Woodrow Wilson

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Instructed and directed by House, Wilson delivered three devastating blows against the Republic of the United States:

  • He destroyed Customs Tariffs policy in force since George Washington suggested it as the best way to finance the nation's monetary needs and pay its debt, and substituted it with the Socialist system of graduated income tax. [IRS]
  • He brought legislation that established the Federal Reserve Bank, a central bank forbidden by the U.S. Constitution.
  • He forced the United States into WWI over strong opposition by 87 percent of the American people and bankrupted them, a condition in which the American people have remained ever since.
Dr. John Coleman / <cite>The Committee of 300</cite>

In 1916 President Woodrow Wilson campaigned on the solemn promise to keep "American boys" out of the war in Europe. He knew full well that it was a good campaign tactic inasmuch as 87 percent of the American people were strongly opposed to the war with Germany, and they let it be known in no uncertain terms. Yet, just a year after being re-elected to office, Wilson violated his solemn promise and his oath of office by conscripting the Militia of the States to serve in the war in Europe. Instead of being impeached and removed from office and prosecuted for treason, Wilson remained firmly in power as if he had done no wrong!

Once the U.S. was engaged in the war, Wilson organized a Committee on Public Information, the first of its kind to mobilize American public opinion. This committee proved highly successful, particularly in the sale of Liberty Bonds. And no wonder. The program was written for the White House by Tavistock and was largely directed from London.

Dr. John Coleman / <cite>The Committee of 300</cite>

The greatest embarrassment of my political career has been that active duties seem to deprive me of time for careful investigation. I seem almost obliged to form conclusions from impressions instead of from study.... I wish that I had more knowledge, more thorough acquaintance, with the matters involved.

Woodrow Wilson / <cite>The Creature From Jekyll Island</cite>

The outcome of the election was exactly as the strategists had anticipated. Wilson won with only forty-two per cent of the popular vote, which means, of course, that fifty-eight per cent had been cast against him. Had Roosevelt not entered the race, most of his votes undoubtedly would have gone to Taft, and Wilson would have become a footnote. As Colonel House confided to another George Viereck years later, "Wilson was elected by Teddy Roosevelt."

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

Woodrow Wilson was yet another academic who was brought into the national spotlight as a result of his views on banking reform. [...] Wilson’s name had been put in to the nomination for President at the Democratic national convention due largely to the influence of Col. Edward Mandell House. But that was 1912. Ten years prior to that, he was relatively unknown. In 1902 he had been elected as the president of Princeton University, a position he could not have held without the concurrence of the University's benefactors among Wall Street bankers. He was particularly close with Andrew Carnegie and had become a trustee of the Carnegie Foundation.

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

On the surface it is a paradox that Wilson, who had always been a pacifist, should now enter into a secret agreement with foreign powers to involve the United States in a war which should could easily avoid. The key that unlocks this mystery is the fact that Wilson also was an internationalist. One of the strongest bonds between House and himself was their common dream of a world government.

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

Beginning with Wilson, there was a constant fight to drag us down to the level of Europe . . . The same personnel as in Wilson's time; the same wrecking crew that took us into the war and ruined us are now in command.

Senator Schall / <cite>as quoted by Dr. John Coleman in What You Should Know About the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights</cite>

That President Wilson was completely under the control of British intelligence MI6 is evidence din the remarks made by Mandel House, his day-to-day controller.

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

In fact, the Virginian, Woodrow Wilson, left an unsurpassed legacy to the nation; he gave us the income tax, World War I, and the Federal Reserve Act.

Eustace Mullins / <cite>The Curse of Canaan</cite>

I go back into Woodrow Wilson's day-his connections with occult orders. He once said something of profound importance. He said, "Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men's views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it." That is a word for word quote, from something called The New Freedom in 1913.

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

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