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The right to destroy her commerce was our most powerful weapon against her, and as our peace policy was determined by our war policy, we preserved this relic of barbarism.
Britain seized Cyprus in order to create a base to halt any further designs by Russia on the Porte. Within the City are located also the Stock Exchange and many institutions of world-wide scope.
Many people realize that this mystifying situation, in which an alleged democratic and self- governing nation is actually controlled against the will of the people in its foreign affairs, is a clear indication that there must be a very powerful and well-financed secret organization which plans and directs American foreign affairs, and for lack of a more specific identification this suspected secret organization is popularly referred to as the International Financiers.
Contrast this with the massive million copy circulations of the highly acclaimed and widely publicized products of the proponents of Internationalism; with the complete domination of the radio by Internationalist propagandists; with billion dollar funds out of the public treasury devoted to educating and informing the people; with the newspapers filled with matter supplied by foreign “information” services; with opposition controlled so as to be based on such superficial and spurious reasons as to merely help hide and detract attention from the real reasons.
Its loss would result in a financial crisis which would shake the whole fabric of England’s commercial prosperity, and oof a blow at her political prestige from which she could hardly recover.
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And where riots took place in support of a prisoner undergoing trial, and Dissenting meeting-houses were pulled down, and other acts of violence committed, it was held to be treason.
Ghoulish atrocities committed under that command of the Koran: When John Hay, in a characteristic assumption of sanctimonious hypocricy, remonstrated with the Russian Minister at Washington in May, 1stating that the inevitable result of the policy of aggression being pursued by Russia would be the dismemberment of China, Count Cassini shouted: From “Background of War” published by Editors of Fortune: Spykman describes the British policies in foreign affairs, which he alleges have earned her the designation of “Perfidious Albion,” in his treatment of “Britain and the Balance of Power” pages to It is to mix up in alien quarrels, which we have deprecated always and with special em- phasis of late, at precisely the time when by all indications they are about to fulminate in the most colossal and destructive war of modern times.
Aiden marked it as to-read Aug 25, The traditional British explanation of their war aims, originated in her war with France for hegemony of the seas of the world, that it was not their intent to fight the French people — only to rid Europe of [] the Scourge of Napoleon, bring peace to Europe and preserve the rights of nations; since repeated in war after war with a slight transposition of names, was not used in this instance.
It was converted by Sir Edward Grey into a weapon of offence against Germany, the country upon which Once these other nations have exhausted their surplus gold and credits this process must end, and the account must be added up and balanced. With the American withdrawal, history was repeating itself, onuth Britain was in the same situation that she had been in after France was demolished in the Franco- Prussian war ofWhere she had then come under the wing of the Concert of Europe for a number of years until France could recover and [] Japan and America could be groomed as running mates, she now used the League of Nations for a number of years, until the newly formed buffer states reached a state of greater maturity under governments favored and supported by International Finance.
British interests based their opposition on the cuty that this railway would destroy the trade that English [] capital and English merchants had painfully built up along the Suez Route.
That the leopard did not change his spots in the case of Britain would appear from the fact that Sir Edward Grey used these tactics of the Lord Derby almost exactly in evading the urgent representations of Germany in her effort to escape World War I inas recorded by J. Nevertheless, this text is good addition towards forming a better understanding of the structure of the society in which we find ourselves today.
The Empire of the City: The Secret History of British Financial Power
Among the hundreds of new works on this subject perhaps the most outstanding is “America’s Strategy in World Politics,” by Nicholas J. Turner refers to the activities of another great Pilgrim at the conclusion of World War I on page In other [] words, in British phrase, form a ring and let ’em fight it out with the usual result of indiscriminate slaughter and pillage Wilson was stunned to find we had been fighting for the success of secret agreements of knutj the United States had no knowledge, some of them actually thee to check further political and commercial expansion of this country; such as that awarding the vast island chains in the Pacific to the Japs so as to cut us of from Mnuth, China and the Philippines.
The British invited Admiral Clarence S.
In his Journals published in limited edition and entitled “The Captains and the Kings Depart” he recorded on August 3,as follows: On January 19,King William I of Prussia, was formally proclaimed Emperor of the new German Empire, a union ghe four kingdoms and knutth other principalities of central Europe.
The purpose, of course, was to increase prosperity [] for all peoples, great and small, and to protect the foundations tge international peace through international cooperation. The imminent Chinese revolt against the British yoke was represented to the people of the world as an indication of the extreme inner weakness of the Chinese dynasty and as an indication that China was on the point of falling apart in national disintegration, and that it was at the stage where the only solution was a division between the Great Powers.
In 75 if, from to ; in the entire span of life of our oldes living generation, there have been only two true Liberals to attain leadership of the British Government, William E.
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The first was the attack and seizeur of the Orange Free State and the Transvaal Republic in the Boer War ofin the face of rather feeble and futile German protest; in which a mobilized British force ofempirw defeated 60, to 65, Boer soldiers.
After reducing the vast mass of data forming the basis of this work into a logical and readable sequence, it was finally put into print and privately published after long delay, and copyright was granted May 22, The years of found Britain and empjre balance of power in an exceedingly precarious position.
I did not think this was as ignoble an effort as it seemed to Page. They then asked Lord Derby if he had any proposition of his own to make, and he replied none. Sir John Simon ciity said in half an hour emire he had been trying to tell the Assembly for weeks. Is this present situation necessarily a preparation for another world struggle and what, if any, are the solutions to these problems?
Some of the reasons are developed in the following chapters in documented detail. Kieran Gangaram marked it as to-read Nov 05, It is well referenced and researched, containing excerpts from the writings of politicians, and legal and historical texts; this makes the dismissal of its revelations as mere speculation difficult. The Internationalist pretention that laws substituted by them largely through the device of the ‘Order-in-Council’ constitutes International Law rests on pure deceit. Surprised and frightened Britain now turned to the Concert of Europe, which she had heretofore flouted, for assistance.
Knuth A Review by David Edwards Originally published privately inthe tye edition of this work was disseminated amongst or so members of the U. This auspicious moment was seized by Prussia, largest of the many small German speaking knufh of central Europe, to abandon her role in d local politics of Europe and to enter on the stage of world power politics.
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Adams is fully supported by the authoritative “Laws of England” of the Lord of Halsbury, massive work of many huge volumes, and by the specific statements and writings of David Starr Jordan, late president of Stanford University, Gladstone, David Lloyd George, J. Beard, stated in their “Basic History” page that “the gleaming mirage that pictured the World War as purely or even mainly a war for democracy and civilization dissolved beyond recognition The old feeling that the Turk was the common enemy Of Christendom, that every victory over the Crescent, no matter by what power it was gained, was a subject for general triumph, completely disappeared.
Publishers approached have been reluctant to undertake it, and several stated that there would be little demand for a serious work of this kind, as the American public is not interested in that kind of reading matter. Current organisations such as the International Te Fund and the Bank For International Settlements maintain this domination of monetary policy even today, whilst it has been largely speculated that the emerging financial alliance between the BRICS countries could pose an existential threat to this plutocratic control of global capital, the fact that these countries still have to trade within the existing financial system suggests that hope in this opposition empir a false, and even managed, dialectic.
One large Eastern publisher frankly wrote he was obliged to disregard the recom- mendations of his readers on advice of counsel.
The King politely declined the French demand and France ciity war the next day. All these technical improvements, all the international mergers, the co-operation between governments and the industry bear an uncomfortable resemblance to the situation during the epoch preceding Nor is it the business of a British Government to refuse to make agreements with any foreign Government for the management of matters in which they are jointly concerned.