Joyanna Adams

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How To Fund a Revolution: Just Ask the U.S.

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“There are some things the public does not need to know about us and shouldn’t. “
                                       …Katherine Graham, former owner of the Washington Post.

With all this talk about the horrors of ‘Russia’ influencing our election, I thought I’d put in the blog today, some important historical facts from the book I just got finished reading— The True Story of the Bilderbergs by Daniel Estulin,—a book I suggest everyone get a copy for their libraries.

The United States helped fund the Russian Revolution. Surprised?

Be surprised…or not. Believe it, or not. But you can be sure Hillary knows this Russian history, and was going to continue the ‘global’ efforts for her real bosses.

I was fascinated by this, and you might be too. Go ahead and read the various random facts I’ve copied from Mr. Estulin’s book, on how some very rich American bankers funded the Bolshevik Revolution,

,,,and why.


By supporting the Bolshevik Revolution, American financiers slowed down Russian industrial growth to a snail’s pace in the lead up to World War II.

From the outset, a key player in the financial support of Russian Revolution was Scottish born Andrew Carnegie, an American steel magnate, who in 1892 owned the largest steel company in the world.

The Romanovs had been westernizing Russia since the reign of Peter the Great, and Nicholas II intended to modernize Russian industry to equal the standard of European technology. Unfortunately, he was taking advantage of his labor force to do it. Many were working 12 hour shifts for minimal wages, and this set the stage of the organized workers protest in St. Petersburg on “Bloody Sunday” in 1905. The tsar’s troops, however, squashed this first attempt at a revolt. The overthrow came in 1918 and the eventual execution of Nicholas II and his family.

So, it is interesting to learn in Gyeorgos C. Hatonn’s book, Rape of the Constituent: Death of Freedom, that John D. Rockefeller’s personal emissary, George Kennan, spent twenty years promoting revolutionary activity against the Tsar in Russia. His presence and influence made it easy for America capitalists to exploit the “captive” Russian market under the guise of well-meaning aid to downtrodden rebels.

Why were Rockefeller and his band of bankers so anxious to overthrow the Russian monarchy? Was there another reason to advance the Russian Revolution?

In one word: Yes. The answer is a meaningful today as it was one hundred years ago. Oil! Before the Bolshevik revolt, Russia had surpassed the United States as the world’s number one oil producer. In 1900, the oil saturated Baku fields in Russia were producing more crude oil than the United States, and in 1902, produced more than half of the total world output.

In The Rockefeller File, Gary Allen also notes that the revolution crushed American competition. “The revolution effectively eliminated Standard Oil’s competition from Russia for several years until Standard could move in and get a piece of the Russian oil business.”

But, for the Wall Street bankers to wipe out their competition and condemn the Russian people to poverty and corruption for decades, they had to have leaders who could deliver a successful revolution. Enter Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky. There is a Marburg Plan to coordinate international government under the “ultimate power” of financial controllers.

Russia was then, and is today, the largest untapped maker in the world. Thus, the creators of the Marburg plan needed to develop a monopoly that encircled the globe.

And so, the very rich in our country, made SURE that the right men to lead this revolution were kept in good faith until they were needed in Russia.

Trostsky lived pretty good in New York, and that was at odds with his reported income. The only funds that Trotsky admits to receiving in 1916 and 1917 are $310, and, said Trotsky, “I distributed the $310 among five emigrants who were returning to Russia.” Yet Trostsky had paid for a first-class cell in Spain, the Trosksky family had travelled across Europe to the US, they had acquired an excellent apartment in New York…paying rent three months in advance, and they had use of a chauffeured limousine. All this on an impoverished revolutionary fee for a few articles for the low circulation Russian language newspaper Nashe Slovo in Paris and Novy Mir in New York.

When Trotsky returned to Russia from New York…Where did Trotsky get his passport? How was it arranged and why? It appears that John D. Rockefeller himself obtained a special passport for Trotsky through Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States.

He was arrested in Canada, and Prime Minister Lloyd George cabled orders from London to the Canadian Secret Service to set Trotsky free. Finally, Mackenzie King, at this state of his career he was a lobar expert for John D. Rockefeller, Jr. intervened and obtained Trotsky release. As soon as he was freed, King sent Trotsky on his way to Russia to share leadership of the Bolshevik Revolution with Lenin.

And Lenin?

To whom should Lenin turn but his powerful friend in the White House? Wilson promptly sent Elihu Root, Kuhn Loeb Lawyer, and former Secretary of State to Russia, with $20 million from his Special War Fund, to be given to the Bolsheviks. This was revealed in Congressional Hearings on Russian Bonds, HJ 8714.U5, which shows the financial statement of Woodrow Wilson’s expenditure of the $100 million voted him by Congress as a Special War Fund.

For his efforts, King was rewarded with a $30,000 a year salary as head of the Rockefeller Foundation department of Industrial Research at the time when the average wage in the US was $500 per year. On the other hand, the agents who had arrested Trotsky were dismissed from the Canadian service.

Once Lenin and Trotsky were back in Russia, and the revolution succeeded in overthrowing the monarchy in 1918, a world headquarters for providing Bolshevik aid was consolidated at 120 Broadway on Wall Street:

During the early 1920s, 120 Broadway only housed Equitable Life, but also the federal Reserve Bank of New York, whose directors were enthusiastically supporting the Bolsheviks: the American International Corporation, which had been organized to aid the Soviet Union: Weinberg and Posner, which received a $3 million order for machinery from the Soviet Union in 1919, and whose vice president was Ludwig Martens, First Soviet Ambassador to the United States, John McGregor Grant, whose operation were financed by Olaf Aschberg of Nya Banker in Stockholm, who had transmitted large sums furnished by the Warburg’s for the Bolshevik Revolution: the London agent of Nya Banken was the British Bank of North Commerce, whose chairman was Earl Grey, a close associate off Cecil Rhodes…Grant had been blacklisted by the United States Government for his support of Germany during World War I: and on the top floor of 120 Broadway was the exclusive Bankers Club. There were the organizers of the World Order.

From the 1920s, Morgan-Rockefeller interests played a leading role in numerous pro-Soviet commercial arrangements. They controlled the principal firms doing business with Soviet Russia: Vacuum Oil, International Harvester, Guaranty Trust and New York Life. In 1926 the Vacuum Oil Company, owned by Rockefeller, closed an agreement with the Soviet Naptha Syndicate to market Soviet oil in European countries through the Chase National Bank (Also Rockefeller owned.)

At the time, it was reported that John D. Rockefeller agreed on a $75,000,000 loan to the Bolsheviks as “part of the price for the arrangement.” As a result of the deal, Rockefeller’s Standard Oil built an oil refinery in Russia in 1927, after they were promise 50% of the Caucasus oil production.

In 1935, Stalin quietly repaid Rockefeller when he seized a sizable chunk of assets owned by foreign companies investing in Russia but did not touch Standard Oil properties.

Unfortunately, funneling US taxpayers’ money to the Soviet Union was not a profitable enough operation for the Wall Street gang of profiteers. They finally engaged in treason for profit when they secretly began transferring the most sophisticated and expensive American technology to the Soviets in 1943. Then the Soviet Purchasing Commission requested from the U.S. Government 200 pounds of uranium oxide, 220 pounds of uranium nitrate, and 25 pounds of uranium metal, commodities virtually unknown at that time, for their war efforts. On April 29, 1043, the Board of Economic Warfare granted a special license to Chematar Corp. of New York to fill this order.

Is this why, according to hundreds of U.S. State Department documents, the Soviet industrial and military capabilities such as tucking, aircraft, and oil? Steel, petrochemicals, aluminum, and computers were constructed at the United States taxpayers expense in the Soviet Union.

As Sutton pointed out in 1972, “There was no such thing as Soviet technology.

Of the technology that did exist, almost 90 to 95% came directly or indirectly from the United States and its Allies.

The Soviets have the largest iron and steel planet in the world, it was built by McKee Corporation. It is a copy of the US steel plane in Indiana.

How many billions did the United States spend on defense against a phantom enemy it created, nurtured, supported and built up? Does the cost justify the means?

And so, the next time you here Hillary say, “The Russian are coming! The Russians are coming!”

Don’t forget, she, and the deep state that has kept her in power all these years, have made a lot of money off of Russia.

And it’s been going on forever.

That’s how entrenched the deep state are.

That’s what President Trump is dealing with.

And That is one of the things, as Katherine Graham said so long ago…that we the public, do NOT need to know.

But now, we both do, thanks to Mr. Estulin.

March 8, 2018 - Posted by | History | , , , , ,

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