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British Zionism, the Genesis of the Movement
Organizing Circumstances Behind the Scenes
The Early Zionists
Turkey, an Economic Vassal State
Seeking Government Sponsorship
Target Palestine, a Jewish Homeland
Manipulating Jewish Colonization, a History
Immigration, Facilitating Political Objectives
Communist Base in America
ImpErIalIsm and WarfarE
The Sugar Trust
Political Puppets for Corporate Interests
Annexing Hawaii for Its Own Good
Early Expansionism in the Caribbean
Cuba, Imperialism in the Neighborhood
Santo Domingo, a Third-World County
The Panama Canal, Essential for National Defense?
Liberating the Philippines, 1898
The Filipinos Fight Back
capItalIsm and corporatIsm
The Secretive Pilgrims Society
Imperialism Abroad, Debt Enslavement at Home
Monopolies and Trusts—the Standard Oil Trust
The American Medical Monopoly
The Aldrich Plan, Corporate Currency
The Federal Reserve, the Money Trust
African Resources and the Boer Wars
Dam Hoover
Japan, the Banker’s Mercenary in Asia
prEparIng for rEvolutIon, World War onE
Germany, Historical Perspectives
Berlin to Baghdad, the Railway Concession
German Ingenuity, a Threat to British Hegemony
Marxism, Terrorism and Assassinations
1905 Revolution, Funded by International Bankers
Woodrow Wilson, a Zionist Puppet
Assassination in Sarajevo
The Lusitania Incident, Live Bait
thE rEvolutIon, World War onE
Media and Wartime Propaganda, Fomenting Hatred
Ethnic Dissension and Polarization
The Revolutionary Young Turks
Enver Leads Turkey into the War
Sykes-Picot Agreement
The Military Tribunals, the Terrible Turks
Confronting Denial
The Bankers of World War I
Communism, a Banker’s Perfect Political System
The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917
Marxist Subversion throughout Europe
Marxist Infltration in Germany
Balfour: Germany is Expendable
Groundwork for the Holocaust Hoax
Concealing the History of World War I
The Brest-Litovsk Treaty
The Balfour Deportation Declaration
The Parliament of Man, the League of Nations
P. 1
The Ruling Elite

The Ruling Elite

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The U.S. government, complicit with the well-connected corporations, since the so-called Civil War, continues to wage war and destruction. Lincoln’s revolutionary war, supported by Marx and Engels, caused at least 618,222 and perhaps as many as 700,000 deaths, including about 50,000 Confederate civilians. Soldiers who were fighting, dying and killing during that war were in training for future wars. If Americans could kill fellow citizens, then they would use force against foreign citizens, in behalf of the government.

That war foreshadowed the devastating global warfare that followed with the Spanish American War, two World Wars, Korea, Vietnam, the First Gulf War and the current wars in the Middle East. They do not include the bombings in the Baltic and elsewhere or the CIA’s covert warfare wherein millions of people died. In the First World War, soldiers killed 9,911,000 people in action, and wounded 21,219,500 people, while 7,750,000 people were missing in action for a total of 38, 880,500. In the Second World War, there were over 24,000,000 military deaths and 49,000,000 civilian deaths totaling 73,000,000 deaths, not including the number of wounded or missing. That is 82,911,000 deaths in two world wars. The real question is WHY?
The U.S. government, complicit with the well-connected corporations, since the so-called Civil War, continues to wage war and destruction. Lincoln’s revolutionary war, supported by Marx and Engels, caused at least 618,222 and perhaps as many as 700,000 deaths, including about 50,000 Confederate civilians. Soldiers who were fighting, dying and killing during that war were in training for future wars. If Americans could kill fellow citizens, then they would use force against foreign citizens, in behalf of the government.

That war foreshadowed the devastating global warfare that followed with the Spanish American War, two World Wars, Korea, Vietnam, the First Gulf War and the current wars in the Middle East. They do not include the bombings in the Baltic and elsewhere or the CIA’s covert warfare wherein millions of people died. In the First World War, soldiers killed 9,911,000 people in action, and wounded 21,219,500 people, while 7,750,000 people were missing in action for a total of 38, 880,500. In the Second World War, there were over 24,000,000 military deaths and 49,000,000 civilian deaths totaling 73,000,000 deaths, not including the number of wounded or missing. That is 82,911,000 deaths in two world wars. The real question is WHY?

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