Quotes

Selection of quotes that have been concealed from the general public I have compiled over 20 years while true history revealed itself to me.

โ€œIt would be an excellent idea to call in respectable, accredited anti-Semites as liquidators of property. To the people they would vouch for the fact that we do not wish to bring about the impoverishment of the countries that we leave. At first they must not be given large fees for this; otherwise we shall spoil our instruments and make them despicable as โ€œstooges of the Jews.โ€ Later their fees will increase, and in the end we shall have only Gentile officials in the countries from which we have emigrated. The anti-Semites will become our most dependable friends, the anti-Semitic countries our allies. We want to emigrate as respected people.โ€
โ€• Theodor Herzl, June 12, 1895, The Complete Diaries of Theodor Herzl, Volume 1, Translated by Harry Zohn, p. 83-84, 1960

โ€œOur race is more efficient in everything than most other peoples of the earth. This, in fact, is the cause of the great hatred.โ€
โ€• Theodor Herzl, August 22, 1902, from a Letter to Lord Rothschild, The Complete Diaries of Theodor Herzl, Volume 4, Translated by Harry Zohn, p. 1347-1348, 1960

โ€œThose who stand ready to furnish this money, are the real rulers. It is so in Europe, and it is so in this country (the US). In Europe, the nominal rulers, the emperors and kings and parliaments, are anything but the real rulers of their respective countries. They are little or nothing else than mere tools, employed by the wealthy to rob, enslave, and (if need be) murder those who have less wealth, or none at all. The Rothschilds, and that class of money-lenders of whom they are the representatives and agents โ€“ men who never think of lending a shilling to their next-door neighbors, for purposes of honest industry, unless upon the most ample security, and at the highest rate of interest โ€“ stand ready, at all times, to lend money in unlimited amounts to those robbers and murderers, who call themselves governments, to be expended in shooting down those who do not submit quietly to being robbed and enslaved.โ€
โ€• Lysander Spooner, No Treason No VI: The Constitution of No Authority, p. 48, 1870

“Let me tell you the following words as if I were showing you the rungs of a ladder leading upward and upward: Herzl; the Zionistic Congress, the English Uganda proposition, the future world war, the peace conference where with the help of England a free and Jewish Palestine will be created.”
โ€• Max Nordau, Co-Founder of Modern Zionism, 1903, 6th World Zionist Congress, Excerpt from โ€œWhen Prophets Speakโ€, as quoted by Litman Rosenthal, American Jewish News, New York, Vol. 4, No. 2, September 19, 1919. p. 464

“They try to make it so your belief in conspiracy makes you outside the norm, that you’re a kook, that you’re a ‘conspiracy buff’ . . . Do I believe in conspiracies? Nah. Do I believe powerful people would get together and plan certain outcomes? Nah. Do I believe powerful interests would operate outside the law, maybe even kill people? Nah. Do I believe that secret government agencies might feel the need to assassinate a person and cover it up. Nah. I think everything in America is open, clean, and above board, and powerful people always play by the rules.”
โ€• George Carlin

โ€œWe shall have world government, whether or not we like it. The question is only whether world government will be achieved by consent or by conquest.โ€ 
โ€• James Paul Warburg, Federal Reserve Chairman and son of Paul Warburg, Federal Reserve Founder, before the Senate Subcommittee on Revision of the United Nations Charter in 1950, February 17, 1950

โ€œThe banks can create and destroy money. Bank credit is money. It is the money we do most of our business with, not with that currency which we usually think of as money. 
โ€• Mariner Eccles, Former Chairman of the Board of the Federal Reserve System, Collierโ€™s Weekly, June 8, 1935 Issue, p.50

โ€œThe most hated sort (of wealth getting), and with the greatest reason, is usury, which makes a gain out of money itself, and not from the natural object of it. For money was intended to be used in exchange, but not to increase at interest. And this term interest, which means the birth of money from money, is applied to the breeding of money because the offspring resembles the parent. Wherefore of an modes of getting wealth this is the most unnatural.โ€
โ€• Aristotle, Politics Part X