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Who’s the Boss, pt. 3

by DAVID BROWN | CLEARNFO.com | Aug 26, 2017

Remarkably, Carroll Quigley’s ‘Tragedy and Hope’ and his ‘Anglo-American Establishment’ omit much about Rockefeller; and this is no accident.   Even an insider like Quigley must be careful not to reveal too much or to touch on certain topics as he demonstrated in his 1974 interview with Rudy Maxa of the Washington Post.  

Kevin Cole explains:

Throughout the interview, Quigley incessantly signaled for the interviewer to turn off the tape recorder, and to be “discreet” and at one point even stated, “I don’t know if you want to put this on tape”… “You have to protect my future…as well as your own.”    We may never know what Quigley was so afraid of or why he omitted so much of Rockefeller in his writings on the inside workings of the ‘network’. 

So now we turn our attention to Josh G as he helps fill in some of the gaps Quigley and others left out of the story of the ruling oligarchs who control man’s destiny. You can read Josh’s PDF in the links below.  Josh G starts with a holy grail of sorts, and an unlikely source, revisiting the incredible Business Plot to overthrow FDR.  Through careful research, Josh G helps us understand Smedley Butler’s excellent book ‘War is a Racket’ is in reality a limited hangout or a partial reveal to deflect attention; and Smedley’s testimony before Congress on the infamous Business Plot was Smedley playing a role. We further discover the implausibility of Smedley being a Quaker as claimed and make some excellent connections within the small group of men who control our world, and –up until now– have had the freedom to write our history.  

Luckily, two of my favorite podcasters, Tim Kelly and Joe Atwell, discuss Josh G’s article ‘The Bogus Business Plot’; and as they do, a much clearer picture begins to emerge that will help all of us discover our real history and the authors of this history.

Powers & Principalities Episode 14 (Tim Kelly and Joe Atwell)

Published on Aug 26, 2017
The Bogus Business Plot, the FDR myth, the Bankers, the Secret Society

References:

  • Business Plot
  • Miles Mathis (who is hosting Josh G’s pdf): http://mileswmathis.com/ mm@milesmathis.com
  • Professor Carroll Quigley and the Article that Said Too Little: Reclaiming History from Omission and Partisan Straw Men by Kevin Cole   Kevin Cole: While we can be grateful that someone had the foresight to sit down and record Quigley before he would pass away several years later, I can’t help but be disappointed with the missed opportunity to ask tough questions and actually report on them in the article that follows. We now know from listening to the audio tape that the article that followed the interview was selective in its scope and omitted many instances of Carroll Quigley seemingly in fear for his career and/or life if certain facts were disclosed. Throughout the interview, Quigley incessantly signaled for the interviewer to turn off the tape recorder, and to be “discreet” and at one point even stated, “I don’t know if you want to put this on tape”… “You have to protect my future…as well as your own.”
  • THE BOGUS BUSINESS PLOT  (PDF) Part 1: What Isn’t a Racket?
    With Commentary on the Great Depression, the New Deal, the Roosevelt, Warburg, Morgan and Spencer Families and a Whole Lot More By Josh G
  • The FDR you never knew
  • Wall Street and FDR
  • Who’s the Boss, pt. 1
  • Who’s the Boss, pt. 2

World War II

by DAVID BROWN | CLEARNFO.com | June 04, 2017

Feb 13, 1945: Firebombing of Dresden

With the aid of the internet and the great research provided by Quigley, Sutton and Perloff, the real history of WWII can now be told, and it does make a difference.

Over the years, I’ve been asked for my take on World War II many times. I’ve mostly avoided this topic only giving hints at my perspective (warning that it’s not what it appears) until I had time to properly sequence the events in light of the new information I had learned from reading the well-researched and documented writings of Quigley, Sutton and Perloff. So in lieu of my reasoned opinion based on the more accurate context provided by the three gentlemen above, I offer up this interview and discussion between Tim Kelly and James Perloff (below). To supplement this, consider reading the following relatively short books:

The Anglo-American Establishment by Carroll Quigley

And Antony C. Sutton’s trilogy:

  1. Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution: The Remarkable True Story of the American Capitalists Who Financed the Russian Communists.
  2. Wall Street and FDR
  3. Wall Street & the Rise of Hitler
  4. And watching James’ excellent lecture (found on YouTube) entitled ‘The Shadows of Power; the CFR and decline of America

You can also find James Perloff’s book on this same topic entitled ‘The Shadows of Power: The Council on Foreign Relations and the American Decline

To round-out your understanding of World War II, it is highly desirable –once you have read the above—to read Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf‘ to get a complete view of the context. You will discover what you have been told by the American education system and the corporate media is a total and complete fabrication. The only way to defeat our masters is to defeat the mythology they have placed in our heads.

James Perloff on the Myths of the “Good War”

Published on Jun 3, 2017
James Perloff returns to Our Interesting Times to discuss his presentation on the Second World War. We talk about several myths of the “Good War” and why a revisionist interpretation of that event is long overdue and necessary to avoid another global conflagration.

James is the author of several books including Shadows of Power and Truth is a Lonely Warrior. His website is jamesperloff.com

PEARL HARBOR: ROOSEVELT’S 9/11
False flags do not stand alone. They are better understood – and more credibly explained to skeptics – when seen in history’s context.

Guido Preparata on Conjuring Hitler by Tim Kelly (published July 1, 2017; Length – 1:50:28)

Wall Street and FDR

Wall Stree and FDRWall Street and FDR by Antony C. Sutton

Franklin D. Roosevelt is frequently described as one of the greatest presidents in American history, remembered for his leadership during the Great Depression and Second World War. Antony Sutton challenges this received wisdom, presenting a controversial but convincing analysis. Based on an extensive study of original documents, he concludes that: * FDR was an elitist who influenced public policy in order to benefit special interests, including his own. * FDR and his Wall Street colleagues were ‘corporate socialists’, who believed in making society work for their own benefit. * FDR believed in business but not free market economics. Sutton describes the genesis of ‘corporate socialism’ – acquiring monopolies by means of political influence – which he characterizes as ‘making society work for the few’. He traces the historical links of the Delano and Roosevelt families to Wall Street, as well as FDR’s own political networks developed during his early career as a financial speculator and bond dealer. The New Deal almost destroyed free enterprise in America, but didn’t adversely affect FDR’s circle of old friends ensconced in select financial institutions and federal regulatory agencies. Together with their corporate allies, this elite group profited from the decrees and programs generated by their old pal in the White House, whilst thousands of small businesses suffered and millions were unemployed. Wall Street and FDR is much more than a fascinating historical and political study. Many contemporary parallels can be drawn to Sutton’s powerful presentation given the recent banking crises and worldwide governments’ bolstering of private institutions via the public purse.

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How it really works …

rockefeller_carnegie_morgan

by DAVID BROWN | CLEARNFO.com | October 18, 2014

“Old John D. Rockefeller and his 19th century fellow-capitalists were convinced of one absolute truth: that no great monetary wealth could be accumulated under the impartial rules of a competitive laissez faire society. The only sure road to the acquisition of massive wealth was monopoly: drive out your competitors, reduce competition, eliminate laissez-faire, and above all get state protection for your industry through compliant politicians and government regulation. This last avenue yields a legal monopoly, and a legal monopoly always leads to wealth.

This robber baron schema is also, under different labels, the socialist plan. The difference between a corporate state monopoly and a socialist state monopoly is essentially only the identity of the group controlling the power structure. The essence of socialism is monopoly control by the state using hired planners and academic sponges. On the other hand, Rockefeller, Morgan, and their corporate friends aimed to acquire and control their monopoly and to maximize its profits through influence in the state political apparatus; this, while it still needs hired planners and academic sponges, is a discreet and far more subtle process than outright state ownership under socialism. Success for the Rockefeller gambit has depended particularly upon focusing public attention upon largely irrelevant and superficial historical creations, such as the myth of a struggle between capitalists and communists, and careful cultivation of political forces by big business. We call this phenomenon of corporate legal monopoly—market control acquired by using political influence—by the name of corporate socialism.”

Antony C. Sutton
Wall Street and FDR
(Page 72, THE ORIGINS OF CORPORATE SOCIALISM)