Monday, October 20, 2003

From today (a great read every day)
From England (part of Airstrip One): the decline and fall of the mother country
And how the US is becoming like it
by John Langley
It's no wonder really - the British Empire didn't collapse; it just morphed with the de facto capital shifting from London to Washington right after World War I. (The people didn't know it and the maps didn't show it until after World War II.) This under-the-radar continuation of the empire was what the Rhodes Group, now the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), was specifically all about. And perhaps such was the ultimate plan with World War I, paid for with the blood of British troops, Australian troops at Gallipoli, and ultimately millions (outnumbering the Holocaust) of Russian civilians.

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