Dr. Stanley Monteith
April 16, 2011
The Origin of World War I
Dear Friend of Radio Liberty,
Are you prepared for the difficult period that lies ahead? If you want to survive the coming turmoil, you must understand the origin of the bloody conflicts of the twentieth century because "those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." Why is the information important today? It's important because the covert movement that precipitated the Boer War, World War I, the Russian Revolution, World War II, the Communist takeover of China, the Korean War, the Communist takeover in Cuba, the Vietnam War, the Iranian revolution, the First Gulf War, and the Second Gulf War - that group (the Brotherhood of Darkness - BOD) is trying to precipitate a genocidal war with the Muslim world. If they succeed, they will bankrupt our nation, and destroy Western civilization.
Why does the BOD want to incite a war with the Muslim world? They believe the resulting chaos will end national sovereignty, and unite the world. 
David Rockefeller revealed the BOD's goal when he addressed the Bilderberg meeting in 1991:
"We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time magazine, and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. . . . It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during these years . . . the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government which will never again know war but only peace and prosperity for the whole of humanity." 
Two French newspapers published the statement, and Hilaire du Berrier verified it, but David Rockefeller's statement didn't appear in American publications because the men and women who control the U.S. media attend Bilderberg meetings, and they wanted to conceal the existence of the subversive organization.
David Rockefeller reiterated his goal (the BOD plan) in 2002, in his autobiography where he wrote: (page 405 of Memoirs)
"For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as 'internationalists' and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure -one world, if you will. If that's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it." (italics added - ed) 
My June 2010 Radio Liberty letter discussed Cecil Rhodes' secret society (the Brotherhood of Darkness - BOD), and their effort to unite the world. The covert group incited the Boer War (1899) because they wanted to expand the British Empire, and end war. The English army sustained 100,000 casualties, the Boer army lost 7,000 men, and 18,000-28,000 women and children died in concentration camps, but the BOD won that conflict, and began planning their next war. 
If you try to determine the cause of World War I, you won't find a logical explanation because the BOD controlled most of the major media outlets, and the truth. What, or who, was responsible for the Great War? Professor Carroll Quigley studied that period, and compiled a list of those who controlled the British government at that time. Some were members of Cecil Rhodes' secret society. They were Imperialists, and all were close to the Milner Group.
Professor Quigley wrote:
"After the split in the Liberal Party in 1886, it was the members of the Cecil Bloc who became Unionists. . . . (and - ed) as a result, the Cecil Bloc became increasingly a political force. . . . almost all the other members of the Bloc were Unionists or Conservatives. The chief exceptions were the four leaders of the Liberal Party . . . who were strong imperialists: Rosebery, Asquith, Edward Grey, and Haldane. These four supported the Boer War, grew increasingly anti- German, supported the World War in 1914, and were close to the Milner Group politically, intellectually, and socially." 
Why is that important? It's important because Cecil Rhodes' secret society (and their allies) incited the Boer War, and many of the same men (the Milner Group) incited World War I. Some were members of a dinner club called the "Coefficients" that played an important role in British politics,  and there were other men who wanted a war. Some were Masons, others were affiliated with the occult movement that permeated the world at that time.
Professor Quigley listed the men who controlled the British government when the Great War began:
Lord Robert Cecil. He was a wealthy banker, held several important posts in the British government during the First World War, was a member of the Coefficients, and a member of Cecil Rhodes' secret society. 
Lord Herbert H. Asquith. He was British Prime Minister from 1908-1916, helped Sir Edward Grey precipitate World War I, and was a friend of Lord Milner. His wife, Margaret Asquith, had a brief affair with Lord Milner, and she often had dinner with Arthur Balfour who was a member of Cecil Rhodes' secret society.
Sir Edward Grey. He was the British Foreign Minister from 1905 to 1916. He devised the secret treaty that precipitated World War I, was a member of the Coefficients, a close friend of Lord Milner, and he may have been a covert member of Cecil Rhodes' secret society. 
Viscount Haldane. He was Secretary of State for War, and sent military supplies to France prior to World War I. He was a member of the Coefficients, and was a close friend of Lord Milner. 
Lord Rosebery. He was Prime Minister from 1894-1895 (during the Jameson Raid). He was married to Lord Rothschild's daughter, and was a member of Cecil Rhodes' secret society. 
Lord Rothschild. He was a founding member of Cecil Rhodes' secret society, and when he resigned, his son-in law (Lord Rosebery) replaced him. 
Lord Alfred Milner. He led the covert movement (Rhodes' secret society) after Cecil Rhodes died in 1902. He was the second most powerful man in the British government after 1916 (during the last two years of the Great War), and he was a member of the Coefficients. 
What was the "Coefficients," and why was it important? H.G. Wells' book, Experiment in Autobiography, states:
"The only representative of that Boer War Imperialist group I ever met was Lord Milner. He seemed to me a bold-thinking man, hampered by politic reservations. . . . I came across him in a curious little talking and dining club, the 'Coefficients,' which met monthly throughout the session (of Parliament - ed) between 1902 and 1908 to discuss the future of this perplexing, promising, and frustrating Empire of ours.
In certain respects our club represented something that seems now, I think, to have faded out from contemporary English life. It had the gestures if not the spirit of free interrogation. It had an air of asking 'What are we doing with the world? What are we going to do?'" 
Most of the members were Imperialists, and many of them wanted another war.
"The club included the queerest diversity of brains. Its foundation was, I believe, suggested by Mrs. Sidney Webb. It was inaugurated by a meeting in the flat of Sir Edward Grey and Mr. Haldane . . . in Whitehall Court and the first assembly included such incongruous elements as Bertrand Russell . . . Sidney Webb . . . Leo Maxse (already in 1902 denouncing the German Peril and demanding the Great War), . . . L.S. Amery, and H.J. Mackinder. . . . Later on we were joined by Lord Robert Cecil, Michael Sadler, . . . Lord Milner, John Hugh Smith, Colonel Repington . . . and others." 
The members were bankers, financiers, military leaders, and socialists, and they controlled the British government at that time.
H.G. Wells continued:
"The British Empire, I said, had to be the precursor of a world-state or nothing. I appealed to geography. It was possible for the Germans and Austrians to hold together in their Zollverein because they were placed like a clenched fist in the center of Europe. But the British Empire was like an open hand all over the world. It had no natural economic unity and it could maintain no artificial economic unity. Its essential unity must be a unity of great ideas embodied in the English speech and literature. . . . I was still clinging to the dear belief that the English-speaking community might play the part of leader and mediator towards a world commonweal. It was to be a free-trading, free-speaking, liberating flux for mankind. Russell, Pember Reeves and Webb and possibly Haldane and Grey had, I think, a less clearly expressed disposition in the same direction." 
Sir Edward Grey attended the monthly meetings, and in 1905 he presented the plan that precipitated World War I. Bertrand Russell described that event:
"In 1902 I became a member of a small dining club called 'The Coefficients', got up by Sidney Webb for the purpose of considering political questions from a more or less Imperialist point of view. It was in this club that I first became acquainted with H.G. Wells, of whom I had never heard until then. His point of view was more sympathetic to me than that of any other member. Most of the members, in fact, shocked me profoundly. . . . One evening Sir Edward Grey (not then in office) made a speech advocating the policy of the Entente, which had not yet been adopted by the Government. I stated my objections to the policy very forcibly, and pointed out the likelihood of its leading to war, but no one agreed with me, so I resigned from the club. It will be seen that I began my opposition to the first war at the earliest possible moment." 
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Sir Edward Grey was appointed British Foreign Secretary in 1906, and implemented his plan to incite the first World War. He got the leaders of France and Russia to sign a secret treaty that stated that if either country was attacked (by Germany or Austria-Hungary), they would join England, and crush their opponent. Sir Edward concealed the existence of the treaty, and lied to Parliament when he was asked about the secret agreement. 
Henry Kissinger, "The Chance for a New World Order,"
International Herald Tribune, January 12, 2009.
2. William Grigg, The New American, February 10. 2003, p. 5.
3. David Rockefeller, Memoirs, Random House, New York, 2002, p.405.
4. Thomas Pakenham, The Boer War, Random House, New York,, 1979, p. 102 and 607.
5. Carroll Quigley, The Anglo-American Establishment, Books in Focus, New York, 1961, p. 30.
6. H.G. Wells, Experiment in Autobiography, The Macmillan Co, New York, 1934, p. 650.
7. Robert Cecil. 1st Viscount Cecil of Chelwood
8. H. H. Asquith
9. Edward Grey, 1st Viscount Grey of Fallodon
10. Richard Haldane, 1st Viscount Haldane
11. Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery
12. Carroll Quigley, The Anglo-American Establishment, op.cit. p. 311.
13. Ibid, pp. 51-82.
14. H.G. Wells, op.cit., pp. 650-651.
16. Ibid, p. 652.
17. Bertrand Russell, op.cit., p. 156.
18. See: Sir Edward Grey: Grey of Falodon
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