Andrew Carnegie and the
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Carnegie's aims ran parallel with those of Cecil Rhodes, the Empire Builder who dreampt of a Federation with America: "We could hold your Federal Parliament five years at Washington and five years at London.....the only feasible thing to carry out the idea....a secret society gradually absorbing the wealth of the world." (Cecil Rhodes - by Sarah Gertrude Millin in 1933)

1907 League of Peace address: It embodied all the aspiration of Carnegie for World Peace. With a proposal for a World Court, and a World Police Force to enforce its rulings. He stated: "three nations alone...could form a League of Peace and banish war, Britain, France and the United States "might properly unite" in inviting others to join..."each member of the League providing the needed forces or money... in proportion to her wealth."

"When ... war is discarded as disgraceful to civilized men, as personal war (duelling) and men selling and buying (slavery) have been discarded within the wide boundaries of our English-speaking race, the Trustees will please then consider what is the next most degrading evil or evils whose banishment--or what new elevating element or elements if introduced or fostered, or both combined--would most advance the progress, elevation and happiness of man, and so on from century to century without end, my Trustees of each age shall determine how they can best aid man in his upward march to higher and higher stages of development unceasingly, for now we know that man was created, not with an instinct for his own degradation, but imbued with the desire and the power for improvement to which, perchance, there may be no limit short of perfection even here in this life upon earth." -- Andrew Carnegie, December 14, 1910

Andrew Carnegie came from Scotland to the United States of America and made his fortune by building U. S. Steel, the largest steel company in the world at the time. However, he was dedicated to England, and left his fortune in trusts for the lofty purpose of eliminating all international wars. The basic premise is that world peace can be achieved through world government under Anglo-Saxon rule. In practice, this is an attempt at world peace through world tyranny.

The methods that have been used in attempting to attain this goal have been to fund the Federal Council of Churches and church peace movements, to establish educational institutions and change textbooks and teaching methods to promote internationalism and socialism, to fill prominent positions in the State Department and control foreign policy, treaties, and foreign trade, to promote the United Nations and its socialist agenda, and even to plan a military invasion to overthrow the government of South Africa and set up UN rule by force (in 1965).

In 1948, the president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace was Alger Hiss (Secretary General of the United Nations organizing convention, adviser to President Roosevelt at Yalta, later sentenced to five years in prison for perjury in testimony concerning his involvement with a Soviet spy ring). Others among the 28 Trustees of the Carnegie Endowment were Dwight D. Eisenhower (president of Columbia University, former U. S. Allied Commander in Europe, later President of the United States), John Foster Dulles (prominent member of the Federal Council of Churches, foreign relations counsel for Gov. Dewey when Dewey was the Republican presidential candidate, later Secretary of State under Eisenhower), David Rockefeller (of oil and banking fame), and Thomas J. Watson (of IBM). Among the Trustees were Republicans and Democrats, so-called conservatives and liberals, and a suspected Communist. The one thing they had in common was that they were all internationalists, who put their global agenda first, usually to the detriment of the people of the United States and to the cause of freedom everywhere. So it has been for the last 50 years.

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