Details of Illuminati Funding of the Right

 


 

Baruch13.jpg(left, Bernard Baruch, the Zionist millionaire who sponsored both the
Bolshevik Revolution and the Libertarian movement)

Ninety per cent of the funding for

“Jews Against Communism”

secretly came from Bernard

Baruch (1870-1965) Rothschild

front man.

by Memehunter

(henrymakow.com)

 

In How the Illuminati $pawn Libertarians, Anthony Migchels
explained how a myriad Libertarian organizations were funded by the Illuminati
Money Power. The purpose of
this funding is to conceal the Illuminati’s creation of
Communism.

The Illuminati Jewish
bankers who 
had organized the Bolshevik Revolution were
aware that many observers were noticing  
the
Jewish involvement in Communism
. Thus, in order to
deflect criticism, they sought to show that there were Jews against Communism.


The American Jewish League against Communism

As explained in Illuminati Bankers
controlled Joseph McCarthy
, there were only two
purposes for the founding of the American Jewish League against Communism, or AJLAC:
the number one purpose
was to take the heat off the Jewishness of Communism, and a secondary aim was
to get the Jews out of Communism and to support Zionism.”

The chairman of the AJLAC
was Jewish businessman Alfred Kohlberg, head of the so-called “
China Lobby“. The same Kohlberg, a close ally of Senator McCarthy, also co-founded
the John Birch Society with Robert Welch and
Fred Koch, head of Koch Industries.

Moreover, Kohlberg was a
major sponsor of Plain Talk, which
merged with the Freeman, a
libertarian journal still published today by the Foundation for Economic
Education (FEE), itself a
direct offshoot of the William Volker Fund and an active
supporter of the Mont Pelerin Society (see
Proof Libertarianism is an Illuminati Ploy).


Who was hiding behind Alfred Kohlberg?

Although the connections
between the AJLAC, the John Birch Society, and Libertarian outlets such as the
FEE arouse suspicion, Kohlberg seems at first to be merely another
wealthy freelance sponsor of Libertarianism. Things get more interesting, however, when
we consider who Kohlberg was fronting for.

In fact, 90% of the
funding for the AJLAC came from prominent Zionist millionaire Bernard Baruch,
according to Norman Marks, a member of the national board of the AJLAC. But
Baruch explicitly asked for his contribution to be unknown. He was essentially
hiding behind Kohlberg.

Baruch, who had bought Woodrow
Wilson’s letters to his mistress for $65,000 (an enormous sum at the time),
wound up directing Wilson’s presidency from behind the scenes along with “Colonel”
Edward Mandell House. As head of the
War Industries Board during World War I, Baruch practically controlled
the entire industrial output of the United States.

After the war, Baruch went to Versailles as a major
advisor to the Zionist delegation who brought up the Rothschild-concocted Balfour
Declaration
and clamored for the establishment of a Jewish state in
Palestine.

Later, the same Baruch was,
once again, the unofficial dictator of the United States
during Franklin Roosevelt’s presidency.

Of course, Baruch himself
was an agent of the Rothschild, as
several conspiracy historians have pointed out.

So, in a nutshell: The Rothschilds,
who controlled the “socialist” Roosevelt administration and backed the
Bolshevik Revolution, were also, via Baruch, via Kohlberg, behind the “right-wing”
John Birch Society and the funding of the Libertarian movement in the United
States.


The Rockefeller connection

Not wanting to be outdone, the Rockefeller family also
contributed its fair share to right-wing causes.

Initially, William Volker
did not intend for his foundation to support Libertarian think
tanks. However, when Volker’s nephew Harold Luhnow took control of the Volker
Fund, its orientation changed.

During the 1930s, Luhnow
had come into contact with longtime activist Loren Miller, who headed the Detroit Bureau of Governmental Research (BGR). Miller
introduced Luhnow to Austrian economist Friedrich von Hayek and convinced him
to bring Hayek to Chicago.

Miller went on to oversee the activities of the Volker
Fund and attended the first Mont Pelerin Society meeting. In fact, both the
Volker Fund and the Rockefeller Foundation supported the Mont Pelerin
gatherings for over a decade.

Miller and Luhnow pulled out all the stops to bring Milton Friedman and
Hayek to
Rockefeller-controlled University of Chicago. As pointed out by
scholars Philip
Mirowski and Robert Van Horn
, “Luhnow and the Volker officers were not mere
accessories to the rise of the Chicago school: they were hands-on players,
determined and persistent in making every dollar count.”

 

Importantly, the involvement of the Rockefeller
dynasty in promoting Austrian economics predates the Volker Fund. Indeed,
Rockefeller, who was taught by Hayek in London, “had been intermittently
subsidizing Hayek since his Vienna days at Mises’ business cycle institute”
according to Mirowski and Van Horn.

 

Already in 1926, Ludwig von Mises’s first tour in the United
States was paid by the Rockefeller Foundation.
The National Bureau
of Economic Research, which supported Mises in the 1940s, was also
heavily sponsored by the Rockefeller
Foundation. Mises’s salary in New York was paid by Lawrence Fertig, Kohlberg’s
colleague at the AJLAC, and by the Volker Fund.

 

Working both sides of
the dialectic

As shown by Antony
Sutton
, the Wall Street funding for the Bolshevik Revolution was organized
from 120 Broadway Street in New York, in what Sutton called “the
Morgan-Rockefeller complex”. In the late 1910s and 1920s, both Roosevelt and Baruch
worked at 120 Broadway Street, where several major financial concerns were
located, including the general offices of the American International
Corporation and the New York branch of the Federal Reserve.

Working both sides
of the dialectic, Baruch, who was a lover of Clare Booth Luce,
future wife of media mogul Henry Luce, and a friend of editor William L. White,
arranged for the Reader’s Digest to
publish, in 1945, a widely circulated condensed version of Hayek’s Road to Serfdom. This successful
marketing ploy helped disseminate Hayek’s work.

Ironically, it is
Baruch, once again, who is credited with coining
the term “Cold War”
in a speech given in 1947. He must certainly have known
what he was talking about.


Escaping the Illuminati dialectic

Both the Rothschild and
Rockefeller dynasties supported and backed, directly or through their agents the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia and the rise of the
Libertarian movement in the United States.

As we have shown in previous
articles, the Illuminati elites did not merely provide financial support for
both sides of the dialectic. Indeed, the Jesuits a.k.a Illuminati formulated
the ideological content
that led to the modern versions of both
Libertarianism and Communism. Moreover, both movements were corrupted
by Satanic influences
.

The Illuminati elites are
toying with us, trapping people into a deceitful dialectic whose poles both lead
to a domination by a transnational plutocracy, and sidetracking
them away from the truth.

More than ever, it is time for us to exit the Matrix by
escaping the Illuminati dialectic and starting to devise our own solutions.

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