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Here are a few paragraphs from the second chapter of The World Order – A Study in Hegemony (1985) by Eustace Mullins.
The Communist Revolution of 1917 was planned, supervised and financed by the global financial elite.
The concept of political ‘Left wing’ and ‘Right wing’ is just a charade, created for us by the global elite – to give us an opposition, an enemy to blame; to keep us fighting amongst ourselves. Read on…
Chapter Two: Soviet Russia
Soviet Russia was allowed to emerge from the destruction of World War II
as one of the victors, solely because she was needed as the next “evil empire”
against which the civilised West could launch a new Crusade. Because Russia was
bankrupt, had lost 40 million of her population in the war, plus another 66 million
murdered by the Bolsheviks since 1917, and was unable to feed herself, once again
the World Order was obliged to step in with enormous subsidies of food and
material from the U.S., in order to maintain an “enemy power”.
The Belgian Relief Commission of 1916 became the Marshall Plan of 1948. Once again, the loads of
supplies were shipped into Europe, ostensibly for our Allies, but destined to
maintain the Soviet bloc.
Although Jacob Schiff’s personal agent, George Kennan, had regularly
toured Russia during the latter part of the nineteenth century, bringing in money
and arms for the Communist revolutionaries (his grandson said that Schiff had
spent $20 million to bring about the Bolshevik Revolution) more concerted aid was
called for to support an entire regime. Kennan also aided Schiff in financing the
Japanese in the Russo-Japanese War of 1905; the Japanese decorated Kennan with
the Gold War Medal and the Order of the Sacred Treasure. In 1915, the American
International Corporation was formed in New York. Its principal goal was the
coordination of aid, particularly financial assistance, to the Bolsheviks which had
previously been provided by Schiff and other bankers on an informal basis. The
new firm was funded by J.P. Morgan, the Rockefellers, and the National City
Bank. Chairman of the Board was Frank Vanderlip, former president of National
City, and member of the Jekyll Island group which wrote the Federal Reserve Act
in 1910; directors were Pierre DuPont, Otto Kahn of Kuhn, Loeb Co., George
Herbert Walker, grandfather of Vice President George H. Bush, William
Woodward, director of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; Robert S. Lovett,
right-hand man of the Harriman-Kuhn, Loeb Union Pacific Railroad; Percy
Rockefeller, John DiRyan, J.A. Stillman, son of James Stillman principal organiser
of the National City Bank; A.H. Wiggin, and Beekman Winthrop. The 1928 list of
AIC directors included Percy Rockefeller, Pierre DuPont, Elisha Walker of Kuhn,
Loeb Co., and Frank Altschul of Lazard Freres. In their program of aiding the
Communists, AIC worked closely with Guaranty Trust of New York (now Morgan
Guaranty Trust). Guaranty Trust’s directors in 1903 included George F. Baker,
founder of the First National Bank; August Belmont, representative of the
Rothschilds; E.H. Harriman, founder of Union Pacific Railroad; former vice
president of the U.S., Levi Morton, who was a director of U.S. Steel and the Union
Pacific; Henry H. Rogers, partner of John D. Rockefeller in Standard Oil, also a
director of Union Pacific; H. McK. Twombly, who married the daughter of
William Vanderbilt, and was now the director of fifty banks and industries;
Frederick W. Vanderbilt, and Harry Payne Whitney.
No one would seriously believe that bankers of this magnitude would
finance an “anti-capitalist” revolution for the Communists, yet this is exactly what
These same men financed Woodrow Wilson’s political campaigns, and
it was these same men to whom Wilson referred in his opening address to the Paris
Peace Conference, when he said, “There is moreover a voice calling for these
definitions of principles and purposes which is, it seems to me, more thrilling and
more compelling than any of the moving voices with which the troubled air of the
world is filled. It is the voice of the Russian people. There are men in the United
States of the finest temper who are in sympathy with Bolshevism because it appears
to them to offer that regime of opportunity to the individual which they desire to
bring about.” (The Great Conspiracy Against Russia, Seghers and Kahn.) The
men of “the finest temper”, to whom Wilson referred, the Morgans and the
Rockefellers, did not really desire opportunity for the individual; what they desired
was the lifelong imposition of slavery under the World Order, and this is the goal
which they continue to strive to achieve, on a world wide basis.