The "Editorial Board"
of The Anti-New York Times has always emphasized the fact that there's no history like original source
history. Think about it. If you really want to get inside of the minds of the men who made history; then why rely on an endless,
repetitious circle-jerk of academic ass-clowns when you can, in this day and age of Internet search engines, instantly access
the actual writings and speeches of the history-makers themselves? Original source data is especially useful if the
writing artifact is a private one. You see, communications intended for public consumption, don't always
reveal the true man and his beliefs. But the stuff that a man inks for personal friends / co-conspirators or private diaries
-- well, that reveals the true man.
With that investigative maxim (a $10 word for a short statement expressing a general truth) always in mind, this story about the Library
of Congress' recently added digital archive of many of Teddy Roosevelt's private papers and letters really
got our investigative juices flowing. Just a few minutes into this article was all it took to learn something fascinating
about Teddy Psycho that we -- in spite of having written a book on the Wretched Roosevelts - didn't know before. We thought
we should share it with "youse guys."
1. Fake historians only know how to follow each other in an endless circle-jerk of orthodox groupthink. // 2. True
investigative historians search for original source material, and then analyze every line for clues and patterns. //
3. Time to amend "The Real Roosevelts" with this new information?
Among the historical files is a 1915 private letter in which TR criticizes President
Woodrow Wilson’s policy of "neutrality" regarding World War I. Of course, regular readers
of the ANYT should all know by now that Wilson's early "pacifism" was fake. Evidently, ex-President Teddy did not
know at the time that Wilson's handlers were waiting until after the back-room Zionist-British verbal deal to steal
Palestine was made -- and after Wilson's November 1916 re-election was completed -- to join the European bloodbath. In the
letter, TR also reveals his contempt for the millions of German-Americans who sympathized with Germany in its purely, 100%
defensive war (started in August, 1914) against the aggressive British-French-Russian alliance.
Excerpted from the February 12, 1915 letter, which the Slimes' web
version linked us to:
"My dear Cecil.
Do not feel too badly over things. I am bitterly humiliated over what this administration has done. I am not merely humiliated,
but profoundly angered by the attitude of the professional German-Americans. But don't forget, there are lots of Americans
of German descent who do not sympathize with these men..... who are emphatically against Germany in this fight and resent
being called German-Americans.
When a President misleads us as Wilson has done, some very good
people tend to follow him."
"Cecil" is Sir Cecil Arthur Spring Rice -- a diplomat who
served as Britain's Ambassador to the United States from 1912 to 1918. We learn from Establishment
historians that "Cecil," in that capacity, was responsible for British efforts to end American neutrality and bring
America into the First World War. And, get this -- he was not just a close friend of Psycho Teddy, he had actually served as his best
man at his second wedding (TR's
first wife had died) way back in 1886 when few people had even heard of TR -- the spoiled-rich law school dropout
who, according to his own words, "rose like a rocket" from political obscurity to New York City Police Commissioner
-- to Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Navy (he oversaw the USS Maine false flag) -- to phony "war hero"
(he never even got a medal for his alleged "charge" up San Juan Hill) -- to Governor of New York State
-- to Vice President (after the sudden and strange death of Garret Hobart) -- to U.S. President (after the assassination
of William McKinley by a foreign-born Red) -- all within a span of just 5 years!
"I rose like a rocket," boasted Globalist puppet Roosevelt. One of TR's biographies is actually titled after that
quote. // 2. After a convenient "heart attack" killed Vice President Hobart (a conservative), TR was forced upon
McKinley (a conservative) as Vice President. // 3. After a convenient assassinated by a Red fanatic, TR became the first
1. Ambassador to the U.S. Cecil
Rice --- He and his buddy TR were upset with Wilson (Image 2) for not warmongering against Germany. // 3. Little did they
know that Wilson's handlers were actually planning to join the war after his 1916 re-election -- a dishonest campaign
which was based on Wilson's "achievement" of keeping America out of the war!
This letter constitutes clear evidence that ex-President TR -- who was still influential
within American elite circles -- was already treasonously "colluding" with foreign agents, for the purpose of dragging
the U.S. into the grand war for Globalism -- a full two years before the U.S. officially entered the war. To cover his ass,
the sneaky bastard purposely left his name off of the envelope sent to his best man -- "Cecil."
the very opening line of that same letter:
Your two letters have come. My letters to you will hereafter go in envelopes
without my name on them, so as to attract as little attention as possible."
(full letter, here)
No names on the envelopes, eh? It doesn't
get any more Deep Statish than that. Conspire much, Mr. President?
But the real kicker for us was the date
stamped on the letter -- February 12, 1915. That's three full months
before Lord of the British Admiralty Winston Churchill set up the arms-smuggling Lusitania to be
sunk by German U-boats. So, even before the phony pretext that served to turn public opinion away from innocent Germany,
TR and his crowd were already anti-German and pro-war. That's no surprise to us, of course, but oh what a powerful argument
it makes in contradiction of the fake history which holds that the U.S. government was originally neutral. No. Both the open-warmonger
Roosevelt and the closet warmonger Wilson wanted to join the "The Great War" all along -- a war for both
Globalism and Zionism which, ironically, broke TR's heart and may have led to his sudden death soon after the war's end. For
it is said that he never recovered after his youngest son's death in the very war that he had so passionately agitated for.
1. The letter
to "Cecil" proves that even before the Lusitania tragedy and other "incidents," TR's crowd was already
hostile toward Germany and angling for ways to join the war in Europe. 2 & 3. Psycho dad's wished-for war got his own son, Quentin,
killed in aerial combat in July, 1918. TR was broken by the news, and died in his sleep just 8 months later, at age 61.
1: I read in the New York Times today that the Library of Congress
is digitally publishing 1000's of documents and images from Teddy Roosevelt's collection.
Teddy Roosevelt was one of our most eloquent and intellectual presidents.
St. Sugar: Intellectual my asss! He wass a sspoiled rich brat who dropped
out of law sschool. Every position he ever held wass handed to him by the usual ssusspectss.
Editor: The REAL Roosevelts totally exposes that wicked
family -- here
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