"RESCUE me, O'Lord from evil men;
Preserve me from violent men,
John Adams told us, "There are only two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by the sword. The other is by debt."
It is a sad day for the human race when men and women say, "We need another war to stimulate the economy." The real question is, do you want a government that sends our young soldiers to fight in "NO WIN" wars? Those who profit from it do! Nothing increases debt faster to the MONEY-CHANGERS than war. They invest mans mind and labor into a liability for the destruction of peace and life. They bring us war in the name of peace. They are looting the nations who are caught up in their web of ungodliness. Wars are a direct result of the MONEY-CHANGERS looking for another investment market and nothing increase debt to them faster than war. But first, there must be an enemy. Evidence shows the first Governor of the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve was Paul Warburg. In 1914, one year after the passage of the Federal Reserve Act, War World I was brought upon the world. During the war years, Warburg's firm, Kuhn Loeb CO. had representatives in the U.S. Treasury in charge of making Liberty Loans. Warburg's relatives at the M.M. Warburg Co. of Hamburg and Amsterdam were financing Germany's war efforts. They couldn't lose! If the Allies won, they would pay the war debt. If the German's had won, they would pay the debt and rebuild the world. The MONEY-CHANGERS are in a win - win situation, while the people are in a lose - lose battle. (House Document # 1868, Government Printing Office)
Here is the most damaging evidence of Warburg's past from, The United States Naval Secret Service Report of December 12, 1918: "WARBURG, PAUL: New York City, German, Naturalized citizen, 1911, was decorated by the Kaiser in 1912, was vice chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, handled large sums furnished by Germany for Lenin and Trotsky. Has a brother who is leader of the espionage system of Germany."
Professor Anthony Sutton, of the Hoover Institute for War, Revolution and Peace, at Stanford University, maintains, "One barrier to mature understanding of recent history is the notion that all capitalists are the bitter and unserving enemies of all Marxists and socialists. This is erroneous. In brief the final human cost has fallen on the shoulders of man. So long as we see all political capitalists as implacable enemies of one another, then we miss a crucial point - that there is indeed a continuing, albeit concealed alliance between the international political capitalists and international revolutionary socialists - to their mutual benefit."
Congressman McFadden maintained, "The Soviet government has been given U.S. Treasury funds by the Federal Reserve Banks acting through their Chase Bank and Guaranty Trust Co. and other Banks in New York City. Open the books of Amtorg, the Trading Organization, and the State Bank of the Soviet Socialist Republic and you will be staggered to see how much money has been taken from the U.S. Treasury for the benefit of Russia. Find out what business has been transacted for the State Bank of Soviet Russia by its correspondent, the Chase Bank of New York." (Congressional Record June 15, 1933)
Lenin claimed the capitalists would sell the Communists the rope with which the would be hung, if it could be done for a profit. Unfortunately we are still selling them rope, as you will see from the following evidence.
Congressman John Ashbrook, informed his colleagues of the irony of the U.S. trade with the U.S.S.R. when he declared, "It is ironic that while American businessmen are trading hundreds of millions of dollars with the Soviet Union, the Administration is asking for an increased defense budget to meet Soviet military threat - a threat which, in part, is being built up with American technology." (Congressional Record, March 6, 1974)
In his book, "National Suicide", Professor Sutton, points out, "The military potential of the industrial plants which we are building for the Soviets should be obvious to anyone. Trucks, aircraft, oil, steel, petrochemicals, aluminum, computers, etc. - these are the very sinew of a military industrial complex. These factories, the product of American genius and financed by American capital could have been built in the U.S. Instead, they are constructed, at the U.S. taxpayers expense, in the Soviet Union where the labor is cheap . . . it was primarily U.S. technology that kept the Bolsheviks on their feet after their 1917 coup d' eta that maintained them through the Depression, and that has kept them alive to this date . . ."
Congressman Steve Symms declared, "Few Americans fully appreciate the extent to which their tax dollars are being used to finance their own destruction. United States loans to the Soviet Union through the bank now total over 760 million dollars . . . U.S. tax dollars are not only propping up a ruthless dictatorship but are helping to arm our enemy to the teeth . . . It would long ago have died a natural death, had it not been for repeated injections of lifeblood that are still being pumped into it today. . . Modern day liberals often refer to these kinds of suicidal giveaways as `meaningful cooperation in the spirit of detente' It use to be called treason." (American Security Council, Washington Report, March 11-15, 1974)
Congressman Philip Crane declared, "To provide the Soviet Union with the sophisticated technology it needs to surpass us, while not demanding any concessions in return, and subsidizing the transaction in addition is a one-sided policy designed solely to our own detriment." (Congressional Record, July 10, 1973,)
Congressman Richard Ichord, former Chairman of the House Committee on Internal Affairs proclaimed, "We are especially alarmed that the bank is on the verge of granting $49 million in credit to the Soviet Union for exploration of Eastern Siberian gas fields. We believe that American financing of Soviet gas exploration at this particular time in history, smacks not only of poor business judgment but suggests a disregard for our national security. Every nation's defense capacity is directly related to its energy resources. The real question is why do we spend some $80 billion a year to maintain such a large military establishment . . . This has enabled the Soviet Union to engage in the largest peacetime military buildup in the history of man. We cannot afford to adopt any trade or credit policies that will allow the Soviets to further expand their military machine." (American Security Council, Washington Report, February 1974)
Senator Richard Schweiker maintained, "Lending America capital [to the Soviets] at low interest for such projects [oil exploration] when there is an energy crisis in the United States . . . When Congress is depreciating the dollar at 5% per year, you have to charge 10% to make five. If the buyer borrows at 6% for five years, and in that period of time the dollar has depreciated 25%, the borrower only paid 1% per year for his loan." (Congressional Record, February 19, 1974)
Congressman Earl Landgrebe said, "I would say that America is walking right into this situation and actually prolonging the control of the good people of Russia, and the Russian people are good people. But, as I say, they are under slavery by their Communist rulers. And when we make these deals with the Communist rulers we are perpetuating the slavery of the Russian people." (Congressional Record, July 10, 1973)
The Soviet Union was "allowed to purchase unassembled U.S. battleships. Carbon copies of American battleships were assembled in the Soviet Union, according to plans drawn up by American naval architects." (Congressional Record, October 3, 1975)
Congressman Larry McDonald declared, ". . . The United States has provided $1,033,4000,000 in foreign aid and assistance to the Soviet Union from 1946 through 1974. Presumably this was done under authority other than the Foreign Assistance Act, which prohibits such aid . . . The major areas of technical assistance to the Soviet Union, which have been directly or indirectly used in military applications are: (1) weapons, including explosives, ammunition and guns; (2) tanks, trucks and armored cars; (3) ships; (4) airplanes; (5) space technology; (6) missiles; and (7) computers." (House Report 94-53, March 10,1975)
On April 12, 1981, the Chicago Tribune reported, "Today, sophisticated U.S. technology is reaching the Soviet Armed Forces nearly as fast as it is being developed by the U.S. The technology is being shipped to Russia in boxes marked air conditioners, washers and dryers. As a result Senate Banking Plan Chairman, Jake Garn (R-Utah), and others warn the U.S. must spend billions to counter Soviet Military might born of U.S. technology."
Congressman McDonald spoke these words to other members of congress, "Most Americans are staggered upon learning that the U.S.S.R. has been the No. 1 beneficiary of the U.S. aid this century . . . All of this certainly destroys the accepted view that the United States has an anti-Communist foreign policy." (Congressional Record Oct. 3, 1975)
Senator Kenneth Keating, acting chairman in an investigation of "Soviet Oil East-West Trade" said, "The free world, while concentrating on communist military threats, appears to be oblivious to these Soviet economic threats. As long as we maintain a military stalemate with the Reds, the economic aspects of the cold war actually may be a more decisive in determining whether freedom or tyranny will prevail than the military aspects." (U.S. Senate, Second Session, July 3, 1962)
The Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, released a report on Oct. 26, 1962 which stated the following, "Our investigations to date have established that over a period of many years, the free world has been making a direct contribution to the Communist military and industrial strength by sales of vital materials and technology to the Soviet Bloc . . ."
Congressman Thomas Dodd, maintained, "It would be a ridiculous and suicidal for Americans to contribute in any way to the Soviet strength . . .
Personally, I believe there should be a presumption against any exports to the Soviet Bloc. I don't believe there is a sharp distinction between economic and military items as is assumed, since anything we furnish to the Soviets in the ways of economic goods helps them concentrate their efforts on military production." ("Export of Strategic Materials to the USSR and other Soviet Bloc Countries", 87th Congress, October 23, 1961)
Congressman Rarick best summarized the extent of damage to U.S. national security when he said, "The factories and steel mills that U.S. aid built in Russia were later used to create the munitions that killed American GI's in Korea and Vietnam." (Congressional Record, June 27, 1973)
Professor Harold Pease maintains, ". . . if today the Soviet Union poses as the greatest threat to human freedom known in the history of the world, we have the haunting fact to face that we made her so. She is our doomsday machine." ("The Communist-Capitalist Alliance")
The following act of Treason is also a matter of record, "The government of the United States does not look with favor upon governments unfriendly to the Soviet Union." (Congressional Record, August 31, 1960) What the hell is going on, have our leaders gone mad? We were in a "Cold War" with the Russians and our State Department says we will not look favorably towards someone that is unfriendly to our enemy. Can the crimes which are being committed against We the People be anything but TREASON?
If you are wondering who is the prime supporter of all of this aide going to the Soviets? I think the following article entitled "Eaton's Join Rockefeller's To Spur Trade with Reds" that appeared in the January 16, 1967 issue of the New York Times, will provide you with part of the answer.
"An alliance of the family banking fortunes linking Wall Street and the Midwest is going to try to build economic bridges between the free world and Communist Europe. The International Basic Economy Corporation, controlled by the Rockefeller Brothers, and Tower International, Inc. Headed by Cyrus Eaton, Jr., Cleveland financier, plan to cooperate in promoting trade between the Iron Curtain countries, including the Soviet Union, and the United States, Canada, and Latin America [NAFTA?]. The I.B.E.C. was organized in 1947 under the principal direction of Nelson Rockefeller . . .
The Joint effort contemplated by I.B.E.C. and Tower is seen as combining the investment skills and resources of the Rockefeller's and the special entree to Soviet bloc officialdom that Tower enjoys largely as a result of contacts cultivated over the last 15 years by Cyrus Eaton, Sr. The elder Eaton has been an outspoken advocate of closer ties between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. He has backed his convictions by visiting Russia and entertaining high Soviet leaders - including former Premier Khrushchev . . .
`As you can imagine', Eaton said, it is almost impossible for a Russian to walk into the research department of an American aerospace company and try to arrange the purchase of a patent."
As Former Secretary of Navy, James Forretal declared, "Consistency has never been a mark of stupidity. If the diplomats who have mishandled our relations with Russia were merely stupid they would occasionally make a mistake in our favor . . . If all of their mistakes are honest mistakes, why do they always help the enemies."
Vladimir Lenin proclaimed, "They disarm, we build."
In spite of all the overwhelming evidence that the United States has been sold out by a bunch of TRAITORS, Henry Kissinger had the audacity to make the following remarks to Admiral Elmo Zuwalt:
"I believe the American people lack the will to do the things necessary to achieve parity and to maintain maritime superiority. I believe we must get the best deal we can get in our negotiations before the United States and the Soviets perceive these changes and the balance occurs. When these perceptions are in agreement, and both sides know the U.S. is inferior, we must have gotten the best deal we can. Americans at that time will not be happy that I have settled for second, but it will be to late.
Zuwalt - Then why not take it to the American people? They will not accept a decision to become second best while we are in a position of Gross National Product twice that of the U.S.S.R.
Kissinger - That's a question of judgment. I judge that we will not get their support, and if we seek it and tell the fact as we would have to, we would lose our negotiating leverage with the Soviets.
Zuwalt - But isn't that the ultimate immorality in a democracy; to make a decision for the people of such importance without consulting them?
Kissinger - Perhaps, but I doubt that there is one in a million who could even understand the issue.
Zuwalt - Even if that presumption is correct, those on in a million can influence the opinions of the majority of the people. I believe it is my duty to take the other course.
Kissinger - You should take care, lest your words result in a reduction in the Navy budget." (Admiral Zuwalt, "On Watch")
As far as I am concerned Kissinger should have been marched straight out to a wall in front of a firing squad. There is no ifs, and, or buts about the color of his blood. It runs red with communism.
Of course many of you are thinking, the Soviet Union has fallen and they are no longer a threat to the United States. On the surface that is a logical thought, because you have been BRAINWASHED with PROPAGANDA. But, the Soviet Union had to fall in order to bring about a ONE-WORLD TOTALITARIAN MILITARY DICTATORSHIP. Remember what Gaither said about the Ford Foundation and the plans to merge the U.S. with Russia. He just did not tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
In 1987, Mikail Gorbachev gave the following speech celebrating the Bolshevik Revolution: "In October 1917, we parted the old world, rejecting it once and for all. We are moving toward a new world, a world of Communism. We shall never turn off that road . . . Gentlemen, comrades, do not be concerned about all you hear about Glasnost and Peretoika and democracy in the coming years. These are primarily for outward consumption. There will be no significant internal changes in the Soviet Union, other than for cosmetic purposes. Our purpose is to disarm the Americans and let them fall asleep." It's called smoke and mirrors!
Soviet Diplomat, Dmitri Manaulisky stated, "We will offer the Christian world unheard of peace overtures, and these nations, stupid and decadent, will leap at the chance to be our friends; they will willingly cooperate in their own destruction. Then, when their guard is down, and they have gone to sleep, we will smash them with our clenched fist."
In a speech to the Supreme Soviet, Nikita Khrushchev, declared, "The Soviets intend to conceal vast reserves of missiles and warheads, hiding them in places throughout the expansive Soviet Union where the imperialists could not spot them. Later, they could be launched in nuclear war." (January 14, 1960)
General Sir Walter Walker, former NATO Commander-In-Chief, following the phony Soviet coup, gave us this warning, "I consider it my duty to tell you of the extremely dangerous threats that lie ahead. I know for certain that we are now in a period of the greatest strategic deception, perhaps in all history . . . The Cold War is NOT over, only in the state of remission.
I leave you with the stark fact that unless we stand fast and stop the rot, the demonstratable truth is that, contrary to the Kremlin's self-serving poses of humility, the Soviet Union is not truly on the verge of collapse. Western defense, on the other hand is."
Kenneth Goff maintained, "The manual of the Communist Party should be in the hands of every loyal American, that they may be alerted to the fact it is not always by armies and guns that a nation is conquered." He mysteriously died from poisoning in 1943.
In his last address to the nation, President Eisenhower warned:
"Beware of the Military Industrial Complex."
What the Rosenberg's' did was no worse then what these TRAITORS have done to our country, and they went to the electric chair for their crimes. Yet our TRAITORS are freely walking the streets and sitting in high places in government. Maybe that's what they mean when the say, the Home of the Free and Land of the Slave.