The fight against the tax-exempt foundations needs to continue.
I wrote the article below on June 7, 2012 trying to warn the public about some of the powerful tax-exmpt foundations like the Carnegie Endowment for "International Peace", the Rockefeller Foundation etc... I do, nevertheless, have to be grateful to the work that Norman Dodd did trying to expose this powerful group of institutions. Today one could add the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to the list.
My article taken from: http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article35036.html
In 1982 G. Edward Griffin interviewed Norman Dodd who was the chief investigator for the Reece Committee. This was a U.S. House select committee created to investigate tax-exempt foundations. In this almost hour- long interview Mr Dodd reveals some very interesting information regarding the objectives and the means by which these tax-exempt foundations influence public policy in the United States of America and the world.
The main objective of the tax-exempt foundations, according to Mr Dodd, was and is to collectivize America and turn it into a communist country and the reason for that is that it would ensure that there would be very little competition for the major corporations that are intertwined with these major tax-exempt foundations. The Rockefeller Foundation was one of the foundations investigated by Mr Dodd and it is interesting that John D. Rockefeller once said that "competition is a sin."
Mr Dodd also notes in his interview that the control of the educational system was one of the major tools that these foundations used in order to transform the United States of America from a free and individualistic republic into a collectivist society based on the Communist Manifesto written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. One of the planks that interest us the most is the fifth which calls for the centraliztion of credit and the creation of a national or central bank and that the central bank should have a monopoly! Our present day central banking fiat money system seems to fit perfectly into the fifth plank of the manifesto so one can understand why mainstream academia, mainstream media and our so called "financial experts" working on Wall Street and the City of London view gold and the free market it stands for as a barbaric relic.
We would have to say, nevertheless, that the tenth and final plank fits in very well with what Mr Dodd had to say in his interview with Mr Griffin. This last plank calls for the education of all children in public schools and as Mr Dodd noted in his interview the tax-exempt foundations preoccupation with the educational system makes a great deal of sense once one knows that the Communist Manifesto has to say about that.
The fight to educate the public worldwide about the true intentions of the tax-exempt foundations needs to continue despite the advancement made by the collectivist ideology of those in charge of public policy in the West. As Edward Bulwer-Lytton once said: "the pen is mightier than the sword."
Lastly we would like to dedicate this article to the memory of Bob Chapman who passed away recently and spent more than half his life educating the public about the world we live in.
The Norman Dodd Interview
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