"Marx wished to deprive capital of the
right to private profit, but the only thing he could think of as a substitute
was the worker's right to private profit.
The trick about Marx's famous
"surplus value" thesis is that it was considered as spoils to be carried off by
the successful merchant from the opponent's stores.
It was not to be
presented to him for nothing.
Class egoism thus became a universal
The laborer not only wanted to do business, he wanted to
corner the whole market.
That is unsocialistic, but it is typically
English." - Oswald Spengler
"President Roosevelt had 72 advisors. 52 were
Jewish, most foreign born." - William Dudley Pelley
"If the experiment for which Roosevelt is
responsible should in any serious degree break down, as a result of the
association with it of a number of eminent Red Zionists there would be an outbreak of
anti-Semitism in the
US more profound than anything Anglo-Saxon Civilization has so far known." -
Professor Harold J. Laski
"Unknown to the Americans
the Jews in the US had collected
huge funds to assist the Jews
of Eastern Europe to reach America.
as a form of government allows ownership of property.
I discovered that the two
largest American-Jewish so-called relief organizations were acting contrary to
the law of the US.
In the US the Hebrew Immigrant's Aid Society (HIAS)
and the American Joint Distribution Committee (JOINT) collected many millions
of dollars, not only from Jews but also from Christian Societies and
individuals, ostensibly to aid Jewish war sufferers in Europe.
this money was used in actual relief work but a large amount was placed in a
revolving fund from which sums were loaned to emigrants to pay their visas and
traveling expenses to America.
They migrated to the US in hundreds of
thousands." - Donald Day
owned by the State which is owned by the people in whole.
In corporatism factions own
assets which are overseen by the State which, in whole, is owned by the
Every corporation is similar to communism in that everything
it owns, assets, are actually owned by its
analysis reveals that state ownership of resources is no better in resource
distribution than individual ownership of resources.
"National unity is the basis of national
Felix Frankfurter, a
rabbi and lawyer, becomes a presidential adviser when
Franklin Delano Roosevelt is
first selected president.
Frankfurter participates in the founding conference of the American Jewish
Congress and attends Harvard Law School
"As the depression deepened, Frankfurter made a more
conscious effort to place his students where their weight would be felt.
A Washington bureau may employ a thousand men, but only a handful are
important - the administrator, the counsel, the economist, the statistician,
the publicity man.
These are the men who influence policy and it was
policy, not jobs, that interested Frankfurter.
important move upon this board was sending Thomas G. Corcoran, one of his
ablest pupils, to a place in the Reconstruction Finance Corporation while
Hoover was President.
Tommy had a flair for public affairs and
a passion for political maneuvering.
New Deal began to
create bureau after bureau and the number of jobs desirable to both Frankfurter
and Corcoran multiplied, Corcoran proceeded to fill them with what Hugh Johnson
called the "happy hot dogs."
Tommy found the places; Frankfurter
produced the recommendations and the Frankfurter boys were in.
them, of course, were lawyers, but many had become economists overnight." -
Felix Frankfurter successfully recommended many bright young
lawyers toward public service with the
New Deal administration,
so many indeed that they became known as "Felix's Happy Hot Dogs."
Later Franklin Delano Roosevelt seated Felix Frankfurter as a Supreme
"I came into the world a Jew, and although I did not live
my life entirely as a Jew, I think it is fitting that I should leave as a Jew."
- Felix Frankfurter
Most of the Soviet
spies arrested by the American government during the
Cold War were
None were more
damaging than the group of spies who passed the secret of the Atom Bomb to the
This group of Communist spies were all
Ashkenazi, from the
ringleaders, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, to the actual scientists working at
the top secret Los Alamos
laboratory, namely David Greenglass and Theodore Hallsberg.
latter actually passed the atomic secrets to the Rosenbergs, who then passed it
onto their Soviet handlers, via their Jewish courier, Harry Gold.
Harry Dexter White, Office of
Monetary Research, Assistant Secretary of the
Treasury; Head of the International Monetary Fund, primary
participant in the
conference and the formation of the International Monetary
Fund and the World
Dexter White was a dedicated internationalist, and his energies were
directed at continuing the alliance with the US$R.
As head of the independently funded Office of Monetary Research, White
was able to hire staff without the normal civil service regulations or
White acted as liaison between the Treasury and
the State Department on all matters bearing on foreign relations.
was responsible for the "management and operation of the Exchange Stabilization
Fund" (ESF) - not subject to any legislative oversight.
The fund began
operations in April 1934, financed by $2 billion of the $2.8 billion paper
profit the government realized from raising the price of gold to $35 an ounce
The act authorized the ESF to use its capital to deal in
gold and foreign exchange to stabilize the exchange value of the
White was the principal architect behind the Morgenthau
June 19, 1947, White abruptly resigned from the International
Monetary Fund, vacating his office the same day.
courier Elizabeth Bentley testified that White was responsible for passing
Treasury plates for printing Allied military marks in occupied Germany to the
White was positively identified by the FBI, through evidence
gathered by the Venona project, as a Soviet source, code named
KGB archivist Vasili Nikitich Mitrokhin lists White as being
first "KASSIR" and later "JURIST".
Alger Hiss, protégé of Felix Frankfurter,
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA), special assistant to the Director
of the Office of Far Eastern Affairs, Director of the Office of Special
Political Affairs State Department, executive secretary at the Dumbarton Oaks
Conference, secretary-general of the United Nations Conference on International
Organization, president of the Carnegie Endowment for
Department of Labor; Department of the Interior
Rosenberg, Board of Economic Warfare; Chief of the Economic Institution
Staff, Foreign Economic Administration; Senate Subcommittee on Civil Liberties;
Senate Committee on Education and Labor; Railroad Retirement Board; Counsel to
the Secretary of the National Labor Relations Board
Adler, New Deal Works Progress Administration's National Research
Project, Treasury Department
Coe, Assistant Director, Monetary Research, Treasury Department;
Special Assistant to the US Ambassador in London; Assistant to the Executive
Director, Board of Economic Warfare; Assistant Administrator, Foreign Economic
Irving Goldman, Office of the
Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs
Perlo, Chief of the Aviation Section of the War Production Board; head
of branch in Research Section, Office of Price Administration Department of
Commerce; Monetary Research, Treasury Department; and finally
Harold Glasser, Director,
Monetary Research, Treasury Department; United Nations Relief and
Rehabilitation Administration; War Production Board; Advisor on North African
Affairs Committee; Treasury Representative to the Allied High Commission in
Charles Kramer (Krevisky), Senate
Subcommittee on War Mobilization; Office of Price Administration; National
Labor Relations Board; Senate Subcommittee on Wartime Health and Education;
Agricultural Adjustment Administration; Senate Subcommittee on Civil Liberties;
Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee; Democratic National
George Perazich, Foreign Economic
Administration; United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
Donald Niven Wheeler,
Department of Agriculture, Treasury Department,
Office of Strategic Services
(OSS) Research and Analysis division
Silvermaster, Chief Planning Technician, Procurement Division, Treasury
Department; Chief Economist, War Assets Administration; Director of the Labor
Division, Farm Security Administration; Board of Economic Warfare;
Reconstruction Finance Corporation Department of Commerce
Norman Chandler Bursler, Department of Justice Anti-Trust
Lauchlin Currie, Administrative
Assistant to President Roosevelt; Deputy Administrator of Foreign Economic
Administration; Special Representative to China
Gold, Assistant Head of Program Surveys, Bureau of Agricultural
Economics, Agriculture Department; Senate Subcommittee on War Mobilization;
Office of Economic Programs in Foreign Economic Administration
Sonia Steinman Gold, Treasury Department, Monetary Research;
House of Representatives Select Committee on Interstate Migration; Bureau of
Irving Kaplan, Foreign Funds
Control Division of Monetary Research, Foreign Economic Administration,
Treasury Department; chief advisor to the Military Government of Germany
George Silverman, Chief Production Specialist,
Material Division, Army Air Forces Air Staff, War Department, Pentagon
William Henry Taylor, Assistant Director of the
Middle East Monetary Research, Treasury Department
William Ullman, delegate United Nations Charter meeting and
Bretton Woods conference; Monetary Research, Treasury Department; Material and
Services Division, Air Corps Headquarters,
Edward Fitzgerald, War Production Board
Charles S. Flato, Board of Economic Warfare; Civil Liberties
Subcommittee, Senate Committee on Education and Labor
Michael Greenberg, Board of Economic Warfare; Administrative
Division, Enemy Branch, Foreign Economic Administration; Department of
Henry Samuel Magdoff, Chief of the Control
Records Section of War Production Board and Office of Emergency Management;
Bureau of Research and Statistics, WTB; Tools Division, War Production Board;
Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, US Department of Commerce; Statistics
Division Works Progress Administration
Miller, Chinese Government Purchasing Commission
Robert Miller, Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American
Affairs; Near Eastern Division
Ezra Moscrip, Nuclear Physicist who worked on
the Manhattan Project
Willard Park, Assistant
Chief of the Economic Analysis Section, Office of the Coordinator of
Inter-American Affairs; United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation
Gerald Graze, Civil Service
Julius Joseph, Far Eastern
section (Japanese Intelligence) Office of Strategic Services
Duncan Lee, counsel to
General William Joseph "Wild
Bill" Donovan, head of Office of
Bernice Levin, Office of
Emergency Management; Office of Production Management
Bernard Redmont, head of the Foreign News Bureau Office of the
Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs
Remington, War Production Board; Office of Emergency
Andrew Roth, Office of Naval
Service, Foreign Service (China)
Halperin, Chief of Latin American Division, Research and Analysis
section, Office of Strategic Services; United States Department of
William Taylor, Assistant Director of
Monetary Research, Treasury Department
Tenney, Office of Strategic Services
Tenney, Balkan Division Office of Strategic Services
Arthur Gerald Steinberg, Office of Scientific Research and
Michael Whitney Straight,
speechwriter for President Franklin Roosevelt
John Abt, Agricultural Adjustment
Administration (AAA) and other New Deal programs
Department, testified against Alger Hiss
Collins, National Recovery
Administration; Department of Agriculture
Weyl, Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA)
William Ward Pigman, National Bureau of Standards; Labor and
Public Welfare Committee
Department of Agriculture; Works Progress Administration;
General Counsel Congress
of Industrial Organizations (CIO)
Reno, mathematician at US Army Aberdeen Proving Ground
Flora Wovschin, Office of War
Julia Older, Office of Strategic
Services; Office of War Information
Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs; Board of Economic Warfare;
Department of the Interior
Army Signals Security
Viktor Vasilevish Sveshchnikov, War
Thomas Arthur Bisson, World War II
Board of Economic Warfare (BEW),
of Pacific Relations (IPR), founding editorial board member of
Owen Lattimore, director of Pacific
Operations for the Office of War Information, political advisor to Chiang
Frederick Vanderbilt Field, Institute of
Pacific Relations, American Peace Mobilization (APM)
OSS agents break into the New York offices of Amerasia where
they find hundreds of classified documents from the Department of State, the
Navy, and the OSS.
June 1945 Six people
associated with the magazine Amerasia are arrested by the FBI and accused of
espionage on behalf of the Chinese Communists.
Philip Jaffe and Emanuel
Larsen are convicted of unauthorized possession of government
1946 Tydings Committee begins
investigating Amerasia case.
Internal Security Subcommittee requests declassification of Amerasia
1970 Senate Internal Security
Subcommittee publishes a two-volume report, The Amerasia Papers: A Clue
to the Catastrophe of China.
It ascribed the communist revolution
in China in part to the Communist sympathies of the Chinese policy experts in
the Foreign Service, known as the "China Hands".
China Hands, Foreign
Service Officers of the Department of State led by John Stewart Service and
Owen Lattimore included: John Paton Davies, Jr.; John Carter Vincent; O. Edmund
Clubb; John K. Fairbank; Philip A. Kuhn; Theodore White; Raymond P. Ludden;
John F. Melby; Edgar Snow.
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