Scientology Roots Chapter Twenty Four – British Slavemasters Instigated Communism

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Thomas Jefferson correctly identified the British nobility as the enemy of mankind –

The individuals of the nation [Britain] I have ever honored and esteemed… but I consider their government as the most flagitious [villainous] which has existed since the days of Philip of Macedon, whom they make their model.

It is not only founded in corruption itself, but insinuates the same poison into the bowels of every other, corrupts it’s councils, nourishes factions, stirs up revolutions, and places it’s own happiness in fomenting commotions and civil wars among others, thus rendering itself truly the hostis humani generis.

-Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, Polar Forest November 25 – 1816 Jefferson Cyclopedia

hostis humani generis  = the enemy of the human race

Hostis Humani Generis 3

Remember that very accurate description of the British nobility that Thomas Jefferson gave –

founded in corruption itself …insinuates the same poison into the bowels of every other
corrupts it’s councils
nourishes factions
stirs up revolutions
fomenting commotions and civil wars among others
thus rendering itself truly the hostis humani generis

Since the days of Queen Elizabeth, that is the daily work of the British slavemasters.

I would add one more thing to that list – they are a parasite on the economy of other nations. They take the natural resources of other nations for their own personal profits, leaving the people of those nations in economic hardship.

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Communism is another case of the British nobility arranging a conflict that kills millions of people.

Socialism/communism was a British operation that had its root beginnings in England.

Feudalism was a system in place during the Middle Ages, about 400 to 1500. The social classes were nobility, clergy and peasantry. The king owned the land. Beneath the king was an hierarchy of nobles who the king granted to be landowners. The peasants swore allegiance to a nobleman for the right to live on his land and they provided various services to the nobleman.

The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufacturing processes between 1760 and 1870. This transition included going from hand production methods to machines. The bulk of the population suffered severe reductions in their living standards.

The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain and spread from there. Britain was the leader because it had the financial resources from its many overseas colonies and profits from the British slave trade to invest in industrial development.

Feudalism was replaced by Capitalism when bankers, merchants and industrialists – the bourgeoisie – began to emerge as the owners of property and the means of production. The majority of the people are in the working class – the proletariat – who live by selling their labor to the bourgeoisie.

In Capitalism, the owners of the means of production become wealthy, while the working class have a mediocre existence.

Robert Owen was a social reformer and one of the founders of socialism – aka the cooperative movement.

Robert_OwenRobert Owen

By 1793, Robert Owen was a mill manager in Manchester, England. In January 1810, Owen became a manager and part owner of cotton mills in New Lanark.

Manchester,_EnglandManchester is east of Liverpool, New Lanark is south of Glasgow

The British slavemasters had long promoted the false idea that the mind of man is a blank slate – and that you can shape a man by writing whatever you want onto that slate. Robert Owen was a British propaganda man who continued to forward the blank slate idea. He wrote four essays that began appearing in 1813.

Owen said that man had no personality, no character at all, and that on this blank slate, circumstances form his character. Owen concluded that “the great secret in the right formation of man’s character” is to place him under the proper influences – physical, moral and social – from his earliest years.  5

Owen said the cause of distress was the competition of human labor with machinery, and that the only effective remedy was the united action of men and the subordination of machinery. He proposed that communities of about 1,200 persons should be settled on 1,500 acres of land, all living in one large square building, with public kitchen. Each family should have its own private apartments. The children would not be brought up by their parents, they would be brought up by the community.

In these cooperative communities work, and the enjoyment of its results, should be in common. He proposed a life of complete equality in regards to wages in which each person would receive according to their needs. While mainly agricultural, it should possess all the best machinery, should offer every variety of employment, and should be self-contained. These cooperative communities should be united until they include the whole world.

By 1835, Manchester was the first and greatest industrial city in the world. The working class lived in poverty and Manchester was the scene of bread and labor riots.

Manchester is regarded as the birthplace of both capitalism and communism.  1

Socialism is an economic system that seeks to replace Capitalism. In socialism and communism the means of production are commonly owned by all of the people, you do not have individual owners.

From 1842 to 1844, Friedrich Engels spent two years living in Manchester. The Chartists were a social movement in England. Engels developed a close relationship with the Chartist leaders.

Frederick EngelsFriedrich Engels

Karl Marx was a German born socialist. 1

Karl Marx2Karl Heinrich Marx

Karl Marx moved to Paris in 1843, where he met Fredrick Engels, and they became friends. Marx and Engles authored and co-authored books on socialism/communism. In July 1845, Marx and Engels went to Manchester.

Karl Marx was one of the major advocates of socialism/communism.

Marx said “the capitalists are vampires sucking the worker’s blood.”

MandK_Industrial_Revolution_1900

Marx said the working class should overthrow the exploiting bourgeoisie and he advocated that socialists carry out a violent revolution to topple capitalism.

…the abolition of private property …is rightly advanced by communists as their main demand.

Education of all children, from the moment they can leave their mother’s care, in national establishments at national cost.

– The Principles of Communism by Frederick Engels  (1847)

Carl Schorlemmer, a member of the Royal Society, was a communist associate of Marx. The Royal Society has direct participation by the British Royal Family.

In June 1847, Karl Marx and other socialists formed the Communist League in London.

In late 1847, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels began writing a plan of action for the Communist League. Communists of various nationalities assembled in London and sketched out their beliefs in the Manifesto of the Communist Party. The Communist movement was headed and orchestrated from London.

Communist-manifestoManifesto of the Communist Party

…the theory of the Communists may be summed up in the single sentence: Abolition of private property.

The Communists are further reproached with desiring to abolish countries and nationality.  6

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That this is 100 percent alignment with the British slavemaster goal to abolish nations.

Marx moved to London in May 1849. The Communist movement was headed and orchestrated from London.

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Capitalism
is an economic system that allows private individuals to own the means of production and distribution of goods. This system makes a few people wealthy – the owners – while providing only a mediocre existence to the workers.

Socialism is an economic system that says the means of production and distribution of goods should be owned by the whole society – a cooperative. It is also a political movement that aims to establish that economic system and get rid of Capitalism.

Communism is an economic system where all property is publicly owned and each person works and is paid according to their abilities and needs. Public ownership of the means of production and distribution of goods.

Ultimately, goods and services are made available on the basis of free access. This results in the disappearance of social classes and money. Eventually, the state is not needed and ceases to exist. It is the absence of social classes, money, and the state – where society is structured upon common ownership of the means of production. It also aims to get rid of Capitalism.

Part of the communist idea was there would be a dictatorship before the ideal end was achieved. Stalin became the dictator in Russia, Mao became the dictator in China, Castro became the dictator in Cuba.

On 1 January 1852, the communist journalist Joseph Weydemeyer published an article entitled “Dictatorship of the Proletariat” in the German language newspaper Turn-Zeitung, where he wrote that “it is quite plain that there cannot be here any question of gradual, peaceful transitions”, and recalled… examples of “dictatorship” and “terrorism” required to overthrow the bourgeoisie.

In that year, Karl Marx wrote to Joseph Weydemeyer, saying:

…the class struggle necessarily leads to the dictatorship of the proletariat… this dictatorship, itself, constitutes no more than a transition to the abolition of all classes and to a classless society

— Karl Marx, 1852

The American people had an aversion to the idea of a proletarian dictatorship. I share that aversion. The stated ideal end has never been realized in any communist country. The communist countries have been ruled by a dictator, and at no time in history has any dictator relinquished power and stepped down. Communism is the same society as the slavemaster two-class society where one class are the rulers and the other class is the people who are ruled.

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American President Andrew Jackson had paid off the national debt and he closed down the British bank in the United States. The British slavemasters were agitating for the American civil war as the means to get the United States government back into debt.

From 1852 to 1861, Karl Marx was a writer for the New York Daily Tribune. Marx often wrote about the “slavery crisis” in the United States – and the “War Between the States”. So here again, Karl Marx is being an agent provocateur for the British slavemasters by promoting the anti-slavery issue in America. The American civil war began in 1861, resulting in 620,000 Americans killed in that war. And the American government was back in heavy debt to the British bankers.

Between 1870 and 1900 British intelligence was a beehive of activity in creating front groups for making over man into what they wanted him to be – a person who accepts rule by the British slavemasters. Some of the front groups were for advocating socialism.

socialist labor party

The people starting and running these front groups were British intelligence agents. But it is meant to look like “it’s just a group of like-minded men dedicated to serving humanity”. Nothing could be further from the truth.

 I don’t feel very served.

slavemaster experiments - this is not a good look for me

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In 1873 Sergei Stepniak (real name Sergius Michaelovitch Kravchinski) was agitating against the Russian Czar.

sergei stepniakSergei Stepniak

1874 – Sergei gets arrested for “secretly sowing the sentiments of democracy among the peasants.” He successfully “escaped” to London where his campaign became even more vigorous against the ruling family of Russia, making him an instrumental element leading up to the overthrow of the Russian monarchy, culminating in the Bolshevik (communist) revolution.

The British nobility agents were riling up the workers to revolt, overthrow their monarch, and install communism.

sergei stepniakSergei Stepniak

In 1874 Sergei was brought to London where his campaign became even more vigorous against the ruling family of Russia, making him an instrumental element leading up to the overthrow of the Russian monarchy.

The British nobility were riling up the workers to revolt and overthrow their monarch – the Russian Czar.

Jacob Schiff was a bitter enemy of the Czarist regime. He helped the British agenda to overthrow the Russian monarch and install communism. Schiff sent large sums of money for the benefit of the Marxists in Russia. Schiff bankrolled the Friends of Russian Freedom, a London-based organization, that offered aide and encouragement to all enemies of Russian Czar Nicholas II. Schiff was a member of Temple Emanu-el.

Jacob_H._SchiffJacob Schiff

Vladimir Lenin was a Russian born Marxist communist revolutionary. He believed in the necessity of a violent overthrow of capitalism through a world-wide communist revolution. Lenin was an internationalist, deeming national borders to be an outdated concept. He believed that under revolutionary socialism, there would be “the inevitable merging of nations” and the ultimate establishment of “a United States of the World”.

vladimir leninVladimir Lenin

The Marxist movement in Russia called itself the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party (RSDLP). Iskra (the Spark) was the Party newspaper. Lenin was an editor for Iskra. Iskra newspaper called for overthrowing the Russian monarch.

Alexander II was the Russian Czar (king). On 13 March 1881, Alexander was assassinated, and some people blamed “the Jews”. Thus repeated anti-Jewish riots were carried out in Russia that lasted for decades. Thousands of Jews were killed, Jewish women were raped and Jewish homes were burned in the riots.

Alexander_II_of_RussiaAlexander II

In April 1902, Vladimir Lenin relocated himself and Iskra newspaper to London.

Leon Trotsky was a Russian born Marxist revolutionary. In the summer of 1902, Trotsky moved to London where he joined with Vladimir Lenin, and became one of the editors of Iskra.

TrotskyLeon Trotsky

In August 1903, the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party held its 2nd Congress in London. At the conference, the Party split into two factions. Lenin and his supporters were called the bol’sheviki – that Russian word means majority.

In 1915, the American International Corporation was formed in New York. Its principal goal was financial assistance to the Bolsheviks. AIC was funded by J.P. Morgan, the Rockefellers, and the Warburgs. All of them are agents for the British New World Order.


Some Directors of AIC were:

  • George Herbert Walker grandfather of American President George H. Bush
  • Percy Rockefeller of the Rockefeller family and director of National City Bank
  • J.A. Stillman Jr. President National City Bank, business associate of the Rockefellers
  • Otto Kuhn of Kuhn, Loeb Co.
  • Beekman Winthrop of Warburgs’ International Banking Corporation and National City Bank

J.A. Stillman, Otto Kuhn and Paul Warburg were members of Temple Emanu-el.

John McGregor Grant transmitted large sums from the Warburgs for the Bolsheviks. 3, 4

John Mac Gregor Grant

The financing of the Bolshevik movement was at 120 Broadway.

120 Broadway NY in 1915

During the early 1920s, 120 Broadway also housed:

  • on the top floor was the exclusive Bankers Club
  • Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the directors enthusiastically support the Bolsheviks
  • American International Corporation, which had been organized to aid the Soviet Union
  • John MacGregor Grant Co., which was financed by Olof Aschberg in Sweden

The international financiers launched a worldwide propaganda campaign to sell the Bolsheviks as idealists, selfless humanitarians, and the modern disciples of Christ, who wished only to spread brotherhood and universal love throughout the world. The tune rang strangely against the backdrop of the machine guns steadily chattering in Russia as the “disciples of love” massacred millions of women and children.

This is called bringing the light - mobsters

Leon Trotsky arrived in New York City on 13 January 1917.

Escalating riots and strikes in Petrograd forced Russian Tsar Nicholas II to abdicate on 15 March 1917. The old regime was replaced by a provisional government. This was an opportunity for the Bolsheviks to take control of the Russian government.

The Bolsheviks wanted to end Russian participation in World War I. The Bolsheviks were planning to accomplish that by signing a separate peace treaty with Germany. The British did not want Russia making a separate peace treaty with Germany – they wanted every nation to be part of the British peace plan – their League of Nations idea.

William Wiseman was the head of British intelligence in America. The papers and reports of William Wiseman tell us that Leon Trotsky was an MI 6 agent. William Wiseman depatched selected agents from the USA to influence the Bolsheviks into not making a separate peace treaty with Germany. One of those agents was Leon Trotsky in March 1917.   7, 8

On 7–8 November 1917, Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky led the Bolsheviks in an armed uprising, and they overthrew the Provisional Government. Lenin became the head of the Russian government.

The Bolshevik Revolution in Russia was the first Marxist communist revolution. The Soviet Union was created in 1922. It was the first in a series of events that lay the groundwork for a Cold War struggle between the Soviet Union and Western capitalist countries, especially the United States.

Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution by Anthony Sutton documented the fact that Rockefeller and Morgan banks provided the Bolsheviks with loans, while American industry provided them with the plants and the technology they needed. Morgan had taken control of Westinghouse. Westinghouse, Henry Ford, Averill Harriman, Exxon, and other American firms built the infrastructure that allowed the Soviet Union to survive. It is estimated that over $75,000,000 in assistance was provided.

The Marxist Communists in Russia killed 21,500,000 people during and after the Russian Revolution of 1917.

About 64,000,000 people were killed in China during its Communist revolution from 1923 to 1947.  2

Revolutionary socialist governments espousing Marxist concepts took power in a variety of countries leading to the formation of socialist states such as the Soviet Union in 1922 and the People’s Republic of China in 1949. 1

And now we know it was the British
who were behind socialism/communism.

 

The story in China is complex – it was not just a Communist revolution. The British have leveled continual barbaric abuses on China and her people since 1600. They ruined the lives of millions of Chinese by smuggling opium into China. It was so bad that they ruined the Chinese economy. They have treated China like it was their possession,
and that is an attitude the British have had towards all other nations.

There was a nationalist movement in China that sought to oust the British from China. And there you have the real reason for the British-backed Communist revolution there. The British did not want the Chinese nationalists to get control of the country.

Did the British get what they really want? Communism has been the ruling political party in China – but that does not mean the British won. It amuses me that nationalism in China is widespread and increasing in numbers. One curse of the slavemasters is that the right idea will continually appear within the people – and all of the slavemasters hard work to enforce the wrong ideas just goes down the drain.

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then we have the wars fighting communism like viet nam – americans killed

then we have both sides installing dictators who slaughter the people

 

 

References

1. Wikipedia encyclopedia

2. The New World Order by A. Ralph Epperson

3. Modern History Project

4. John MacGregor Grant was involved in several other Bolshevik financing conduits.

Online BioElectric Scotland

In December, 1903, he [Grant]was transferred to London as European Financial Manager, and established financial offices of the American Express Co. throughout Europe. In 1907, he returned to New York, as First Assistant Treasurer in charge of all the foreign financial business of the company. In 1915, he was appointed Managing Director of the Swedish-Russo-Asiatic Co., Inc., of Stockholm, with headquarters in New York.

Another reference

The evidence for Olof Aschberg’s intimate connection with financing the Bolshevik Revolution comes from several sources, some of greater value than others.

…Other evidence originates with Colonel B. V. Nikitine, in charge of counterintelligence in the Kerensky government, and consists of twenty nine telegrams transmitted from Stockholm to Petrograd, and vice versa, regarding financing of the Bolsheviks. Three of these telegrams refer to banks — telegrams 10 and 11 refer to Nya Banken, and telegram 14 refers to the Russo-Asiatic Bank in Petrograd.

Telegram 10 reads as follows:

  • Gisa Furstenberg Saltsjobaden. Funds very low cannot assist if really urgent give 500 as last payment pencils huge loss original hopeless instruct Nya Banken cable further 100 thousand Sumenson.

Telegram 11 reads:

  • Kozlovsky Sergievskaya 81. First letters received Nya Banken telegraphed cable who Soloman offering local telegraphic agency refers to Bronck Savelievich Avilov.

Fürstenberg was the intermediary between Parvus (Alexander I. Helphand) and the German government.

Telegram 14 of the Nikitine series reads:

  • “Furstenberg Saltsjöbaden. Number 90 period hundred thousand into Russo-Asiatic Sumenson.”

The U.S. representative for Russo-Asiatic was MacGregor Grant Company at 120 Broadway, New York City, and the bank was financed by Guaranty Trust in the U.S. and Nya Banken in Sweden.

5. A New View of Society, or Essays on the Principle of the Formation of the Human Character, was the first of four essays by Robert Owen, that began appearing in 1813

6. Manifesto of the Communist Party published in February 1848, page 25 of this PDF

7. Sir William Wiseman papers file number 261 title “intelligence and propaganda work in Russia July to December 1917″ dated 19 January 1918. This is a brief summary of Wiseman’s efforts – in the report Wiseman makes reference to the activities of Somerset Maughn (who is in Russia) and his Czech-American operative Emanuel Voska. In the first paragraph Wiseman explains “no attempt was to be made to support any reactionary movement, but it was thought it might be possible to some extent, to ‘guide the storm’ and expose the German political intrigues in Russia.”

8. Sir William Wiseman papers 10/255 : ‘Russia’ (18 May 1917), page 3; and 10/261, page 1-2