By Deanna Spingola
Opposition in all things, necessary for personal growth, allows for the existence of evil, personified by Lucifer, provocateur of all contention. Lucifer, the usurper, stealthily strives to strip everyone of their freedom, establish his allegedly classless, democratic dominion by working through compliant, ego-driven leaders seeking “the glory of the world.” Armed with the enticing temptations of earth’s abundant treasures and pleasures, just imagine Lucifer’s success rate when he offers even more prosperity and power to unprincipled people. Lucifer and his insatiable minions seek totality through force and thus must rule with “blood and horror on the face of the earth.” Lucifer has always induced certain character-weak, often morally-compromised individuals to unite into secret societies or associations to carry out his ultimate, opposing-God objective of a New World Order.
Though the “powers of darkness prevail upon the earth,” we “know not the hearts of the men in our own nation” particularly because many Americans suffer from a media-induced state of ignorance. We are over-run with secret societies, where power-seeking participants swear allegiance to each other through secret oaths. They are all working towards the same satanical objective and attempt to function and influence every aspect of society and culture. Nations that uphold the disease-like spread of secret societies, large or small, are ripe for destruction.
“Is this the man that made the earth to tremble, that did shake kingdoms; that made the world as a wilderness, and destroyed the cities thereof; that opened not the house of his prisoners?” 
From the Civil War forward, war has been poured out upon all nations. Many erroneously believe that the Civil War was about abolishing slavery, a despicable institution. The war was about tariffs, protecting certain industries and ultimately strengthening the federal government. The fallacious justification of liberating the slaves followed the deaths of at least 618,000 people.  War was unnecessary – there were alternatives. The same neoconservative do-gooder, “ending tyranny in our world”  mental manipulation is used in the current “democracy-building” efforts of the U.S. Bringing liberty to the world, America’s quest, apparently requires demolition of infrastructure, bombs, bloodshed, carnage, depleted uranium, white phosphorus or napalm, occupation and permanent military bases. War and reconstruction produce big money and thin out the population on both sides.
Bloodshed and famine attend the carnage of combat and rumors of wars.  Rumors of war (hearsay) are frequently propagated by corrupt, compromised officials to justify preemptive “shock and awe” bombing campaigns against defenseless civilians. We resist taking the first shot but rather rely on sanctions or embargoes to provoke response. If those fail, responding to a Northwoods style attack would be justified.
The U.S. battleship Maine sank as a result of an explosion in Havana Harbor on February 15, 1898. This was during William McKinley’s presidency. He was known as a defender of the gold standard. He was against a full-blown war, preferring diplomacy instead. Though it was later determined to be an internal explosion, it was blamed on the Spanish. After hearing reports of Spanish atrocities in Cuba, the U.S. “liberated” the Cubans. Americans continue to fall for the atrocity claims. Combat ensued between America and Spain which culminated on August 12, 1898. Two days later, the U.S. sent 11,000 occupational troops to the Philippines. The Filipinos resisted the U.S. liberation for three years.  An estimated 200,000 to 1,000,000 Filipino civilians were killed. Approximately 16,000 Filipinos were killed in combat. By contrast, only 4,200 American soldiers were killed. 
For $20 million dollars Spain ceded the Philippine Islands, Puerto Rico and Guam to the United States in the Paris Peace Treaty signed on December 10, 1898 and ratified by the United States Senate on February 6, 1899. It became effective on April 11, 1899. “Many people did not approve of America seizing territory far from its shores, but McKinley, who agonized over the decision, finally approved the takeover.” 
McKinley was re-elected in 1900 and was shot on September 6, 1901 at 4:07 p.m. at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York by an alleged emotionally demented anarchist, Leon Czolgosz. Patsies are always young, demented and alone. McKinley died of his wounds on September 14, 1901 and was succeeded by pro-war Theodore Roosevelt.  It is significant that of forty-three presidents, eight have been the target of “assassins.” Four of those presidents died. 
In some instances, politicians have very personal reasons to comply with their New World Order handlers. Woodrow Wilson, son of a Presbyterian minister, had the financial and political support of the Rockefellers, Jacob Schiff, Bernard Baruch, and others in his successful 1910 bid for governor of New Jersey. Coincidentally, they also had the love letters he wrote to Mary Peck, his mistress while he was president of Princeton (1902-1910), for which they paid $65,000.  Therefore he made the perfect morally compromised presidential candidate. He was certainly not the first or the last who was installed because of the contents of his private closet.
Paul Warburg, a Republican, contributed a substantial amount of money to Wilson’s presidential campaign. His brother made similar contributions to the incumbent William Howard Taft. Theodore Roosevelt, the third candidate and opposed to a central bank, ran under his new Bull Moose Party. George Perkins and Frank Munsey of the J. P. Morgan Company poured money into both the Roosevelt and Taft campaigns which split the vote and gave the election to Wilson.  A financial coup took place in 1913. We are financially insolvent. Our national treasures have been seized by international loan sharks.
In 1916 President Woodrow Wilson said: “I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated governments in the civilized world. No longer a government by free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.” 
Wall Street financed the Chinese revolution of 1912, the Mexico Revolution in 1915-16, the Panama Canal controversy of 1913. “The purpose of the revolution was to deprive Colombia, of which Panama was then a part, of $40 million and to acquire control of the Panama Canal.” 
Wall Street financed the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917 prior to World War I. “Documents in the State Department files demonstrate that the National City Bank, controlled by Stillman and Rockefeller interests, and the Guaranty Trust, controlled by Morgan interests, jointly raised substantial loans for the belligerent Russia before U.S. entry into the war, and that these loans were raised after the State Department pointed out to these firms that they were contrary to international law. Further, negotiations for the loans were undertaken through official U.S. government communications facilities under cover of the top-level ‘Green Cipher’ of the State Department.” … “Clearly the Morgan-Rockefeller interests were not interested in abiding by international law. … There was no hesitation on the part of these firms to use State Department facilities for the negotiations. Further, in spite of protests, the State Department allowed the messages to go through.” 
“During World War I Germany raised considerable funds in New York for espionage and covert operations in North America and South America. It is important to record the flow of these funds because it runs from the same firms — Guaranty Trust and American International Corporation — that were involved in the Bolshevik Revolution and its aftermath.”  An estimated six to twelve million Russians were killed by Stalin prior to World War II. Several million were killed after the war when Roosevelt delivered one-third of Europe to Stalin as part of the settlement conferences. 
The planning of the Second World War started in 1919 after Adolf Hitler had joined a secret society called the Thule Society. The Society was not a working-man's group as it included amongst its members: “judges, police-chiefs, barristers, lawyers, university professors and lecturers, aristocratic families, leading industrialists, surgeons, physicians, scientists, as well as a host of rich and influential bourgeois.” The membership of the Thule Society also became the foundation of the Nazi Party. 
Wall Street financed Hitler and his proposed 1,000 year Reich. It was supposedly a failure but it produced profits and supplied the United States with practical experience through CIA-transplanted German war criminals who were expert in segregation and concentration camp logistics, propaganda tactics, group-think mentality, crisis psychology via the orchestrated Reichstag fire and continued medical and eugenics experimentation. “The Rockefeller Foundation helped found the German eugenics program and even funded the program that Josef Mengele worked in before he went to Auschwitz.”  Former “enemies,” now associates contributed their scientific “expertise” to the ongoing globalist momentum in America. The devastating chaos of World War II, with death, destruction and the political realignment of the nations – divvied up with previous allies now redefined as cold war “enemies,” failed to implement the New World Order.
What was referred to as the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), America’s first intelligence agency, established June 13, 1942, developed world-wide clandestine capability and employed almost 13,000 men and women. 
One of the functions of OSS was to organize and conduct psychological warfare. Psychological warfare, a propaganda tactic with any government that wants to marshal the troops, includes “a constant repetition of fabricated atrocity stories which are designed to prove that the enemy were all ‘bad guys’ who had to be eliminated so we ‘good guys’ could live in peace.” 
“OSS, ended on October 1, 1945, trained many of the leaders and personnel who formed the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Their ranks included four future Directors of Central Intelligence: Allen Dulles, Richard Helms, William Colby, and William Casey.”  Personnel and the assets ultimately went into a new organization called the Central Intelligence Group (CIG) until the National Security Act of 1947 turned CIG into the Central Intelligence Agency. CIA ranks have swollen dramatically since then probably to include a patsy department where people are properly schooled as perpetrators yet who make dramatic appearances in public prior to their “crime” and leave sufficient evidence for miraculous discovery.
“Allen Dulles was the OSS chief of European operations during World War II and was quite active in post-war covert schemes, such as Operation Paperclip and Operation National Interest, to move Nazi personnel and assets out of Germany and into the American sphere.”
George Herbert Walker, along with partner Averell Harriman, established W. A. Harriman & Co. Bank in November 1919. In 1926 Prescott S. Bush was installed as Vice-President of W. A. Harriman & Co. In 1928, W. A. Harriman bought Dresser Industries, paying $4,000,000 for Dresser's corporate stock and made it a public company by issuing 300,000 shares of stock. Neil Mallon, with no experience in the oil business, was installed as company president. Prescott Bush was the banking representative who helped finance the deal that established Dresser and served on the company's board.  Dresser produced the incendiary bombs that were used on Tokyo.  Dresser also made gaseous diffusion pumps for the Manhattan atomic bomb project.  Prescott financed Hitler through the Union Banking Corporation. 
In 1931 Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. merged with W. A. Harriman & Co., the railroad empire. The Harriman railroads shipped oil for John D. Rockefeller of Standard Oil. Samuel P. Bush, father of Prescott, owned Buckeye Steel Castings Co. which manufactured parts for the Harriman railroad company.  During World War II Prescott was a director of two companies – Dresser Industries, oil field equipment manufacturer, and until recently a part of Halliburton, and the second was Vanadium Corporation of America. “They were both involved in atomic energy projects.” 
“George H. W. Bush worked for Dresser Industries in several positions after the war, from 1948-1951.”  Dresser Industries acquired M.W. Kellogg, an oil services company, in 1988. On September 29, 1998, Dresser formally merged with rival company Halliburton. Dick Cheney, a long-time member of the CFR, negotiated the $7.7 billion deal.  Halliburton then issued 176 million new shares of its common stock to Dresser shareholders.  On 10 April 2001 the Dresser division (excluding the former Kellogg division) entered an agreement to separate itself from Halliburton because of “more than 300,000 asbestos claims filed against a Dresser subsidiary located in Pennsylvania that made construction products containing the substance.”  Halliburton “split its operations into two distinct entities in order to protect its assets from the asbestos litigation. Halliburton positioned Kellogg, Brown & Root under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. 
It would have cost Halliburton billions, in both cash and stock, to settle the asbestos claims.  This is despite the Bush administration’s attempts to get Congress to limit asbestos liability. But, Arlen Specter has come to the rescue with his Asbestos Trust Fund Bill, purportedly to help victims. I wonder – would this fund assist the numerous victims of 9/11 in as much as the asbestos dissemination was the result of alleged “terrorists,” or would it reduce government financial culpability? Now, Halliburton’s liability will be limited to $450 million. Halliburton, with government contracts, recovered and their purchase of Dresser possibly saved the Dresser stockholders, perhaps even Bush family stock?  It wouldn’t be the first time!
Halliburton’s support of Lyndon Johnson resulted in several contracts including the construction of military bases during the Vietnam War. After the Persian Gulf War in 1991, then-Defense Secretary Cheney, who directed our first invasion of Iraq, paid Brown & Root to conduct “a study on the benefits of military outsourcing.” Months later, Cheney paid them an additional $5 million to update the report. “In 1992, Brown & Root was awarded the U.S. Army's first Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) contract, an omnibus contract that allows the Army to call on KBR for support in all of its field operations, including combat, peacekeeping and humanitarian assistance.” 
“On March 24, 2003, the Army announced publicly that KBR had been awarded five task orders in Iraq potentially worth $7 billion to implement the plan.” “KBR was awarded a $100 million contract in 2002 to build a new U.S. embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, from the State Department.” “KBR has also been awarded 15 LOGCAP task orders worth more than $216 million for work under ‘Operation Enduring Freedom,’ the military name for operations in Afghanistan. These include establishing base camps at Kandahar and Bagram Air Force Base and training foreign troops from the Republic of Georgia.” “On Feb. 27, 2004, the Coalition Provisional Authority's Program Management Office in Baghdad awarded KBR a contract worth nearly $51.5 million for "electrical power transmission" in Iraq.” 
Go to Part 20
 Old Testament, Isaiah 14:12 - 18
 New Testament, Matthew 24:6
 The Greatest Story Never Told, Winston Churchill and the Crash of 1929 by Pat Riott, pg. 20
 Ibid, page 21-22
 A Century of War: Lincoln, Wilson, and Roosevelt by John V. Denson, p. 17
 The Mind of Adolf Hitler, the Secret Wartime Report by Walter C. Langer, p. 4
 World War II Industrial Facilities: Authorized Federal Funding & World War II Industrial Facilities: Authorized Federal Funding
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