by Jon Rappoport
June 26, 2014
President Woodrow Wilson was one of those men who saw a horrible
danger to his country, looked it in the eye, and decided that, instead
of trying to decentralize and dismantle that overarching power, he would
hope against hope that greater cooperation among leaders of nations
would bring sanity and peace and freedom of the individual.
Of course, he was wrong.
Wilson knew he was entangled with those very powers that were destroying the best of what American stood for.
Nevertheless, no modern President has made more revealing comments on
the existence and nature of the shadow government, the real rulers of
This was his 1913 thought:
“…the control of credit…has become dangerously centralized…The great
monopoly in this country is the monopoly of big credits. So long as that
exists, our old variety and freedom and individual energy of
development are out of the question.