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The sinister element that sets the British oligarchy apart from the popular image of the mafia family is its unshakable belief that it alone is fit to rule the world...The inheritors of the British East India Company - the same British monarchy and some of the same banking houses - have launched the new Opium War just as they did the first: to loot nations, destroy them, and exalt the power of the Empire...to become the "The Third and Final Rome"

— Lyndon Larouche; quoted by Michael Tsarion view

On May 10, 1982, addressing a celebration at the Royal Institute for International Affairs at Chatham House in London, Kissinger boasted that throughout his career...he had always been closer to the British Foreign Office than to his American colleagues, and had taken all his major policy leads from London...Chatham House is a successor to the old British East India Company, and serves as the think-tank and foreign intelligence arm of the British Crown

— Lyndon Larouche; quoted by Michael Tsarion view

BEIC profits, even in those years, far exceeded the combined profits made in a single year by General Motors, Ford and Chrysler in their opium-profit years.

— Dr. John Coleman; The Committee of 300 view

Remember the British East India Company? Officially, its business was trading in tea! <em>But Lord Palmerston crafted an official opium policy for the company and the British Government enforced it</em>. [...]Later, the British Crown, or Royal Family, joined the East India Company by granting it a charter that enabled the company to fight wars and conduct foreign policy.

— Dr. John Coleman; The Committee of 300 view

The truth is that the supply of Indian opium to China was a British monopoly, an official monopoly of the East India Company and official British policy.

— Dr. John Coleman; The Committee of 300 view

In 1702, the East India Company was revamped and became known as the United East India Company and then the British East India Company. The system of operations and banking learned in India was adopted almost <em>in toto</em> by the Bank of England under Norman Montague and the Federal Reserve Bank instituted by Woodrow Wilson.

— Dr. John Coleman; The Committee of 300 view

By 1830 all of India was under the control of the East India Company, a truly breathtaking achievement.

— Dr. John Coleman; The Committee of 300 view

In 1661, King Charles II (Stuart) granted the East India Company the power to add to its charter the right to make peace or war with sovereign nations, an extraordinary event without parallel. Here was a private company given powers to make war with sovereign nations!

— Dr. John Coleman; The Committee of 300 view

India House in London was the headquarters of the East India Company (its parent was <em>The London Mercers Company</em>, fathered by <em>The London Staplers</em>) was granted its Charter in 1600 by Queen Elizabeth I. In this grouping is found the Black Nobility banking families of Venice and Genoa. Among these family names is "Sebastian Cabot," the ancestor of the Eastern Liberal Establishment's Cabot family.

— Dr. John Coleman; The Committee of 300 view

The East India Company was a major subsidizer of the Jesuit mission to Beijing. The Jesuits, in turn, interceded with oriental monarchs to secure lucrative commercial favors for the company, including monopolies on tea, spices, saltpeter (for explosives), silks, and the world’s opium trade. Indeed ... the company appears to owe its very existence to the Society of Jesus.

— Tupper Saussy; Rulers of Evil view

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