Saturday, May 28, 2011
By Paul Martin

By Dr. Stanley Monteith
May 28, 2011

Last time, we learned that Lord Esher controlled the King of England, and Rasputin controlled Nicholas and Alexandra, but why did France and the United States enter the First World War?

Very few people understand the events that led up to the First World War because the Brotherhood of Darkness purchased the major publishing outlets, and concealed the truth. If you want to determine what happened, you must read the books that were written at that time.

France had a secret agreement with Russia and Great Britain, but the French people didn’t want to enter the First World War, and when the war began, they wanted to end the conflict. Why did France continue fighting?

Once again I am indebted to Dr. Dennis Cuddy for the following quotation. It comes from John Kenneth Turner’s book, Shall It Be Again?. The information has been suppressed because the BOD doesn’t want the American people to learn the truth. John Kenneth Turner wrote:

“In February, 1917, Representative Calloway, on the floor of Congress, charged the Morgan interests with having, in March, 1915, organized and financed a huge propaganda machine embracing twelve influential publishers and 179 selected newspapers, for the purpose of manufacturing sentiment favorable to American participation in the war. These charges were renewed in May, 1921, by Representative Michelson of Illinois. The latter called attention to the fact that, in his history of the war, Gabriel Hanotaux tells of a conference with the late Robert Bacon, then a member of the Morgan firm, in 1914, in which he and Bacon drew up plans and specifications for a great scare campaign in this country. Hanotaux also suggests that France was ready to make peace in 1914, but was dissuaded by Bacon and other American politicians, who gave assurances that they could ultimately bring America into the war on the side of France.”[1]

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