Theodore RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt, (1858-1919) 26th US President

Theodore Roosevelt Quote

“Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people. To destroy this invisible government, to befoul the unholy alliance between corrupt business and corrupt politics is the first task of the statesmanship of the day.”

Theodore RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt
~ Theodore Roosevelt

Ratings and Comments

Cal, lewisville, TX

Good words until he pushed for the 16th ammendment and the Federal Reserve.

Sailorswind, Cadillac

They're called Bankers.

J Carlton, Calgary

And the way to destroy the "unholy alliance" is to abolish the Federal reserve and all Central banks.

J Carlton, Calgary

Cal, the Fed was brought in in 1913 under Wilson.

R.Donaldson, Bonita Springs Fl.

I recall reading a book by H.S. Kennan about 1962
that well describes how a rep. from the house of Rothchild wormed the Fed. Reserve into our fiancial structure in about 1913 ... That was the beginning of the end for th U.S.A.'s fiancial independence......

Mike, Norwalk

Not shooting the messenger (most of what actually passed as law during his day was antithetical to the above quote), very accurate.

E Archer, NYC

He is talking about the Rothschild banking dynasty. They own/control nearly every country except those troublesome middle eastern countries that issue their own money interest-free -- yes, all the countries the US military is currently bombing. But pay attention to Russia which has managed to kick out the Rothschild banks and is returning to productivity. That was definitely NOT part of the Rothschild plan. Right now, Russia is less communistic than the US. Will Americans ever learn?

J Carlton, Calgary

E Archer.
What can you tell me about the Russian purge of the banking parasites? I had not heard this.

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Mary-MI    1/11/13

Good Old Theodore Was Part and Parcel Of The Corruption!


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