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Jabotinsky, Israel, Milner and Rhodes

Post by Firestarter » Sat Jun 29, 2019 4:40 pm

Another excellent article from the EIR of the late Lyndon LaRouche...

Firestarter wrote:
Sun Jul 02, 2017 4:37 pm
The Russian Zionist leader Vladimir Jabotinsky arrived in Turkey shortly after the Young Turks seized power, to become editor of the paper “The Young Turk”.
The paper was owned by a member of the Turkish cabinet, but funded by the Russian Zionist federation, and managed by B'nai B'rith.
The editorial policy of the paper was dictated by the Dutch Jacob Kann - personal banker to the Dutch Queen Wilhelmina and Prince Hendrik.
It shows that Vladimir “Ze’ev” Jabotinsky (1880-1940) wasn´t only involved with the Young Turks revolution that destroyed the Ottoman Empire, but also one of the founders of Israel.

Leo Stennett Amery was affiliated with some of the most notorious British imperialists, notably: Alfred Milner (Viscount Milner, Knight of the Garter in 1921) Rhodes’ mentor; and enemy of the American republic Cecil John Rhodes.
Milner, who ran Rhodes’ secret society, was central to the secret cabal. This elite group included:
The Venetian Cecil family;
Several banking institutions, including Lazard Frères;
The British royal family.

When he was at Oxford, Amery founded a branch of the Fabian Society and became close to Sidney and Beatrice Webb.
Amery joined the board of directors of the Rhodes’ Trust in 1919 and was its chairman from 1933 until his death in 1955.
Amery joined Milner as an undersecretary at the War Cabinet, where he first met both Jabotinsky and Chaim Weizmann.

When in 1919 Milner became Secretary of State for the Colonies, Amery became his Under-Secretary.
In 1922, he joined the Privy Council and was made First Lord of the Admiralty.
In 1924, he became Colonial Secretary
From 1925 to 1929, Amery was Dominions Secretary, which put him in charge of the Palestine Mandate.

A 1917 entry in Beatrice Webb’s diary describes Milner’s plans for WW II:
There is a vivid movement, guided by Milner and served by Amery, to prepare for another war, to complete the ruin of Germany and the domination of the British Empire. This gang of Power worshippers are running down the Russian revolution and minimising the entry of the U.S.A as one of the belligerents.
They are bent on maintaining a ruling caste of a ruling race: they fear and despise democracy. Any aspirations towards self-government among British subjects, who do not already possess it, is sedition to be put down by machine guns and plentiful hangings.

On the evening in 1918 that the Balfour Declaration was passed, devised by Milner and Amery, John Henry Patterson was having dinner with other luminaries at Weizmann´s home.
Patterson and Amery later created the Jewish Legion, for which Jabotinsky was the organiser and spokesman.
In 1925, Jabotinsky broke from the World Zionist Organization to create Revisionist Zionism that supported Hitler and Mussolini. Patterson kept supporting Jabotinsky.

In August 1935, more than a year after Hitler’s “Night of the Long Knives”, Amery met Hitler. to advice him on how to run the German economy to the ground:
At 10.45 the big open car, familiar to cinema visitors, arrived and K., myself and Dr. Schmidt, another expert from von Ribbentrop’s office, ... drove through Berchtesgaden up the winding road to Obersalzberg.
We were welcomed by a burly brown shirt ADC, like a jollier Göring, and then taken on to a veranda where Hitler met us and took us in to a room opening out on to it. He didn’t waste much time on compliments but got on to high politics at once. What I was chiefly interested in was his outlook on the European problem generally. On this he talked what seemed to me vigorous commonsense.

Amery was in frequent communication with and advised MI5 agent Benito Mussolini.
Amery also met Hitler’s chief economic adviser, Montagu Norman’s good friend, Minister Hjalmar Schacht, several times. Schacht told Amery’s friend and collaborator, Lord Lothian, that the British wouldn’t allow Germany back her colonies
Lord Lothian also met Hitler, even as late as May 1937.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt planned to dismantle the British Empire after the end of WW II.
Amery’s response is shown in a 26 August 1942 letter to Robert Arthur James Gascoyne-Cecil, Fifth Marques of Salisbury (who became a Knight of the Garter in 1947), Secretary of State for the British Colonies:
After all, smashing Hitler is only a means to the essential end of preserving the British Empire and all it stands for in the World.
It will be no consolation to suggest that Hitler should be replaced by Stalin, Chiang Kai-Shek or even an American President if we cease to exercise our power and influence in the world. What I think is needed to-day more than anything else is a vigorous reaffirmation of our faith in our destiny as an Empire ..., regarding the war merely as a step in that process.
President Roosevelt suddenly died on 12 April 1945...

Ze’ev Jabotinsky and Chaim Weizmann (1874-1952), Israel’s first president, were instruments of Lord Alfred Milner and Leo Stennett Amery. Jabotinsky became the patron-saint of Israel’s Likud party.
Jabotinsky and Weizmann were used to secure British rule over Palestine as part of the 1916 Sykes-Picot agreements.
Every Likud prime minister in Israel has promoted the Zionist policies of Jabotinsky. The father of current Likud leader and prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, was Jabotinsky’s personal secretary.

Steven P. Meyer – How British Imperialists Created the Fascist Jabotinsky (2009): ... tinsky.pdf
(archived here: ... tinsky.pdf)
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The Round Table

Post by Firestarter » Fri Jul 12, 2019 4:07 pm

I’ve looked for more information on the Round Table, a.k.a. Milner’s Kindergarten, Rhodes crowd, Chatham House crowd and Cliveden set, which was involved in orchestrating the Young Turks Coup in the Ottoman Empire, the Bolshevik revolution, the first and second World War and founding Israel…
The Round Table model was copied for the RIIA, CFR, Bilderberg Group, Club of Rome, Trilateral Commission, and the World Economic Forum - with the elite gathering in exclusive conferences financed by big corporations to discuss grand geopolitical schemes.

I first specifically looked for Carroll Quigley –The Anglo-American Establishment: From Rhodes to Cliveden, 20.7 MB (1949): ... shment.pdf

Unfortunately Quigley’s is no masterpiece. It presents some of the elite people that were supposedly involved, but not what they were actually doing. This shouldn’t be a surprise as Quigley himself admitted that he supports the goals of the “Round Table”.
I found the following article, long but much shorter than Quigley´s book, much better (link at the bottom).

In the late 1890s, the Rhodes Scholarship was founded by Cecil Rhodes and Alfred Milner (KG). Rhodes was motivated to do this by Astley Cooper (an ally of Stead) and Thomas Beare.

Since 1891, secret meetings in all British dominions of its senior members were presided over by: Rhodes, Milner, the Earl of Selborne (William Palmer, KG 1909), Patrick Duncan, Jan Smuts, Lord Lothian and Lord Brand.

From 1891 to 1902, Rhodes was the leader of the “Round Table”.
From 1902 to 1925, Milner was its leader in South Africa, with Philip Kerr (Lord Lothian) and Lionel Curtis amongst its most influential members.
It was Milner, who established the Kindergarten for young Oxford graduates that were deeply committed to Britsh imperialism, who had served Britain during and after the Boer War in South Africa (1899–1902).
When Milner’s Kindergarten returned to Britain in 1909, it was Milner’s vision that decided on its goals (instead of that of Cecil Rhodes).

This group included:
J.F. (Peter) Perry, Lionel Curtis, Hugh Wyndham, Patrick Duncan,
Geoffrey Robinson (who named himself “Dawson” in 1917), Philip Kerr (Lord Lothian),
Lionel Hichens, Richard Feetham and Robert H. Brand.

Alfred Milner spent his early years in Germany and moved to England in 1869. In 1881, Milner became a journalist for the Pall Mall Gazette where he worked with William Stead and where H.G. Wells later got his first job (with the help of Thomas Huxley).
Stead was a Theosophist and had met Madame Blavatsky in London in 1888.
Milner met "initiates" Lord Rosebery (Archibald Primrose, KG 1892), George Parkin and Lord Esher.
Milner renewed his acquaintance with Sidney and Beatrice Webb, founders of the Fabian Society. Alfred Milner also joined 2 “dining clubs”, devoted to imperial unity and tariff reform: the "Coefficients" and the "Compatriots". The Coefficients were founded by Sidney Webb in 1902, met monthly to discuss defense, imperial issues and the economy. The Compatriots were established by Leo Amery and concerned itself with tariff reform and imperial unity. Amery was a journalist, who became associated with Milner while working for the Times during the Boer War.

Starting in 1920, Lord Astor took a more dominant position in this group.
From 1925 to 1940, Lord Lothian was its leader.
Since 1940, Lord Robert Henry Brand was probably its leader (according to Quigley).

Other important families in this group:
Salisbury - Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury (KG 1878). The Cecil family features handsomely in the Order of the Garet, including Robert Arthur James Gascoyne-Cecil, 5th Marquess of Salisbury (KG 1947).
William Cavendish-Bentinck , the Duke of Devonshire (KG 1916).

Other important names affililiated with the Round Table include:
Arthur Balfour, Winston Churchill, and Nathaniel Rothschild

Curtis frequently clashed with Milner and Amery on the grand scheme of things. While Curtis put his faith in a political solution, Milner pushed for free trade amongst British dominions but with a common tariff against the rest of the world to bring the “Commonwealth” of countries closes together.
Leo Amery argued that Curtis’s proposals would be: "constitutional hari-kari to sacrifice the British system of government in order to establish an imperial union based on the US federal system”.

In September 1909, Curtis’s proposals to create an organisation to influence public opinion to create an imperial federation were debated at the estate of Lord Anglesey at Plas Newydd, Wales.
In 1910, the Round Table started “The Round Table” periodical paper.

The Round Table reached the apex of its political power and influence during World War I. From 1916 to 1919, Round Table members occupied senior positions when David Lloyd George was British Prime Minister. Lloyd George had worked as a lawyer for the Zionist Congress and in 1916 would replace then Prime Minister, Herbert Asquith (KG in 1925).

Milner was first appointed to the five-member War Cabinet as a minister without portfolio, but in April 1918 became Secretary of State for War.
Lord Lothian - Lloyd George’s private secretary and foreign policy adviser.
Leo Amery - Assistant Secretary to the War Cabinet Secretariat.
William Waldorf Astor - Lloyd George’s Personal Parliamentary Secretary.
Robert Brand - Deputy Chairman of the British Mission in Washington DC.
John Buchan - Lloyd George’s Director of Information.
Also joining the government was new Round Table member Alfred Zimmern who transferred from the Ministry of Reconstruction to the Political Intelligence Department at the Foreign Office in 1917.

In February 1917 one British journalist wrote of a "little body of illuminati" from "the class of travelling empirics of Empire, who came in with Lord Milner" and had now taken up residence in the "Garden Suburb", for the sinister purpose of "cultivat[ing] the Prime Minister’s mind".
Lockwood confirmed that there was "a good deal of truth" to these claims, like Naylor who wrote on a "Fabian-like Milnerite penetration" of Lloyd George’s government.

That Lord Lothian had a substantial influence over PM Lloyd George is confirmed by that in January 1919, Lothian got Lloyd George to pressure Lord Robert Cecil - Britain’s representative at the League of Nations negotiations - to make changes to the League Covenant. In 1937, Robert Cecil (son of Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury, KG) got the Nobel Prize for his service to Britsh imperialism.

According to Quigley, the Round Table was transformed into an "international anglophile network". The 3 main front organisations created by the Round Table were:
Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA or Chatham House) in Britain;
Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in the US;
Institute for Pacific Relations (IPR) in the US.

Nexus Magazine –A short history of the Round Table (2005):
(archived here: ... -file=2538)

For more information on the Order of the Garter that controls the world: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1093&start=30#p5816
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