The following is an excerpt of a chapter in a book I have been writing for a number of years and probably will not be complete for several more. Some of the information is well known and familiar to conspiracy theorists, however the last section is new and taken from interview with a Christian man whose story impressed me immensely.
[Beginning of chapter]
Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the U.S., in the field of commerce and manufacturing, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it. – President Woodrow Wilson
The power Wilson was talking about is the Committee of 300 and he dare not mention it by name. The Presidential campaign of 1912 was one of the worst political upsets in American history. The incumbent, William Howard Taft, was a popular president, and the Republicans had majority in both houses. The challenger, Woodrow Wilson (Dem.), Governor of New Jersey and former president of Princeton University, had no national recognition and little public support.
The election platform of both parties included a monetary reform bill. The Republicans were aligned with the Aldrich Plan, which had been denounced as a Wall Street plan, and the Democrats had the Federal Reserve Act. The secret was that both bills were almost identical except for the names.
In order to confuse the American people and obfuscate the real purpose of the Federal Reserve Act, the architects of the Aldrich Plan, Nelson Aldrich, although no longer a senator, and Frank Vanderlip, president of the National City Bank, set up a campaign against the bill. They denounced the proposed Federal Reserve Act as inimical to banking and to good government.
Theodore Roosevelt also decided to run again and ran as a third party candidate, the Bull Moose Party. As a Republican ex-president, Roosevelt would divide Taft voters, and Wilson won the election. Since the bankers were financing all three candidates, they would win regardless of the outcome of the election.
The result was that a Democratic Congress and a Democratic President were elected in 1912 to get the central bank legislation passed. The signing of the Federal Reserve Act by Woodrow Wilson30 represented the culmination of years of collusion with his friend, Col. House, and Paul Warburg.
One of the men with whom Col. House became acquainted in the Wilson Administration was Franklin D. Roosevelt, who was then Assistant Secretary of Navy. Col. House would become a close advisor to future President FDR.
Conspiracy and Treason at Jeckyll Island
“Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws…” – Mayer Anselm Rothschild
On the night of November 22, 1910, a delegation of the nation’s leading financiers leave a railway station at Hoboken, New Jersey on a secret mission and clandestine journey to Jeckyl Island, Georgia a privately held reserve owned by the Money Power.
The clandestine delegation had left in a sealed railway car, for an undisclosed destination. They were led by Senator Nelson Aldrich, head of the National Monetary Commission.
In 1908, after the tragic Panic of 1907 had resulted in a public outcry that the nation’s monetary system be stabilized. President Theodore Roosevelt had signed into law the bill creating the National Monetary Commission.
The panic was itself instigated by the by a cabal of international bankers who desired to take control of American currency, thereby taking control of the country and it’s government.
Accompanying Nelson Aldrich was his private secretary, Shelton; A. Piatt Andrew, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, and Special Assistant of the National Monetary Commission; Frank Vanderlip, president of the National City Bank of New York, Henry P. Davison, senior partner of J.P. Morgan Company, and generally regarded as Morgan’s personal emissary; and Charles D. Norton, president of the Morgan-dominated First National Bank of New York.
Also joining the group was Benjamin Strong, also known as a lieutenant of J.P. Morgan; and Paul Warburg, a recent immigrant from Germany who had joined the banking house of Kuhn, Loeb.
The Aldrich group journeyed there in private to write the banking and currency legislation which the National Monetary Commission had been ordered to prepare in public. At stake was the future control of the money and credit of the United States. If real monetary reform had been prepared and presented to Congress, it would have ended the power of the elitist one world money creators. The Jekyll Island conspiracy ensured the establishment of a central bank that was so abhorrent to the Framers. A central bank would give these bankers everything they had always wanted.
The “monetary reform” plan prepared at Jekyll Island was to be presented to Congress as the completed work of the National Monetary Commission’ not of a cabal of international bankers. It was imperative that the real authors of the bill remain a secret.
Public resentment against bankers since the Panic of 1907 was so great that no Congressman would dare to vote for a bill even remotely acquainted Wall Street, no matter who had contributed to his campaign expenses.
The Monster of Jekyll Island
Jekyll Island, over a thousand miles from Hoboken New Jersey, was chosen as the place to draft the plan for control of the money and credit of the people of the United States, because of its isolation, and because it was also the private preserve of the Jekyll Island Club representing one-sixth of the total wealth of the world. But I was not aware of it’s immence importance until I heard the story of Tom Bence.
Tom Bence was returning overseas from Germany, where he and some of the local pastors were dealing with Canaanite altars discovered in Germany. On his return to the United States, Tom stated that the Lord directed him to book a room at the posh Jekyll Island Club. Tom meet with the director of the Jekyll Island Museum and discovered some ancient history that sent chill up my spine. Jeckyll Island was originally inhabited by a people called the Timuka tribe. The museum director was eager to tell Tom the history of the islands native population. Tom was shown preserved skeletal remains of the tribal chiefs who according to the museum were 8 to 8.5 feet tall. He was also shown a painting of first contact with the Timukas by a French expedition. The director indicated the tribe held ritual blood sacrifices of human children, which appalled the French who left the area directly.
The painting showed a circular altar were the sacrifices occurred. Tom asked if the altar was still in existence, and the director told him it was but a house was built over it. After further inquiry, Tom was taken to the house and let into the parlour which was built over the altar. The director related that the house was built by the Rockefeller’s and this very room, built over this Canaanite altar, is the very spot were the diabolical Federal Reserve Act was designed and drawn up……