What's Past is Prologue
What's past is prologue is a quote from Shakespeare's play, The Tempest. I haven't read the play, but that quote should be carved in stone. It one of the great truths - wisdom of the ages that should be drummed into the heads of youth because as we live today, tomorrow is being built on yesterday's foundations.
It's not always necessary to read every word that has been written about past events, in many cases, just a thesis statement and a picture will do. For example, World War II was about territory. Hitler was annexing the countries around Germany.
Hitler lost the war - but he didn't lose the battle. Nearly the whole of Europe has been subsumed into a legal, commercial construct euphemistically called a "common market".
The European Union is a treaty-based contractual commitment to regional collectivism. It hangs over the countries of Europe like storm clouds over the land.
The Secret Government
Following World War II, legislation was passed by Congress to reorganize the American government. The National Security Act of 1947 created the National Security Council, renamed the wartime Office of Strategic Services to be the Central Intelligence Agency; the War Department and the Navy Department merged into a single Department of Defense under a Secretary of Defense; the Air Force was created as a new branch of the military; and the joint command structure that was established during the war when the American military leaders replicated the British military organization was formalized to create the Joint Chiefs of Staff. A new entity called the National Security Resources Board was also created.
In 1949, the act was amended to change the composition of the National Security Council to include the President, the Vice President, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Defense, the Chairman of the National Security Resources Board and Secretaries and Under Secretaries of other executive departments...
There is an interesting thing to note in the National Security Act Amendments of 1949 that could be easily overlooked. Notice the order of precedence in the list of executive departments that are included in the National Security Council. In formal documents, when lists are not in alphabetical order, the list is in order of importance.
The purpose of the reorganization of the American government was about more than just shutting down the war machine. Before the United States entered the war, President Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill met in private conference off the coast of Newfoundland in 1941 where they agreed to create an international organization to replace the League of Nations after the war. The Atlantic Charter was the joint declaration issued by Britain and the U.S.
"The governments of the United States, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, and China formalized the Atlantic Charter proposals in January 1942, shortly after the United States entered the war. In the Declaration of the United Nations, these major Allied nations, along with 22 other states, agreed to work together against the Axis powers (Germany, Japan, and Italy), and committed in principle to the establishment of the United Nations after the war." (State Department, Office of the Historian, The United States and the Founding of the United Nations - link added).
In February of 1945, a conference of the allies was held in Yalta. It was officially called the Crimea Conference but the agreement produced is called the Yalta Agreement.
Winston Churchill ~ Franklin Delano Roosevelt ~ Joseph Stalin
Source: Wikipedia: Yalta Summit
It was at this conference that the three world powers officially agreed to create the United Nations Association.
The ground work for the creation of an association of nations was done in 1944 at Dumbarton Oaks led by Cordell Hull so when the United Nations Conference on International Organization opened on April 25, 1945, it was - for the most part to formalize the agreement. One of the details that apparently was decided upon at the conference was a proposal by Nelson Rockefeller:
"He played a key role in hemispheric policy at the United Nations Conference held in San Francisco, developing consensus for regional pacts (such as the Rio Pact and NATO) within the UN's framework." Senate Biography of Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller
The Marshall Plan for the reconstruction and recovery of Europe was proposed by General George Marshall at Harvard in 1947. The plan was presented to the public as an economic plan to assist in the rebuilding of war torn Europe. The not-so public part of the plan was to use the aid money as leverage to organize the participating nations into a regional collective "common market" we now call the European Union.
The Marshall Plan set the pattern and the National Security Act of 1947 set up the organizational structure for what was to become the "new mission" of the American government. With the benefit of hindsight, it's clear that the new mission was world domination through regional compacts under international law using the military and economic power of the United States. These regional compacts put the law outside the reach of the people in the countries of the world - allowing an elite group of traitors to dominate and run all of the countries of the world through a global system of manipulation from the background.
The excuse for the strategy following World War II was to rebuild Europe. The modern day twin Trojan Horses that serve as the cover story are international trade and economic development.
September 4, 2013