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Re: History: A Short History of the Round Table “
« Reply #20 on: January 11, 2009, 09:28:13 AM »



It always has been. Enemies are created.
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Re: History: A Short History of the Round Table “
« Reply #21 on: January 11, 2009, 12:39:25 PM »
I need not say more....you nailed it squarely on the head and from a source that cannot be discredited.    He was even approached to lead the first military coup. 

[June 1932 - Burned out veteran`s homes in Shanty Town, to prepare them to run a coup,  Then entice US. General to march on Washington, the U.S. Capital to take over using the 500,000 disgruntled Vets.]

July 1932 to November 1933 `“ Good timing for an actual planned Coup of the American Government by American big business by attempting to recruit a Major General Butler in the U.S.M.C.  as the commander.  This true to life plan involved a very colorful character named Major General Smedley Butler of the USMC.  He was approached by certain wealthy capitalist from the United States to lead a revolution to overthrow the government and establish an American Fascist dictatorship.  He was even tempted by this offer of $60,000.  Three men, representing a body of planners, proposed to General Butler a plan to seize the White House with a private Army of 500,000 very disgruntled veterans, hold FDR prisoner, and get rid of him if he refused to serve as their puppet in a dictatorship they were going to control.   Do a search on Butler and discover what he said about war and what he knew already.  He asserted that the military really served the role as a collection agency for big bankers.  The Senate munitions investigating committee confirmed this assertion in 1934.   Major General Butler had won two Congressional Medals of Honor, and had been involved in many campaigns.  This committee confirmed that; remember this word; `Standard Oil`, along with United Fruit, the sugar trust, the big banks, had been behind most of the operations he had lead.  Do another search to find the McCormack-Dickstein Committee that investigated Butler`s charges.  They confirmed his allegations.   There are other folks that believe that Butler was maybe being set up, and that this incident was actually going to be the means that these big businessmen and FDR was going to use.  Butler would lead this private Army to DC, this action would have resulted in FDR declaring a national emergency and imposing martial law and being supported by the American people.  It was planned and would have succeeded, however, Butler, being a Marine in true form, revealed the plot and FDR had to be happy just being a President.  The investigation went lame and just disappeared from sight.  Among the powers that be, it was decided that the main way to recover and still achieve this goal was to involve the U.S. in a war.  Note that in 1927 was the start of Standard Oil supporting Germany by refining the oil necessary to begin WWII.

NOTE: Replay or chance repeat of history in the St Petersburg massacre in 1905 or even better the 12 September 1917 when Civil War Breaks Out in Russia as Kornilov`s Army Marches on Petrograd to assume Power.

NOTE:  Speculation from historians is that FDR knew ahead of time, would have committed active duty troops to stop the treason, and have a mass slaughter, St. Petersburg worked once, why not again.  He would have then declared Martial law and a dictatorship.  Plan fails, and is swept under the carpet.  FDR settles for a war with Japan and entering the World war by setting up Pearl Harbor.

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Re: History: A Short History of the Round Table “
« Reply #22 on: January 11, 2009, 02:43:11 PM »
Yes. But they are off to the side.

I remember a speech by Dr Stan Monteith on this subject. He never once mentioned a single jewish banker.

After that I called him Stan "No Jews Here" Monteith.
AMERICA was banned for 7 days by LONEWOLF due to a few jews working for "The Hydra" - PATHETIC.