U. S. Presidents and The Illuminati / Masonic Power Structure
1913-1921 Woodrow Wilson, 28th. President of the United States (D) Unknown Mason status. However, his loyalty to the constitution is in question because of his mentor ” Colonel ” Edward Mandell House, who was the major founder of the earlier American Institute of International Affairs, known today as the Council of Foreign Relations (C.F.R.). The C.F.R. is an outer layer of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Great Britain), whose purpose was to retake the United States as a British colony, and then unite the world under British control, which is another outer layer of the Round Table Organization, which to is an outer layer of the main core of a secret establishment called the Circle of Initiates founded in 1891 by Cecil Rhodes. ( John Coleman, Committee of 300) Cecil Rhodes is a known Satanic cult member , who has helped pave the way for the New World Order. (Fritz Springmeier, Illuminati Bloodlines) Vice President Thomas R. Marshall, 1913-1921.
Unknown Mason status. Edward Mandell House, an agent for the Rothschild- Warburg- Rockefeller cartel (avowed Illuminists), gained national prominence as chief advisor to President Woodrow Wilson. It was House who persuaded President Wilson to sign the Federal Reserve Act.
President Wilson is quoted as saying “I have unwittingly ruined my country” (Constitutional Money and The Banking Procedure, Catherine B. Dalton). Woodrow Wilson almost destroyed this nation and Constitution.”…there is a power so organized, so subtle, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.” — President Woodrow Wilson
1914-1941 James Clark McReynolds, S.C.J. Associate Justice. Unknown Mason Status. Nominated by President Woodrow Wilson.
1916-1939 Louis Dembitz Brandeis, S.C.J. Associate Justice. Unknown Mason Status. Nominated by President Woodrow Wilson.
1916-1922 John Hessin Clarke, S.C.J. Associate Justice. Confirmed Mason. Nominated by President Woodrow Wilson.
1914 President Woodrow Wilson deployed federal troops in Colorado to suppress a labor dispute. Olson-Wolls point out that Wilson ordered the U.S. Army to disarm American citizens — including state and local officials, sheriffs, the police and the National Guard; to arrest American citizens; to monitor the state judicial process and re-arrest (and hold in military custody) persons released by the state courts; and to deny writs of habeas corpus issued by state courts.
1916 Charles E. Hughes, loosing Presidential candidate for Presidency (R) Unknown Mason status.
1917 United States enters World War I. Rockefellers made $200,000,000.00 from World War I.
1918-1925 John E. Hylan, Mayor of New York 1918-1925, said: The real menace of our Republic is the invisible government which like a giant octopus sprawls its slimy legs over our cities states and nation.”
1919 The American President, Woodrow Wilson, was “advised” at Versailles Peace Conference near Paris by Colonel House and Bernard Baruch, both Rothschild clones and leaders of the Round Table in the United States; when the elite of the Round Table from Britain and the United States, people like Alfred Milner, Edward Mandel House, and Bernard Baruch, were appointed to represent their countries at the meetings which decided how the world would be changed as a result of the war these same people had created.
The British Prime Minister, Lloyd George, was “advised” by Alfred Milner, Rothschild employee and Round Table leader, and Sir Phillip Sassoon, a direct descendent of Mayer Amschel Rothschild, the founder of the dynasty; The French leader, Georges Clemenceau, was “advised” by his Minister for the Interior, Georges Mandel, whose real name was Jeroboam Rothschild. (Fritz Springmeier, Illuminati Bloodlines)
Other parts of the world during this presidency: 1918-1948 Edvard Benes, 1918-1935 was foreign minister of Czechoslovak State. Confirmed Mason.
1920 James M. Cox, loosing Presidential candidate for Presidency (D) Unknown Mason status.
1920 Eugene V. Debs, loosing Presidential candidate for Presidency (S) Unknown Mason status.
The Truth about Woodrow Wilson , and what he represented
Instructed and directed by House, Wilson delivered three devastating blows against the Republic of the United States:
He destroyed Customs Tariffs policy in force since George Washington suggested it as the best way to finance the nation’s monetary needs and pay its debt, and substituted it with the Socialist system of graduated income tax. [IRS]
He brought legislation that established the Federal Reserve Bank, a central bank forbidden by the U.S. Constitution.
“[Very] soon, every American will be required to register their biological property in a National system designed to keep track of the people and that will operate under the ancient system of pledging.
By such methodology, we can compel people to submit to our agenda, which will affect our security as a charge back for our fiat paper currency.
Every American will be forced to register or suffer not being able to work and earn a living. They will be our chattel, and we will hold the security interest over them forever, by operation of the law merchant under the scheme of secured transactions.
Americans, by unknowingly or unwittingly delivering the bills of lading to us will be rendered bankrupt and insolvent, forever to remain economic slaves through taxation, secured by their pledges.
They will be stripped of their rights and given a commercial value designed to make us a profit and they will be none the wiser, for not one man in a million could ever figure our plans and, if by accident one or two would figure it out, we have in our arsenal plausible deniability.
After all, this is the only logical way to fund government, by floating liens and debt to the registrants in the form of benefits and privileges. This will inevitably reap to us huge profits beyond our wildest expectations and leave every American a contributor or to this fraud which we will call “Social Insurance.” “Social Security”
Without realizing it, every American will insure us for any loss we may incur and in this manner; every American will unknowingly be our servant, however begrudgingly.
The people will become helpless and without any hope for their redemption and, we will employ the high office of the President of our dummy corporation to foment this plot against America.”
– Edward Mandell House; in a private meeting with Woodrow Wilson [President 1913-1921] – source unknown.
He forced the United States into WWI over strong opposition by 87 percent of the American people and bankrupted them, a condition in which the American people have remained ever since.
Dr. John Coleman; The Committee of 300
In 1916 President Woodrow Wilson campaigned on the solemn promise to keep “American boys” out of the war in Europe. He knew full well that it was a good campaign tactic inasmuch as 87 percent of the American people were strongly opposed to the war with Germany, and they let it be known in no uncertain terms. Yet, just a year after being re-elected to office, Wilson violated his solemn promise and his oath of office by conscripting the Militia of the States to serve in the war in Europe. Instead of being impeached and removed from office and prosecuted for treason, Wilson remained firmly in power as if he had done no wrong!
Once the U.S. was engaged in the war, Wilson organized a Committee on Public Information, the first of its kind to mobilize American public opinion. This committee proved highly successful, particularly in the sale of Liberty Bonds. And no wonder. The program was written for the White House by Tavistock and was largely directed from London.
— Dr. John Coleman; The Committee of 300
The greatest embarrassment of my political career has been that active duties seem to deprive me of time for careful investigation. I seem almost obliged to form conclusions from impressions instead of from study…. I wish that I had more knowledge, more thorough acquaintance, with the matters involved.
— Woodrow Wilson; The Creature From Jekyll Island
Woodrow Wilson was yet another academic who was brought into the national spotlight as a result of his views on banking reform. […] Wilson’s name had been put in to the nomination for President at the Democratic national convention due largely to the influence of Col. Edward Mandell House. But that was 1912. Ten years prior to that, he was relatively unknown. In 1902 he had been elected as the president of Princeton University, a position he could not have held without the concurrence of the University’s benefactors among Wall Street bankers. He was particularly close with Andrew Carnegie and had become a trustee of the Carnegie Foundation.
— G. Edward Griffin; The Creature From Jekyll Island view
On the surface it is a paradox that Wilson, who had always been a pacifist, should now enter into a secret agreement with foreign powers to involve the United States in a war which should could easily avoid. The key that unlocks this mystery is the fact that Wilson also was an internationalist. One of the strongest bonds between House and himself was their common dream of a world government.
— G. Edward Griffin; The Creature From Jekyll Island view
Beginning with Wilson, there was a constant fight to drag us down to the level of Europe . . . The same personnel as in Wilson’s time; the same wrecking crew that took us into the war and ruined us are now in command.
— Senator Schall; as quoted by Dr. John Coleman in What You Should Know About the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights view
That President Wilson was completely under the control of British intelligence MI6 is evidence din the remarks made by Mandel House, his day-to-day controller.
— Dr. John Coleman; What You Should Know About the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights view
In fact, the Virginian, Woodrow Wilson, left an unsurpassed legacy to the nation; he gave us the income tax, World War I, and the Federal Reserve Act.
— Eustace Mullins; The Curse of Canaan view
I go back into Woodrow Wilson’s day-his connections with occult orders. He once said something of profound importance. He said, “Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.” That is a word for word quote, from something called The New Freedom in 1913.
— Jordan Maxwell; Matrix of Power
The truth about Woodrow Wilson, and what he represented.
There are still those who hail Woodrow Wilson, the 28th President of the United States, as a great man.
Those who know history, appreciate the enormous backwards step his Presidency was in relation to
Wilson’s history is quite interesting.
His father, Reverend Dr. Joseph Ruggles Wilson, was originally from Steubenville, Ohio, where his grandfather published a newspaper, The Western Herald and Gazette, that was pro-tariff and abolitionist.
Reverend Wilson was so pro slavery he and his wife moved South in 1851. He bought property, owned slaves and set up a Sunday school for them. This is an examples of how Christianity was used to promote and maintain slavery.
Thomas Woodrow was born in 1856 and often mentioned his earliest memory was of standing beside Robert E. Lee and hearing that Abraham Lincoln had been elected President, aware that war was coming.
He and his family were supporters of the Confederacy, and wounded soldiers were cared for at his father’s Church.
Despite being a slow learner, Woodrow became an academic, achieving the Presidency of Princeton University from 1902 – 1910. He actively discouraged blacks from even applying for admission.
Princeton, a University in New Jersey, did not admit its first black student until the 1940s.
When Wilson was elected President of the United States 1912 -1920 he allowed his cabinet officials to establish official segregation in most federal government offices, in some departments for the first time
since 1863, setting back racial equality fifty years, and planting the seeds of its perpetuation.
Wilson and his cabinet members fired many black Republican office holders but as a sop, appointed a
few black Democrats to such posts, making it seem the blacks were fired for being Republicans.
W. E. B. Du Bois, a leader of the NAACP, had campaigned for Wilson. In 1918 he was offered an Army commission in charge of dealing with race relations; DuBois accepted, but he failed his Army physical
and did not serve.
Wilson’s courting of DuBois was to misdirect, so that Black leaders, as Marcus Garvey, would not have
an ‘easy’ target.
Dubois did not realize he was being ‘played.’
Wilson was a supporter of segregation, and worked hard to ensure that wherever the ‘wall’ had been knocked down, he would replace it. His administration imposed full racial segregation in Washington D.C. and hounded from office considerable numbers of black federal employees.
When a delegation of blacks protested these actions, Wilson told them that “Segregation is not a humiliation but a benefit, and ought to be so regarded by you gentlemen.”
In 1914, he told the New York Times, “If the colored people made a mistake in voting for me, they ought to correct it.”
Woodrow Wilson’s History of the American People explained the Ku Klux Klan of the late 1860s as the natural outgrowth of Reconstruction, a lawless reaction to a lawless period.
Wilson noted that the Klan “began to attempt by intimidation what they were not allowed to attempt by the ballot or by any ordered course of public action.”
Wilson’s work contributed to the intellectual/historical justification for the racist policies/reactions of the 20th century American South.
His words were used in the early film; The Birth of a Nation.
“The white men were roused by a mere instinct of self-preservation… until at last there
sprung into existence a Great Ku Klux Klan a vertiable empire of the South, to protect
the Southern country.”
Wilson’s wife, Edith, was unapologetic racist.
Wilson was anti-immigrant, and wrote much on the subject. However, after he entered politics in 1910, he Wilson worked to integrate immigrants into the Democratic party, into the army, and into American life, clearly an astute political move.
He lied to Irish-Americans to gain their support for America’s involvement on the side of the British in WWI.
However, his contempt for them so great, he refused to meet Éamon de Valera, the President of Dáil Éireann (the revolutionary Irish Republic), during the latter’s 1919 visit to the United States.
Among his achievements was the first effective draft in 1917. imposition of an income tax, enacting the first federal drug prohibition, taking Federal control of the railroads, and the democratic election of Senators took place.
He also suppressed anti-war movements
Wilson spoke for National women’s suffrage, very late in his Second term. It came after years of pressure, protest, and publicity. Far from being a supporter of Women’s rights, he had been a barrier. That the
franchise was extended to women during his administration is not something he can actually take credit for.
Although considered by many historians one of the ‘best’ American Presidents, his record needs to be analyzed in relation to his stand on human rights.
Woodrow Wilson: What They Don’t Teach in School
Most of us know a little about Woodrow Wilson. Woodrow Wilson is one of the presidents to get the most space in most American and even world history books. One of the main reasons for President Wilson’s high profile in history is because he was president during World War I and because he helped found the League of Nations which was the precursor to the United Nations. He is remembered as a man of peace that tried to keep us out of the Great War and when he ultimately had to intervene he tried to make peace with all nations. However the Woodrow Wilson in the history books and the real life Woodrow Wilson are not one and the same.
Woodrow Wilson was a hypochondriac which lead to having hypertension and a stroke at a young age of only 39. He married a descendant of Pocahontas after being one of the only presidents to be widowed while in the White House. Wilson was an avid motorist, baseball fan, and cyclist. Wilson was the first president to attend a World Series game and the first to throw out the opening pitch at the World Series. While these are interesting little known facts they do little to tell us about the real man, and even less to tell us about the Wilson that the schools keep from us in fact these are the kinds of things school would prefer us learning about Wilson.
Wilson was elected with help from the African American population. Even W.E.B Du Bois supported his election. The African Americans thought he would support equality for them. However Wilson being from the South was in fact a racist. Wilson not only allowed but furthered segregation. Not only was he racist and help further segregation but Wilson also supported Eugenics. You could say this is one of the black spots on Wilson’s life and career. He was not only against African Americans he was also against white immigrants as well.
Wilson is often seen as a pacifist, trying to stay out of the first World War. Then he created the League of Nations. Yet no other president has sent troops into so many conflicts. Besides the obvious World War I he also sent troops all over Latin America to intervene. Wilson intervened in Mexico, Haiti, Cuba, and Panama. Besides all the Latin American countries he would send forces into he also sent troops into Russia during the Russian revolution to support White Russia. All that time during the Cold War most people never knew we had already sent troops to Russia long ago.
Another thing that Wilson is known for is trust busting and being a friend to the people. Being a Democrat you would expect him to be no friend of big business. The truth is he was a big supporter of big business. He helped to make the federal reserve, and even got to be on the rare 100,000 gold note. His military exploits in Central America were to support the United Fruit Company. So the truth is he did a lot for big business.
While things he did that are taught in school are true it seems the motives were are told are not. It seems that Wilson from school and the Wilson from the real world are not the same.
What did president Woodrow Wilson do that was bad?
He began bankrupting America by signing the Federal Reserve Act. This also introduced the IRS, which would tax the income of citizens to pay off the interest on US government loans. The constitutionality of the IRS has been in question based on the fact that it was never properly ratified, and that it may be seen as a violation of the 4th and 5th amendments. Here is what Wilson said shortly after signing the Federal Reserve Act:
“I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated governments in the civilized world – no longer a government by free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.”
Wilson had a serious stroke late in his second term and could not do much of anything after that. People said his wife ran the country and indeed she did control access to him and decide what he should see and what to ignore.
The story of big government in America begins in the Progressive Era, stretching from the 1880s through World War I. Enamored with 19th-century European historicist philosophy and unwilling to hold any truths as self-evident, American Progressives thought the natural right principles of the Constitution represented the greatest obstacle to political “progress” and “evolution.” In place of the Constitution, Progressivism proposed an administrative state whose purpose would be the unending quest of evolutionary “progress” and whose powers therefore would be unlimited.
More than anyone, Woodrow Wilson advanced the new Progressive theory of human nature and human institutions and the corresponding Progressive critique of the principles of the American Founding and the Founders’ Constitution.
Wilson, who was president of Princeton and of the American Political Science Association before becoming President of the United States, was the first Chief Executive to openly criticize the Constitution, once comparing it to “political witchcraft.” So hostile was he to the self evident truths of the Founding that in a 1911 address he remarked, “if you want to understand the real Declaration of Independence, do not repeat the preface.”
Wilson above all others deserves credit for the notion that the Constitution is a “living” or “evolving” document. As he wrote in 1908, “Government is not a machine, but a living thing. It falls, not under the theory of the universe, but under the theory of organic life. It is accountable to Darwin.” Insisting that the Constitution does not contain any theories or principles, Wilson argued that the Constitution has a “natural evolution” and is “one thing in one age, another in another.” “Living political constitutions,” he wrote, “must be Darwinian in structure and in practice.”
In the course of the 20th century and continuing into the 21st century, Wilson’s interpretation of the Constitution has served the cause of big government, eventually dropping the self-description of “progressive” for the more marketable label “liberal.” But whether they call themselves progressive or liberal, whether they are Democrat or Republican, the advocates of big government are unified in their belief that the principles of the Founding are irrelevant and the meaning of the Constitution can be easily stretched to justify any exercise of government power.
Americans who want to recover limited constitutional government must confront the ideas of Woodrow Wilson.