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Sunday, January 15, 2006

Masquerade in Moscow

The Bolshevik Revolution was not a spontaneous uprising of the masses. It was planned, financed and orchestrated by outsiders. Some of the financing came from Germany which hoped that internal problems would force Russia out of the war against her. But most of the money and leadership came from financiers in England and the United States. It was a perfect example of the Rothschild Formula in action.

Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, 1917

This group centered mainly around a secret society created by Cecil Rhodes, one of the world's wealthiest men at the time. The purpose of that group was nothing less than world domination and the establishment of a modern feudalist society controlled by the world's central banks. Headquartered in England, the Rhodes inner-most directorate was called the Round Table. In other countries, there were established subordinate structures called Round Table Groups. The Round Table Group in the United States became known as the Council on Foreign Relations. The CFR, which was initially dominated by the Morgan group and later by the Rockefellers, is the most powerful group in America today. It is even more powerful than the federal government, because almost all of the key positions in government are held by its members. In other words, it is the United States Government.

Cecil Rhodes (above) along with Lord
Milner organized the Round Table Group

Agents of these two groups cooperated in pre-revolutionary Russia and particularly after the Czar as overthrown. The American contingent in Russia disguised itself as a Red Cross mission allegedly doing humanitarian work. Cashing in on their close friendship with Trotsky and Lenin, they obtained profitable business concessions from the new government which returned their initial investment many times over.

For more information on this subject, please consult the excellent book The Creature from Jekyll Island, by G. Edward Griffin.


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