Franklin Delano Roosevelt portrait


    On Friday, May 2, 1997 the United States paid tribute to a president that left his indelible stamp on the nation. A granite and bronze memorial was dedicated to Franklin Delano Roosevelt on the shores of the Potomac River, and, during the ceremony, his grandson said, "We gather to pay tribute not to a man, but to an era." In this article we will attempt to examine the elements at work behind the president who ushered in the New Deal and those hidden powers who still work their will today.

    During the dedication ceremony President Clinton called FDR "the greatest American president of this great American century." He also said Roosevelt was "a master politician and a magnificent commander in chief." The Clinton administration is finishing the work begun by Roosevelt, and the opportunity is ripe for showcasing the policies and objectives of the "New Deal" and for praising the man who exemplifies them.

    Of FDR, Rexford Tugwell wrote: "He had a good Harvard education when Fabianism was developing, and he probably knew quite well the works of H.G. Wells and George Bernard Shaw (Fabian Socialists)." Well-connected socialists early this century were familiar with the political winds and helped influence the direction they were beginning to blow. John Dewey, the father of humanism, wrote in Individualism, Old and New (1929): "We are in for some kind of socialism, call it by whatever name we please, and no matter what it will be called when it is realized....There is still enough vitality in the older individualism to offer a very serious handicap to any party or program which calls itself by the name Socialism....The older individualism is still sufficiently ingrained to obtain allegiance in confused sentiment and in vocal utterance." It was clear to Mr. Dewey that if socialism was to come about, it would have to bear a different title. Later, in 1929, came the stock market crash which brought about the intended condition of despair in this country and the subsequent election of Roosevelt and the "New Deal".

    "New Deal" was the new title chosen for the socialist agenda. Curtis Dall, FDR's son-in-law, doubted that FDR was the originator of this vast "recovery" effort. In his book, FDR: My Exploited Father-in-Law (1967) he stated, "For a long time I felt that FDR had developed many thoughts and ideas that were his own to benefit this country, the USA. But he didn't. Most of his thoughts, his political 'ammunition,' as it were, was carefully manufactured for him in advance by the CFR-One World Money Group."

    The CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) One-World Money Group was the "power behind the throne", so to speak, and Fabianism was the religion or social doctrine of that inner circle of power with world domination and control its consummate objective. FDR was not only acquainted with the works of Fabian socialist, H.G. Wells, as Rexford Tugwell wrote, but he was on friendly terms with him.

    Wells, himself, spoke somewhat of the conspiracy taking place to rule the world. In his book, Experiment in Autobiography (1934) he commented, "The organization of this that I call the Open Conspiracy, the evocation of a greater sounder fellow to the Communist essay, an adequately implemented Liberal Socialism, which will ultimately supply teaching, coercive and directive public services to the whole world, is the immediate task." He went on to say when the consummate objective would be reached. "It's coming is likely to happen very quickly....Sometimes I feel that generations of propaganda and education may have to precede it....Plans for political synthesis seem to grow bolder and more extensive."

    After reading Wells' Experiment in Autobiography, FDR wrote to him and said, "How do you manage to retain such extraordinarily clear judgments? ...I believe our (FDR's administration) biggest success is making people think during these past two years. They may not be thinking straight but they are thinking in the right direction---and your direction and mine are not so far apart...."

    About fourteen months earlier, FDR had written to Wells and said, "I have read, with pleasure and profit, almost everything that you have written....You are doing much to educate people everywhere, and for that I am grateful."

    Wells has also been quoted as describing FDR as "the most effective transmitting instrument possible for the coming of the new world order....He is continuously revolutionary in the new way without ever provoking a stark revolutionary crisis" using words like "socialism" and such.

    When reelection time for FDR rolled around in 1936, it was determined by the One-World Money Group that FDR should continue in office. Joseph Kennedy, JFK's father and former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission was quoted in the New York Times as saying, "Fifty men have run America, and that's a high figure....I don't see how anybody giving any thought to the trends all over the world can help but feel there is something in the air in the advancement of some new social order....That is why I feel it is of the greatest importance to reelect Mr. Roosevelt."

    By this time some members of FDR's own party were becoming quite uncomfortable with the direction he was taking the nation. Alfred Smith, former presidential candidate and mayor of New York City, delivered a speech in Washington, D.C.,entitled, "Betrayal of the Democratic Party." He had supported FDR in 1932, but in this speech of January 25, 1936, he stated:

"Just get the platform of the Democratic Party, and get the platform of the Socialist Party, and lay them down on your dining room table, side by side, and get a heavy lead pencil and scratch out the word 'Democrat', and scratch out the word 'Socialist,' and let the two platforms lay there. Then study the record of the present administration up to date. After you have done that, make your mind up to pick up the platform that more nearly squares with the record, and you will put your hand on the Socialist platform."

    As he was using a compliant Congress to pass radical "New Deal" legislation, the threat of war began to loom again in Europe. Although the majority of Americans were against involvement in another European war, Roosevelt campaigned hard against what his party termed "isolationism". A world war was essential for the building of the New World Order and once Japan had been lured into attacking Pearl Harbor, Americans gullibly supported their country's entry into the war.

    As World War II was winding down, the CFR-One-World Money Group was moving forward on its plans for the United Nations, the successor to the failed League of Nations. Encountering the same opposition Woodrow Wilson did to the sell-out of American sovereignty to a global super-government, FDR picked up his pen and began working on a speech designed to assuage American misgivings. He wrote, "The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today. Let us move forward with strong and active faith." He wrote this on April 12, 1945, in Warm Springs, Georgia. This was also the day he died.

    Over fifty years later, at the Roosevelt memorial dedication, President Clinton said, "At this time, where the pinnacle that Roosevelt hoped America would achieve in our influence and power has come to pass, we still strangely fight battles with doubts, doubts that he would treat with great impatience and disdain, doubts that lead some to urge us to pull back from the world at the very first time since Roosevelt's time when we actually can realize his vision of world peace and world prosperity and the dominance of the ideals for which he gave his life....Let us honor his vision."

    Then, still cleverly seeking to confuse the "older individualism" with doubt and unbelief, Clinton said, "Every time you think of Franklin Roosevelt, put aside your doubts. Become more American. Become more like him. Be infused with his strong and active faith."

    This "strong and active faith" President Clinton and his sponsors would have us infused with is the faith of quiet compliance with the schemes of wicked men. They would have us mindlessly swallow the propaganda of peace, even while they practice terror and extortion around the globe. They would have us sleep on while they quietly remove our few remaining freedoms and safely imprison the world in the satanic citadel of world socialism. Their plans are doomed to failure. The present "doubts" that "lead some to urge us to pull back" are growing cracks in the foundation of this false system. Any system such as this one, that is built on force and fraud, will certainly come to its end.

"Behold, I am against you, O destroying mountain, says the LORD, which destroys all the earth; I will stretch out my hand against you and remove your foundation from the rock, and will make you a burnt shall be desolate forever." Jeremiah 51:25,26.

Written 5/19/97


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