NELSON ALDRICH (1841-1915)
Senator from Rhode Island; head of National Monetary Commission;
his daughter Abby Aldrich married John D. Rockefeller, Jr.; he
became the grandfather of his namesake. Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller,
as well as the present David Rockefeller and Laurence Rockefeller.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN (1860-1925)
Woodrow Wilson's Secretary of State, three times losing presidential
candidate of the Democratic Party, in 1896, 1900, and 1908, and
head of the Democratic Party.
ALFRED OWEN CROZIER (1863-1939)
A prominent attorney in Grand Rapids, Cincinnati, and New York,
Crozier wrote eight books on legal and monetary problems, focussing
on his opposition to the supplanting of Constitutional money
by the corporation currency printed by private firms for their
CLARENCE DILLON (1882-1979)
Born in San Antonio, Texas, son of Samuel Dillon and Bertha Lapowitz.
Harvard, 1905. Married Anne Douglass of Milwaukee. His son, C.
Douglas Dillon (later Secretary of the Treasury, 1961-65) was
born in Geneva, Switzerland in 1909 while they were abroad. Dillon
met William A. Read, founder of the Wall Street bond broker William
A. Read and Company, through introduction by Harvard classmate
William A. Phillips in 1912 and Dillon joined Read's Chicago
office in that year. He moved to New York in 1914. Read died
in 1916, and Dillon bought a majority interest in the firm. During
World War 1, Bernard Baruch, chairman of the War Industries Board,
(known as the Czar of American industry) asked Dillon to be assistant
chairman of the War Industries Board. In 1920, William A. Read
& Company name was changed to Dillon, Read & Company.
Dillon was director of American Foreign Securities Corporation,
which he had set up in 1915 to finance the French Government's
purchases of munitions in the United States. His righthand man
at Dillon Read, James Forrestal, became Secretary of the Navy,
later Secretary of Defense, and died under mysterious circumstances
at a Federal hospital. In 1957, Fortune Magazine listed Dillon
as one of the richest men in the United States, with a fortune
then estimated to be from $150 to $200 million.
ALAN GREENSPAN (1926- )
Appointed by President Reagan to succeed Paul Volcker as Chairman
of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in 1987.
Greenspan had succeeded Herbert Stein as chairman of the President's
Council of Economic
Advisors in 1974. He was the protégé of former
chairman of the Board of Governors, Arthur Burns of Austria (Bernstein).
Burns was a monetarist representing the Rothschild's Viennese
School of Economics, which manifested its influence in England
through the Royal Colonial Society, a front for Rothschilds and
other English bankers who stashed their profits from the world
drug trade in the Hong Kong Shanghai Bank. The staff economist
for the Royal Colonial Society was Alfred Marshall, inventor
of the monetarist theory, who, as head of the Oxford Group, became
the patron of Wesley Clair Mitchell, who founded the National
Bureau of Economic Research for the Rockefellers in the United
States. Mitchell, in turn, became the patron of Arthur Burns
and Milton Friedman, whose theories are now the power techniques
of Greenspan at the Federal Reserve Board. Greenspan is also
the protégé of Ayn Rand, a weirdo who interposed
her sexual affairs with guttural commands to be selfish. Rand
was also the patron of CIA propagandist William Buckeley and
the National Review. Greenspan was director of major Wall Street
firms such as J.P. Morgan Co., Morgan Guaranty Trust (the American
bank for the Soviets after the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917),
Brookings Institution, Bowery Savings Bank, the Dreyfus Fund,
General Foods, and Time, Inc. Greenspan's most impressive achievement
was as chairman of the National Commission on Social Security
from 1981-1983. He juggled figures to convince the public that
Social Security was bankrupt, when in fact it had an enormous
surplus. These figures were then used to fasten onto American
workers a huge increase in Social Security withholding tax, which
invoked David Ricardo's economic dictum of the iron law of wages,
that workers could only be paid a subsistence wage, and any funds
beyond that must be extorted from them forcibly by tax increases.
As a partner of J.P. Morgan Co. since 1977, Greenspan represented
the unbroken line of control of the Federal Reserve System by
the firms represented at the secret meeting on Jekyll Island
in 1910, where Henry P. Davison, righthand man of J.P. Morgan,
was a key figure in the drafting of the Federal Reserve Act.
Within days of taking over as chairman of the Federal Reserve
Board, Greenspan immediately raised the interest rate on Sept.
4, 1987, the first such increase in three years of general prosperity,
and precipitated the stock market crash of Oct., 1987, Black
Monday, when the Dow Jones average plunged 508 points. Under
Greenspan's direction, the Federal Reserve Board has steadily
nudged the United States deeper and deeper into recession, without
a word of criticism from the complaisant members of Congress.
COLONEL EDWARD MANDELL HOUSE (1858-1938)
Son of a Rothschild agent in Texas. Succeeded in electing five
consecutive governors of Texas; became Woodrow Wilson's advisor
in 1912. Cooperated with Paul Warburg to get the Federal Reserve
Act passed by Congress in 1913.
ROBERT MARION LAFOLLETTE (1855-1925)
Served in Senate from Wisconsin 1905-25. Led agrarian reformers
in opposing Eastern bankers and their plans for the Federal Reserve
Act. Ran for President in 1924 on Progressive-Socialist ticket.
CHARLES AUGUSTUS LINDBERGH, SR. (1860-1924)
Congressman from Minnesota (1907-1917) who led the fight against
enactment of the Federal Reserve Act in 1913. He served until
1917 when he resigned to run for governor of Minnesota. He ran
a good campaign despite adverse newspaper attacks led by The
New York Times. His campaign was adversely affected when Federal
agents burned his books, including Why Is Your Country At War?
and the papers and contents of his home office in Little Falls,
LOUIS T. McFADDEN (1876-1936)
Congressman and Chairman of the House Banking and Currency Committee,
1927-33; courageously opposed the manipulators of the Federal
Reserve System in the 1920's and the 1930's. Introduced bills
to impeach Federal Reserve Board of Governors and allied officials.
After three attempts on his life, he died mysteriously.
JOHN PIERPONT MORGAN (1837-1913)
Considered the dominant American financier at the turn of the
century. Who's Who in 1912 stated he "controls over 50,000
miles of railroads in the United States." Organized United
States Steel Corporation. Became representative of House of Rothschild
through his father, Junius S. Morgan, who had become London partner
of George Peabody & Company, later Junius S. Morgan Company,
a Rothschild agent. John Pierpont Morgan, Jr. succeeded his father
as head of the Morgan empire.
DAVID MULLINS (1946- )
Appointed Governor of the Federal Reserve Board May 21, 1990,
David Mullins' term runs to Jan. 31, 1996. He was recently nominated
to serve as Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, and served
as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance 1988-90,
receiving the department's highest award, the Alexander Hamilton
Award, for his service in such programs as synthetic fuels, federal
finance, Farm Credit Assistance Board, and author of the President's
Plan for rescuing the savings and loan institutions. He is a
distant cousin of the author, descended from John Mullins, the
first recorded settler in the western area of Virginia, hero
of the battle of King's Mountain, and recipient of a 200 acre
grant of land for his service in the American Revolution.
WRIGHT PATMAN (1893-1976)
Congressman and Chairman of the House Banking and Currency Committee
1963-74. Led the fight in Congress to stop the manipulators of
the Federal Reserve System from 1937 to his death in 1976.
CONGRESSMAN ARSENE PUJO
Served in Congress 1903-1913. Democrat from Louisiana. Chairman
of House Banking and Currency Committee. Chairman of "Pujo
Hearings" Subcommittee, 1912.
SIR GORDON RICHARDSON (1915- )
Head of the Bank of England since 1973. Chairman J. Henry Schroder
Wagg, London, 1962-72; director of J. Henry Schroder Banking
Corporation, New York; Schroder Banking Corporation, New York;
Lloyd's Bank, London; Rolls Royce.
JACOB SCHIFF (1847-1920)
Born in Rothschild house in Frankfurt, Germany. Emigrated to
United States, married Therese Loeb, daughter of Solomon Loeb,
founder of Kuhn, Loeb and Co. Schiff became senior partner of
Kuhn, Loeb and Co., and as representative of Rothschild interests
gained control of most of railway mileage in United States.
BARON KURT VON SCHRODER (1889- )
Adolph Hitler's personal banker, advanced funds for Hitler's
accession to power in Germany in 1933; German representative
of the London and New York branches of J. Henry Schroder Banking
Corporation; SS Senior Group Leader; director of all German subsidiaries
of I.T.T; Himmler's Circle of Friends; advisor to board of directors,
Deutsche Reichsbank (German central bank).
ANTHONY MORTON SOLOMON (1919- )
Educated at Harvard, economist Office of Price Administration,
1941-42; financial mission to Iran, 1942-46; Agency for international
Development South America, 1965-69; president international Investment
Corporation for Yugoslavia 1969-72; advisor to Chairman, Ways
and Means Committee, House of Representatives, 1972-73; Undersecretary
Monetary Affairs, U.S. Treasury, 1977-80; president Federal Reserve
Bank of New York, 1980-
SAMUEL UNTERMYER (1858-1940)
A partner of the law firm of Guggenheimer and Untermyer of New
York, who conducted the "Pujo Hearings" of the House
Banking and Currency Committee in 1912. Counsel for Rogers and
Rockefeller in many large suits against F. Augustus Heinze, Thomas
W Lawson and others. Earned a single fee of $775,000 for handling
merger of Utah Copper Company. Reported in The New York Times
May 26, 1924 as urging immediate recognition of Soviet Russia
at Carnegie Hall meeting. Untermyer's prestige and power is illustrated
by the fact that this front page obituary in The New York Times
covered six columns. His listing in Who's Who was the longest
for thirteen years.
FRANK VANDERLIP (1864-1937)
Assistant Secretary of Treasury 1897-1901; won prestige for financing
Spanish American War by floating $200,000,000 in bonds during
his incumbency for what is known as "National City Bank's
War" President of National City Bank 1909-19. One of the
original Jekyll Island group who wrote Federal Reserve Act in
November, 1910. No mention of this important fact is made in
extensive obituary in The New York Times, June 30, 1937.
GEORGE SYLVESTER VIERECK (1884-1962)
Author of the definitive study The Strangest Friendship in History,
Woodrow Wilson and Col. House, Liveright, 1932. A leading poet
of the early 1900's, reviewed on the front page of The New York
Times Book Review, and known as the leading German-American citizen
of the United States.
PAUL VOLCKER (1927- )
Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors since 1979,
appointed by President Carter, reappointed by President Reagan
for another four year term beginning August 6, 1983. Educated
at Princeton, Harvard and London School of Economics; employed
by Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 1952-57; Chase Manhattan
Bank, 1957-61; Treasury Department, 1961-74; president Federal
Reserve Bank of New York, 1975-79.
PAUL WARBURG (1868-1932)
Conceded to be the actual author of our central bank plan, the
Federal Reserve System, by knowledgeable authorities. Emigrated
to the United States from Germany 1904; partner, Kuhn Loeb and
Company bankers, New York; naturalized 1911. Member of the original
Federal Reserve Board of Governors, 1914-1918; president Federal
Advisory Council, 1918-1928. Brother of Max Warburg, who was
head of German Secret Service during World War I and who represented
Germany at the Peace Conference, 1918-1919, while Paul was chairman
of the Federal Reserve System.
SIR WILLIAM WISEMAN (1885-1962)
Partner of Kuhn, Loeb and Company; head of British Secret Service
during World War I. Worked closely with Col. House dominating
the United States and England.