Our greatest historians Brooks and Henry Adams (grandsons and great-grandsons of US presidents) predicted World War I as early as the 1890s. They thought the Zionists would use the war, but not that the Zionists would get us into it. The folks who pushed the US into World War I were the intellectual class of Great Britain and the US. The UK had a brilliant secret propaganda network set up in the US that was influencing those who make our political decisions. As late as 1904, large chunks of the US population north of the Ohio River and west of the Mississippi spoke German as a first language. More than half the US population (particularly in the north) counted itself as Irish or German-immigrant heritage in 1914. The impoverished Anglo-native southern population still resented the federal government and would support no wars. The Irish Americans were staunch Anglophobes who would never support Britain in a war. German Americans did not wish to fight their homeland. The fact that Woodrow Wilson, "Col" House and company were able to maneuver the US into its first European war in spite of so much popular opposition (Wilson's 1916 re-election slogan was "he kept us out of the war!") is one of the most peculiar feats of propaganda orchestrated by America's intellectual class ever to occur. Washington politicos relied heavily on New York newspapers (not Zionist controlled), NY banks and Hollywood films to manufacture consent among the population. Even then, middle America was dragged kicking and screaming into the war. Wilson had to rely on conscription, secret police and the suppression of German culture in the US to force his authority on Americans. The whole mess was a US-Anglo conspiracy. Don't forget that Britain won control of Palestine in World War I--not the Zionists. Everyone knew Britain and France would take the Levant from the Ottoman Empire in that war.
by Cagsil 6 years ago
Hey Americans,Just curious what you think. Is it time for America to close it's borders, shutdown economic aid around the world, build it's infrastructure, such as more stable housing complex, more structure railing(traveling system), cut off imports to extreme necessary items, re-vamp the...
by Krissi87 7 years ago
How would the world be different if America lost its war for independence?That would mean yes no Civil War but also means America not helping Europe against Germany (Both wars). No America means also possibly no Vietnam yet without Vietnam there would of been no peace movement. No America= No 9/11....
by Deforest 3 years ago
Image: Adolf Hitler in vanquished Paris, June 23 1940Nothing must be done between England and Germany which would in any way violate the prestige of Great Britain. Adolf HitlerWhen Hitler realized that his original idea, the creation of a powerful Reich of all Germans allied to Britain, could...
by Helna 5 years ago
What was the reason for the World War II
by germaine13 7 years ago
how was propaganda used to change americans opinion about the war?
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