Friday, May 25, 2012

The Lusitania & World War I


The same crowd which manipulated the passage of the income tax and the Federal Reserve System wanted America in the war. J. P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, "Colonel" House, Jacob Schiff, Paul Warburg and the rest of the Jekyll Island conspirators were all deeply involved in getting us involved. Many of these financiers had loaned England large sums of money. In fact, J. P. Morgan & Co. served as British financial agents in this country during World War I.” -Gary Allen, None Dare Call it Conspiracy

World War I officially began on June 28th, 1914 when members of the Illuminati Black Hand secret society assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Europe quickly polarized and warred for nearly a year before Americans were given their false-flag reason to join. On May 1st, 1915 the British Naval cruiser “Lusitania” was scheduled for Liverpool, taking off from New York harbor loaded with 600 tons of explosives, 6 million pounds of ammunition, 1,248 cases of shrapnel shells, other war materials, and last but not least – American passengers. The German embassy in D.C. was fully aware of the war materials being shipped into England on the Lusitania and tried to warn American travelers. German embassy officials attempted to place full-page ads in 50 U.S. newspapers reading: “Notice! Travelers intending to embark on the Atlantic voyage are reminded that a state of war exists between Germany and her allies and Great Britain and her allies … travelers sailing in the war zone on ships of Great Britain … do so at their own risk.” Due to actions taken by the U.S. State Department, 49 of those 50 newspapers never ran the ad.

The German government took out large ads in all the New York papers warning potential passengers that the ship was carrying munitions and telling them not to cross the Atlantic on it … Yet the sinking of the Lusitania was used by clever propagandists to portray the Germans as inhuman slaughterers of innocents. Submarine warfare was manufactured into a cause celebre to push us into war." -Gary Allen, “None Dare Call it Conspiracy”

Midday May 7th, off the coast of Ireland, the Lusitania was ordered to reduce speed, and “Juno,” its British military escort vessel, was ordered to withdraw. Committee of 300, 33rd degree Freemason, and Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill knew German U-Boats were in the vicinity and purposely called off Juno, leaving the Lusitania a sitting duck.

British commander Joseph Kenworthy, on duty when the ship was sunk, later revealed that her military escort was withdrawn at the last minute and her captain ordered to enter at reduced speed an area where a German U-boat was known to be operating. It is clear why Germany attacked this ship, and Britain would have done the same if U.S. munitions were being shipped to Germany. ‘The Germans, whose torpedo struck the liner, were the unwitting accomplices or victims of a plot probably concocted by Winston Churchill,’ concluded author Simpson.” -Jim Marrs, “Rule by Secrecy” (189)

The Lusitania was a ploy. It was packed with some Morgan owned ammunition, had been given over to England as a member of the navy, and despite the warnings of the Germans was sent Into a naval war zone, specifically to be a target - the catalyst for America’s entrance to the war …Churchill ordered the Lusitanina’s naval escort to return to port, and the fated ship was left unprotected, to be sunk. Rothschild agent Colonel House probably knew of this plot, records point to a discussion of it between him and Sir Edward Grey of England. Historian Colin Simpson called the sinking of the Lusitania the ‘foulest act of willful murder ever committed on the seas.’” -Fritz Springmeier, “Bloodlines of the Illuminati”

Churchill’s fellow Committee of 300 member, CFR founder, and Rothschild agent Colonel Mandel House was also President Wilson’s top political advisor. Wilson said “Mr. House is my second personality. He is my independent self. His thoughts and mine are one. If I were in his place, I would just do as he suggested.” This is a man who has also been called the Henry Kissinger of his day. In the book “The Intimate Papers of Colonel House” is a conversation recorded between Colonel House and the Foreign Secretary of England, Sir Edward Grey. Grey asked, “What will America do if the Germans sink an ocean liner with American passengers on board?” and House answered, “I believe that a flame of indignation would sweep the United States and that by itself would be sufficient to carry us into the war.” Just as “luck” would have it, that is exactly what happened. Around 1,200 were killed, including 128 Americans.

This act set off a firestorm of anti-German feeling throughout the United States, fanned by the Rockefeller-Morgan dominated press.” –Jim Marrs, “Rule by Secrecy” (188)

So Illuminati Morgan owned ammunition was loaded on a ship with American passengers. Committee of 300 and 33rd degree Mason, Winston Churchill, ordered off the ship’s military escort knowing German U-Boats were standing by. Then the Rockefeller-Morgan dominated U.S. press helped stir anti-German sentiment until the people were sufficiently propagated to enter the war. President Woodrow Wilson, like Winston Churchill, the Morgans and Rockefellers, knew of the Lusitania’s pre-planned fate, and he knew the decision to sink it was out of his hands.


"There can be no doubt that President Wilson was told of the character of the cargo destined for the Lusitania. He did nothing, but was to concede on the day he was told of her sinking that his foreknowledge had given him many sleepless hours." -Colin Simpson, “The Lusitania”

"Woodrow Wilson was re-elected by a hair. He had hased his campaign on the slogan: 'He Kept Us Out of War!'. . . Just five months later we were in it. The same crowd which manipulated the passage of the income tax and the Federal Reserve System wanted America in the war. J. P. Morgan, John D. Rockefeller, 'Colonel' House, Jacob Schiff, Paul Warburg and the rest of the Jekyll Island conspirators were all deeply involved." -Gary Allen, “None Dare Call it Conspiracy”

World War I was a financial bonanza for the international bankers. But it was a catastrophe of such magnitude for the United States that few even today grasp its importance. The war reversed our traditional foreign policy of non-involvement and we have been enmeshed almost constantly ever since in perpetual wars for perpetual peace. Winston Churchill once observed that all nations would have been better off had the U.S. minded its own business. Had we done so, he said, ‘peace would have been made with Germany; and there would have been no collapse in Russia leading to Communism; no breakdown of government in Italy followed by Fascism; and Naziism never would have gained ascendancy in Germany.’” (Social Justice Magazine, July 3, 1939, p. 4.) –Gary Allen, “None Dare Call it Conspiracy”


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8 comments:

Sergio Recio Gamo said...

I have seen some docs in History Channel, but none said nothing of this.

Thank you very much!

Eric Dubay said...

You're welcome, I'm afraid you're not going to find this kind of information/research on the History Channel or anywhere else on TV for that matter.

~Eric

Anonymous said...

Eric,

(my brother's name too)

I have Houses "intimate papers" but have not cracked them.

Do you know which vol & page his firestorm statement was made?

Anonymous said...

I meant "Flame of indignation" not firestorm

Eric Dubay said...

No, sorry, I don't know, if anybody does, please post

Anonymous said...

Regarding the 50th paper to print the German warning was the Des Moines Register (Iowa). The big $ had control of most of the major papers by this time. No different today with five corps controlling the paper and electronic media. Use the internet while we can. Jeff

Randall Kohn said...

What sucks big time about alot of these supposed "great" leaders like Churchill or Eisenhower warning us about the military industrial complex - they make all these claims and observations after they are out of office years after they can't get in any kind of trouble or be implicated in anything. They become brave after they have been paid, before they bite the dust, but not to avoid the judgement seat of God though.

Perspectives by Karen said...

I agree with Randall. The actions of these leaders are a disgrace to humanity. Churchill and the British admiralty tried to pin the blame of the Lusitania on the Captain. Luckily Lord Mersey, leading the inquiry do not let this stick but was made to point the finger at the Germans. Churchill then had the gaul to write a book many years later where he continued (perhaps in his shame and guilt if he was not a total psychopath) to indict Captain Turner and made the poor mans life a misery. My great grandfather was a helmsman on the ship. He died leaving a wife and 5 kids. It is not just the vicitms of disasters that suffer but families and even generations are affected by such acts.