Table of Contents
The Non-Semitic Khazars 1
British Zionism, the Genesis of the Movement 6
Organizing Circumstances Behind the Scenes 17
The Early Zionists 22
Turkey, an Economic Vassal State 26
Seeking Government Sponsorship 29
Target Palestine, a Jewish Homeland 31
Manipulating Jewish Colonization, a History 35
Social Engineering—Militarization, Socialization, and
The Corporatization of Christianity, Worshipping another God 60
Monopolizing Minds, the Government’s Education System 69
Indoctrinating the Teachers, Shaping Children’s Minds 72
Immigration, Facilitating Political Objectives 78
Indiscriminant Immigration, Creating Crime and Chaos 86
Multiculturalism, United States Immigration Policy 95
Nationalism, a Nation’s “Right to Exist” 102
From Emancipation to Eugenics 106
Communist Base in America 112
Imperialism and Warfare 121
The Sugar Trust 121
Political Puppets for Corporate Interests 131
Annexing Hawaii for Its Own Good 136
Early Expansionism in the Caribbean 147
Cuba, Imperialism in the Neighborhood 154
Santo Domingo, a Third-World County 167
The Panama Canal, Essential for National Defense? 170
Liberating the Philippines, 1898 178
The Filipinos Fight Back 188
US Pacification and Concentration in the Philippines 200
The Philippines, the Evolution of a Third World Country 211
Capitalism and Corporatism 224
The Secretive Pilgrims Society 224
Imperialism Abroad, Debt Enslavement at Home 232
Monopolies and Trusts—the Standard Oil Trust 242
The American Medical Monopoly 248
Institutionalizing Cancer for Continuous Profit 254
Managing Competition and Other Petty Annoyances 261
The Banking Trust and Congress 272
The Aldrich Plan, Corporate Currency 277
The Federal Reserve, the Money Trust 284
Localized Warfare and Asset Exploitation 295
High on Drug Profits 295
Iranian Oil Exploitation, a Precursor
to Further Warfare 303
Standard’s Procedures 311
African Resources and the Boer Wars 320
Dam Hoover 325
Japan, the Banker’s Mercenary in Asia 337
Dividing the Spoils, Japan’s War against Czarist Russia 351
Preparing for Revolution, World War One 361
Germany, Historical Perspectives 361
Berlin to Baghdad, the Railway Concession 372
German Ingenuity, a Threat to British Hegemony 379
Marxism, Terrorism and Assassinations 385
1905 Revolution, Funded by International Bankers 398
Woodrow Wilson, a Zionist Puppet 414
Assassination in Sarajevo 428
The Lusitania Incident, Live Bait 437
The Revolution, World War One 451
Media and Wartime Propaganda, Fomenting Hatred 451
Belgian Relief, a Platform for War,
Profi ts and Position 460
Ethnic Dissension and Polarization 474
The Revolutionary Young Turks 485
Enver Leads Turkey into the War 501
Sykes-Picot Agreement 504
Britain’s Middle East Objectives 509
Alexander Parvus and his German Accomplices 515
The Armenian Genocide, Relocation and Extermination 523
The New Republic of Turkey 536
The Military Tribunals, the Terrible Turks 539
Confronting Denial 551
Making Money the Old Fashioned Way, War Profiteering 557
The Bankers of World War I 568
Communism, a Banker’s Perfect Political System 574
The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917 583
Marxist Subversion throughout Europe 596
Marxist Infi ltration in Germany 602
Balfour: Germany is Expendable 618
Groundwork for the Holocaust Hoax 629
Preparing for another Revolution, World War Two 636
Concealing the History of World War I 636
The Brest-Litovsk Treaty 644
The Balfour Deportation Declaration 650
The Parliament of Man, the League of Nations 656
The Paris Peace Conference, the Delegate’s Demands 665
The Versailles Treaty, Economic Warfare against Germany 670
German Reparations and Recovery 682
Zionism and the American War Congress 692
The King and Crane Commission 696
Opposition to Jewish Settlement 702
The Tanaka Memorial, a Plan for Aggression 708
Communist Infi ltration in China 712
The Crash of 1929 and Continuing
Economic Warfare 723
Chapter One, Section 1
The Non-Semitic Khazars
Many Eastern European Jews are not Semitic and have no genetic connection to Palestine or to Abraham. Numerous revisionist studies (a revised opinion because of further investigation) provide adequate evidence in The Thirteenth Tribe by Arthur Koestler, The Ashkenazic Jews: A Slavo-Turkic People in Search of a Jewish Identity by Paul Wexler, The Jews of Khazaria by Kevin A. Brook, and more recently, The Invention of the Jewish People by Shlomo Sand. Brook presents a logical online essay regarding the origination of the Eastern European Jews, including scholarly opinions from historians, in favor of the Khazar theory. It is not about anti-Semitism, an accusatory political weapon utilized to silence unwanted queries and opposition to detrimental Zionist policies. Truth can withstand the most intense scrutiny and does not fear investigation but rather invites exploration. Governments and others habitually employ suppression, under the guise of anti-Semitism accusations, to silence truth and conceal mass criminality.
People use the term anti-Semite to silence dissent against US government policies as they relate to Israel. Accordingly, criticism of Israeli policies against the Palestinians becomes an attack on all Jews. Shulamit Aloni, minister of Education (1992-1993) and peace activist, says that calling people dissidents is a defamation tactic used to silence all criticism. If Europeans criticize Israeli policies, people remind them of the Holocaust. If people oppose Israeli policies toward the Palestinians, then people accuse them of anti-Semitism. According to Aloni, Jews habitually remind others of their suffering to justify what they are doing to the Palestinians.
The Khazars, classified by anthropologists as Turco-Finns, are not descendants of Judah, one of the twelve sons of Israel, but were warlike, violent people who originated in Asia, from where other nations drove them out. In the first century, using the route between the north end of the Caspian Sea and the south end of the Ural Mountains, they invaded several agricultural nations in Eastern Europe and occupied about one million square miles until about the seventh century. They worshipped the phallic symbol and engaged in sexual excess, until King Bulan, because of their moral degeneracy, abolished their idolatry and compelled them to adopt one of the three monotheistic religions, Islam, Christianity, or Talmudism (Judaism). They chose the latter as their new state religion. The king then imported rabbis from Babylon, who opened synagogues and instructed four thousand feudal nobles.
The converted Khazars remained in Khazaria, and their descendants embraced Judaism, a theocratic religion where leaders functioned as civil administrators. The Talmud, with civil and religious tenets, functioned as a behavior manual in every aspect of their lives. The 1954 Jewish Encyclopedia, Volume IV, states, "Chazars: A people of Turkish origin whose life and history are interwoven with the very beginnings of the history of the Jews of Russia ... driven on by the nomadic tribes of the steppes and by their own desire for plunder and revenge ... In the second half of the sixth century, the Chazars moved westward ... The kingdom of the Chazars was firmly established in most of south Russia long before the foundations of the Russian monarchy (855) ... At this time the kingdom of the Chazars stood at the height of its power and was constantly at war ... At the end of the eighth century ... the king of the Chazars and his grandees, together with a large number of his heathen people, embraced the Jewish religion."
By 1016, the Slavs vanquished the Khazars and seized a major portion of their land, which became Poland, Lithuania, the Grand Duchy of Moscow, and other Slavic states. Most of the Khazars remained while others relocated to Kiev and other areas of Russia. The Khazars went northwest into Lithuanian, Polish territory, Russia, and Ukraine and became broadly dispersed in Western Russia. The people in Kiev did not want additional Jews in their territory, while the rulers of the Grand Duchy of Moscow pursued and maintained policies to restrict and exclude them from certain areas and prohibited Jewish merchants from traveling within Russia.
They constructed thousands of synagogues, and the rabbis and their successors maintained absolute domination of the political, social, and religious thinking of their people. The multivolume Babylonian Talmud was the main reason the Khazars resisted Russian attempts to end separatism, a factor that still dictates their separatism elsewhere. The Babylonian Talmud, different from the Jerusalem or Palestine Talmud contains centuries of fundamental religious and cultural dogma. While many Jews in Mesopotamia assimilated, the Khazars refused to surrender their identity through Russianization or by becoming Christian. The rabbis instituted the ghettoization of the people, not the Russians or other host countries.
The majority of the ethnic Jews in modern-day Iraq, parts of Syria, Turkey, and southwestern Iran, long ago embraced Islam, making many of today's Muslims and Christian Arabs ethnic Jews. The Khazars adamantly rejected assimilation in order to retain their unique identity. The rabbis realized that they would lose their power over their people if they accepted other authorities. They dictated fundamental traditions, daily practices, rules, and beliefs about God, man, and the universe, what to wear, what to eat or not eat, how to conduct business, who one may marry, and how to observe the holidays and Sabbaths. They refer to these practices as halakhah. The Khazars lived under the Babylonian Talmudic law as a population living in Russia—a state within a state. After the fall of Kiev in 1240, Moscow became the capital. The Khazars, through time, hated the Russians, whose country they lived in, and became known as Russian Jews.
In 1613, Russian nobles, to establish a durable government, elected Mikhail Romanov as their czar. The Romanovs ruled through the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and retained their attitude toward the Khazars. Peter the Great (1682-1725) referred to them as "rogues and cheats." The Romanov dynasty (1613-1917), included Catherine the Great's grandson, Alexander I (1801-1825), his brother, Nicholas I (1825-1855), his son Alexander II (1855-1881), his son Alexander III (1881-1894), and his son, Nicholas II (1894-1917) who the Bolsheviks, predominantly Jewish, would murder, along with his family, on July 17, 1918, after they seized power in Russia.
Many Khazars of Russia moved into Germany, the home of a Jewish philosopher, Moses Mendelssohn (1729-1786), who appealed to many non-Jews as well as Jews. He believed that the "Jews had erected about themselves a mental ghetto to balance the physical ghetto around them." His goal was to guide the Jews "out of this mental ghetto into the wide world of general culture—without, however, doing harm to their culture." People refer to this movement asHaskalah, or enlightenment. He encouraged the Jews in Germany to learn the language instead of using an altered form of the vernacular. He translated the Torah, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, into German.
In Russia, Isaac B. Levinsohn, an advocate of Mendelssohn's views, along with Abraham Harkavy, researched Jewish history and their settlement in Russia and discovered that they were not from Germany, as previously believed, but from the banks of the Volga. During the nineteenth century, czars vacillated on their attitudes regarding the Jewish "state within a state." Nicholas I was less lenient than Alexander I toward the Jews, but showed interest in Levinshohn's Haskalah movement, because he saw it as a way of eradicating Jewish separatism. However, Jews in Germany, including Moses Hess, opposed the movement, as many did in Russia, and evolved into radical nationalists. Nicholas I appointed Dr. Max Lilienthal to educate the Jews, with the opening of hundreds of schools to help eradicate their fanaticism and superstitions. Their leaders opposed it, because it would diminish the Talmud's authority and correct morals, and the rabbis would lose their control. The Jews, who viewed Lilienthal as a "traitor and informer," opposed the government intrusion into their spiritual lives. In 1845, he had second thoughts about the project, thus ending the Haskalah movement and Russia's efforts to defeat the Khazars' separatism.
There have always been Jews in Jerusalem, Safed, Nablus, and Hebron. Individual immigration to the area has never ceased. Thousands of Jews had settled peacefully and assimilated in Palestine before others ever viewed the area as an exclusive, designated Jewish homeland. Professor Heinrich Graetz, a Jewish historian, writes in his History of the Jews that, when Jews in other countries heard a rumor about the Jews in Khazaria, they believed them to be the "lost ten tribes," possibly the foundation for the belief that Palestine was the homeland of these converted Khazars. In 1948, Benjamin H. Freedman addressed a large audience at the Pentagon, including high ranking army and military intelligence officers regarding the developing situation in the Middle East. He explained the origin of the Khazars so they would have a comprehensive understanding and be able to evaluate the events that had occurred since 1917, starting with the Bolsheviks in Russia and ultimately culminating in Palestine.
British Zionism, the Genesis of the Movement
For centuries, the Christian world opposed any kind of Jewish settlement in the Holy Land, as it would certainly place the control of the traditional Christian holy sites under Jewish jurisdiction. With the establishment of the enlightenment philosophy, Napoleon Bonaparte, a freemason (initiated into the Army Philadelphe Lodge in 1798), while camped near Acre, announced in a written proclamation to the Jews, dated April 20, 1799, that he was going to restore Palestine to them. He ascended the throne as Emperor of France (1804-1815).
On October 6, 1806, the Assembly of Notables, a group of people who consulted with the French Emperor on state matters, issued a proclamation to Europe's Jewish communities, inviting them to send delegates to the Sanhedrin, scheduled for October 20 in Paris. However, the meeting did not take place until February 9, 1807, when a hundred rabbis and twenty-five laypeople from various parts of Europe met to authorize, on behalf of world Jewry, any compact made with Napoleon or presumably other government leaders who would support them. Joseph David Sinzheim, the chief rabbi of Strasbourg and a prominent member of the Assembly of Notables, presided at the meeting. Once assembled, like the ancient Sanhedrin, it became "a legal assembly vested with power of passing ordinances in order to promote the welfare of Israel." Despite the diaspora, the Sanhedrin exercises authority over Jews worldwide. The Jewish Sanhedrin functions today, with judges, financiers, intellectuals, orators, and politicians, who hold meetings where they devise essential requirements for the "welfare of Israel."
In 1798, for economic advancement, Nathan M. Rothschild, son of the Rothschild banking family living in Frankfurt, relocated to Manchester, England, where he soon operated a large textile and export firm. At the same time, Joseph Frey, an Orthodox Polish Jew and a student of Johannes Jänicke of the Berlin Missionary Society (BMS), had converted to Christianity by receiving baptism in New Brandenburg on May 8, 1798. Frey moved to England in 1801.
Rothschild also moved to London, where he became a freemason in the Lodge of Emulation on October 4, 1802. In 1805, Frey created the Missionary Society and asked to be a missionary to the Jews. He claimed that Christianity fulfilled the prophecies recorded in the Old and New Testaments. The local synagogues prohibited the activities of their former religionists, and Frey only baptized three Jews in 1806. The synagogue issued another prohibition in 1807, and thereafter, about a dozen Jewish children stopped attending the nondenominational Free School that the missionaries had opened. By August 17, 1808, Rothschild had become a financial advisor to the British government, and, in 1811, he sold his Manchester textile concerns. The Rothschilds frequently fund organizations, even "Christian" groups, and maintain their typical anonymity behind a non-Jew founder.
In 1809, Frey organized the London Society for Promoting Christianity among the Jews, which he later shortened to the Jews Society. This new, apparently well-financed organization, possibly supported by Rothschild funds, advocated the concept of Jewish settlement in Palestine. The Jews in England, many of whom had arrived there from Holland, had relative freedom beginning in the eighteenth century. The Society focused its efforts primarily on the Ashkenazim (Jews of German or Eastern European origin) while largely ignoring the Sephardim (Jews of Spanish or Portuguese origin), many of whom readily embraced Christianity. The Ashkenazi Jews resisted the Society's efforts. Others energetically advanced the new evangelical movement, which quickly spread to America.
The Jews Society became the Church's Ministry among Jewish People (CMJ). The society, with as many as 250 missionaries, began proselytizing to the Jews in the East End of London, and soon spread to Europe, South America, Africa, and Palestine. The CMJ promoted the opinion that Jewish people should have their own independent state in the Holy Land, long before certain Jews established the Zionist Movement.
Even before the fatal Battle of Waterloo on June 18, 1815, several individuals in Britain had already adopted Napoleon's idea of "restoring" Palestine to the Jews. Rothschild allegedly provided the funds that guaranteed the victory at Waterloo. He had established a courier service that allowed the brothers to have daily communication, which gave them major advantages over their competitors. Napoleon lost the war and had to rescind his promise to restore the Jews to Palestine. Thereafter, apparently with a change of heart, he tried to eliminate Jacobinism, a belief in a nationally uniform and centralized government, in France and its plan for world government and acquired other benefactors. Rothschild, by 1815, opposed him and funded the opposition.
There were other conversionist charitable organizations including the National School Society charity schools of the Established Church, the Episcopal Jews' Chapel (1813) and the school at Palestine Place, in Bethnal Green. Lewis Way was the most prominent exponent of nineteenth century Restorationism and Christian Zionism. He rescued the Jews Society from a £20,000 debt. After the Napoleonic Wars, he advocated Jewish emancipation and their relocation to Palestine. He promoted his idea to European political leaders and attempted to gain their support for a Jewish homeland. Czar Alexander I of Russia agreed with him.