Friday, January 15, 2010

FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT; SEX AND BANKERS

Franklin Roosevelt (FDR). American president 1933-45. In his first inaugural address, Roosevelt said: "If we are to go forward, we must move as a trained and loyal army willing to sacrifice for the good of a common discipline." (Hitler, Mussolini, Roosevelt - Reason Magazine )

In 1905, the dashing Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) married his distant and plain-looking cousin Eleanor Roosevelt.

During World War I, Eleanor discovered that her husband was having an affair with her friend and secretary, Lucy Mercer.

Eleanor and Franklin

Franklin Roosevelt was assistant secretary of the US navy.

In 1920, at the Newport navy base, undercover enlisted men were ordered to offer their sexual services to gay sailors.

"If Roosevelt did not authorise this action, he certainly knew of it." (Franklin D Roosevelt: The man who conquered fear - US Presidents ...)

Lucy Mercer. FDR had a number close female companions. They included his cousin Daisy Suckley, his secretaries Missy LeHand and Grace Tully, Lucy Mercer and Princess Martha of Norway.

Eleanor took a male lover, threatening Franklin's chances in the 1932 election.

Franklin got one of his own mistresses to seduce his wife's lover, "in order to prevent a politically devastating divorce". (All the president's women — and men)

Eleanor Roosevelt and Shirley Temple

Eleanor Roosevelt had an affair with journalist Lorena Hickock.

During World War II, Franklin and his mistress lived in one wing of the White House.

Eleanor and her female lover occupied the other.

Roosevelt died in the arms of his lover at their retreat in Warm Springs, Georgia.

"She packed and fled before he was cold." (All the president's women — and men)

USA annual real GDP from 1910–60, with the years of the Great Depression (1929–1939) highlighted. Countries started to recover by the mid-1930s, but in many countries the negative effects of the Great Depression lasted until the start of World War II.[8]

The war brought down unemployment.

Roosevelt was president from 1933-45.

In 1937, The Economist said of Roosevelt's economic policy:

"Relief there has been, but little more than enough to keep the population fed, clothed and warmed.

"Recovery there has been, but only to a point still well below the pre-depression level...

"The monetary structure of the country, on balance, is less under control than formerly." [81]

However, "If the New Deal be compared ... with the achievements of other Governments, the former adverse judgement must be modified.

"If it be compared with either the performance or the promise of its rivals, it comes out well. If its achievements be compared with the situation which confronted it in March, 1933, it is a striking success." [82]

Unemployment fell in Roosevelt's first term, from 25% when he took office to 14.3% in 1937.

Afterward, it increased to 19.0% in 1938 ('a depression within a depression') and was 17.2% in 1939. (New Deal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)




Reportedly, back in 1933, there had been a plot to topple Roosevelt.

The Business Plot was supposedly a fascist conspiracy involving wealthy businessmen, including George W Bush's grandfather.

Details came to light when General Smedley Butler testified before a Congressional committee that a group of men had attempted to recruit him to serve as the leader of a plot.

Butler testified before the McCormack-Dickstein Committee in 1934 .

The committee reportedly deleted extensive excerpts from the report relating to Wall Street financiers including J.P. Morgan & Co. (Business Plot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Today, JP Morgan Chase is part of the Rockefeller empire.

General Smedley Butler.

According to Henry Makow, the Banker Plot to Remove FDR Was a Ruse and the bankers staged the "planned coup" to give FDR credibility as Wall Street's enemy.

According to Makow:

1. The bankers liked Roosevelt and the New Deal.

2. The conspirators pretended they were going to make retired Major General Smedley Butler America's Mussolini.

"Butler was the LAST man you would ask if you were serious about such a coup.

"However, if you wanted someone to expose your coup (as he did; thought it "smacked of treason,") Butler was the 'go-to" person.'

(The Media initially dismissed the plot, with a The New York Times editorial characterizing it as a "gigantic hoax."[27])

3. Butler was did not approve of Mussolini.

President Herbert Hoover had forced Butler out of the military for calling Mussolini a "mad dog" and warning that his fascist cohorts "were about to break loose in Europe."

This made Butler a national hero.

(From 1935–1937 Butler served as a spokesman for the American League Against War and Fascism )

4. Butler did not like Wall Street.

Butler toured the USA with a speech stating that the bankers used the US army as "gangsters for capitalism"

Capture of Fort Riviere, Haiti, 1915, by Donna J. Neary; illustrations of Major Smedley Butler, Sergeant Iams, and Private Gross (USMC art collection).

(From 1915-1934, the USA occupied Haiti. In 1915, Butler was part of the US force defending the Haitian dictator Vilbrun Guillaume Sam against rebels known as Cacos.)

Butler wrote the 1935 book War is a Racket,

(In a 1935 issue of the magazine, Common Sense, Butler wrote:

"I spent 33 years and four months in active military service and during that period I spent most of my time as a high class thug for Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers.

In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism.

I helped make Mexico and especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914.

I helped make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to collect revenues in.

I helped in the raping of half a dozen Central American republics for the benefit of Wall Street.

I helped purify Nicaragua for the International Banking House of Brown Brothers in 1902-1912.

I brought light to the Dominican Republic for the American sugar interests in 1916.

I helped make Honduras right for the American fruit companies in 1903.

In China in 1927 I helped see to it that Standard Oil went on its way unmolested.

Looking back on it, I might have given Al Capone a few hints. The best he could do was to operate his racket in three districts. I operated on three continents."
[20])

FDR - Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The American Freedom Magazine of Los Angeles, California, April, 1938, issue, stated: "In an address to the National Convention of the D.A.R., President F.D. Roosevelt said that he too was of revolutionary ancestry... The first Roosevelt came to America in 1649. His name was Claes Rosenfelt. He was a jew. Nicholas the son of Claes, was the ancestor of both Franklin and Theodore. He married A Jewish Girl named Kunst in 1682." (Franklin D. Roosevelt's Jewish Ancestry.)

5. FDR was a member of two "Illuminati" families, the Delanos and the Roosevelts.

(Reportedly, the Illuminati are a group of bankers and industrialists based in Western Europe and North America. Some of the most important Illuminati are said to be Rothschild, Rockefeller, Morgan, Lazard, Warburg, Schroder and Schiff.)

He was related to a dozen US Presidents and was a third cousin of King George VI.

The Roosevelt and Delano families are partly Jewish but also have Dutch, German, Swedish and principally English blood.

FDR's mother's father, Warren Delano made a fortune in the opium trade.

6. FDR, in the 1920's, "helped float some stock market scams."

7. In 1921, FDR got an illness which left his legs paralysed.

The Rockefellers gave FDR a health spa at Warm Springs, Georgia.

They then funneled millions of dollars to FDR in the guise of contributions to his "foundation" to help the sick.

New York doctor, Emmanuel Josephson wrote: "The Strange Death of Franklin D. Roosevelt" (1948).

According to Josephson, "Roosevelt was magnificently bribed to run for office.

"By the end of 1930, some $700,000 was poured into the coffers of the Foundation ...

"(FDR) was the pathetic puppet of conspirators scheming the destruction of democracy and the establishment of an American monarchy."

John D Rockefeller, 'son of a German conman', wanted to control the world's oil. Rockefellers are members of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg Group.

8. Roosevelt's cabinet was a Standard Oil cabinet, and it looked after Rockefeller oil interests around the world. (The Strange Death of FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT)

FDR helped Rockefeller's Standard Oil in Saudi Arabia.

Under FDR, the US Treasury spent hundreds of millions bribing Saudi King Ibn Saud and building oil infrastructure in Saudi Arabia to benefit Standard Oil.

Josephson said the basic doctrines of the Rockefeller Empire are "feudalistic monarchic government ...

"monopoly of every necessity of life and of national existence, and absolute dictatorship..."

The rich must "divide and rule"

" The people must be dealt with not as Americans but as minorities set at each other's throats, labor vs. Capital, Black vs. White, Catholic vs. protestant, Christian vs. Jew for e.g."

9. FDR learned from his cousin Theodore Roosevelt who pretended to be a "trust buster," while remaining a creation of the trusts.

The contributors to FDR's 1932 campaign include a Who's Who of the US business elite, the same people who supposedly tried to overthrow him a year later: Hearst, Rockefeller, Morgan, Baruch, Du Pont, Astor.

10. In 1933, a group of "publicity men" advised that fascism was becoming unpopular in America and FDR could score points by opposing the Nazis.

According to Josephson, "They suggested that Hearst and his publications launch a sham attack on Roosevelt and at the same time pretend to support Nazism and Fascism, thus throwing the Anti-Nazis and Anti-Fascists in the Roosevelt camp."

"As the perverters of public opinion expected, the gullible public raged at Hearst and flocked to the standards of Roosevelt, blind to the fact that he was giving them another of the same brand of dictatorship."

11. Hearst employed FDR's son Elliot, and his daughter and her husband.

Similarly the public enmity of the munitions manufacturing Duponts was also a sham. Ethel Dupont married FDR Jr.

According to Josephson, "The Liberty League was then set up for the ostensible purpose of attacking Roosevelt and fighting his re-election. This served to throw the entire pacifist vote into Roosevelt's camp and helped reassure his re-election."

12. The public could be manipulated into supporting FDR, and into supporting Barak Obama.

"When war came, U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British PM Winston Churchill allied themselves closely to Stalin, though they were well aware his regime had murdered at least 30 million people long before Hitler's extermination of Jews and gypsies began." Kaganovitch, Yagoda and some other senior Communist party and NKVD officials were Jewish. (www.freemasonrywatch.org/forgotton_holocaust.html) "In Roosevelt's mind, the enemy of peace and order in the postwar era wouldn't be Soviet Communism, but the imperialism and colonialism of the European empires, particularly Great Britain's. This was the threat to a future of Soviet-American 'democracy.'" - Richard M. Ebeling ROOSEVELT AND STALIN: THE FAILED COURTSHIP

Was Roosevelt a fan of fascism?

FDR's adviser Rexford Tugwell wrote in his diary that Mussolini had done "many of the things which seem to me necessary." (Hitler, Mussolini, Roosevelt - Reason Magazine )

Lorena Hickok, Eleanor Roosevelt's intimate friend, wrote approvingly of a local official who had said, "If Roosevelt were actually a dictator, we might get somewhere.

She said that if she was younger, she'd like to lead "the Fascist Movement in the United States." (Hitler, Mussolini, Roosevelt - Reason Magazine)

At Roosevelt's National Recovery Administration (NRA), one report declared, "The Fascist Principles are very similar to those we have been evolving here in America."

Roosevelt called Mussolini "admirable" and said that he was "deeply impressed by what he has accomplished."

Mussolini praised FDR's policies. In a review of Roosevelt's 1933 book Looking Forward, Mussolini wrote, "Reminiscent of Fascism is the principle that the state no longer leaves the economy to its own devices. Without question, the mood accompanying this sea change resembles that of Fascism."

The chief Nazi newspaper, Volkischer Beobachter, praised "Roosevelt’s adoption of National Socialist strains of thought in his economic and social policies" and "the development toward an authoritarian state" based on the "demand that collective good be put before individual self-interest." (Hitler, Mussolini, Roosevelt - Reason Magazine)

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