How to Run The World Without Really Trying
Vol: 19 Issue: 5 Thursday, January 5, 2017
Woodrow Wilson’s chief advisor was Colonel Edward Mandel House. Col. House was an unabashed globalist who wholeheartedly subscribed to the principle of elitist rule.
Rather a strange philosophy for an advisor to a Constitutionally elected national chief executive, wouldn’t you think?
House was the author of a fictional novel entitled, Philip Dru, Administrator. The topic was the subject of some debate at the time. His book laid out, in clear, unmistakable terms, the plan for the New World Order. Although a work of fiction, the entire outline was lifted directly from the pages of his Insider’s notebook.
Colonel House grew up an Insider. Thomas W. House, his father, got rich during the Civil War running supplies to the Confederacy from England as a Rothschild agent. The [Rothschild] Bank of England backed the South, hoping to achieve, in its third attempt, control of a central bank of issue in the US. House was an ardent backer of the Federal Reserve Act.
He acted as America’s chief foreign diplomat during World War One. House was instrumental in bringing the US into the war, and played a major role in developing the Treaty of Versailles in 1919. Col. House was one of the architects of the failed League of Nations, and a founder of the nefarious Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).
The Royal Institute of International Affairs
By 1885, the Rothschild group [Insiders] decided that control of the world’s economic centers could not be maintained without control of the globe’s political centers. Although politicians could be bribed, they were only reliable to a point. But only a true Insider, one familiar with the Big Picture, could take it further.
Thus, the Rothschild interests of London needed a political policy group to serve as its agent in the political arena. To that end, the Royal Institute for International Affairs was set up. Rothschild money through front companies provided all the financial support necessary.
By 1900, the Royal Institute for International Affairs [RIIA] had its people in place across the United Kingdom, and was ready to tackle the United States.
The Classic Thesis
World War One was the crisis selected to advance the thesis, which could be expressed as “to bring about a global government, ruled by the elite, to the betterment of mankind.’ The war was easily managed; the Insiders were financing both sides, their agent, Col. House was advising Wilson; the Federal Reserve Act provided control of the most dynamic economy the world had ever seen, and there was plenty of spare change to be made in the bargain.
One could call it ‘management by trickle down economics’. Wars need weapons. Both sides in the conflict are dedicated to destroying as many of the other side’s weapons as possible, ensuring a steady demand for new weapons. Wars create demand by definition, a demand the Insiders were only too happy to meet. Along the way, the fat defense contract awards kept dissenters from complaining, full employment kept civilian populations happy, and media hyperbole about horrors committed by both sides kept the patriots happy. Everybody was happy except the millions of young men dead on the battlefield.
None of whom were Insiders!
The Rhodes/Milner Group
Cecil Rhodes was an Englishman who, through clever exploitation of the diamond mines and gold fields of South Africa, became one of the wealthiest men in the world at that time. The world famous de Beers Consolidated Mines and the Consolidated Gold Fields exist today, guarding and maintaining the same monopolies set up by Rhodes a hundred years before. Cecil Rhodes, with the backing of England’s Lord Rothschild, so completely dominated the Dark Continent that modern day Zimbabwe and Zaire carried the name Rhodesia until 1979. In fact, for most of the Late, Great 20th century, Rhodesia was administered, not by its own government, but by the British South Africa Company.
Rhodes dedicated his life to the advancement of a globalist cause. Rhodes’ goal wasn’t merely to see a world government, he set up a trust to “federate the English-speaking peoples and to bring all the habitable portions of the world under their control.” The trust he set up to further his Insider global agenda was called the Rhodes Trust.
“The extension of British rule throughout the world, the perfecting of a system of emigration from the United Kingdom and of colonization by British subjects of all lands wherein the means of livelihood are obtainable by energy, labour and enterprise, … the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of a British Empire, the inauguration of a system of Colonial representation in the Imperial Parliament which may tend to weld together the disjointed members of the Empire, and finally, the foundation of so great a power as to hereafter render wars impossible and promote the best interests of humanity.”
As part of a larger secret society set up by Rhodes in 1891 was a plan to educate up and coming young scholars on the nuances of how to advance the Plan. The trust set up to this purpose was the Rhodes Scholarship. President Clinton and General Wesley Clark are Rhodes Scholars, to name a few.
“In his “Confession of Faith” Rhodes outlined the types of persons who might be useful members of this secret society. As listed by the American secretary to the Rhodes Trust, this list exactly describes the group formed by Milner in South Africa.
“Men of ability and enthusiasm who find no suitable way to serve their country under the current political system; able youth recruited from schools and universities; men of wealth with no aim in life; younger sons with high thoughts and great aspirations but without opportunity; rich men whose careers are blighted by some great disappointment. All must be men of ability and character … Rhodes envisages a group of the ablest and best, bound together by common unselfish ideals of service to what seems to him the greatest cause in the world. There is no mention of material rewards. This is to be a kind of religious brotherhood like the Jesuits, “a church for the extension of the British Empire”.”
Lord Alfred Milner was the dominant trustee of the Rhodes Trust. He carefully selected candidates for the Rhodes Scholarship. He soon had a number of young men educated under the Scholarship placed in influential posts in government and international finance.
By 1919, working from the RIIA [also known as Chatham House] the Insiders had set up Institutes of International Affairs throughout the British dominions. The time had come to advance Rhodes stated goal of the ultimate recovery of America. It was time to set up such an organization in the United States.
This is an excerpt from the book The Last Generation. It’s too fascinating to keep under wraps. And way too scary. Hope you are enjoying the snippets.
The amazing thing to keep in mind is that this is a Plan that has been ongoing for more than two hundred and thirty years. One can track it across the decades and see it being nutured and developed across generations.
And not ONE of its conspirators realizes they are part of a Larger Plan that reaches across millennia DIRECTLY to this generation.
“The rich man is wise in his own conceit; but the poor that hath understanding searcheth him out.” (Proverbs 28:11)
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