Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Wiseman, Warburg, Cecil and World War

Sir William Wiseman, the Jewish head of British intelligence in the USA, who, during World war I, was reportedly friendly with Max Warburg, the Jewish head of German intelligence.

What were the reasons for World War One?

Some people blame Imperialism.

For example, the Austrian Empire and the Russian Empire clashed over Serbia; the British Empire, the German Empire and Turkish Empire had clashing interests in Iraq.

Some people blame Militaristic Nationalism. There were plenty of Germans and Englishmen who looked forward to a fight.

What role was played by Zionist bankers?

AGAINST ZIONISM has a post entitled LUCIFER MURDERS AN ANGEL which argues that in 1914 a cabal of Jewish bankers wanted a war in order to:

Destroy certain empires.

2. Build a large private banking empire.

Have Zionist Jews occupying key positions in international banks in Europe and North America.

Have the bankers use the weapon of debt to control people and nations.

3. Obtain the promise of a Jewish homeland - the Balfour Declaration.

4. Make lots of money.

Edith Cavell

Among the points made:

1. In 1914, Edith Cavell, an English nurse, was running a teaching hospital in Brussels in Belgium.

2. On 20 August 1914, German troops entered Brussels and turned Edith's hospital into a Red Cross Hospital for German soldiers. Edith began caring for German soldiers.

3. Secretly, Edith was also caring for British, French and Dutch soldiers who entered the same hospital disguised as Belgian labourers.

4. Edith took charge of the Belgian Relief Commission which aimed to get food and medical supplies to war-ravaged Belgium.

Allied charities sent huge amounts of food and medicine to Belgium.

But one day Edith discovered that certain people in Britain were making sure all these supplies ended up in the German Empire.

She discovered that Jewish-owned banks in England were sending money to the Germans to help them buy these supplies.

This was causing famine in Belgium.

5. Edith wrote a letter of protest to a British magazine The Nursing Mirror, which published the letter on 15 April 1915.

6. Edith’s letter was shown to Sir William Wiseman, a Jew who was high up in British Intelligence.

Reportedly, Wiseman contacted Max Warburg, the Jew in charge of German Intelligence, and told Warburg to execute Edith as a British spy.

Max Warburg

Wiseman also contacted Max’s brother Paul, the Jewish head of the U.S. Federal Reserve.

Thousands of Germans wrote letters to their government demanding that Edith be released.

Americans wrote to the British Red Cross; but the head of the British Red Cross was Robert Cecil, reportedly a Jew.

Edith was shot.

Robert Cecil, who had Jewish origins, became a minister in Britain's government.

7. The British Naval Attaché in Scandinavia, Rear Admiral M.P. Consett, kept track of the movement of war supplies from the Jewish bankers to the Germans.

Consett, in his book Triumph of the Unarmed Forces (published 1923), writes that if the bankers had not continually supplied Germany with money and materials, then World War I would have ended in less than a year.

German U-boats were made from Swedish iron ore; Swedish vessels bringing iron ore to Germany needed coal, and coal was controlled by Britain.

Reportedly, the Jewish bankers sent coal to Swedish ship owners.

Rear Admiral Consett protested.

An earlier Robert Cecil was the brains behind the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, a notorious act of fake terrorism.

Robert Cecil, the British Minister of 'Blockade', was reportedly a friend of the Jewish bankers.

Reportedly, Robert Cecil told Admiral Consett to keep quiet.

Germany also needed glycerin (animal fat) to manufacture explosives. England controlled the world glycerin trade.

The Jewish bankers sold glycerin to neutral countries, which sold it to Germany.


8. Reportedly, William Wiseman, the Jewish head of British Intelligence in the United States, made sure there were no British warships available to protect ocean liners at key locations.

The Lusitania was sunk by German torpedoes. The USA entered the war.



kenny said...

Thanks for this glimpse of history that is not so different than what is happening today.

Greg Bacon said...

Let's not leave out a couple of key players on the British and American side that helped get America into WWI.

Churchill was First Lord of the Admiralty and Franklin Roosevelt was a assistant secretary in the US Navy.

Both were positioned to place the Lusitania into harm's way by making sure that arms were loaded onto the passenger ship and that the Germans knew that.

The sinking of the Lusitania was the deciding factor in getting the US into WWI.

Both of these war mongers would go on to play an even bigger part in launching WWII and keeping that conflict ongoing.

During the war he continued as First Lord of the Admiralty until the disastrous Battle of Gallipoli caused his departure from government. He returned as Minister of Munitions, Secretary of State for War and Secretary of State for Air.


Franklin D. Roosevelt was appointed Assistant Secretary of the Navy by Woodrow Wilson in 1913. He served under Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels.


Anon said...

Many thanks for the comments.

Kindest regards


gyg3s said...

This brief note about Woodrow Wilson may be of interest to you and your readers.

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