On July 4, 1776, the New Jerusalem was reborn in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. That was the greatest day since October 31, 1517:

You have increased the nation O JEHOVAH, you have increased the nation, you are glorified: you have removed it far unto the ends of the earth (Isaiah 26:15).

The port city of Philadelphia was an excellent site for the new nation's capital because of its proximity to the sea, and midway between the northern and southern states.

Liberty bell in Philadelphia.
Liberty bell in Philadelphia.

Philadelphia was supposed to be the permanent capital of reborn Zion.

Philadelphia means "City of Brotherly Love."

On the liberty bell are inscribed these words from Leviticus 25:10

"Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof."

Independence Hall in Philadelphia where the Declaration of Independence was signed.
Independence Hall in Philadelphia where the Declaration of Independence was signed.

Lucifer, Satan, or Apollyon was not standing idly by while the Jewish Messiah reestablished Israel in the Wilderness. A Supreme Court, a bank, and a "deadly" doctor were parting presents to the newborn Republic from Lord Conwallis.

Nicholas Biddle (1786-1844), president of the U.S. Bank.
Nicholas Biddle (1786–1844),
president of the U.S. Bank.

Apollyon's chief instrument to destroy newborn Israel was a bankster named Nicholas Biddle.

Biddle's Bank was founded in 1791, and alarmingly, in 1793, a deadly "yellow fever" epidemic swept the city.

5,000 souls perished in that epidemic, assisted by physician "Dr." Benjamin Rush of Philadelphia and London.


U.S. Bank headquarters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (circa 1836).
U.S. Bank headquarters in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania (circa 1836).

Dr. Benjamin Rush of London and Philadelphia designed a chair to torture good King George III. He assisted thousands of the citizens of Philadelphia to meet their Maker.

"Dr." Benjamin Rush
"Dr." Benjamin Rush


During a "yellow fever" epidemic" in Philadelphia in 1793, Rush killed so many people by bleeding them that he earned the sobriquet "Dr. Vampire."

So many people died that George Washington declared the city unsafe, and told the government to pack up and move to a defenseless, malaria filled swamp named Washington City.

Only a man with a colossal ego like Emperor Constantine would name a capital city after himself!


George Washington in full military regalia.
George Washington banned
" Pope Day" in Boston!

That was the main reason why Philadelphia was abandoned as the new nation's capital, and a defenseless, malaria filled swamp named Washington City became the new capital. Nicholas Biddle and his fellow banksters were delighted with the move because elected government officials would not be looking over their shoulders.

Brown Brothers became the recipient of the funds of the defunct Second Bank of the United States

Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (BBH) is the oldest and one of the largest private bank in the United States. In 1931, the merger of Brown Brothers & Co. (founded in 1818) and Harriman Brothers & Co. formed the current BBH. Assets Under Custody $4.2 trillion, September 30, 2016.

Brown Brothers Harriman was started by British Secret Service agent named Alexander Brown, and his son William, who was later knighted by Queen Victoria.

Alexander Brown


As a branch of the Bank of England, Brown Brothers Bank started in Philadelphia in 1818.

The founder was Alexander Brown, who arrived from Ireland in 1800.

Brown started business in Baltimore, and by 1821 he was the country's first millionaire.

Brown was succeeded by his son "Sir" William Brown.

"Sir" William Brown

Bank of England moneychanger Brown prospered mightily in Baltimore. In 1818, Brown's son William opened a branch in Philadelphia, because that was the HQ of the Second Bank of the United States, which had its charter renewed in 1816.

U.S. Bank headquarters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (circa 1836).
U.S. Bank HQ in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania (circa 1836).

The corrupt Second Bank of the United States was a virtual subsidiary of the Brown Brothers Bank.

That octopus had a virtual stranglehold on the economic life of reborn Israel.

President Jackson fought a ferocious battle with that bank, and finally closed it down in 1836.



Andrew Jackson
President from 1829 to1837.

After the corrupt bank was shut down, Israel in the Wilderness expanded at a fantastic pace, and by 1848 it reached from sea to shining sea.

Partners in crime: John, James,
and George Brown.


Most of the funds of the defunct Second Bank of the United States were transfered to the Brown Brothers Bank.

In 1835, the Brown brothers established a branch at 63 Pine St., near the present day Wall St.

From that time onward, New York did indeed become the British Empire State.

The Merchant's Exchange Bldg was
the forerunner of the New York Stock Exchange.

From that time onward, New York City began to replace Baltimore and Philadelphia as the leading port in the new and growing nation. With the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, that dominant position was guaranteed.

Brown Brothers financed the rebels and built the Confederate raiders in Liverpool

During the Civil War, the Brown Brothers Bank financed the rebels, and their branch in Liverpool built the fearsome CSS Alabama commerce raider.

Major Clarence Brown (1835–1875),
second from left.


As a sop to President Lincoln and the Union cause, Clarence Brown was appointed aide-de-camp to general Irvin McDowell.

His job was to make sure that general McDowell did not win a single battle, and he accomplished that task splendidly.

John Cosby Brown was in charge of outfitting the Confederate commerce raiders in Liverpool.

John Crosby Brown (19381909)
was the bank's liaison in Liverpool.

The company branch in Liverpool was called Brown, Shipley and Company. It's CEO was "Sir" William Brown.

Rebel pirate Rafael Semmes
Rebel pirate Rafael Semmes

Liverpool docks was a beehive of activity building ships for the Confederacy.

The dreaded and notorious CSS Alabama, captained by Rafael Semmes, was made in Liverpool, and financed by Brown, Shipley & Co.

That one ship almost destroyed the entire U.S. Merchant Marine.

Liverpool docks was a beehive of activity building ships for the CONfederacy.
Liverpool docks was a beehive of activity
building ships for the Confederacy.

Rebel spymaster James D. Bulloch was another employee of Brown, Shipley & Company. His sister Martha was the mother of President Theodore Roosevelt.

The Gilded Age robber barons were financed by the Brown Brothers Bank

Mark Twain called the time after the Civil War the Guilded Age. It was a time of unprecedented economic growth and massive Roman Catholic immigration from Europe. It was also the time that the robber barons created huge industrial combines.

Andrew Carnegie

Robber barons like Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, and J.P. Morgan became fantastically wealthy after the Civil War.

In 1865, financed by Brown Brothers, Andrew Carnegie founded the Keystone Bridge Company in Pittsburgh.

In 1870, financed by Brown Brothers, Rockefeller founded the Standard Oil Company, in Cleveland, Ohio.

Rockefeller in 1888.
John D. Rockefeller

By 1911, the Standard Oil Company was a colossus, so the Supreme Court ordered that the company be dissolved into 34 divisions. The octopus was broken up, but all the division still banked with Brown Brothers. 2 of the divisions later became Standard Oil of New Jersey (Esso), and Standard Oil of New York ( Mobil). Those 2 companies later merged and became known as ExxonMobil

J. P. Morgan circa 1900.
J. P Morgan

J.P. Morgan's vast financial web was also financed by Brown Brothers.

Morgan tried to keep the entire world in the dark by sabotaging Nikola Tesla's alternating current.

Edward Harriman was a lesser known robber baron, whose son Averell, added the Harriman name to the Brown Brothers Bank.


Edward Henry Harriman

A lesser known robber baron was a railroad tycoon named Edward Henry Harriman. By being discreet, he was able to keep his nefarious financial misdeeds out of the newspapers.

Brown Brothers became Brown Brothers Harriman in 1931

It was right after the beginning of the Great Depression that Brown Brothers merged with the Harriman railroad empire.

1529 Walnut St. was Brown
Brothers HQ in Philadelphia.

In 1931, Brown Brothers of Philadelphia merged with Harriman to form Brown Brothers Harriman—now the richest private bank in the U.S. with over $4 TRILLION in assets.

Their New York HQ was located at 59 Wall Street.

The Great Depression was a golden opportunity for the banksters to buy up the country at bargain basement prices.


59 Wall St. was the HQ of
Brown Brothers Harriman.

While the rest of the nation was suffering from the dire effects of the Great Depression, the new bank prospered because real estate could be purchased cheaply. They already owned Pennsylvania, so they added Arkansas and West Virginia to their portfolios.

Averell Harriman

Multi-millionaire Averell Harriman, and Prescott Bush, were just 2 of the founding partners.

When President Roosevelt confiscated gold in 1933, the bank shipped the gold to the BIS (Bank for Intl. Settlements) in Basel, Switzerland.

To finance the Third Reich, Prescott Bush worked closely with U.S. treasury secretary Henry J. Morgenthau, and Hjamar Schacht, Hitler's finance minister.



Prescott Bush

Germany was flat broke after WWI, and they were forced to pay huge war reparations to France. Miraculously, when Hitler came to power, money seemed to grow on trees. Prescott Bush was the bank's liaison with Nazi Germany . . . and he carried out his duties with great enthusiasm.

Averell Harriman financed the Presidential campaign of his daughter Hillary Clinton

Averell Harriman first met courtesan Pamela Churchill in 1941, when he was working to enlist the U.S. as an ally of Britain against Winston's cousin Adolf Hitler.

Pamela got pregnant in April 1946, and then she sailed to New York to have the baby. Amazingly, the baby was adopted by a couple named Hugh and Dorothy Rodham, who lived in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Scranton Pennsylvania just happens to be a Jesuit stronghold.

Hugh and Dorothy then handed baby Hillary over to their son Hugh, and his wife Dorothy, who lived in Chicago, Illinois. 3 years later the Rodhams had enough money to buy a house in an upscale suburb named Park Ridge.

First Lady Hillary Clinton in 1997.

Pamela Digby Churchill Hayward Harriman was the real mother of Hillary Clinton, and bankster Averell Harriman was her real father.

The couple first met in London in 1941, but they were not officially married until 1971.

Baby Hillary was born around January 1947 and then adopted by the Rodhams.


Pamela and Averell Harriman
in 1981.

Right after the '92 "election," the Clintons visited Pamela's Georgetown mansion to thank her for putting them in the White House.

A grateful Bill shaking the
hand of his mother-in-law.

The Harriman mansion in Georgetown was campaign HQ for the 1992 Clinton Presidential campaign.

After the election, a grateful Hillary visited her mother in Georgetown.

Bill was full of fulsome praise for his mother-in-law and her PamPAC.


The grateful Clintons visiting Pamela
after the election in Nov. '92.

At that time, Pamela and Hillary realized that the job was only half done when Bill was President and Hillary was just First Lady. Both of them knew that Brown Brothers Harriman had enough "filty lucre" to reverse the roles, and make Hillary the first female President.

Vital links


Abramson, Rudy. Spanning the Century: The Life of W. Averell Harriman, 1891–1986. William Morrow & Co., New York, 1992.

Baker, Russ. Family of Secrets: The Bush Dynasty, America's Invisible Government, and the Hidden History of the Last Fifty Years. Bloomsbury Press, New York, 2009.

Kouwenhoven, John A. Partners in Crime: A Historical Portrait of a Great Private Bank Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., 18181968. Doubleday & Co., New York, 1968.

Ogden, Christopher. Life of the Party: The Biography of Pamela Digby Churchill Hayward Harriman. Little Brown & Company, Boston, 1994.

Smith, Sally Bedell. Reflected Glory: The Life of Pamela Churchill Harriman. Simon & Schuster, New York, 1996.

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