War, who is it good for?

Prior to World War 1 the network of affiliated interests which were centred around the Milner Group desired war with Germany and they directed their “instruments” accordingly, resulting in a foreign policy hostile to Germany under the direction of Milner associate Edward Grey (Foreign Secretary 1905-16) who signed a series of agreements with the Russian Empire and the French republic which effectively ended Britain’s isolationist policy. As the diplomatic situation changed the Milner controlled press continually disseminated alarmist anti-German propaganda as a series of diplomatic incidents were purposefully embellished to incite public feeling against Germany. Although Britain was not obliged by treaty to participate in a future European conflict, the machinations of the Milner Group made it inevitable that she would do so and with the prevailing tensions it was not a case of if there would be a war, but when.

There were some affiliated elitist interests in America who could foresee the coming conflict and welcomed the prospect of war.

“We are now at the year 1908…In that year, the trustees…raised a specific question, which they discussed throughout the balance of the year in a very learned fashion. The question is- is there any means known more effective than war, assuming you wish to alter the life of an entire people? And they conclude that no more effective means than war to that end is known to humanity. So then, in 1909, they raised the second question and discussed it, namely: How do we involve the United States in a war? Then finally they answered that question as follows: We must control the state department. That very naturally raises the question of how do we do that? And they answer it by saying: We must take over and control the diplomatic machinery of this country. And finally, they resolve to aim at that as an objective”

The Dictaphone tapes of the Carnegie foundation as investigated by Katherine Casey

Network interests had strong motivations for seeking to “alter the lives of an entire people”; war, for some, is an opportunity….

“Control of the economy. Control of populations. Control of territory. Control of information. World War 1 was a boon for all those who wanted to consolidate control of the many in the hands of a few; this was the vision that united all those participants in the conspiracies that led to the war itself.” James Corbett

Unbeknownst to the general public the decision for America to enter the war had already been taken amongst the industrial and banking “elites” of the country and the only obstacles to overcome were the widespread public opposition and the lack of discernible motivation for intervention.

To persuade the sceptics the network employed its control of the press, which was less pervasive than it is today, to spread embellished and falsified propaganda to justify intervention on humanitarian and moral grounds. Many of their political objectives had already been achieved with President Woodrow Wilson acting effectively as their “instrument” under the careful guidance of master-manipulator Edward Mandell House, a man who had been actively conspiring with Foreign Secretary Grey to embroil the USA in the European War.

In 1915 House was asked what would happen if a cruise ship were to sink with American citizens aboard…

“if this were done a flame of indignation would sweep across America which would itself probably carry us into the war”

The British liner Lusitania, listed by the admiralty as an auxiliary warship and loaded with munitions, was, that very day, torpedoed by a German submarine and sank with the loss of over 1,000 civilians including 128 Americans.

The sinking shifted public opinion towards intervention and two years later Wilson declared war, much to the relief of American banking interests who had already invested millions of dollars in loans to the “allied” cause. The isolationists on both sides of the Atlantic had lost the political battle to keep their respective countries out of the conflict resulting in the death and mutilation of millions of their citizens and the accumulation of massive debt as the elitist interests which had sought war greatly extended their wealth, power and influence.

“This was no small circle of friends who had embroiled the world in the first truly (global) war but a loosely knit network of overlapping interests separated by oceans and united in a shared vision for a New World Order” James Corbett

After the war the Anglo-American establishment pressed on with their plans for the further centralization of power as they established the League of Nations; the plan being to use collectivized state power to further their interests under the auspices of controlling conflict and promoting peace between nations. The League was enthusiastically endorsed by Woodrow Wilson, but the United States did not join (congress would not give up its veto on war) and its influence was not powerful enough to bring about the networks desire for a New World Order. The network could not (entirely) impose their will; nation states still retained sufficient sovereignty to resist their imposition. During this period the Network loaned large sums of money to the unstable Weimar republic whilst simultaneously pursuing a policy of disarmament and appeasement towards it.

“The Dawes plan, which was largely a JP Morgan production, was drawn up by an international committee of financial experts…Germany paid reparations for five years under the Dawes Plan (1924-29) and owed more at the end than it had owed at the beginning….It is worthy of note that this system was set up by the international bankers and that the subsequent lending of other people’ money to Germany was profitable to these bankers….With these American loans, Germany was able to rebuild her industrial system to make it the second best in the world by a wide margin….The only things wrong with the system were a) that it could collapse as soon as the United States ceased to lend, and b) in the meantime debts were merely being shifted from one account to another and no-one was getting any nearer to solvency…Nothing was settled by all this, but the international bankers sat in heaven, under a rain of fees and commissions” Carrol Quigley

Did the Network employ the Hegelian Dialectic and purposefully cause the Second World War? They certainly had the motive, the means and the will to do so and once again America’s entry into war was awash with controversy; The president wanted America to fight, the American naval base at Pearl Harbour was inadequately prepared for the attack and subsequent testimony has revealed that high ranking members within the administration, including President Roosevelt, had received intelligence about the impending attack which was then intentionally suppressed.

“America’s entry into the war marked the culmination of a great and daring leader’s extraordinary diplomatic enterprise. In less than three years, Roosevelt had taken his staunchly isolationist people into a global war…Roosevelt had achieved his goal patiently and inexorably, educating his people one step at a time about the necessities before them…By initiating hostilities, the Axis powers had solved Roosevelt’s lingering dilemma about how to move the American people into war”

Henry Kissinger

War had once again proved immensely profitable for the Network; they had made billions of pounds of profits whilst burdening national governments with mountains of debt and furthermore they had eliminated the problem of American isolationism and were now in a position to use that countries vast immense military-industrial-complex to their advantage. In 1945 an intergovernmental organization was formed which was to provide the framework for what was to become a system of “global governance”; that organization was the United Nations and the following year it brazenly adopted the flat earth map as its map and emblem. The Network was now in a position to seize the remaining power from the nation states under the auspices of “globalization”…to rule the world they required the destruction of national sovereignty.

Network insiders have been candid about the true nature of their organization’s objectives; from their perspective a one world government is the inevitable consequence of the subjugation of the nation state and the culmination of an inescapable process of centralizing power made possible by their access to technology and resources.

“We shall have world government, whether or not we like it. The question is only whether world government will be achieved by consent or conquest” James Warburg (Council of Foreign Relations)

The resulting society will be tyrannical because the Network believes it has the right to rule in secrecy and their ability to manipulate public perception has allowed them to govern with manufactured consent; furthermore, their criminality will be neither exposed nor punished by subservient political institutions.

“The society of experts will control propaganda and education. It will teach loyalty to the world government, and make nationalism high treason. The government, being an oligarchy, will instill submissiveness into the great bulk of the population…It is possible that it may invent ingenious ways of concealing its own power, leaving the forms of democracy intact, and allowing the plutocrats or politicians to imagine that they are cleverly controlling these forms….whatever the outward forms may be, all real power will be concentrated in the hands of those who understand the art of scientific manipulation”

Bertrand Russell

Since the Second World War this oligarchy has effectively seized control of most of the wealth and resources of the earth using their “instruments” to apply coercion when bribery will not suffice; their most potent “instrument” is the military might of the United States of America which has “intervened” in over 150 conflicts since 1945 (and untold others covertly) and has hundreds of military bases all over the earth. American forces are not acting in the interests of the United States, they are under the control of the Network and have been used to implement a quite horrific agenda of exploitation and subjugation at the behest of a ruthless oligarchy. Throughout the 20th century the Network created and controlled armed conflict as a means of centralizing power in their remorseless quest for world domination, an agenda which resulted in hundreds of wars, millions of deaths, and waste, destruction and the dehumanization of humanity on a monumental scale.

“I spent thirty three years and four months in active military service as a member of this country’s most agile force, the Marine Corps. I served in all commissioned ranks from Second Lieutenant to Major-General. And during that period, I spent most of my time being a high-class muscleman for big business, for Wall street and for the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism”

“War is just a racket. A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of people. Only a small inside group knows what it is all about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few at the expense of the masses”

Major-General Smedley Butler

The Network has a contemptuous disregard for the military personnel whom they regard as expendable commodities. Henry Kissinger is alleged to have said in a moment of indiscretion….

“Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy”

A sentiment sensed amongst many of those that Kissinger directed to fight in Vietnam who referred to themselves as…

“The unwilling led by the unqualified doing the unnecessary for the ungrateful”

Behind the pomp, ceremony and propaganda the Anglo-American military forces are simply glorified mercenaries who have been carefully programmed to serve the Network by “spreading democracy”, albeit by the barrel of a gun. They are the unthoughtful led by the unwise doing the unspeakable in the service of the untouchable.

The countries whose interests these men believe they are serving have been intentionally asset-stripped and burdened with an unpayable debt and must now acquiesce to their subservient role under the governance of the planned one world government.

“The United States must be prepared to make sacrifices…in setting up a world politico-economic order”

Foster Dulles Council of Foreign Relations

A century of war has been sustained by a century of lies. The Network has used its “instruments” to direct a constant flow of emotive propaganda, thinly disguised as news and entertainment, to justify, sanitize and glorify war whilst they have carefully manipulated the historical narrative through the misrepresentation, omission and falsification of information.

“We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time magazine and other publications whose directors have attended our meetings and have respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity. But the world is now much more sophisticated and prepared to march toward a world government” David Rockerfeller

The winners do indeed write the history books and these instigators and beneficiaries of seemingly unrelated conflicts have been mindful to conceal their complicity. When Quigley released “Tragedy and Hope” in 1966″ they soon made their displeasure known…

“Powerful influences in this country want me, or at least my work, suppressed” Carrol Quigley

The importance of Quigley’s writings did not go unnoticed….

“As I see it, the great contribution which Dr Carroll Quigley unintentionally made by writing Tragedy and Hope was to help the ordinary American realize the utter contempt which the Network leaders have for ordinary people. Human beings are treated en-masse as helpless puppets on an international chess board where giants of economic and political power subject them to wars, revolution, civil strife, confiscation, subversion, indoctrination, manipulation and deception”. W. Cleon. Skousen – The Naked Capitalist

Despite their reticence, those within the Network must have been well satisfied with their “achievements” as the 20th century drew to a close; they had at their disposal governments, corporations and institutions across the earth with an accumulation of wealth and power which was unprecedented in known human history. Their success brought no respite. There can be no rest for the wicked as predatory, parasitical malevolence must feed off the momentum it creates. The conspirators were already planning for perpetual conflict against enemies foreign and domestic to be justified with a deception which was so bold and so shocking that it would change the world forever. The “war” on “terror” was about to begin. But what is the purpose of this “war”, and who are the real “terrorists”?