by Mike McClaughry
Chapter Five – 1
British Intelligence Sabotaging America
The Rat Bastards
A “Rat Bastard” is one of the biggest swine that you will ever meet in life.
They will screw you over any chance they get. Most of them are sociopaths.
– from the Urban Dictionary
Image from this comic book creator
Reckoning – the righting of wrongs. The rectifying of damages caused by wrong actions.
The thirteen British colonies in America united and on 4 July 1776, they declared independence from Britain.
The American Revolution was successfully fought resulting in the formation of the United States of America.
The British nobility then used their traditional method of taking over a country –
Step 1 – Economic takeover
Step 2 – Government takeover
Chapter Four shows how they accomplished Step 1. This chapter will show you how they did Step 2.
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In the 1600’s and 1700’s Britain used their takeover method on India, resulting in them governing India.
Cecil Rhodes used their takeover method in Africa.
In 1887 Cecil Rhodes took control of diamond mines in Africa and became one of the wealthiest men in the world.
Rhodes used his wealth and his private army to conquer and rule 3.5 million square miles of Africa, it was named Rhodesia.
Why should we not form a secret society with but one object, the furtherance of the British Empire and the bringing of the whole world under British rule, for the recovery of the United States, for making the Anglo Saxon race but one Empire? 1
Rhodes described this society in one of his wills –
…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…. 2
Notice that the British want to get the United States of America back under their control.
In February 1891 Cecil Rhodes created a secret society to bring the entire world under British rule.
It is not my words they plan to rule the world, it is their words. They are hung by their own statements.
Robert Cecil was the leader of an influential British family called the Cecil Bloc. He was the head of British intelligence and he was a British Prime Minister. The Cecil family is one of the top British slavemaster families. Members of the Cecil family dominated and controlled the secret society and gave it the influence it has had. 4
Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil (aka Lord Salisbury)
Arthur Balfour was in the Cecil family. Balfour was a head of British intelligence and a Prime Minister of Britain.
Arthur Balfour and other members of the Cecil family joined the secret society. Alfred Milner married into the Cecil family and he became the head of the secret society.
The secret society has an Association of Helpers who are visible to the public – that is called the Round Table.
Lord Rothschild in Britain joined the Round Table, other bankers such as the Rockefellers also joined. 3
This is the group that has the grand plan
to rule the world – the New World Order.
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
They have given multiple names to their Plan. The most recent names are New World Order and Globalism.
British intelligence has established many front groups that beat the drum for World Government.
Cecil Rhodes died in 1902. In his last will, Rhodes provided for the Rhodes Scholarships at Oxford University.
Robert Cecil used students at Oxford University as a recruitment pool for the Cecil Bloc. They then became British agents placed in governments, schools, and media around the world, especially in America. 5
Whitney Shepardson was the first Rhodes Scholar and he went to America where he became a key British intelligence agent in their covert infiltration and manipulation of the American government.
Whitney Hart Shepardson
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In 1902 Arthur Balfour became the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Arthur Balfour (left)
Balfour formed the committee that recommended formation of MI5 and MI6.
In 1909, the British Home Office became MI 5 and the British Foreign Office became MI 6.
MI5 is Britain’s counter-espionage service. It operates inside Great Britain.
MI6 conducts intelligence activities on foreign soil, outside of Britain.
The new Foreign Section is called the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) and MI 6.
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Woodrow Wilson became President of the United States in 1913.
Edward House helped Wilson get elected and was Wilson’s closest adviser. Edward House worked with British intelligence to influence Wilson into doing everything the British wanted – enacting the Federal Reserve banking system, enacting income tax, getting America into World War I, and promoting the Round Table League of Nations idea after World War I. 6, 7
Colonel Edward Mandell House
Thomas Lamont was a member of the Round Table, and he was a mentor to President Woodrow Wilson. 8
World War I began on 28 July 1914.
The British Foreign Office in its topmost ranks was held by the Cecil Bloc, with Arthur Balfour as Secretary of State and Lord Robert Cecil was Secretary for Foreign Affairs, which means he was heading British intelligence MI 6. Philip Kerr (Lord Lothian) and other Round Table members were dominating Foreign Office positions. 9
In August 1914, a super-secret British War Propaganda Bureau was established under the Foreign Office. Charles Masterman headed the Propaganda Bureau. Its headquarters were at Wellington House. The existence of Masterman and his secret direction of British propaganda was known about by only a select few individuals. 10
This is the guy who was secretly running all the British propaganda, under the direction of the Round Table men – who were under the direction of the top British slavemasters. Masterman directed a number of men who assisted him in his mandate to “get America into the War”. 11
Correa Walsh attended Oxford University where he was recruited and groomed by the British slavemasters.
Walsh wrote a book The Climax of Civilisation that could serve as the British slavemaster Bible. He was against democracy and wanted to revert back to a two class society where you only have rulers and commoners.
Walsh said –
For the task of civilisation… requires strife and striving… It [strife, conflicts, war] serves the purpose of spurring on to greater effort… Also it kills off those who lag too far behind… And as those who have it in them to strive hard are more likely to produce off spring like them… whereby the fittest parents are left over to produce the fittest children.
Strife is thus the weeder-out of the weak and unfit.
There is also an ill-advised over-praise of peace… and disparagement of war as the maximum evil. Conscription should cover all who can be fathers and if under the hardships the unsound perish, the world can get along without them.
Killing the inferior was the excuse the British slavemasters used for World War I and World War II.
Correa Walsh, another propaganda mouthpiece for the British slavemasters
Charles Masterman had read the book by Walsh and proposed it as a guide for British propaganda men.
American journalist Walter Lippmann was a British intelligence asset, which included issuing British propaganda.
Lippmann wrote a book – Public Opinion – wherein he attacked democracy, rule by the common people. He said democracy was unworkable because of incompetent and ignorant people in America who must be ruled properly by an elite governing class. Lippman was another British agent who was an advisor to President Woodrow Wilson.
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In the early part of World War I Edward Grey was the British Foreign Secretary. Grey was in complete alignment with the Round Table men and their views.
The Round Table men wanted to create a League of Nations after World War I came to an end. Edward Grey wrote to Colonel House about creating a League of Nations. Colonel House then influenced President Wilson to accept the League of Nations idea.
The British slavemasters wanted the United States to front for them, make it appear that the League of Nations was an American idea!
Colonel House promoted the League of Nations idea to President Wilson who agreed that House should draft an encouraging reply as the first step toward offering American help. In November 1915, Colonel House told Edward Grey that President Wilson approved of the League of Nations idea. 6, 7
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World War I was an European conflict that had nothing to do with the United States. American citizens were correct in being against America getting into the war. But the British wanted America to get into the war on the British side.
In October 1915, MI 6 sent Sir William Wiseman to run the British intelligence effort in America. Wiseman and Colonel House were good buddies. Wiseman was the handler of House, and House was invested in controlling President Woodrow Wilson. Wiseman rented an apartment in the house where Colonel House lived. They quickly became close collaborators on how to handle Wilson and how to get America into the war. 12, 13
On 2 April 1917, President Woodrow Wilson asked Congress to declare war on Germany.
The U.S. Government monetary advances to the British from April to July 1917 was 662 million dollars.
That’s 12 billion in today’s money. 14
So, the American people are having to pay for Britain’s part in the war. They also paid for American war costs – a war that America should not have been in because it had nothing to do with America.
Such a deal!
British propaganda is under and directed by British intelligence.
On 13 April 1917, President Wilson established the Committee on Public Information to issue propaganda.
The propaganda campaign in America was run by the British – it was British propaganda using Americans as a front to issue it. All of the people working at CPI were under the direction of Charles Masterman at Wellington House, who was the real propagandist behind the scenes. 15, 16
The CPI began churning out raw propaganda picturing Germans as evil monsters. This raw propaganda included complete fabrications, such as images and stories of German soldiers killing babies and hoisting them on bayonets.
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At the request of President Wilson, Congress passed the Espionage Act on June 15, 1917.
It made it a crime:
To convey information with intent to interfere with the operation or success of the armed forces of the United States or to promote the success of its enemies. This was punishable by death or by imprisonment for not more than 30 years or both.
To convey false reports or false statements with intent to interfere with the operation or success of the military or naval forces of the United States or to promote the success of its enemies when the United States is at war, to cause or attempt to cause insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny, refusal of duty, in the military or naval forces of the United States, or to willfully obstruct the recruiting or enlistment service of the United States. This was punishable by a maximum fine of $10,000 or by imprisonment for not more than 20 years or both.
The Act silenced American citizens opposed to the war – exactly what the British wanted it to do.
It was a violation of the U.S. Constitution which states –
Congress shall make no law… abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press…
The Espionage Act of 1917 violates free speech, and it has been contested in court ever since.
Robert Goldstein was an American citizen who produced a patriotic film showing America triumphing in the Revolutionary War – The Spirit of ’76. Goldstein had made the movie well before America entered into WW I.
The Spirit of ’76 depicted the signing of the Declaration of Independence, George Washington crossing the Delaware, Paul Revere’s Ride, and Valley Forge. It also depicted multiple atrocities committed by the British side during the war, including soldiers bayoneting babies, abusing women, and the Cherry Valley massacre. The Cherry Valley massacre was an actual historical event where the British side brutally killed men, women and children.
scene from The Spirit of ’76
The Spirit of ’76 premiered in May 1917. The press raved about the film. Crowds went wild when they spotted a giant American flag hanging on the back wall after the curtains opened. The film played to enthusiastic audiences, who sometimes drowned out the orchestra with their effusive clapping for the triumphant American scenes.
Goldstein was charged in federal court with violating the Espionage Act and sentenced to 3 years in prison.
British propaganda men engaged in character assassination on Goldstein, in newspapers and trade magazines. Robert Sherwood worked as a propaganda man for MI 6 and he was one of the people who attacked the film as being “propaganda against England”. Sherwood said that Goldstein should have been put in prison for life. 17, 18
Robert E. Sherwood – MI 6 agent
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Alfred Harmsworth, aka Lord Northcliffe, owned The London Times newspaper.
In February 1918, Lord Northcliffe became the Director of Propaganda in Enemy Countries. He laid down policies for propaganda approved by the Foreign Office. That shows British propaganda was under British intelligence.
Northcliffe immediately met with representatives from the United States. 16
The methods adopted in the United States …were employed in other countries.
– The Times History And Encyclopedia of the War, British Propaganda In Enemy Countries
That statement shows it was the British who were overseeing propaganda in the United States.
Lord Northcliffe wrote –
Propaganda, he wrote, should be “the pace-maker for policy, and should form opinion without opinion realizing that it is so being formed.” This was the first and principal maxim of the principle of “government by the consent of the governed”.
You get that? Propaganda should get you to form an opinion without you realizing that is happening.
The British define propaganda as the attempt to control public opinion. 16
Edward Bernays worked for the Committee on Public Information where he learned propaganda from the British.
Edward Louis Bernays
Statements made by Bernays –
It was, of course, the astounding success of propaganda during the war that opened the eyes of the intelligent few to the possibilities of regimenting the public mind… 19
…he is often forced to enact combats and create issues. He stages battles against evils in which the antagonist is personified for the public. 20
The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.
If we understand the mechanism and motives of the group mind, is it not possible to control and regiment the masses according to our will without their knowing it? 21
The engineering of consent is the very essence of the democratic process, the freedom to persuade and suggest. 22
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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.
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, professor of history 4
H.G. Wells was a British author who worked for British intelligence issuing British propaganda. Wells published a book called The New World Order that outlined his plan as to how a World Government would be set up.
During World War I, Mister H.G. Wells was a member of the Department of Propaganda in Enemy Countries.
On May 27, 1918 Mister H.G. Wells submitted a memorandum to the Committee, stating –
The real war aim of the Allies was not only to beat the enemy but to establish a world peace that precluded the resumption of war. One of the first requisites was to study and to lay down the lines of a practical League of Nations. Its control of raw materials, of shipping, and its power to exclude for an indefinite period enemy or even neutral peoples until they subscribe to and give pledges of their acceptance of its principles should be emphasized. …that, unless enemy peoples accepted the Allied conception of a world peace settlement, it would be impossible for them to repair the havoc of the present war, to avert utter financial ruin, and to save themselves from prolonged misery; and that the longer the struggle lasted the deeper would become the hatred of everything German …and the heavier the social and economic handicap under which the enemy peoples would labour, even after their admission into a League of Nations. 16
They planned to use force on any nation that did not become part of the League of Nations.
A Peace Treaty conference was held in Paris starting in January 1919.
President Woodrow Wilson attended. His advisors at the Peace Treaty were Colonel E.M. House, Gordon Auchincloss, Whitney Shepardson and Thomas Lamont. Allen and John Dulles were also there. Every one of them were agents for British intelligence.
E.M. House, Gordon Auchincloss, Whitney Shepardson – April 11, 1919 Peace Treaty meetings
Thomas Lamont is standing on the left
Robert Cecil, Lionel Curtis and Philip Kerr were there representing the Round Table and British intelligence. They were there to get their Peace Plan approved – the League of Nations. It included economic sanctions against any nation not conforming to it.
…the British delegation at the Peace Conference were almost exclusively from the Milner Group (Round Table) and Cecil Bloc.
J. P. Morgan and Company …made its most intimate connections with the Milner Group at the Peace Conference of 1919.
– The Anglo-American Establishment by Carroll Quigley, professor of history 4
U.S. President Woodrow Wilson included the Covenant of the League of Nations as part of the Peace Treaty.
President Wilson worked for the British rule-the-world nutcase crowd by :
- getting the federal reserve banking system passed into law
- getting income tax passed into law
- getting America into World War I
- worked to establish the League of Nations after the war
Woodrow Wilson served the interests of the British slavemasters and betrayed the American people.
While President Woodrow Wilson was at the Peace Conference advocating the British slavemaster idea to create a League of Nations, U.S. Senator William Borah was giving speeches in the United States Senate against the League of Nations.
United States Senator from Idaho – William Edgar Borah
Senator Borah was an advocate of the policy laid down by George Washington. George Washington was the first President of the United States of America. He initiated a policy that America should keep out of European disputes. The British call this policy – isolationism.
George Washington said –
I hope the United States of America will be able to keep disengaged from the labyrinth of European politics and wars. It should be the policy of the United States to administer to their wants without being engaged in their quarrels.
I trust we shall never so far lose sight of our own interest and happiness as to become unnecessarily a party to these political disputes.
Why quit our own to stand upon foreign ground? Why, by interweaving our destiny with that of any part of Europe, entangle our peace and prosperity in the toils of European ambition, rivalship, interest, humor, or caprice?
My ardent desire is, and my aim has been… to keep the United States free from any political connections with every other country, to see it independent of all, and under the influence of none. 23
President Woodrow Wilson had violated American isolationism by involving America in World War I. Wilson further attempted to violate the isolationist policy by trying to get the United States to join the League of Nations.
Senator William Borah was an advocate of American isolationism.
Borah Senate Speech, February 21, 1919 Against the League of Nations –
I contend, moreover, that when radical and important departures from established national policies are proposed, the people ought to be consulted.
I think the advocates of the league will agree with me that it is a pronounced departure from all the policies which we have heretofore obtained.
I want to declare my belief that we should arrange the machinery for taking a vote of the people of the United States upon this stupendous program. …the mass of the people ought to be consulted and their approval had before we proceed.
…in this proposed league of nations, in the very beginning, we are advised of an executive council which shall dominate and control its action, three members of which are Europeans, one member Asiatic, and one American.
If a controversy ever arises in which there is a conflict between the European system and the American system, or if a conflict ever arises in which their interests, their humor, their caprice, and their selfishness shall attempt to dominate the situation, shall we not have indeed quit our own to stand upon foreign ground?
Why should we interweave our destiny with the European destiny? Are we not interweaving our future and our destiny with European powers when we join a league of nations the constitution of which gives a majority vote in every single instance in which the league can ever be called into action to European powers?
We come now to the constitution of the proposed league of nations, which has been submitted to us.
…the league provides for an organization composed principally of five great nations, three of them European, one Asiatic, and one American.
Every policy determined upon by the league and every movement made by it could be, and might be, controlled solely by European powers, whether the matter dealt with had reference to America or Europe.
If the United States, for instance, should disregard its covenants, as provided in the league, it would be deemed to have committed an act of war against all other members of the league; and under our solemn obligation and agreement we would have authorized the European powers to wage war against us and upon the American Continent.
I read from article 10 as an illustration:
The high contracting parties shall undertake to respect and preserve as against external aggression the territorial existence and existing political independence of all States members of the league.
England has possessions in three continents. She today holds possession of one-fifth of the habitable globe, and we in article 10 guarantee the integrity of her possessions in the three continents of the earth.
The fact that the dominions of Great Britain and her colonies are recognized as nations is a matter of “profound significance.” Yes; when they finally settle down to business England will have one vote, Canada one vote, New Zealand one vote, Australia one vote, and South Africa one vote, whilst the American Nation, brought into being by our fathers at so much cost of blood and treasure… this Nation with all her wealth and resources will have one vote.
I ask you who are in favor of this league, are you willing to give to any nation five votes against our one? Do you presume that the questions of interest, of ambition, of selfishness, of caprice, of humor will not arise in the future?
Yet we are seriously proposing that we shall join a league whose constitutional powers shall determine… policies, politic and economic, upon the two continents and shall give to our greatest commercial rival [England] five votes to our one.
What has England given up in this league of nations? What has she surrendered? On the other hand, we have surrendered the traditional foreign policy of this country, which has been established for 100 years; and we have gone behind these powers and placed at their disposal our finances, our man power, and our full capacity to guarantee the integrity of their possessions all over the globe.
I come now to another feature, which to me is even more interesting, more menacing, than those over which we have passed. Conceal it as you may, disguise it as some will attempt to do, this is the first step in internationalism and the first distinct effort to sterilize nationalism.
That is at the bottom of this entire procedure, whether consciously or unconsciously, upon the part of those who are advocating it. It is a distinct announcement that the intense nationalism of Washington… can no longer serve the cause of the American people, and that we must internationalize and place the sovereign powers of this Government to make war and control our economic forces in an international tribunal.
Senator Borah correctly pointed out that joining the League of Nations would mean that America would have to protect the British Empire. And, that the British Empire would have five votes against only one vote for America, resulting in the League favoring British Empire interests over American interests. We would not be in control of our own country. Borah also pointed out that the League of Nations was the first step to doing away with individual nations and forming a World Government.
British spymaster Robert Cecil used the Peace Conference to meet face to face with his agents in America – and they arranged the establishment of a front group for infiltrating and manipulating the American government.
On May 30, 1919, a meeting was held at the Hotel Majestic in Paris to discuss setting up an international group which would advise their respective governments on international affairs. Robert Cecil and Lionel Curtis were present for the British. Edward House and Whitney Shepardson were present for the Americans. The meeting created an Anglo-American Institute of International Affairs — one branch in London and one in New York. 24
The Round Table front group in London is called the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
The Round Table front group in New York is called the Council on Foreign Relations.
In 1919 Lionel Curtis was one of the chief founders of the Royal Institute of International Affairs… He was, like all the members of the Milner Group (Round Table), a member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs…
The Institute was formed by the Cecil Bloc and the Milner Group, acting together…
It also has a parallel organization, which was regarded as a branch, in New York. This latter, the Council on Foreign Relations… The list of officers and board of directors… have always been loaded with partners, associates, and employees of J. P. Morgan and Company. …the RIIA agreed to regard the Council on Foreign Relations as its American branch.
– The Anglo-American Establishment by Carroll Quigley, professor of history
Whitney Shepardson was the first of the Cecil Rhodes Scholars trained at Oxford. Shepardson became the director of the Council on Foreign Relations. Shepardson was 100% British intelligence agent.
This shows some of the British intelligence network in the United States.
The Treaty of Versailles was signed 28 June 1919, which put an end to World War I.
The Covenant of the League of Nations was made part of the Peace Treaty.
In the summer of 1919, the Peace Treaty had to be ratified by the U.S. Congress. Senator Robert LaFollette said that the Treaty was excessively harsh with Germany, and that it was basically guaranteeing future war. He was dead right about that – that “Peace” Treaty literally guaranteed there would be another War, another Blood Bath.
The British nobility was setting the stage for another war. The Treaty required Germany to disarm. The Treaty stripped Germany of 25,000 square miles of territory and 7,000,000 people. Further German territory was lost because the Treaty required Germany to renounce sovereignty over former colonies and put the territories under the control of Allied states. Also, Germany had to pay reparations to certain countries. The reparations were assessed at $31.4 billion US dollars, equivalent of $442 billion in 2014).
One of the factors that brought about World War II was the German people wanting to get their territory back that they lost due to the Peace Treaty of World War I.
Senator Albert Beveridge saw the Treaty as raising “the motley flag of internationalism,” and he described the Treaty as a plan to “denationalize America…” – which was correct, it was.
After a summer of failure to overcome Senate resistance to the Peace Treaty, President Wilson left on 3 September 1919 and began traveling across the nation by train, fighting for the British League of Nations idea.
Wilson was a good Igor for the British slavemasters –
yes master, League of Nations – heh heh, heh heh
Senator William Borah and Senator Hiram Johnson, dogged his every step across the country. Whenever President Wilson gave a speech advocating the League of Nations, Senator Borah would then speak against the League of Nations.
Go Borah!! Woohoo!
Wilson grew weary, and by the end of the month he was back in the White House, having had a stroke.
November 19, 1919 – Borah speaks to the US Senate –
I think, therefore, this moment is just as appropriate as any other for me to express my final views with reference to the Treaty and the League of Nations. It is perhaps the last opportunity I shall have to state, as briefly as I may, my reasons for opposing the Treaty and the League.
What is the result of all this?
- We are in the midst of all of the affairs of Europe.
- We have entangled ourselves with all European concerns.
- We have joined in alliance with all the European nations which have thus far joined the League and all nations which may be admitted to the League.
We are sitting there dabbling in their affairs and intermeddling in their concerns.
In other words, Mr. President — and this comes to the question which is fundamental with me — we have forfeited and surrendered, once and for all, the great policy of “no entangling alliances” upon which the strength of this republic has been founded for 150 years.
Those who are differing over reservations, tell me what one of them protects the doctrine laid down by the Father of his Country. That fundamental proposition is surrendered, and we are a part of the European turmoils and conflicts from the time we enter this League.
Let us not underestimate that. There has never been an hour… that there has not been operating in this country, fed by domestic and foreign sources, a powerful propaganda for the destruction of the doctrine of no entangling alliances.
Mr. President, there is another and even a more commanding reason why I shall record my vote against this Treaty. It imperils what I conceive to be the underlying, the very first principles of this republic.
It is in conflict with the right of our people to govern themselves, free from all restraint, legal or moral, of foreign powers.
You cannot yoke a government whose fundamental maxim is that of liberty to a government whose first law is that of force and hope to preserve the former.
You may still keep for a time the outward form, you may still delude yourself, as others have done in the past with appearances and symbols, but when you shall have committed this republic to a scheme of world control based upon force, upon the combined military force of the four great nations of the world, you will have soon destroyed the atmosphere of freedom, of confidence in the self-governing capacity of the masses, in which alone a democracy may thrive.
We may become one of the four dictators of the world, but we shall no longer be master of our own spirit.
But your Treaty does not mean peace – far, very far, from it. If we are to judge the future by the past, it means war. 25
That very same day of his speech – the Peace Treaty was voted down. The United States Senate refused to ratify the Peace Treaty because the Covenant of the League of Nations was made part of the Peace Treaty – and the Covenant called for the use of coercion against countries who did not comply with what the League wanted.
Thus the United States did not join the League of Nations.
THANK YOU, SENATOR BORAH!
Senator Borah on left
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When World War I ended, the immense suffering it had caused gave rise to a general revulsion to any kind of war, and a large part of mankind placed its hopes in the newly formed League of Nations. 26 World War I was supposed to get people to accept a world government as the solution to world wars. It did not work. Thus the British New World Order people began the process of causing another war – World War II.
British propaganda states that individual countries (nationalism) is the cause of wars, so to have world peace we must do away with nationalism and have a World Government (led by Britain).
While stating that nationalism is wrong, it is still ok for the Brits to be nationalistic!
Individual nations are not the cause of wars – the slavemasters cause them.
A better way to have world peace?
Depower the slavemasters.
ALL of them.
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In 1919, the Round Table created the Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA). It is also called Chatham House. Arthur Balfour was a first President of the Institute. The RIIA was designed to affect the foreign policy actions of governments. 27
The United States was so important to the Round Table men, that they considered their League of Nations idea was practically worthless without U.S. participation in the League. Here is what they said in their Round Table journal –
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. 28
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. 29
Waaaaaa – the big babies wailed over not getting to boss everyone around
The Round Table created the Council On Foreign Relations in New York City on July 29, 1921.
Whitney Shepardson was a director of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Allen Dulles was also a director of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Thomas Lamont was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Walter Lippmann was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
The chairman of the CFR has been Round Table member – David Rockefeller.
The Council on Foreign Relations is one of the primary ways the British slavemasters have infiltrated the U.S. government and covertly influenced the American government to forward the agenda of the British nobility.
Every American President, except one, has been a member of the CFR, and 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.
Allen Welsh Dulles
The Council on Foreign Relations was an advancement on Step 2 of their takeover plan for America –
Step 1 – economic takeover
Step 2 – government takeover
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The relationship between Britain and America is a one-way street.
The British empire-builders only offer up ways that America can assist Britain.
And what does the parasitic British nobility give America in return?
Death and Destruction
World War I was a conflict over European disputes that had nothing to do with America.
There were 323,000 American casualties in World War I – 116,000 of those were deaths.
Over a hundred thousand American families lost their loved ones – sons, fathers, and husbands.
The British nobility and minions have orchestrated
repeated economic hardship on Americans.
This is the price we pay for allowing British intelligence agents
to operate freely in our country and government.
An intelligence agent is more destructive than an enemy soldier in uniform who is shooting people.
An intelligence agent is an operating enemy soldier –
who is not making his enemy status obvious by wearing an enemy uniform.
This chapter is continued in Five – 2.
- On June 2, 1877 Cecil Rhodes wrote his Confession of Faith
- 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 perfecting of a system of emigration from the United Kingdom, and of colonisation by British subjects of all lands where the means of livelihood are attainable by energy, labour and enterprise, and especially the occupation by British settlers of the entire Continent of Africa, the Holy Land, the Valley of the Euphrates, the Islands of Cyprus and Candia, the whole of South America, the Islands of the Pacific not heretofore possessed by Great Britain, the whole of the Malay Archipelago, the seaboard of China and Japan, the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of the British Empire, the inauguration of a system of Colonial representation in the Imperial Parliament which may tend to weld together the disjointed members of the Empire and, finally, the foundation of so great a Power as to render wars impossible and promote the best interests of humanity.
- The House of Rothschild: The World’s Banker, 1848-1998 by Niall Ferguson, Penguin Books, 2000 & The Founder by Rotberg, pp. 101, 102
- Anglo American Establishment by Carroll Quigley, professor of history
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… 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.
Alfred Milner was able to dominate this Group… It is doubtful if Milner could have formed his Group without assistance… the Cecil Bloc gave him the political influence without which his ideas could easily have diedin the seed…
The Milner Group could never have been built up by Milner’s own efforts. He had no political power or even influence. All that he had was ability and ideas. The same thing is true about many of the other members of the Milner Group… The power that was utilized by Milner and his Group was really the power of the Cecil family and its allied families…
…Milner built up a body of assistants known in history as “Milner’s Kindergarten.”
5. Anglo American Establishment by Carroll Quigley, professor of history
The Cecil Bloc was a nexus of political and social power formed by Lord Salisbury…
This Cecil Bloc was built up by Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, Viscount Cranborne and third Marquess of Salisbury. Salisbury was Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary…
The methods used by this man… can be summed up under three headings:
(a) a triple-front penetration in politics, education, and journalism
(b) the recruitment of men of ability (chiefly from All Souls) and the linking of these men to the Cecil Bloc by matrimonial alliances and by gratitude for titles and positions of power
(c) the influencing of public policy by placing members of the Cecil Bloc in positions of power shielded as much as possible from public attention.
One of his sisters was the mother of Arthur J. Balfour…
6. The Intimate Papers of Colonel House by professor Charles Seymour, Volume 2, page 87, available to read at Hathitrust
7. New York Times March 5, 1926 – Colonel House Writes of Swaying Wilson
8. Wikipedia Encyclopedia
9. The 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.
10. Published by Jhistory (November 2002), Eric Hopkins: Charles Masterman (1873-1927), Politician and Journalist: The Splendid Failure – (Studies in British History, vol. 54). The Edward Mellen Press, 1999 – REVIEW by Dafnah Strauss of Haifa University, Israel.
11. The Times, History and Encyclopaedia of the War, British Propaganda in Enemy Countries
12. The Strangest Friendship in History by George Sylvester Viereck, p. 172, (1932)
13. In Spies We Trust: The Story of Western Intelligence by Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones
14. The Papers of Colonel House – page 136 of the PDF
15. Records of Committee on Public Information commissioners at Paris, Rome, Madrid, The Hague, London, Santiago, Buenos Aires, and Lima, 1918-19. Records of Committee on Public Information representatives in Russia, primarily in Moscow and Vladivostok, 1918-19 Records of the Committee on Public Information Archives.gov
16. The Times History And Encyclopedia of the War: British Propaganda in Enemy Countries, 1919
17. Robert E. Sherwood – Life magazine Volume 78 1921
THE contest to determine which was “The Worst Movie Produced in 1921 and Years Previous” is all over. Since seeing a ﬁlm entitled “The Spirit of ’76,” we have decided that the contest is too one-sided. There is only one real contender for the crown. This prize atrocity was produced by the All American Film Co. (under the direction of Mr. Robert Goldstein) and is designed as propaganda against England. We understand that Mr. Goldstein tried to present “The Spirit of ’76″ during the late war, and was rewarded with three years’ imprisonment. The sentence should have been life.
18. British Security Coordination Compendium, Section I – The Book and The Lords
19. Manipulating Public Opinion: The Why and the How by Edward Bernays
20. Crystallizing Public Opinion by Edward Bernays
21. Propaganda by Edward Bernays
22. statement made by Edward Bernays in 1947
23. George Washington statements in his letters and his farewell address
24. The Council on Foreign Relations Handbook of 1936
25. Borah speech, Congress Record, 66 Cong., I Sess., pp. 8777-8778; 8768-8769, 8781-8784
26. New Columbia Encyclopedia
27. The Anglo-American Establishment by Carroll Quigley
In 1919 Lionel Curtis was one of the chief founders of the Royal Institute of International Affairs… He was, like all the members of the Milner Group (Round Table), a member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs…
The Institute was formed by the Cecil Bloc and the Milner Group, acting together…
This brief sketch of the Royal Institute of International Affairs does not by any means indicate the very considerable influence which the organization exerts in English speaking countries… When the influence which the Institute wields is combined with that controlled by the Milner Group in other fields — in education, in administration, in newspapers and periodicals — a really terrifying picture begins to emerge.
No country that values its safety should allow what the Milner Group accomplished in Britain — that is, that a small number of men should be able to wield such power in administration and politics, …such influence over the avenues of information that create public opinion…
28. The British Empire, the League of Nations and the United States, The Round Table Volume 10, Issue 38, March 1920, pages 221-253
29. 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.