Winston Churchill Helped Start ‘Unnecessary War’

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Winston Churchill was a crypto-Jew who sold out his country to advance the Rothschilds’ program of world domination. The Masonic Jewish central bankers contrive wars for profit, to kill patriots and to degrade and enslave humanity.

By Henry Makow, PhD | 22 January 2018

HENRY MAKOW — After the first Nazi air raid on London Sept. 7, 1940 which killed 306 people, Winston Churchill remarked, “They cheered me as if I’d given them victory, instead of getting their houses bombed to bits.” (416)

Churchill is telling the truth.

Unknown to Londoners, he had rejected Hitler’s proposal to spare civilian targets. Quite the opposite, he goaded Hitler into bombing London by hitting Berlin and other civilian targets first.

Churchill told his Air Marshall: “Never mistreat an enemy by halves” and instructed his cabinet, “bombing of military objectives, increasingly widely interpreted, seems our best road home at present.” He blocked the Red Cross from monitoring civilian casualties. (440)


Before the end of Sept. 1940, 7,000 Londoners including 700 children lay dead. By the end of the war, more than 60,000 British civilians and 650,000 German civilians died from “strategic” bombing.

In 1940, Churchill had to divert attacks from RAF airfields but he also wanted to start the bloodletting. A year had passed with little action. It was being called the “phoney war.” Hitler was making generous peace offers that many Englishmen wanted to accept.

If Britain had made peace, there would not have been a Jewish holocaust.

Churchill described the Second World War as the “most unnecessary war in history.” But he served bankers in the City who had made good his stock market losses and saved his beloved Chartwell from foreclosure. A manic-depressive, he thrived on the rush of war and cared little for ordinary people.

I realize this is not the saccharine history we are spoon-fed. What we term “history” is mostly propaganda, i.e. a cover-up.

My source for the above is David Irving’s Churchill’s War (Avon Books, 1987), which cuts through the sycophancy that characterizes most accounts of World War Two.

The Second World War was a big step in a long-term program to enslave humanity in a world dictatorship run by the Illuminati (London-based monopoly capital.)

The Illuminati start wars to increase their wealth and power and to control, reshape and brutalize society. Most politicians (Churchill, Obama, Clinton, McCain etc.,) are flunkies, con men, traitors, and criminals, packaged and sold by (banker-owned) mass media and universities. […]

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    Jun 2014
    Posted by Jim_and_Gerry in Secret Elite, United Kingdom

    If you are sympathetic to the view that Germany was responsible for the war and that Britain and her allies fought for the noble cause of saving civilization from German tyranny, we invite you to consider the possibility that you have been misled. We too were once convinced of Germany’s guilt, but having studied the war in minute detail for many years are now firmly of the opinion, and confident we can prove to you, that it was not Germany to blame, but a secret coterie of immensely wealthy upper-class men in Britain. Men who saw the rapidly developing economic, commercial and industrial power of Germany as a threat to their secret plan to bring the entire civilized world under the control of the British Empire. From the early years of the 20th century they met regularly in their great English country houses and plush London clubs to plan in secret how to bring an end to the German threat.

    In those smoke filled parlours of influence the secret cabal took the very conscious decision to meet the threat head-on through war. A war they carefully planned from 1903 onwards, deliberately started in 1914, and purposefully prolonged beyond 1915. They realized that a long war of attrition was the only means by which they could ensure Germany’s complete and utter destruction. It was not simply about victory over the German military machine. Their aim was to crush Germany as an economic and industrial rival. Having accomplished that, they went to unprecedented lengths to cover their tracks and conceal evidence of their guilt. We have uncovered a considerable amount of that evidence and will lay it before you over the coming months and years of the war’s centenary. We ask only that you examine it and let your open mindedness be the judge.

    Secret Elite’s Hidden Control and Connections 1891-1914
    The cabal in London was formally set up in 1891 and funded by the fortune accrued by Cecil Rhodes from gold and diamond mining in South Africa. It had an inner circle – “The Society of the Elect” – comprising members of Britain’s leading dynastic families, chosen members of the aristocracy, massively rich merchant bankers and powerful players in Britain’s military-industrial complex. They had common undergraduate associations, usually Oxford university, close personal relationships and their ultimate goal was to bring all habitable portions of the world under their control. Everything they touched was about control: of people and how their thoughts could be influenced, of political parties, no matter who was nominally in office. They acted in secret and, as professor Quigley revealed, were able to conceal their existence so that many of its most influential members ‘are unknown even to close students of British history.’ [1] The outer circle – “The Association of Helpers” – was large and quite fluid with a membership comprising like-minded political associates, committed, mostly Oxford University graduates, top diplomats and civil servants and newspaper proprietors and editors. At this level of involvement, members may or may not have been aware that they were either an integral part of or inadvertently being used by a secret society. Many on the outer edges of the group, idealists and honest politicians, may never have known that the real decisions were made by a ruthless clique about whom they had no knowledge. [2]

    Dynastic families, the Conservative Cecil’s and the Liberal Rosebery’s, had dominated British politics over the previous four centuries, and had nurtured British imperialism with a keen eye to ever increasing profit and power. The British Empire was a sacred shibboleth to be guarded, protected and continually expanded. The ruthless exploitation of foreign peoples brought vast wealth to a growing moneyed-class. Their greed was conveniently presented as an opportunity to improve the lives of the ‘uncivilised’ natives. The philosophical justification for the secret society lay in Oxford and the work of the professor of fine arts, John Ruskin who pandered to their prejudices by advocating that English ruling-class control be spread throughout the entire globe. Inside the close privacy of the great English country houses, often as guests of the world’s richest men, the Rothschilds, this secret power-base was developed though friendships and mutual interests.

    We have been able to trace the actions and activities of this group from around 1891 onwards, thanks to Professor Quigley who paved the way for later researchers to determine how these powerful men worked to their own ends. Aided by his close connections to certain members of the Secret Elite, Quigley revealed their ‘triple front penetration’ of politics, education and journalism and the methods they used to promote their cause while keeping themselves from public scrutiny. They controlled key politicians, senior diplomats and civil servants, particularly in the Foreign Office, lavishing high office and rewards on them, no matter which political party they nominally served. [3] They controlled the Press, either through pliant journalists or by owning and controlling the newspapers directly. They dictated editorial opinion through chosen placemen and were thus able to greatly influence public opinion. They Cecil Rhodesdirectly controlled the writing of history through appointments to Professorships, establishment of new University Chairs, publishing of official documents and the concealment or destruction of evidence that could implicate them in international and domestic events.

    Tentative discussions about the creation of an elite secret society had been going on through the 1880s but the earliest evidence we have of their formalising procedures dates from 1891. In February of that year, Cecil Rhodes, Lord Reginald Esher and W.T. Stead met in London to outline their ambition to subjugate the world to the primacy of the English race. Rhodes had already made his fortune in South Africa and was prepared to leave his legacy to finance the project. Stead was an immensely respected investigative journalist with an expanding readership who regarded him highly. Esher had the private ear of the monarch and as such had access to all of the important aristocratic households in the country. His royal patronage ensured that he held unelected positions in royal commissions and crucially, the covert Committee of Imperial Defence. Two further important men were quickly inducted into the cabal. Lord Nathaniel Rothschild, the international merchant banker, and Alfred Milner, at that time a relatively little known colonial administrator.

    Lord RothschildBoth of these men represented different aspects of control and influence. The Rothschild dynasty epitomised ‘the money power’ to a degree with which no other could compete. They were all-powerful in British and world banking and considered themselves the equals of royalty [4] even to the extent of calling their London base ‘New Court’. Alfred Milner was a self-made man, a gifted academic who began his working life as an aspiring lawyer, turned to journalism and eventually emerged as an immensely powerful and successful power-broker. In time, he became the undisputed leader of the Secret Elite in London.

    Together these men created a secret society with hierarchical layers of knowledge and involvement, tightly organised, small in number but abundantly influential in its collective associations. Though Masonic in its secrecy, membership was kept closely guarded and depended on friendships, birth and wealth. Quigley identified one additional feature. Members often had a very close association with Oxford University and in particular, All Souls College. At all times these elites acted in secret and even those who shared their views and who played a part in the events which unfolded may not have known about the inner circle which directed the policies they pursued.

    They believed that a new world order was required which would be Anglo-Saxon in origin, and dominated by the English ruling-class values so worshipped by Ruskin and his Oxford-based followers. They held a disdain for democracy and were unaccountable to any electorate. Behind a façade of altruism, they took control in secret, put placemen in political office, controlled and manipulated the press and the writing of history, directed policy to their own advancement and profit and planned, quite specifically, to remove the threat posed by German economic expansion and industrial development.

    In Hidden History we build on the evidence originally presented by Carroll Quigley to reveal in detail how the Secret Elite formed and developed in the twenty years leading up to 1914. They grew all powerful and it became abundantly clear that their leader was Alfred Milner.

    [1] Carroll Quigley, The Anglo-American Establishment, pp.4-5.
    [2] Edward Griffin, The Creature From Jekyll Island, p.272.
    [3] Carroll Quigley, op. cit. p.197.
    [4] Niall Ferguson, House of Rothschild, p.251.

    Jun 2014
    Posted by Jim_and_Gerry in Secret Elite, United Kingdom

    Viscount Alfred Milner
    Alfred Milner stood above all others at the centre of this elite cabal. He was involved from the start and dedicated to the cause of elite Anglo-Saxon global rule. He maintained unquestioned authority among fellow members of the secret society, no matter their great riches and background. He was perhaps the one man among them who completely understood the entire process of manipulating power and dictating history, and was fearless in his ultimate objective. Without Milner at the helm from the moment of Rhodes death in 1902, it is doubtful if any other could have held the Secret Elite together with the steely determination to instigate the First World War. Unelected and unaccountable, he later sat in the inner-most sanctum of Lloyd George’s War Cabinet directing the British war policies from 1916-1918, a testament to his true stature. Yet he is virtually unknown to all but a few academics, deliberately airbrushed from history, hidden from unwanted intrusion from those who still seek to know and understand the First World War.

    Milner was cocooned by the most powerful men in the British Empire. He held sway with the Rothschilds and other immensely wealthy bankers, with the shadowy Lord Esher who controlled access to the monarch, with the press baron, Lord Northcliffe and editors and writers for The Times and other major newspapers. He had the ear of monarchs and was ennobled as Viscount Milner. While Governor General in South Africa he had drawn around him a select group of Oxford graduates from Balliol and New College, moulding them into the most loyal and trustworthy acolytes known as Milner’s Kindergarten. Names like Lionel Curtis, Leo Amery, Philip Kerr, Robert Brand, Geoffrey Dawson and John Buchan went on to play highly significant roles for the Secret Elite in their war against Germany, and were rewarded with stellar careers in politics, law, business and finance. They were always Milner’s men. He was likewise intimately associated with top men in British politics. In the Liberal party they included Henry Asquith, Edward Grey, David Lloyd George and Winston Churchill. His association with Conservative leaders such as Arthur Balfour, Lord Roberts Lansdowne, Lord George Curzon, Robert Cecil and Edward Carson was born in Oxford, blossomed through the Boer War years, and never ceased to bear fruit in directing policy from behind closed doors. Milner was also closely linked to the British military hierarchy, Field Marshall Lord Roberts in particular, during his years in South Africa at the time of the Boer War.

    The Boer War proved an embarrassment which demonstrated clearly that the British Army was not fit for purpose and had to be reformed. This vital task was given to Alfred Milner’s trusted friend, the Liberal member of parliament, Richard Haldane. As Secretary of State for War from 1905-1912, Haldane successfully created the British Expeditionary Force and modernised the War Office. However, the all-powerful Field Marshall Lord Roberts who, although nominally retired from the army in 1905, retained his influence on military high command from behind the scenes. Like many of the earliest members of the Secret Elite, Roberts had bonded with Milner in the heat of the Boer War and was encouraged to continue his elder-statesman role among the high ranking officers of the British Army. As a member of the Secret Elite, Roberts’s approval for those appointed to most senior posts was a pre-requisite for their success, and they ultimately formed a cadre of senior officers that we have named the ‘Robert’s Academy’.

    Officers with outstanding leadership qualities and clear strategic thinking were overlooked for promotion, while members of the Roberts Academy with little discernible talent were promoted on the basis of their intense loyalty to the old field marshal and the secret agenda to which he was committed. The ordinary British soldier paid a very high price indeed for the disgraceful nepotism and outdated ideas of the Roberts Academy. Men such as General Douglas Haig, who ordered the disastrous attack at the Somme in 1916, retained greater faith in the effectiveness of the 19th century cavalry charge over the machine gun. Through Lord Roberts, Secret Elite influence over the British army and its preparations for war with Germany was absolute. In expanding our understanding of Secret Elite control, we have added the armed forces to Professor Quigley’s concept of their ‘triple-front penetration’ of politics, press and the writing of history.

    One of the most secret bodies entrusted with the task of preparing Britain for war with Germany was the Committee for Imperial Defence, (CID) set up after the Boer War fiasco to assist and advise the prime minister. Few politicians knew of the Committee’s existence and fewer still were aware of its top-secret sub-committee empowered in 1905 to prepare for joint military and naval action with France. The CID was dominated and controlled by the Secret Elite. Lord Esher was given permanent membership. Maurice Hankey, the powerful secretary of the CID was approved by both Milner and Roberts, and likewise was on 3 August 1914 a member of the Secret Elite. He organised meetings, prepared agendas and minutes, and requested every government department in Whitehall to prepare a War Book with detailed instructions on what to do once war was declared. Hankey’s value to the Secret Elite was unmatched and his influence eventually extended to the War Cabinet itself. Only the Secret Elite and their agents in government, Asquith, Grey, Haldane, Churchill and Lloyd George, knew about the preparations being made jointly with France and Russia for war with Germany. By August 1914, Prime Minister Asquith and Foreign Secretary Grey had repeatedly denied Britain’s secret commitment to go to war, and continually lied about it in parliament.

    Foreign Secretary, Sir Edward GreyThe most powerful department of government, and one that seemed to be solely accountable to itself, was the Foreign Office. Headed from 1906 onwards by Sir Edward Grey, it manipulated treaties, approved secret codicils, organised royal visits, fostered Secret Elite-supported conferences across the Empire and the Dominions, and controlled every aspect of British foreign policy. Grey had been chosen as Foreign Secretary by the Secret Elite as a safe pair of hands to lead this global power-base even although he had no justifiable qualifications to do so. He was barely coherent in spoken French, then the international language of diplomacy, and as Foreign Secretary, never left the shores of Britain until 1914. He was guided at every turn by the Secret Elite’s carefully selected mandarins in permanent posts within the Foreign Office. Sir Edward Grey was academically undistinguished, took his politics from The Times editorials, and was protected by his associates in the Secret Elite. He was a staunch imperialist fully attuned to the Secret Elite objective and had the support of Alfred Milner. He was rarely challenged in parliament by either his own Liberal Party or the opposition, and on 3 August 1914 it was he who steamrollered the Cabinet and parliament into a declaration of war with Germany. The men who pulled the strings behind this puppet-statesman were linked to Milner and the Secret Elite in a variety of ways; they included the vehemently anti-German Sir Eyre Crowe, permanent secretary Sir Arthur Nicolson, Sir George Buchanan, ambassador to Russia, Sir Francis Bertie, ambassador to France and Viscount Bryce, who had been ambassador to the United States. These were the men who controlled the information that was passed to Grey, annotated diplomatic telegrams and prepared his speeches. All had important roles to play in the genesis of the war and in the war itself.

    This secret, select, privileged, wealthy and frequently ennobled cabal steadily embraced the wealthiest international bankers and industrialists whose interests, by the eve of war, stretched across the Atlantic to America. Some were members of the Secret Elite inner core like Lord Nathaniel (Natty) Rothschild who ensured that Alfred Milner had no financial worries by giving him a directorship of his highly profitable Rio Tinto mining company. Milner was also made a member of the London Joint Stock Bank, director of the Mortgage Company of Egypt, and the Bank of British West Africa. Indeed, so many lucrative posts were thrust at him that Milner had to turn down a directorship of The Times and of the armaments giant, Armstrong-Whitworth. Despite these multiple directorships, Alfred Milner’s most important post was as unchallenged leader of the Secret Elite.

    Do not for a second imagine that the financial world’s allegiance and patronage of Milner and the Secret Elite was limited to the Rothschilds. Sir Ernest Cassel, friend and financier to King Edward VII, Lord John Revelstoke of Barings Bank, members of the Bank of England, the Rand millionaires Sir Alfred Beit and Sir Abe Bailey and later associates like Waldorf Astor were all closely involved. The British South Africa Company was a nest of Secret Elite vipers, and most tellingly, they controlled vast holdings in the armaments industry. Vickers, the Nobel Dynamite Trust, Cammel Laird, John Brown Shipbuilders and Armstrong Whitworth were but some of the international companies whose major shareholders were linked to the secret society.

    Presented February 2016 by Charles Savoie

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