Part 1 - The Federal Reserve:
The Federal Reserve, by law, returns all of its profits to the Treasury, a fact which some are quick to point out in defense of the institution. Some consider this an indication that the FED is in fact a “quasi-governmental” agency, and that is one way of looking at it. However, the institution was created by private bankers, as explained in Uroko and in books such as G. Edward Griffin’s seminal work ‘The Creature from Jeckyll Island’, the FED has never been fully audited so no one knows if they really return all of their profits to the Treasury, and, more to the point, holders of Federal Reserve bank stock recieve a 6% yearly dividend come rain or come shine. This stock is held solely by member banks and is not publically traded.
The real power of the FED however lies not in the interest payments it recieves on the money it creates, but rather in its ability to control the ebb and flow of the business cycle (and, if they wish, to create bubbles and crashes).
The best source of information I have found on the Federal Reserve system is Ellen Brown’s website, Web of Debt. http://www.webofdebt.com/
I went easy on Hamilton in my movie. Few of the founders trusted him including John Adams, despite Adams’ having been considered a part of Hamilton’s Federalist camp. John Adams’ wife, Abigail, once remarked that Hamilton had “the devil in his eyes”.
The coup d’etat I mentioned Hamilton having planned is not in reference to the ‘Newburgh Conspiracy’, whereby officers of Washington’s Continental Army threatened Congress for the pay of back wages and pensions, an action which Hamilton, who hoped that the officers’ demands would help his efforts to centralize the nation’s finances and push through new tariffs on imports, supported. The never-executed coup I referred to was hatched by Hamilton following the ‘XYZ affair’, whereby tensions between America and France after the French Revolution became highly strained. Washington was getting on in years, and in his stead Alexander Hamilton, who was Washington’s second in command, seized on anti-French sentiment to re-assemble the Continental Army with a force of 10,000 men, ostensibly to defend against an attack on US soil by French soldiers. The possibility of such a move on the part of the French was not even remotely foreseeable, and Adams, who was then president, knew it. Adams eventually defused the Franco-American crisis, thereby pulling the rug out from whatever Hamilton was planning.
This is all detailed in John McCullough’s excellent biography, ‘John Adams’. The following from page 522 of McCullough’s book spells it out pretty well:
Had Jefferson known Adams’ mind at this juncture, he would have been quite surprised. Most striking was their common dislike and fear of Hamilton. The worries Jefferson had about Hamilton’s threat to the nation were more than matched by Adams’s, as Adams revealed in private conversation with Elbridge Gerry at the President’s House. ”[Adams] thought Hamilton and a party were endeavoring to get an army on foot to give Hamilton the command of it, and thus to proclaim a regal government and place Hamilton as the head of it, and prepare the way for a province of Great Britain,” wrote Gerry. Plainly, Adams feared a military coup by the second “Bonaparte,” which goes far to explain what was soon to take place…
Nathan Rothschild and Waterloo:
This story of Nathan R0thschild and his insider trading coup immediately following Napoleon’s defeat at Waterloo was described in Ignatius Balla’s book ‘The Romance of the Rothschilds’. In 1914 Baron Nathan Mayer de Rothschild sued Balla for libel on the grounds that the Waterloo story about his grandfather was unfounded. The court ruled that the story was in fact true, dismissed the lawsuit, and ordered Baron Rothschild to pay Balla’s court costs. This was reported in the New York Times in April 1915.
Part 2 - Andrew Jackson:
My movie gives the impression that Andrew Jackson was one of the “good-guys”, and in regards to resisting the power of the international bankers, he was certainly one of America’s true heroes. He was also, however, a strong advocate of the policy of Indian removal. While the ‘Trail of Tears’ which befell the Cherokee tribe upon their removal from the American south to Oklahoma took place after Jackson had left office, the disaster was the result of Indian removal policies Jackson had furthered while president. An attempt on Jackson’s life by an assassin was attempted, but failed – the gun misfired. Actually, the assassin, a “dereranged” housepainter from England, had a spare gun, which also misfired. (The misfiring of both guns has been accredited to the high humidity of the day, both guns fired perfectly when tested later.)
James A. Garfield:
Quoted: “Whoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce.”
President Garfield understood the power inherent in the control of money. He was assassinated by Charles J. Guiteau in 1881. The assassin Guiteau had concluded, apparently, that “God had commanded him to kill the president”. Garfield was the first American president and one of many enemies of the international bankers to have died at the hands of “lone-nut-assassins”.
As with Andrew Jackson, Uroko Part 2 leaves the impression that Lincoln was one of America’s great heroes, and again, like Jackson, he certainly was with regard to his resisting the power of the international bankers. Lincoln reportedly stated, “I have two great enemies, the southern army in front of me and the financial institutions in the rear. Of the two, the one in the rear is the greatest enemy.”
As with Andrew Jackson, Uroko Part 2 leaves the impression that Lincoln was one of America’s great heroes, and again, like Jackson, he certainly was with regard to his resisting the power of the international bankers. Lincoln reportedly stated,”I have two great enemies, the southern army in front of me and the financial institutions in the rear. Of the two, the one in the rear is the greatest enemy.”
However, Lincoln had been backed into a corner in the early stages of the Civil War by English banks which supported the South and wanted roughly 30% interest on requested loans to the Union. In response Lincoln told the English bankers ‘no thanks’ and printed his own Treasury notes instead, known as Greenbacks for their use of green ink on the reverse side.
The whole idea however that the North could legally or morally prevent southern states from seceding from the Union by force of arms was contrary to both the spirit of the US Constitution and the conditions by which the individual states signed on to an American Union in the first place. This is, of course, quite controversial, but Abraham Lincoln could be thought of as one of America’s most effective ‘Federalists’, that is, he ultimately advanced the cause of central Federal power.
But at the time, Lincoln’s unconstitutional stance regarding the South did not (yet) benefit the international bankers (they hadn’t seized control of the US government yet and supported the Southern States in their attempt to secede). It was Lincoln’s interest-free Greenbacks which presented a real threat to the bankers, who by then were working ardently toward controlling the issuance of US currency (via a central bank, which they would ultimately create, controlled by them).
A Canadian Attorney, Gerald G. McGeer, claimed to have obtained evidence from the public record of the trial of John Wilkes Booth deleted after Booth’s execution. As reported in an article in the Vancouver Sun in May of 1934 he stated,
“Abraham Lincoln, the murdered emancipator of the slaves, was assassinated through the machinations of a group representative of the International Bankers, who feared the United States President’s National Credit ambitions. There was only one group in the world at that time who had any reason to desire the death of Lincoln. They were the men opposed to his national currency program and who had fought him throughout the whole Civil War on his policy of Greenback currency.”
The House of Rothschild/Chapter Five
By Eustace Mullins
Part 3 - J. P . Morgan:
Some charge that after the paying off of debts and liabilities, the estate of J. P . Morgan was left with only around 11 million dollars after his death. I conservatively erred on the high side, which some quote as 70 million. After Morgan died and this information became publicly known, J. D. Rockefeller allegedly remarked, amusingly, that John Pierpont Morgan wasn’t really even a rich man.
The tycoon with a top-hat synonomous with the board-game ‘Monopoly’ is in fact a characterization of J. P. Morgan.
Part 4 - Theodore Roosevelt:
Teddy Roosevelt has been elevated to the level of one of America’s greatest presidents, partially for his personal involvement as a heroic fighting leader of soldiers during the Spanish-American War (which he helped start), and his setting aside vast tracts of American land as protected national parkland.
But who owns those parklands today? Ever noticed the U.N. signs gracing the entrances to many US National Parks?
And what was Roosevelt’s real legacy? It was increased Federal power.
His close friend and Secretary of War and then State, Elihu Root, is the real person of interest in this section. What I chose not to delve on was Root’s role as one of the first leading lawyers of the American Bar Association (which is, as all Bar Associations around the world are, a franchise of the International Bar Association located in the City of London). From that position Root helped write some of the first interstate-commerce laws in the US, known collectively as ‘Uniform Laws’.
These Uniform Laws have increased in number many fold since their inception under Root and, in effect, stole powers from the states and transfered them to the Federal Government under the guise of uniform interstate commerce.
But uniformity was never more than an excuse … what these laws and regulations actually do (and were designed to do) is handicap small companies in favor of large ones, those which can afford the man-power to comply with invasive (and almost always unecessary) federal regulations. A century’s worth of these laws has manifested in a decidedly unlevel playing field, benefiting large corporations at the expense of true competition and free market forces.
Congressmen of the early 19th century understood the threat posed by lawyers to the America envisioned by the founders and banned persons bearing “Titles of Nobility” (which included lawyers) from holding office under the legally ratified (original) 13th amendment, which was simply swept under the rug, ignored, and ultimately forgotten.
In addition to being Teddy Roosevelt’s Secretary of War and then State, Elihu Root was also the first chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations and president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace before and after the first world war.
Part 5 - Income Tax:
While the 16th Amendment (allegedly ratified February 1913), which authorized Congress to “collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration”, and income tax legislation under the guise of the Revenue Act of 1913 (passed in May) did in fact become law the same year the Federal Reserve Act was passed, the definition of the word ‘income’ had yet to become equivocated with ‘wages’ and only a tiny portion of the the American people paid any income tax until World War II.
However, the income tax legislation passed in that year did open the door for the government to tap the fuits of the labor of average American citizens to pay for an ever expanding federal government and ever increasing public debt.
Bill Benson, in “The Law That Never Was”, puts forth convincing evidence that the 16th Amendment was never legally ratified by the required 3/4th majority of the States.
Part 6 - Tax-exempt foundations:
The Rockefeller Foundation, Ford Foundation and Carnegie Endowment were all modelled after the Peabody Foundation, set up by the patriarch of the Morgan banking dynasty, George Peabody. These foundations were designed to serve several purposes, to shield company assets from public purchase, to put a humanitarian face on the people behind them, and to establish instruments through which societal change could be affected.
The late Norman Dodd began his career as an employee and later executive at a Morgan affilliated New York bank. (Which bank in particular was not revealed in his interview.)
G. Edward Griffin’s full one hour talk with Norman Dodd before his death can be seen here:
Part 7 - Council on Foreign Relations:
The CFR is but one of a large number of like-institutions which can be characterised as tools of influence for the ruling elite. Other prominent organizations include the Trilateral Commission, founded by David Rockefeller and close friend and CFR leader Zbignew Brzezinski, created to link the economic spheres of Asia, North America and Europe; the globally oriented Bilderberg Group, Club of Rome and 1001 Club; the Anglo-American Pilgrims Society; European dominated Le Cercle; London based Chatham House (formerly known as the Royal Institute of International Affairs); and others. On the darker, more secretive side you have the Bohemian Club and Skull and Bones fraternity at Yale; on the more legit side you have groups like the Aspen Institute, Peter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics, and a host of scholarly think tanks and organization that are too numerous to name and which all promote slightly varying agendas. Together, these many institutions serve the people who created them … to protect and expand their political influence and guide societal trends.
The more visible figures of the so-called global elite often hold multiple directorships on any number of the various institutions listed (and others not listed) above. Many of the most powerful world figures however, it should be noted, do not attend these meetings but rather have representatives do so for them. They prefer to remain invisible.
Most of the above listed organizations/think tanks also list various corporate sponsors.
Alex Jones’ full interview with the late Aaron Russo can be seen here:
Part 8 - Rothschild involvement in the Russo-Japanese War:
The Rothschilds stayed out of the Russo-Japanese War, at least officially. Following the war however the Rothschild banks re-financed Japan’s war debt, there are a number of letters which were exchanged between the English and French houses of the Rothschild banks which have been published, whereby the English Rothschilds vouched for Japan’s credit-worthiness to their French cousins.
The backing of the Tokugawa and the clans of western Japan respectively by the French and the British is a classic Rothschild move reminiscent of the backing of both sides of the Napoleonic War by the French and English houses of the Rothschild banking family, although there is no concrete evidence to support such a charge with respect to Japan.
I have no idea how involved the Rothschilds may or may not have been in the support of Japan in their aggression toward Russia. I suspect that the English Rothschild house was in favor of supporting Japan’s war against Russia while the French branch of the house was against it, and so they all stood aside and let Jacob Schiff and the Warburg family take both the risks and responsibility, and partook in the rewards afterwards.
Parts 9/10 - Templar flight from Spain and Portugal:
My leap of intuition regarding a Templar flight from Spain and Portugal to Engand and Holland is just that, a leap of intuition. (To be correct, the Templars had been long banned and the order continued to exist on the Iberian peninsula under other banners such as the Knights of Christ.)
But I have been interested in this topic for years and, despite the fact that no one (that I know of) has ever advanced this idea before, all of the clues I have uncovered support it and I have no doubt that at least some of the Templar remnant (i.e. their heirs and successors) left Spain and Portugal for England and Holland during the inquisition. We know that property owned by the Templar-descended Orders in Iberia (Spain and Portugal) was expropriated by the monarchy … the members of those orders couldn’t have been too happy about that. Concurrently, their religious leanings almost certainly would have come under suspicion during the Spanish Inquisition … how could the heirs and descendants of the Templars, officially a heretic order, not have been targeted by the Catholic Church there? How else is one to explain the dramatic switch in naval power from Spain and Portugal to England and Holland following the initiation of the Inquisition?
I stand by my conclusion, in fact, just between you and me, I suspect that the prosperous partnership in Spain and Portugal between the heirs of the banned Templars and Jewish merchants during the Age of Discovery was the impetus that drove the Church to propose institituting the Spanish Inquisition in the first place.
When one begins to consider historical events in terms of a millenium-old struggle for power between the Catholic Church and Kabbalah-inspired Dualist/Humanist/Illuminatist groups like the Cathars, Templars, Rosicrucians, Freemasons, etc., things begin to make a whole lot more sense.
(Even today, you can see this animosity play out in real time, in the efforts of the FED-aligned JP Morgan Chase/Goldman Sachs/Citibank alliance to try and hobble Vatican-aligned Bank of America. When Bank of America first appeared on the scene in the early 20th century J. P. Morgan all but declared war on the upstart bank.)
I resisted the temptation to reveal that the patriarchal roots of more modern figures like Dick Cheney and Walt Disney also lead back to Normans on the battlefield of Hastings. Admiral Perry, who threatened Japan into opening its borders to foreign trade was also descended from a Norman ancestor who fought at Hastings and recieved lands from William the Conqueror.
There are many others. For laughs, if you are curious about a certain person, either a modern “player” or one who played a significant role in the past, enter his or her family or maiden name at:
… and see what comes up. The percentage of “players” whose family names trace back to an ancestor who fought at Hastings is quite astounding. The Jewish/Germanic branch of the elite is of course separate from this Norman branch, and those family names trace back to Bavaria, Baden, Austria, Hungary etc.
Magyar/Kabar Migration, Magyar-Hun relationship:
This is a very confusing and controversial issue. I have researched it extensively, and decided to represent it simply without taking up a lot of time getting bogged down.
Some historians, possibly inclined to distance the Hungarian identity from the Huns, refute the idea that Hungary was named after them. The alternate theory is that Hungary was named for the On-ogur, a nomadic tribe or federation of tribes associated with the Bulgars. I’ve untangled this to my own satisfaction and have concluded that Hungary was indeed named for the Huns – what is meant by ‘Huns’ is another matter.
As to the identity of the Kabars, this is also a bit fuzzy, but numerous sources regard them as having been Jewish at least in part, historians Bunardzic and Zivanovic describing them as a Judaized people.
Part 11 – Collaboration between Wall Street and Nazi Germany:
It has been said that “Germany could not have gone to war in 1939 without I. G. Farben”. Sources describing I. G. Farben’s role in enabling the Nazi war machine and Hitler’s rise to power and documenting the involvement of Brown Brothers Harriman, Standard Oil, Sullivan & Cromwell and other US firms are numerous.
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