In my previous post, I discussed that the people’s loss of control over the War Powers was directly related to our membership in the United Nations. This post will further illustrate this association so that the average American can better understand the connection. Furthermore, it is important to see that the failure of the League of Nations at the end of World War I created the necessity for a World War II by the internationalists who wished to build a modern Tower of Babel; a world government – A New World Order.
How do I justify the assertion that the Second World War was engineered for the purpose of developing a New World Order? A man named Carter Glass essentially tells us this in an interview he gave to the Associated Press. The AP story was run in papers across the country including the Arizona Republic on November 3, 1943. In the article, Glass offers his firm conviction that if the United States had joined the League of Nations and the World Court, World War II would not be upon us. He should know. Glass was first and foremost a newspaperman. Later he joined Congress and served as a house member from 1902-1918 and co-sponsored the Glass-Owen Act. Yes, the very same act that created the Federal Reserve System. He also co-sponsored the Glass-Steagall Act in 1933. Then he served as Treasurer under Woodrow Wilson (1918-1920) and as a Senator (1941-1945). We are told in our history classes that the horror of two world wars woke the people to the reality that the world needed an institution capable of enforcing international law. The events leading to the second war illustrate that the goal of these wars was, in fact, World Government. It was the controlled press that conditioned the world into accepting the United Nations and it was the two great wars only a generation apart which the press used to justify the propaganda. This propaganda started in earnest in 1942 by using the term United Nations and Allied forces interchangeably. The groundwork was laid in August of 1941 when Roosevelt and Churchill met to discuss their goals for a post-war world.
If I asked you when the United Nations began, most would say June of 1945. Some would say US membership was approved on July 28, 1945. The United Nations actually began in January 1942, less than a month after the Attack on Pearl Harbor. On January 1, 1942, A Declaration by United Nations was issued at the Arcadia Conference on behalf of 26 countries. The principles which guided this United Nations Declaration were actually laid out in August 1941 in what has become known as the Atlantic Charter. The Atlantic Charter was actually a post-war policy statement issued by the United States and Great Britain even before our nation entered the war. The goals of this charter involved: reduction of trade restrictions; global cooperation to secure better economic and social conditions for all; freedom from fear and want; freedom of the seas; and abandonment of the use of force, as well as disarmament of aggressor nations. These were post-war goals. Have we seen any of these policies implemented through the United Nations? The World Trade Organization, for example, is a creature derived from the Atlantic Charter. The propaganda was carefully crafted so as to pit the Nazis and Japanese against the Charter. In this way, Americans were conditioned to believe that anyone who opposed the United Nations supported the Nazi regime. Never mind that the Communists favored the United Nations. After all, they were our allies, right? Once again, the press left the American people with no true, American, position. The issue was framed. Will you support the Communists in Russia and China or Hitler and the Nazis? Why not support the United States Constitution? Why not maintain neutrality while the position is tenable and if attacked, fight and defeat your enemy while avoiding international entanglements of a permanent nature? But no, that would never be acceptable! Instead, we must toss our Constitution on the bonfire of International Socialism! So the war was fought and while our grandparents were dying on foreign battlefields, the Roosevelt Administration held post-war conference after post-war conference to ensure that a United Nations Charter, that would destroy the very freedom that our grandparents were fighting to protect, would be adopted by the Senate. Meanwhile, the war itself was conducted in such a manner as to build and bolster the Communist menace under the cover of their ally status. This was to ensure that the need for a post-war United Nations and a desire for an International super Government would have staying power. That is exactly what “the bomb” and the cold-war accomplished. But we are getting ahead of ourselves. How did the United Nations Charter rob the American people and the Congress of the “War Powers”?
The War Powers Compromised
The United Nations Charter has several enforcement clauses. They are laid out in Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter:
Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter sets out the UN Security Council‘s powers to maintain peace. It allows the Council to “determine the existence of any threat to the peace, breach of the peace, or act of aggression” and to take military and nonmilitary action to “restore international peace and security”.
The Security Council shall determine the existence of any threat to the peace, breach of the peace, or act of aggression and shall make recommendations, or decide what measures shall be taken in accordance with Articles 41 and 42, to maintain or restore international peace and security.
Having read Article 39, one wonders what lies in Articles 41 and 42. Article 41 outlines the non-military options of dispute resolution. I should add that the options quoted below are acts of war. They may not involve munitions, but for time memorial they have been considered acts of war and routinely precede hot wars. Article 42 takes the next logical step and invokes the power to enforce peace. That’s right, enforce peace. You can’t make this stuff up!
The Security Council may decide what measures not involving the use of armed force are to be employed to give effect to its decisions, and it may call upon the Members of the United Nations to apply such measures. These may include complete or partial interruption of economic relations and of rail, sea, air, postal, telegraphic, radio, and other means of communication, and the severance of diplomatic relations.
Should the Security Council consider that measures provided for in Article 41 would be inadequate or have proved to be inadequate, it may take such action by air, sea, or land forces as may be necessary to maintain or restore international peace and security. Such action may include demonstrations, blockade, and other operations by air, sea, or land forces of Members of the United Nations.
There’s one small problem with all of this. You see, the UN doesn’t have any money or troops of its own. How in the world is the Security Council going to enforce peace? Article 43 covers that issue:
- All Members of the United Nations, in order to contribute to the maintenance of international peace and security, undertake to make available to the Security Council, on its call and in accordance with a special agreement or agreements, armed forces, assistance, and facilities, including rights of passage, necessary for the purpose of maintaining international peace and security.
- Such agreement or agreements shall govern the numbers and types of forces, their degree of readiness and general location, and the nature of the facilities and assistance to be provided.
- The agreement or agreements shall be negotiated as soon as possible on the initiative of the Security Council. They shall be concluded between the Security Council and Members or between the Security Council and groups of Members and shall be subject to ratification by the signatory states in accordance with their respective constitutional processes.
Then the Charter goes on to describe agreements among member nations to provide permanent contingency forces, etc. The entire charter undermines the lawful authority of Congress to Declare War. It gets worse. You’ll notice #3 in article 43 mentions ratification by member states along constitutional processes. To avoid unpleasant resistance down the road, Congress was presented with the United Nations Participation Act of 1945. This Act did not only rubber stamp the UN charter, it gave the President of the United States a blank check with regard to our military. Sections 5 and 6 of the UNPA addresses Articles 41-43 of the UN Charter:
…pursuant to article 41 … the President may … investigate, regulate, or prohibit, in whole or in part, economic relations or rail, sea, air, postal, telegraphic, radio, and other means of communication between any foreign country or any national thereof or any person therein and the United States or any person subject to the jurisdiction thereof, or involving any property subject to the jurisdiction of the United States.
The President shall not be deemed to require the authorization of the Congress to make available to the Security Council on its call in order to take action under article 42 of said Charter and pursuant to such special agreement or agreements the armed forces, facilities, or assistance provided for therein: …
So now it is not so difficult to see why the Congress has not declared war since December of 1941. Amongst the propaganda barrage that swept the nation there were a few voices of sanity. One such voice came from Representative Jessie Sumner. Her testimony in opposition of the United Nations Participation Act on December 18, 1945 is a must read. Another opinion worth reading is the testimony of Catherine P. Baldwin before the Senate. She was a simple citizen from New York and her remarks were read into the Congressional record by Senator William Langer of North Dakota. We now face numerous other threats to our nation from the UN: Agenda 21 attacks our property rights, the law of the sea treaty would cede control of three-quarters of the planet to the UN, the small arms treaty is designed to disarm citizens where firearms are still permitted. This disarmament of small arms is the final step to making the United Nations all-powerful. Read the Atlantic Charter of 1941. It’s all in there, and more.
It’s time to Get US out of the United Nations and Get the United Nations Out of the US !!! House Bill HR 75 would do just that !!!! Does your representative support this Bill? What about your two Senators? Spread the word! Buy and distribute this inexpensive little pamphlet: America and the United Nations.
My Source Documents Illustrate the propaganda push from as early as August 1941 in support of the United Nations:
The Atlantic Charter August 1941
Declaration of United Nations January 1942
Moscow Pact 1943
Cairo Conference and Tehran Conference December 1943
Dumbarton Oaks Conference July 1944
Yalta Conference February 1945
Here is an account of Truman Decorating Ike for his service to the United Nations.
The United Nations has been a threat to the United States since its inception in 1945. It attacks property rights through its Agenda 21, it masacres and enslaves entire populations of the third world, it fosters wars and undermines the sovereignty of member nations. Through so-called “free trade” it redistributes the wealth of the world amongst its member nations and builds word socailism in the process. The UN attacks our children by driving a wedge into the family unit, it promotes a dangerous educational agenda and pushes world-wide abortion and euthenasia as so called reproductive and family planning rights. The UN also fosters the creation of multi-national coalitions which provides a forum for international bullying that naturally leads to the formation of opposition coalitions and drags our world closer to another major confrontation.
Come hear John F McManus discuss the origins of this powerful institution, its current players and its present threats. Learn how to fight back and rid our nation of this modern day Trojan Horse.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013, 07:00 pm
Location Holiday Inn Express, 120 Laning Street, Southington, CT
Contact: John Beidler (203) 808-2143 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Kip Webster (973) 934-1775 or email@example.com
Admission is $10.00.
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Interested in the real story behind the creation of the Federal Reserve System, I was able to examine source notes of G. Edward Griffin’s Book “Creature from Jekyll Island” and a few others. I am able to provide digital copies of enough source material to confirm the essential details of the secret meeting and allow my readers to see it for themselves in the words of those who actually attended this meeting. One such participant was Frank A. Vanderlip, President of National City Bank in New York. He provides the details in his autobiographical account “From Farm Boy To Financier” in chapter 21: A Conclave on Jekyl Island.
There was an occasion, near the close of 1910, when I was as secretive, indeed, as furtive as any conspirator… I do not feel it is any exaggeration to speak of our secret expedition to Jekyl Island as the occasion of the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal Reserve System.
Mr. Stillman in Paris … had just had a long conference with Senator Nelson Aldrich (Zivil in our code) who was very keen to get to work on banking and currency revision. Mr. Stillman said he had told Mr. Aldrich that freedom from interruptions was essential, but that it could be accomplished by getting Davison and me down to his estate in Rhode Island without any one’s knowing of it. Mr. Stillman expressed to me his fear that after revision the banks might not be so well off … from that time on Davison and I ought to follow the matter very closely, and keep in touch with Aldrich.
Senator Aldrich was the father-in-law of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., and himself a very rich man. Now then, fancy what sort of head-lines might have appeared over a story that Aldrich was conferring about new money legislation with a Morgan partner and the president of the biggest bank.
On October 28, 1910, I wrote to Mr. Stillman in Paris: “Senator Aldrich met with what came very near being a severe, if not fatal automobile accident … the accident has naturally postponed the conference.
As the time for the assembling of Congress drew near, Senator Aldrich became increasingly concerned about the report he must write on behalf of the joint monetary commission; likewise, there ought to be, he knew, a bill to present to the new Congress and none had been drafted. This was how it happened that a group of us went with him to the Jekyl Island Club on the coast of Georgia.
Those who had been asked to go were Henry Davison, Paul Warburg, Ben Strong, and myself. From Washington came A. Piatt Andrew, who was then an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, and who now is a member of Congress from Massachusetts. We were told to leave our last names behind us. We were told, further, that we should avoid dining together on the night of our departure. We were instructed to come one at a time and as unobtrusively as possible to the railroad terminal on the New Jersey littoral of the Hudson, where Senator Aldrich’s private car would be in readiness, attached to the rear end of a train for the South.
We addressed each other as “Ben,” “Paul,” “Nelson,” “Abe” (it is Abram Piatt Andrew). Davison and I adopted even deeper disguises, abandoning our own first names. On the theory that we were always right, he became Wilbur and I became Orville, after those two aviation pioneers, the Wright brothers. Incidentally, for years afterward Davison and I continued the practice, in communications, and when we were together.
… it was the names of all printed together that would have made our mysterious journey significant in Washington, in Wall Street, even in London. Discovery, we knew, simply must not happen, or else all our time and effort would be wasted. If it were to be exposed publicly that our particular group had gotten together and written a banking bill, that bill would have no chance whatever of passage by Congress.
“What we ought to do· first,” I said, “is to set down those things about which we are agreed; then, one by one, we can take up those things about which we seem to disagree.” … of course we knew that what we simply had to have was a more elastic currency through a bank that would hold the reserves of all banks.
We were taken by boat from the mainland to Jekyl Island and for a week or ten days were completely secluded, without any contact by telephone or telegraph with the outside. We had disappeared from the world onto a deserted island.
Thanksgiving occurred during that week and we ate wild turkey with oyster stuffing and went right back to work.
I enjoyed that period as I never have enjoyed anything else. I lived during those days on Jekyl Island at the highest pitch of intellectual awareness that I have ever experienced. It was entirely thrilling.
If it was to be a central bank, how was it to be owned, by the banks, by the government, or jointly? When we had fixed upon bank ownership and joint control, we took up the political problem of whether it should be a number of institutions, or only one. Should the rate of interest be the same for the whole nation or should it be higher in a community that was expanding
too fast and lower in another that was lagging? Should it restrict its services to banks? What open-market operations should be engaged in?
We returned to the North as secretly as we had gone South. It became known to the country as the Aldrich Plan.
Too ill to write an appropriate document to accompany his plan, Ben Strong and I went on to Washington and together we prepared that report. If what we had done then had been made known publicly, the effort would have been denounced as a piece of Wall Street chicanery… As is now well known, the bill we drafted did not get through Congress.
Now, although the Aldrich Federal Reserve plan was defeated when it bore the name of Aldrich, nevertheless its essential points were all contained in the plan that finally was adopted. The law as enacted provided for twelve banks instead of the one which the Aldrich plan would have created; but the intent of the law was to coordinate the twelve through the Federal
Reserve Board in Washington, so that in effect they would operate as a Central Bank. There can be no question about it: Aldrich undoubtedly laid the essential, fundamental lines which finally took the form of the Federal Reserve Law. Frank A Vanderlip Ch 21 from From Farm Boy To Financier
Another participant, Paul M. Warburg, appears in a biographical sketch produced by B. C. Forbes, founder of the famous financial periodical Forbes. Here is the account appearing in the chapter on Paul M Warburg in B.C. Forbes’ book “Men Who Are Making America”
Senator Aldrich issued a confidential invitation to Henry P. Davison of JP Morgan & Co.; Frank A Vandeilip, president of the National City Bank and an ex-Assistant Secretary of the Treasury; Paul M. Warburg, then of Kuhn, Loeb & Company, and A. Piatt Andrew, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, to accompany him on an extremely important – and secret – trip. Mr. Davison had gone with the Commission to Europe as an adviser, Mr Vanderlip was a recognized authority on banking and currency fundamentals, Mr. Warburg had written most learnedly on the subject, and Mr. Andrew had done a great deal of work for the Commission.
After a journey hedged with the utmost secrecy, the party were landed in a small boat at the deserted Jekyl Island, off Georgia.
“The servants must under no circumstances learn who we are,” cautioned Senator Aldrich. “What can we do to fool them?” asked another member of the group. The problem was discussed. “I have it” cried one. “Let’s all call each other by our first names. Don’t ever let us mention our last names.” It was so agreed.
Nelson had told Harry, Frank, Paul, and Piatt that he was to keep them on Jekyl Island, cut off from the rest of the world, until they had evolved and compiled a scientific currency system for the United States, a system that would embody all that was best in Europe, Every member of the group voted for a central bank as being the ideal corner-stone for any national banking system. The actual dictating of the measure was done largely by Frank and occasionally by Paul.
Later Benjamin Strong, Jr , was called into frequent consultation and he joined the “First-Name Club” as “Ben” I want to add explicitly that this information did not come from Mr Warburg; indeed, he and other members of the group will be very much astonished when they read this.
Mr. Warburg was a Central Bank advocate, yet as early as 1910, realizing the political difficulties, he evolved a plan for “A United Reserve Bank of the United States,” the underlying principles of which are embodied in the law now in force. The centralization of reserves under properly balanced authority and the rediscounting of an improved type of commercial paper so as to transform immobile promissory notes into bills of exchange, were the two cardinal reforms he constantly emphasized – reforms which were written into the Owen-Glass law.
The depth of his sincerity and of his zeal for currency reform can be partly gauged by the fact that he gave up an income of at least $500,000 a year to accept a salary of $12,000 a year as a member of the Federal Reserve Board.
For centuries Warburgs have figured prominently in German commerce, particularly in Hamburg. Their entrance into the banking field dates from the time George Washington was President of the United States. Mr Warburg’s great-grandfather then founded the banking house of Warburg & Warburg in Hamburg, and Warburgs have conducted it ever since, no outsiders being eligible for membership. None was ever needed, for the Warburg fathers saw to it that the Warburg sons were trained to maintain and expand the business.
Paul Warburg married Nina J. Loeb, daughter of the late Solomon Loeb, of Kuhn, Loeb & Co.
B. C. Forbes Paul Warburg section from Men Who Are Making America
While Mr Forbes makes it clear that his information was not obtained by Mr. Warburg, Nathaniel Wright Stephenson offers an account attributed to Mr. Warburg in his 1930 tome, entitled: Nelson W. Aldrich A Leader in American Politics. I was unable to obtain a full copy of the book and very much desire to see the remainder of his account. I provide what is available, I hope someone will contact me with the remaining pages of the account.
In the autumn of 1910, six men went out to shoot ducks. That is to say, they told the world that this was their purpose. Mr. Warburg who was of the number, gives an amusing account of his feelings when he boarded a private car in Jersey City, bringing with him all the accoutrements of a duck shooter. The joke was in the fact that he had never shot a duck in his life and had no intention of shooting any. His five companions, whatever their past might have been, were as far as he from a sporting purpose in this journey. The duck-shoot was a blind. Mr. Aldrich and representatives of three extremely significant New York banks were taking this elaborate mode of getting away by themselves without putting anybody on their track. It was Mr. Davison who had devised the plan. Their objective was a hunt club on Jekyl Island off the coast of Georgia. Why all this mystery?
Nathaniel Wright Stephenson Nelson W Aldrich A Leader in American Politics ch24: Jekyl Island
Finally, Mr. Warburg admits the meeting in his work “The Federal Reserve System: It’s Origin and Growth 1930 volume 1. In chapter 4: The Aldrich Plan (1910-1912) he discusses the the secret meeting of November 1910. He gives no details of the location or participants but he does confirm the account by Nathaniel Wright Stephenson in his footnotes. These volumes are too large to supply here, however, an astute search will find them. I have pdf copies of both volumes. I will add links to the copies hosted by the St. Louis branch of the Federal Reserve at the end.
In November, 1910, I was invited to join a small group of men who, at Senator Aldrich’s request, were to take part in a several days’ conference with him, to discuss the form that the new banking bill should take.
During this conference I had my first opportunity of studying the Senator carefully…I was impressed by the fact that, although he was a very shrewd politician, he showed a surprising disregard for party politics in dealing with our particular problem. We were, after all, discussing a proposal which involved a revolutionary break with old Republican banking traditions; but not once in all the deliberations was that phase of it mentioned. On the contrary, he always stressed the imperative necessity of dealing with the question on a non-partisan basis.
When I joined the conference, I was quite at sea as to what its outcome would be and frankly skeptical as to its prospects of success. During the first days’ sessions, Senator Aldrich was much inclined to discuss the possibilities of a full-fledged central bank on the European order—a model he seemed loath to abandon. But when the conference closed, after a week of earnest deliberation, the rough draft of what later became the Aldrich Bill had been agreed upon, and a plan had been outlined which provided for a “National Reserve Association,” meaning a central reserve organization with an elastic note issue based on gold and commercial paper. This was not a central bank in the European sense. It was strictly a bankers’ bank with branches under the control of separate directorates having supervision over the rediscount operations with member banks.
In its main principles and in many important details the Aldrich Bill was closely akin to the plan proposed in the “United Reserve Bank of the United States,” but there were quite a number of differences…
Moreover, the Senator had not yet agreed to a provision, which seemed to me of fundamental importance, that of giving the notes of the National Reserve Association the status of lawful reserve money when in the tills of member banks. The bill frankly followed the Republican doctrine of “keeping the government out of business;” but, as a starter, it was encouraging beyond all expectation. Indeed, the highest hopes seemed warranted that a most satisfactory piece of legislation could eventually be developed from it.
The results of the conference were entirely confidential. Even the fact that there had been a meeting was not permitted to become public. 2
footnote 2: Though eighteen years have since gone by, I do not feel free to give a description of this most interesting conference concerning which Senator Aldrich pledged all participants to secrecy. I understand, however, a history of Senator Aldrich’s life by Professor Nathaniel Wright Stephenson is shortly to be published, and that this book will contain an authorized account of this episode.
I can only assume, since Nelson Aldrich had sworn the participants to secrecy and that Stephenson’s book dealt primarily with Mr. Aldrich, that the authorized account was that of Mr. Nelson Aldrich, himself. Who else other than Aldrich could have authorized its telling? Why it took 15 years after his dealth to surface, however, is a bit of a mystery to me. Hopefully I will obtain the rest of this source and more light will be shed on the question. Mr. Warburg’s book was released in 1930, but clearly by the footnote we can tell that those lines were written in 1928. Frank A. Vanderlip did not issue his account until 1935 after the “cat was out of the bag” so to speak. In 1931, the New York Times published a piece eulogizing George F. Baker, a Morgan asset, in which the Jekyl Island Club was referred. Also, B. C. Forbes published an earlier account of the episode in Leslie’s Weekly in 1916. I was unable to dig it up, however, I found a report of the account in Current Opinion for December 1916. This account would have been the earliest report yet known, but was considered speculative at that time. Subsequent accounts from the members themselves validates the story.
- Ch 21 from From Farm Boy To Financier
- Nelson W Aldrich A Leader in American Politics (Looking to obtain the remainder of this volume)
- Paul Warburg from Men Who Are Making America
- JEKYL ISLAND CLUB LOSES LEADER IN BAKER – NYTimes
- Pages from Current Opinion December 1916
- The Federal Reserve System: It’s Origin and Growth 1930 volume 1 by Paul M. Warburg
- The Federal Reserve System: It’s Origin and Growth 1930 volume 2 by Paul M. Warburg
- Saturday Evening Post Part 7 of 9
Shame on you verizon, Your recent attempts to hype the fear mongering over guns is disgusting.
Look at this front page picture? It looks like 21 cops in a US city were captured and killed right?
If you saw this headline photo and did not click through what would be your immediate assumption?
Here is the inside story:
21 missing Pakistani policemen found shot dead
By RIAZ KHAN Associated Press The Associated Press
Saturday, December 29, 2012 5:27 PM EST
PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) — Twenty-one tribal policemen believed to have been kidnapped by the Taliban were found shot dead in Pakistan’s troubled northwest tribal region early Sunday, government officials said.
Officials found the bodies shortly after midnight in the Jabai area of Frontier Region Peshawar after being notified by one policeman who escaped, said Naveed Akbar Khan, a top political official in the area. Another policeman was found seriously wounded, said Khan.
The 23 policemen went missing before dawn Thursday when militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades and automatic weapons attacked two posts in Frontier Region Peshawar. Two policemen were also killed in the attacks.
Militants lined the policemen up on a cricket pitch late Saturday night and gunned them down, said another local official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the media.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack, but suspicion fell on the Pakistani Taliban, who have been waging a bloody insurgency against the government for the past few years. The tribal region is the main sanctuary for the Taliban in Pakistan.
On Saturday, an explosion ripped through a passenger bus at a terminal in the southern city of Karachi, killing six people and wounding 52 others, some of whom were in critical condition, said Seemi Jamali, a doctor at the hospital where the victims were being treated.
Police were trying to determine whether the blast, which reduced the bus to a charred skeleton, was caused by a bomb or a gas canister that exploded, said police spokesman Imran Shaukat. Many buses in Pakistan run on natural gas.
Karachi has a long history of political, ethnic and sectarian violence. It is also believed to be home to many Taliban militants who have fled U.S. drone attacks and Pakistani army operations in the country’s northwest.
Associated Press writer Adil Jawad in Karachi, Pakistan, contributed to this report.
Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
The AP story is also misleading. Do you really think the Pakistani police are the same as the US police? Of course not. They do not have local police as we do. Their “police” are nothing more than a national arm of their military. They are an internal security force. I am not condoning what happened here, but this is highly misleading journalism and is typical of our marxist press.
Is man-made carbon pollution a threat to the global climate? I could discuss the 5th grade science lessons about how man breathes in oxygen and breathes out carbon dioxide while plants take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen. We could talk about whether or not science has proven global warming, or global cooling or any other climate change model. All of that is a waste of time. We should simply consider what the legislators are proposing we regulate and tax. They want to regulate and /or tax “man-made” carbon pollution.
Now, carbon appears in the atmosphere at 40,000 parts per million. In other words 4% of our atmosphere is made up of carbon. Of that, 15 parts per million are contributed by man.
Are we to believe that regulating 15 parts per million of our atmospheric content will make a meaningful environmental impact? I am quite certain it will make a meaningful economic impact. Here is an illustration showing our atmosphere in blue, our carbon portion in white and the man-made contribution to that carbon component in red.
Actually, that red dot is 4 x 4 so it is 1/16 too large to accurately represent the man-made contribution to carbon in our atmosphere !!! That dot represents the portion of our atmosphere that our legislators are attempting to regulate. Talk about a scam !!!
Many thanks to GeraldCelenteChannel for promoting a video I uploaded entitled Anarchy USA. This documentary was produced in the mid 1960′s in an attempt to explain to the American people that the unrest they were witnessing in the streets was not a spontaneous uprising. Rather it was a planned uprising, in that the leaders were working on behalf of the Communist Revolutionaries and many innocent individuals were being used to promote an agenda that did not have American interests at heart. The setting is the civil rights movement in the United States, but other similar movements throughout the world in different times and places are also discussed and many have very similar patterns to them. The documentary does not call into question the fact that there were and are racial tensions and injustices. It simply seeks to demonstrate how real problems can be exploited by an enemy to justify so-called remedies that may be worse than the disease. GeraldCelenteChannel has no official affiliation with the man Gerald Celente nor his Trends Research newsletter. I offer no endorsement of either party as I am unfamiliar with them.
You are invited to view this 1:15:00 video
Having been born during the Vietnam War, a conclusion to the conflict was reached while I was just beginning to realize that there was a world that did not involve diapers and bottles. So, my youth was spent in an era of relative peace; at least from a Western perspective. There was an occassional flare up, a small skirmish here or there. An embassy bombing or an air attack would occasionally break the silence, but for the most part I grew of age without knowing war.
The first time I saw war was on the television when British war boats attacked the Falkland Islands. The reality of war was driven home on the eve of the so-called collapse of Communism when George H W Bush amassed our troops on the border of Kuwait. I was quite concerned about the conflict because I had plans and I was of age to fight in that battle. In a different time, who knows, I may have joined the foray. I sat and listened to his reasons for that war and he clearly told the American people that his intention was to strengthen the United Nations and help to formulate a New World Order. I was not about to sacrifice my life for his New World Order when I could see nothing wrong with the Old Order of my fathers.
So, as the old Soviet Union was self destructing; as Europe was preparing to deliver itself up to a Soviet style European Union, the United States accelerated down its own path of post-cold war self-destruction in the form of perpetual war. Nothing was more foreign to my experience then a foreign war. I was relieved when it was wrapped up so quickly. Apparently, it was just a primer for more wars to follow. I can only imagine that young Americans on the eve of World War I felt the same way.
Now, we are embroiled in multiple theaters throughout the Middle East in various stages of combat. Some are hot, some are cold, some are proxy wars and some are extremely covert. The goal has not changed…. A drive towards a New World Order. A leveling of the economies and powers of all nations and a steady strengthening of International Institutions is designed to suck dry the sovereignty of all nations. This political and military strategy feeds an economic threat. The entire West now faces financial ruin and our would-be masters are preparing their international institutions to finish off their prey. The goal: A New World Order. A world Order built out of the chaos which they now orchestrate from their unelected international positions of power.
I offer two talks by Robert Welch that discusses the machinations involved in laying the groundwork for perpetual war. If the Korean War can be seen as a test-case, the Vietnam War can be described as the first full-blown exhibition of a United States hell-bent on financial, military and social self-destruction in favor of a New International Order run, not in Washington but rather in New York along the East River.
Full Transcript: The Truth About Vietnam
Full Transcript: More Truth About Vietnam