Major General J.F.C. Fuller Quote

“[S]ince the substitution of an industrial for the agricultural order of society and the conquest of the industrial by the financial, the government of the Western nations, whether monarchical or republican, had passed into the invisible hands of a plutocracy, international in power and grasp. It was, I venture to suggest, this semioccult power which, automatically, rather than calculatedly, pushed the mass of the American people into the cauldron [of World War I].”

~ Major General J.F.C. Fuller

Decisive Battles of the U.S.A., 1776-1918, (1942) p.396

Ratings and Comments

Matt, London

I think Fuller may be onto something. A retired Marine General Smedly butler said something very similar, are they right?

J Carlton, Calgary

I wonder if his reference to the "semi-occult" was directed towards Zionists. Certainly though, our government is no longer ours, but merely a front for the Globalists however you percieve them.

jim k, Austin,tx

I go along with J Carlton on this.

J Carlton, Calgary

hey Jim K...If you have never seen it, JFK by Oliver Stone is rather enlightening. I can't help but think that the "Coup d Etat" that happened as a result of Kennedy's murder was a major turning point in US history. The war mongers and power brokers have had no opposition since. Check it out, very interesting.

cal, lewisville, tx

There is still no moral reason known why America entered WWI.

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    Anonymous    2/3/11

    Is someone not now stirring the cauldron?

    E Archer, NYC

    "War is a racket." -- Gen. Smedley Butler

    B.C.Mueller, Waterloo/Ont.

    Totally correct. When does the truth about Rudolf Hess come out?

    E Archer, NYC

    Here's a link to the book - pg 396 is in the last chapter -- good read.


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