Chapter Twenty Four
British Slavemasters Instigated Communism
In a Monarchy the royals are self-elected rulers. Consequently, it is a dictatorship.
A Monarchy is not limited to rule by a King and Queen. It is an hierarchy of rulers.
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 and worked for a nobleman for the right to live on his land.
The Royals and the nobility pass on their titles and position to their children.
In a Monarchy you get a government headed by insane men.
You do not get to elect the best men for the job.
Britain has been ruled by a malicious and oppressive Monarchy.
In 1558, Elizabeth I became Queen of England.
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.
Cecil urged Elizabeth to expand British territory by making colonies – starting British Empire building.
They used slave trafficking and drug trafficking to finance their world domination effort.
On December 31, 1600 Queen Elizabeth I granted a Royal Charter to the British East India Company.
It engaged in slave trafficking and drug trafficking. It smuggled opium into China.
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.
British armies were sent to prevent the colonies from having independence.
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.
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…
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. 9
hostis humani generis = the enemy of the human race
Ever since then people in other nations have tried to free their country from the yoke of slavemasters.
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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.
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.
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 are wealthy, the workers have only a mediocre income.
Robert Owen was a social reformer and one of the founders of socialism – aka the cooperative movement.
By 1793, Robert Owen was a mill manager in Manchester, England.
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
Capitalism is an economic system where private individuals own the means of production.
In socialism and communism the means of production are commonly owned by all of the people.
Socialism and communism are an economic system that seeks to replace Capitalism.
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.
Karl Marx was a German born socialist. 1
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.
Marx said “the capitalists are vampires sucking the worker’s blood.”
Marx said the working class should overthrow the exploiting bourgeoisie.
He advocated that socialists carry out a violent revolution to topple capitalism.
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.
Communist beliefs were written and published in the Manifesto 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
That 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.
This system makes the owners wealthy while providing only a mediocre existence to the workers.
Socialism is an economic system where the means of production are owned by the whole society.
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.
Each person works and is paid according to their abilities and needs.
It is also a political movement to establish that economic system and get rid of Capitalism.
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.
Part of the communist idea was there would be a dictatorship before the ideal end was achieved.
Stalin became the dictator in Russia, Mao was the dictator in China, Castro was the dictator in Cuba.
In 1852 Karl Marx said –
…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 10
The American people have an aversion to the idea of a 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.
Some of the front groups were for advocating socialism.
The people starting and running these front groups were British intelligence agents.
It was meant to look like “just a group of like-minded men dedicated to serving humanity”.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
I don’t feel very served.
The British slavemasters injected their poison into Communism –
1. The idea that the workers should conduct a violent revolution.
2. The idea of installing a dictator.
Wars between communists and anti-communists have killed hundreds of millions of people.
Both sides of this engineered conflict install a vicious dictator who slaughters the people.
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In 1873 Sergei Stepniak was agitating against the Russian Czar.
In 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 Czar.
British nobility agents were riling up the workers to revolt, overthrow their king, and install communism.
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.
The Marxist movement in Russia called itself the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party.
Iskra (the Spark) was the Party newspaper. Lenin was an editor for Iskra.
Iskra newspaper called for overthrowing the Russian monarch.
On 13 March 1881 the Russian Czar, Alexander II, was assassinated.
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In 1887 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
In 1891 Rhodes created a secret society to bring the entire world under rule by the British nobility.
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
The visible part of the secret society is called the Round Table.
Bankers like the Rothschilds and the Rockefellers joined the Round Table.
The slavemasters use demented minions to forward their world domination plan.
This is the group that has the grand plan
to rule the world – the New World Order.
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Jardine, Matheson & Company of London had replaced the British East India Company.
Jardine, Matheson & Company trafficked 1,841 tons a year of India opium into China. 11
Charles Soong married into the most prominent Catholic family in China.
Soong became wealthy from trafficking opium into China for Jardine, Matheson and Co.
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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.
Trotsky joined with Lenin and became one of the editors of Iskra.
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.
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Some members of Temple Emanu-el in New York City were bankers advocating World Government.
Jacob Schiff was one of them. He spent large sums for the overthrow of Russian Czar Nicholas II.
Schiff financed the Marxists in Russia and the Friends of Russian Freedom, which was based in London.
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World War I was from 1914 to 1919. It was an European conflict that had nothing to do with America.
British intelligence sent William Wiseman to America to get America into the war. He succeeded in that.
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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 were 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
The financing of the Bolshevik (communist) movement was at 120 Broadway.
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.
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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.
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In 1919, the British slavemasters (Robert Cecil) and their Round Table minions drafted a Peace Plan.
Their Peace Plan was to form a League of Nations as a step forward to forming a World Government.
The United States Senate voted against joining the League of Nations – and the slavemasters wailed.
The British slavemasters couldn’t use the League to boss everyone around and take their stuff. 12
The Round Table created the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City on July 29, 1921.
The chairman of the CFR was Round Table member – David Rockefeller.
Every American President, except one, has been a member of the CFR.
CFR members hold many other top positions within the U.S. Government.
Allen Dulles was a CFR member and he was Director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
Twelve members of the CFR have been United States Secretary of State, etc.
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The Bolshevik Revolution in Russia was the first Marxist communist revolution.
The Soviet Union was created in 1922.
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.
Joseph Stalin became the communist dictator in Russia.
He ran a purge where people were sent to prison camps or executed.
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. They have treated China like it was their possession, and that is an attitude the British have had towards all other nations.
When China tried to stop the opium trafficking the British waged war on China.
One result of the opium wars was that Britain got Hong Kong as a British colony.
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.
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On 14 June 1923, Admiral Hugh Sinclair became the director of Secret Intelligence Service – MI 6.
Admiral Sinclair created some new Sections within MI 6, one of them was Section D.
Section D was specifically formed to conduct sabotage through political covert actions.
Section D also conducts sabotage through paramilitary operations.
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The Kuomintang – the Nationalist Party of China – was the ruling political party in China.
Chiang Kai-shek assumed leadership of the Kuomintang on 6 July 1926.
General Tai-Li was the head of Kuomintang intelligence and he hated the British with a passion.
The British saw they could lose Hong Kong and their precious opium trafficking.
They backed the communists who were fighting the Kuomintang to get control of China.
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In 1940, British intelligence sent William Stephenson to operate a British intelligence network in America. 13
British intelligence was orchestrating an infiltration and taking control of American intelligence.
Stephenson managed to place British agents as the head of American intelligence agencies.
One of them was Allen Dulles who became the Director of the CIA.
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World War II ended in August 1945.
British intelligence has a unit called MI 6 Section D that does 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 hardline anticommunists, including many Nazis.
It was a guerrilla warfare network with arms caches. It was code-named Operation Gladio. 14, 15
Allen Dulles was one of the key people in instituting Operation Gladio.
Most Gladio operations were financed by the CIA.
The CIA got the money from trafficking illegal drugs into the United States. 16
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 17
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, although there were major regional wars in Korea, Vietnam and Afghanistan that the two sides supported.
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.
The sane way to “defeat communism” is to help the people with what they need to live.
Communism would have no appeal to people who are being treated properly.
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The Kuomintang – the Nationalist Party of China – was the ruling political party in China.
That government was called the Republic of China, headed by Chiang Kai-shek.
Mao Zedong was Chairman of the Communist Party of China.
After World War II ended, civil war resumed between the Communist Party of China and the Kuomintang.
In 1949, Mao’s forces defeated the Nationalists. Chiang Kai-shek and the Kuomintang moved to Taiwan.
They became involved with the CIA in opium trafficking to obtain the funds needed to “defeat communism”.
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Mohammad Mosaddegh was the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran. He introduced social and political reforms such as social security, rent control, and land reforms. His government’s most notable policy was taking over the Iranian oil industry, which had been under British control through the Anglo-Persian Oil Company (later British Petroleum and BP). Mosaddegh was going to use the money to do many things to improve the lives of the Iranian people. Britain made sure Iran could not sell oil by causing a boycott wherein they threatened any potential purchasers of Iranian oil.
British Intelligence (MI 6) requested the CIA to orchestrate a coup against Mohammad Mosaddegh. Frank Wisner got Allen Dulles to approve $1 million for the coup. Wisner put his junior, Kermit Roosevelt, in charge of the coup – which went under the code name Operation Ajax. Mosaddegh was removed from power in a coup on 19 August 1953, organized and carried out by the CIA at the request of MI6. 1
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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.
Arbenz Guzmán was President in Guatemala, and he set about changing the United Fruit stranglehold on his country. He was making the Guatemala people the owners of the land and the businesses.
Arbenz was for the people – so he had to go.
British agent Allen Dulles was Director of the CIA and he owned shares in United Fruit.
They got Edward Bernays to run a propaganda campaign that Guzman was a communist. It was a lie.
The CIA sent an army and planes, they bombed a military base and a government radio station.
A Naval blockade was instituted. The hired army marched on the capital, forcing Arbenz to resign.
The US Ambassador (CIA) furnished Armas with lists of radical opponents to be eliminated, and the Guatamalan bloodbath began. Thousands were arrested. Many 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. He outlawed all political parties, labor confederations, and peasant groups. He closed down opposition newspapers and burned “subversive” books. Guatemala still has the worst record of human rights abuses in Latin America.
The Guatemala people protested and civil war emerged. Death squads were started. The death 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. Peasants, students, labor leaders, and professional persons were jailed by the thousands by the Guatemalan military. 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. And thousands more, just trying to live and overcome their poverty and the massive injustices occurring – simply “disappeared.”
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.
They have done the same in various countries around the world, not just in Latin America.
This is all done under the cover story of “fighting communism”. In most cases the people were not actually communists. They were people who wanted to have control of their own country without interference from outsiders who owned the businesses and kept them in slave labor conditions. They wanted democracy and a government that recognized their human rights, like in the United States.
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In 1955 the National Security Council issued a Directive.
The CIA was authorized to:
- Create and exploit problems for International Communism.
- Discredit International Communism, and reduce the strength of its parties and organization.
- Reduce International Communist control over any areas of the world.
- Strengthen the orientation toward the United States of the nations of the free world, accentuate, wherever possible, the identity of interest between such nations and the United States as well as favoring, where appropriate, those groups genuinely advocating or believing in the advancement of such mutual interests, and increase the capacity and will of such peoples and nations to resist International Communism.
In areas dominated or threatened by International Communism, the CIA was mandated to:
- develop underground resistance and facilitate covert and guerrilla operations.
Specifically, such operations shall include any covert activities related to:
- political action
- economic warfare
- preventive direct action, including sabotage, anti-sabotage, demolition, escape and evasion and evacuation measures; subversion against hostile states or groups including assistance to underground resistance movements, guerrillas and refugee liberation groups; support of indigenous and anti-communist elements in threatened countries of the free world; deception plans and operations and all compatible activities necessary to accomplish the foregoing.
In other words, the CIA was officially authorized to support Operation Gladio.
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Mao Zedong was the communist dictator in China.
In February 1957 Mao started the Hundred Flowers Movement –
“Letting a hundred flowers blossom and a hundred schools of thought contend is the policy for promoting progress in the arts and the sciences and a flourishing socialist culture in our land.”
Mao was inviting criticism so they could find out who their opposition was. A tidal wave of discontent and hatred was expressed in millions of letters sent in. Mao had the leaders killed or sent to a labor camp for “re-education”.
Mao then created a famine that killed 45 million people by exporting large quantities of food from China.
After it was over, Mao said that The Hundred Flowers Movement –
“enticed the snakes out of their lairs.”
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The slavemasters and their society – aristocracy, banking, big business, capitalism – is the political right wing.
The people and their ideas – democracy, human rights, socialism, communism – is the political left wing.
The slavemasters and their demented minions pretend they are for democracy – rule by the people.
But the truth is they are violently opposed to democracy, they only want aristocracy – rule by slavemasters.
The Gladio guerrilla warfare cell in Greece was called the LOK. They were involved in the military coup in Greece on 21 April 1967, which took place one month before the scheduled national elections for which opinion polls predicted an overwhelming victory by left-wing George Papandreou. The CIA instructed the LOK to prevent a ‘leftist coup’ – as they called it. The LOK took control of the Greek Defense Ministry during the coup.
The coup was led by Colonel George Papadopoulos who had received intelligence training in the United States and had been an actual CIA agent for 15 years. He was head of the military junta that then ruled Greece.
During the next six years the “Regime of the Colonels”, backed by the CIA, ushered in the use of widespread torture and murder of political opponents. They immediately suspended civil liberties such as freedom of thought and freedom of the press. About 8,000 suspected communists and political opponents were imprisoned. About 3,500 people were detained in torture centers and brutally tortured. Elections were suspended, making Greece a true police state.
There are many other countries where the slavemaster minions violated democracy.
They removed elected presidents and installed a dictator who slaughters the people.
Herein I provide the reader with only a few examples so you can see what they do.
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Augusto Sandino had led a Liberal peasant army against the U.S.-backed government in Nicaragua.
While he sought relief for the poor, he did not advocate for a communist Marxist class struggle.
Then the Somoza family came into power and ruled Nicaragua, backed by the U.S. government.
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. 18
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Communism would have no appeal to people who are being treated properly.
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4. John MacGregor Grant was involved in several other Bolshevik financing conduits.
Online Bio – Electric 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
9. Thomas Jefferson to John Adams, Polar Forest November 25 – 1816 Jefferson Cyclopedia
10. 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
11. The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia. CIA Complicity In The Global Drug Trade by Alfred McCoy
12. The Cecil family and Round Table were designing their Peace Plan to be implemented after WW I ended.
Their Peace Plan was to establish a League of Nations – a giant step forward on their World Government idea.
Anglo American Establishment by Carroll Quigley, professor of history –
…with the outbreak of war, the Milner Group (Round Table) and the Cecil Bloc wanted to come to power… because control of the government in wartime would make it possible to direct events toward the postwar settlement which the Group envisaged.
The Foreign Office in its topmost ranks was held by the Cecil Bloc, with Arthur Balfour as Secretary of State (1916-1919)…
Lord Robert Cecil …was Secretary for Foreign Affairs (1915-1916)… He was one of the original drafters of the Covenant of the League of Nations… As early as 1916, Lord Robert Cecil was trying to persuade the Cabinet to support a League of Nations. …
…they believed that a permanent system of cooperation between Britain and the United States was a possible outcome of the war.
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…
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.
13. Near the end of WW II William Stephenson wanted to make a record of what he had done. He had his subordinates write a book based on his records – British Security Coordination, The Secret History of British Intelligence in the Americas, 1940 – 1945.
14. NATO’s Secret Armies: Operation GLADIO and Terrorism in Western Europe by Daniele Ganser here
15. General Walter Bedell Smith was the Director of the CIA in 1951. His daily log proves many things.
Internet Archive version of his daily log saved here.
Here are entries in the log of the CIA working with the British in the stay-behind network.
U. S.-British-Greek discussions of stay-behind operations…
A British Secret Service agent in charge of the British stay behind operations in Spain informed OSO/Madrid in strictest confidence that this program may be turned over to CIA for financial reasons. OSO infers that the British may ask CIA aid in supporting it.
The first caching program for the U.S. Zone of Austria has been completed. Twelve caches, each consisting of a 2300 pound package of weapons, ammunition and explosives, were buried in Land Salzburg and Upper Austria.
16. The Reckoning Chapter Eight Sabotaging America by Drug Trafficking
17. The Game Player by Miles Copeland
18. The Reckoning Chapter Eight Sabotaging America by Drug Trafficking