None Dare Call It Conspiracy by Gary Allen with Larry Abraham, first published in 1971 or 1972, is a relatively short book about the “communist” conspiracy.
o those who have studied this topic, one is unlikely to find anything new. It is apparent that the author is targeting those who are unfamiliar with the subject but have noticed something is wrong with society and are open-minded to the possibilities typically not covered by mainstream media and history.
Given the targeted audience, the text is plainly written and the author tries to appeal to the reader’s commonsense, sometimes using analogies. The discussion is also deliberately narrow for the sake of brevity, by focusing on the so-called international bankers’ activities and influence which is merely “one segment of the conspiracy”.
In short, the international bankers such as the Rothschilds and their agents—which the author simplistically refers to as “Insiders”—funded both sides of wars, the communist revolution in Russia, and have continued to obtain and maintain control of the world through their think tanks and other similar organizations.
Below are a few key points, not intended as a summary.
Chapter 1: Don’t Confuse Me with Facts discusses the difference between the “accidental” view of history versus the “conspiratorial” view of history. Events that consistently move towards a certain point cannot be merely accidental.
Chapter 2: Socialism – Royal Road to Power for the Super-Rich first discusses the definition of communism which, in case one hasn’t noticed, is deliberately unclear. For the sake of discussion, the author gives the following:
Communism: AN INTERNATIONAL, CONSPIRATORIAL DRIVE FOR POWER ON THE PART OF MEN IN HIGH PLACES WILLING TO USE ANY MEANS TO BRING ABOUT THEIR DESIRED AIM—GLOBAL CONQUEST.
Communism is not about helping the so-called downtrodden, not even in their own writing:
Thus we have the American people: anti-Communist, but unable to define it, and anti-Socialist, but thinking it is inevitable. How did Marx view Communism? How important is “the inevitability of Communism” to the Communists? What do the Communists want you to believe is inevitable, Communism or Socialism? If you study Marx’ Communist Manifesto you will find that in essence Marx said the proletarian revolution would establish the SOCIALIST dictatorship of the proletariat. To achieve the SOCIALIST dictatorship of the proletariat, three things would have to be accomplished: (1) The elimination of all right to private property; (2) The dissolution of the family unit; and (3) Destruction of what Marx referred to as the “opiate of the people,” religion.
The author goes on to describe the general state of the US government to consolidate power. I think the author can better define his terms for the sake of discussion, but his basic point is that it doesn’t matter what one calls it or which parties are participating in government if it is ultimately controlled (funded) by the same small group of people. This, of course, is the aim of these conspirators.
Chapter 3: The Money Manipulators emphasizes the importance of monetary control. The author references economics Professor Stuart Crane who
…notes that there are two means used to collateralize loans to governments and kings. Whenever a business firm borrows big money, its creditor obtains a voice in management to protect his investment. Like a business, no government can borrow big money unless willing to surrender to the creditor some measure of sovereignty as collateral. Certainly, international bankers who have loaned hundreds of billions of dollars to governments around the world command considerable influence in the policies of such governments.
But the ultimate advantage the creditor has over the king or president is that if the ruler gets out of line, the banker can finance his enemy or rival. Therefore, if you want to stay in the lucrative king-financing business, it is wise to have an enemy or rival waiting in the wings to unseat every king or president to whom you lend. If the king doesn’t have an enemy, you must create one.
The author mentions, amongst other things, the Federal Reserve Act which was passed by stealth:
Taking advantage of Congress’ desire to adjourn for Christmas, the Federal Reserve Act was passed on December 22, 1913 by a vote of 298 to 60 in the House, and in the Senate by a majority of 43 to 25. Wilson had fulfilled to the Insiders the pledge he had made in order to become President. Warburg told House, “Well, it hasn’t got quite everything we want, but the lack can be adjusted later by administrative process.”
The graduated income tax is, of course, part of the Communist Manifesto and simply grabs money from the middle class whilst the conspirators have exemptions.
Chapter Four: Bankrolling the Bolshevik Revolution reminds the reader that the Bolsheviks were not a great influence just before the so-called revolution.
But where were Lenin and Trotsky when all this was taking place? Lenin was in Switzerland and had been in Western Europe since 1905 when he was exiled for trying to topple the Czar in the abortive communist revolution of that year. Trotsky also was in exile, a reporter for a communist newspaper on the lower east side of New York City. The Bolsheviks were not a visible political force at the time the Czar abdicated. And they came to power not because the downtrodden masses of Russia called them back, but because very powerful men in Europe and the United States sent them in.
Lenin was sent across Europe-at-war on the famous “sealed train.” With him, Lenin took some $5 to $6 million in gold. The whole thing was arranged by the German high command and Max Warburg, through another very wealthy and lifelong socialist by the name of Alexander Helphand, alias “Parvus.” When Trotsky left New York aboard the S.S. Christiania, on March 27, 1917, with his entourage of 275 revolutionaries, the first port of call was Halifax, Nova Scotia. There the Canadians grabbed Trotsky and his money and impounded them both. This was a very logical thing for the Canadian government to do, for Trotsky had said many times that if he were successful in coming to power in Russia he would immediately stop what he called the “imperialist war” and sue for a separate peace with Germany. This would free millions of German troops for transfer from the Eastern front to the Western front where they could kill Canadians. So Trotsky cooled his heels in a Canadian prison for five days. Then all of a sudden the British (through future Kuhn, Loeb partner Sir William Wiseman) and the United States (through none other than the ubiquitous “Colonel” House) pressured the Canadian government. And, despite the fact we were now in the war, said, in so many words, “Let Trotsky go.” Thus, with an American passport, Trotsky went back to meet Lenin. They joined up, and, by November, through bribery, cunning, brutality and deception, they were able (not to bring the masses rallying to their cause but) to hire enough thugs and make enough deals to impose out of the gun barrel what Lenin called “all power to the Soviets.” The Communists came to power by seizing a mere handful of key cities. In fact, practically the whole Bolshevik Revolution took place in one city—Petrograd.
Chapter Five: Establishing the Establishment highlights the role of think tanks and other similar organizations such as the Bilderberg and Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) which operate on the funding of the bankers and in secrecy.
Chapter Six: The Rockefellers and the Reds elaborates further the bankers’ support of the communists in Russia, not only regarding the revolution but afterwards. The Soviet economy was practically non-existent and the people starved. Without significant financial, material and technological support from the US during the 1930s, the Soviet regime would have collapsed.
Wherever Standard Oil would go, Chase National Bank was sure to follow. (The Rockefeller’s Chase Bank was later merged with the Warburg’s Manhattan Bank to form the present Chase Manhattan Bank.) In order to rescue the Bolsheviks, who were supposedly an archenemy, the Chase National Bank was instrumental in establishing the American-Russian Chamber of Commerce in 1922. President of the Chamber was Reeve Schley, a vice-president of Chase National Bank. (Ibid, Vol.11, p.288) According to Professor Sutton: “In 1925, negotiations between Chase and Prombank extended beyond the finance of raw materials and mapped out a complete program for financing Soviet raw material exports to the U.S. and imports of U.S. cotton and machinery. (Ibid, Vol.11, p.226) Sutton also reports that Chase National Bank and the Equitable Trust Company were leaders in the Soviet credit business.” (Ibid, p.277)
This support, of course, continued during WWII and beyond in varying forms and degrees. The author does not bother discussing WWII as that was obvious but jumps into trade agreements of the 1960s with the communist states.
A machine gun is still considered strategic and therefore may not be shipped to the Communists, but the tools for making the machine guns and the chemicals to propel the bullets have been declared “non-strategic.” Meanwhile, nearly 50,000 Americans have died in Vietnam. The Viet Cong and North Vietnamese receive 85 percent of their war materials from Russia and the Soviet bloc nations.
Chapter Seven: Pressure from Above and Pressure from Below first discusses some of the actions of the Nixon administration, including monetary control. The author mentions that the communist aim is a “world superstate”, also referred to as the “new world order”, words which Nixon has used.
The American middle class is being squeezed to death by a vise. In the streets we have avowed revolutionary groups such as the Students for a Democratic Society (which was started by the League for Industrial Democracy, a group with strong C.F.R. ties), the Black Panthers, the Yippies, the Young Socialist Alliance. These groups chant that if we don't "change" America, we will lose it. "Change" is a word we hear over and over. By "change" these groups mean Socialism. Virtually all members of these groups sincerely believe that they are fighting the Establishment. In reality they are an indispensible ally of the Establishment in fastening Socialism on all of us. The naive radicals think that under Socialism the "people" will run everything. Actually, it will be a clique of Insiders in total control, consolidating and controlling all wealth. That is why these schoolboy Lenins and teenage Trotskys are allowed to roam free and are practically never arrested or prosecuted. They are protected. If the Establishment wanted the revolutionaries stopped, how long do you think they would be tolerated?
The radicals make a commotion in the streets while the Limousine Liberals at the top in New York and Washington are Socializing us.
Chapter Eight: You are the Answer is in essence the author’s call to action. Although “they control important parts of the federal government, high finance and the mass media”, they don’t control every individual and the “one thing these conspirators cannot survive is exposure”.
However, the author also admits the obvious, that enough of the population needs to be aware of the conspiracy to defeat. Today, in 2023, the lack of awareness is still a problem.
Interestingly, the author does list some warnings or “signposts” regarding the progression to totalitarianism by historian Dr Warren Carroll and Yugoslavian refugee Mike Djordjevich. The list is not in any particular order and keep in mind this was over 50 years ago.
Fourteen Signposts to Slavery
1. Restrictions on taking money out of the country and on the establishment or retention of a foreign bank account by an American citizen.
2. Abolition of private ownership of hand guns.
3. Detention of individuals without judicial process.
4. Requirements that private financial transactions be keyed to social security numbers or other government identification so that government records of these transactions can be kept and fed into a computer.
5. Use of compulsory education laws to forbid attendance at presently existing private schools.
6. Compulsory non-military service.
7. Compulsory psychological treatment for non-government workers or public school children.
8. An official declaration that anti-communist organizations are subversive and subsequent legal action taken to suppress them.
9. Laws limiting the number of people allowed to meet in a private home.
10. Any significant change in passport regulations to make passports more difficult to obtain or use.
11.Wage and price controls, especially in a non-wartime situation.
12. Any kind of compulsory registration with the government of where individuals work.
13. Any attempt to restrict freedom of movement within the United States.
14. Any attempt to make a new major law by executive decree (that is, actually put into effect, not merely authorized as by existing executive orders.)
As you are no doubt aware, President Nixon already has invoked numbers 1, 11 and 14. Steps 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 12 and 13 already have been proposed and some are actively campaigned for by organized groups. As of January 1, 1972 banks must report to the government any deposit or withdrawal over $5,000. The next step will be to restrict the taking of money out of the country. Big Brother is watching your bank account!
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