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Sunday, February 20, 2005

Dean Rusk and the Washington Post

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Philip Foise, who as foreign editor directed coverage of Vietnam at the Washington Post. Foise was married to Dean Rusk's sister. The Rusk's and the Foise's would dine together once a month. Foise's nineteen year old son fled to Canada to avoid being drafted.

The eulogy at Agnes's Myers's funeral was delivered by Earl Warren. She died September 1, 1970

Earl Warren and Robert Oppenheimer used to lunch at Agnes house at Mount Kisco

Eugene Meyers' funeral attracted eight hundred of Washington's most powerful. Earl Warren gave the eulogy. Eugene died July 17, 1959

Woodward/Joe Kennedy

"It was no mistake" said Ed Marger, "that Mitch was on one of the lead tanks in the Marine invasion of the Dominican Republic in the early 1960's.

Quantum

The most significant product, developed under Mitch's guidance, was a weapon system so lethally and even beautifully efficient that it made Ian Flemings paraphernalia obsolete. It consisted of a sub-machine gun and a silencer of suppressor, each made for the other, and each

representing a giant step forward in the state-of-the-art of killing.

Cassini and his designing brother were directors of a New York public relations firm, Martial and company, which handled foreign government accounts and was registered wih the Justice Department under the Foreign Agents Act. However, Cassini, failed to resgister re Dominican

Republic. Only weeks after Jack Kennedy's inauguration, Cassini called on Joe Kennedy to deliver a warning; the Dominican Republic seemed on the verge of exploding in a leftist revolution. In 1960 Washington had broken off diplomatic relations with the Trujillo regime and had imposed sever economic sanctions. Cassini suggested that the adminstration send

someone to Santo Domingo to confer with Trujillo. Kennedy passed on the warning to his son.

According to Trujillo's Secretary of State security, Arturo Espaillat, Cassini's estimate of the dominican situation was "very erroneous." No revolution was in sight.

The President acted on Cassini's suggestion. To undertake the mission, the State Department recalled from retirement the respected career diplomat Robert Murphy. In mid-April 1961, Murphy secretly visitied the dominican Republic and talked with Trujillo and other officials at the Presidential Palace. Cassini was also there. The dictator was urged to take steps toward liberalization of his regime. A former US Marine who liked and trusted Americans, Trujillo listened closely to learn how he might get back in Washington's good graces.

Dominican officials in the US sent encouraging reports. Following Cassini's first meeting with kennedy, luis R Mercado, Dominican Consul General in New York, wrote to Trujillo that "he (Cassini) entertains the idea of arranging a meeting for you with Mr Joseph Kennedy, father of

the President, or with the President himself, both of whom, according to Cassini, are his intimate friends and maintain close and frequent relations." Shortly after Murphy's visit, Mercado again reported: " I received a call from my friend Cassini to inform me that the father of the President Kennedy had just notified him that the President had been very well impressed by the magnificent report given to him by his emissary, Mr Robert Murphy." On May 13,, Mercado wrote still another letter: "Both Murphy and himself (Cassini) know from confidential talks with the eldest Kennedy that they President had already decided to act favorably in the dominican case, even going over the heads of the adverse opinions in the Department of State. In fact, the White House later said Murphy's "reporting" memorandum to the President recommended no action, and none was taken. Nothing came of the Cassini-Murphy mission, except that may have put Trujillo off guard. On May 30, 1961 on a lonely stretch of seashore highway, his car was ambushed and Trujillo died. May 30, 1961, JFK met with Ben-Gurion in New York.

In July 1962, the NY Times broke the story of the Cassini-Kennedy convesations leading to the Murphy mission, and quoted from the Mercado lettters, which the new Dominican government had found in Trujillo's archives. Cassini denied the accuracy of the Mercado letters. However

joe Kennedy's good friend was in deep trouble. In February 1963, Cassini was arraigned in a Washington federal court on charges of failure to register as a foreign agent, and pleaded not guilty. Just before his trial, eight months later, he changed his plea to no contest and was fined ten thousand dollars and placed on six months probation.

Trujillo, during his talk with Murphy, had complained that his enemies in the US Press and government never would forgive him for having been right about the Fidel Castro's ties with communism as early as 1949. Murphy, according to one of the present, then offered an interesting prognostication: "Well pretty soon there won't be any Cuban problem. Castro is a dead duck." the date was April 16, 1961.

That night, in the blackness of the Bay of Pigs, fifteen hundred anti-communist Cubans, trained and armed by the CIA began an invasion of Cuba. the original invasion plan had been compromised because of political considerations. Whatever chance of success remained in the

final hours vanished.

Joe Kennedy placed the blame squarely on the CIA, as did members of the administation. During the Eisenhower administration, he had served on a civilian watchdog committee responsible for monitoring intelligence activities. "I know that outfit," Kennedy said of CIA, and I wouldn't pay them a hundred bucks a week. It's a lucky thing they were found out early; the best thing that could have happened, in fact. Cuba gave this Adminstration a chance to be great.

Rapist-murderer Woodward/Murphy

1958 when Deputy Under Secretary of State Robert Murphy (Robert Woodward) was dispatched to Lebanon to attempt to defuse the crisis, his instructions came from the Department of State and he reported to the Secretary of State rather than directly to the White House, as became the practice during the height of the Vietnam conflict.

MURPHY ROBERT DANIEL

Germany 1944-1949 Belgium 1949-1952 Japan 1952-1953

Murphy, Robert Daniel (1894 -1978) Diplomat, business executive; born in Milwaukee, Wis., October 28, 1894. His long diplomatic career began in 1920. He helped to negotiate with Vichy France (1940) and was U.S. Ambassador to Belgium (1949-52) and Japan (1952). He was President Eisenhower's personal representative in Lebanon (1958). He later served as

a chairman and director for Corning Glass International.

Robert Murphy-He was President Eisenhower's personal representative in Lebanon (1958)

COPELAND MILES

Britain 1943-1990 Syria 1947-1949 Egypt 1952-1955 Iran 1953 Lebanon 1957-1963

Eisenhower's state Dept (Robert Forbes Woodward) severed diplomatic relations on 26 August and in January 1961 suspended the export of truck, parts, crude oil gasoline and other petroleum products. Eisenhower with OAS sanctions cut drastically purchases of Dominican sugar, that country's major export. This action ultimately cost the

Dominican Republic almost $22,000,000 in lost revenues at a time when

its economy was in a rapid decline.

The day after Trujillos death, the Caribbean ready Amphibious Squadron permanently station in the Caribbean since Castro seized power in 1959 had additional forecs enroute to the Caribean. Two destroyers visited Haitian ports Admirial Dennison believed both ships would help stabalize

Haitian government and proved key intelligence information. June 9th, JCS ordered Dennison to decrease overall forces. The rest of Task Force 122 phased into exercise Axle Grease from 14-17 june to test Caribbean contingency Plan.

Richard GoodwIn

(Robert Woodward) advised Kennedy to negotiate with Trujillos son' government under the shadow of the US Fleet until Goodwin and Woodward could overthrow the country and install who they wanted. In November with the Caribbean Ready Amphibious Squadron already in the

area, other ships were sent. The carrier Franklin D Rosevelt, the helicopter carrier Valley Forge and other amphibious ships with 1,800 Marines on board, the Cruiser Little Rock, 12 destroyers. On November 19 Little Rock, Hyman , Bristol and Beatty steamed back and forth in from of the capital city in a show of force operation codenamed Seagull. Before a new US Dominican policy had been established, President Kennedy was assassinated.

In the summer of 1942, Peirre Pucheu, French Cabinet member and director of the privately owned Worms Bank in Nazi-occupied Paris, had a meeting at the BIS with Bosianger. Pucheu told Boisanger that plans were afoot for Eisenhower to invade North Africa. He had obtained this information through a friend of Robert Murphy, US State Dept representative in vichy. Voisanger contracted Kurt von Schroeder. Immediately, Schroeder and other German bankers, along with their French correspondents, transferred 9 billion gold francs via the BIS to Algiers. Anticipating German defeat, they were seeking a killing in dollar exchange. The collaborationists boosted their holdings from $350 to $535 million almost overnight. The deal was made with the colusion of Thomas H McKittrick(Morgan Bank), Hermann Schmitz, Emil Puhl (Schacht) and the

Japanese directors of the BIS. Another collaborator in the scheme was one of the Vatican's espionage group who leaked the secret to others in the Hitler High command - according to a statement made under oath by Otto Abetz to American officials on June 21, 1946.

In the spring of 1943, McKittrick, ignoring the normal restrictions of war, undertook a remarkable jouney, Despite the fact he was neither Italian nor diplomat and that Italy was at war with the United States, he was issued an Italian diplomaic visa to travel by train and auto to

Rome. At the border he was met by Himmler's special police, who gave him safe conduct. McKittrick proceeded to Lisbon, whence he traveled with immunity from U-boats by Swedish ship to the United States. In Manhattan in April, he had meetings with Leon Fraser, his old friend and BIS predecessor and with the heads of the Federal Reserve Bank. Then McKittrick traveled to Berlin on a US Passport to provide Emil Puhl (Schacht) of the Reichsbank with secret intelligence on financial problems and high-level attitudes in the United States.

The Nazi government had 85 million swiss gold francs on deposit in the BIS.

I"t was no mistake" said Ed Marger, "that Mitch was on one of the lead tanks in the Marine invasion of the Dominican Republic in the early 1960's.

Quantum

The most significant product, developed under Mitch's guidance, was a weapon system so lethally and even beautifully efficient that it made Ian Flemings paraphernalia obsolete. It consisted of a sub-machine gun and a silencer of suppressor, each made for the other, and each

representing a giant step forward in the state-of-the-art of killing.

Robert Forbes Woodward and the Bay of Pigs http://www.fas.org/irp/ops/policy/docs/frusX/index.html

Bob Woodward and the Bancrofts

Bob Woodward read a story in the Washingtonian magazine in which the publication rate the area's judges. Bob and another reporter, Bill Bancroft, got the idea to run a story rating the area's high school principals

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When Kennedy first took office, nobody could have foreseen the course of International banking in the 1960's. What was apparent was the President had to staunch a massive outflow of American capital. The House of Morgan braced for an era in which American multinationals would get their fianancing abroad.

In late 1962, Alexander, presiding over a turbulent meeting, asked a question that had not been heard for over thirty years, should the House of Morgan return to underwriting, this time in Paris? The Fed passed a tentative ruling that Glass-Stengell would pose no obstacle outside the

United States. Evan Galbraith was then with the bank, would later be the Ambassador to France. the plan called for a new Parisian underwriting subsidiary Morgan et Compagnie, Societe Anonyme, with Morgan Grenfell and Mees and Hope of Holland as passive minority shareholders. The name Morgan et Compagnie had been dormant since the Guaranty merger. Morgan Stanley did not join this invitation to enter European banking.

On July 18, 1963, Kennedy proposed an Interest Equalization Tax to throttle the dollar outflow, penalizing the sale of some foreign securities to American investors. Alexander assembled Morgan officers that afternoon and said; " This is a day that you will all remember forever, It will change the face of American banking and force all the business off to London. It will take years to get rid of this legislation." Two years later, Johnson imposed voluntary restraints on

lending to foreign borrowers. The first Eurodollars had come into being after World War II, when the Soviet union deposited its dollars at athe Banque Commerciale pour l'Europe du Nord in Paris and in London's Moscow Nardony Bank, In time, Euro came to signify any currency held

outside its country or origin. In other words, Eurodollars are dollars held outside the United States, Euroyen are yen held outside Japan, ets. By the mid- 1980's this free-floating unregulated market would become $2.5 trillion in deposits. Éuromarkets were immediately congenial to the House of Morgan.

Early in the Johnson adminstration the lifted the restriction of American banks keeping Eurodollar accounts in branches abroad. In Paul Volker, Morgans had its paladin for the next twenty-five years.

While Morgan Grenfell dozed, that perennial London iconclast Siegmund Warburg, sponsered the first Eurobond issue for the Italian Autostrade in 1963. In Paris, Morgan would launch its assault on global securites markets.

Meanwhile, in Paris, Morgan et Compagnie SA made what looked like an extremely auspicious debut. In February 1963, it launched a Euroequity stock issue for Germany's largest mail order house. Neckermann, which owned 23 department stores. In taking his company public, founder Josef Neckermann planned to retain a majority interest. Frederick Flick, possibly Germany's richest man, the scion of a steel family and a convicted war criminal, wished to sell his Neckermann stake. Neckermann feared that these shares would fall into the hands of German banks, where are permitted to hold industrial stakes. He was particulary eager to bypass Duetsche Bank, Germany's largest global syndication, with only a small portion of the shares allotted to Germany.

For the new Paris operation, the Neckermann issued seemed a smashing success. Morgans bought the $30 - million issue, then turned around and resold it the Belgian, Swiss and Dutch banks. In London, where Morgan Grenfell led a large purchasing group, the issue shot up to a premium. Said Evan Galbraith, then a leading Morgan man in Paris: "It was the first internationally marketed issue." There was one tell tale hint of trouble, however. When Morgans sent out the offering by telex, German banks didn't answer. When Deutsche Bank then complained about the issue's being sold outside Germany, Galbraith said Morgans was simply

heeding the client wishes. He didn't quite fathom the depth of anger he had aroused or how deeply he had offended tradition. Deutsche Bank would bide its time and get even in extremely dramatic fashion.

Credit Suisse, Swiss Bank Corporation and Union Bank of Switzerland formed a cartel that dominated Swiss franc issues, and outside banks defied them at their own peril. The Morgan Paris operation did just that in September 1963, when the city of Copenhagenn wished to raise

money and its treasurer consulted friends at Morgan Grenfell. Someone had the bright idea that since interest rates were low in Switzerland, why not dominate the issue in Swiss francs. The Swiss bank was furious. The Swiss government told Washington that if further flotations occured, they would convert dollars into gold and sink the dollar. They refused to let their money function as an international currency. They also pressured the Bank of England. The ill-fated Copenhagen issue was both the first and the last Swiss-franc Euroissue for a generation.

Manwhile, the Germans still smarted from the Neckermann issue and awaited a chance to retaliate when Morgan et Compagnie SA announced an issue for another German mail-order house, Frederick Schwab and Company, Duetsche Bank saw its golden opportunity for revenge. Instead of obtaining written contracts from underwriters, Morgans proceeded with far more tenuous "indications of interest." This would prove a fatal mistake. The firm also enlisted a small German trade-union bank that would prove too weak to stop the coming onslaught. Once the issue was announced, Deutsche Bank sprang its power play, putting intense pressure on banks around the world not to participate. It was a full-scale disaster for Morgans, which had to swallow $9 million worth of $13-million stock issue, a huge amount for those days. The New York office was stunned.

Debt Restructuring Schacht

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WerBell, veteran of the OSS in China, he worked under contract to the CIA in the !960s, organized amphibious landings against Cuba from a base in the Dominican Republic; people died. When anti-Castro activity simmered down toward the decade's end, he traveled back and forth

between Atlanta and Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia, conferring with CIA officials, Siamese princes and Asian intelligence czars on the subject of programmatic liquidations. On these trips WerBell was provided with a high security clearance, military aides, and transport by the Army.

WerBell was also given the uniform and rank of an American general - a temporary warrant, yet hardly a privilege lightly bestowed.

George Bush--U.S. Liaison Officer, People's Republic of China, 1974-75.

The Georgian Woodrow Wilson, and his Georgian Treasury Secretary McAdoo started the Federal Reserve, with the Warbugs and JP Morgan

Other attractions inherent in the Beijing posting are suggested by the fact that Bush's predecessor in Beijing was David K.E. Bruce, who had opened the liason office in March, 1973. Bruce had been the chief of the London bureau of the Office of Strategic Services during World War II, which meant that he had been the boss of all European OSS operations, including Allen Dulles in Switzerland and all the rest. The presence in Beijing of Bruce, a true eminence grise of Anglo-American intelligence, points up the importance of the post, especially in the covert and

intelligence domain.

China and the 1929 Great Depression

abstract It is often said that the silver standard had insulated the Chinese economy from the Great Depression that prevailed in the gold standard countries during the 1929-35 period. Using econometric testing and counterfactual simulations, we show that if China had been on the gold standard (or on the gold-exchange standard), the balance of trade of this semi-closed economy would have been ameliorated, but the general price level would have declined significantly. Due to limited statistics, two important factors (the GDP and industrial production level) are not included in the analysis, but the general argument that the silver standard was a lifeboat to the Chinese economy remains defensible.

(1963-China and the Soviet Union severed relations)

Quantum

In 1967, after his failure to seize Haiti for the Cubans, WerBell returned to the Farm, but not to rest. His most important project was about to reach fruitation, and it seemed to him that he was on the brink of millions. The project involved a firm he owned - SIONICS, Inc. The acronym stood for "Studies In the Operational Negation of Insurgents and Counter-Subversion." It was, of course, a workshop in assassination.

The most significant product, developed under Mitch's guidance, was a weapon system so lethally and even beautifully efficient that it made Ian Flemings paraphernalia obsolete. It consisted of a sub-machine gun and a silencer of suppressor, each made for the other, and each

representing a giant step forward in the state-of-the-art of killing.

There are not one but two sounds made by a weapon's firing. The first is that of the powder exploding; the second is the sonic boom that results when a high-velocity shell exceeds the sound barrier. Wer Bells's supressor virtually eliminated the first noise. The second sound could also be prevented: all that was necessary was for the shooter to lower the velocity of his bullet by using less powder than usual. This done, the weapon made less noise than a cap pistol and, with the powder flash smothered, rendered the sniper less visible than ever before. (Soldiers in Vietnam, however, found that the sonic boom had its own utility; because the bullet moved faster that the speed of sound, those being shot heard the shot only as it moved away from them. As a consequence their first reaction was to retreat into the direction from which the shots came from- walking backwards into the same shots.)

It is curious that no one seems to have mentioned this characteristic in connection with the John F Kennedy assassination, in which both the number and direction of shots fired are still debated. If a silencer was used in combination with another, unsilenced rifle, witnesses located in different parts of the caravan and Dealy Plaza would have heard the shots coming from different directions. Unanimity would have been impossible on the subject of the gunfire's origins.

And the silencer was cost effective too. According to WerBell, his suppressors, used on Army sniper rifles, "killed nineteen hundred V C in six months. Those V C took only one-point-three rounds per kill. Twenty-seven cents apiece they cost Uncle Sam. that's the greatest cost-effectiveness the Army's ever known." Former Green Beret officer Robert K Brown, citing congressional hearings on the matter, points out that fifty thousand rounds of ammunition were expended for each enemy killed in Vietnam by conventional methods. At almost a nickel a round,

that works out to about $2,300 a body, Werell's method method accomplished the same end for about a quarter. Clearly, it was a devastating technological "advance."

Doubly-devastating, that is, because it was expressly designed for use with automatic and semi-automatic weapons, guns that had formerly resisted silent operations. And the particular gun that WerBell had in mind, the other half of the weapons system, was the super-sleek Ingram

M-10/M-11 LISP (Lightweight Individual Special Purpose) "machine-pistol."

Developed at SONICS by Gordon Ingram, the M-10 makes killing easier than ever before. Consider: capable of firing 700 rounds per minute at an effective range of two hundred fifty to three hundred yards, it is ideal for use with either .45-calier or 9-millimeter ammunition. Weighing less than seven pounds, the M-10 submachine gun combines the firepower of an automatic weapon with the convience of a pistol; and with its stock telescoped, the weapon is less than a foot long.

Even smaller and more advanced is the Ingram M-11. Weighing less than four pounds, ti fires 850 rounds per minute )fourteen shots per second) and utilized .380 caliber-ammo - a subsonic cartridge. Fitted with a precision Starlight scope for evening assignments, it is the Ferrari of

clandestine weapons systems.

Introduced in 1969, the silencer with Ingram could be purchased for slightly less than one hundred dollars. "SIONICS," WerBell says, "was vastly undefinanced.: A factory needed to be built, salesman hired, and so forth. to raise the required capital, WerBelltook to the skies in a private jet, searching out (ad)venture capitalists. With marvelous applications for snipers and assassins, the gun itself might actually replace the ancient .45 and serve in support of the standard M-16 rifle. Generally, America's Vietnam gound-combat strategy was one of saturation

fire. If a jungle looded hostile, if something moved, or if someone was actually shooting, GI's would put their guns on "rock 'n roll" and empty clip after clip into the area. And, of course, if you take the five minutes necessary to pour four thousand rounds per soldier into a space the size of a department store, something or soneone's bound to fall. but what about the soldiers in support-the cook, the driver, the orderly, the seven or so guys who must support each man at the front. they couldn't be lugging M-16's wherever they went, and in fact, they didn't . Which is to say, most GI's were, most of the time, unarmed. And, because unsurgents preferred to hit and run, sap and split at unexpected times and inconvenient hours, the unarmed solder was always at hazard. What he needd, WerBell theorized, was a small, lightweight machine pistol - an M-10 - loaded with hard-hitting .45 caliber-ammunition and capable of withering automatic fire. It seemed that for every M-16 sold, more than half-a-dozen Ingrams could be flogged.

He would demonstrate the weapons system'e afficiency in any of several inappropriate places. In expensive hotel suites and in the offices of staid investment bankers such as Brown Brothers, Harriman. Prospective shareholders would watch while WerBell attached the silencer to the M-11, slamming a clip into place. He'd arrange a stack of telephone directories on the floor and then fire a few silenced rounds into the phone books. Those outside the room would prove oblivious to the gunfire nearby. The sibilant of the bullets ripping into the directores was softer and less disturbing than the noise made by the opening of a pop-top can.

Even more persuasive were demonstrations carried out at The Farm. Unrged to try the gun themselves, investors were invited to WerBell's estate in Powder Springs.

WerBell found investors- twenty nine of them who collectively chipped in seven million dollars. Forming a holding company called Quantum Ordnance Bankers, later changed to the Quantum Corporation. the moneymen submerged WerBell's SIONICS into a newly established manufacturing subsidiary, the Military Armaments Corporation (MAC) placing WerBell in overall command of the firm's operations. He had not only invented the suppressor, but he's worked closely with the guns' designers and had excellent contacts among international arms dealers,

Third World police/intelligence services, and Pentagon officials.

Rosser Scott Reeves III is Board chairman of the Quantum Corporation, and heir to one of America's advertising fortunes. Its stockholders, having extracted an oath of secrecy from their chairman, have indirectly stoked rumors of a "right-wing consortium, a "Mr Big," and even a "Third Force" (whatever that might be).

These American financial elite were determined to remain anonymous. One belongs to the John Birch Society, one is a president of a hockey team and the director of an ice-cream company, another Charles Spoffard of the CIA, Edmund Lynch, of Merrill Lynch, Pierce (Barbara), Fenner and Smith, Hopie Ryan Gardner, a grain magnate, and a chairman of the Metroolitan Opera, and rather incongruoulsy for an investor in submachine guns - a trustee of Union Theological Seminary. Each had his or her reasons for wanting to be a secret partner of WerBells.

Another stockholder in Quantum was a director of the Fund for Peace a trustee of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, and a $250,000 McGovern campaign backer, Stewart Rawlings Mott, inherted a monlithic wad of General Motors stock.

Dividends on the GM stock alone (he has millions invested elsewhere) are estimated to bring in more than $1,300,000 in annual, unearned income. He has the ears of Post editor Ben Bradlee, superlawyer Edward Bennet Willimas, and Senator Percy and Dan Rather. It was his money that

funded the Committee for an Effective congress, the group which purged so many congressional committee chairmen after Watergate; and it was his money that helped John Marks establish the Center for national Security Studies.

To explain Mott's secret financial alliance with John Birchers, CIA agnets and the spooks of Georgia, he has a a simple and ridiculous explanation.

Confronted with the fact of his bizarre partnership, he says that it in no way contradicts his committment to peace and disarmament.

HE SAID HE MADE THE DECISION TO INVEST IN QUANTUM WHILE "ON A PEACE

MISSION" TO MOSCOW. TURNING TO HIS FINANCIAL ADVISOR FOR CONFIRMATION,

HE ADDS, "WE WEREN'T PARTICULARLY INTERESTED IN THE MILITARY ASPECTS

ANYWAY."

Mott said the silencer worked so well, they thought it could be adapted to snowmobiles and lawn mowers. the investment was an invironmental on. to reduce noise. He said he wasn't interested in its military applications. His aide adds. ""we were very surprised - completely taken aback- when they found out about the , uhh, military orientation."

Completely taken aback." Mott says.

There was no effort to adapt the silence to anything other than killing, nor had there been any plans to do so. That his should have been surprised at the "military orientation" of the enterprise seems disengenuous; his advisors had visited the Farm, observed the destruction of ballons and paint cans, and seen WerBell parading in what Mott's aide called his "paramilitary costume"

The Quantum subsidiary charged with the responsibility of manufacturing the M-10 and M-11 Ingrams was named Environmental Industries, Inc. WerBell says the name was based on the notion that the Ingrams had a great contribution to make in the area of "population control" If Mott, residing in Manhattan was genuinely concerned about the noise of lawn mowers and snowmobiles (of which Manhattan has neither), he must have thought it strange that the president of the weapons division of the Research, Development and Engineering Directorate of the Army's Materiel command, Colonel John S Wood. Woods successor denounced Wood's alliance with Quantum and the Army defered the decision to replace the .45 with Ingrams.

Stewart Mott gave the go-ahead to invest in Quantum while he was on a 'peace mission' t Russia, that's what he called it He wanted to adopt it to snowblowers. Question to WerBell "Did you ever try to adapt the silencer for other uses." WerBell, "That question is so dumb, I'm not even going to dignify it with an answer. Of course, we didn't. " "Stupidest thing I ever heard. "How you goning to adapt a helical suppressor for a forty-five caliber submachine gun to work on a grass

cutter."

In 1972 the Georgian was running the death factory as a family store, and WerBell and quantum divided the unsold inventory of fourteen thousand Ingrams and WerBell started a new corporation, Defense Systems International. Future Ingram distributirs, were Cuban exiles Alliegro, Alabama arms merchant Stuart Graydon, and Kenny Burnstine, of Karol Investments. Other sales agents from Panama to Burma Bangui to Paraguay, would come aboard in time.

Scott Reeves bears no hostility toward WerBell, reserving for the "those idiots in the Pentagon and the State Department.

Milton Friedman and his monetarist followers were thrilled, because his theories of managing the money supply could be employed -- as long as the closing of the gold window was permanent, not temporary. This led Friedman to use all his influence with conservative think tanks and bankers -- again with Wriston at Citicorp -- to persuade Nixon to name George Shultz the Treasury Secretary. It was Shultz, then, who did the formal execution of Bretton Woods in early 1973, announcing a permanent floating of the dollar. As the de facto price of gold had floated up to $140 from the official $40, the oil-producing countries immediately set to work to quadruple the oil price.

When in 1972 all the power-structure capital had converted its dollars into gold, oil, or other highly concentrated and mobile equities, then-George Shultz, Milton Friedman and Arthur Laffer severed the U.S.A. dollar from its government-guaranteed gold equity value of

$35 per ounce, the U.S.A. people’s dollar buying power plummeted—, in 1980, being worth

only 5 cents of the 1971 U.S.A. dollar. America is utterly bankrupt externally in terms of balance of trade due to its own oil companies now operating as Arabian business

Arthur Laffer, one of the first ones in The ambassador to the Vatican's correspondence. George Soros's Firm founded in 1973, oversaw more than US 20 billion in assets in the 1990's

Open Society

From the start of the collaboration of Soros and Jim Rogers from Alabama Soros was the captain, the senior parter, the man who made the choices, handled the trades, and, in his words "pulled the trigger."

Soros's Quantum Fund. Under the laws of Curacao, where the fund is legally chartered, it is illegal for any of its directors or representatives to identify any shareholder by name. In addition to the Curaco based corporation, there was also Quantum Partners, chartered

in the Cayman Islands.

Rogers from Alabama, with the help of his research and Miles Copeland, and George Bush's other friends in the CIA, its backing of companies that serviced oil drilling paid off very well as oil prices rose. Rogers was one of the first analysts to foresee a great surge in defense stocks in the mid-seventies. Since the end of the Viet Nam war Rogers was one of the first analysts to foresee a great surge in defense stocks in the mid-seventies. Since the end of the vietnam War, such stocks had been fairly inert, but Rogers predicted this would change as a result of the Yom Kippur War of 1973. Though the Israelis ultimately repulsed the Egyptian and Syrian forces who invaded their country in October, they lost many more tanks and planes than they had in any previous conflict. Though the predominant view of news analysts attributed the losses to the surpirse attack that caught Isreal offguard, Rogers considered the military equipment suppplied to the Arab forces by the Soviet Union might be improved and American defense spending would be certain to increase signifcantly, his insider sources from the CIA told him.

After investigating and confirming this premise, Rogers pinpointed a number of defense companies whose prospects were likely to improve on the strenghth of conracts about to be renewed, such as Northrup, Grumman, Lockheed, E-Systems and Sanders associates. Such companies proved to be something of a threshold to the emerging field of electronic techonolgy and completely filled with George Bush's CIA friends.

Aside from Saudi Arabia, most Arab states before 1973 were too impoverished to be considered good credit risks. The sudden, almost overnight, revolution in their financial status was revealed in a controversial loan that Sir John Stevens secretely negotiated during the Yom Kippur War, in the fall of 1973. On October 6, Egypt, Syria and Iraq attacked Isreal. On October 20, during a fierce, bloody phase of fighting news leaked out of a Morgan-led loan to Abu Dhabi, Isreali tanks had just advanced fifteen miles beyond the Suez Canal, knocking out Egypt's surface-to-air missile batteries. Disclosure of the loan sent up an uproar, especially among the Jewish firms in London. Official British policy was neutral. Then, as now, Morgan Grenfell insisted on the loan's peaceful nature. According to Chris Whittington, "The Abu Dhabi loan was already in the works before the fighting began. We just didn't cancel it."

It was the bank's most controversal loan of the postwar era, sparking heated debate. with each new report, this mystery loan seemed to expand. First announced as a 100 million dollar loan it suspiciously mushroomed to $200 million within three days. Even as Stevens talked of its use for hospitals or budgetary purposes, it sounded patently suspicious. Awash with oil money, the seventy thousand priveleged residents of Abu Dhabi might have enjoyed the world's highest per-capita income. In those years, $200 million was an enormous Eurodollar loan, representing

nearly $3,000 for each Abu Dhabi resident-absurdly wasteful and unneccassary borrowing for a tiny oil shiekdom under ordinary circumstances.

On October 20, it was reported that the loan negotiations had just begun-suggesting that its origins hadn't antedated the war after all. Even the loan's dollar denomination raised eyebrows.

In 1957 Morgan Stanley became an established client of Geroge Soros and along with Alan Greenberg of Bear Sterns, helped him the most in his career, In 1959 became an expert in European securities. The European Coal and Steel Community had been formed seven years earlier and notions of a United States of Europe were in the air. One of the first bargains he

spotted involved Dresner Bank. He learned the bank had a huge portfolio of German industrial shares. He followed it up in 1960 by investigating German insurance companies and discovering an even greater hoard of camouflaed assets, interlocking with a group of German companies.

Morgan Guaranty and Dreyfus were his two biggest clients.

Shortly before Christmas of 1961, he went to see Jack Cath, a Dutchman who was an important figure at Morgan, preparing a report about the Aachen-Munchen group, a German insurance company that was another repository of intricately enmeshed holdings. "I was moving markets with houses like Morgan Guaranty behind me' said George Soros in 1961.

In 1978, when he and Rogers were attending an electronics association meeting in Monterey, California, George Soros and Jim Rogers began to end their business relationship, which ended in 1979.

This clandestine lobbying continue during the 1976 presidental campaign, when Henry Ford II was a leading business fund-raiser for Jimmy Carter. During the fall campaign, Morgan Grenfell shepherded Ford Motor people around the Gulf states, a mission requiring airtight secrecy, given Ford's Motors link with Carter and the potential for political embarrassment among Jewish voters. In February 1977, promoting his proposed Egyptian operation, Ford Motor met privately with President Sadat for several hours.

Sadat saw the Ford plant as a magnet that might draw other companies into an Alexandrian industrial zone. To Ford Motor, Coca Cola, Xerox and other American companies barred from the Arab world, he wanted to offer a deal-invest in Egypt, and he would work to delete them from the blacklist.

In May 1977, Morgan Grenfell nearly pulled off the supreme trick of Middle East Politics. Egypt announced a joint venture with Ford to assemble trucks and diesel engines, Egypts's approval was contingent on Ford's securing the removal of its name from the pan-Arab blacklist. Egypt was to contribute 40 percent of the capital, and Ford Motor 30 percent, with the remaining 30 percent parceled out to the Arab friends Morgan Grenfell had rounded up. In October 1977, after Egypt removed Ford from it's own blacklist, the agreement was signed.

In the end , the project was stillborn, apparently for a variety of reasons. There was thunderous Arab opposition: the lobbying effort hadn't silenced Arab militance or purchased the necessary high-level cooperation Mohammed Mahgoub, Sudanese head of the Arab boycott, bitterly denounced Ford and threatened to boycott products made in the Alexandria plant. And since the plant was to produce for export as well as domestic consumption, this would reduce its value to Ford. Perhaps the greatest sticking point was that the Egyptians, after endless haggling with Morgan Grenfell, refused to modify their Public Law 43, which set rough conditions on foreign investments. Without such changes, Ford felt that it could not operate at a profit.

The Egyptian initiative would disappear, despite public announcements of the deal in 1977 and more meetings that year between Ford officials and Anwar Sadat. It was almost as if it had never happened, so completely was it buried and forgotten. When approached about it Ford Motor wouldn't comment, saying the information was "legally priveleged." And when Henry Ford's close friend Max Fisher was asked, he said, "Frankly, I have never heard of any of this before." It was a Morgan operation in the classic style of Teddy Grenfell, it left no footprints behind.

But it was NATO that delivered first. Soros was a key figure in the propaganda campaign

leading up to the Kosovo war, first through his financing of the American Committee to

Save Bosnia and a whole bevy of groups, many of them militant Muslims, preaching

intervention in the Balkans on behalf of "human rights" The Soros propaganda machine

ceaselessly agitated for war with Serbia, and when it came he and his pet "human rights" activists applauded the longest and the loudest. Now that NATO has come through, Soros must "deliver" ? that is, create profits for himself and his investors.

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The Seagulls making too much noice, please do not feed them

The Seagulls making too much noice, please do not feed them

From: bellbottomblues

To: (addressed to over 300 emails, including the president's whitehouse.gov address)

Date: Jan 20, 2005 - 8:42pm

George Soros and Glass-Stegall/Wirtz, and WerBell and

their Silencer

Mary Bancroft page 137

"Allen in a large sitting room, overlooking the canal that ran along one side of the Baur au Lac Hotel. His briefcase was on the floor near a table covered with papers.

What a nice room I exclaimed

Yes, isn't it said Allen. Take a look at that sign over there by the window. I've got to have some of those signs. Do you think you can get some for me

I laughed as I read the sign he indicated, written in three languages.

Umdie krieschendem MOWEN vom hause ferzuhalten, bittn wir die verehrten Gaste Dieselben nicht zu futtern.

Afin d'eviter tout bruit unutile, la Direction de l'Hotel prie sa clientele de ne pas donner 'a manger aux MOUTETTES.

The SEAGULLS making too much noice, please do not feed them."

"I'm sure I can get you as many of those signs as you want" Mary said, little imagining how quickly noice was to become a code name between them for the Baur au Lac or anyone staying there.

Walked over to the Veltlinerkeller and then stolled along the lake and walked up to a little park behind St. Peters (Vatican) and sat on a bench (Earl Warren) for a while.

Mary Bancroft Book pages 166-170

Allen Dulles had a keen sense between Right and Wrong. He knew that every tree throws a shadow in proportion to its height, and was quite aware that he himself was a rather tall tree.

Sir Kenneth Strong has said that Allen was "the greatest United States professional intelligence officer of his time." that "he might without disrespect be described as the last great Romantic of intelligence - the last of a dying breed that dealt in mystery and intrigue ans was to be replaced by quite a different type of man, as technological advances invaded every branch of intelligence work."

In any case, when it the course of his wartime work he had seemingly to violate any of he geneally accepted ethical or moral values, Allen knew precisely what he was doing and took responsibility for it; said Mary.

In her opinion, this characteristc helped to make him so effective and to win such a degree of loyality from those who worked for him.

Translating Gusevius's book

"About two hundred pages into the manuscript, I came to the following passage:

My partner in the sleeping compartment on the train turned out to be one of the cleverest Gauleiters Hitler had ever had... Erich Koch (KOCK WAS THE TYPING TEACHER aT LANE TECHNICAL, THE HIGH SCHOOL THAT WILHEIM WIRTZ'S SON WENT TO, WIRTZ, FINANCIER OF WER BELL, PARTNER OF WARBURG(FEDERAL RESERVE, AND ENEMY OF MORGANTHAL AND BEN-GURION).), satrap of East Prussia, later of the Ukraine....A first-class demagogue, and adventurer, at home in both the highest and lowest classes of society, in ability he towered above his fellow Gauleiters. Possessed of a vivid imagination, he was always ready to confide - in whispers and under a promise of absolute secrecy - utterly fantastic stories....."In 1933, after passing his bar examination and planning to make a career in

government service, Gesevius had applied for a position in the Prussian Ministry of the Interior and had been recommeneded by Undersecretary Grauert, who he knew slightly, to Rudolf Diels, the newly appointed chief of the Prussian Geheime Staatspolizei. Gisevius had become

friends with Arthur Nebe, his immediate superior and a noted criminolgist, whom the Nazis had retained when they had discovered that their own thugs were incapable of professional police work.

One day Gisevius and Nebe had learned that Diels, encountering a colleague in a department store, had remarked jokingly that he was buying a new hunting jacket because, "Somebody important is going to be bumped off!"

They uncovered enough evidence indicating that the Nazis themselves, not the Communists as the Nazis had proclaimed, had set fire to the Reichstag. A young Dutch communist, Marinus van der lubbe,w itha record of arson, had been in the building on the night of the fire, apparently

quite by chance. Van de Lubbe's presence in the building had gien the Nazis a splendid excuse to stage a spectacular trial, which Gisevius was sent in an official capacity to observe. He had also been, again in the company of Nebe, an eyewitness to many of the events of June 30. 1934.

(Dean Rusk As I saw it)

What made Gisevius's manuscript such dynamite was his description of the many attempts by various general and highly placed civilians to organize a coup d'etat. Initially, these conspirators planned their putsch to take over the govenment simply by removing Hitler from office. Later they realized that they would have to kill him if anything as scomplicated as a coup d'etat were to suceed.

Within the group of conspirators were Hjalmer Schacht, von Hassel the German ambassador in Rome,Carl Goerdeler, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and others. The conspiracy had the blessing of Admiral Canaris head of the Abwehr.

By the time Mary had finished reading Gisevius's book, she had gotten to know Gisevius better, and had realized that there was actually an active opposition at work within Germany itself, and could understand what he was doing in Switzerland. She told Allen it all made sense to her.

Difficult as it might be to believe, the conspirators actually hoped that if they got rid of Hitler, they would be able to take over the whole country and to negotiate peace with the Anglo-Americans, Their hopes went even further: They envisaged the western Allies joining them in a crusade against Russia - and communism. Gisevius had been sent to Switzerland to get in touch with the western Allies. Other emissaries were making similar contacts in Sweden and elsewhere.

Getting rid of Hitler also removed the possibility of him interrupting Averall Harriman's and Prescott Bush's Vatican ratilines.

1915: The globalists wanted the United States to enter World War I, and join the League of Nations after the war. They knew the Germans planned to torpedo the Lusitania on its next voyage across the Atlantic because the German embassy tried to place newspaper ads to warn Americans not to sail on the vessel. State Department officials blocked most of the ads, and assured worried passengers they had no cause for concern. The British Admiralty sent the Lusitania into hostile waters at 3/4 speed, and withdrew the destroyer escort that had been promised so German submarines would have a better target. When the Lusitania went down,

1198 people lost their lives. The media immediately took up the cry, "Remember the Lusitania." That tragedy, along with a skillfully crafted propaganda program, eventually forced the United States into World War I. [16]

Lusitania Warning Notice

http://www.historywiz.com/lusitanianote.htm

Notice!

Travellers intending to embark on the Atlantic voyage are reminded that a state of war exists between Germany and her allies and Great Britain and her allies; that the zone of war includes the waters adjacent to the British Isles; that, in accordance with formal notice given by the Imperial German Government, vessels flying the flag of Great Britain, or any of her allies, are liable to destruction in those waters and that travellers sailing in the war zone on ships of Great

Britain or her allies do so at their own risk.

Imperial German Embassy

Washington, D. C., April 22, 1915

May 7, 1915, a German submarine torpedoed the British Cunard liner Lusitania off the coast of Ireland. One of the direct effects was Allen and Foster's uncle Robert Lansing was named secretary of state for President Woodrow Wilson.

He was with the State Department since 1912. Woodrow Wilson turned to the ubiquitous and wily Colonel Edwin House, a wealthy Texas fixer, when he was elected.

http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/2807/RoadShow1.html reference to the Edwin House family, and Rhodes Scholarship's ( Dean Rusk, Bill Clinton)

Lansing had few resources of his own at the start of the war. The sinking of the Luisitania had effectiely destroyed Secretary of State William Jennings Bryans efforts to keep Wilson and American neutral.

On June 8, 1915 he resigned as president Wilson's secretary of state. Colonel House convinced Wilson to nominate Lansing.

House did not want any rivals for Wilson's ear. Colonel House exacted a price for his sponorship. Frank K Polk, a New York Lawyer and close friend of House's, was appointed counselor with strict orders to report any important information from within the department. Lansing put him

in charge of the department's fledging intelligence operations with the specific task of coordinating the flow of information from the Secret Service of the Treasury, the Army G-2 (military intelligence). the Justice Department's Bureau of Investigation, and other agencies that

regularly collected foreign intelligence. Polk also formalized relations with Sir William Wiseman's intelligence operations at the British Embassy.

During the Dulles's family's August 1915 reunion in Henderson Harbor, Allen Dulles greeted the exciting happenings during his absense with a mix of pride in his Uncle Bert's new job and of anxiety to get in on the dramatic times.

In May 1916 Allen sat for the Foreign Service examination . On May 18 Frank Polk notified him by telegram, "You have been appointed a secretary of Embassay or Legatio of class five in the diplomatic service." A few days later, the New Jersey National Gurad notified Allen that his regiment was beign called to active duty on the Mexican border. The National Guard then said he should go ahead to Washington and that is what he did. On June 3, the U S Embassy in vienna received word that its newly minted grade five clerk would sail on the 17th.

Ambassador Frederic C Penfield telegraphed back "Assignment Dulles pleases me."

On June 17th Dulles shared a "splendid upper room" with James Cabell Bruce, the older brother of his Princeton classmate David Bruce. There were important confidential documents and messages to deliver to Walter Hines Page, the American ambassador to the Court of St James. On this trip Dulles met with intelligence officers for M16, the British foreign spy serive, and many have undergone some rudimentary training in basic spycrsft.. In 1916 Stephenson was already busy briefing fledgling American spies, like William J Donovan, who is called the father of

modern u S Intelligence Born in 1883, ten years before Allen Dulles, donovan was an ambitious attorney and national Guard officer from Buffalo, New york, whose political connections had won him a curious assignement from the Rockefeller Foundation - to glean information abouth the famine that was decimateing Poland, he arrived in London just tow months before Allen Dulles recieved the necessary British visas to travel on through Scandinavia to Poland.

But the British blocked his way. So Donovan turned to Herbert Hoover, then just forty-two . A self-made millionaire in mine engineering, Hoover had by 1916 helped more than 120,000 americans who had been caught by the war away from home to get back to the United States. he

now headed a relief organization that fed and cared for more than ten million Belgians whose homes were part of the war's battlefield. Hoover prompltly hired donovan to go to Belgium and oversee the distribution of the huge shipments of food and clothing that U S church and charity

groups were sending over. The Poland mission is not mentioned again.

As an American official on famine relief service in Belgium Donovan was in a position to render British Intelligence services of great importance. Nigel West, the British intelligence writer,says Donovan went from London directly to Liege, Belgium, where Cardinal Mercier, the Catholic bishop there, put him to work as a courier to gather intelligence reports throughout the network known as The White Lady, th most successful of the operations conducted by M16 during the First World War.

At this time Dulles began his relationship with Prince Maximillian of the Hohenlohe family, which had holdings in Austria, Cartinthia and Hungary, and ties to a former prime minister of the kaiser's Germany. Young Prince Max played an important role in Allens spy career in WW I

and WW II. First, he was a charming friend who was happy to carry messages in and out of the royal court.

Just days before Wilson would ask for the declaration of war, Lansing borrowed John Foster Dulles from the Sullivan and Cromwell law firm and sent him on a secret trip. Foser was to secrue from the governments of the most strategic of he Central American counries promises to support the u S war effort and to assist in the efforts to keep the vital sea lanes of the Panama Canal and the Straits of Florida secure from German naval incurision. Sullivan and Cromwell were supporter of Wilson and his furthering the trading fortunes of the firm's larger corporate and shipping clients. Moreover, Cromwell had been instrumental in arranging financing when Theodore Roosevelt took the Panama Canal project away from its French developers, and remained a political power in the region ever since.

The Paris Peace Conference would conclude before christmas in 1919. the Dresel mission did not leave Paris before christmas as planned and was still stuck in the crillon in mid-january 1920, with problems over Russia.

In the winter of 1919-1920 Wilson set Dulles on another task. William Allen White, the midwestern newspaper editor had been named to head a peace conference on the Turkish island town of Prinkipo to which all the particpants in the Russian civil war were there, with the State

Department's in-house specialsts on Russian affairs.

Foster Dulles returned to new York in 1919. Partner at Sullivan and Cromwell. William Crowell had moved back to Paris to pursue his charities, and Foster was designated as the Williams emissary to push the business interests of American clients in a European market that had

been closed to them since 1914. While he was busy pursuing the needs of the firm's clients abroad, he also served as the legal counsel to the U S Governemnt corporation that made export financing loans to American firms that wanted to sell their products overseas; and unprecedented $400 million in these short term loans were made to commodities and machinery exporters, most of them clients of Cromwell's practice.

Arriving in Berlin in the midst of the Kapp putsch, the most helpful to John Foster was German economist Hjalmaer Horace Schacht. Schacht urged the Dulles brothers to do all they could to draw American capital into Germany.

Before the OSS and M16. for two thousand years the Vatican was the largest spy organisation in the world.

Allen dulles had developed an extraordinary abilty to amass huge amounts of information and to deelop acquaintances at all levels of European life.

In May 1920 when Allen went to State, War and Navy building he found everyone more interested in what he knew about Turkey and Persia than the more dramatic conflict in Berlin. The oilfields of Persia and the old Turkish empire. Britain, Soviet union and Ameican oilmen. Allen had worked both on the Paris conference formal peace treaty with Turkey and also on the daily planning sessions for the failed Prinkipo conference.

In August the State Dept appointed Allen as the first secretary to Admiral Bristol in Constantinople. His orders were to work on getting a peace treaty signed with the Turks, to help American Oil interests (particularly Rockefeller's Standard oil) to secure concessions held by

the Turkish National Oil company. He was also to keep a watch on the Russian border with Persia and turkey.

Clover and Allen Dulles married in Octoer 1920, by Rev Allen Macy Dulles. Went to London and were guests at a U S Embassy lunch to honor lady Astor. A crucial meeting with Sir John Tilley, the Foreign Officer responsible for Turkey and the Middle East. Then they went through Swtzerland to Milan, Venice on to the Triest, Belgrade and Sophia then Constantnople.

They were met at the train by Lamott Belin, a third secretary at the U S Embassy and a member of the Du Pont family. They spent Christmas and the first half of January 1921 as the guests of Belin and his wife, beginning a lifetime friendship between the two couples.

Allen went to work then and won the Admiral Bristol's confidence.

If anything united the Allies, it was the oils fields of Persia and Bessarbia. American and British troops were in Siberia and elsewhere with a division of Czech soldiers who were guarding the trans-Siberian railroad. A leading Russian commander who was headquartered in constantinople, Baron Nikolayevich Wrangel, was pro-American His father had been the czar's last governor of Alaska and a famous explorer of what was now the American part of the Arctic. The baron and his wife made friends with Clover, who organized a group of diplomatic corp wives to go daily to the Russian refugee camps to deliver supplies and conduct classes in everything from crafts to English. Henry Morganthau was the ambassador to Turkey early in the War. Allen and Clover met Betty Carp, hired by Morganthau.

In 1922 Allen and Clover returned to American. Allen had spent considerable time in Ankara, where Kemel Ataturk had establihed his nationalist government. The Lausanne treaty signed in 1923. In March 1922 Allen was notified he had been appointed head of the Middle Eastern

Affairs division of state. He and Clover bade farewell to their remaining friends (the Belins had alreay been posted to Paris), spent a brief holiday in Paris before arrive to New York on April 7

Washiington Naval disarmament Treay of 1922, by Harding.

in September Allen spent a couple of long weekends at Longwood, the spectular Du Pont estate in Delaware, with his old friends Mott Belin and his wife.

The Hill is a non-partisan, non-ideological weekly newspaper covering Congress and its members. ... has been owned by the family of diplomat "Mott" Belin for more than 80 years and had been ... by the family of diplomat "Mott" Belin for more than 80 years .

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Date: Jan 20, 2005 - 8:42pm

Philip Foise, who as foreign editor directed coverage of Vietnam at the Washington Post. Foise was married to Dean Rusk's sister. The Rusk's and the Foise's would dine together once a month. Foise's nineteen year old son fled to Canada to avoid being drafted.

The eulogy at Agnes's Myers's funeral was delivered by Earl Warren. She died September 1, 1970

Earl Warren and Robert Oppenheimer used to lunch at Agnes house at Mount Kisco

Eugene Meyers' funeral attracted eight hundred of Washington's most powerful. Earl Warren gave the eulogy. Eugene died July 17, 1959

Woodward/Joe Kennedy

"It was no mistake" said Ed Marger, "that Mitch was on one of the lead tanks in the Marine invasion of the Dominican Republic in the early 1960's.

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The most significant product, developed under Mitch's guidance, was a weapon system so lethally and even beautifully efficient that it made Ian Flemings paraphernalia obsolete. It consisted of a sub-machine gun and a silencer of suppressor, each made for the other, and each

representing a giant step forward in the state-of-the-art of killing.

Cassini and his designing brother were directors of a New York public relations firm, Martial and company, which handled foreign government accounts and was registered wih the Justice Department under the Foreign Agents Act. However, Cassini, failed to resgister re Dominican

Republic. Only weeks after Jack Kennedy's inauguration, Cassini called on Joe Kennedy to deliver a warning; the Dominican Republic seemed on the verge of exploding in a leftist revolution. In 1960 Washington had broken off diplomatic relations with the Trujillo regime and had imposed sever economic sanctions. Cassini suggested that the adminstration send

someone to Santo Domingo to confer with Trujillo. Kennedy passed on the warning to his son.

According to Trujillo's Secretary of State security, Arturo Espaillat, Cassini's estimate of the dominican situation was "very erroneous." No revolution was in sight.

The President acted on Cassini's suggestion. To undertake the mission, the State Department recalled from retirement the respected career diplomat Robert Murphy. In mid-April 1961, Murphy secretly visitied the dominican Republic and talked with Trujillo and other officials at the Presidential Palace. Cassini was also there. The dictator was urged to take steps toward liberalization of his regime. A former US Marine who liked and trusted Americans, Trujillo listened closely to learn how he might get back in Washington's good graces.

Dominican officials in the US sent encouraging reports. Following Cassini's first meeting with kennedy, luis R Mercado, Dominican Consul General in New York, wrote to Trujillo that "he (Cassini) entertains the idea of arranging a meeting for you with Mr Joseph Kennedy, father of

the President, or with the President himself, both of whom, according to Cassini, are his intimate friends and maintain close and frequent relations." Shortly after Murphy's visit, Mercado again reported: " I received a call from my friend Cassini to inform me that the father of the President Kennedy had just notified him that the President had been very well impressed by the magnificent report given to him by his emissary, Mr Robert Murphy." On May 13,, Mercado wrote still another letter: "Both Murphy and himself (Cassini) know from confidential talks with the eldest Kennedy that they President had already decided to act favorably in the dominican case, even going over the heads of the adverse opinions in the Department of State. In fact, the White House later said Murphy's "reporting" memorandum to the President recommended no action, and none was taken. Nothing came of the Cassini-Murphy mission, except that may have put Trujillo off guard. On May 30, 1961 on a lonely stretch of seashore highway, his car was ambushed and Trujillo died. May 30, 1961, JFK met with Ben-Gurion in New York.

In July 1962, the NY Times broke the story of the Cassini-Kennedy convesations leading to the Murphy mission, and quoted from the Mercado lettters, which the new Dominican government had found in Trujillo's archives. Cassini denied the accuracy of the Mercado letters. However

joe Kennedy's good friend was in deep trouble. In February 1963, Cassini was arraigned in a Washington federal court on charges of failure to register as a foreign agent, and pleaded not guilty. Just before his trial, eight months later, he changed his plea to no contest and was fined ten thousand dollars and placed on six months probation.

Trujillo, during his talk with Murphy, had complained that his enemies in the US Press and government never would forgive him for having been right about the Fidel Castro's ties with communism as early as 1949. Murphy, according to one of the present, then offered an interesting prognostication: "Well pretty soon there won't be any Cuban problem. Castro is a dead duck." the date was April 16, 1961.

That night, in the blackness of the Bay of Pigs, fifteen hundred anti-communist Cubans, trained and armed by the CIA began an invasion of Cuba. the original invasion plan had been compromised because of political considerations. Whatever chance of success remained in the

final hours vanished.

Joe Kennedy placed the blame squarely on the CIA, as did members of the administation. During the Eisenhower administration, he had served on a civilian watchdog committee responsible for monitoring intelligence activities. "I know that outfit," Kennedy said of CIA, and I wouldn't pay them a hundred bucks a week. It's a lucky thing they were found out early; the best thing that could have happened, in fact. Cuba gave this Adminstration a chance to be great.

Rapist-murderer Woodward/Murphy

1958 when Deputy Under Secretary of State Robert Murphy (Robert Woodward) was dispatched to Lebanon to attempt to defuse the crisis, his instructions came from the Department of State and he reported to the Secretary of State rather than directly to the White House, as became the practice during the height of the Vietnam conflict.

MURPHY ROBERT DANIEL

Germany 1944-1949 Belgium 1949-1952 Japan 1952-1953

Murphy, Robert Daniel (1894 -1978) Diplomat, business executive; born in Milwaukee, Wis., October 28, 1894. His long diplomatic career began in 1920. He helped to negotiate with Vichy France (1940) and was U.S. Ambassador to Belgium (1949-52) and Japan (1952). He was President Eisenhower's personal representative in Lebanon (1958). He later served as

a chairman and director for Corning Glass International.

Robert Murphy-He was President Eisenhower's personal representative in Lebanon (1958)

COPELAND MILES

Britain 1943-1990 Syria 1947-1949 Egypt 1952-1955 Iran 1953 Lebanon 1957-1963

Eisenhower's state Dept (Robert Forbes Woodward) severed diplomatic relations on 26 August and in January 1961 suspended the export of truck, parts, crude oil gasoline and other petroleum products. Eisenhower with OAS sanctions cut drastically purchases of Dominican sugar, that country's major export. This action ultimately cost the

Dominican Republic almost $22,000,000 in lost revenues at a time when

its economy was in a rapid decline.

The day after Trujillos death, the Caribbean ready Amphibious Squadron permanently station in the Caribbean since Castro seized power in 1959 had additional forecs enroute to the Caribean. Two destroyers visited Haitian ports Admirial Dennison believed both ships would help stabalize

Haitian government and proved key intelligence information. June 9th, JCS ordered Dennison to decrease overall forces. The rest of Task Force 122 phased into exercise Axle Grease from 14-17 june to test Caribbean contingency Plan.

Richard GoodwIn

(Robert Woodward) advised Kennedy to negotiate with Trujillos son' government under the shadow of the US Fleet until Goodwin and Woodward could overthrow the country and install who they wanted. In November with the Caribbean Ready Amphibious Squadron already in the

area, other ships were sent. The carrier Franklin D Rosevelt, the helicopter carrier Valley Forge and other amphibious ships with 1,800 Marines on board, the Cruiser Little Rock, 12 destroyers. On November 19 Little Rock, Hyman , Bristol and Beatty steamed back and forth in from of the capital city in a show of force operation codenamed Seagull. Before a new US Dominican policy had been established, President Kennedy was assassinated.

In the summer of 1942, Peirre Pucheu, French Cabinet member and director of the privately owned Worms Bank in Nazi-occupied Paris, had a meeting at the BIS with Bosianger. Pucheu told Boisanger that plans were afoot for Eisenhower to invade North Africa. He had obtained this information through a friend of Robert Murphy, US State Dept representative in vichy. Voisanger contracted Kurt von Schroeder. Immediately, Schroeder and other German bankers, along with their French correspondents, transferred 9 billion gold francs via the BIS to Algiers. Anticipating German defeat, they were seeking a killing in dollar exchange. The collaborationists boosted their holdings from $350 to $535 million almost overnight. The deal was made with the colusion of Thomas H McKittrick(Morgan Bank), Hermann Schmitz, Emil Puhl (Schacht) and the

Japanese directors of the BIS. Another collaborator in the scheme was one of the Vatican's espionage group who leaked the secret to others in the Hitler High command - according to a statement made under oath by Otto Abetz to American officials on June 21, 1946.

In the spring of 1943, McKittrick, ignoring the normal restrictions of war, undertook a remarkable jouney, Despite the fact he was neither Italian nor diplomat and that Italy was at war with the United States, he was issued an Italian diplomaic visa to travel by train and auto to

Rome. At the border he was met by Himmler's special police, who gave him safe conduct. McKittrick proceeded to Lisbon, whence he traveled with immunity from U-boats by Swedish ship to the United States. In Manhattan in April, he had meetings with Leon Fraser, his old friend and BIS predecessor and with the heads of the Federal Reserve Bank. Then McKittrick traveled to Berlin on a US Passport to provide Emil Puhl (Schacht) of the Reichsbank with secret intelligence on financial problems and high-level attitudes in the United States.

The Nazi government had 85 million swiss gold francs on deposit in the BIS.

I"t was no mistake" said Ed Marger, "that Mitch was on one of the lead tanks in the Marine invasion of the Dominican Republic in the early 1960's.

Quantum

The most significant product, developed under Mitch's guidance, was a weapon system so lethally and even beautifully efficient that it made Ian Flemings paraphernalia obsolete. It consisted of a sub-machine gun and a silencer of suppressor, each made for the other, and each

representing a giant step forward in the state-of-the-art of killing.

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Bob Woodward and the Bancrofts

Bob Woodward read a story in the Washingtonian magazine in which the publication rate the area's judges. Bob and another reporter, Bill Bancroft, got the idea to run a story rating the area's high school principals

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When Kennedy first took office, nobody could have foreseen the course of International banking in the 1960's. What was apparent was the President had to staunch a massive outflow of American capital. The House of Morgan braced for an era in which American multinationals would get their fianancing abroad.

In late 1962, Alexander, presiding over a turbulent meeting, asked a question that had not been heard for over thirty years, should the House of Morgan return to underwriting, this time in Paris? The Fed passed a tentative ruling that Glass-Stengell would pose no obstacle outside the

United States. Evan Galbraith was then with the bank, would later be the Ambassador to France. the plan called for a new Parisian underwriting subsidiary Morgan et Compagnie, Societe Anonyme, with Morgan Grenfell and Mees and Hope of Holland as passive minority shareholders. The name Morgan et Compagnie had been dormant since the Guaranty merger. Morgan Stanley did not join this invitation to enter European banking.

On July 18, 1963, Kennedy proposed an Interest Equalization Tax to throttle the dollar outflow, penalizing the sale of some foreign securities to American investors. Alexander assembled Morgan officers that afternoon and said; " This is a day that you will all remember forever, It will change the face of American banking and force all the business off to London. It will take years to get rid of this legislation." Two years later, Johnson imposed voluntary restraints on

lending to foreign borrowers. The first Eurodollars had come into being after World War II, when the Soviet union deposited its dollars at athe Banque Commerciale pour l'Europe du Nord in Paris and in London's Moscow Nardony Bank, In time, Euro came to signify any currency held

outside its country or origin. In other words, Eurodollars are dollars held outside the United States, Euroyen are yen held outside Japan, ets. By the mid- 1980's this free-floating unregulated market would become $2.5 trillion in deposits. Éuromarkets were immediately congenial to the House of Morgan.

Early in the Johnson adminstration the lifted the restriction of American banks keeping Eurodollar accounts in branches abroad. In Paul Volker, Morgans had its paladin for the next twenty-five years.

While Morgan Grenfell dozed, that perennial London iconclast Siegmund Warburg, sponsered the first Eurobond issue for the Italian Autostrade in 1963. In Paris, Morgan would launch its assault on global securites markets.

Meanwhile, in Paris, Morgan et Compagnie SA made what looked like an extremely auspicious debut. In February 1963, it launched a Euroequity stock issue for Germany's largest mail order house. Neckermann, which owned 23 department stores. In taking his company public, founder Josef Neckermann planned to retain a majority interest. Frederick Flick, possibly Germany's richest man, the scion of a steel family and a convicted war criminal, wished to sell his Neckermann stake. Neckermann feared that these shares would fall into the hands of German banks, where are permitted to hold industrial stakes. He was particulary eager to bypass Duetsche Bank, Germany's largest global syndication, with only a small portion of the shares allotted to Germany.

For the new Paris operation, the Neckermann issued seemed a smashing success. Morgans bought the $30 - million issue, then turned around and resold it the Belgian, Swiss and Dutch banks. In London, where Morgan Grenfell led a large purchasing group, the issue shot up to a premium. Said Evan Galbraith, then a leading Morgan man in Paris: "It was the first internationally marketed issue." There was one tell tale hint of trouble, however. When Morgans sent out the offering by telex, German banks didn't answer. When Deutsche Bank then complained about the issue's being sold outside Germany, Galbraith said Morgans was simply

heeding the client wishes. He didn't quite fathom the depth of anger he had aroused or how deeply he had offended tradition. Deutsche Bank would bide its time and get even in extremely dramatic fashion.

Credit Suisse, Swiss Bank Corporation and Union Bank of Switzerland formed a cartel that dominated Swiss franc issues, and outside banks defied them at their own peril. The Morgan Paris operation did just that in September 1963, when the city of Copenhagenn wished to raise

money and its treasurer consulted friends at Morgan Grenfell. Someone had the bright idea that since interest rates were low in Switzerland, why not dominate the issue in Swiss francs. The Swiss bank was furious. The Swiss government told Washington that if further flotations occured, they would convert dollars into gold and sink the dollar. They refused to let their money function as an international currency. They also pressured the Bank of England. The ill-fated Copenhagen issue was both the first and the last Swiss-franc Euroissue for a generation.

Manwhile, the Germans still smarted from the Neckermann issue and awaited a chance to retaliate when Morgan et Compagnie SA announced an issue for another German mail-order house, Frederick Schwab and Company, Duetsche Bank saw its golden opportunity for revenge. Instead of obtaining written contracts from underwriters, Morgans proceeded with far more tenuous "indications of interest." This would prove a fatal mistake. The firm also enlisted a small German trade-union bank that would prove too weak to stop the coming onslaught. Once the issue was announced, Deutsche Bank sprang its power play, putting intense pressure on banks around the world not to participate. It was a full-scale disaster for Morgans, which had to swallow $9 million worth of $13-million stock issue, a huge amount for those days. The New York office was stunned.

Debt Restructuring Schacht

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WerBell, veteran of the OSS in China, he worked under contract to the CIA in the !960s, organized amphibious landings against Cuba from a base in the Dominican Republic; people died. When anti-Castro activity simmered down toward the decade's end, he traveled back and forth

between Atlanta and Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia, conferring with CIA officials, Siamese princes and Asian intelligence czars on the subject of programmatic liquidations. On these trips WerBell was provided with a high security clearance, military aides, and transport by the Army.

WerBell was also given the uniform and rank of an American general - a temporary warrant, yet hardly a privilege lightly bestowed.

George Bush--U.S. Liaison Officer, People's Republic of China, 1974-75.

The Georgian Woodrow Wilson, and his Georgian Treasury Secretary McAdoo started the Federal Reserve, with the Warbugs and JP Morgan

Other attractions inherent in the Beijing posting are suggested by the fact that Bush's predecessor in Beijing was David K.E. Bruce, who had opened the liason office in March, 1973. Bruce had been the chief of the London bureau of the Office of Strategic Services during World War II, which meant that he had been the boss of all European OSS operations, including Allen Dulles in Switzerland and all the rest. The presence in Beijing of Bruce, a true eminence grise of Anglo-American intelligence, points up the importance of the post, especially in the covert and

intelligence domain.

China and the 1929 Great Depression

abstract It is often said that the silver standard had insulated the Chinese economy from the Great Depression that prevailed in the gold standard countries during the 1929-35 period. Using econometric testing and counterfactual simulations, we show that if China had been on the gold standard (or on the gold-exchange standard), the balance of trade of this semi-closed economy would have been ameliorated, but the general price level would have declined significantly. Due to limited statistics, two important factors (the GDP and industrial production level) are not included in the analysis, but the general argument that the silver standard was a lifeboat to the Chinese economy remains defensible.

(1963-China and the Soviet Union severed relations)

Quantum

In 1967, after his failure to seize Haiti for the Cubans, WerBell returned to the Farm, but not to rest. His most important project was about to reach fruitation, and it seemed to him that he was on the brink of millions. The project involved a firm he owned - SIONICS, Inc. The acronym stood for "Studies In the Operational Negation of Insurgents and Counter-Subversion." It was, of course, a workshop in assassination.

The most significant product, developed under Mitch's guidance, was a weapon system so lethally and even beautifully efficient that it made Ian Flemings paraphernalia obsolete. It consisted of a sub-machine gun and a silencer of suppressor, each made for the other, and each

representing a giant step forward in the state-of-the-art of killing.

There are not one but two sounds made by a weapon's firing. The first is that of the powder exploding; the second is the sonic boom that results when a high-velocity shell exceeds the sound barrier. Wer Bells's supressor virtually eliminated the first noise. The second sound could also be prevented: all that was necessary was for the shooter to lower the velocity of his bullet by using less powder than usual. This done, the weapon made less noise than a cap pistol and, with the powder flash smothered, rendered the sniper less visible than ever before. (Soldiers in Vietnam, however, found that the sonic boom had its own utility; because the bullet moved faster that the speed of sound, those being shot heard the shot only as it moved away from them. As a consequence their first reaction was to retreat into the direction from which the shots came from- walking backwards into the same shots.)

It is curious that no one seems to have mentioned this characteristic in connection with the John F Kennedy assassination, in which both the number and direction of shots fired are still debated. If a silencer was used in combination with another, unsilenced rifle, witnesses located in different parts of the caravan and Dealy Plaza would have heard the shots coming from different directions. Unanimity would have been impossible on the subject of the gunfire's origins.

And the silencer was cost effective too. According to WerBell, his suppressors, used on Army sniper rifles, "killed nineteen hundred V C in six months. Those V C took only one-point-three rounds per kill. Twenty-seven cents apiece they cost Uncle Sam. that's the greatest cost-effectiveness the Army's ever known." Former Green Beret officer Robert K Brown, citing congressional hearings on the matter, points out that fifty thousand rounds of ammunition were expended for each enemy killed in Vietnam by conventional methods. At almost a nickel a round,

that works out to about $2,300 a body, Werell's method method accomplished the same end for about a quarter. Clearly, it was a devastating technological "advance."

Doubly-devastating, that is, because it was expressly designed for use with automatic and semi-automatic weapons, guns that had formerly resisted silent operations. And the particular gun that WerBell had in mind, the other half of the weapons system, was the super-sleek Ingram

M-10/M-11 LISP (Lightweight Individual Special Purpose) "machine-pistol."

Developed at SONICS by Gordon Ingram, the M-10 makes killing easier than ever before. Consider: capable of firing 700 rounds per minute at an effective range of two hundred fifty to three hundred yards, it is ideal for use with either .45-calier or 9-millimeter ammunition. Weighing less than seven pounds, the M-10 submachine gun combines the firepower of an automatic weapon with the convience of a pistol; and with its stock telescoped, the weapon is less than a foot long.

Even smaller and more advanced is the Ingram M-11. Weighing less than four pounds, ti fires 850 rounds per minute )fourteen shots per second) and utilized .380 caliber-ammo - a subsonic cartridge. Fitted with a precision Starlight scope for evening assignments, it is the Ferrari of

clandestine weapons systems.

Introduced in 1969, the silencer with Ingram could be purchased for slightly less than one hundred dollars. "SIONICS," WerBell says, "was vastly undefinanced.: A factory needed to be built, salesman hired, and so forth. to raise the required capital, WerBelltook to the skies in a private jet, searching out (ad)venture capitalists. With marvelous applications for snipers and assassins, the gun itself might actually replace the ancient .45 and serve in support of the standard M-16 rifle. Generally, America's Vietnam gound-combat strategy was one of saturation

fire. If a jungle looded hostile, if something moved, or if someone was actually shooting, GI's would put their guns on "rock 'n roll" and empty clip after clip into the area. And, of course, if you take the five minutes necessary to pour four thousand rounds per soldier into a space the size of a department store, something or soneone's bound to fall. but what about the soldiers in support-the cook, the driver, the orderly, the seven or so guys who must support each man at the front. they couldn't be lugging M-16's wherever they went, and in fact, they didn't . Which is to say, most GI's were, most of the time, unarmed. And, because unsurgents preferred to hit and run, sap and split at unexpected times and inconvenient hours, the unarmed solder was always at hazard. What he needd, WerBell theorized, was a small, lightweight machine pistol - an M-10 - loaded with hard-hitting .45 caliber-ammunition and capable of withering automatic fire. It seemed that for every M-16 sold, more than half-a-dozen Ingrams could be flogged.

He would demonstrate the weapons system'e afficiency in any of several inappropriate places. In expensive hotel suites and in the offices of staid investment bankers such as Brown Brothers, Harriman. Prospective shareholders would watch while WerBell attached the silencer to the M-11, slamming a clip into place. He'd arrange a stack of telephone directories on the floor and then fire a few silenced rounds into the phone books. Those outside the room would prove oblivious to the gunfire nearby. The sibilant of the bullets ripping into the directores was softer and less disturbing than the noise made by the opening of a pop-top can.

Even more persuasive were demonstrations carried out at The Farm. Unrged to try the gun themselves, investors were invited to WerBell's estate in Powder Springs.

WerBell found investors- twenty nine of them who collectively chipped in seven million dollars. Forming a holding company called Quantum Ordnance Bankers, later changed to the Quantum Corporation. the moneymen submerged WerBell's SIONICS into a newly established manufacturing subsidiary, the Military Armaments Corporation (MAC) placing WerBell in overall command of the firm's operations. He had not only invented the suppressor, but he's worked closely with the guns' designers and had excellent contacts among international arms dealers,

Third World police/intelligence services, and Pentagon officials.

Rosser Scott Reeves III is Board chairman of the Quantum Corporation, and heir to one of America's advertising fortunes. Its stockholders, having extracted an oath of secrecy from their chairman, have indirectly stoked rumors of a "right-wing consortium, a "Mr Big," and even a "Third Force" (whatever that might be).

These American financial elite were determined to remain anonymous. One belongs to the John Birch Society, one is a president of a hockey team and the director of an ice-cream company, another Charles Spoffard of the CIA, Edmund Lynch, of Merrill Lynch, Pierce (Barbara), Fenner and Smith, Hopie Ryan Gardner, a grain magnate, and a chairman of the Metroolitan Opera, and rather incongruoulsy for an investor in submachine guns - a trustee of Union Theological Seminary. Each had his or her reasons for wanting to be a secret partner of WerBells.

Another stockholder in Quantum was a director of the Fund for Peace a trustee of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, and a $250,000 McGovern campaign backer, Stewart Rawlings Mott, inherted a monlithic wad of General Motors stock.

Dividends on the GM stock alone (he has millions invested elsewhere) are estimated to bring in more than $1,300,000 in annual, unearned income. He has the ears of Post editor Ben Bradlee, superlawyer Edward Bennet Willimas, and Senator Percy and Dan Rather. It was his money that

funded the Committee for an Effective congress, the group which purged so many congressional committee chairmen after Watergate; and it was his money that helped John Marks establish the Center for national Security Studies.

To explain Mott's secret financial alliance with John Birchers, CIA agnets and the spooks of Georgia, he has a a simple and ridiculous explanation.

Confronted with the fact of his bizarre partnership, he says that it in no way contradicts his committment to peace and disarmament.

HE SAID HE MADE THE DECISION TO INVEST IN QUANTUM WHILE "ON A PEACE

MISSION" TO MOSCOW. TURNING TO HIS FINANCIAL ADVISOR FOR CONFIRMATION,

HE ADDS, "WE WEREN'T PARTICULARLY INTERESTED IN THE MILITARY ASPECTS

ANYWAY."

Mott said the silencer worked so well, they thought it could be adapted to snowmobiles and lawn mowers. the investment was an invironmental on. to reduce noise. He said he wasn't interested in its military applications. His aide adds. ""we were very surprised - completely taken aback- when they found out about the , uhh, military orientation."

Completely taken aback." Mott says.

There was no effort to adapt the silence to anything other than killing, nor had there been any plans to do so. That his should have been surprised at the "military orientation" of the enterprise seems disengenuous; his advisors had visited the Farm, observed the destruction of ballons and paint cans, and seen WerBell parading in what Mott's aide called his "paramilitary costume"

The Quantum subsidiary charged with the responsibility of manufacturing the M-10 and M-11 Ingrams was named Environmental Industries, Inc. WerBell says the name was based on the notion that the Ingrams had a great contribution to make in the area of "population control" If Mott, residing in Manhattan was genuinely concerned about the noise of lawn mowers and snowmobiles (of which Manhattan has neither), he must have thought it strange that the president of the weapons division of the Research, Development and Engineering Directorate of the Army's Materiel command, Colonel John S Wood. Woods successor denounced Wood's alliance with Quantum and the Army defered the decision to replace the .45 with Ingrams.

Stewart Mott gave the go-ahead to invest in Quantum while he was on a 'peace mission' t Russia, that's what he called it He wanted to adopt it to snowblowers. Question to WerBell "Did you ever try to adapt the silencer for other uses." WerBell, "That question is so dumb, I'm not even going to dignify it with an answer. Of course, we didn't. " "Stupidest thing I ever heard. "How you goning to adapt a helical suppressor for a forty-five caliber submachine gun to work on a grass

cutter."

In 1972 the Georgian was running the death factory as a family store, and WerBell and quantum divided the unsold inventory of fourteen thousand Ingrams and WerBell started a new corporation, Defense Systems International. Future Ingram distributirs, were Cuban exiles Alliegro, Alabama arms merchant Stuart Graydon, and Kenny Burnstine, of Karol Investments. Other sales agents from Panama to Burma Bangui to Paraguay, would come aboard in time.

Scott Reeves bears no hostility toward WerBell, reserving for the "those idiots in the Pentagon and the State Department.

Milton Friedman and his monetarist followers were thrilled, because his theories of managing the money supply could be employed -- as long as the closing of the gold window was permanent, not temporary. This led Friedman to use all his influence with conservative think tanks and bankers -- again with Wriston at Citicorp -- to persuade Nixon to name George Shultz the Treasury Secretary. It was Shultz, then, who did the formal execution of Bretton Woods in early 1973, announcing a permanent floating of the dollar. As the de facto price of gold had floated up to $140 from the official $40, the oil-producing countries immediately set to work to quadruple the oil price.

When in 1972 all the power-structure capital had converted its dollars into gold, oil, or other highly concentrated and mobile equities, then-George Shultz, Milton Friedman and Arthur Laffer severed the U.S.A. dollar from its government-guaranteed gold equity value of

$35 per ounce, the U.S.A. people’s dollar buying power plummeted—, in 1980, being worth

only 5 cents of the 1971 U.S.A. dollar. America is utterly bankrupt externally in terms of balance of trade due to its own oil companies now operating as Arabian business

Arthur Laffer, one of the first ones in The ambassador to the Vatican's correspondence. George Soros's Firm founded in 1973, oversaw more than US 20 billion in assets in the 1990's

Open Society

From the start of the collaboration of Soros and Jim Rogers from Alabama Soros was the captain, the senior parter, the man who made the choices, handled the trades, and, in his words "pulled the trigger."

Soros's Quantum Fund. Under the laws of Curacao, where the fund is legally chartered, it is illegal for any of its directors or representatives to identify any shareholder by name. In addition to the Curaco based corporation, there was also Quantum Partners, chartered

in the Cayman Islands.

Rogers from Alabama, with the help of his research and Miles Copeland, and George Bush's other friends in the CIA, its backing of companies that serviced oil drilling paid off very well as oil prices rose. Rogers was one of the first analysts to foresee a great surge in defense stocks in the mid-seventies. Since the end of the Viet Nam war Rogers was one of the first analysts to foresee a great surge in defense stocks in the mid-seventies. Since the end of the vietnam War, such stocks had been fairly inert, but Rogers predicted this would change as a result of the Yom Kippur War of 1973. Though the Israelis ultimately repulsed the Egyptian and Syrian forces who invaded their country in October, they lost many more tanks and planes than they had in any previous conflict. Though the predominant view of news analysts attributed the losses to the surpirse attack that caught Isreal offguard, Rogers considered the military equipment suppplied to the Arab forces by the Soviet Union might be improved and American defense spending would be certain to increase signifcantly, his insider sources from the CIA told him.

After investigating and confirming this premise, Rogers pinpointed a number of defense companies whose prospects were likely to improve on the strenghth of conracts about to be renewed, such as Northrup, Grumman, Lockheed, E-Systems and Sanders associates. Such companies proved to be something of a threshold to the emerging field of electronic techonolgy and completely filled with George Bush's CIA friends.

Aside from Saudi Arabia, most Arab states before 1973 were too impoverished to be considered good credit risks. The sudden, almost overnight, revolution in their financial status was revealed in a controversial loan that Sir John Stevens secretely negotiated during the Yom Kippur War, in the fall of 1973. On October 6, Egypt, Syria and Iraq attacked Isreal. On October 20, during a fierce, bloody phase of fighting news leaked out of a Morgan-led loan to Abu Dhabi, Isreali tanks had just advanced fifteen miles beyond the Suez Canal, knocking out Egypt's surface-to-air missile batteries. Disclosure of the loan sent up an uproar, especially among the Jewish firms in London. Official British policy was neutral. Then, as now, Morgan Grenfell insisted on the loan's peaceful nature. According to Chris Whittington, "The Abu Dhabi loan was already in the works before the fighting began. We just didn't cancel it."

It was the bank's most controversal loan of the postwar era, sparking heated debate. with each new report, this mystery loan seemed to expand. First announced as a 100 million dollar loan it suspiciously mushroomed to $200 million within three days. Even as Stevens talked of its use for hospitals or budgetary purposes, it sounded patently suspicious. Awash with oil money, the seventy thousand priveleged residents of Abu Dhabi might have enjoyed the world's highest per-capita income. In those years, $200 million was an enormous Eurodollar loan, representing

nearly $3,000 for each Abu Dhabi resident-absurdly wasteful and unneccassary borrowing for a tiny oil shiekdom under ordinary circumstances.

On October 20, it was reported that the loan negotiations had just begun-suggesting that its origins hadn't antedated the war after all. Even the loan's dollar denomination raised eyebrows.

In 1957 Morgan Stanley became an established client of Geroge Soros and along with Alan Greenberg of Bear Sterns, helped him the most in his career, In 1959 became an expert in European securities. The European Coal and Steel Community had been formed seven years earlier and notions of a United States of Europe were in the air. One of the first bargains he

spotted involved Dresner Bank. He learned the bank had a huge portfolio of German industrial shares. He followed it up in 1960 by investigating German insurance companies and discovering an even greater hoard of camouflaed assets, interlocking with a group of German companies.

Morgan Guaranty and Dreyfus were his two biggest clients.

Shortly before Christmas of 1961, he went to see Jack Cath, a Dutchman who was an important figure at Morgan, preparing a report about the Aachen-Munchen group, a German insurance company that was another repository of intricately enmeshed holdings. "I was moving markets with houses like Morgan Guaranty behind me' said George Soros in 1961.

In 1978, when he and Rogers were attending an electronics association meeting in Monterey, California, George Soros and Jim Rogers began to end their business relationship, which ended in 1979.

This clandestine lobbying continue during the 1976 presidental campaign, when Henry Ford II was a leading business fund-raiser for Jimmy Carter. During the fall campaign, Morgan Grenfell shepherded Ford Motor people around the Gulf states, a mission requiring airtight secrecy, given Ford's Motors link with Carter and the potential for political embarrassment among Jewish voters. In February 1977, promoting his proposed Egyptian operation, Ford Motor met privately with President Sadat for several hours.

Sadat saw the Ford plant as a magnet that might draw other companies into an Alexandrian industrial zone. To Ford Motor, Coca Cola, Xerox and other American companies barred from the Arab world, he wanted to offer a deal-invest in Egypt, and he would work to delete them from the blacklist.

In May 1977, Morgan Grenfell nearly pulled off the supreme trick of Middle East Politics. Egypt announced a joint venture with Ford to assemble trucks and diesel engines, Egypts's approval was contingent on Ford's securing the removal of its name from the pan-Arab blacklist. Egypt was to contribute 40 percent of the capital, and Ford Motor 30 percent, with the remaining 30 percent parceled out to the Arab friends Morgan Grenfell had rounded up. In October 1977, after Egypt removed Ford from it's own blacklist, the agreement was signed.

In the end , the project was stillborn, apparently for a variety of reasons. There was thunderous Arab opposition: the lobbying effort hadn't silenced Arab militance or purchased the necessary high-level cooperation Mohammed Mahgoub, Sudanese head of the Arab boycott, bitterly denounced Ford and threatened to boycott products made in the Alexandria plant. And since the plant was to produce for export as well as domestic consumption, this would reduce its value to Ford. Perhaps the greatest sticking point was that the Egyptians, after endless haggling with Morgan Grenfell, refused to modify their Public Law 43, which set rough conditions on foreign investments. Without such changes, Ford felt that it could not operate at a profit.

The Egyptian initiative would disappear, despite public announcements of the deal in 1977 and more meetings that year between Ford officials and Anwar Sadat. It was almost as if it had never happened, so completely was it buried and forgotten. When approached about it Ford Motor wouldn't comment, saying the information was "legally priveleged." And when Henry Ford's close friend Max Fisher was asked, he said, "Frankly, I have never heard of any of this before." It was a Morgan operation in the classic style of Teddy Grenfell, it left no footprints behind.

But it was NATO that delivered first. Soros was a key figure in the propaganda campaign

leading up to the Kosovo war, first through his financing of the American Committee to

Save Bosnia and a whole bevy of groups, many of them militant Muslims, preaching

intervention in the Balkans on behalf of "human rights" The Soros propaganda machine

ceaselessly agitated for war with Serbia, and when it came he and his pet "human rights" activists applauded the longest and the loudest. Now that NATO has come through, Soros must "deliver" ? that is, create profits for himself and his investors.

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The Seagulls making too much noice, please do not feed them

The Seagulls making too much noice, please do not feed them

From: bellbottomblues

To: (addressed to over 300 emails, including the president's whitehouse.gov address)

Date: Jan 20, 2005 - 8:42pm

George Soros and Glass-Stegall/Wirtz, and WerBell and

their Silencer

Mary Bancroft page 137

"Allen in a large sitting room, overlooking the canal that ran along one side of the Baur au Lac Hotel. His briefcase was on the floor near a table covered with papers.

What a nice room I exclaimed

Yes, isn't it said Allen. Take a look at that sign over there by the window. I've got to have some of those signs. Do you think you can get some for me

I laughed as I read the sign he indicated, written in three languages.

Umdie krieschendem MOWEN vom hause ferzuhalten, bittn wir die verehrten Gaste Dieselben nicht zu futtern.

Afin d'eviter tout bruit unutile, la Direction de l'Hotel prie sa clientele de ne pas donner 'a manger aux MOUTETTES.

The SEAGULLS making too much noice, please do not feed them."

"I'm sure I can get you as many of those signs as you want" Mary said, little imagining how quickly noice was to become a code name between them for the Baur au Lac or anyone staying there.

Walked over to the Veltlinerkeller and then stolled along the lake and walked up to a little park behind St. Peters (Vatican) and sat on a bench (Earl Warren) for a while.

Mary Bancroft Book pages 166-170

Allen Dulles had a keen sense between Right and Wrong. He knew that every tree throws a shadow in proportion to its height, and was quite aware that he himself was a rather tall tree.

Sir Kenneth Strong has said that Allen was "the greatest United States professional intelligence officer of his time." that "he might without disrespect be described as the last great Romantic of intelligence - the last of a dying breed that dealt in mystery and intrigue ans was to be replaced by quite a different type of man, as technological advances invaded every branch of intelligence work."

In any case, when it the course of his wartime work he had seemingly to violate any of he geneally accepted ethical or moral values, Allen knew precisely what he was doing and took responsibility for it; said Mary.

In her opinion, this characteristc helped to make him so effective and to win such a degree of loyality from those who worked for him.

Translating Gusevius's book

"About two hundred pages into the manuscript, I came to the following passage:

My partner in the sleeping compartment on the train turned out to be one of the cleverest Gauleiters Hitler had ever had... Erich Koch (KOCK WAS THE TYPING TEACHER aT LANE TECHNICAL, THE HIGH SCHOOL THAT WILHEIM WIRTZ'S SON WENT TO, WIRTZ, FINANCIER OF WER BELL, PARTNER OF WARBURG(FEDERAL RESERVE, AND ENEMY OF MORGANTHAL AND BEN-GURION).), satrap of East Prussia, later of the Ukraine....A first-class demagogue, and adventurer, at home in both the highest and lowest classes of society, in ability he towered above his fellow Gauleiters. Possessed of a vivid imagination, he was always ready to confide - in whispers and under a promise of absolute secrecy - utterly fantastic stories....."In 1933, after passing his bar examination and planning to make a career in

government service, Gesevius had applied for a position in the Prussian Ministry of the Interior and had been recommeneded by Undersecretary Grauert, who he knew slightly, to Rudolf Diels, the newly appointed chief of the Prussian Geheime Staatspolizei. Gisevius had become

friends with Arthur Nebe, his immediate superior and a noted criminolgist, whom the Nazis had retained when they had discovered that their own thugs were incapable of professional police work.

One day Gisevius and Nebe had learned that Diels, encountering a colleague in a department store, had remarked jokingly that he was buying a new hunting jacket because, "Somebody important is going to be bumped off!"

They uncovered enough evidence indicating that the Nazis themselves, not the Communists as the Nazis had proclaimed, had set fire to the Reichstag. A young Dutch communist, Marinus van der lubbe,w itha record of arson, had been in the building on the night of the fire, apparently

quite by chance. Van de Lubbe's presence in the building had gien the Nazis a splendid excuse to stage a spectacular trial, which Gisevius was sent in an official capacity to observe. He had also been, again in the company of Nebe, an eyewitness to many of the events of June 30. 1934.

(Dean Rusk As I saw it)

What made Gisevius's manuscript such dynamite was his description of the many attempts by various general and highly placed civilians to organize a coup d'etat. Initially, these conspirators planned their putsch to take over the govenment simply by removing Hitler from office. Later they realized that they would have to kill him if anything as scomplicated as a coup d'etat were to suceed.

Within the group of conspirators were Hjalmer Schacht, von Hassel the German ambassador in Rome,Carl Goerdeler, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and others. The conspiracy had the blessing of Admiral Canaris head of the Abwehr.

By the time Mary had finished reading Gisevius's book, she had gotten to know Gisevius better, and had realized that there was actually an active opposition at work within Germany itself, and could understand what he was doing in Switzerland. She told Allen it all made sense to her.

Difficult as it might be to believe, the conspirators actually hoped that if they got rid of Hitler, they would be able to take over the whole country and to negotiate peace with the Anglo-Americans, Their hopes went even further: They envisaged the western Allies joining them in a crusade against Russia - and communism. Gisevius had been sent to Switzerland to get in touch with the western Allies. Other emissaries were making similar contacts in Sweden and elsewhere.

Getting rid of Hitler also removed the possibility of him interrupting Averall Harriman's and Prescott Bush's Vatican ratilines.

1915: The globalists wanted the United States to enter World War I, and join the League of Nations after the war. They knew the Germans planned to torpedo the Lusitania on its next voyage across the Atlantic because the German embassy tried to place newspaper ads to warn Americans not to sail on the vessel. State Department officials blocked most of the ads, and assured worried passengers they had no cause for concern. The British Admiralty sent the Lusitania into hostile waters at 3/4 speed, and withdrew the destroyer escort that had been promised so German submarines would have a better target. When the Lusitania went down,

1198 people lost their lives. The media immediately took up the cry, "Remember the Lusitania." That tragedy, along with a skillfully crafted propaganda program, eventually forced the United States into World War I. [16]

Lusitania Warning Notice

http://www.historywiz.com/lusitanianote.htm

Notice!

Travellers intending to embark on the Atlantic voyage are reminded that a state of war exists between Germany and her allies and Great Britain and her allies; that the zone of war includes the waters adjacent to the British Isles; that, in accordance with formal notice given by the Imperial German Government, vessels flying the flag of Great Britain, or any of her allies, are liable to destruction in those waters and that travellers sailing in the war zone on ships of Great

Britain or her allies do so at their own risk.

Imperial German Embassy

Washington, D. C., April 22, 1915

May 7, 1915, a German submarine torpedoed the British Cunard liner Lusitania off the coast of Ireland. One of the direct effects was Allen and Foster's uncle Robert Lansing was named secretary of state for President Woodrow Wilson.

He was with the State Department since 1912. Woodrow Wilson turned to the ubiquitous and wily Colonel Edwin House, a wealthy Texas fixer, when he was elected.

http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/2807/RoadShow1.html reference to the Edwin House family, and Rhodes Scholarship's ( Dean Rusk, Bill Clinton)

Lansing had few resources of his own at the start of the war. The sinking of the Luisitania had effectiely destroyed Secretary of State William Jennings Bryans efforts to keep Wilson and American neutral.

On June 8, 1915 he resigned as president Wilson's secretary of state. Colonel House convinced Wilson to nominate Lansing.

House did not want any rivals for Wilson's ear. Colonel House exacted a price for his sponorship. Frank K Polk, a New York Lawyer and close friend of House's, was appointed counselor with strict orders to report any important information from within the department. Lansing put him

in charge of the department's fledging intelligence operations with the specific task of coordinating the flow of information from the Secret Service of the Treasury, the Army G-2 (military intelligence). the Justice Department's Bureau of Investigation, and other agencies that

regularly collected foreign intelligence. Polk also formalized relations with Sir William Wiseman's intelligence operations at the British Embassy.

During the Dulles's family's August 1915 reunion in Henderson Harbor, Allen Dulles greeted the exciting happenings during his absense with a mix of pride in his Uncle Bert's new job and of anxiety to get in on the dramatic times.

In May 1916 Allen sat for the Foreign Service examination . On May 18 Frank Polk notified him by telegram, "You have been appointed a secretary of Embassay or Legatio of class five in the diplomatic service." A few days later, the New Jersey National Gurad notified Allen that his regiment was beign called to active duty on the Mexican border. The National Guard then said he should go ahead to Washington and that is what he did. On June 3, the U S Embassy in vienna received word that its newly minted grade five clerk would sail on the 17th.

Ambassador Frederic C Penfield telegraphed back "Assignment Dulles pleases me."

On June 17th Dulles shared a "splendid upper room" with James Cabell Bruce, the older brother of his Princeton classmate David Bruce. There were important confidential documents and messages to deliver to Walter Hines Page, the American ambassador to the Court of St James. On this trip Dulles met with intelligence officers for M16, the British foreign spy serive, and many have undergone some rudimentary training in basic spycrsft.. In 1916 Stephenson was already busy briefing fledgling American spies, like William J Donovan, who is called the father of

modern u S Intelligence Born in 1883, ten years before Allen Dulles, donovan was an ambitious attorney and national Guard officer from Buffalo, New york, whose political connections had won him a curious assignement from the Rockefeller Foundation - to glean information abouth the famine that was decimateing Poland, he arrived in London just tow months before Allen Dulles recieved the necessary British visas to travel on through Scandinavia to Poland.

But the British blocked his way. So Donovan turned to Herbert Hoover, then just forty-two . A self-made millionaire in mine engineering, Hoover had by 1916 helped more than 120,000 americans who had been caught by the war away from home to get back to the United States. he

now headed a relief organization that fed and cared for more than ten million Belgians whose homes were part of the war's battlefield. Hoover prompltly hired donovan to go to Belgium and oversee the distribution of the huge shipments of food and clothing that U S church and charity

groups were sending over. The Poland mission is not mentioned again.

As an American official on famine relief service in Belgium Donovan was in a position to render British Intelligence services of great importance. Nigel West, the British intelligence writer,says Donovan went from London directly to Liege, Belgium, where Cardinal Mercier, the Catholic bishop there, put him to work as a courier to gather intelligence reports throughout the network known as The White Lady, th most successful of the operations conducted by M16 during the First World War.

At this time Dulles began his relationship with Prince Maximillian of the Hohenlohe family, which had holdings in Austria, Cartinthia and Hungary, and ties to a former prime minister of the kaiser's Germany. Young Prince Max played an important role in Allens spy career in WW I

and WW II. First, he was a charming friend who was happy to carry messages in and out of the royal court.

Just days before Wilson would ask for the declaration of war, Lansing borrowed John Foster Dulles from the Sullivan and Cromwell law firm and sent him on a secret trip. Foser was to secrue from the governments of the most strategic of he Central American counries promises to support the u S war effort and to assist in the efforts to keep the vital sea lanes of the Panama Canal and the Straits of Florida secure from German naval incurision. Sullivan and Cromwell were supporter of Wilson and his furthering the trading fortunes of the firm's larger corporate and shipping clients. Moreover, Cromwell had been instrumental in arranging financing when Theodore Roosevelt took the Panama Canal project away from its French developers, and remained a political power in the region ever since.

The Paris Peace Conference would conclude before christmas in 1919. the Dresel mission did not leave Paris before christmas as planned and was still stuck in the crillon in mid-january 1920, with problems over Russia.

In the winter of 1919-1920 Wilson set Dulles on another task. William Allen White, the midwestern newspaper editor had been named to head a peace conference on the Turkish island town of Prinkipo to which all the particpants in the Russian civil war were there, with the State

Department's in-house specialsts on Russian affairs.

Foster Dulles returned to new York in 1919. Partner at Sullivan and Cromwell. William Crowell had moved back to Paris to pursue his charities, and Foster was designated as the Williams emissary to push the business interests of American clients in a European market that had

been closed to them since 1914. While he was busy pursuing the needs of the firm's clients abroad, he also served as the legal counsel to the U S Governemnt corporation that made export financing loans to American firms that wanted to sell their products overseas; and unprecedented $400 million in these short term loans were made to commodities and machinery exporters, most of them clients of Cromwell's practice.

Arriving in Berlin in the midst of the Kapp putsch, the most helpful to John Foster was German economist Hjalmaer Horace Schacht. Schacht urged the Dulles brothers to do all they could to draw American capital into Germany.

Before the OSS and M16. for two thousand years the Vatican was the largest spy organisation in the world.

Allen dulles had developed an extraordinary abilty to amass huge amounts of information and to deelop acquaintances at all levels of European life.

In May 1920 when Allen went to State, War and Navy building he found everyone more interested in what he knew about Turkey and Persia than the more dramatic conflict in Berlin. The oilfields of Persia and the old Turkish empire. Britain, Soviet union and Ameican oilmen. Allen had worked both on the Paris conference formal peace treaty with Turkey and also on the daily planning sessions for the failed Prinkipo conference.

In August the State Dept appointed Allen as the first secretary to Admiral Bristol in Constantinople. His orders were to work on getting a peace treaty signed with the Turks, to help American Oil interests (particularly Rockefeller's Standard oil) to secure concessions held by

the Turkish National Oil company. He was also to keep a watch on the Russian border with Persia and turkey.

Clover and Allen Dulles married in Octoer 1920, by Rev Allen Macy Dulles. Went to London and were guests at a U S Embassy lunch to honor lady Astor. A crucial meeting with Sir John Tilley, the Foreign Officer responsible for Turkey and the Middle East. Then they went through Swtzerland to Milan, Venice on to the Triest, Belgrade and Sophia then Constantnople.

They were met at the train by Lamott Belin, a third secretary at the U S Embassy and a member of the Du Pont family. They spent Christmas and the first half of January 1921 as the guests of Belin and his wife, beginning a lifetime friendship between the two couples.

Allen went to work then and won the Admiral Bristol's confidence.

If anything united the Allies, it was the oils fields of Persia and Bessarbia. American and British troops were in Siberia and elsewhere with a division of Czech soldiers who were guarding the trans-Siberian railroad. A leading Russian commander who was headquartered in constantinople, Baron Nikolayevich Wrangel, was pro-American His father had been the czar's last governor of Alaska and a famous explorer of what was now the American part of the Arctic. The baron and his wife made friends with Clover, who organized a group of diplomatic corp wives to go daily to the Russian refugee camps to deliver supplies and conduct classes in everything from crafts to English. Henry Morganthau was the ambassador to Turkey early in the War. Allen and Clover met Betty Carp, hired by Morganthau.

In 1922 Allen and Clover returned to American. Allen had spent considerable time in Ankara, where Kemel Ataturk had establihed his nationalist government. The Lausanne treaty signed in 1923. In March 1922 Allen was notified he had been appointed head of the Middle Eastern

Affairs division of state. He and Clover bade farewell to their remaining friends (the Belins had alreay been posted to Paris), spent a brief holiday in Paris before arrive to New York on April 7

Washiington Naval disarmament Treay of 1922, by Harding.

in September Allen spent a couple of long weekends at Longwood, the spectular Du Pont estate in Delaware, with his old friends Mott Belin and his wife.

The Hill is a non-partisan, non-ideological weekly newspaper covering Congress and its members. ... has been owned by the family of diplomat "Mott" Belin for more than 80 years and had been ... by the family of diplomat "Mott" Belin for more than 80 years .

http://asteria.fivecolleges.edu/findaids/amherst/ma12.html

Harrison Griswold Dwight papers Mott Belin

79k - Cached - More from this site

2.National Association of

Secretaries of State

... Arkansas. Jill Belin. (501) 682-3419.

California. John Mott-Smith ...

www.nass.org/electioninfo/state_contacts.htm - 51k

I am posting this here because it is the only thread on the Education Forum which mentions the Hohenlohe family.

It will probably not make any sense to the reader unless one has some degree of knowledge of aristocratic families, and

their often bizarre relationships to the intelligence netherworld.....

Sam DiPino told Carlos Bringuer that it is possible that GARRISON will try to connect an ex-Nazi,

name unknown, to the assassination of President Kennedy. The ex-Nazi was said to have been "big in propaganda,"

to be living in Mexico City, and to be one of the heads [sic] of the CIA in Mexico.

This latter comment could mean a principal agent rather than a staff employee.

One possibility is Maximillian Egon HOHENLOHE

https://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?docId=101443&relPageId=40

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Miami Herald, The (FL) - January 14, 1984

Deceased Name: ALEXANDER HOHENLOHE , 65, VISITING PRINCE

About 50 persons attended funeral services for Prince Alexander Hohenlohe, a descendant from Austrian and Polish nobility, Thursday at St. Vincent's Catholic Church in Delray Beach.

Prince Alexander, 65, who had been visiting his daughter, Catherine Jacobus, died Monday of a heart attack at her Delray Beach home.

The family members are related to the Hapsburgs, former rulers of Austria and Hungary, and are distant cousins of Prince Philip, husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, said Jack O'Brien, a friend of the family.

Jacobus said her father lived most of his life in Marbella, Spain. William Lorne of Lorne & Son Funeral Home said Prince Alexander was an investor.

Survivors in addition to his daughter include his wife, Princess Patricia Wilder Hohenlohe, known in American show business as a comedienne who appeared with Bob Hope under the name Honeychile Wildera; a son, Christian Alfred Hohenlohe, former treasurer of the Smithsonian Institution; a brother, Prince Victor Hohenlohe, retired head of Engelhard Industries in Europe; and several grandchildren.

end

Associated Press Archive - January 19, 2004

Deceased Name: Prince Alfonso Hohenlohe -Langenberg, founder of Costa del Sol luxury resort, dies at 79

Prince Alfonso de Hohenlohe-Lagenburg, one of the leading names of the Costa del Sol jet-set scene and founder of the luxurious Marbella Club resort, has died. He was 79.

He died of prostate cancer on Dec. 21 in his family home in Marbella.

Born in Madrid in 1924, he was the son of Germany's Prince Maximiliano de Hohenlohe-Lagenburg and Spain's Piedita Iturbe, marquise of Belvis. He spent his childhood between the palace of his grandmother, the Duchess of Parcent, and the family castle in Bohemia.

When he was 22, his family fortunes had diminished considerably through the loss of properties in Czechoslovakia because of World War I and in Mexico due to the Mexican Revolution. Many of the family's possessions in Spain also suffered damage during the country's Civil War.

In 1947, Prince Alfonso started to buy land in the quiet Andalusian beach town of Marbella and sold plots to various friends with names like Bismarck, Rothshild, Metternich and Thyssen among others. Marbella became a posh resort on the jet-set circuit after the French Riviera.

In 1954 he founded the Marbella Club, the Costa del Sol's first luxury hotel, which lured cinema stars such as Rock Hudson, Kim Novak, Gina Lollobrigida, Grace Kelly and James Stewart.

Known to like the good life, he made money building luxury clubs and tourist hotels, always aimed at attracting socially elite in Mexico, the Bahamas, the Philippines, in the Arabian Gulf and in Spain.

In 1955 Hohenlohe married Princess Ira de Furstenberg, with whom he had two sons, Christopher and Hubertus, and divorced her five years later. He married again in 1970 with British actress Jackie Lane, with whom he had a daughter, Princess Arriana Theresa Maria and whom he divorced in 1984.

During the next decade he had a daughter, Desiree, with the Swiss ex-model Heidi Balzar. In 1991, aged 68, he married British Marilys Haynes, who died in 2000.

In recent years, he pulled out as constructor in Marbella and moved to the Andalusian town of Ronda, where he succesfully turned his efforts to wine-making.

He's survived by his two sons and two daughter.

Associated Press Archive

Date: January 19, 2004

HOHENLOHE MAXIMILIAN EGON VON

Germany 1941-1945 Switzerland 1942

* Hersh,B. The Old Boys. 1992 (102-3)

* Lee,M. The Beast Reawakens. 1997 (19-20)

* Loftus,J. Aarons,M. The Secret War Against the Jews. 1994 (89-90)

* Simpson,C. The Splendid Blond Beast. 1993 (122-4)

* Tully,A. CIA: The Inside Story. 1962 (39-40)

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Robert, I found the same page you linked to, but it does not display the handwritten comment mentioning Dulles.:

http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?docId=97720&relPageId=3

If you hadn't posted your post on this thread, I would not have come up with Fletcher Prouty's revelation about the Nazi collaboration of a movie star, Bruce Cabot, linked in 1944 to the first wife of Ernest L. Byfield, Jr., and the brother of a woman who, at 19 years old, tragically married the 57 year old Nazi sympathizing, U.S. Senator, Robert Reynolds, (D-NC). Ironically, Jack Maclean was the man linked to Cabot, they soon bought an interest in the Phiadelphia Eagles, and his mother, widow of the insane owner of the WaPo, Ned Maclean, owned the Hope diamond, and it was 10 carats smaller than the diamond owned by Valentina Osterman Garcia de Olay Byfield.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=14879&pid=243975&st=15entry243975

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Robert, I found the same page you linked to, but it does not display the handwritten comment mentioning Dulles.:

http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?docId=97720&relPageId=3

If you hadn't posted your post on this thread, I would not have come up with Fletcher Prouty's revelation about the Nazi collaboration of a movie star, Bruce Cabot, linked in 1944 to the first wife of Ernest L. Byfield, Jr., and the brother of a woman who, at 19 years old, tragically married the 57 year old Nazi sympathizing, U.S. Senator, Robert Reynolds, (D-NC). Ironically, Jack Maclean was the man linked to Cabot, they soon bought an interest in the Phiadelphia Eagles, and his mother, widow of the insane owner of the WaPo, Ned Maclean, owned the Hope diamond, and it was 10 carats smaller than the diamond owned by Valentina Osterman Garcia de Olay Byfield.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=14879&pid=243975&st=15entry243975

I believe the Dulles quote was from the original post on this thread by Lee Forman, correct me if I am wrong.

I don't like to speak in riddles, but I do like to make points without being too wordy, unless I believe it is very important. Suffice to say there were two areas of the JFK assassination that recieved a lot of attention decades earlier

the rather problematic "The Texas Connection"

and Mae Brussell's article about the Nazi Connection's to the JFK assassination.

Both are areas that still require a lot of dissecting, but are in an urgent need

of updating, more accurately, I might say regarding the former.

One of the new information sources, to a degree, are some of the more mainstream publications, that while they do not

tell-all, nonetheless give you a look at some of the more controversial episodes of 20th Century history, that are a heck of a lot detailed than your favorite Gerald Posner book....lol

Case in point:

National Geographic recently aired a special regarding the post war escapades of Josef Mengele, and a possible

connection to the twins phenomena in a strange little village in Latin America, by the name of Cândido Godói.

See

"Nazi Twins" a Myth: Mengele Not Behind Brazil Boom?

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2009/11/091125-nazi-twins-brazil-mengele.html

One of the really interesting areas of this show, was the interview of Rafi Eitan, who was the key Mossad operative

in the capture of Adolf Eichmann......

For More

The Day The Angel of Death Got Away

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/2008/09/the-day-the-ang/

The Cândido Godói story is not really new, there are, or were clips of it on youtube, p[lus the Huntington Post carried the story a couple of years ago.......

I had some funny moments when the accounts of persons allegedly ID'ing Mengele in the area where summarily dismissed

but nevertheless, my point is not trying to allege anything new about all of this but to mention some things not exactly well known.....

CABLE:DRAGOMIR INTERVIEWED 19 AUGUST, GAVE FOLLOWING STORY pg 1

HSCA Segregated CIA Collection (microfilm - reel 44: HTLINGUAL, Oswald)

IDENTIFICATION FORM AGENCY INFORMATION AGENCY RECORD NUMBER RECORD SERIES AGENCY FILE NUMBER CIA 104-10209-10174 JFK 80T01357A DOCUMENT INFORMATION CIA BERCHTESGARDEN DIRECTOR CABLE:DRAGOMIR INTERVIEWED

RIF#: 104-10209-10174 (08/20/64) CIA#: 80T01357A

http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?docId=50112

Then there is the whole Germanic theme running through the assassination....Allen Dulles being contacted by the July 1944 Hitler coup d'etat conspirators, the whole issue of the JCOS being inspired by said plot

to assassinate Castro, the fact that Maxwell Taylor was meeting with West German intel, practically the moment JFK was assassinated. Critchfield being the MAN who ran the whole assimilation of the Gehlen org into a practical subsection of the CIA [along with Richard Helms, and others......the Adenauer postwar government, and last but not least

the whole Anton Ehrdinger affair, and General Walker's connection to the newspaper in Germany.....

FOREIGN

SERVICE

LIST

JANUARY 1, 1948

DEPARTMENT OF STATE

Publication 3076

Released April 1948

Vernet L. Gresham, vice consul FSO-5 FSS-8

Henry L. Pitts, Jr., second secretary; ......

Joseph A. Michela, military attache

Lt. Vladimir L. Rychly, attache for naval

http://www.archive.org/stream/foreignserviceli1948unit/foreignserviceli1948unit_djvu.txt

Frau Mattheus they rest peacefully at

WaldfriedhofGrünwald (Grünwald Forest Cemetery)

Birth: Jan. 26, 1896

Death: Jun. 1, 1960

Sister of Adolph Hitler. On December 1, 1952, she moved to a two-room flat near Berchtesgaden, Hitler's mountaintop retreat on the German-Austrian border, where she lived in seclusion under the last name of Wolff until her death on June 1, 1960. Note: Her grave marker was removed in June, 2005 and someone else was buried in this plot, where Paula had been buried for 45 years. (bio by: HistoryBuff)

Burial:

Bergfriedhof *

Berchtesgaden

Bavaria (Bayern), Germany

Plot: Body lost or destroyed

*Former burial location

Maintained by: Find A Grave

Originally Created by: HistoryBuff

Record added: Nov 30, 2002

Find A Grave Memorial# 6973853

And call me crazy, but I found this sort of poking around, still don't quite know what to make of it......

But would like to know more, its not exactly easy to read

HEBEL, FRANZ ----- Sources: WC Vol 21, pp. 750-751

Mary's Comments: 11/21/63, was in Room 2380, Hotel Adolphus, Dallas, TX. Sent telegrams to Porto Alegra, Brazil, 11/21/63, at 7:42 pm and 9:30 pm.

Warren Commission Hearings, Volume XXI pg xxiii

Found in: Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits

October 21 1963 3011 749 Copy of a Western Union telegram from Mr and Mrs Harry Garber to President John F Kennedy dated November 18 1963

3012 750 Copy of a Western Union telegram from Hebel to Kurashiki

Wilcox Exhibits No. 3012 and 3013

Porto Alegre (Brazil)

First National Bank of Boston

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Generally speaking, Kurashiki is a city in Japan......Ostensiby called the "Venice of Japan" because of a canal

that has been associated with the city since the 1600's.

Earlier I mentioned Posner, not quite by accident.....

When Dick Russell published On The Trail of The JFK Assassins, he devoted a couple of pages to Gerald Posner's work

regarding Josef Mengele, who, apparently was very much alive in 1963. He raised the point that....Posner played a curious role, basically "clearing" U.S. intelligence of any untoward conduct in letting the "Angel of Death" roam free.

For an expert on the narcotics trade, Posner was noticeably quiet on the subject of Mengele's suspected drug dealings

from his Paraguayan hideaway-- trafficking that found him in liason with the Corsican mob, which was long utilized by the CIA and, ironically enough, recently linked in a BBC documentary to the Kennedy assassination.

see pages 202-203 - On The Trail of The JFK Assassins

Over the Christmas holidays I had stumbled upon a book entitled A Nation Betrayed

entitled

A Nation Betrayed. The Chilling True Story. of. Secret Cold War Experiments Performed on our Children. and. Other Innocent People. by Carol Rutz

see

http://my.dmci.net/~casey/

1961

Canada Survivor Contact used alias Father Joseph

Egypt Escaped Israeli Agents while preparing to go to Crete

1962

Brazil Serra Negro 93 miles north of Sau Paulo with Stammers' and buys a

farm called Santa Luzia

Returns to Paraquay

Viet Nam Survivor Contact on ship Hope

Kitchener in Ontario, CA Rabbi sites suspicious man using name Joseph Menke

Canada Survivor Contact used alias Father Joseph

Upper Parana July Paraquay receives extradition request and he moves and assumes

name of Dr. Fritz Fischer

1963

Walter Reed Survivor Contact

New Mexico Survivor Contact, Albuqerque

Milan, Italy Xmas Eve meets son in Italy, using Alias Dr. Gregor Gregory

1964

Russia Survivor Contact

New York Survivor Contact

Detroit, MI Survivor Contact

1965

Monaca, PA Survivor Contact

Mt. Hood, Oregon Survivor Contact

Upper Penn., MI Survivor Contact

END

I would venture to say that the media being interested in allegations like those of Carol Rutz

would be like having a new investigation into the JFK assassination.....

The only people who really know were the ones who were there....

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[...]

When Dick Russell published On The Trail of The JFK Assassins, he devoted a couple of pages to Gerald Posner's work regarding Josef Mengele, who, apparently was very much alive in 1963. He raised the point that Posner played a curious role, basically "clearing on the narcotics trade, Posner was noticeably quiet on the subject of Mengele's suspected drug dealings from his Paraguayan hideaway-- trafficking that found him in liason with the Corsican mob, which was long utilized by the CIA and, ironically enough, recently linked in a BBC documentary to the Kennedy assassination.

see pages 202-203 - On The Trail of The JFK Assassins

[...]

(emphasis added by T. Graves)

Interesting. Drug trafficking, Corsicans, Latin America, high-level Nazis, the CIA. This of course raises the specter of a certain Kennedy-hating, very high-level CIA officer: James Jesus Angleton. Angleton, who, ostensibly for intelligence and counter-intelligence purposes, was "in bed with" Sicilian and Corsican drug smugglers going back to WW II's "Operation Husky", (the Allied Invasion of Sicily).

I highly recommend that all researchers and wanna-be researchers (like me) read Douglas Valentine's fascinating book The Strength of the Wolf it's about the DEA's main predecessor, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics. Great info on the real "French Connection", the CIA-FBN's MK/ULTRA program, Bill Harvey's "Section D" and ZR/RIFLE, the FBN's possible involvement with the assassination of JFK, etc.

--Tommy :ph34r:

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