Friday, October 6, 2017


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by Morley Evans

J.P. Morgan, Jr.


SOME PEOPLE THINK that the United States engineered the Great War (World War I). I do. Qui Bono? Was that possible? Why would the United States do such a thing?


American libertarian ideology is driven to free people from the bondage of kings and empires. The American Revolution was the first in a long line of efforts to give something to the downtrodden masses. That's what they say it was all about. That's what everyone believes. The American Revolution came before the French Revolution, Napoleon and the Russian Revolution. "Freeing the world to death," has always been the hallmark of American foreign policy. It's in the American genetic code.

Here are two examples of hundreds of movies that illustrate the theme that honest American hillbillies teach the Old World new tricks. What was is the subliminal message of Elvis Presley and the Rock 'n Roll genre?
The Unsinkable Molly Brown with Debbie Reynolds
Sergeant York with Gary Cooper


A century of peace following the defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo made monarchy look safe, yet Great Britain was worried about losing its scientific, military and industrial preeminence to Germany and France had lost the Franco-Prussian War. 

The world was a powderkeg primed to blow. 

The United States has always had black operations. Americans became aware of one agency in the Second World War when Wild Bill Donovan ran the OSS. The Office of Naval Intelligence was established in 1882. The Revolutionary War 1776-78 was financed and sponsored by bankers in the City of London who owned the British East India Company, a company that behaved like a state with its own navy, army and flag. 

Final flag of the East India Company

The Serbian Black Hand — which assassinated the Austrian Archduke and started the Great War — was supported, financed and directed by shadowy "interests unknown". 

The Ukrainian Nazis who took over the Ukraine in 2014 after the Orange Revolution are descended from the Nazis who fought for Hitler in WW II and who continued to fight the Red Army after Nazi Germany surrendered in 1945. Stalin and Khrushchev had to deal with them. They have been financed, trained, equipped and directed by Washington through the communist and post-communist eras to conduct sabotage and assassinations. Today, they infiltrate the Crimea, the Donbass and Russia itself. Recently, they were active in Georgia, South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Chechnya. This is not new. Washington has always been a hive of busy bees.

While the average American may not be able to find Canada on a map, Washington has always possessed competent operators. One example is that the Office of Naval Intelligence cracked Japanese military codes before Pearl Harbor was attacked in 1941. FDR in Washington knew well in advance. Pearl Harbor was a "sneak attack" only to the American scapegoats in Hawaii who were pawns on Washington's chessboard.

Going back to the Great War: Setting the Great Powers to fight each other had them do all the work of destroying themselves.

Americans created the modern weapons used in the Great War. The list includes aeroplanes, machine guns, breechloading rifles, barbed wire and even submarines. Americans sold them to the Great Powers who went on to make their own. The Germans built factories to manufacture Hiram Maxim's machine gun.

Gold was used to buy American manufactured armaments. U.S. industry boomed. American financiers, like Morgan, loaned belligerents billions which had to be repaid with interest. Great Britain was wrecked. Americans sold guns, bombs, and butter to Great Britain and France. Germans were starved by the Royal Navy's blockade. Germany created the Unterseeboot (U-boat) to retaliate. Americans had built the first submarine during the Civil War. (Confederates did it to break the Union blockade called the anaconda plan.)

Ludendorff destroyed the Russian Empire and relieved the eastern front when he injected Lenin — "the communist bacillus" — into Petrograd (St. Petersburg) on April 16, 1917. Lenin who had been hiding out in Switzerland, where his bills were being paid by the Warbergs (the American banking dynasty), was transported by the Germans to Russia in a "sealed train". It was sealed, no doubt, to keep Germany from being infected. Russia was contaminated as planned, but so was Germany and the world after the war.

Industrialized slaughter destroyed in one fell swoop most of the empires of the earth leaving only one empire untouched and enriched — the United States of America, the empire that does not think it is an empire. (The Chinese empire had been destroyed a few years before. Some European empires never got the message that they were now unimportant. The Empire of Japan was destroyed in WW II. The British Empire and the rest had to wait for World War II and its aftermath to find out they were toast.)

That is what happened. Was it all an accident? Humm . . .

“Do you want to know the cause of war? It is capitalism, greed, the dirty hunger for dollars. Take away the capitalist, and you will sweep war from the earth.”

― Henry Ford

Was Henry Ford some sort of communist?

Kaiser Wilhelm II was the favourite grandson of Queen Victoria. He loved his grandmother. She loved him and nurtured him throughout a difficult childhood. The Kaiser's mother was Vickie, one of Queen Victoria's daughters. Queen Victoria died in her grandson's arms in 1901. The Kaiser admired Great Britain and the British Empire.  The Kaiser Wilhelm II, Nicholas II and George V were first cousins! They grew up together. Some say they had been friends. "If their grandmother Queen Victoria had still been alive, said the Kaiser, she would never have allowed them to go to war with each other," BBC.

Something went wrong. That's for sure. The Great War changed the world completely. The world is changing completely again after a century. Those who are first soon will be last.

BBC British History

Did Queen Victoria really die in the Kaiser's arms? Eric Koch says no, but the Kaiser always said she did, according to Koch. Why would the Kaiser say that if he hated all things, British?


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