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Barry Goldwater Publishes ‘With No Apologies’: “The Trilateral Commission is… the Vehicle for Multinational Consolidation of the Commercial and Banking Interests”

U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater in his book first published on May 5, 1955, titled ‘With No Apologies’ writes: “The Trilateral Commission is intended to be the vehicle for multinational consolidation of the commercial and banking interests by seizing control of the political government ...

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Winston Churchill: “the 2 largest regular contributors to the Nazi Party were the GM’s of 2 of the largest Berlin banks, both Jewish, and 1… the leader of Zionism in Germany.”

After the war Winston Churchill wished to quote from a letter written to him by Chancellor Heinrich Brüning, then residing at Oxford, England, on August 28, 1937, about the big industrialists who had supported the Nazis before and after their accession to ...

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Congressman McFadden Continues to Expose the Federal Reserve: “It was a piece of legislative trickery; …a piece of work in the committee that was silent & secretive.”

Congressman McFadden, Congressional Record: January 8, 1934: “The Congress of the United States must immediately throw the searchlight of investigation into this dark corner, or we are going to be swamped with political influences that are manufactured in foreign countries ...

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