HOW THE PAST AFFECTS OUR FUTURE AND THE PRESENT.

1826 The murder of William Morgan, writer, for revealing secrets of the Free Masons. Hitler to fight Masons as well as Jews later. 1830 Mormon Church, Joseph Smith, Revelations. Now the repository for all our lives, front for CIA, computer-fed data banks. 1838 U.S. Civil War. Southern industry destroyed to block further wars. South turned to Armaments, Soldiers. Turned against it’s monster. Their revenge only coming to fruit with 1980 elections. 1860s Czar Alexander II and USA, President Abraham Lincoln, working to advance Russian technology. Standard oil, USA, British Empire, Royal Dutch Shell to be threatened. Want Russia subdued. 1862 Nobel family, gunpowder and other inventions, danger to British fleets in Baltic, Crimean War. 1872 Robert Nobel established in Baku, Russia, building pipelines, railroads, storage for oil. First oil tankers. Baron Von Mohrenschildt, father of George, Oswald’s friend, in charge. 1877 Standard Oil, USA, gains national ascendancy of oil […] Read More

The Rothschild 1901 – 1919: The secret creators of World War 1

By Peculiar Voice 1901: The Jews from the colonies set up in Palestine by Edmond James de Rothschild, send a delegation to him which tell him, “If you wish to save the Yishuv (The Jewish settlement) first take your hands from it, and for once permit the colonists to have the possibility of correcting for themselves what needs correcting.” Edmond James de Rothschild is very angry about this and states, “I created the Yishuv, I alone. Therefore no men, neither colonists nor organisations have the right to interfere in my plans.” The Rothschild banking-house in Frankfurt, Germany, M. A. von Rothschild und Söhne, closes as there is no male Rothschild heir to take it on. 1902: Philippe de Rothschild born. 1905: A group of Rothschild backed Zionist Jews led by Georgi Apollonovich Gapon attempt to overthrow the Tsar in Russia in a Communist Coup. They fail and are forced to flee Russia only to be given […] Read More

2009: The Hound of Mons

A strange horror story from the battlefields of World War I, when a terrible devil-dog was said to haunt the allied trenches. By Theo Paijmans  January 2009 Accounts of anomalous occurrences, tall tales and yarns, superstitions and rumours – all are born in the confusion and upheaval of every great conflict, and World War I was no exception. French linguist Albert Dauzat treats several fascinating legends that emerged from military conflicts, and lists a number of tales from WWI in his Légendes, Prophéties et Superstitions de la Guerre. In his book, published two years after the war, Dauzat recounts how he experienced a number of these legends firsthand, such as the rumoured arrival of large contingents of Russian troops: “At Pont-Audemer, a friend told me, during the whole of the Winter of 1914–1915, people believed in the disembarking of the Russians who had come from Arkhangelsk to Honfleur (situated […] Read More

1917: DICK ACT of 1902…

DICK ACT of 1902… CAN’T BE REPEALED (GUN CONTROL FORBIDDEN) – ProtectionAgainst Tyrannical Government  Submitted by Jonathan on Sun, 03/29/2009 – 2:04pm. The Dick Act of 1902 also known as the Efficiency of Militia Bill H.R. 11654 of June 28, 1902 invalidates all so-called gun-control laws. It also divides the militia into three distinct and separate entities. ** SPREAD THIS TO EVERYONE ** The three classes H.R. 11654 provides for are the organized militia, henceforth known as the National Guard of the State, Territory and District of Columbia, the unorganized militia and the regular army. The militia encompasses every able-bodied male between the ages of 18 and 45. All members of the unorganized militia have the absolute personal right and 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms of any type, and as many as they can afford to buy. The Dick Act of 1902 cannot be repealed; to […] Read More

2008: THE POWER ELITE’S USE OF WARS AND CRISES

By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D. January 28, 2008 NewsWithViews.com When Congressional Reece Committee research director Norman Dodd’s legal assistant Kathryn Casey looked at the planning documents for the founding of the Carnegie Endowment, she found something quite revealing. She found that they determined war would be helpful in furthering their objectives. Relevant to this, Rene Wormser in FOUNDATIONS: THEIR POWER AND INFLUENCE (1958) wrote that the head of the endowment, Nicholas Murray Butler, used the endowment’s funds to get the U.S. into World War I. The year after the endowment was founded in 1910, Robert Minor’s cartoon in the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH in 1911 depicted members of the power elite (John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, J.P Morgan, etc.) welcoming Karl Marx and his “socialism” to Wall Street. The next year Woodrow Wilson ran for president, and his “handler” for the power elite, Colonel Edward M. House, assured his bosses […] Read More