The entry of the U.S. into World War II as an "ally" of Britain was an unmitigated disaster for mankind. It led to the creation of the UN, NATO, and NSA, the creation of the Khazar state of Israel, and other wars and disasters that have plagued the world since 1941.

The Phony War or sitzkrieg between Britain and Germany began on September 1, 1939, when Adolf Hitler invaded Poland. 2 days later Britain and France declared war on Germany . . . but both countries did nothing to help Poland....Britain began to transfer a vast amount of military equipment to France which she hoped "Uncle Sap" would replace with Lend-Lease.

On May 10, 1940, Hitler invaded France and conquered that country with a lighting attack called blitzkrieg. The British Expeditionary Force evacuated at Dunkirk leaving a huge amount of armaments behind for their spy Adolf Hitler to use in the invasion of Russia.

British evacuation at Dunkirk.
British evacuation at Dunkirk.

The British Expeditionary Force began evacuating from Dunkirk in June 1940.

Winston Churchill left a huge amount of armaments behind for cousin Adolf.

A grateful Hitler (amazed at the speed of his victory) visited the Eiffel Tower on June 23, 1940.

Adolf Hitler in front of the Eiffel Tower.
Adolf Hitler in front of
the Eiffel Tower.

A grateful Hitler thanked Churchill for the 40,000 vehicles as well as massive amounts of other military equipment left behind for his planned invasion of Russia.

With the industrial output of France at his disposal, Hitler felt supremely confident of a blitzkrieg victory over the Soviet Union.

Churchill's Operation Fish turned Uncle Sam into "Uncle SAP"

The operation to turn Uncle Sam into "Uncle Sap" required vast quantities of real money–gold....Politicians, generals, editors, movie producers, actors, spies etc., etc., would not offer their services to the British Empire for free . . . so a massive transfer of gold from the Bank of England to the Bank of Canada took place in 1940.

The British gold hoard was stolen from the Boers of South Africa and stored in vast underground vaults in London. A huge quantitly of the gold was used to finance Hitler's Third Reich; and the remainder was loaded on ships, and all the gold arrived safely in Canada . . . despite the menace of the Nazi U-boats!!

Montagu Norman
Montagu Norman
(1871–1950).

Immediately after becoming prime minister in May 1940, Winston Churchill ordered the transfer of all Britain's gold bullion and securities to Canada.

Churchill called it Operation Fish!!

The ostensible reason was to keep it out of the hands of Hitler, in reality, the gold was used to bribe the U.S. into becoming an "ally" against Germany!!

 
Winston Churchill (1874 - 1965).
Winston Churchill (1874–1965).
Prime Minister from 1940 to 1945.

The governor of the Bank of England, Montagu Collet Norman, and the chancellor of the exchequer, Sir Howard Kingsley Wood, worked closely with Churchill in the top secret transfer of the greatest combined load of treasure ever transported by land or sea.

The Bank of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario.
The Bank of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario.

The gold bullion was placed in the Bank of Canada.

The securities ended up in the Sun Life Building in Montreal.

During the Civil War, British gold arrived in Canada to destroy the Union.

In 1940, gold arrived to make an "ally" of the United States!!

The Sun Life Building
The Sun Life Building
in Montreal.

The conveys were commanded by Admiral Ernest Russell Archer, and miracle of miracles, not one ship was fired upon by the prowling Nazi U-boats:

When the unprecedented project was completed, the Admiralty determined that gold worth more than $2.5 billion had been shipped to Canada. Astoundingly, during the three months when 134 Allied and neutral ships had been sent to the bottom by German action in the North Atlantic, not one treasure-carrying vessel was sunk or even attacked.
An even more astonishing aspect of Fish, however, was that as many as 1,000 persons on both sides of the Atlantic were involved in the transfer of Great Britain's treasure–and the secret was kept from Adolf Hitler. (Breuer, Top Secret Tales of World War II, p. 62).

Little did the Mothers Against Intervention realize that their opponents were on the British payroll.

The U.S. "Fight for Freedom" MI6 front!!

Churchill and Hitler's timing could not have been better because 1940 was a Presidential election year in the U.S., and FDR had decided to run for an unprecedented 3rd term as President.

In July, a bunch of British spies formed an organization called the Century Group which was dedicated to getting the U.S. fighting with the British against Hitler:

At 7:30 on Friday, July 11, 1940, Lewis W. Douglas, President of Mutual Life Insurance Company and former Director of the Budget, gave a dinner for eleven friends and acquaintances at New York's Columbia Club. Five of his guests-Herbert Agar, Bishop Henry Hobson, Francis Miller, Whitney Shepardson, and Admiral William Standley-had signed "A Summons to Speak Out." All who were present shared the belief that the European war was in fact America's war. Since Dunkirk and the fall of France, each had concluded privately that sooner or later American armed intervention would be necessary to prevent world domination by Hitler. Most felt that the United States should declare war immediately to prevent the fall of Great Britain and the surrender to the Nazis of "America's first line of defense"–the British Fleet. But they also knew that what they believed to be America's national interest was certainly not its national desire; that the overwhelming majority of Americans, though sympathetic to the British, wanted no return to the machine guns, mud, and gas of Chateau-Thierry and the Argonne Forest and no repetition of the "betrayal" of Versailles. These dozen men were dedicated to changing America's mind. (Chadwin, The Hawks of World War II, p. 43).

The Century Group was just part of an extensive MI6 spy ring called British Security Coordination or BSC for short. Here are just 2 members of the spy ring whose newspaper columns reached millions of readers.

Walter Winchell
Walter Winchell
(1897–1972).
 

Walter Winchell was a syndicated columnist with a vast readership who was really a front man for BSC.

Walter Lippman was another syndicated columnist with ties to BSC.

Both men were determined to get the U.S. involved in WWII.

 

Walter Lippman
Walter Lippman
(1889–1974).

Winchell's newspaper column was syndicated in over 2,000 newspapers worldwide, and he was read by 50 million people a day from the 1920s until the early 1960s. His Sunday-night radio broadcast was heard by another 20 million people from 1930 to the late 1950s.

Crude BSC anti-German propaganda flyer.
Crude BSC anti-German propaganda flyer.

No avenue of propaganda was overlooked. Flyers were handed out at baseball games saying that "Heel' Hitler and his Berlin Bullies would outlaw baseball if they conquered the world.

They did not mention that Hitler would replace baseball with cricket!!

Little did the people know that "Heel" Hitler . . . and all the German high command . . . were British spies!!

Help defeat the Berlin Bullies flyer.
Help defeat the Berlin Bullies flyer.

Of course "Snoops" Himmler would spy on everyone if Hitler won. The Berlin Bullies who were out to conquer the world included "Fats" Goering, "Spider" Goebbels, "Rats" Ribbentrop, etc., etc.

Mothers Against intervention countered the crude British propaganda!!

The American people, especially mothers, were not going to be fooled into another war in Europe by British spies and their crude propaganda. They mobilized in a huge patriotic effort and let Congress know in no uncertain terms that they would not condone another war:

A loose national coalition of right-wing women's groups, with names like the Congress of American Mothers and the American Mothers' Neutrality League, added to the furor. Thousands of supporters of this so-called "mothers' movement" traveled to Washington whenever Congress took up legislation they considered interventionalist. Dressed in black, many with veils covering their faces, the women made life miserable for members of Congress who were not avowedly isolationist. They stalked their targets, screamed and spat at them, and held vigils outside their offices, keening and wailing. (Olsen, Those Angry Days, p. 213).

CONfederate Senator Claude Pepper from Florida was a rabid interventionalist.

Senator Claude Pepper
Senator Claude Pepper
(1900–1989).

CONfederate Senator Claude Pepper from Florida was the leading proponent of intervention in the Senate.

Mothers Against Intervention called this CONfederate "Benedict Arnold" Pepper and hung him in effigy outsize the Capitol.

It was their finest hour!!

Mothers Against Intervention hung an effigy of Claude Pepper outside the Capitol.
Mothers Against Intervention hung an effigy
of Claude Pepper outside the Capitol.

In the United States, to call a person a "Benedict Arnold" is to refer to him/her as the worst kind of traitor . . . but general Benedict Arnold was a patriot compared to Claude Pepper . . . because general Benedict Arnold almost succeeded in driving the British out of Canada!!

The U.S. mothers were joined by a plethora of prominent patriots who joined the fight against intervention. 2 of the most prominent were Charles Lindbergh and Hamilton Fish.

Charles Lindbergh speaking at an America First Rally.
Charles Lindbergh speaking
at an America First Rally.
 

"Lone Eagle" Charles Lindbergh used his great influence to keep his country out of war.

New York Congressman Hamilton Fish fought a successful battle against the British interventionalists.

Both men were called Nazi appeasers, "Heel" Hitler lovers, unpatriotic etc., etc., by the BSC controlled press.

Congressman Hamilton Fish
Congressman Hamilton Fish
(1888–1991).

The number of patriotic people who favored non-intervention were legion. 2 of the most prominent were Senator Burton Wheeler of Montana and Senator Gerald P. Nye of North Dakota.

In desperation, Churchill ordered Hitler to bomb Britain!!

So effective were the Mothers Against Intervention, and other patriotic groups, that FDR was afraid to declare war on Germany. Churchill's spies and propaganda experts had failed to change public opinion.

Edward R. Morrow
Edward R. Morrow
(1908–1965).

On September 7, 1940, Nazi bombers began to bomb London and other cities in England.

Edward R. Morrow began a nightly radio broadcast to the U.S. called "This is London."

Nobody knew at that time that Morrow was an MI6 agent!!

London during the Blitz.
London during the Blitz.

Morrow's nightly broadcasts from London electrified his huge audience in the United States. As well as Morrow's broadcasts, doctored photos were planted in newspapers about the horrors of the bombing.

Bombed Coventry Cathedral.
Bombed Coventry Cathedral.

Churchill and Hitler chose bombing targets in England for their maximum propaganda value in the U.S.

Doctored or fake photos of bombing "victims" using mannequins or dummies were shown in the U.S.

These obvious fakes were not shown in British newspapers.

 

 

 
Fake or doctored bombing "victims"
Fake or doctored bombing "victim" photos
were shown in the U.S.

The Blitz was powerful propaganda indeed but it did not lead to a declaration of war on Germany. What it did lead to was the first peacetime military draft or conscription in the nation's history.

The Selective Service and Training Act of 1940, also known as the Burke-Wadsworth Act, was enacted on September 16, 1940. It was the first peacetime conscription in United States history. The Selective Service Act required that men between the ages of 21 and 35 register with local draft boards. Later, when the U.S. entered World War II, all men aged 18 to 45 were made subject to military service, and all men aged 18 to 65 were required to register.

Henry L. Stimson drawing the
Henry L. Stimson drawing the
first names for the draft lottery.

Thanks to the Berlin Bullies and the Blitz, FDR signed the first peacetime military draft in U.S. history.

Inductees were required to serve for 12 months.

Thanks to "Heel" Hitler, and a front man named Wendell Willkie, FDR was elected for an unprededented 3rd term in 1940.

FDR signed the Selective Service
FDR signed the Selective Service
and Training Act on Sept. 16, 1940.

Sinister British spy Grenville Clark was the driving force behind the first peacetime draft.

Henry L. Stimson (1867 - 1950). Sec. of War '41 - '45).
Henry L. Stimson (1867–1950).
Sec. of War from '41 to '45).

Sinister British spy Grenville Clark was the driving force behind the first peacetime draft.

Clark was assisted by FDR's bellicose Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson and general George C. Marshall in civilian clothes.

 

Grenville Clark (1882 - 1967) was the driving force behind the draft.
Grenville Clark (1882–1967) was
the driving force behind the draft.

The British ambassador to the U.S. at that time was named Philip Kerr or Lord Lothian. Lord Lothian was disgusted with the underhanded tactics of his own spies, so he had a timely death in December 1940.

Lord Lothian (1882 - 1940) had
Lord Lothian (1882–1940) had
a timely demise in Dec. 1940.
 

Lord Lothian was the British ambassador to the U.S. in 1940.

He loathed the underhanded methods of his own spies; he did not pursue intervention aggressively enough, and so he had a timely demise in December 1940.

Lord Halifax, a more compliant personage, took his place as ambassador.

 

 
Lord Halifax
Lord Halifax
(1881–1959).

Patriotic people who opposed intervention had "car accidents," committed "suicide," or had their reputations completely destroyed!!

In desperation, Churchill ordered Japan to bomb Pearl Harbor!!

Not even the gold from the Bank of Canada; the bombing of London, and other cities in England, could convince the non-interventionalists that the U.S. should declare war on Germany.

The first peacetime draft was due to expire in November 1941, and still the U.S. was not involved in the war. Churchill was growing desperate. His last card to play was his ally Japan. Japan was a signatory to the Tripartite Pact or Axis Pact of Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, and Imperial Japan. Japan's role in the Pact was to attack Russia from the East while Germany attacked from the West.

Admiral Toyoda
Admiral Toyoda
(1885–1961).

Admirals Yamamoto and Toyoda were the MI6 boots on the ships in Tokyo.

Japan was supposed to attack Russia in the rear but Churchill ordered a drastic change in plans.

The Japanese naval code called Purple was already broken and all their communications were read by the U.S. and Britain.

Admiral Yamamoto
Admiral Yamamoto
(1884–1943).

A brilliant team of cryptographers under William F. Friedman worked on the top secret Japanese naval code for years and the code was finally broken in 1940. They called it Purple but the CONfederate Navy called it Magic.

William F. Friedman
Major William F. Friedman
(1891–1969).

Major William F. Friedman headed the group of cryptographers that broke the Japanese naval code.

Frank B. Rowlett did the actual breaking of the code but Friedman later claimed credit for the groundbreaking deciphering.

From 1940 onward, the Japanese navy had no more secrets.

Frank B. Rowlett
Frank B. Rowlett
(1908–1998).

Without ever seeing a Japanese encryption machine, Rowlett constructed one from sheer guesswork, and it bore an uncanny resemblance to the Japanese original.

Yardley's tell all book was
Yardley's tell-all book was
published in 1931.
 

Just before the "surprise attack," the Father of U.S. cryptography was working for the Canadian government.

In 1920, Herbert O. Yardley broke the Japanese code, but in 1929 he was fired by Secretary of State Henry L. Stimson because he broke the Vatican's diplomatic code.

In May 1941, the Canadian government hired Yardley to set up their own cryptographic bureau.

 
Yardley's tell all book was
Herbert O. Yardley
(1886–1958).

Yardley soon had the Canadians listening in on German, Japanese, and Vichy French coded transmissions. Just days before Pearl Harbor, Churchill ordered the Canadian government to fire Yardley . . . because he knew too much:

On Saturday December 6, 1941, Yardley made one final bid to save the job he loved. He sent a lengthy memo to Stone asking that the arrival of his replacement from Britain be delayed thirty days to give him a chance to defend himself. He enclosed a copy of a personal appeal made on his behalf to the President's wife, Eleanor Roosevelt.
There was no reprieve. The British had ruled that Yardley had to be out of town before the new man arrived. Yardley's contract had only two more days to run. Though it was a few more weeks before he actually cleared the city, it was effectively his last day on the job. (Bryden, Best-Kept Secret: Canadian Intelligence in the Second World War, p. 89).

The firing of Yardley meant that the truth about the "surprise attack" would be covered up, and the Canadians were prevented from developing their own signals intelligence independent of the British. Only hours after the "surprise attack" Canada declared war on Japan.

Burning battleships at Pearl Harbor.
Burning battleships at Pearl Harbor.

The "surprise attack" to overcome the Mothers Against Intervention was the work of the CONfederate navy, the Royal navy, and the Japanese navy.

Admiral Yamamoto was overall commander of the Japanese Combined Fleet during the "surprise attack."

Destruction of the Arizona at
Destruction of the Arizona at
Pearl Harbor.

Admiral Yamamoto was singled out for execution . . . not because he was a competent admiral . . . but because he was the "fall guy" and he knew too much.

Pilots who shot down
Pilots who shot down
Admiral Yamamoto in 1943.

On April 18, 1943, Admiral Yamamoto was ambushed and shot down by 16 fighter aircraft.

Thanks to Purple, the admiral's itinerary was well known in advance.

Admiral Yamamoto just days before
Admiral Yamamoto just days before
he was shot down.

The Admiral was not shot down as a revenge attack for Pearl Harbor, but he had misgivings about the war, and he was about to reveal the identity of the people behind the "surprise attack."

The attack on Pearl Harbor took the pressure off the Russians!!

Just as the "surprise" attack on Pearl Harbor took place, the Wehrmacht was launching a major offensive to capture Moscow. Stalin's secret agent in Tokyo was named Richard Sorge and he kept Moscow informed of the impending attack southward.

Sorge's cover was "reporter" for the German language Frankfurter Zeitung but every chance he got he told the Japanese hierarchy that an attack on Russia would be suicidal.

Japan was just waiting for an opportune moment to attack Russia in the rear while Hitler was invading from the West.

Russian agent Richard Sorge
Russian agent Richard Sorge
(1895–1944).

As a "reporter" for the Frankfurter Zeitung, Sorge subtly warned the Japanese that an attack on Russia would be fatal.

When he found out for sure that the Japanese would attack the U.S., he notified Stalin, who began to move his Siberian divisions to Moscow.

Sorge's "reward" was later betrayal by Stalin and a hangman's noose in a Japanese jail.

 

Richard Sorge was accepted everywhere, even at the Emperor's Palace.
Richard Sorge was accepted everywhere, even at the Emperor's Palace.

With the Japanese at war with the United States, Stalin was able to move 18 divisions, 1,700 tanks, and over 1,500 aircraft from Siberia to the defense of Moscow.

Richard Sorge was a "good spy" who saved western civilization from Fascism and Nazism.

A U.S. soldier demonstrates the use of the M-1 rifle to his curious Red Army comrades.
A U.S. soldier demonstrates the use of the M-1 rifle to his curious Red Army comrades.
 

The G.I.'s were amazed that the Russian soldiers did not wear helmets.

The Russians explained that helmets were for "sissies," they were a hindrance in offensive combat, and they did not care about casualties as long as they were victorious in the end!!

 
U.S. and Russian soldiers
U.S. and Russian soldiers
meeting at the Elbe River.

At that point in time the millennium would have truly arrived if all monarchies were abolished and the U.S. and Russia united in peace and friendship to police the world.

Uncle Sam became "Uncle Sap" again with the UKUSA Agreement!!

In 1947, Uncle Sam became "Uncle Sap" again when he entered into a top secret spying agreement with his deadly enemy–Churchill and the British Empire.

This agreement, called the UKUSA Agreement or Five Eyes, pooled the spying resources of the United States, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand....This type of spying called signals intelligence (SIGINT) made James Bond obsolete.

The agreement established an alliance of five English-speaking countries for the purpose of sharing intelligence, especially signals intelligence. It formalized the intelligence sharing agreement in the Atlantic Charter, signed in 1941, before the entry of the U.S. into the conflict. Here is a report on that agreement from Wikipedia:

The United Kingdom – United States of America Agreement is a multilateral agreement for cooperation in signals intelligence among the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. The alliance of intelligence operations is also known as Five Eyes. It was first signed in March 1946 by the United Kingdom and the United States and later extended to encompass the three Commonwealth realms of Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The UKUSA Agreement was a follow-up of the 1943 BRUSA Agreement, the World War II agreement on cooperation over intelligence matters. This was a secret treaty, allegedly so secret that it was kept secret from the Australian Prime Ministers until 1973. (UKUSA Agreement).

This agreement with death and hell led to the creation of NSA in 1952.

The birth of the top secret National Security Agency or NSA (Never Say Anything) took place on Election Day, November 4, 1952.

Massive NSA spying hdqrs. in Fort Meade, Maryland.
Massive CONfederate NSA spying HQ
in Fort Meade, Maryland.

The 1946 UKUSA Agreement was a marriage made in HELL.

British expertise at tapping undersea cables was married to CONfederate spying satellites to create an Orwellian "big brother" spying machine that is truly catholic and universal.

Massive British spying hdqrs in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Massive British spying hdqrs. (GCHQ)
in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

With the savings realized from the Walt Disney Studios moon landing, CONfederate and British spymasters used the money to launch a whole series of spy satellites to augment the vast amount of data obtained from tapping undersea cables.

Here is what the Holy Bible predicts will soon happen to this spying covenant with death and hell called the UKUSA Agreement:

And your covenant with death shall be disannulled, and your agreement with hell shall not stand; when the overflowing scourge shall pass through, then ye shall be trodden down by it (Isaiah 28:17-19).


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