Peace Revolution episode 043: The Ultimate History Lesson with John Taylor Gatto / Hour 3 + Commentary

Author: Richard GroveOctober 28, 2011

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Peace Revolution episode 043: The Ultimate History Lesson with John Taylor Gatto / Hour 3 + Commentary

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  1. Ultimate History Lesson Hour 3, minutes 1 -15 (approx.):
  2. Reece Committee (or: U.S. House Select Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations and Comparable Organizations)
  3. Norman Dodd (on Wikipedia)
  4. (Book) “Foundations: Their Power and Influence” by Rene Wormser (1958)
  5. (Book) “The Leipzig Connection: Basics in Education” by Paolo Lioni (1993)
  6. The Metaphysical Club (on Wikipedia)
  7. William James (on Wikipedia)
  8. John Dewey (on Wikipedia)
  9. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. (on Wikipedia)
  10. Charles S. Peirce (Peirce Society)
  11. Pragmatic Philosophy (on Wikipedia)
  12. Immanuel Kant (on Wikipedia)
  13. Kant’s “Critique of Pure Reason” (on Wikipedia)
  14. (Book) “The Impact of Science on Society” by Bertrand Russell (1952): (Fichte quote & page)
  15. (Book) “Cybernetics: Or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine” by Norbert Wiener (1948):
  16. (Book) “The Human Use of Human Beings” by Norbert Wiener
    1. http://books.google.com/books/about/The_human_use_of_human_beings.html?id=l9l6zquHvZIC
  17. Norbert Wiener (on Wikipedia)
  18. Hour 3 Roundtable Discussion of minutes 1-15:
  19. Tax Exempt Foundations
  20. Walsh Committee (Wikipedia)
  21. Carroll Reece (Wikipedia)
  22. Reece Committee
  23. Norman Dodd (On Tax Exempt Foundations)
  24. Federal Reserve
  25. Income Tax
  26. General Education Board (Wikipedia)
  27. Rockefeller Foundation
  28. Ford Foundation
  29. Carnegie Endowment
  30. Charles Sanders Pierce (Wikipedia)
  31. Immanuel Kant
  32. Edgar Rice Burroughs / John Carter and the Princess of Mars
  33. Thomas Paine (Wikipedia)
  34. Printing Press
  35. DIY / Do It Yourself (Wikipedia)
  36. Human Resources: Social Engineering in the 20th Century by Scott Noble
  37. PsyWar by Scott Noble
  38. Leo Tolstoy (Printing press ignorance)
  39. “Literacy is a form of slavery, until a method of critical thinking is exercised by the reader.” – R.G.
  40. Utilitarianism (Wikipedia)
  41. Jeremy Bentham (Wikipedia)
  42. Panopticon (Wikipedia)
  43. Adam Weishaupt (Wikipedia)
  44. William James “truth as collective name” quote
  45. Dewey “knowledge is belief authorized by enquiry
  46. Metaphysical Club
  47. Philosophic Corruption of Physics by David Harriman 12 (Gnostic Media Interviews)
  48. Nihilism
  49. Existentialism
  50. National Socialism (Wikipedia)
  51. Classical Trivium (Wikipedia)
  52. Metaphysics
  53. Epistemology (Wikipedia)
  54. Ethics
  55. Aesthetics (Wikipedia)
  56. Allusions
  57. Abstraction
  58. Metaphor
  59. Rhetoric & fficial&client=firefox-a”>The Active Literacies
  60. Albion Seed by David Hackett Fischer (Chapter 1 Social Statuses)
  61. Bete Noire (a person or thing strongly detested)
  62. Bavarian Illuminati
  63. American Historical Association (on Wikipedia)
  64. Andrew Dickson White (Wikipedia)
  65. Timothy Dwight (Wikipedia)
  66. Daniel Coit Gilman (Wikipedia)
    1. Skull and Bones Trust
  67. William Huntington Russell (Wikipedia)
  68. Johns Hopkins University
  69. The Yale Troika
  70. Skull and Bones (Wikipedia)
  71. America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to The Order of Skull and Bones by Antony C. Sutton
    1. How the Order controls Education (Chapter 8)
  72. The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America by Charlotte Iserbyt
  73. Pestalozzi (Wikipedia)
  74. Lavater
  75. Fichte
  76. (Book) A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs (1917)
  77. The Philosophic Corruption of Physics & The Logical Leap” (Gnostic Media podcast #111 & 112/ David Harriman interviews)
  78. (Book) “Perfectibilists: The 18th Century Bavarian Order of the Illuminati” by Terry Melanson (2009)
  79. (Book) “The Metaphysical Club: A Story of Ideas in America” by Louis Menand (2001)
  80. Norman Dodd/Katherine Casey/Hidden Agenda Interview (transcript)
  81. American Historical Association History & Archives
  82. Guggenheim Foundation (on Wikipedia)
  83. Walsh (Commission on Industrial Relations) 1915 (on Wikipedia)
  84. Charles Sanders Peirce: “Pragmatism As a Principle and Method of Right Thinking: The 1903 Harvard Lectures on Pragmatism”
  85. Bertrand Russell
  86. Hour 3, minutes 15 -30 (approx.)
  87. Academic Genealogy Chart
  88.  (Book) “The New Atlantis” by Sir Francis Bacon (1624):
  89. Sir Francis Bacon (on Wikipedia)
  90. “Principles of Psychology” by William James (1890):
  91. “The Last of the Mohicans” by James Fenimore Cooper (1826):
  92. James Fenimore Cooper (Wikipedia)
  93. “Common Sense” by Thomas Paine (1776):
    1. http://www.ushistory.org/paine/commonsense/
  94. Bill Clinton (mentor, Quigley, speech reference): 1992 Democratic National Convention:
  95. Unitarian /Harvard (on Wikipedia)
  96. Herbert Spencer + Eugenics:
  97. “Atlas Shrugged” by Ayn Rand (1957) (pages 1000 -1070, John Galt’s Speech):
  98. Fabian Society (on Wikipedia)
  99. London School of Economics (on Wikipedia)
  100. Society for Psychical Research (on Wikipedia)
  101. Arthur Balfour (on Wikipedia)
  102. Beatrice Webb (on Wikipedia)
  103. William T. Stead (on Wikipedia)
  104.  “The Last Will and Testament of Cecil John Rhodes” (1902) with elucidatory notes by William T. Stead
  105. “The Avengers” (1960’s British television series, featuring a character “John Steed&rdquowinking
  106. Martin Luther (on Wikipedia)
  107. Ninety-Five Theses by Martin Luther (1517) (on Wikipedia)
  108. Senator Oscar Callaway (on Wikipedia)
  109. Congressional Record (February 9, 1917)
  110. U.S. Senate Speech (1942) Truman + Standard Oil Treason of Rockefellers
  111. (Book) “Wall Street and The Rise of Hitler” by Antony C. Sutton (1976) (Krupp reference)
  112. Hour 3 Roundtable Discussion of minutes 15-30:
  113. History of the U.S. Census (Wikipedia)
  114. Self-Reliance (Wikipedia)
  115. fficial&client=firefox-a#sclient=psy-ab&hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=70P&rls=org.mozilla:en-US%3Aofficial&source=hp&q=Concept+of+Property&pbx=1&oq=Concept”>Concept of Property
  116. John Locke (Wikipedia)
  117. Concept of Informed Consent
  118. Death and Taxes
  119. Von Clausewitz (Wikipedia)
  120. Absolute War (Wikipedia)
  121. Hegelian Dialectic (Wikipedia)
  122. Stimulus Response (Wikipedia)
  123. fficial&client=firefox-a”>The High Cabal with Col. L. Fletcher Prouty
  124. Peace Revolution episode 038: The High Cabal
  125. British East India Company (Wikipedia)
  126. fficial&biw=1600&bih=682&prmd=imvns&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=VX-7TvbeHcLu0gG1h_TeCQ&ved=0CEsQsAQ”>British East India Company Flag
  127. Elihu Yale (Wikipedia)
  128. Cotton Mather (Wikipedia)
  129. Yale University
  130. Root Hog, or Die! (Wikipedia)
  131. Herbert Spencer (Wikipedia)
  132. W.G. Sumner (Wikipedia)
  133. fficial&client=firefox-a”>Social Darwinism
  134. Society for Psychical Research (Wikipedia)
  135. Edward Pease (Wikipedia)
  136. Fabian Society (Wikipedia)
  137. Thomas Davidson (Wikipedia)
  138. Frank Podmore (Wikipedia
  139. Sophism (Wikipedia)
  140. Solipsism (Wikipedia)
  141. fficial&client=firefox-a#sclient=psy-ab&hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=hRH&rls=org.mozilla:en-US%3Aofficial&source=hp&q=Intellectual+Self-Defense&pbx=1″>Intellectual Self-Defense
  142. Carroll Quigley
  143. The Anglo American Establishment (.pdf)
  144. New England and the Bavarian Illuminati (.pdf)
  145. Boston Brahmins (Wikpedia)
  146. University of Chicago
  147. Obama Transcript via Associated Press
  148. Fabian Socialism (Wikipedia)
  149. Fabius Maximus (Wikipedia)
  150. War of Attrition (Wikipedia)
  151. fficial&q=fabian+society+logo&gs_sm=e&gs_upl=3523l4040l1l4177l5l4l0l0l0l0l153l383l0.3l3l0&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.,cf.osb&biw=1600&bih=704&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N”>Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing (Logo of Fabian Socialism)
  152. Rhodes Round Table Group (Wikipedia)
  153. Rhodes Scholars (Wikipedia)
  154. William T. Stead (Wikipedia)
  155. fficial&client=firefox-a#sclient=psy-ab&hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=8Gc&rls=org.mozilla:en-US%3Aofficial&source=hp&q=The+Republic+by+Plato&pbx=1&oq=The+”>The Republic by Plato
  156. Kybernetes
  157. B.F. Trentowski (Wikipedia)
  158. Cybernetics (Stanford)
  159. Norbert Weiner (Wikipedia)
  160. Bertrand Russell (Wikipedia)
  161. Corporate Personhood (Wikipedia)
  162. Prophylactic (Dictionary)
  163. Harry Truman Rockefeller Quote WWII (Time Magazine)
  164. “Standard Oil of New Jersey was putting forth every effort of which it was capable to protect the control of the German government…” – Harry Truman
    (see also: Pittsburg Press Article; March 27th, 1942)
  165. The Old Boys: The American Elite and the Origins of the CIA by Burton Hersh (Amazon)
  166. Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution by Antony C. Sutton (.pdf)
  167. Wall Street and the rise of Hitler by Antony C. Sutton (.pdf)
  168. Wall Street and FDR by Antony C. Sutton (.pdf)
  169. Senator Oscar Callaway’s 1917 quote”
  170. “In March, 1915, the J.P. Morgan interests, the steel, shipbuilding, and powder interest, and their subsidiary organizations, got together 12 men high up in the newspaper world and employed them to select the most influential newspapers in the United States and sufficient number of them to control generally the policy of the daily press. … They found it was only necessary to purchase the control of 25 of the greatest papers. An agreement was reached; the policy of the papers was bought, to be paid for by the month; an editor was furnished for each paper to properly supervise and edit information regarding the questions of preparedness, militarism, financial policies, and other things of national and international nature considered vital to the interests of the purchasers.”
  171. Henry P. Davison / Time Life (Wikipedia)
  172. Henry Luce (Wikipedia)
  173. C.D. Jackson (Wikipedia)
  174. Zapruder Film (Wikipedia)
  175. George DeMohrenschild (Wikipedia)
  176. R. Gordon Wasson (Wikipedia)
  177. MK ULTRA (Wikipedia)
  178. Buchenwald
  179. Sykewar (Amazon)
  180. Life Magazine “The Discovery of Mushrooms That Cause Strange Visions” by R. Gordon
    Wasson; May 13, 1957
  181. J.P. Morgan and the Hull Carbine Affair
  182. Bilderberg Group (Wikipedia)
  183. Hedley Bull (Wikipedia)
  184. Herbert Butterfield (Wikipedia)
  185. British Committee for the Theory of International Politics (Wikipedia)
  186. Liberal Realism (Wikipedia)
  187. Rothschild Banking Empire (Wikipedia)
  188. Economist (Wikipedia)
  189. Roll Call (Wikipedia)
  190. Congressional Quarterly (Wikipedia)
  191. Reuters (Wikipedia)
  192. Psychological Warfare (Wikipedia)
  193. William Paley (Wikipedia)
  194. War of the Worlds (Wikipedia)
  195. H.G. Wells (Wikipedia)
  196. fficial&client=firefox-a”>The New World Order by H.G. Wells
  197. The New Machivellis by H.G. Wells (Project Gutenberg)
  198. Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Forces (Wikipedia)
  199. Office of Special Services (O.S.S.)
    1. Globalizing Ideal Beauty: How Female Copywriters of the J. Walter Thompson Advertising     Agency Redefined Beauty for the twentieth Century
    2. Rhodes Scholars (Page 137)
    3. Oxbridge = Oxford + Cambridge (Wikipedia)
  200. James Walter Thompson Company (Wikipedia)
  201. John B. Watson (Wikipedia)
  202. De Beers Diamond Cartel (Wikipedia)
  203. Cecil Rhodes (Wikipedia)
  204. Oppenheimer (“The Diamond Empire – Oppenheimer Family’s Cartel, Artificial Scarcity&rdquowinking
  205. All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace by Adam Curtis / BBC (Archive.org)
  206. “White, King, Red Rubber, Black Death” (YouTube)
  207. Basil Nicholson (Globalizing Ideal Beauty) (Co-Founder of the London Daily Mirror)
  208. “Cultural New Deal Urge to Bring Order” /article published in The Science News-Letter  Vol. 37,   No. 1 (Jan. 6, 1940), pp. 6-7 by Lawrence K. Frank
  209. Macy Conferences (Wikipedia)
  210. Film: “The Net: The Unabomber, LSD and the Internet” by Lutz Dammbeck
  211. Lawrence K Frank / Josiah Macy Junior Foundation
  212. Human Use of Human Beings by Norbert Wiener (Amazon)
  213. William T. Stead (Wikipedia)
  214. The Last Will and Testament of Cecil John Rhodes edited by William T. Stead (archive.org)
  215. Council on Foreign Relations (Wikipedia)
  216. Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time by Carroll Quigley (1966) (Book)
  217. The Evolution of Civilizations by Carroll Quigley (Book)
  218. The Anglo American Establishment by Carroll Quigley
  219. The Balfour Declaration (Wikipedia)
  220. Lord Rothschild (Wikipedia)
  221. Paris 1919 by Margaret MacMillan (Amazon)
  222. Alfred Milner (Wikipedia)
  223. The Rise and Fall of Diamonds by Edward J. Epstein (Amazon)
  224. Peace Revolution episode … Diamonds: The Jewel of Denial (Peacerevolution.org
  225. Carl Von Clausewitz “Absolute War” (on Wikipedia)
  226. “On War” by Carl Von Clausewitz (1832)  (Scribd)
  227. Hegelian Dialectic (on Wikipedia)
  228. “Root Hog, or die” (on Wikipedia)
  229.  Peace Revolution episode #38 The High Cabal / Lessons in Foreign and Domestic Policy
    (Fletcher Prouty, Elijah Yale, British East India Company)
  230.  Beatrice Webb (on Wikipedia)
  231. Edward R. Pease (on Wikipedia)
  232. Fabian Society (on Wikipedia)
  233. Obama / University of Chicago
  234. University of Chicago / Rockefeller Foundation
  235. “How Corporate Law Inhibits Social Responsibility” by Robert Hinkley (February 2002 article)
  236. Congressional Record (February 9, 1917):
  237. TIME magazine (on Wikipedia)
  238. LIFE magazine (on Wikipedia)
  239.  Zapruder Film (on Wikipedia)
  240. Bruce Campbell Adamson (JFK assassination research & books)
  241.  R. Gordon Wasson (on Wikipedia)
  242.  (Book) “Soma: Divine Mushroom of Immortality” by R. Gordon Wasson
  243.  “When The Elite Loved LSD” by John Cloud (Time magazine article; April 23, 2007 article)
  244.  “Great Adventures in the Discovery of Mushrooms that Cause Strange Visions” by R. Gordon Wasson  (LIFE magazine article; May 13, 1957)
  245. William Paley CBS (New York Times Obituary October 27, 1990)
  246.  “The CIA and the Media” by Carl Bernstein (Rolling Stone article; October 20, 1977)
  247.  (Book) “The Mighty Wurlitzer: How the CIA Played America” by Hugh Wilford (2008; reference chapter 10 -“Things Fall Apart: Journalists&rdquowinking
  248.  (Book) “Psychological Warfare” by Paul M. A. Linebarger (1948)
  249.  (Book) “The Hall Carbine Affair: A Study in Contemporary Folklore” by R. Gordon Wasson (1948)
  250.  Charles Douglas Jackson / Bilderberg to America reference
  251. Hedley Bull (on Wikipedia)
  252. Herbert Butterfield (on Wikipedia)
  253. Liberal Realism (on Wikipedia)
  254. London School of Economics (on Wikipedia)
  255. Council on Foreign Relations History (CFR)
  256. Sir Evelyn de Rothschild / The Economist (“Evelyn’s dauphin” February 13, 2003 article)
  257. The Economist / Congressional Quarterly / Roll Call magazines
  258. Orson Wells (on Wikipedia)
  259. (Book) “The War of the Worlds” by H.G. Wells (1898)
  260. The War of The Worlds (on Wikipedia)
  261.  (Book) “The New World Order” by H.G. Wells (1940)
  262. H.G. Wells (on Wikipedia)
  263. Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (on Wikipedia)
  264. (Book) “Globalizing Ideal Beauty” by Denise H. Sutton (2009)
  265. James Walter Thompson (on Wikipedia)
  266. J. Walter Thompson Company (on Wikipedia)
  267. John B Watson / Behaviorism (on Wikipedia)
  268. (Book) “The Rise & Fall of Diamonds: The Shattering of a Brilliant Illusion” by Edward Jay Epstein (1982) (Cecil Rhodes/ Rothschild Bank reference chapter 7; Oppenheimer reference chapter 12; DeBeers / J. Walter Thompson reference chapter 13)
  269. “The Diamond Empire” Transcript (PBS Frontline; February 1, 1994)
  270. Josiah Macy Junior Foundation (on Wikipedia)
  271. Macy Conferences (on Wikipedia)
  272. William T. Stead (on Wikipedia)
  273. (Book) “The Last Will and Testament of Cecil John Rhodes” with elucidatory notes by W.T. Stead (1902)
  274.  (Book) “Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time” by Carroll Quigley (1966)
  275.  http://www.carrollquigley.net/books.htm
  276.  Carroll Quigley (www.carrollquigley.net)
  277. (Book) “The Evolution of Civilizations: An Introduction to Historical Analysis”  by Carroll Quigley   (1979)
  278.  (Book) “The Anglo-American Establishment” by Carroll Quigley (1981):
  279. Margaret MacMillan (on Wikipedia)
  280. (Book) “Paris 1919: Six Months That Changed The World” by Margaret MacMillan (reprint 2003)
  281. Hour 3, minutes 30 -45 (approx.):
  282. (Book) Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time by Carroll Quigley (1966)
  283. http://www.carrollquigley.net/books.htm
  284. Carroll Quigley (on Wikipedia)
  285. Council on Foreign Relations (on Wikipedia)
  286. “The Anglo-American Establishment” by Carroll Quigley (1981):
  287. Hour 3 Roundtable Discussion of minutes 30-45:
  288. Interview with Carroll Quigley (1976) (YouTube)
  289. Peace Revolution episode 018: A History of the World in Our Time / Origins of Tragedy and Hope
  290. False Flag Attacks (Wikipedia)
  291. Emad Salem (Wikipedia)
  292. World Trade Center 1993 Bombing by FBI (CBS)
  293. The Descent of Man by Charles Darwin (Archive.org)
  294. On the Origin of Species by Charles Darwin (Wikipedia)
  295. William Jefferson Clinton (Wikipedia)
  296. Georgetown Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service
  297. Jesuits (Wikipedia)
  298. Dr. Frank Adeyloette (Wikipedia)
  299. The History of the Rhodes Trust by Sir Anthony Kenny (Amazon)
  300. Sir Anthony Kenny (Wikipedia)
  301. “This radical Right fairy tale, which is now an accepted folk myth in many groups in America, pictured the recent history of the United States, in regard to domestic reform and in foreign affairs, as a well-organized plot by extreme Left-wing elements…. This myth, like all fables, does in fact have a modicum of truth. There does exist, and has existed for a generation, an international Anglophile network which operates, to some extent, in the way the Radical right believes the Communists act. In fact, this network, which we may identify as the Round Table Groups, has no aversion to cooperating with the Communists, or any other group, and frequently does so. I know of the operation of this network because I have studied it for twenty years and was permitted for two years, in the early 1960’s, to examine its papers and secret records. I have no aversion to it or to most of its aims and have, for much of my life, been close to it and to many of its instruments. I have objected, both in the past and recently, to a few of its policies… but in general my chief difference of opinion is that it wishes to remain unknown, and I believe its role in history is significant enough to be known.” (“Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time” by Prof. Carroll Quigley, Page 949-950)
  302. John von Neumann (Wikipedia)
  303. Martin Luther (Wikipedia)
  304. The Early American Reception of German Idealism by James Good (Amazon)
  305. Wilhelm Wundt (Wikipedia)
  306. Thorsten Veblen (Wikipedia)
  307. Conspicuous Consumption (on Wikipedia)
  308. Vilfredo Pareto (Wikipedia)
  309. Gaetano Mosca (Wikipedia)
  310. Sociology of the Elites by Michael Hartmann (Google Books)
  311. Elite Theory (on Wikipdia)
  312. Peace Revolution episode #22 “The Best Enemies Money Can Buy / The Arch which connects 2 Pillars”
  313. Peace Revolution episode #37 “Justified Sinners / The History of Eugenics in America”
  314.  “The American aborigines, Negroes and Europeans are as different from each other in mind as any three races that can be named; yet I was incessantly struck, whilst living with the Fuegians on board the ‘Beagle’, with the many little traits of character, shewing how similar their minds were to ours; and so it was with a full-blooded negro with whom I happened once to be intimate” (on SCRIBD)
  315. Panopticon (on Wikipedia)
  316. Bill Clinton speaks of Carroll Quigley at 1992 DNC (on YouTube)
  317. Edmund Walsh (on Wikipedia)
  318. Georgetown University School of Foreign Service (on Wikipedia)
  319. Hour 3, minutes 45 –end:
  320. “The Descent of Man” by Charles Darwin (1871):
  321. Francis Galton (on Wikipedia)
  322. Adam Smith (on Wikipedia)
  323. CATO Institute (on Wikipedia)
  324. Marshall Fritz (on Wikipedia)
  325. Benjamin Franklin (on Wikipedia)
  326.  “The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin”(1793)
  327. Thomas Edison (on Wikipedia)
  328. “Young Thomas Edison” (biographical film 1940):
  329. Niccolò Machiavelli (on Wikipedia)
  330. (Book) “The Prince” by Machiavelli (on Wikipedia)
  331. Thomas Hobbes /Leviathan (on Wikipedia)
  332. Crisis of Democracy: Report of the Governability of Democracies to the Trilateral Commission (Michael J. Crozier, Samuel P. Huntington, Joni Watanuki / published 1975)
  333. Hour 3 Roundtable Discussion of minutes 45-End
  334. Proofs of a Conspiracy by John Robison (1798)
  335. The Prince by Niccollo Machiavelli
  336.  Martin Luther trained in the Trivium
  337.  Venetian Black Nobility by Webster Tarpley (1993)
  338.  Rosicrucians (Wikipedia)
  339.  Artificial Scarcity (Wikipedia)
  340.  Walter Lippmann (Wikipedia
  341.  Edward Bernays (Wikipedia)
  342.  Maritime Admiralty Law (Wikipedia)
  343.  Ben Franklin’s House: The Naked Truth” by Maev Kennedy (The Guardian article; August 11,
    2003)
  344. Trilaterals Over Washington by Patrick Wood and Antony C. Sutton
  345.  George Washington’s Letters (Library of Congress) October 24, 1798
  346. Sovereign (Wikipedia)
  347.  Swa Raj (Wikipedia)
  348.  Autonomy (Wikipedia)
  349.  Integrity (Wikipedia)
  350.  Consent (Wikipedia)
  351.  Medici Banking Empire (Wikipedia)
  352.  Empires: The Medicis / Godfathers of the Renaissance (PBS)
  353.  Borgia Family (Wikipedia)
  354.  Pope Leo X / The Medici Pope (Wikipedia)
  355.  The Art of War by Nicolo Machiavelli
  356.  The Borgias (Showtime Miniseries) (Showtime)
  357.  Old Nick (Wikipedia)
  358.  Modus Operandi (Wikipedia)
  359.  Machiavelli (on Wikipedia)
  360.  “Against Oligarchy: Venice” (Essays and Speeches, 1970-1996) by Webster Tarpley
  361. Trilateral Commission
  362. Crisis of Democracy: Report of the Governability of Democracies to the Trilateral Commission  (Michael J. Crozier, Samuel P. Huntington, Joni Watanuki / published 1975)
  363. (Book) “Trilaterals Over Washington” by Antony C. Sutton, Patrick M. Wood (1978) (“Crisis of
    Democracy”, see pages 20- 24; 95- 98)
  364. Thomas Jefferson Letter / Illuminati / Adam Weishaupt reference
  365. Zbigniew Brzezinski (on Wikipedia)

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