steamship Company.
This conglomerate was controlling almost the entire fresh fruit market.

Jacob Weinberger was Secretary of the Nicaragua Electric Company.
Jacob was President of the Bluefields Lumber Company.

Jacob Weinberger was also President of the Adler-Weinberger Steamship Company.
It was a leading factor in tropic fruit and Central American business.  6, 8, 24

William Adler was a Director in Bluefields Steamship Company.
Adler was also vice president of Schwartz Foundry Company.  6
A foundry melts metals and pours the molten metal into molds to make products.

Nathan S. Stern had worked at Schwartz Foundry Company for 18 years as of 1906.

In 1906 The Stern Foundry & Machinery Co., New Orleans, was incorporated with 100k.
Nathan S. Stern was President of The Stern Foundry & Machinery Co.  25

Nathan S. Stern was married to Bertha Kaufman, they lived in New Orleans.
Her father was Charles Kaufman, a member of the Independent Order B’nai B’rith.  26

Charles Kaufman’s daughter, Viola Kaufman, wed Stanford M. Beer, of New Orleans. 9

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Nathan S. Stern is important because in 1910 he bought a ship that was used to bring mercenaries and guns to the so-called “revolutionaries” in Central American countries. The ship was the Hornet, and its ownership was then transferred to Joseph Beer, member of the IOBB.

Ferdinand Beer and his son Joseph Wolf Beer were both members of the IOBB.

Ferdinand Beer died in 1909, his sons Joseph Beer and Alfred Victor Beer took over his company.  7, 9, 10

Ferdinand Beer owned the New Orleans & Central American Trading Company, one of the most aggressive in Central American trade. His Central American headquarters was in Bluefields, Nicaragua. When Ferdinand Beer died on Jan. 22, 1909, his sons Joseph W. Beer and Alfred Victor Beer managed the business until it had been fully liquidated.

Then Joseph Beer entered the same line of business on his own account. Alfred Victor Beer entered the export and commission business – A.V. Beer, Inc. Both gentlemen maintaining offices and general headquarters in New Orleans.

Alfred Beer enjoys the distinction of being Danish consul to Nicaragua. 9, 10, 24

Joseph W. Beer was married to Beulah Strauss, daughter of Leopold Strauss.

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Leopold Strauss worked for Lehman, Durr & Co., owned by Emanuel and Mayer Lehman of New York. 27, 28
The Lehmans were members of Temple Emanu-el.

59. Juan J. Estrada was governor on the Nicaraguan coast. Estrada declared against Zelaya and led a revolution.
IOBB members who had businesses on the Nicaraguan coast at Bluefields financed Estrada’s “revolution”.

Quote from a New York Times article on September 10, 1912:

In the course of an interview with a Times reporter yesterday, Ex-President Estrada, of Nicaragua, who is stopping at the Hotel St. George, Brooklyn… Mr. Estrada was frank enough to admit that the revolution headed by him which overthrew Zelaya had received financial aid from certain American companies established on the Atlantic coast of Nicaragua. He said these companies had contributed something close to $1,000,000. The house of Joseph W. Beers was in for $200,000, and that of Samuel Weil for about $150,000.
(Joseph Beers was an IOBB member.)

60. In 1912 the Morgan loan to Honduras is in the US legislature for approval. Attempted cover-up by Morgan to deflect the justified attacks on his new “loan arrangement” with the Honduras. Morgan’s name is removed from the bill, and a Bank of the South and a Banker of the North are “substituted” for Morgan’s name.

The bank of the south was the Whitney Bank –
Charles Godchaux, a Jew, was president of Whitney Central National Bank and Whitney Central Trust and Savings Bank, which had acquired the Morgan State Bank, in 1911. 6, 9

Quote from The Morgan-Honduras Loan by Juan E. Paredes:

“We have submitted the proofs to the fair-minded people of the United States, and have appealed to their sense of justice to support us in our fight against greediness and extortion, when they, too, are fighting against the same money power, and made clearly to see the great injustice of converting into trusts the trade and resources of the small countries of Central America for the benefit of the Wall Street potentates.

Although at the fifty-ninth minute of the eleventh hour the State Department has withdrawn from the Senate Morgan’s name andsubstituted it with a Bank of the South and a Banker of the North, in order to checkmate the attacks against the Morgan-Honduras Loan Scheme, the situation has not changed, because Honduras has not changed her attitude on the Bondholders’ Agreement with Morgan; neither on the American Claims.”

61. In 1913 the Federal Reserve Act and income tax law was passed in American Congress.

The American people had their attention directed away from the Personal Income Tax Law.

The Underwood-Simmons Tariff Act proposed to put taxes on the sale of dozens of items, one of which was bananas. However, part of this act was also levying a true personal income tax for the first time. The public was whipped into a furor by the press over the “outrage” of making their beloved bananas more expensive by the evil money-grubbing government.

In 1913, in a truly astounding display of “don’t look there, look over here” tactic, the enactment of a true personal income tax passed right on through the US legislature, because of a banana “furor” show for the public.

United Fruit lead the cast of characters in this soap opera for the American public, complete with impassioned pleas from the National Housewives League. On July 13, the New York Times says that the banana was not only a staple food – and it was amoral to tax such – but also one of the few genuine pleasures available to the common man: “They are entitled to their little luxuries exactly because they are poor.” (Adolph Och, member of Temple Emanu-el, owns the New York Times.)

So…while everyone is looking at all that, nobody looks at what else is in that Act, and were led to all heave a collective sigh of “relief” that the dearly beloved banana had it’s tax “defeated” by our United Fruit heroes. Meanwhile, look what slipped through. Because of course, if the public had been TOLD about the personal income tax, and what that’s going to do to their weekly grocery money, nobody would have given a damn about banana taxes.

Personal income tax makes the bankers many times richer than bananas, or a tax on them, ever could. Most of the money from collection of personal income tax goes towards paying the national debt to the bankers. That is the true purpose of this tax and why the international bankers wanted this tax levied on the American people. Currently, personal income tax is around 33-50% of a person’s annual income. Without that burden on a family, think of what that would do for their life and the economy!

And, guess what else the U.S. government could do to help? They could stop hiding Tesla’s research into free electricity and use it to provide everyone with free electricity. There are many ways the U.S government could help to improve things if it actually represented the people, rather than acting in the interests of the international bankers.

62. George Westinghouse: gentle genius by Quentin R. Skrabec, Jr., Quentin R. Skrabec

Morgan and his Round Table banker pals had a controlling ownership in all the major industry in America…

63. The Anglo-American Establishment by Carroll Quigley, professor of history

Walter Phillimore… became an important member of the Milner Group (Round Table).

…and in 1918 drew up one of the two British drafts for the Covenant of the League of Nations.

The other draft, known as the Cecil Draft, was attributed to Lord Robert Cecil…

…in 1918-1919 Lord Robert Cecil became the chief government spokesman for a League of Nations…

The Anglo-American Establishment by Carroll Quigley –

When it became clear in 1920 that the United States had no intention of underwriting Britain and instead would revert to her prewar isolationism, the bitterness of disappointment in the Milner Group [Round Table] were beyond bounds.

By the March 1920 issue, the full bitterness of the Group on this last point became evident. It said:

“The League has failed to secure the adhesion of one of its most important members, The United States, and is very unlikely to secure it… This situation presents a very serious problem for the British Empire. …we have looked to the League to provide us with the machinery for United British action in foreign affairs.”

Philip Kerr was… at the very center of the Milner Group. …the whole inner core of the Milner Group began a campaign to undermine the treaty, the League of Nations, and the whole peace settlement. Why did they do this?

…in the opinion of the Milner Group, was the fact that their plan to use the League of Nations as a method of tying the Dominions more closely to the United Kingdom had failed and, instead, the Covenant “gave the Dominions the grounds, or rather the excuse, to avoid closer union with the United Kingdom….”

In spite of this complete disillusionment with the League, the Milner Group still continued to keep a firm grip on as much of it as Britain could control.

The ability of the Milner Group to mobilize public opinion in regard to the League of Nations is almost beyond belief. It was not a simple task, since they were simultaneously trying to do two things: on the one hand, seeking to build up popular opinion in favor of the League so that its work could be done more effectively; and, at the same time, seeking to prevent influential people from using the League as an instrument of world government before popular opinion was ready for a world government.

64. In January 1924, López Gutiérrez, President of Honduras, announced his intention to remain in office until new elections could be held, but he repeatedly refused to specify a date for the elections.

General Tiburcio Carías Andino, candidate of the National Party of Honduras, reportedly with the support of United Fruit, declared himself president, and an armed conflict broke out.

In February the United States, warning that recognition would be withheld from anyone coming to power by revolutionary means, suspended relations with the López Gutiérrez government for its failure to hold elections.

.On February 28, a pitched battle took place in La Ceiba between government troops and rebels. U.S. marines were landed in Honduras. General Carías and a variety of other rebel leaders controlled most of the countryside but failed to coordinate their activities effectively enough to seize the capital.

Gutiérrez died in March 1924, suffering from diabetes, after a failed attempt to escape to the United States for insulin treatment.

More U.S. forces invaded Honduras to “protect American interests” by controlling the outcome of an election in favor of U.S. corporate interests. The corporate interests were bananas, those represented big money, especially to a company called United Fruit. Due to the use of slave labor on the banana plantations, the profit was 1000 per cent. So, our army gets sent to Honduras because of bananas.

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The United States government dispatched Sumner Welles to the port of Amapala; he had instructions to try to produce a settlement. An agreement was worked out that provided for an interim presidency headed by General Vicente Tosta. Presidential elections were to be held, and on December 28 Miguel Paz Barahona was elected president.

65. A New York Times article published in 1924 implied that the reign of United Fruit would be remembered as a pinnacle of human achievement. The story, headlined “Lowly Banana Rebuilds an Empire,” described the presence of U.S. enterprises in Central America as “the rehabilitation of an ancient empire . . . that flourished long before Columbus.” The story continued: “The opening up of the humid lowlands of Central America by the new seaports, railroads, and banana plantations of the United Fruit Company is more than a story of business faith and commercial enterprise. It is a demonstration of empire building with a new ingredient capable of correcting the mistakes of the past.” [referring to the preservation of the Mayan ruins found in 1912 by United Fruit Company during jungle clearing]

66. The Reckoning Chapter Seven British Nobility Orchestrated Nazi Germany

67. BBC news

68. Blowback by Christopher Simpson

69. Wikipedia Encyclopedia

70. NATO’s Secret Armies: Operation GLADIO and Terrorism in Western Europe by Daniele Ganser  here

71. After World War II the plotters and planners needed to find a new fear for manipulating the people and justifying military build-ups. Miles Copeland wrote a book about his career with the CIA. In his book he tells about a party he attended after World War II ended –

…I was little more than a fly on the wall at Washington social occasions, opening my mouth only to ask the occasional question, but I was all ears.

At one of the Lawtons’ parties… I asked, ‘Suppose we were to drop the whole idea of intelligence services, and struggle along with none at all, what would the country lose?‘

My question was received merely politely by most of the guests, but one of them, General John Magruder, took it seriously.

General Magruder went on to say that he’d spent the past month talking intelligence organization in high places… The top people in the Departments of State, army, navy and air force were busily concocting dangers that would justify increases in their respective budgets

‘No one,’ Magruder said in answer to my question, ‘is asking what, realistically, we Americans have to fear in the post-war world.’

Before President Truman publicly took a stand against Soviet advances in his “Truman Doctrine” speech of 12 March 1947, there was no mention at all of the Soviets in the various directives and planning papers that guided our activities.

Miles Copeland

Two fears were chosen –

Fear of Russia and communism
Fear of Nuclear War

Those artificially manufactured fears were used to justify the most atrocious actions taken by the CIA.

The Game Player by Miles Copeland –

pearl harbor was intentional and choosing the new 'enemy' - Game Player by Miles Copeland-3
72. I found a website in Italian that gives us a partial list of P-2 members in 1981 (from when the press exposed it), but there is more.

List of P2 members found in 1981

* Michele Sindona, banker linked to the Mafia
* Roberto Calvi, the “Banker of God”
* Antonio d’Ali, owner of Banca Sicula (his son, Antonio D’Ali, senator of Trapani, presented in the lists of Forza Italia)
* Silvio Berlusconi, a businessman and Prime Minister of Italy
* Victor Emmanuel, Prince of Naples
* Antonio Amato, Cagliari
* General Vito Miceli, chief of SIOS (Servizio Informazioni), espionage service of the Italian Army since 1969 and head of the SID from October 18 1970 to 1974. Arrested in 1975 on charges of “conspiracy against the State” investigations about Rosa dei venti, a state group infiltrated the strategy of tension, which then became a member of the MSI.
* Aldo Alasia, Buenos Aires
* Luis Alberto Betti, Buenos Aires
* Antonio Calvin, Buenos Aires
* Cesar De la Vega, Argentina
* Raul Alberto Lastiri, interim president of Argentina from July 13, 1973 to October 12, 1973
* Emilio Massera, with Orlando Ramon Agosti and Jorge Rafael Videla, was part of 1976-1978 of the first military junta during Process of National Reorganization in Argentina
* Jose Lopez Rega, Minister of Social Welfare in Argentina during Peron, founder of the “Triple A” (Anti-Communist Alliance Argentina) [death-squads]
* Alberto Vignes, Minister of Argentina
* Carlos Alberto Corti, Admiral Argentina
* Maurizio Costanzo, Italian journalist and television presenter in many programs Mediaset (Berlusconi’s commercial television)
* Franco Di Bella, director of the Corriere della Sera
* Angelo Rizzoli, the owner of Corriere della Sera, current film producer
* Tassan Din, director general of the Corriere della Sera
* Massimo Donelli, director of TV Sole 24 h
* Paolo Mosca, former director of “Domenica del Corriere”
* Gino Nebiolo, former director of Tg1, then director of the RAI in Montevideo
* Franco Colombo, former correspondent of RAI in Paris, aspiring to the P2, now vice president of the society in charge of Tunel Montblanc
* Fabrizio Cicchitto, former member of PSI, now in Forza Italia
* Alberto Sensini, P2 applicant
* Roberto Memmo, who did much to Michele Sindona, now director of Fondazione Memmo per l’art and culture in Palazzo Ruspoli in Rome
* Rolando Picchioni, ex-deputy of the Christian Democrats, now secretary of Salone del libro di Torino.
* Giancarlo Elia Valori, the only member of P2 that had been expelled (possibly because he tried to have a bigger role Licio Gelli), now president of the Associazione Industriali di Roma
* Roberto Gervaso, Italian writer and journalist
* Italo Poggiolini, Italian Colonel
* Giovambattista Palumbo
* Pietro Musumeci, General Italian
* Twll Dydindi Pharoh
* Giuseppe Siracusano
* Giovanni Allavena
* Franco Picchioni
* Giulio Grassini
* Antonio Labruna, Italian Colonel
* Manlio of Gaudio, Italian Colonel
* Giuseppe Santovito, General Italian
* Renato Giuseppe Croce, Italian judge
* Giovanni Palai, judge Italiano
* Walter Pelosi (director of CESIS of 1978-1981)
* Gustavo Selva, a journalist and member of the National Alliance
* Pietro Longo, secretary of PSDI
* Publio Fiori, a member of the Christian Democrat party, transferred to the National Alliance in 1994, minister of the Berlusconi government
* Antonio Martino, Minister Berlusconi government (would-P2)
* Duilio Poggiolini, former health minister PLI
* Massimo de Carolis, of the Christian Democrats in 1970, now a member of Forza Italia, president of the municipal council of Milan by Berlusconi
* Angelo de Carolis, political
* Mario Tedeschi, political
* Enrico Manca, socialist politician
* Pierluigi Accornero, entrepreneur
* Mario Lebole, entrepreneur
* Jorge de Souza, Brazil
* Pedro dos Santos, Brazil
* Claudio Perez Barruna, Costa Rica
* Osvaldo Brama, Dakar
* Guido Walking, USA
* Randolph K. Stone, Los Angeles, USA
* Hatz Olah, Melbourne, Australia

– Google translate of La logia masónica en el Vaticano: P2 (Propaganda Due) posted on 26 April 2014 by Raul

73. John Foster Dulles applied Bernays’ plan of accusing Guatemala of being communist because of their “extreme nationalism”. Here he is live, on video saying exactly that –

Ike Eisenhower’s secretary was married to the head of United Fruit’s Public Relations Department.

The CIA then conducted Pyschological warfare operations in concert with Bernays. A radio station called La Voz de la Revolucion featured music, comedies, and propaganda from “deep in the jungle”, according to its broadcasts but it was actually being beamed from Miami – using United Fruits’ tropical radio network. Fake obituaries claiming that Arbenz had committed suicide were published in United Fruit controlled newspapers. Rebel planes flew low over the capital. It worked. The Guatemalan army numbered nearly five thousand men and on the night of June 18, “thousands” of soldiers and citizens were joining the just a few hundred so-called “liberators” as they marched toward Guatemala City.

74. The bloodbath in Guatemala by CIA dictators has continued without ceasing –

To counter-act the Mayans, during the Johnson presidency, the Green Berets were sent to Guatemala to transform its Army into a modern counter-insurgency force and to conduct a Vietnam-style war. That is the origin of what is referred to as the “killing machine” that still operates in Guatemala today.

Death squads were started during this period. The squads had lists of people that were “suspected communists”, or who opposed the existing system. They were hunted down and killed.

The money men wanted still more, so they prodded the military to take measures to establish a US base for counterinsurgency (counter-revolutionary) actions, in order to maintain cheap labor for the landowners and U.S. corporations, and to “preserve the System”.

The police, the army, and the death squads, were all armed and trained by the CIA.

Guerrillas, peasants, students, labor leaders, and professional persons were jailed by the thousands by the Guatemala military. And thousands more, just trying to live and overcome their poverty and the massive injustices occurring – simply “disappeared.”

Journalists, lawyers, teachers, members of opposition parties, and anyone who expressed sympathy for the anti-government cause were simply machine-gunned down. If anyone tried to improve the peasants situation, they were subjected to torture, mutilation, and death.

So, by the end of 1968, the guerrillas had been wiped out.

But still it did not end. The CIA had links with a Guatemala Army unit, the G2, that maintained a network of torture centers and body dump sites throughout Guatemala and has killed thousands. G2 – a group of 2,000 elite Guatemalan Army Intelligence officers. Operating out of the U.S. Embassy, CIA undercover agents, secretly working with the G-2 have trained, advised, armed, and equipped these officers to do their viciously barbaric crimes.

In the 80’s General Efrain Rios Montt, a graduate of the School of the Americas (SOA), at Fort Benning, Georgia, came to power in a 1982 coup. He was one of the most savage of Guatemalan dictators – and that’s saying something. During the 17 months of Rios Montt’s “Christian” campaign, 400 villages were destroyed, 10,000 to 20,000 Indians were killed, and over 100,000 fled to Mexico.

In 1995, US policy toward Guatemala was driven by the unprecedented public attention to the plight of US citizen Jennifer Harbury, the wife of disappeared guerrilla leader Efrain Bamaca. In 1992, Bamaca was captured and murdered. His wife Jennifer (who was an attorney), waged an impassioned campaign to find her husband and bring his killers to justice. The scandal revealed a secret policy that for many years had made all but irrelevant Washington’s public postures on human rights in Guatemala. In the cascade of revelations, it became clear the CIA had secretly provided millions of dollars in assistance to Guatemala’s G-2 unit, even after the U.S. government cut off overt military aid and sales in 1990.

The revelation by Jennifer Harbury of the ClA’s complicity in the deaths of her husband and the US citizen Michael DeVine has led to a campaign to declassify documents held by US security and intelligence agencies.

75. The Reckoning Chapter Eight    Sabotaging America by Drug Trafficking

76. Here’s a United Fruit propaganda film called About Bananas by Castle Films in 1935.