Father of the New World Order“What is most effective today and what will show itself to be an even more effective imperialism in the future will be its bearer — the Anglo-American people. As far as its name is concerned, it has shown itself to be something new: economic imperialism. Everything said about this economic imperialism is untrue and more or less consciously leads to untruthfulness.” Rudolf Steiner, The History and Actuality of Imperialism, Lecture 1, Imperialism, Dornach, February 20, 1920.
President Woodrow Wilson, through his naïve intellectual worldview, was the unwitting father of the New World Order through his Fourteen Point plan and his League of Nations. Wilson was a political paradox and his efforts usually back-fired on him, becoming the opposite of what his idealistic political science fantasies imagined. Wilson embodied a certain type of blind intellectual hubris. His idealistic League of Nations eventually became the United Nations, the Mother and home of the New World Order and corporate imperialistic globalism. Wilson’s biggest mistake was listening to bankers and barons of industry who proffered a foreign policy that led America to enter WWI. Wilson was so clueless about leading the country that numerous intellectuals and bankers created an advisory group called “Inquiry” to instruct him. Wilson’s Fourteen Points were based on the research of the Inquiry, a team of about 150 advisors led by foreign-policy advisor Edward M. House.
Inquiry’s advice steered Wilson from being an idealistic isolationist to becoming a leader in global democracy, making America the watchdog of the world. Wilson’s “instructions” from the Inquiry led him to loan money to both side of the war and pass the debt on to the American people through payroll taxes assessed by the Internal Revenue Service. Domestically, Wilson gave the country over to greedy corporate tycoons who used their government positions to amass more personal wealth. It was during the Woodrow Wilson presidency that corporate imperialism of globalists were able to sell out Americans and the people of every nation under the guiding direction of the United Nations and the warlord bankers and brokers who created it.
KEY POINT: The Inquiry eventually transformed into the Council on Foreign Relations which is still filled with globalists and corporate warlords who sell out America for personal gain and control the White House policies on foreign affairs.There is a direct “mafia-like” lineage of corporate imperialists starting with Charles Dawes who taught Edwin Pauley and Allen Dulles, who then taught Henry Kissinger and George Bush Sr. This globalist mafia lineage has controlled American foreign and domestic policy since the presidency of Woodrow Wilson.
Wilson is, quite literally, the father of the New World Order based upon his political science fantasies and the strong-arm techniques of the rich corporate war-lords he put in control.
During his presidency, Wilson was responsible for the following naïve and shortsighted actions:
- The Federal Reserve Act – creating the U. S. Federal Reserve System and its central banks
- World War I – loaned billions to both sides before and after the war without any formal alliance
- The Selective Service Act – conscription of soldiers for the war
- Liberty Bonds – borrowed billions of dollars from Americans for war
- The Revenue Act – created income tax slavery for paying off the war debt
- The Fourteen Points and the League of Nations – both were rejected by congress and Versailles
- Treaty of Versailles – failed to get congressional approval
- The Espionage Act of 1917 – created “International Security” mechanisms that led to CIA
- The Sedition Act of 1918 – created “National Security” mechanisms that led to the FBI
- The Federal Trade Commission Act – lowered tariffs leading to the depression
- The Clayton Antitrust Act – encouraged robber barons
- The Federal Farm Loan Act – supported corporate control
- The Adamson Act – regulated workdays but did not protect children
- Refused political sanctuary to Russia’s Nicholas II – leading to his death
- War Industries Board – took over American industry and gave it to his personal friends
- Labor Unions – forced cooperation
- The Lever Act – regulated agriculture and food production
- National railroad system – allowed Secretary of the Treasury full control
- Suppressed anti-draft activists – used government forces against citizens
- The First Red Scare of 1919–1920 – expulsion of non-citizen “radicals”
- Enforced racial segregation – throughout the military, the Treasury, and other federal offices
- Granted autonomy to governmental department heads – authorities used their power for personal gain
- Continued as president after a major stroke that left his wife in charge of the White House
- Attempted to run for a third term even after the stroke
Wilson’s own words are his best indictment:
A few quotes from Wilson’s writing will demonstrate that he was no friend of the U.S. Constitution and saw his position as president as one of supreme authority. Many of Wilson’s ideas could be interpreted as racist and fascist.“A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is privately 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 the duress of small groups of dominant men.” The New Freedom
“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 somebody, 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 had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.”
Wilson Guts the Bill of Rights, Constitution, and Rule of Law“No doubt a lot of nonsense has been talked about the inalienable rights of the individual, and a great deal that was mere sentiment and pleasing speculation has been put forward as fundamental principle.”
“I am an advocate of peace, but there are some splendid things that come to a nation through the discipline of war.”
“The Constitution was not meant to hold the government back to the time of horses and wagons.”
Wilson’s reputation suffered from the Sedition Act and the Espionage Act, laws he supported and signed in his second term, convinced that winning World War I required a crackdown on home-front dissent. He permitted a variety of transgressions against civil liberties, leading to about 175,000 arrests and 2,000 wartime prosecutions. His postmaster general banned the mailing of a variety of liberal, socialist, and radical publications. His Justice Department rounded up and arrested labor organizers. Vigilantes attacked innocent people for the crime of being German-American. The socialist leader Eugene Debs, who’d run against him in the four-way election of 1912, was tried and sentenced to 10 years for making antiwar speeches.
Woodrow Wilson did indeed birth a new form of “economic imperialism” and handed it over to the most ruthless capitalists in America, men he was “afraid” to even speak about openly. He was a weak president who had no practical skills in foreign diplomacy or domestic policy, learning everything from books or taking advice from the Inquiry.
Wilson essentially sold America to the highest bidders from the banking and oil industries that had already terrorized the U.S. economy and wished to gain new global markets to manipulate and exploit. The New World Order plan may have been initiated by Wilson and the Inquiry, but it has been fortified and entrenched year after year, president after president, until today where citizens around the world face the horrific leviathan of global governance and world-wide fascism.
The Inquiry Becomes the Council on Foreign Relations
The Inquiry was tasked to create options for Wilson. Through 1917-18, the Inquiry advisers gathered in New York City to assemble strategies. In 1919, the scholars traveled to the Paris Peace Conference. In a meeting with British counterparts at the Hotel Majestic, both the Council on Foreign Relations and its British counterpart, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, formerly known as Chatham House in London, were born.
The Inquiry, or Council, became controlled by New York financiers and international lawyers headed by Elihu Root, J. P. Morgan’s lawyer, and was formally established in New York on July 29, 1921, with 108 founding members, including John W. Davis, the chief counsel for J. P. Morgan & Co., and former Solicitor General for President Wilson, as its founding president. Other members included John Foster Dulles, Herbert Lehman, Henry Stimson, Averell Harriman, the Rockefeller family’s public relations expert, Ivy Lee, and Paul M. Warburg and Otto H. Kahn of the law firm Kuhn Loeb.
The Council initially had strong connections to the Morgan interests, such as the lawyer, Paul Cravath, whose pre-eminent New York law firm (Cravath, Swaine & Moore) represented Morgan businesses. Morgan partner, Russell Leffingwell, later became its first chairman. The head of the group’s finance committee was Alexander Hemphill, chairman of Morgan’s Guaranty Trust Company. Harvard economist Edwin F. Gay, editor of the New York Evening Post, owned by Morgan partner Thomas W. Lamont, served as Secretary-Treasurer of the organization. Other members related to Morgan included Frank L. Polk, former Under-Secretary of State and attorney for J.P. Morgan & Co. Former Wilson Under-Secretary of State Norman H. Davis was a banking associate of the Morgans. Over time, however, the locus of power shifted inexorably to the Rockefeller family. Paul Cravath’s law firm also represented the Rockefeller family.
Even from its inception, the Council was funded by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. who was a regular benefactor, making annual contributions, as well as a large gift of money towards its first headquarters. Several of Rockefeller’s sons joined the council when they came of age. David Rockefeller joined the council as its youngest-ever director. Rockefeller Brothers Fund has also funded the Council.
The secrecy surrounding this group was such that the Council members that comprised the “outer circles” were not involved in its deliberations and were unaware of the study group’s existence. It was divided into four functional topic groups: economic and financial, security and armaments, territorial, and political. The security and armaments group was headed by Allen Dulles who later became a pivotal figure in the OSS and CIA.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, as former attorney for Standard Oil and a longtime board member of the Rockefeller Foundation, maintained strong ties to the Council and to the Rockefellers. Dulles gave a speech for the Council in which he announced a new direction for foreign policy: “There is no local defense which alone will contain the mighty land power of the communist world. Local defenses must be reinforced by the further deterrent of massive retaliatory power.”
After this speech, the council convened a session on “Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy” and chose a Harvard scholar, Henry Kissinger, to head it. Kissinger spent the following academic year working on the project at Council headquarters. The book that he published from his research in 1957 gave him national recognition, topping the national bestseller lists. Kissinger had continued to publish in Foreign Affairs and was appointed by President Nixon to serve as National Security Adviser in 1969.
Charles Gates Dawes (1865–1951) was an American banker, politician, and military general who was the 30th Vice President of the United States. Dawes served in the First World War, was the Comptroller of the Currency, the first director of the Bureau of the Budget, and, in later life, the Ambassador to the United Kingdom. Throughout, Dawes kept his eye on profits, especially personal profits gleaned from the power of governmental positions.
Dawes made his fortune in gas and oil by acquiring interests in Midwestern gas plants. He also became the president of both the La Crosse Gas Light Company and the Northwestern Gas Light and Coke Company. His success brought him to the attention of Republican party leaders who asked Dawes to manage the Illinois portion of William McKinley’s bid for president. McKinley rewarded Dawes by appointing him Comptroller of the Currency, United States Department of the Treasury.
In 1902, Dawes organized the Central Trust Company of Illinois, where he served as its president until 1921. Through this company, Dawes helped support the first Anglo-French Loan to the Entente powers of $500 million. Dawes represented the House of Morgan which needed the appearance of a “non-Morgan” banker.
During the First World War, Dawes was promoted to brigadier general and served in France during WWI as chairman of the purchasing board for the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF), a member of the Military Board of Allied Supply, and a member of the Liquidation Commission of the United States War Department.
In 1921, President Warren G. Harding appointed Dawes the first director of the Bureau of the Budget. Hoover appointed him to the Allied Reparations Commission in 1923. At the 1924 Republican National Convention, President Calvin Coolidge was quickly selected almost without opposition to be the Republican presidential nominee. The delegates chose Dawes to be the vice-presidential nominee.
As the Great Depression continued to ravage the United States, Dawes accepted President Herbert Hoover’s appeal to leave diplomatic office and head the newly created Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC). Dawes resumed a role in the banking business, serving for nearly two decades as chairman of the board of the City National Bank and Trust Co. Charles Dawes died a very wealthy man and was the archetypal example of a warlord banker who becomes an oil baron, even while holding public office. Dawes was a close friend of Woodrow Wilson and became his “right hand man” after the war.
Wilson’s Failure during the Treaty of Versailles
The Treaty of Versailles, which ended the WWI between the German Empire and the Allied and Associated Powers, did not use the word “guilt” but it served as a legal basis to compel Germany to pay reparations for the war. Article 231 was the key point of controversy. It specified:
“The Allied and Associated Governments affirm and Germany accepts the responsibility of Germany and her allies for causing all the loss and damage to which the Allied and Associated Governments and their nationals have been subjected as a consequence of the war imposed upon them by the aggression of Germany and her allies.”
Later, this article was referred to as the “guilt” clause and was again and again referred to by Adolf Hitler as a just cause for another war.
Unable to agree upon the amount that Germany should pay in reparations at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, and the other Allies established a Reparation Commission to settle the question. In the spring of 1921, the Commission, headed by Dawes, set the final bill at $31.5 billion.
Under the Dawes Plan, J. P. Morgan loaned the German government $200 million to help encourage economic stabilization. U.S. banks continued to lend Germany enough money to enable it to meet its reparation payments to countries such as France and the United Kingdom. These countries, in turn, used their reparation payments from Germany to service their war debts to the United States. In 1928, the Young Plan called for the establishment of a Bank for International Settlements, designed to facilitate the payment of reparations.
When Germany defaulted on a payment in January 1923, France and Belgium occupied the Ruhr to force payment. Inflation in Germany, which had begun to accelerate in 1922, spiraled into hyperinflation. The value of the German currency collapsed as reparations caused a depression.
In 1931, as the world sunk ever deeper into depression, a one-year moratorium on all debt and reparation payments was declared at the behest of President Herbert Hoover; an effort to renew the moratorium the following year failed. By mid-1933, all European debtor nations except Finland had defaulted on their loans from the United States and the Dawes and Young plans failed miserably leaving America holding the bag – an empty bag. Dawes plans of reparations were a total failure and many say they inexorably led to WWII.
Edwin W. Pauley – Dawes Student and Kissinger Mentor
Following in the footsteps of his mentor Charles Dawes, Edwin Pauley oversaw assigning and collecting war reparations after WWII as Dawes had done after WWI. Dawes charged Germany and her allies huge unpayable reparations that lead Germany into WWII due to the unjust and greedy demands and because of the nature of Article 231 – the “guilt” clause.“We must claim all we can accept. The U.S. might well demand more reparations except that we are limited as to the kind and type of thing we can take. We cannot use plants, machinery, and labor. But we can take and should assert to the fullest extent our demand for gold currencies, foreign assets, patents, processes, and technical knowhow of every type.” Edwin Pauley, U. S. Ambassador, 1945.
Pauley was the archetypal warlord banker who had in insatiable lust for gold, oil, and money and used his governmental positions to become extraordinarily rich. Edwin Pauley’s greed was far beyond that of Charles Dawes. Pauley was first a banker and then an oil man who sold one of his oil companies to Rockefeller and later joined with George Bush Sr. in Zapata Oil, a company that became a front for the Central Intelligence Agency.
Pauley was the key player during and after WWII in controlling currencies, assets, oil, gas, gold, and war reparations (national debt). Pauley was fully in charge of the “spoils of war” after WWII. His actions continued to empower the U. S. Federal Reserve, the Council on Foreign Relations, the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the Bank of International Settlements. These organizations evolved into the machinery that now constitute the financial branch of the New World Order.
It was the negligence of Pauley’s mentor, Charles Dawes that allowed the tenants of the secret Sykes-Picot Treaty (1916) and the Brest-Litovsk Treaty (1918) to go unchallenged because Woodrow Wilson could not get the Treaty of Versailles, the Fourteen Points, or the League of Nations ratified by the Versailles Peace Talks or the U. S. Congress.
KEY POINT: Pauley’s actions supported the “spoils” of the Ottoman Empire being divided between the British, French, and Russians and the oil wars that ensued.
The Sykes-Picot Treaty divided the Ottoman Empire into Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine, Israel, Iran, and Iraq and assigned those countries to the winners of WWI, except for the United States. This set the “stage” for Middle Eastern chaos which was the imperialistic parceling out of the spoils of war and the rich oil resources each country possessed.
There was no consideration for the people who lived in those countries, their well-being, or a just consideration for the resources that the countries themselves should benefit from, instead of the conquering nations who claimed everything of value for themselves. These arbitrary and greedy decisions have led to a continuing series of “oil wars.” They also allowed Pauley to divide the oil resources between his friends who were warlord bankers and oil barons, assuring that Pauley himself got his profits.
Pauley learned from Charles Dawes how to starve and control a defeated nation and fleece its assets. He learned from his close friend Allen Dulles, who started the OSS (Office of Special Services) which became the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), how to confiscate the spoils of war and turn them into CIA fronts that launder confiscated gold, currencies, assets, and oil into the open market. Edwin Pauley made sure that the CIA had control of the U. S. Treasury’s Exchange Stabilization Fund so that it could control the laundered spoils and ensure that currency wars would be controlled by the CIA.
Edwin Pauley was also a friend and associate of the richest American of all times, John D. Rockefeller, who had control of 85% of the oil used in WWI. Dawes and Pauley made sure that the Rockefellers got their share of oil profits throughout WWI and WWII.Pauley and Allen Dulles worked together closely to establish the original Deep State that controls the U. S. economy and its wars.
Throughout WWII, Pauley worked with corrupt bankers like Prescott Bush (George Bush Sr.’s father) to finance the war. Pauley was a double agent openly working for America but secretly working for his own profits and the profits of his close friends, which including the Nazis. Some of Pauley’s friends became rich beyond imagination and Dulles’s CIA took control of untold amounts of war spoils from Germany and Japan who had stolen them from every country they conquered during both world wars. The gold spoils alone made the CIA corporate “fronts” some of the richest companies in the world. Dawes and Pauley had fleeced the world and built an unstoppable CIA “company” that was secret and could manipulate world markets, currencies, oil, and “oil futures,” which were invented by his friend John Rockefeller.
Edwin Pauley was an evil genius whose efforts continue to harm the world and advance the corporate imperialism of globalists, especially Big Oil Barons. Pauley’s manipulation of oil markets was the blueprint for Henry Kissinger to lead OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) to manipulate world economies at will through an imaginary belief in U. S. fiat currency which drove the petro-dollar to dominate the world for decades. Pauley weaponized the power of Big Oil barons to take over global wealth and terrorize the world with “oil wars” that continue to this day.
Essentially, Edwin Pauley was the original “Godfather” of Rockefeller, Dulles, Kissinger, Bush Sr., and the 128 Rothschild controlled central banks throughout the world. No one person has ever had the power and control over the global agenda that Edwin Pauley had for forty years. Henry Kissinger, George Bush Sr., George Soros, and the rest of the die-hard globalist are simply good students of Edwin Pauley, the oil mafia Godfather.
Edwin Pauley – Big Oil Godfather
Edwin Pauley was an oil magnate who advised presidents and organized the nation’s first comprehensive petroleum policy. Along the way, he gained great power in the Democratic Party. Pauley founded the Petrol Corporation, an independent petroleum producer, in 1928. He later sold the company to Rockefeller’s Standard Oil. In 1958, he incorporated Pauley Petroleum Inc., serving as chairman of the board, and teamed up with Howard Hughes to expand oil production in the Gulf of Mexico through a highly productive offshore petroleum reserves.
Pauley became involved with the Democratic Party as a fundraiser in 1930s, eventually becoming treasurer of the Democratic National Committee. In the summer of 1944, while treasurer of the DNC, Pauley was part of a group that persuaded Roosevelt to choose Truman over Henry Wallace as the vice-presidential nominee. To thank him, President Roosevelt chose Pauley to be Washington’s petroleum manager at the onset of World War II, coordinating lend-lease supplies to Britain and the Soviet Union.
After the war, Pauley served as the American representative on the Allied Reparations Commission from 1945-1947. Pauley traveled to Europe and Asia to assess what reparations the defeated Axis powers could afford to pay the victors. Pauley served in Truman’s ‘kitchen cabinet’ and later advised Presidents Kennedy and Johnson.
Some political offices that Pauley held were:
- 1941 – Petroleum Coordinator for War in Europe on petroleum lend-lease supplies for Russia and England
- 1941 – Secretary of the Democratic National Committee
- 1942-48 – Treasurer of the Democratic National Committee
- 1944 – Director of the Democratic National Convention
- 1944-48 – Democratic National Committeeman
- 1945-47 – U.S. Representative on the Reparations Commission as Ambassador
- 1947 – Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Army
- 1947-48 – Adviser to the Secretary of State on reparations
Edwin Pauley worked together with Dulles as a covert CIA agent in the Roosevelt and Truman administrations. Pauley also had the loyalty of President Truman, especially for his role in getting him the delegate numbers to replace Henry Wallace as vice president in 1944, which ultimately took Truman to the White House when Roosevelt died in 1945.
Pauley was always committed to profit and, like the Dulles brothers, did not distinguish between his own interests and his public duties. During World War II he was in the perfect position to assist the Dulles brothers in their Nazi oil deals. Pauley organized the Petroleum Administration for War, and more important for Allen Dulles, Pauley also held the key position of Petroleum Coordinator of Lend-Lease Supplies for the Soviet Union and Britain while he secretly pushed his own private oil interests in Mexico. After the war, Pauley became partners with an independent oil producer named George H. W. Bush.
Truman appointed Pauley to be the industrial and commercial adviser to the Potsdam Conference where his chief task was to renegotiate the reparations agreements formulated at Yalta. There was a lot of money involved, and much of it belonged to the Dulles brothers’ clients who were shifting Nazi assets out of Europe. They didn’t want the Soviets to get their hands on these assets or even know they had existed. Pauley played a significant role in solving this problem for the Dulles brothers. The major part of Nazi Germany’s industrial assets was in the zones occupied by the West’s forces. Pauley managed to deceive the Soviets for long enough to allow Allen Dulles to spirit much of the remaining Nazi assets out of the country.
Pauley was then given the job of surveying Japan’s assets and determining the amount of its war debt. Again, it was another job that was crucial to the Dulles secret financial and intelligence operations.
In 1958, Pauley founded Pauley Petroleum and teamed up with Howard Hughes to expand oil production in the Gulf of Mexico. Pauley Petroleum discovered a highly productive offshore petroleum reserve and in 1959 became involved in a dispute with the Mexican Government, which considered the royalties from the wells to be too low. Hughes and Pauley were working for the CIA from time to time while advancing their own financial interests in the lucrative Mexican oil fields.
Pauley invented an intelligence money-laundering system in Mexico, which was refined in the 1970s as part of Nixon’s Watergate scandal. At one point CIA agents used Pemex, the Mexican government’s oil monopoly, as a business cover at the same time Pemex was being used as a money laundry for Pauley’s campaign contributions. Mexico became part of the “revolving door” between the oil industry and the intelligence community. Pauley was the originator of the use of Mexican oil fronts to create a slush fund for Richard Nixon’s various campaigns.
In the mid-1950s, Bush established Zapata Petroleum and leased oil rigs to Edwin Pauley and took a commission from all the oil Pauley pumped out of the Gulf of Mexico. Pauley was George Bush’s most important customer and close friend. The deals Bush cut with Pauley in Mexico catapulted him into political life. In 1960, Bush became a protégé of Richard Nixon, who was then running for president of the United States.
Bush’s Zapata oil company caught the attention of Allen Dulles, who was the man who recruited Bush’s company as a part-time purchasing front for the CIA. Zapata provided commercial supplies for one of Dulles’s most notorious operations, the Bay of Pigs invasion. Bush started working for the agency in 1960 using his oil business as a cover for clandestine activities. Bush described Nixon as his “mentor,” and in 1972, Nixon appointed Bush as head of the Republican National Committee to maintain Pauley’s corrupt campaign donation scheme.
It was Bush who told Nixon that the Watergate investigations might start uncovering the skeletons in the Republican party’s closet. Bush told Nixon that he could not shift the blame for the Mexican slush fund to the CIA without wrecking the intelligence community. Bush himself acknowledged that he wrote Nixon a letter asking him to step down. The day after Bush did so, Nixon resigned. Bush had hoped to become Gerald Ford’s vice president upon Nixon’s resignation, but he was appointed U.S. ambassador to the UN (New World Order) and Nelson Rockefeller became vice president.
Pauley had also taught Bush how to launder money through corporate subsidiaries to be used for political payoffs as well as in financing of campaigns. Both Pauley and Bush used this system to finance Richard Nixon’s presidential campaigns, and it was this laundering scheme which was discovered after the 1972 election, when a check drawn on a Mexican bank account of a subsidiary of a Houston corporation controlled by Bush’s friends appeared in the Miami bank account of a Watergate plumber. The Nixon tapes revealed that the financing scheme could blow the lid of the “whole Bay of Pigs Thing.”
In 1975, Bush was brought back to become head of the CIA. After all, he had previous experience with protecting the Agency from the Watergate investigation.
Key points to consider:
- Prescott Bush worked with Allen Dulles to finance the Third Reich and then, when war broke out, cloaked their activities under the cover of intelligence operations.
- George Bush Sr. established an oil leasing business in Texas, the biggest client of which was Edwin Pauley, Dulles’s confidant, Nixon’s bagman, and a front man for CIA money laundering. Bush himself played a minor role in CIA covert operations from the early 1960s.
- Through Pauley, Nixon recruited Bush to handle a variety of sensitive assignments. Bush later asked Nixon to resign for fear that the Watergate investigations might uncover further scandals.
Allen Dulles – Founder of the CIA – Bush Sr.’s Boss
The CIA (originally the OSS) was created as a government-funded, PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL POLICE FORCE which watched over the investments and interests of the rich. John F. Kennedy was assassinated by the CIA (Allen Dulles & associates) because he was not a globalist who bowed down to the rich elite. JFK fired Allen Dulles, but Dulles refused to surrender his position. JFK stood against the institutions of globalism and spoke openly about the ills of the IMF, World Bank, and the families who owned shares in and controlled shares of the central banks throughout the world.
Certain elite family businesses and organizations were going to lose out from future JFK polices and investigations, especially Executive Order 11110. Among them were the Dulles, Cabots, Forbes, Rockefellers, Stillmans, Whitneys, Bechtels, Hoovers, Bushs and people associated with the Morgan group.
Dulles himself said “I’m more of a Wall Street lawyer than a spy.” Dulles, with the help of Pauley, created a “CIA inside of the CIA” by using the German Black Eagle Trust and Yamashita gold that was part of the spoils of WWII that were stolen from Germany and Japan. Allen Dulles became manager of these funds and commodities when he became CIA head.
The Dallas CIA shooters of JFK came up from Mexico with the help of the Permargo Corporation and E. Howard Hunt. Permargo was a company formed by Dulles operatives Edwin Pauley and George Bush Sr. Edwin Pauley used the Black Eagle gold to bribe U.S. politicians; later Reverend Sun Myung Moon became part of this operation and Bush Sr. received over $10 million from the Moon organization. Prescott Bush and Allen Dulles became close friends after working together in 1938 to place more Saudi oil under USA control.
In 1960, Bush Sr. created a new oil company, Perforaciones Marinas del Golfo (Permargo) with Edwin Pauley of Pan American Petroleum. Bush hid his investment in Permargo from the Mexican government, skirting Mexican foreign-ownership laws. The Securities and Exchange Commission destroyed the related documents after Bush became vice president in 1981. In 1979, in the Gulf of Mexico Ixtoc I’s offshore drilling rig, set up by the Perforaciones Marinas del Golfo was destroyed by the blast of an oil eruption. Ixtoc I’s well blowout spewed oil for 290 days, dumping 140 million gallons of oil into the Gulf waters. This spill, from offshore rigs owned by Bush and Pauley, was the largest in history.
Zapata Petroleum began through Bush’s joint efforts with Thomas J. Devine, a CIA staffer who had resigned his agency position that same year to go into private business, but who continued to work for the CIA under commercial cover. During the Bay of Pigs invasion and the Cuban Missile Crisis, Zapata allowed its oil rigs to be used as listening posts. Essentially, Zapata was a purchasing front and money laundering corporation for the CIA.
By 1963, Zapata Off-Shore had four operational oil-drilling rigs that merged with South Penn Oil and other six other subsidiaries to become Pennzoil. In 1964, Bush ran for the United States Senate, and lost; he continued as president of Zapata Off-Shore until 1966 when he ran for the U.S. House of Representatives.
When Bush was director of the CIA in the 1970s, the agency published false oil data to justify the arming of the Arab nations. After Bush returned to office in the 1980s, his arms-for-oil agenda became clear: U.S. purchases of Iraqi oil increased twelvefold to over one million barrels a day, which helped finance Iraq’s war machine. Bush was pro-Arab, a bias that colored American oil and arms policy in the Middle East.
George Bush’s grandfather, George Herbert Walker founded the banking and investment firm of G. H. Walker and Company in 1900. Walker was one of Hitler’s most powerful financial supporters in the United States. Brown Brothers Harriman was another bank that specialized in investments in Germany. Walker made Prescott Bush vice president of W. A. Harriman and they created Union Banking that became a Nazi money-laundering machine. Prescott Bush specialized in British investors in Nazi Germany, and Walker handled the Americans. While the United States suffered in the Depression, Walker made millions for his clients by investing in Germany’s economic revival.
In 1931, Harriman & Company merged with a British-American investment company to become Brown Brothers Harriman. Walker also set up a deal to take over the North American operations of the Hamburg-Amerika Line, a cover for I. G. Farben’s Nazi espionage unit in the United States. The shipping line smuggled in German agents, propaganda, and money for bribing American politicians to see things Hitler’s way. The holding company was Walker’s American Shipping & Commerce, which shared the offices with Union Banking. In an elaborate corporate paper trail, Harriman’s stock in American Shipping & Commerce was controlled by yet another holding company, the Harriman Fifteen Corporation, run out of Walker’s office.