Dr. Stanley Monteith
March 13, 2011
I began this series with four questions:
Why are there 20-25 million unemployed people in the United States?
2. Why isn't the federal government enforcing our immigration laws?
3. Why does the federal government give tax incentives to manufacturers that offshore their production and outsource their jobs?
4. Who is responsible for the economic recession that is crippling our nation?
The vast majority of the American people can't answer those questions because there is a conscious effort to conceal the truth. If you want to learn the cause of the high level of unemployment, or why the federal government doesn't enforce the immigration laws, you must recognize the fact that there are two possible explanations for every situation. The problem either occurred by accident (the accidental view of history), or it was planned (the conspiratorial view of history). Gary Allen and Larry Abraham proposed that concept in their book, None Dare Call it Conspiracy. The authors claimed major events are planned, and the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) was (is) a "front" for a secret society that controls the world, 
Gary Allen completed his manuscript in 1971, but he couldn't find a publisher because the members of the Council on Foreign Relations controlled most of the major publishing houses in the U.S. at that time, and they didn't want the public to know about their organization.  As a result, Gary Allen printed ten million paperback copies of his book, and distributed them by direct mail and through other channels.
Millions of people read None Dare Call It Conspiracy in the 1970s, and learned about the secret society that created the Council on Foreign Relations. Thousand of copies were initially available in used book stores, but they gradually disappeared because (I suspect) the Brotherhood of Darkness (BOD) purchased the books and systematically destroyed them. It is very difficult to find a copy of None Dare Call It Conspiracy in a used book store today. When I wrote this letter, Amazon had 14 new or used copies of the paperback edition of None Dare Call it Conspiracy. What happened to the other 10 million copies of Gary Allen's paperback book?
Does the BOD suppress books today? Certainly. If one of their publishing houses releases a book that reveals the truth, the book is recalled, and the copies are destroyed.
During most of the twentieth century, if an independent publisher released a book that exposed the CFR, the company was purchased, and the book was suppressed. That happened to Professor Quigley's book, Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time. The BOD purchased Macmillan, and "accidentally destroyed" the plates of the first half of Professor Quigley's book.  A similar thing happened to Monica Jensen Stevenson's book, Kiss The Boys Goodbye. Monica told me someone purchased the company that republished her book, and "accidentally" shredded 5,000 copies. 
In several instances, the Brotherhood of Darkness (BOD) has encouraged people to file libel suits against companies that published books that exposed "the conspiracy." That happened to the company that published Monica Jensen Stevenson's second book, Spite House, and TrineDay, the company that published Lt. Colonel Daniel Marvin's book, The Expendable Elite. 
In recent years the situation has changed. Millions of people listen to alternative radio broadcasts every day, and they have learned about the BOD's subversive effort to establish world government, and that is important because:
"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be." 
Thomas Jefferson penned those words in 1816, and they are still true today. If we are to remain free, we must expose the dark spiritual force (the BOD) that controls our nation.
Gary Allen's book, None Dare Call it Conspiracy, is still one of the best sources of information on the origin of the subversive movement that controls the United States, but the book doesn't discuss the Trilateral Commission or the spiritual force that energizes the effort to unite the world.
Gary Allen (and Larry Abraham) wrote:
"Cecil Rhodes' commitment to a conspiracy to establish World Government was set down in a series of wills described by Frank Aydelotte in his book, American Rhodes Scholarships. Aydelotte writes:
'The seven wills which Cecil Rhodes made between the ages of 24 and 46 [Rhodes died at age forty-eight] constitute a kind of spiritual autobiography. . . . Best known are the first (the Secret Society Will. . .) and the last, which established the Rhodes Scholarships. . . .'
In his first will Rhodes states his aim still more specifically: 'The extension of British rule throughout the world . . . the foundation of so great a power as to hereafter render wars impossible and promote the interests of humanity.'
The 'Confession of Faith' enlarges upon these ideas. The model for this proposed secret society was the Society of Jesus, though he mentions also the Masons." 
Who was Frank Aydelotte, and why is he very important today? Frank Aydelotte was a Rhodes Scholar, he was president of the Association of Rhodes Trustees, and he wrote a book titled The Vision Of Cecil Rhodes. The following information comes from that book. Frank Aydelotte's words are printed in bold type. My remarks are printed in regular type:
"The seven wills which Cecil Rhodes made between the ages of twenty-four and forty-six constitute a kind of spiritual autobiography. While they contain no reference to the events of his life, they reflect the most important part of him, his ideals and aspirations, and the development of his thoughts as to how those aspirations could best be realized. . . . Best known are the first (the Secret Society Will, written while he was still an undergraduate), and the last, which established the Rhodes Scholarships. The gradual change in Rhodes's thinking which led him to give up his plan for a secret society and turn instead to a great and novel plan of international education can be traced in these interesting documents." 
That is a very important passage. Frank Aydelotte claims Cecil Rhodes "gave up his plan for a secret society," but Frank Aydelotte knew that wasn't true because he led the American branch of the globalist movement for many years. He was also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) that was (is) a "front" for the Round Table (Milner) Group, and the Round Table was (is) a "front" for the Association of Helpers, the inner circle of Cecil Rhodes' secret society. 
How do we know Cecil Rhodes created a secret society, and that the influence of that movement exists today?
Cecil Rhodes discussed the secret society in his "Confession of
(2) Five of Cecil Rhodes' seven wills mentioned the fact that he wanted to establish a secret society. Rhodes' sixth will didn't mention the secret society because it was organized in 1891. 
(3) William Stead wrote about the secret society after he was expelled from the organizaton. 
(4) Cecil Rhodes wrote a letter to William Stead that mentions "our Society."
(5) H.G. Wells described the organization in a fictional book titled The New Machiavelli. 
(6) Frederic Howe met several members of Milner's Kindergarten in 1919. 
(7) The Milner Group (the secret society), and their American counterparts, organized the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the Council on Foreign Relations. 
(8) Alfred Zimmern was a member of the secret society from 1910-1922. 
(9) Professor Quigley "studied it (the secret society-ed) for twenty years, and was permitted for two years, in the early 1960s, to examine its papers and secret records." 
(10) I examined Professor Quigley's papers (1980), and found the records of the secret meetings.
(11) The major media concealed the existence of the CFR until (about) 2000.
(12) David Rockefeller organized the Trilateral Commission in 1973 after Gary Allen exposed the CFR in 1972.
(13) The movement suppressed Professor Quigley's books.
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According to Professor Quigley:
"This society has been called by various names. During the frst decade or so it was called 'the secret society of Cecil Rhodes,' or 'the dream of Cecil Rhodes.' In the second and third decades of its existence it was known as 'Milner's Kindergarten' (1901-1910) and as 'the Round Table Group' (1910-1920). Since 1920 it has been called by various names, depending on which phase of its activities was being examined. It has been called 'The Times crowd,' 'the Rhodes crowd,' the 'Chatham House crowd,' 'The All Souls group,' and 'the Cliveden set.'"
Next time, I’ll discuss further the personalities and events which have shaped the world we live in. My hope is that you will see the chain of events which so clearly point to a “Secret Cabal.”
Gary Allen, None Dare Call it Conspiracy, Concord Press, Rossmoor, CA,
1971, pp. 1-10.
2. Who controls the media?
3. Interview, Professor Quigley: Secret Government tape/CD set, available from Radio Liberty.
4. Interview, Monica Jensen Stevenson, Only One Returned tape/CD set, available from Radio Liberty.
5. Personal communication, Monica Jensen Stevenson and Lt. Col Daniel Marvin.
6. John Bartlett, op.cit.
7. Gary Allen, op. cit. p. 79.
8. Frank Aydelotte, The Vision of Cecil Rhodes, Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, London, 1946, p. 1.
9. Carroll Quigley, The Anglo-American Establishment. Books in Focus, New York, 1981, p. 283.
10. 1877: Cecil Rhodes, "Confession of Faith"
11. Frank Aydelotte, op. cit., pp. 1-10.
12. Carroll Quigley, The Anglo-American Establishment, op. cit., pp. 35-39.
13. H.G. Wells, The New Machiavelli, John Lane The Bodley Head, Vigo St., London, pp. 340-341.
14. Frederic C. Howe, The Confessions of a Reformer, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York , 1925, p. 295.
15. Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World In Our Time, Macmillan, 1966, p. 951-952.
16. Carroll Quigley, The Anglo-American Establishment, op. cit., p. 5.
17. Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope, op.cit., p. 950.
18. Anglo-American Establishment, op. cit., p. 4.
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