assert that the
'worldwide banking brotherhood' consists of a special type of being, referred toin the Old Testament as 'sheddim', the result of an extraordinary mutation
." However, let's notdelve too deeply into biology and psychopathology. The main thing is that Rakovsky was not alonein his conclusions."Communism is simply a front for something deeper", wrote the American Ralph Epperson."Communism is not the revolt of the poor, but the secret conspiracy of the rich. The internationalconspiracy arises not in Moscow but in New York."(See: Ralph Epperson.
The Hidden Hand
. St.Petersburg, 1996, p.103)The same assertion appears in his book
Where England is Going
(1927, England). After stating thatthe Comintern is a conservative organization compared to the stock exchange in New York, he asks:"Who's driving England toward revolution? Not Moscow, but New York".It's interesting that the West tried to save the most important suspects in the Moscow trials of 1936-1938. It was with this end that Leon Feichtwanger, writer and leading "B'nai B'rith" member, cameto Moscow to have a visit with Stalin
. The American ambassador Davis was present at theRakovsky trial and made enigmatic Masonic gestures to the accused.
Finally, on the eveof the verdict a mysterious powerful radio station in the West transmitted the following phrase several times in a row: "Pardon, or else the Nazithreat will increase."
Pardon was not forthcoming.
And on the last day of the trial(March 12, 1938) Hitler's forces entered Austria, effecting the Anschluss.
Nonetheless, a certain "consensus" must have been achieved: Feichtwanger, upon returning to theWest, wrote a book where he expressed approval of the Moscow trials, and entered his own verdict: justice had been served. According to certain sources
Radek and Rakovsky were never executed,
unlike the others, and lived out their years under assumed names after serving short sentences.However, we may never know the truth...The nature of the "bankers' Internationale" darkly hinted at by Rakovsky was clarified by laterinvestigations (more than ten books which came out in the 60's and 70's) of
American professorAnthony Sutton
. By complete accident a sheet of paper fell into his hands containing a list ofmembers of a certain secret organization who occupied key positions in the Americanestablishment. Over the course of several years Sutton gradually uncovered the structure of theorganization (which he called the Order), and discovered that it exerted enormous influence onAmerican political and economic life. What's more, it turned out thatthe Order controls the USeducational system, by means of which the worldview of the youth is formed, many culturalestablishments and even the church. Even more important are the international activities of thesecret union:
It financed the two major political movements of the 20th Century - the Bolsheviksand the Nazis - helped them attain and hold power, and then brought them into conflict
.Duringthe course of the war the major corporations represented by the Order made astronomical profits,weakened the governmental institutions of the major European powers and drew nearer to theirultimate goal:the creation of a "new world order", where the Order will play the leading role.
The wealthiest American families are Order members: the Rockefellers, Davidsons, Paynesand Harrimans,
who control major financial centers and leading fields of industry. The Ordercreated its own funds and think tanks, its own research, consultative and power structures.In hisbook
The Secret Cult of the Order
, Sutton traced the occult traditions of an organization arising (asRakovsky also asserted) from the Illuminati. It's curious that the symbolism of the "skull andbones", with its connotations of death and destruction, appeared simultaneously on the uniforms ofthe Nazi SS and in the name of the Order's affiliate at Yale University from which George Bush,future head of the CIA and US President, emerged.
The "philosophical" strategy: to bring"thesis" and "antithesis" into conflict to achieve the desired "synthesis", was based on theancient methodology of secret societies "enriched" by the Hegelian dialectic of the Order's