What touches all should be approved of all. -Edward 1st of England

         What Touches All Should Be Approved of All   -Edward 1st

  In early November 1911 the J. P. Morgan cabal met covertly at Jekyll Island, Georgia to plot the takeover of the US economy via their subtle system termed the Federal Reserve.  A US Assistant-Secretary of Treasury and a US Senator (head of US Senate Banking Committee) joined the highest-powered Wall Streeters at Jekyll Island, and they kept their mouths shut properly.  How nice.  (On 11-11-1911 Uranus at 26 degrees Cap., Neptune at 24 Can., Moon at 26 Can.)
  After Pres. Wilson was elected in Nov. 1912 the cabal had their pointman, Colonel House, very close to President Wilson.  (Uranus at 29.8 Cap., Neptune at 26 Can.)  By 12-23-13 the cabal had Wilson’s signature on the Federal Reserve Act.  (Neptune at 27.5 Can., Jupiter at 23 Cap.)
  The first move of Pres. FDR in spring 1933 was to stop the run on the banks in america, as people feared for the security of the finanical system and their money.  (At 4-4-1933 Uranus at 23 Aries, Pluto at 21 Cancer.)    (However Saint Germain by 7-1-1932 had commissioned the Ballards to do leadership in America–(Uranus at 23 Aries, Pluto at 21 Can, Mercury at 28.5 Cancer.)  As it were, Guy Warren Ballard was tied to the mainmast amidst the siren-songs of cabal-led American finance/politics.
  The question however has long been this:  what is this force of cabal in finance/politics that generates monopoly-manipulative central banking?  What is its game-plan objective?  Control of the world by certain elites answers the second question.
  Now we try to answer the first question.  Look at how the Tai-Pan (Dr. Jardine of British East India Company, foremost opium trader in China by 1830s) broke into China in person, leading other opium traders in the project, set up his and their headquarters at Hong Kong, and then proceeded to London to convince the British Foreign Secretary to back his cabal and to reduce China via opium-smuggling to some kind of crippled state at the mercy of Britain and whever Britain could make of the situation.  How nice.  It was always the Chinese government’s fault if certain well-organized Westerners in their trade/smuggling were inconvenienced with anything.
  The wife of the British Army Intelligence Chief at Hong Kong–in her 1963 book on Chinese history*–denied in print that the British East India Company ran the opium trade.  Oh, was it/is it such a secret?  Queen/Empress Victoria apparently commented, privately–much nicer that way–that the opium trade should not be stopped:  “too much money in it.”
  As M. Chiang in his Tides from the West, (New Haven, 1947) wrote:  “From studying cannonballs we (Chinese) came to mechanical inventions which in turn led us to political reforms; from political reforms we began to see political theories which led us again to the philosophies of the West.  On the other hand, through mechanical invention we saw science from which we came to understand scientific method and the scientific mind.”  (Quoted in C. Cipolla:  Guns, Sails and Empires, Minerva Press, 1965, p. 148)
  What scientific training often can do for its faithful and perceptive devotees is to break the back of the fear-grip.  Certainly Pres. FDR wasn’t going to break the fear-grip by merely stating publicly that “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”  However, Saint Germain before contacting Guy Ballard on Mt. Shasta in August 1930 waited to see whether at Panther Meadow (via an attacking mountain lion) Mr. Ballard could conquer fear in himself, a requirement in this case according to Saint Germain, before Mr. Ballard could physically and directly contact the Master.  (Uranus at 15.2 degrees Aries, Pluto at 19.8 Cancer.)
  Coming into the steady light of science and its central principle of cause-effect is a major step toward breaking the fear-grip.  Why cabals are hush-hush is then rather plain:  why give peasants a chance?
  “But the prejudice against small farmers is unshakeable. It gives rise to the oddest insult in the English language:  when you call someone a peasant, you are accusing them of being self-reliant and productive. Peasants are detested by (monopoly) capitalists and communists alike.  Both have sought to seize their land, and have a powerful vested interest in demeaning and demonising them.”   -George Monibot, Guardian, 6-10-2008, see http://nutiva.com/articles/small-is-bountiful-peasant-farmers-offer-the-best-chance-of-feeding-the-world/
*Emily Kahn (married name:  Boxer):  China Only Yesterday, 1850-1950, Doubleday & Co., Garden City, 1963, p. 12, stating:  “In return they (Western sea-traders) sold woolen cloth and metal, pepper and other spices from the isles of the Indies, and light cotton cloth and opium–though the east India Company never dealt in this commodity–from India”.
  For more on the opium trade in China in the first part of the 19th century:
  “Jardine was a resident in China from 1820 to 1839. His early success in Canton as a commercial agent for opium merchants in India led to his admission in 1825 as a partner of Magniac & Co., and by 1826 he was controlling that firm’s Canton operations. James Matheson joined him shortly after, and Magniac & Co. was reconstituted as Jardine, Matheson & Co in 1832. After Imperial Commissioner Lin Zexu confiscated 20,000 cases of British-owned opium in 1839, Jardine arrived in London in September, and pressed Foreign SecretaryLord Palmerston for a forceful response.[1]”   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Jardine_(merchant)
http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/sassoon.htm  (D. Sassoon became #1 opium trader in 1870s.) 
Bengal then became the center of the East India Company’s opium monopoly.

The East India Company’s domination of the Indian economy was based on its private army. However, giving the lie to the radical “privatizers,” the ultimate muscle behind the company was the British military, as Lord Palmerston demonstrated by deploying it in the Opium Wars, to back up the British demand for “free trade.”  http://east_west_dialogue.tripod.com/id9.html



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