the British Cabinet issued the Balfour Declaration in 1917,
it was over the strenuous objections of its only Jewish
member, Edwin Montagu, who represented British Jewry. But
non-Jews, many of whom were anti-Semites, had the final say.
They saw Zionism as a way to advance British imperialism and
the New World Order.
Montagu, who was the Secretary of State for India, told
Prime Minister Lloyd George. "All my life I have been trying
to get out of the ghetto. You want to force me back there."
Now with the completion of the "security wall" his vision
of a ghetto was prophetic.
An assimilated Jew, Montagu regarded Judaism as only a
religion , and viewed Zionism as a "mischievous political
creed, untenable by any patriotic citizen of the United
His story helps us to recognize that the New World Order
is an elite conspiracy led by specific members of certain
Jewish and non-Jewish dynastic families who often
intermarried. It is not "Jewish" in terms of the Jewish
people as a whole, who historically prefer assimilation.
In May 1917, a committee representing the leading Jewish
organizations published a statement in the London Times
saying: "Emancipated Jews... have no separate political
aspirations...the establishment of a Jewish nationality in
Palestine founded on [the] theory of a Jewish homelessness,
must have the effect of stamping the Jews as strangers in
their native lands." (Cousinhood, p.260)
The Balfour Declaration promised Jews a "national home"
in Palestine. Partly, it was
Zionists for getting the USA into WWI on Britain's side.
Zionist president Chaim Weismann fumed that Jewish
opposition was the main stumbling block.
The Jewish community was split. The Samuels and the
Rothschilds favored the Balfour Declaration; Cohen, Magnus,
Mountefiore and Montagu were against it.
"If it had been merely an
issue between Zionist and non-Zionist factions within
the community, there is little question that the latter
would have won," writes Chaim Bermant in his chronicle
of the British Jewish establishment, "The Cousinhood."
"But there were the gentile Zionists to consider and
they carried the day." (262)
These gentiles included Arthur Balfour, Lord Milner, Lord
Lothian (Phillip Kerr) and Lord Robert Cecil. Chaim Weismann
recognized that Zionism was part of a larger game: "To
[Cecil], the re-establishment of a Jewish Homeland in
Palestine and the organization of the world in a great
federation were complementary features in the next step
in the management of human affairs..." (Reed,
Controversy of Zion, p. 249.)
University professor Caroll Quigley lists about 100
participants in this world government conspiracy in the
Appendix of his book, "The
Anglo American Establishment" (1981) They include
the above names along with Cecil Rhodes, Lionel Curtis,
Wiliam T. Stead, Geoffrey Dawson and Earl Grey. I recognized
only three Jews: Nathan Rothschild, Leopold Amery and Alfred
relates how a group of aristocratic families centered on the
Cecils has dominated British politics for centuries. They
spawned the secret society organized by Cecil Rhodes and
Nathan Rothschild in 1891, which Rhodes called "a church for
the extension of the British Empire." (34) Known as "The
Round Table" and the "Milner group," its goal was world
domination by the British elite including recolonization of
The politicians that backed Zionism belonged to this
Masonic organization. They were Illuminati or served them.
Their world government is dedicated to enthroning Lucifer as
God of this world. They created Zionism and Communism, also
Masonic organizations, to advance this agenda.
A HERO FOR ASSIMILATED JEWS
Edwin Montagu, the second son of the silver bullion dealer
Samuel Montagu, was caught between his father's Orthodox
Judaism and desire to be an Englishman. He rejected Judaism
but was not about to abandon his Jewish identity. "I will
always be a good Jew according to my lights," he wrote his
father, "my definition differing from yours."