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WWI – Anomaly 1

The three Gorgon sisters (AP, AFP and Reuters) used the most basic kind of propaganda to work the nations of the world into a frenzied, anti-German mood. We don’t know when the phrase “the war to end all wars” hit the wires, and we don’t know who was first to utter it, but we do know it was repeated time and time again until it became a war cry around the world, and any good propagandist will agree that once such a phrase is rooted in the popular psyche, very few citizens will dare speak out against it, for war and patriotism are concepts that are welded together. Later, when it came time for the U.S. to go to war, President Wilson even created the Committee on Public Information (CPI), an official propaganda and censorship agency, and we know who controls the White House.

Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated on June 28, 1914, and without the least indication that Serbia was responsible for the assassination, Emperor Franz Joseph declared war on Serbia on July 28th. On August 4th, the United Kingdom declared war on Germany and by August 12th all the major powers were at war and the first major engagement of WWI, which took the lives of 27,000 French troops, occurred on August 22, 1914. That means that in less than eight weeks after the assassination, all countries had declared war on each other and blood had started flowing. How could things have happened so fast? It’s inconceivable that the war could have been declared by telegraph or by telephone. In those days, it would have taken two weeks for a Russian diplomat to go from Moscow to Paris and back! The speed with which the events unfolded can only mean that the individual governments were all ready to go to war. Normally, diplomats talk, gesture, threaten, and make attempts at compromise, especially when dealing with such a banal, international incident. If events unfolded so quickly, it can only mean that HR’s FED had let huge amounts of credit flow to the Central Banks of the concerned European countries, who then directed it to the individual national arms industries. The Currency Laws of 1909 had been a way of doing just that. War is definitely HR (House of Rothschild) business.

A lot of sane people were violently opposed to the war, but the wires kept spewing out the “war to end all wars” propaganda to the point where it became unsafe to even challenge it. Almost twenty million people were killed because a so-so Archduke was assassinated by an unknown anarchist—the international scare word in vogue at the time—and for no apparent reason. How can anyone believe that a fait divers made all the great statesmen of the world go berserk and make the worst kinds of decisions with lightning speed and on cue? Aren’t statesmen in the business of averting wars or pretending to do so? WWI was a precipitated war, but a well-planned one.

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