17 August, 2015

Book Quote

Posted by Socrates in global government, international socialism, internationalism, jewed foreign policy, jewed politics, Leo Pasvolsky, New World Order, NWO, Socrates, UN, UN founders at 3:30 pm | Permanent Link

“Undersecretary of State Dean Acheson…came at some point in 1946 to regard the UN as ‘the monkey house’ and later wrote it off as the hopelessly idealistic creation of ‘that little rat Pasvolsky.'” [1].

— from the book “Governing the World: The History of an Idea, 1815 to the Present” by Mark Mazower, 2012, internet edition.
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[1] Jewish U.S. State Department official Leo Pasvolsky. (Footnote is mine, not Mazower’s).


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  7. One Response to “Book Quote”

    1. Chandala Says:

      The UN is Evil.
      It’s a Communist creation.
      The shame is that so many people fall for the utopian propaganda that the UN has the best interests of the worlds people at heart.
      Nothing the UN says should be taken at face value.
      The UN has a sinister hidden agenda.

      “In 1945, (Harry Dexter) White (accused Communist spy) got another opportunity to betray his country: He was named as senior adviser to the U.S. delegation to the conference in San Francisco that founded the United Nations. In this capacity, he funneled information to his handlers as to how the U.S.S.R. could get veto power and kept them apprised of the U.S. position on significant issues. White’s perfidy was coupled with that of another high-ranking American spy for the Soviets, Alger Hiss, who presided over the U.N. conference. Hiss served as a top adviser to FDR at the Yalta conference, where Roosevelt and, yes, Winston Churchill ceded Eastern Europe to Joseph Stalin.”
      — from this article at the WSJ “The Unfortunate Postwar Legacy of Harry Dexter White”
      http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424127887323419104578372540542933804