1940 The New World Order, published by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
This work contains a select list of references on regional and world federation, together with some special plans for world order after the war.
August 19, 1940 Congressional Record, remarks of Hon. J. Thorkelson of Montana in the house of representatives
Steps Toward British Union, a World State, and
"In order that the American people may have a clearer understanding of those who over a period of years have been undermining this Republic, in order
to return it to the British Empire, I have inserted in the RECORD a number of articles to prove this point. These articles are entitled "Steps Toward
British Union, a World State, and International Strife." This is part I, and in this I include a hope expressed by Mr. Andrew Carnegie, in his book
entitled "Triumphant Democracy." In this he expresses himself in this manner:
"Let men say what they will, I say that as surely as the sun in the heavens once shone upon Britain and America united, so surely is it one morning
to rise, to shine upon, to greet again the reunited states—the British-American Union."
His statement is clear, and the organizations which Mr. Carnegie endowed have spent millions in order to bring this about. This thing has been made
possible by scholarships, exchange professors, subsidies of churches, subsidies of educational institutions; all of them working for the purpose of
eliminating Americanism as was taught once in our schools and to gradually exchange this for an English version of our history.
These organizations were organized to bring about a British union, a union in which the United States would again become a part of the British Empire.
However, this has been upset to some extent by the attempt of the internationalists to establish their own government as an International or world
union. And there is, therefore, a conflict between the two, for England wants a British union, with America as a colony, and the international money
changers want a Jewish controlled union, in order to establish their own world government.
It is, therefore, best for us to stay out of both of these, in order to save what is left of this Republic as it was given to us in 1787, by a people
who knew more about international intrigue and the real problems that confronted the world, than we know today. These early founders not only
understood the problems, but in drafting the Constitution they provided an instrument for us to follow, so that we could remain secure from foreign
double-dealing and intrigue
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December 12, 1940 The Congressional Record
"in an article entitled "A New World Order," John G. Alexander calls for "a world federation."
You'll have to go to a federal depository to read it.
June 16, 1940 Winston Churchill's proposes an Anglo-French union
"United States of Europe"
"The two Governments declare that France and Great Britain shall no longer be two nations but one Franco-British Union… Every citizen of France
will enjoy immediately citizenship of Great Britain, every British subject will become a citizen of France..."
Also see, "Churchill and the Unification of Europe"
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