From: That's just Plum Dumb
by William Dean A. Garner Friday, April 9, 2010
“So you see, my dear Coningsby, the world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.”
—Benjamin Disraeli, in his 1844 novel Coningsby
Thomas Jefferson founded the United States of America and first conceived then drafted our Declaration of Independence, a clean and forever break from a usurious and vindictive Meyer Amschel Rothschild and the England of servants he controlled. While we appear to have won the American Revolution, the banking House of Rothschild crossed the finish line a furlong ahead of the US and established through their US agent, Alexander Hamilton, the first central bank in our country, the First Bank of the United States, a private bank wholly owned and controlled by Rothschild. That simple treasonous act alone immediately plunged the US into abyssal debt, not to mention firmly established the House of Rothschild’s reign of terror over America and her people.
This Game of Robin’s Alive
Prudent men must be on their guard in this game of Robin’s Alive and take care that the spark does not extinguish in their hands. I am an enemy to all banks discounting bills or notes for anything but coin. But our whole country is so fascinated by this Jack o’ lantern wealth, that they will not stop short of its total and fatal explosion.”
In effect, Jefferson lamented over the moth-to-flame greed of the American people, with so many dollars on the brain, all the while ignoring, or genuinely not knowing, the sinister deeds of the Rothschilds. What he feared the most did in fact happen: enslavement of our nascent America by European bankers whose goal was to control every major country in the world and establish a one-world government with its citizen-slaves.
Though deeply impassioned, Jefferson was not an expert in economics, so he sought the counsel of those experts around him. He wrote further about the Bank of the United States in an excerpted letter to Secretary of Treasury, Albert Gallatin:
“That [the Bank of the United States] is so hostile we know: 1. from a knowledge of the principles of the persons composing the body of directors in every bank, principal or branch, and those of most of the stock-holders; 2. from their opposition to the measures and principles of the government and to the election of those friendly to them; and, 3. from the sentiments of the newspapers they support.
“Now, while we are strong, it is the greatest duty we owe to the safety of our Constitution to bring this powerful enemy to a perfect subordination under its authorities. . . .
“I pray you to turn this subject in your mind and give it the benefit of your knowledge of details; whereas, I have only very general views of the subject.”
The Revenge of the House of Rothschild
When the First Bank’s charter was not renewed by the US in 1811, Nathan Meyer Rothschild reportedly ordered that the Americans be severely punished. Hence, the War of 1812 during which the Rothschild-controlled British army, on August 24, 1814, destroyed both the White House and Capitol, among other government buildings. Two years later, President James Madison capitulated, and the Second Bank of the United States was established, thus frustrating the US’s continual attempts to dislodge the House of Rothschild from American soil.
During the early 1800s, the Rothschild banking family’s five sons established large banks in five different countries: Solomon Meyer in Austria, Nathan Meyer in England, James Meyer in France, Amschel Meyer in Germany, and Carl Meyer in Italy. In short time, they expanded their banking empire by making large loans to governments, installing central banks in different countries, setting up income tax laws in those countries, thus guaranteeing that at least the interest on those government loans would be paid by each country’s citizens in the form of yearly taxes. The end result was a deeply tentacled domination over each country and oppression of its people for the life those government loans. Interestingly, the loans were drafted so that they couldn’t possibly be paid back for many generations. Taxes were only the beginning: the Rothschilds installed key players behind the scenes in each government to draft and enact new laws favorable to the Rothschild cause, and to guide the course of events of each nation and her allies and enemies. To call the Rothschilds puppet masters would be understating the situation a tad.
Whom Do We Blame for Our Current Political and Economic Situation?
Can we possibly trace any blame for the United States’ current political and financial lot back to actions that occurred decades, if not centuries, ago? We could easily raise Jefferson from his grave, dust him off, and put him on trial for knowing about the Rothschild’s plan to enslave and oppress the United States. He wrote about his fears and misgivings, and clearly spoke out against the establishment of a central bank in the US. He voted against the measure each time it was presented by Alexander Hamilton, a traitor to the United States who received a parting gift of lead shot in the end, courtesy of a man who clearly enjoyed pulling the trigger.
Maybe we should indict our first President, George Washington, who sided with Hamilton and signed into law the creation of the First Bank of the United States.
We can hardly blame Andrew Jackson, because he’s the only US president who brandished his C.O. Jones and actively and vociferously stood up to the Rothschilds. Without proper ceremony, “Old Hickory” cut one of their prehensile tentacles and booted them out of our system, a stretch that would last more than 80 years.
Jackson said of the Rothschilds:“You are a den of vipers and thieves. I intend to rout you out, and by the Eternal God, will rout you out.”
Not surprisingly, two assassinations attempts were made on Jackson’s life. The second was considered a miracle, when the Rothschild-installed assassin, Richard Lawrence, fired twice from his derringers, each of which misfired in the moist air of January 30, 1835. Some say Jackson was saved by the uncharacteristically damp winter of Washington, DC.
President Andrew “Old Hickory” Jackson is the only US president who paid down the national debt, which so infuriated the House of Rothschild that they once again tanned the backside of America by causing the panic of 1837, followed by a five-year depression, the worst in US history.
Yes, Old Hickory fought off the den of thieves and vipers. And the House of Rothschild retaliated with signature overkill, a cobra’s bite whose poison continued to sting and debilitate us for decades. The effects were ravaging, and the message was clear: don’t mess with the House of Rothschild.
And what about Woodrow Wilson, the man responsible for allowing the Rothschild agents to take full control over his office and permitting Paul Warburg to establish formal laws that enacted the US Federal Reserve Bank and the federal income tax? Should we blame him for being so weak-minded and spineless a man? In his book, The New Freedom: A Call For the Emancipation of the Generous Energies of a People, Wilson lamented over his ill-conceived decision to support Rothschild agent Warburg in establishing the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States:
“This money trust, or, as it should be more properly called, this credit trust, of which Congress has begun an investigation, is no myth; it is no imaginary thing. It is not an ordinary trust like another. It doesn’t do business every day. It does business only when there is occasion to do business. You can sometimes do something large when it isn’t watching, but when it is watching, you can’t do much. And I have seen men squeezed by it; I have seen men who, as they themselves expressed it, were put ‘out of business by Wall Street,’ because Wall Street found them inconvenient and didn’t want their competition.”
Wilson further elaborated on the fears over the powerful Rothschilds:
“Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.”
Shortly after passage of the bill, on December 23, 1913, Congressman Charles A. Lindbergh stated:
“This Act established the most gigantic trust on earth. When the President signs this bill, the invisible government by the Monetary Power will be legalized. The People may not know it immediately but the day of reckoning is only a few years away.”
The Greatest Crime in History
Years later, on June 10, 1932, a man considered by many as the expert on all things the Fed, Congressman Louis T. McFadden, Chairman of the House Committee on Banking and Currency, addressed the US House of Representatives:
“Mr. Chairman, we have in this country one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever known. I refer to the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Reserve Banks. The Federal Reserve Board has cheated the Government of the United States and the people of the United States out of enough money to pay the national debt. The depredations and iniquities of the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Reserve Banks acting together have cost this country enough money to pay the national debt several times over. This evil institution has impoverished and ruined the People of the United States; has bankrupted itself; and has practically bankrupted our government. It has done this through the defects of the law under which it operates, through the maladministration of that law by the Federal Reserve Board, and through the corrupt practices of the moneyed vultures who control it.”
McFadden appeared to be on a one-man crusade against the Fed, but sadly he also appeared to have few backers. What were his colleagues who were sitting on the fence afraid of? And why didn’t the American people take an interest?
The history books have purged Congressman McFadden’s indictment of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve which, on May 23, 1933, accused the Board, the Comptroller of the Currency, and the Secretary of the Treasury of various criminal acts, including conspiracy, fraud, unlawful conversion, and treason.
In another impassioned speech to the US House of Representatives, he said:
“Mr. Chairman, when the Fed was passed, the people of these United States did not perceive that a world system was being set up here which would make the savings of the American school teacher available to a narcotic-drug vendor in Acapulco. They did not perceive that these United States was to be lowered to the position of a coolie country which has nothing but raw material and heart, that Russia was destined to supply the man power and that this country was to supply the financial power to an international superstate. A superstate controlled by international bankers, and international industrialists acting together to enslave the world for their own pleasure?
“The people of these United States are being greatly wronged. They have been driven from their employments. They have been dispossessed from their homes. They have been evicted from their rented quarters. They have lost their children. They have been left to suffer and die for lack of shelter, food, clothing and medicine.
“The wealth of these United States and the working capital have been taken away from them and has either been locked in the vaults of certain banks and the great corporations or exported to foreign countries for the benefit of the foreign customers of these banks and corporations. So far as the people of the United States are concerned, the cupboard is bare.
“It is true that the warehouses and coal yards and grain elevators are full, but these are padlocked, and the great banks and corporations hold the keys.
“The sack of these United States by the Fed is the greatest crime in history.”
Like all other Jeffersonian-Jacksonian Patriots who stood their ground against the House of Rothschild, the good Congressman from Pennsylvania fell victim to two failed assassination attempts: a two-shot ambush in which the bullets lodged in his car, and a poisoning at a hotel, where a physician came to his aid and pumped his stomach. On the third try, the Rothschild-controlled assassins were successful, delivering a drug that caused a fatal heart attack. He died at age 60 on 1 October 1936, forever silencing the only real voice of opposition to the Federal Reserve System.
With all his knowledge of the Fed, why couldn’t this brave man rally support for his cause against the Fed and done more? His indictment of the Fed, one brought in 1933, has yet to be addressed by Congress.
As with President Wilson et al., President Franklin D. Roosevelt is as clear and present a target as the others, a man who was absolutely a pawn of the Rothschilds, a consanguineous member of their dynasty, a man who was catapulted to power by a Wall Street ruse that reportedly sought to overthrow Roosevelt in a fascist putsch, in 1933 and 1934.
From A Roosevelt Insider, A Message to All Young Americans
Roosevelt’s son-in-law, Curtis B. Dall, dedicated his book about Roosevelt to “young Americans,” with the following revelation: “May you benefit from observing how certain shadowy forces contrive to ruthlessly advance their own financial and ideological objectives at your expense. They select, then groom, and ultimately control many of our highest government officials. They plan the wars and through ‘foreign policy’ arrange to set the stage for incidents to initiate hostilities. They overwork the word ‘Peace’ to mislead you and create a plausible smoke screen in order to conceal their real operations. You can recognize who ‘they’ are. Hence, I say, young Americans, be alerted, be more effective than my unsuspecting and bemused generation. Sally-forth, defend and preserve for yourself and those who follow you our great heritage of freedom and liberty.”
Perhaps a wee after the fact, Dall sent us an upbeat message of ominous proportions about the Rothschilds who, a mere 35 years before, in 1933, were bent on creating a false opposition between Roosevelt and Wall Street. Wall Street bankers attempted the putsch and tried to recruit a two-time winner of the Medal of Honor, Major General Smedley Darlington Butler, to lead an army of 500,000 soldiers to march on the White House. Wall Street fascists planned it perfectly: General Butler, the last person anyone would ever want to lead this fascist army, refused to go along with the scheme and, as crafted on paper by those Wall Street fascists, quickly alerted Congress about the alleged plot.
The “attack” on Roosevelt now simmering in the public conscience, the American people instantly rallied around Roosevelt, thus cementing him into his position as an apparent (yet false) enemy of Wall Street and allowing him to carry out the orders of the Rothschilds when, in fact, Roosevelt and his family were inextricably linked to Wall Street. His greatest triumph on behalf of the Rothschilds was launching the US into WW II, thus initiating the spark that ignited The Greatest Generation of our modern time. Ironically, Roosevelt’s “accomplishment” of dragging the US into a world war that we eventually won, followed his often-repeated empty promise to Americans, something he hammered home in Boston on 30 October 1940:
“I have said this before, but I shall say it again and again and again: Your boys are not going to be sent into any foreign wars.”
After hearing Roosevelt’s repeated declarations, several US Congressmen spoke out against the President’s announcements as being absurd, at best.
Representative Philip Bennett of Missouri said, “But our boys are not going to be sent abroad, says the President. Nonsense, Mr. Chairman. Even now their berths are being built in our transport ships. Even now the tags for identification of the dead and wounded are being printed by the firm of William C. Ballantyne and Co. of Washington.”
The Greatest Generation
Through Roosevelt, the Rothschilds unintendedly forged what Tom Brokaw would later call The Greatest Generation. Immortalized in his 1998 bestselling book, Brokaw said, “At a time in their lives when their days and nights should have been filled with innocent adventure, love, and the lessons of the workaday world, they were fighting in the most primitive conditions possible across the bloodied landscape of France, Belgium, Italy, Austria, and the coral islands of the Pacific. They answered the call to save the world from the two most powerful and ruthless military machines ever assembled, instruments of conquest in the hands of fascist maniacs. They faced great odds and a late start, but they did not protest. They succeeded on every front. They won the war; they saved the world. They came home to joyous and short-lived celebrations and immediately began the task of rebuilding their lives and the world they wanted. They married in record numbers and gave birth to another distinctive generation, the Baby Boomers.
“A grateful nation made it possible for more of them to attend college than any society had ever educated, anywhere. They gave the world new science, literature, art, industry, and economic strength unparalleled in the long curve of history. As they now reach the twilight of their adventurous and productive lives, they remain, for the most part, exceptionally modest.
They have so many stories to tell, stories that in many cases they have never told before, because in a deep sense they didn’t think that what they were doing was that special, because everyone else was doing it too.”
A story not told in the United States today, mainly because it would touch off charges of blasphemy at best, or explode into treason at worst, is that certain factions of The Greatest Generation knowingly betrayed us on behalf of the Rothschilds and their agent, President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
All great stories start somewhere. This one began many years earlier. . . .
The Fascist Wall Street Bankers’ Plot: A Ruse from the Beginning
As early as 1933, General Butler “knew” of Wall Street bankers’ plans to overthrow the Presidency, and acted on the limited intelligence he had. Fighting with fair hand against the fascists, General Butler testified at the McCormack-Dickstein Special Committee on Un-American Activities hearings 20-23 November, 1934. Much of General Butler’s most damning testimony was surreptitiously deleted from the final printed Congressional record, because it revealed the names of prominent Wall Street financiers and bankers, and other American industrialists: J.P. Morgan, Jr., Irving Lehman (founding partner of Lehman Brothers), and William Randolph Hearst, among many others.
Journalist John Spivak was inadvertently provided the original uncensored Congressional record, from which he wrote two articles for a small anti-capitalist magazine, New Masses, thus exposing many of those behind the alleged plot, if only to a limited audience. 
More than 1,000 Americans in some form of power, either at the helm of a newspaper empire, on Wall Street, or in US government, were aware of the attempted fascist putsch, yet did little to nothing to alert authorities, let alone prevent it. Worse, these so-called Americans considered themselves fascists and were bent on the overthrow of democracy and the installation of a one-world government that ruled with the iron hand of fascism. Most damning of all, those around them who were not directly involved but who knew of these ill deeds did nothing to stop it.
All It Takes for Evil to Prevail Is for Good People to Do Nothing
Now in full swing, after nearly four years of full-scale war on two fronts, more than ever the US needed to boost and maintain morale among the troops. For several years, the US Army had been issuing informational fact sheets for the sole purpose of explaining to US troops why we were at war. On 24 March, 1945, the US War Department issued Army Talk: Orientation Fact Sheet 64, which discussed the origins of fascism, its history and purpose, whether it could occur in the US, how to spot fascism, and how to stop it if it took seed in the US.
Perhaps a bitter irony, it was super-wealthy Americans who sabotaged the War Department’s efforts to educate our troops about the importance of ending fascism in our own country and throughout the world. Notable of these American fascists were William Randolph Hearst and Congressman John Rankin. Father Charles Edward Coughlin was also among the accused, although he was known to be a staunch Patriot and a voice against President Roosevelt.
Yes, Thomas Jefferson penned his sentiments about the inimical European banking interests. Yes, he opposed all efforts to establish central banks in the US. And, yes, he voted against the enslavement of our people by the Rothschild banking family.
Could Thomas Jefferson have done more on behalf of the United States to stop the Rothschilds from infiltrating the US government and constructing their own secret government?
We are left only with his writings, the writings of those who mention his name in their own works, historians and biographers who have largely used the same primary- and secondary-source materials to write their own tomes. In short, we have too few answers that are satisfactory enough. Jefferson founded this country on principles he strongly believed in and championed. Of all the Founding Fathers of our country, he provided the most sound foundation that has given all of us the promise of peace, freedom and liberty.
How Much Can One Man Possibly Do?
Thomas Jefferson was keenly aware of the machinations of the Rothschilds. So, too, did shadowy elements of The Greatest Generation know of the Rothschilds and their un-American activities. Those not in the know went to war under the assumption they were out to destroy the slow, treacherous infiltration of fascism across the world. Other unsuspecting citizens remained on the home front to build ships and planes and materiel, and provide general support for the war effort. The dark, sinister elements plotted to undermine Thomas Jefferson’s ideal of maintaining a Constitutional Republic in the United States by secretly funding fascism in Germany, Italy and Japan.   
Members of The Greatest Generation who knew nothing of the evil Rothschild dealings, those who went to war to burn down the walls of fascism, all deserve our highest respect. They also deserve so much more, having done what they felt was right. Some made the ultimate sacrifice in the process, and did so under the perfidious acts created by the Rothschilds and their agents.
Without a doubt, there are those of The Greatest Generation who sidestepped the duties and responsibilities of the brave, and chose to work against the very country that provided them safety to do their nefarious acts. And it is those dark souls and their accountable minions who have failed America completely. They used Madison Avenue advertising and Wall Street money, power and influence to issue a tsunami of print and radio advertising that duped all of us. Recall Rosie the Riveter and War Bonds. Most of the dark players are long dead, leaving us with anger, frustration and disillusionment. How do you punish a disloyal corpse or pile of ashes? Do we scorch the earth under his present-day family for his own wickedness against humanity, something that continues unabated even today?
Once blame has been squarely placed and accepted, and anger has slowly faded into the ether, at some point we simply have to move on and find ways to repair the damage ourselves. As children, we hated our parents for one reason or another, then grew out of our adolescent fears to become functioning adults. Experience and knowledge in hand, we took responsibility for our own lives and built strong, positive foundations for ourselves and our new families.
We moved on from our parents.
The Best Revenge: Success
It is now time for America to advance from all those whose misdeeds and shortcomings have so miserably failed us. Our best revenge, if we must have it, is to educate everyone worldwide about the Rothschild family, aka The First Sphere of Influence, its checkered history, its methods of conducting all levels of business in politics and economics, its strengths and weaknesses and, perhaps most important of all, how to counter their every move in this deadly game of Robin’s Alive with America.
There are, of course, those who would advocate extreme violence against the very people who are directly responsible for causing all the battles and wars the United States has been a part of over the past 230 years, and thus are responsible for the deaths of millions of innocent people all over the world. The House of Rothschild continues to be blameworthy for the countless economic recessions and depressions, loss of income and jobs, loss of retirement and social security, and loss of precious home and earned possessions.
Surely the Rothschilds must face some form of justice, even though they themselves consider the House of Rothschild above any country’s laws, although they have been instrumental in establishing laws for the “common people” for more than 230 years. Maybe it’s time we bring the Rothschilds down to our level and show them what true justice really is.
Justice, American style.
Once we have exacted our justice against, or revenge on, the House of Rothschild and their participating minions, however this plays out, we then will be faced with how to reconstruct our government and society into the ideal one envisioned by Thomas Jefferson 235 years ago.
As we move on and take charge of our own future, I suggest we begin with three simple convictions:
[Author’s note: Robin’s Alive is an old take on the more modern children’s game of Hot Potato. While we may now use freshly microwaved potatoes or, for thrill seekers, other dangerous objects for the modern version, Robin’s Alive employed a burning stick or rope that was tossed from one child to the next. The object was to catch it firmly, then pass it on as quickly as possible to someone else without getting burned. Thomas Jefferson also repeatedly referred to the receipt and handling by ordinary Americans of the Rothschild-owned central bank’s currency as Robin’s Alive. ]
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