Franklin D. Roosevelt

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt whose New Deal introduced socialism into the American political system and led to allegations by his extreme right-wing enemies that he was a crypto-Communist. Roosevelt was allegedly a member of a secret society called the Ancient Arabic Order of Nobles and Mystics and held the grade of a Knight of Pythias. This Order claimed to bean offshoot of the Illuminati and included among its past members Mirabeau, Fredrick the Great, Goethe, Spinoza, Kant, Sir Francis Bacon and Garibaldi.

Michael Howard / <cite>Occult Conspiracy (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

Roosevelt did not pull America out of the post 1929 depression. Rather, he perpetuated it. [...] The so-called War Powers Act of 1933 was part and parcel of Roosevelt's plan to get around the Constitution and to take additional powers to which the Executive branch was not entitled.

Dr. John Coleman / <cite>What You Should Know About the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights</cite>

Roosevelt brushed aside the Constitution; to him it didn't matter that he was trampling the Constitution underfoot; his goal was to put Socialism on a firm footing in the U.S.

Dr. John Coleman / <cite>What You Should Know About the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights</cite>

Earlier in his [FDR] political career he had been the paragon of free enterprise and individualism. He spoke out against big government and for the free market, but in mid life he reset his sail to catch the shifting political wind. He went down in history as a pioneer of socialism in America.

G. Edward Griffin / <cite>The Creature From Jekyll Island</cite>

Franklin Roosevelt, as history tells us, instituted a plan that was called "The New Deal." The New Deal ultimately revealed that we used to be America, but that "our enterprise was now a success." (This is based on this new money at the time stated to this day on the back of the one dollar bill, in Latin.) In effect, they were saying, "We have changed America from being a free enterprise system and have now brought into world banking the IMF, The International Monetary Fund. And we have total success over the American people, over the American economy and the American people never even knew what happened to their rights."

Jordan Maxwell / <cite>Matrix of Power</cite>

Some of the same Masonic symbols that they use were put on the American dollar bill in 1934. These are Federal Reserve notes, and these symbols were put on the Federal Reserve notes by Franklin D. Roosevelt. he may not have taken credit for this, however, by writing a private letter to a friend named Colonel House, on November 21st, 1933. He told the Colonel, "The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the larger centers has owned the Government ever since the days of Andrew Jackson."

Jordan Maxwell / <cite>Matrix of Power</cite>

Franklin Roosevelt won a second term as President in 1937 by repeating over and over that the sons of America were not going to fight in another war in Europe, while he knew full well that that was exactly what they were going to do.

David Icke / <cite>The Biggest Secret</cite>

Franklin Roosevelt, a 33rd degree Freemason, held the title, Knight of Pythias, in a secret society called the Ancient Arabic Order of Nobles and Mystics. Among its previous members were Francis Bacon and the French revolutionary, Mirabeau.

David Icke / <cite>The Biggest Secret</cite>

Hitler came to power in 1933 and in that same year, no coincidence, Franklin Delano Roosevelt became President of the United States. His route to power was the same as Hitler’s. In 1929, the Brotherhood bankers crashed the Wall Street stock-market and caused the Great Depression. From this problem came the solution, the ‘New Deal’ economic package offered by Roosevelt which won him the presidential election of 1933. This ‘New Deal’ was a replica of the economic package offered by Hitler to the German people to solve their manufactured economic problems. When he came to power, Roosevelt pulled off one of the biggest thefts in human history when he passed laws forcing the American people to hand over all their gold to the government in return for worthless pieces of paper known as Federal Reserve banknotes. This was necessary, he said, to solve the dire economic problems. Soon afterwards, with the American economy now completely under Brotherhood control, Roosevelt put their symbol, the pyramid and all seeing eye, on the dollar bill. He was saying to the American people: “Gotch-yer”.

David Icke / <cite>The Biggest Secret</cite>

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