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Mayer, the Merchant of Judengasse
Nathan Rothschild, Relocation to the Banking Capital
The Rothschild’s Gold Operations
New York City, the Center of Mercantilism
The South, a Profitable Colony
Mercantilism versus Agrarianism
Social EnginEEring
An Education Fit for Workers and Soldiers
Robert Owen, a Utopian Socialist
Before Marx, there was Roosevelt
Hegelian Dialectics, Order Out of Chaos
The Genesis of the Worldwide Media Trust
Instigators from Abroad
ElitiStS and SEcrEt SociEtiES
Illuminati, Promises of Universal Emancipation
Society of Cincinnati, a More Perfect Union
The Philolexian Society
SlavEry and Emancipation
Columbus in the Caribbean, Slavery and Slaughter
Keeping the Elite Master Race Pure
Brown Brothers, Slave Traders and Money Laundering
The Factory Slavery System
Out of the Congo
The Great American Republican Experiment, 1774-1812
Financing the First Revolution, 1775-1783
The Jay Treaty
The Whiskey Rebellion, Suppressing Opposition
The Original Thirteenth Amendment
Some Reasons for the War of 1812
The Monroe Doctrine, Manifest Colonization
The Railroad Trust
thE SouthErn ScoundrElS
Andrew Jackson, Slave Owner and Planter
Jackson’s Indian Policies, Making Room for Plantations
Jackson and the Second Bank of the United States
The Jackson Administration, a Den of Vipers
Planters versus the People
The Nullification Crisis, 1832-1833
prEparing For thE rEvolution
Mexico, then Cuba, Imperialistic Targets
The Havana Club
Lincoln, an Illinois Whig
The Right of Secession
South Carolina Secession, the Powder Keg
Harriet’s Hateful Propaganda
The Forty-Eighters, Marxists in America
German Socialists and the 1860 Election
Fort Sumter – Deliberate Provocation
amErica’S SocialiSt rEvolution
Lincoln and the American System
Lincoln, the Great Divider
Folks, It Wasn’t About Slavery
Lincoln, Marx and Emancipation
Lincoln, the Machiavellian Dictator
Socialist Revolutionaries in the Union Army
Charles A. Dana, a Socialist in the War Department
“We Never Would Have Come up There”
Sherman’s Scorched-Earth March to the Sea
From the Revolution Forward
Merging Socialism and Christianity
Alaska, the Bargain of the Century
The Pledge of Obedience
The Socialist Bellamy Cousins
The Assassination Conspiracy
Ethnic clEanSing in amErica
Biological Warfare against the Indians
Kansas Spoils and the Politicians
The Indian Massacre and Removal in Colorado
Neutrality = Death
The Sioux Uprising of 1862
The Bear River Massacre
Concentration or Extermination
conclusIons
IndeX
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The Ruling Elite

The Ruling Elite

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Lincoln's war, the North's attack on the South, took the life of 622,000 citizens and altered the government's structure. Marx and Engels watched the war from afar and applauded his efforts. The media and our government-controlled schools have presented a deceptive view of every historical event and have whitewashed the most scandalous political leaders and vilified leaders who have worked in the best interests of the people. Following Lincoln's precedent-setting war, we have been repeatedly lied into wars. Currently, our young men and women shed their blood in foreign lands while well-connected corporations make massive profits rebuilding the infrastructure that other corporations have demolished. Meanwhile, our politicians, possessing inside knowledge, grow richer through their investments and the bribes they accept from deep-pocketed lobbyists. They have not listened to their constituents for decades. CIA thugs, in behalf of the corporations, commit terrorist acts in other countries which the U.S. government and media blame on the so-called insurgents.In 2010, the Pentagon paid the following to the top five out of 100 (1) Lockheed Martin Corp. $16,700,588,328; (2) Northrop Grumman Corp. $11,145,533,497; (3) Boeing Co. $10,462,626,196; (4) Raytheon Co. $6,727,232,555; (5) Science Applications International Corp. $5,474,482,583. Yet, throughout the country, vital infrastructure is crumbling and politicians are selling taxpayer-funded public properties to private interests as a profitable venture. The new owners exploit the public by raising service rates while diminishing the services.
Lincoln's war, the North's attack on the South, took the life of 622,000 citizens and altered the government's structure. Marx and Engels watched the war from afar and applauded his efforts. The media and our government-controlled schools have presented a deceptive view of every historical event and have whitewashed the most scandalous political leaders and vilified leaders who have worked in the best interests of the people. Following Lincoln's precedent-setting war, we have been repeatedly lied into wars. Currently, our young men and women shed their blood in foreign lands while well-connected corporations make massive profits rebuilding the infrastructure that other corporations have demolished. Meanwhile, our politicians, possessing inside knowledge, grow richer through their investments and the bribes they accept from deep-pocketed lobbyists. They have not listened to their constituents for decades. CIA thugs, in behalf of the corporations, commit terrorist acts in other countries which the U.S. government and media blame on the so-called insurgents.In 2010, the Pentagon paid the following to the top five out of 100 (1) Lockheed Martin Corp. $16,700,588,328; (2) Northrop Grumman Corp. $11,145,533,497; (3) Boeing Co. $10,462,626,196; (4) Raytheon Co. $6,727,232,555; (5) Science Applications International Corp. $5,474,482,583. Yet, throughout the country, vital infrastructure is crumbling and politicians are selling taxpayer-funded public properties to private interests as a profitable venture. The new owners exploit the public by raising service rates while diminishing the services.

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