Rockefeller Internationalist - Emanuel Josephson

Some Rockefeller CFR Stars
and State Department Agents

"I will not turn my back on Hiss. . ."
Secretary of State Dean Acheson's Loyalty Pledge

Lack of space precludes the possibility of even listing the endless array of agents of the Rockefeller Empire and of the Rockefeller Soviet Axis in Government posts. Therefore only a few of the most outstanding of them can be given in any detail.


Alger Hiss was born in Baltimore, Md., November 11, 1904. He was graduated in 1926 from Johns Hopkins with an A.B. degree and obtained his legal education in that outstanding school for treason, Rockefeller-subsidized Harvard Law School; he received his LL.B. in 1929 as a classmate of that "bleeding heart", callously self-confessed Communist, Lee Pressman. As in the case of so many of the subversive or traitorous Harvard products, he was placed by his subversive propagandist teachers, including Felix Frankfurter, in the post of secretary to Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes.

Hiss then was employed by the firms of Choate, Hall & Stewart in Boston, and Cotton & Franklin in New York City. In 1932 Hiss joined the International Juridical Association, a legal seminary for the Communist Party's International Labor Defense, headed at that time by Mrs. Carol Weiss, later attorney for Gerhart Eisler and other top Communists. In 1933 Hiss was lured to Washington to participate in the New Deal Popular Front government, built up by the cunning activities of Rockefeller's Ivy Ledbetter Lee, with all of the wealth and power of the Rockefeller enterprises and "philanthropies" behind him. In Washington, Hiss joined the many agents that had been produced in the schools and universities of the country by the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial, the General Education Board and the Rockefeller Foundation through the "social sciences" that were nothing more or less than straight Marxist propaganda twisted to serve the purposes of the totalitarian conspirators. Among these agents were Lee Pressman, who was primarily responsible for inducing Hiss to enter government service, Tommy Corcoran, Jerome Frank, Nathan Witt, Gardner Jackson, Charles Kramer, John Abt, Gregory Silver-master and Hal Ware.

Already a left-wing Marxist, Hiss promptly found his way into a Communist cell set up in the government by Hal Ware, an agent of the Comintern. Hiss rapidly came to the fore in the Roosevelt Popular Front. While serving as Assistant General Counsel of Wallace's Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 1933-35, he was simultaneously planted and served as legal assistant to the special Senate Committee investigating the munitions industry in 1934-35. This assignment was obtained for him by Gardner Jackson. When the Communist cell in the Department of Agriculture was ousted for political expediency, Hiss alone was left behind by arrangement of Lee Pressman, as a "feeder and pipeline". This earned for him the reputation of being a renegade Communist among the uninformed members of his cell and in the Party, which undoubtedly paved the way for his eventual denouncement and conviction.

From the AAA, Hiss was transferred, at the request of Solicitor General (later Supreme Court Justice) Stanley Reed, to the Department of Justice; and in 1936 he was invited by Assistant Secretary of State Francis B. Sayre, son-in-law of President Woodrow Wilson, one of Hiss' law professors at Harvard, to come over to the State Department as Sayre's assistant. By this time Hiss was deeply involved in espionage, as was amply attested by witnesses at his later trials. In 1939, Hiss was promoted in the State Department to the post of assistant adviser on political relations.

This promotion came at about the time that Whittaker Chambers, former Communist underground courier, and Isaac Don Levine exposed Hiss as a Communist spy. The exposure was made indirectly to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt through many channels, including Marvin H. McIntyre, Presidential secretary. McIntyre was so well aware of the Popular Front character of the Roosevelt regime that he refused to transmit the information to Roosevelt. He amusedly suggested that it be given to the Assistant Secretary of State in charge of State Department security and personal adviser to the President, Adolph A. Berle. When Berle passed this gratuitous information to the President, the fact was so well known to him that instead of being alarmed at the presence of Communist spies and agents in the State Department at the critical period of the Hitler-Stalin alliance, Roosevelt told Berle "to go jump in the lake, only in coarser language". (Seeds of Treason, Toledano & Lasky, p. 83).

Likewise, William C. Bullitt, former Ambassador to Soviet Russia, undertook to inform Roosevelt of the dangerous Communist espionage ring in the State Department. Roosevelt was so well aware of the situation that he "laughed and told him not to worry". Walter Winchell, who, in view of his vaunted intelligence service, was naive indeed, to believe that the President was not aware of the Communist character of his Popular Front "New Deal" and the oily deal that had provided for its set-up, met with a similar brush-off when he undertook to warn Roosevelt of the dangerous espionage.

President Roosevelt was fully aware of the Communist character of his entourage, that had been dictated by the Rockefeller agents of the Rockefeller-Soviet Axis. The leaders of the fake opposition were equally aware of it. Senator Warren Austin and Governor Thomas E. Dewey, the latter a perennial Rockefeller puppet candidate, were both informed of the situation but refused to act to expose the traitors.

In 1941, pro-Communist Dean Acheson, then newly appointed Assistant Secretary of State, was warned by the Department's security officer, Adolph A. Berle, about the known Communist connections of Donald Hiss, brother of Alger, a member of the Acheson firm, requested by Acheson as his assistant; and he had been informed of Alger's connection with the Hal Ware cell. But it is obvious that he approved of it.

John Foster Dulles, Rockefeller's kinsman and State Department boss, Hiss informed the Senate investigating committee, had been his adviser and mentor throughout his Communist career. Hiss w-as rewarded for his treacherous work in support of the Communist cause and Rockefellerism by rapid promotion to key posts in the Department that handled matters vital to the success of the Rockefeller-Soviet Axis. In 1944, Hiss was rapidly promoted, first to the post of Special Assistant to the Director of the Office of Far Eastern Affairs, so vital for Lenin's plot for world conquest by Communism through control of Asia and China; then he was made Special Assistant to the Director, and Deputy Director, of the Office of Special Political Affairs, and executive secretary to the Dumbarton Oaks Conference. This prepared the way for his "mission for Moscow" as adviser to Secretary of State Stettinius and President Roosevelt, or his double, at the Yalta Conference in the sell-out of Asia to Stalin in return for Saudi Arabian oil for the Rockefeller Empire.

With the approval of both parties of the Rockefeller-Soviet Axis, Hiss was chosen Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on International Organization at San Francisco, where concrete form was given to the sell-out initiated at Yalta. At San Francisco, he worked directly under the eyes of Nelson Rockefeller and John Foster Dulles, representing the Rockefeller Empire as he placed the mechanism of world domination in the hands of his masters and betrayed the destinies of the U.S. into their hands. To make sure that the people of the U.S. would have no voice in deciding their fate, he wrote into the rules of the UN a provision that gave its Secretary General absolute power to appoint all UN employees from the peoples of the member nations, thus robbing our nation of what little protection a loyal body of representatives might afford.

Never at any time during his career in the State Department was there any doubt of Hiss' notoriety as a Communist. The FBI had a complete dossier on his Communist activities and all his superiors in the Department had been put on notice of his affiliation with the Party. Confirmation of this came even from abroad in the form of the confessions of Igor Gouzenko, Soviet code clerk in the Ottawa office of Col. Nikolai Zabotin, Soviet military attache to Canada, and in statements made directly to an FBI operative, to the effect that the Soviets had an espionage agent in 1945, who was an Assistant Secretary of State of the U.S. A fifty-one page report of these findings was submitted to President Truman and amusedly circulated among the agents and queers of the State Department by its "security" officers. The State Department traitors were so arrogantly confident of their control that they made no effort to suppress the report.

During this time, Alger Hiss was one of the key members and indoctrinators of Rockefeller's Foreign Office, the Council On Foreign Relations, virtual Premier of the Rockefeller Empire and key man of the Rockefeller-Soviet Axis. For his service to that Axis, he was rewarded by John Foster Dulles, David Rockefeller and their associates with the position of president of the Carnegie Endowment For International Peace, which was made a special berth for him in 1947 by the provision of a $20,000 annual salary and a large expense account. At that very time he was under investigation by the FBI and under fire in the State Department. Probably it was hoped that in this manner his prestige would be so enhanced that he would be placed beyond the reach of the U.S. authorities, even though he was marked by the Communist Party for one of its periodic purges. Confidently, John Foster Dulles brushed aside the charges of Larry S. Davidow and Alfred Kohlberg of Hiss' "probable Communist record". The conspirators might have carried the day with perfect effrontery, if Hiss had not perjured himself. For ironically, Hiss was convicted for perjury, not for treason.

Frantic efforts were made by the conspirators to save their key man. Hundreds of thousands of dollars were spent by the Empire in his defense. His attorney in the first trial, Lloyd Paul Stryker, is reported to have been paid more than $100,000 as a retainer. John Foster Dulles and Supreme Court Justices Felix Frankfurter and Stanley Reed appeared as character witnesses for him in the first trial, when it appeared that the prosecution could not muster adequate proof. However, discretion became the better part of valor when it became apparent in the second trial that the charges could be sustained, and it was manifestly unwise for Dulles and his Rockefeller Imperial bosses to become too closely identified with a perjured traitor; and Dulles modified his original testimony.

At the time of his conviction Alger Hiss was still top man in Rockefeller's Council On Foreign Relations and Institute of Pacific Relations, president, on leave, of the Carnegie Endowment For International Peace, member and director of the executive committee of the Association For The United Nations, chairman of the executive committee of the Citizens Committee For Reciprocal World Trade, and trustee of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation and the World Peace Foundation. In those capacities he was intimately associated with Nelson A. Rockefeller, David Rockefeller, John D. Rockefeller 3rd., Owen Lattimore, Philip Jessup, Thomas K. Finletter and many other "notables", whose names were carefully kept out of the trial.

The source of the hundreds of thousands of dollars spent in the legal defense of Hiss, in the employment of the same wire-tappers who were later employed by Clendening Ryan on behalf of Winthrop Rockefeller's "Fusion" candidacy in New York City and on the successive appeals made by Hiss, need not be asked. It is quite apparent that the bosses whom he served so well with his treason, could not afford to let him down. His services were needed in carrying out their plans. His enforced "retirement" as Jailbird No. 19137 in the Federal Penitentiary at Lewisburg, however, has not defeated those plans. His assistant in the State Department, Joseph E. Johnson, a member of Rockefeller's Council On Foreign Relations who had resigned when a leak to Russia of top secret information was traced to the Division of International Security Affairs, is carrying on in his place as president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.


Frederick Vanderbilt Field is another highly significant cog in the Rockefeller Red organization, has played a useful role as an agent of the Rockefeller Soviet Axis Far Eastern conspiracy. Like Alger Hiss, he is now a martyr of Rockefellerism, temporarily "retired" to a jail cell, not for treason against the U.S. but for contempt of court for refusing to reveal the obvious source of the collateral furnished by the Civil Rights Congress as bail for four, fugitive, convicted, top Communist agents.

Field is a star product of Bismarck's Marxist propaganda drive merged with Rockefeller "educational philanthropies". He graduated from Harvard, a muddled Marxist, in the class of 1927, with two other Rockefeller Red stars, who followed the same career, Laurence Duggan and Joseph Barnes. Duggan paid the death penalty for his "deviation", after testifying before the House Un-American Activities Committee on the Rockefeller sponsorship and direction of the Red Institute of International Education, of which he was director, by a mysterious plunge from his sixteenth story office window. Barnes accompanied Field when he went to extend his Marxist muddling under Harold Laski at the Rockefeller subsidized London School of Economics and Political Science. Barnes later married Field's first wife.

On their return from Europe, both Field and Barnes found employment promptly with the Rockefeller Soviet Axis Institute of Pacific Relations. They had been prepared for their jobs by their training in the Rockefeller subsidized schools, under Felix Frankfurter and Harold Laski, and fitted perfectly. Field boasted: "My job there (the IPR) was something I am proud of; it was actually a job on which I could have supported my family on my own."

Rockefeller agents are well paid. Not needing the salary. Field returned it, $100,000 in all, to the IPR. The job carried with it membership and dominance in Rockefeller's Council on Foreign Relations.

In the following year he married and took his honeymoon on an extended trip to Europe and Russia, as secretary to the American delegation to the Kyoto conference of the IPR. He went in company with John D. Rockefeller 3d who was secretary to James G. MacDonald, chairman of Rockefeller's Foreign Policy Association, one of the members of the delegation. In the atmosphere of the Rockefeller-Soviet Axis, all of Field's muddling cleared up, and he adopted the power pattern of Communism and the Axis as his creed. In his executive post and his editorial activities in the IPR, at the side of John D. 3rd and Owen Lattimore, Field became one of the key Rockefeller Empire Far Eastern agents, doubly valuable because of his acceptance by the Communists.

Field followed closely each bend in the Communist Party "line", supported many Communist organizations, and served as emissary for Communist spy, Whittaker Chambers. Jointly with the Kremlin, he financed through his American People's Fund the Jefferson School of Social Science, the official Communist Party "school for traitors" in New York City. With Owen Lattimore and other Rockefeller subsidized members of the editorial staff of the IPR publications, he organized Amerasia, and published from the IPR office that Communist, espionage publication "front". During the period of the Hitler Stalin Pact, he resigned his staff position in the IPR and organized the American Peace Mobilization, to agitate against American entry into the war. He picketed the White House until, immediately after Hitler's invasion of Russia, he made an about face to follow the Party "line" and stridently propagandized for our entry into the war as a champion of the Soviets. Though he resigned as trustee of the IPR in 1947, he still continues to implement its Far Eastern policy as a key member of the Foreign Office of the Rockefeller Empire, the Council on Foreign Relations. It is not difficult to discern whom he protected when he refused to name the contributors to the Civil Rights Congress bail fund for the top Communist conspirators and traitors.


Owen Lattimore, an English-schooled Tientsin newspaper man who, according to affidavits in the hands of the FBI, led several pro-Communist student uprisings there, was launched on his career with the support of the Rockefeller dominated, Red Social Science Research Bureau, Harvard-Yenching Institute and J. S. Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. He devoted himself to the cause of the Soviets in Mongolia and other sections. He was then brought back to spearhead the Far Eastern activities of the Rockefeller Soviet Axis thru the Institute of Pacific Relations and the Council on Foreign Relations. He was a member of the Red cell that operated the IPR for the Axis according to Budenz, and became editor of its Pacific Relations, and founding editor of its Soviet espionage front, Amerasia. In effect he became the undersecretary of the Foreign Office of the Rockefeller Empire on Eastern Affairs, and one of the top indoctrinators of their agents in the CFR, the IPR and the State Department. His numerous publications consistently pursued the line of the Rockefeller Soviet Axis, or led it.

Budenz testified Lattimore was assigned by the Politburo to misrepresenting the Chinese Communists as "agrarians" who had no interest in Marxism, and to other key assignments. These involved appointment to ostensibly minor official State Department posts, including: Roosevelt-appointed personal advisor to Chiang Kai-shek in which post he was in excellent position to accomplish the betrayal of China to the Communists; Deputy Director of Pacific Operations of the Office of War Information, where he furthered the cause of the Chinese Communists by packing his division with Communist Chinese personnel from the New China Daily News; "adviser" to Vice-President Henry A. Wallace on his mission to China; and UN Point 4 representative to Afghanistan.

Lattimore's interest in Tibet, involving the entertainment of a Lama in his Baltimore home, was followed shortly by betrayal of Tibet to the Chinese Communists. It will be interesting to watch what his interest in Afghanistan, coupled with the sending of Standard Oil experts there, will evolve.

As is usual for Rockefeller Soviet agents, Lattimore was planted in a university post in the Walter Hines Page School of Diplomacy, at Johns Hopkins, where he indoctrinated, or "trained", embryo diplomats for R. S. Axis assignments in the State Department. With his star pupil, John Stewart Service, according to affidavits produced by Sen. McCarthy, Lattimore was accomplice in the Amerasia espionage case that involved the theft from the State Department and other Government offices, of seventeen hundred secret documents (for transmission to Communist agents) that jeopardized the secrecy of our codes and endangered the lives of tens of thousands of GIs. As is so often the case of Rockefeller-protected agents, neither Lattimore nor Service were even indicted for the crime. Instead, Service was promoted immediately after his arraignment, and Joseph Grew, the State Department official who demanded the prosecution of the malefactors, was ousted. Six years later after numerous phoney "investigations", as a result of aroused public sentiment. Service was discharged in December, 1951, as a "security risk".

As an officer of the IPR, Lattimore made Red "pilgrimages": to Moscow, in 1937, with Stalin-decorated Edward C. Carter, where they "were obviously receiving instruction from the Soviet Government regarding the line which the Institute ought to follow"; and to Chinese Communist headquarters at Yenan, in 1937, in the company of the Red fellow editors of Amerasia, where "they were greeted by Communist spy, Agnes Smedley" of the Richard Sorge ring. And he was addressee subsequently of correspondence directly from Red spy Sorge, whose ring operated out of the IPR in precipitating the Pearl Harbor attack.

In view of his record, it is difficult to understand what objection Lattimore could offer to Sen. McCarthy's charge that he was a top "Soviet agent", unless it is now the Communist Party line for its agents to deny their affiliation. Certainly no avowed Soviet agent could have served the Communists to better advantage.

When Sen. McCarthy's charges finally did come to a hearing before the packed Tydings Committee, tremendous pressure was brought to bear to protect Lattimore from exposure. None of the above stated record and other data which McCarthy turned over to the Committee and to the FBI to prove that Lattimore "was or had been a Communist" was permitted in evidence. At no point was there brought out the intimate association of Lattimore with Alger Hiss, with the Amerasia crowd, including Philip J. Jaffe and Frederick V. Field, or his membership and influence in Rockefeller's Council on Foreign Relations and Institute of Pacific Relations. Instead he was permitted by Tydings to use all his vast skill in the peculiarly Communist art of "smearing" and befuddling with dialectics, against his accuser, McCarthy, and to convert the hearings to placing the latter on trial instead of himself answering the serious and well substantiated charges brought against him. The substance of his meagre reply to the charges was the same as that always advanced when one of the agents of the Rockefeller Empire comes under fire: the cry of "witch hunt", "guilt by association" and "smear".

All of the wealth and influence of the Rockefeller Empire and its Council on Foreign Relations, with their control of the press and all other avenues of communication and publication were brought to bear to protect Lattimore and to discredit McCarthy.


Dwight David Eisenhower was born at Dennison, Texas, October 14, 1890. He graduated from the U.S. Military Academy with a B.S. degree in 1915 and served as a lieutenant colonel in the Tank Corps, in World War I. He graduated successively from the Army Tank School, in 1921; the Command and General Staff School, in 1926; from the War College, in 1929; and from the Army Industrial School, in 1932. On June 24, 1942, through influence the source of which is now apparent, he was jumped many points by President Roosevelt and made his "yes-man", "Commanding" General in the European Theatre of Operations. On November 8, 1942) ?>he became Allied Commander-in-Chief in North Africa; and on December 31,1943, he was appointed Commanding General of Allied Forces in the European Theatre of Operations. In 1945 he became Commander of U.S. Forces in Germany.

Eisenhower consented to the encirclement of his command by potentially hostile Russian forces in Berlin, where they could be trapped and held as hostages at the will of the Soviets. It is hard to understand any loyal officer so betraying his command.

Inactivated, Eisenhower, like other Rockefeller political hacks, was retired to the presidency of a university, Columbia. There he did nothing to clean out the Communists on the faculty that make it a hotbed of subversion. Instead, he chose, in 1949, to associate with the exposed Communist agents and traitors of Rockefeller's Council on Foreign Relations. There is truth in the adage: "A man is known by the company that he chooses".

Eisenhower was the natural choice of the Rockefeller interests to head their UN forces in Europe to carry out their program. A loyal American would not be a party to withholding idle reinforcements and supplies, by shipment to Europe, from troops under fire in Korea.

Eisenhower is being groomed as the conspirators' "bipartisan", or Fusion, presidential candidate in their move to rob the nation of any voice in the Government and to set up a military dictatorship, as forecast in their "Hopley Plan", a prelude to their final "1984" program.

As early as June 7, 1947, Drew Pearson announced that Eisenhower conferred with Paley, of Columbia Broadcasting Co., Watson, of International Business Machines and John D. Rockefeller Jr., in regard to the Presidential nomination in 1948. I pointed out in my Strange Death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt (p. 310):

"This confirms the indication of his appointment, with the support of the General Education (Board) to the post of president of Columbia University— that he is planned as an entry from the Rockefeller stables in the Presidential Sweepstakes."

Though Eisenhower creditably, or possibly as a disarming maneuver, pointed out the menace to a republic of a military man as President, it might be expected that he will take his orders from his Rockefeller bosses and subversive agents, and accept the nomination, to rob the nation of any choice other than acceptance of Rockefellerism.


"Betrayer of America", Dean Gooderham Acheson, after serving as secretary to Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, following training at Harvard under Felix Frankfurter, was sponsored by Sen. Millard Tydings (son-in-law of pro-Communist Rockefeller henchman, Joseph E. Davies), for the post of Solicitor General, but was given by Roosevelt the Undersecretary of the Treasury appointment in the Popular Front "New Deal". As set forth in the Congressional Record of May 16, 1933, p. 3483, Senator Couzens of Michigan opposed Acheson's confirmation on the ground that his firm had many clients, including the Standard Oil and Rockefeller interests, who would have income tax refund cases that would come up before him, and he questioned that Acheson could be impartial.

By way of rebuttal and defense of Acheson, Tyding revealed his ties with Communists, saying:

"It has not been said, but should be said that Mr. Acheson has represented the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. It might be contended that because he represented modem Russia, that because the Soviets have been his clients, therefore he is a 'Red' or 'radical' or unfitted to hold the office to which he has been nominated."

Acheson, a member of Rockefeller's Council on Foreign Relations, belied Tydings' statement by becoming, in the eyes of the Soviets, according to a repentant spy courier, the ringleader of the Rockfeller Empire agents in the Department, acting on behalf of the Rockefeller Soviet Axis in the furtherance of the Lenin program for the Soviet conquest of China and Asia. He championed the Hisses—Donald who was his law partner, and Alger who later became his superior in the Rockefeller Foreign Office—and disdained the advice of the Department's security officer Adolph Berle, that they were Communists and security risks. He surrounded himself with champions of Communism and Rockefellerism. From Rockefeller's CFR and IPR, he drew Owen Lattimore, John Carter Vincent, Lauchlin Currie (named by Communist spy courier Elizabeth Bentley as "feeder" of confidential and top secret information directly from the White House, where he was assistant to Roosevelt) and Philip C. Jessup, Chairman of the Pacific Council of the IPR, champion of Frederick Vanderbilt Field and Alger Hiss, sponsor of the American Russian Institute and other Communist and front agencies and Acheson's "adviser" and Ambassador-at-large; and others of the same breed.

In 1950, Earl Browder formerly head of the Communist Party in the U.S. revealed in his testimony before the Tydings Committee, that he and his adjutant, Robert Minor, had been invited on October 12, 1942, to the State Department by Acheson to confer with him, Lauchlin Currie and others; and that he had been asked by them to render service as a State Department courier in the transmission to Chinese Communist leader Mao Tse-tung through Madame Sun Yat Sen, of the information that they had changed the policy of the U.S. and would no longer support Chiang Kai-shek in his fight on the Communists, but that instead, they viewed the Chinese Communist cause with favor, and they intimated that support for it would be forthcoming. This was one of the first overt steps in the betrayal of American interests in China that is now costing us so heavily in lives and fortunes.

After the Amerasia case was "fixed", Grew who had forced its prosecution, was dismissed; and Acheson, whose associates were the guilty parties, was promoted. PM, the Communist propaganda sheet, exulted over Acheson's appointment:

"Now the State Department policy has a better appreciation of what the Soviet Union wants." It was true. Acheson, with the aid of his associates, Lattimore, Vincent, Hiss, Currie and others, hastened to deliver China and Japan to the Communists. In Japan, they were blocked by MacArthur in spite of their planting of Communist agents on his staff, where some of them still remain. This miscarriage of their plans probably will be corrected, by the "peace" activities of the Rockefeller overlord of the State Department Reds, John Foster Dulles.

In bold pursuit of his policy of betrayal to the Rockefeller Soviet Axis, Acheson on June 19, 1946 urged the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to set up a ten-year "Lend-Lease" program for arming and supplying the Chinese Communist Army. Failing in this, he and his fellow conspirators undertook to circumvent Congress, and through General George Marshall, as their agent, to accomplish the supplying of the Communists and the betrayal of the Nationalists, as is related elsewhere. This is the purpose for which they suppressed General Wedemeyer's report. All the plans that Acheson originated in the State Department, "Lend-Lease", UNRRA, the Marshall Plan, the Atlantic Pact and the Point 4 program, were designed for that same purpose. This was also the purpose of the shipment of a gift of a hundred million bushels of wheat to India for transshipment to her Soviet ally and Communist China. As a reward therefor, Rockefeller's Standard Oil Co. (N.J.) has been given a virtual monopoly of the oil market in India, with the acquiescence of the Soviets, who will be supplied with their oil through that channel.

Acheson has never tired of serving the Rockefeller-Soviet cause. As Under-Secretary of State, he approved a loan to the Polish Communist government headed by David Rockefeller's teacher and friend, Oskar Lange. Acheson's law firm, Covington, Burling, Acheson & Shorb, whose partners Burling and Donald Hiss were registered as agents of Communist Poland, handled the loan.

Sen. McCarthy's exposure of treason and perversion in the State Department created an emergency for Acheson and his Red clique, that threatened their control of the Government. It was met by reversal of Acheson's announced policy of abandoning South Korea, that deliberately launched us on the Korean "police action". The Korean betrayal has firmly resaddled the conspirators in office. The tens of thousands of GIs lost in the process mean nothing to the sadistic plotters. The crushing taxation which it has served to excuse, hastens their attainment of a U.S. and world-wide dictatorship.

Acheson has matched Gen. George Marshall as the best Secretary of State and collaborator that the Soviets and the Rockefeller Empire have ever had. He has persistently protected Soviet spies and agents; and his refusal to turn his back on his convicted superior, Alger Hiss, is now proverbial. For that reason the demands for his dismissal by Congress, by the nation and by the veterans organizations, the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars, are futile.

The American veteran has not yet awakened to the realization that he is regarded by the conspirators as "peasant" and mere cannon fodder to be expended in Rockefeller Crusades. Not even his vote gives him any weight in their consideration, so completely have they corrupted the electorate and engineered the theft of elections. He is a mere robot who has been disfranchised and is beneath their contempt. Consequently it is natural that his demand for Acheson's dismissal has gone as unheeded as the demand of large sections of the press and of the people at large. "Fixes" that involve the lives and wealth of the citizenry have assumed the status of unimportance, as contrasted with "fixes" of so-called "sport events", that have been whipped up to satisfy the public's entire capacity for indignation.


"For democracy is, of course, a luxury. It invokes inefficiencies and weaknesses, and it is incompatible with the attainment of maximum national effort."

This statement, made by John Foster Dulles, (Rockefeller kinsman, married to Janet Pomeroy Avery, cousin of John D. Jr., Grand Vizier of the Rockefeller Empire, its "bipartisan" gift to the nation and Senior Statesman assigned to supervision of the State Department) before the Foreign Policy Association on March 18, 1930, aptly describes the totalitarian bent of his clan. Chairman of the Board of Rockefeller's Foundation, he has devoted his life to their service, as their top agent and counsel.

Starting at the top of the international diplomatic scale as secretary of the Hague Peace Conference, when a nineteen year old Princeton student, he consistently has represented the Empire in "top drawer" capacity. In the years following World War I, he became identified with their I.G. Farben-industrie and German banking interests, from the start. And from the start he participated in the dealings of the Rockefeller Soviet Axis.

His indiscriminately totalitarian bent and faithful adherence to the interests of the Rockefeller Empire are attested to by his organization and support of America First and his intense isolationism prior to Dunkirk and Hitler's invasion of Russia, and his pro-Communism. It is evinced in his book War, Peace, and Change published in 1940, in which he undertook to justify, on behalf of the Rockefeller Empire, the "expansion" of their Nazi and Fascist collaborators, and even of the Japanese.

This book by Dulles offers the public a word of caution in regard to his activities. In it he assumed a role that has been assigned to him repeatedly. He undertook to throw our country off guard by assuring us that there was no danger and no reason for alarm, at the very time the conspirators were planning an attack upon us. He wrote:

"There is no reason to believe that, any totalitarian states separately or collectively, would attempt to attack the United States . . . Only hysteria entertains the idea that Germany, Italy, or Japan contemplates war on us."

Again in 1950, Dulles repeated the performance by appearing at Seoul to throw the South Koreans off guard by assuring them that there was no danger of an invasion from the north, at the very time that the conspirators had launched the invasion. Once again, in a special article written by him and distributed by the NEA Service, on Friday, December 14, 1951, that is an outline of one that is scheduled to appear in Foreign Affairs the official publication of Rockefeller's Foreign Office, the CFR, Dulles reassures us that we can stop the Russian Imperialism that his crowd have done so much to foster, by adopting some new methods that he proposes. Under the circumstances, a natural reaction is "Beware of the Greeks bearing gifts!" and "Where are they planning to hit us next?"

Dulles is regarded as the Rockefeller Empire's dispenser of patronage and guardian of the subversive, pro-Communist cell in the State Department. The New York Times quoted Dulles on July 25,1950, as acknowledging to a group of Republican Senators that he was well aware of the existence of a group of Communists in the State Department who were working to betray China, and incidentally the U.S., to the Soviets. He said:

" . . I do admit that at one time there was a group that felt a dose of Communism would do some countries good."

Alger Hiss informed the Senate Investigating Committee that his sponsor, adviser and mentor throughout his career had been John Foster Dulles. The entire Dulles family, including his brother Allen, his sister Eleanor, and Rhea Foster, have been extremely active in the Rockefeller Soviet Institute of Pacific Relations. Dulles and David Rockefeller, as Trustees of the Carnegie Endowment For International Peace were acknowledged to have made Hiss president of that organization.

Despite all shows of conflict between the U.S. and the USSR that have been staged for the diversion of the "peasants", there has never been any rift in the lute of Rockefeller-Soviet relations, thanks to the "diplomacy" of Dulles. He has always been most punctilious in discussing with Soviet representatives all moves planned, and arranging for their collaboration. He makes no secret of it.

This is startlingly demonstrated by the contemptuous report made by Dulles in his maiden address in the Senate (to which he had been appointed by Rockefeller puppet Gov. Thomas E. Dewey, to whom he dictated his "bipartisan" foreign policy, as supposed "adviser"), on July 12, 1949 (Congressional Record, p. 9276). Dulles stated that he had attended the Paris Conference of Foreign Ministers, in company with Philip C. Jessup, as "adviser" to Dean Acheson; and that there he had discussed with Andrei Vishinsky, among others, the matter of a let-up of the "Cold War". It had been decided by them that such a let-up must not occur because it would not be wise on the ground that:

"Some fear that any relaxation of the East-West tension would bring a corresponding relaxation on the part of the American people, and therefore they needed to be artificially alarmed."

On July 15, 1949, Sen. William E. Jenner, of Indiana, was reported by the N.Y. Times (7/16/49, p. 4) to have

" . . . strongly and personally challenged Sen. Foster Dulles and called upon Sen. Dulles . . . to rise and give an explanation of his remarks at the Big 4 Foreign Ministers Conference in Paris that the U.S. public be kept artificially alarmed. The suggestion was rejected, and Sen. Dulles sat silent and smiling. Dulles later told reporters that it was suggested at the conference, but would not tell who offered the suggestion. .He just chuckled and made no reply."

Needless to say, the remark was merely a contemptuous restatement of the policy of the Rockefeller Empire, made by its agent, which Sen. Jenner aptly summed up as follows:

"In other words . . . they take the position: 'Tell the American people only what you want them to know; but lead them down the road to bankruptcy . . . Keep them living from crisis to crisis, from emergency to emergency.' "

An emergency in 1950, the conviction of Alger Hiss for perjury in connection with treason and the consequent intensification of the warranted distrust of Dean Acheson and his betrayal of China to the Communists, required some action. John Foster Dulles was put back into the State Department in official capacity as "bipartisan" and "Republican" to neutralize the criticism from Republican quarters. This was done under the most extraordinary circumstances.

On April 6, 1950, the New York Times, the official gazette of the Rockefeller Empire announced on page 1 that President Truman would appoint John Foster Dulles "as top policy adviser in the State Department probably with the rank of Ambassador at Large". Simultaneous announcement appeared on page 4 of the Times of Dulles' appointment as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of kinsman Rockefeller's Foundation. The vein of the reports indicated that John Foster Dulles had served the Rockefeller Empire so loyally since 1935 that he was being rewarded with a promotion in one of its subsidiaries, the State Department. A special dispatch to the New York Times made it clear, however, that the order for this promotion had come from powers above and behind the Government. It was apparent that President Truman, wintering at Key West, had not yet received his orders from his Rockefeller Empire bosses; for he denied any intention of appointing Dulles to the State Department, Ambassador at Large or any other appointment.

On the following day, Truman had received his orders, and the appointment of Dulles as Foreign Policy Adviser was announced by the State Department, not by Truman. Dulles' activities since that appointment make it quite clear that he, and not Acheson, is the boss of the State Department, acting in his capacity of top agent of the Rockefeller Empire and its Foreign Office, the Council on Foreign Relations.

In line with his policy of keeping the nation "artificially alarmed", Dulles presented it with the wholly unwarranted Korean war that was deliberately precipitated by pre-arrangement and with full premeditation. It was no coincidence that John Foster Dulles, Foreign Policy Adviser of the State Department, was present in Seoul in his customary role of putting the South Koreans off guard with false assurances of "security", at the very time that the North Korean Communist and Chinese Communist Armies were invading South Korea. How little faith he had in his own treacherous assurances is indicated by the fact that he hurriedly fled by plane, without awaiting the Communist cohorts for whom he and his confederates, of the State Department and the Rockefeller Empire, had eased the way and "opened the gates". The Korean "police action" relieved the most dreaded "emergency" for the conspirators, their ousting.

The harmony that Dulles maintains with the Soviets for the Rockefeller Empire is further illustrated by the Japanese "peace" negotiations. Dulles, acting as a one man State Department, arranged a treaty of peace with Japan that will serve the purposes of the Empire. Before he left for Japan, the New York Times of January 15, 1951, reported that Dulles had conferred with Jacob A. Malik, Soviet delegate to the United Nations. Acting on behalf of the Rockefeller Empire, and completely mindful of the agreements of the Rockefeller-Soviet Axis, Dulles, according to the Times, sought to advise Russia that the object of his visit to Japan was wholly exploratory.

Despite loud and widely publicized threats of a fight on the treaty by the Soviets, to divert the "peasants", the Russian delegation made merely a token demonstration at its signing so as to prevent popular appreciation of how well satisfied they were with it. The Rockefeller Empire is equally well satisfied with it, making the sentiment in the Rockefeller Soviet Axis unanimous. But we "peasants" might well ask ourselves, after this Dulles deal as after the others: "What disaster does it forebode for us?"

Dulles, son of a Watertown, New York, minister, has been one of the principal agents of the Rockefeller Empire on the religious front, and one of the "leaders" of the subversive Federal (alias National) Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S. (alias America). The totalitarian nature of this "leadership" was aptly described by George Dugan of the American Council of Christian Churches, a truly American organization, at its meeting in Philadelphia reported in the New York Times of October 30, 1948, that charged that John Foster Dulles:

"Has been for fifteen years 'an effective tool of extremely radical and pacifist' church leaders associated with the Federal Council and World Council.

"These he labeled . . . 'cooperative fronts for world Socialism.'"

In conclusion, Dugan and the Council vigorously attacked Dulles personally, as stated in the Times article:

"The Council also called on its adherents to oppose the appointment of John Foster Dulles to either the position of Secretary of State or representative of the United States in the United Nations."

Dulles, in collaboration with Alger Hiss and Nelson Rockefeller, was one of the active principals, representing the Rockefeller Empire in the creation of the United Nations. Dulles subscribes to any and every form of subversion of the sovereignty of the U.S., or its surrender to any foreign power or agency. It is understandable that the direct or indirect control of such powers and agencies by the Rockefeller Empire would naturally imply complete and absolute surrender of U.S. sovereignty to the Rockefeller Empire. In line with this policy, Dulles advocates and supports the "Union Now" scheme advocated by Streit and other British agents and Anglophiles. Originally it merely demanded return to England as a colony, and sought to make of George Washington a traitor and of Benedict Arnold a patriot.

In its more recently evolved form it has propagandized, in addition, for an Atlantic Pact as a device to attain its objectives. John Foster Dulles wrote a laudatory introduction for an exposition of the latter form, written by Justice Owen J. Roberts, John Schmidt and Clarence Streit, and published under the title of The New Federalist by Federal Union Inc. with the support of such patriots as Senator Estes Kefauver, J. William Fulbright, and Edward J. Thye, and Representatives James Wadsworth, Walter B. Judd, and Thomas E. Burke. Their names are listed in a full page advertisement of Federal Union Inc., its publication Freedom & Union, and The New Federalist that appeared in the New York Times, August 29, 1950. The advertisement has the effrontery to represent George Washington as advocating the plans of these schemers and propagandists for Union Now, a return of the US. to Britain as a colony.

The true character of the "Union Now" program was dramatically emphasized by a quotation read by Walter Trohan, of the Chicago Tribune, to Sen. Estes Kefauver, one of the conspirators' Presidential candidates, on the American Forum TV program on December 23, 1951, as follows:

"I am now led to devote my life to the reunion of the British Empire . . . "

It was written in 1780 by Benedict Arnold. Trohan slyly suggested that Kefauver's platform is identical with that of Benedict Arnold. And it is also the platform of all of the conspirators' puppet candidates.

All this makes one marvel at the strange people that undertake to represent true, patriotic Americans. With John Foster Dulles, a kinsman, attorney and agent of the Rockefeller Empire as the "bipartisan" dictator of the policies of our government, strange things have come about, and even stranger things can be expected.

As senior member of the law firm of Sullivan and Cromwell, that has played a stellar role in "dollar imperialism", Dulles, and his brother, have profited handsomely from these foreign entanglements.

The roles played in the Rockefeller Empire by the rest of the members of the CFR would make quite as interesting reading, but that will take another book.