The Ghost of Morganthau Haunts Our House
The United States must have
surrendered after World War II ended. The reason I say that is because the Morganthau
Plan for Post World War II Germany is being implemented in our country.
It began visibly in the 1960's and it's been proceeding
incrementally ever since - accelerating after September 11, 2001. It is
this writer's opinion that it actually began with the decision to
implement the Marshall Plan in 1947 which was concurrent with the
1946-47 reorganization of our government and the establishment of the shadow
government run out of the State Department.
The objective of the Morganthau Plan was to deindustrialize Germany so that the German people could never again rise militarily to threaten the world - at least that's how it was presented. However, Professor Anthony Kubek discovered there was more to it than that:
For the 60th anniversary of the Marshall Plan, this tribute to General George Marshall was written by By Erik Reinert and Jomo K. S.
A copy of the original Morganthau Plan can be found on the FDR library website.
The list below are the main elements of the Morganthau Plan followed by a link to a webpage where there is a description of how that item was/is being implemented in the United States. The hyperlinks on numbered items will take you to the webpage where I describe the implementation in the United States.
I wasn't quite finished with this yet, but I got a link to an article on the Wall Street Journal website that is a significant proof for what I've said here. In particular, Items 2 and 6 concerning the partitioning of America. No doubt the Wall Street Journal would say they were just floating it as an idea... but the idea is treason in a normal world in which the United States is a sovereign nation.
Divided We Stand: Imagine Breaking Up the United States
The Morganthau Plan
Suggested Post-Surrender Program for Germany
1. Demilitarization of Germany.
It should be the aim of the Allied Forces to accomplish the complete demilitarization of Germany in the shortest possible period of time after surrender. This means completely disarming the German Army and people (including the removal or destruction of all war material), the total destruction of the whole German armament industry, and the removal or destruction of other key industries which are basic to military strength.
2. Partitioning of Germany.
(a) Poland should get that part of East Prussia which doesn't go to the U.S.S.R. and the southern
portion of Silesia as indicated on the attached map, (Appendix A).
(b) France should get the Saar and the adjacent territories bounded by the Rhine and the
(c) As indicated in part 3 an International Zone should be created containing the Ruhr and the
surrounding industrial areas.
(d) The remaining portion of Germany should be divided into two autonomous, independent states,
(1) a South German state comprising Bavaria, Wuerttemberg, Baden and some smallerareas and(2) a North German state comprising a large part of the old state of Prussia, Saxony.Thuringia and several smaller states.
There shall be a custom union between the new South German state and Austria, which will be restored to her pre-1938 political borders.
3. The Ruhr Area.
4. Restitution and Reparation.
Reparations, in the form of recurrent payments and deliveries, should not be demanded. Restitution and reparation shall be effected by the transfer of existing German resources and territories, e.g,
(a) by restitution of property looted by the Germans in territories occupied by them;
(b) by transfer of German territory and German private rights in industrial property situated in such territory to invaded countries and the international organization under the program of partition;
(c) by the removal and distribution among devastated countries of industrial plants and equipment situated within the International Zone and the North and South German states delimited in the section on partition;
(d) by forced German labor outside Germany; and
(e) by confiscation of all German assets of any character whatsoever outside of Germany.
5. Education and Propaganda.
(a) All schools and universities will be closed until an Allied Commission of Education has formulated an effective reorganization program. It is contemplated that it may require a considerable period of time before any institutions of higher education are reopened. Mean-while the education of German students in foreign universities will not be prohibited. Elementary schools will be reopened as quickly as appropriate teachers and textbooks are available.
(b) All German radio stations and newspapers, magazines, weeklies, etc. shall be discontinued until adequate controls are established and an appropriate program formulated.
6. Political Decentralization.
The military administration in Germany in the initial period should be carried out with a view toward the eventual partitioning of Germany into three states. To facilitate partitioning and to assure its permanence the military authorities should be guided by the following principles:
7. Responsibility of Military for Local
The sole purpose of the military in control of the German economy shall be to facilitate military operations and military occupation. The Allied Military Government shall not assume responsibility for such economic problems as price controls, rationing, unemployment, production, reconstruction, distribution, consumption, housing, or transportation, or take any measures designed to maintain or strengthen operations. The responsibility for sustaining the German economy and people rests with the German people with such facilities as may be available under the circumstances.
8. Controls over Development of German
9. Punishment of War Crimes and Treatment
of Special Groups.
10. Wearing of Insignia and Uniforms.
(a) No person in German (except members of
the United Nations and neutral countries) shall be permitted to wear any
military insignia of rank or branch of service, service ribbons or
11. Prohibition on Parades.
No military parades shall be permitted anywhere in German and all military bands shall be disbanded.
All aircraft (including gliders), whether military or commercial, will be confiscated for later disposition. No German shall be permitted to operate or to help operate such aircraft, including those owned by foreign interests.13. United States Responsibility.
(a) The responsibility of for the execution of the post-surrender program for Germany set forth in this memorandum is the joint responsibility of the United Nations. The execution of the joint policy agreed upon shall therefore eventually be entrusted to the international body which emerges from United Nations discussions.
Consideration of the specific measures to be taken in carrying out the joint program suggests the desirability of separating the task to be performed during the initial period of military occupation from those which will require a much longer period of execution. While the U.S., U.K., and U.S.S.R. will, for practical reasons, play the major role (of course aided by the military forces of the United Nations) in demilitarizing Germany (point 1) the detailed execution of other parts of the program can best be handled by Germany's continental neighbors.
(b) When Germany has been completely demilitarized there would be the following distribution of duties in carrying out the German program:
14. Appointment of an American High