(by Charles Savoie) —
The commodity markets are controlled by Wall Street and London banking interests, frequently to the detriment of commodity producers. At the top of this pyramid, for over a century—are Pilgrims Society members, suppressing precious metals! This they have done to facilitate buying land and real assets with their created currency, and achieved a lien against all private property in these fifty States based on the Federal debt, which is owed to these megabankers!
The entire Federal debt must sooner or later be entirely repudiated or expunged, and titles (domestic and foreign) to land, buildings and other assets should be investigated—and seized, in all cases in which the holders can be connected to the Federal Reserve! All members of “globalist” organizations must be banned from any government posts, elected or appointed!
“We don’t dare confront the implications. I think we all agree there was a conspiracy and we don’t want to know. It involves SUCH A POWERFUL HIGH FORCE IN WHAT WE CALL THE HIGH PLACES, IF WE DO KNOW, EVERYTHING MIGHT FALL APART.”
—Leonard Bernstein, globally prominent music conductor, about the Kennedy assassination; Associated Press, November 24, 1980.
Bernstein (1918-1990) was music director of the New York Philharmonic and president of the London Symphony Orchestra—both Pilgrims Society “cultural” interests. His allegation about “a powerful high force in the high places” was more than an educated guess because—under “Awards and Recognitions” at http://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/leonard-bern they list “Pilgrims Society.” Is it possible to receive an award from The Pilgrims Society, without actually being a member? Perhaps so; this hasn’t been 100% determined. However, my capable European colleague, Joel Van Der Reijden, for whom I have deep respect, says Bernstein was a member. He certainly would have had “outer circle” status and only been aware of the inner circle of the Society as containing the “powerful high force” he didn’t specifically identify.
Here’s something in The Congressional Record, Volume 153, page 8245, March 28, 2007, mentioning The Pilgrims Society and John Brademas, a Pilgrims member and a former chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Rockefeller Foundation trustee, and Bernstein both receiving the George Foster Peabody Award. George Foster Peabody (1852-1938, Pilgrims Society) was a large scale Wall Street financier who according to the New York Times, December 10, 1933, section 2, page 4, was a supporter of Franklin Roosevelt and his gold theft from the public; but additionally, Peabody also claimed as one of his alleged accolades that—
“HE HAD A PART IN DEFEATING BIMETALLISM and reached the conclusion that it is absurd to depend on a metal not possible of expansion or contraction as a standard of value.”
George Foster Peabody, Pilgrims Society, and Franklin Roosevelt were friends; naturally their views agreed. Peabody was a partner in Spencer, Trask & Company, which played a leading role in financing electric lighting corporations and railroad construction in the West and in Mexico. Peabody held large interests in Edison Electric and became a director of General Electric and many other corporations including Mexican Metallurgical Company, Mexican Lead Company, Mexican Coke & Coal Company, Broadway Realty, and Southern Improvement Company. He was a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 1914-1921. He was a trustee of the University of Georgia and treasurer of the Southern Education Board and a director of Rockefellers (Pilgrims Society) General Education Board. During 1896-1905 he was treasurer of the Democratic National Committee.
With this as an intro to #8 Silver Squelchers, we now proceed to review 15 men from the 1969 New York and London Pilgrims Society rosters. These were the first rosters I obtained, and they came by way of a since defunct publisher in California, the ’76 Press.
The celebrated Gary Allen had seen these lists, sent to him by an unidentified party, and Allen had a chance to mention The Pilgrims in two of his books and at least two lower circulation magazine articles in 1970 (American Opinion). He wrote of it as the “Pilgrim Society,” a minor error, as they use plural.
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The article was written by Charles Savoie, and you can read more of his work at SilverStealers.net.