911-kontekst og Antony C. Sutton (1925-2002)
Posted by Fredsvenn den november 5, 2007
Den 12. september 2007 skrev jeg følgende:
«Med referanse til informasjonen i Plattform-dokumentet, bør vi kanskje betrakte som noenlunde avsluttet innsamlingen av bevismateriale på at det var en inside job. Alle nye bevis er naturligvis velkomne, men vi trenger dem ikke. Står vi sterkere med 20 fremfor med 15 «smoking guns»?? Jeg vil anta at neste hovedfase er at alle jobber dypere og dypere med å forstå konteksten. Det betyr å studere historie, og ja: konspirasjonslitteratur. En ting er sikkert: korrupsjonen begynte ikke den 11. september 2001. Denne dagen var bare et nytt høydepunkt for en langvarig korrupt og konspiratorisk tradisjon, som det nå er vår utfordring å utforske, og formidle på en mest mulig pedagogisk måte videre.»
Jeg tror jeg har funnet den beste akademiske forfatteren som kan gi oss NWO-konteksten, nemlig Antony C. Sutton (1925-2002). Jeg har gitt en kort oppsummering av ham i min omtale av Øystein Sørensens bok «Den store sammensvergelsen».
Som en aperitif på Sutton, kommer her et lite utdrag fra kapittel 12 i en bok han skrev i 1976, «Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler»:
«Twentieth-century history, as recorded in Establishment textbooks and journals, is inaccurate. It is a history which is based solely upon those official documents which various Administrations have seen fit to release for public consumption.
The United States has, in spite of the Constitution and its supposed constraints, become a quasi-totalitarian state. While we do not (yet) have the overt trappings of dictatorship, the concentration camps and the knock on the door at midnight, we most certainly do have threats and actions aimed at the survival of non-Establishment critics, use of the Internal Revenue Service to bring dissidents in line, and manipulation of the Constitution by a court system that is politically subservient to the Establishment.
It is in the pecuniary interests of the international bankers to centralize political power – and this centralization can best be achieved within a collectivist society, such as socialist Russia, national socialist Germany, or a Fabian socialist United States.
There can be no full understanding and appreciation of twentieth-century American politics and foreign policy without the realization that this financial elite effectively monopolizes Washington policy. In case after case, newly released documentation implicates this elite and confirms this hypothesis. The revisionist versions of the entry of the United States into World Wars I and II, Korea, and Vietnam reveal the influence and objectives of this elite.
For most of the twentieth century the Federal Reserve System, particularly the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (which is outside the control of Congress, unaudited and uncontrolled, with the power to print money and create credit at will), has exercised a virtual monopoly over the direction of the American economy. In foreign affairs the Council on Foreign Relations, superficially an innocent forum for academics, business¬men, and politicians, contains within its shell, perhaps unknown to many of its members, a power center that unilaterally determines U.S. foreign policy. The major objective of this submerged – and obviously subversive – foreign. policy is the acquisition of markets and economic power (profits, if you will), for a small group of giant multi-nationals under the virtual control of a few banking investment houses and controlling families.
Through foundations controlled by this elite, research by compliant and spineless academics, «conservatives» as well as «liberals,» has been directed into channels useful for the objectives of the elite essentially to maintain this subversive and unconstitutional power apparatus.
Through publishing houses controlled by this same financial elite unwelcome books have been squashed and useful books promoted; fortunately publishing has few barriers to entry and is almost atomistically competitive. Through control of a dozen or so major news¬papers, run by editors who think alike, public information can be almost orchestrated at will. Yesterday, the space program; today, an energy crisis or a campaign for ecology; tomorrow, a war in the Middle East or some other manufactured «crisis.»
The total result of this manipulation of society by the Establishment elite has been four major wars in sixty years, a crippling national debt, abandonment of the Constitution, suppression of freedom and opportunity, and creation of a vast credibility gulf between the man in the street and Washington, D.C. While the transparent device of two major parties trumpeting artificial differences, circus-like conventions, and the cliche of «bipartisan foreign policy» no longer carries credibility, and the financial elite itself recognizes that its policies lack public acceptance, it is obviously prepared to go it alone without even nominal public support.
In brief, we now have to consider and debate whether this New York-based elitist Establishment is a subversive force operating with deliberation and knowledge to suppress the Constitution and a free society. That will be the task ahead in the next decade.»
Rolf Kenneth Myhre