posted on Apr, 12 2010 @ 10:53 PM
A most astounding revelation has unearthed itself, documenting everything that I discuss here. A report (dated 1919) that claims to be written by Col.
Edward Mendel House, then British banking handler and confidante of President Woodrow Wilson who was instrumental in getting the Federal Reserve Act
passed, details the true reasons for WWI and the push for a League of Nations under President Wilson. This chilling document purports to be a progress
report written to our financial masters in Great Britain, thus detailing their "thought control" efforts against the American dullards that are so
easily manipulated. According to this report, America is being prepared for "the peaceful return of the American Colonies to the dominion of the
Crown." Without the slightest reservation, it is laid out clearly how agents of the "Crown" have been placed in positions of authority throughout
the country with the express purpose of hoodwinking the American people into complying as serfs to their "Crown" masters. Of course, this process,
as I have outlined on this site, has been going on since the Declaration of Independence, but its culmination came under Wilson, the Federal Reserve
Act, WWI, and WWII.
Amazingly, this report identifies the key components of "Crown" control in this country, which are financial, educational, governmental, and
resource-based oil. J.P. Morgan and Company are identified as key financial officers for the "Crown." It details how the oil industry is conrolled
by them, and how the League of Nations (what later became the United Nations) was devised in order to extend "Imperial" control over the world, and
how the United States' admission would bring them, unwittingly into the "empire."
, or letter, was presented to the House of Representatives by
Congressman Thorkelson of Montana, and is published in the Congressional Record of October 13, 1919, p. 598-604 inclusive. Its authenticity was
discussed by members of the House and an effort was made to strike it from the Record, which failed. See Congressional Record, October 11, 1939, p.714
et seq.; also of September 9, 1940, p.17835; and September 11, 1940, p.18311.