Section 1: Quick summary of FDR and the UN.
Section 2: Profiles of eleven key figures in FDR’s Crypto-Communist administration, listing important facts in bullet-point format.
1. Historical context and background info
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was perhaps the most influential public-facing political leader of the Second World War. He defined modern American “liberalism” (i.e. Leftism) and, unfortunately, the heinous legacy of his administration endures to this day.
Historians often associate him with the ‘Liberal Internationalist’ movement, alongside influential figures such as Woodrow Wilson, Alfred Zimmern, and Norman Angell. This informal ideology was popular during the 19th and 20th Centuries and is best described as “Communism-Lite.” Its main purpose was the founding of a world government or “global governance” via multilateral organizations. FDR had been involved with the one-world government project since the 1920s when he supported the League of Nations and was instrumental in the founding of the United Nations, the League’s successor and current de facto world government.
The FDR administration drafted proposals for a world alliance against the nationalist Axis powers, with the postwar aims of founding a new international order (to replace the ineffective and powerless League of Nations), and promoting global trade, social welfare, and a “world free from want and fear.” In other words: World government, socialism, material superabundance, and the eradication of “bigotry.” (It’s Communism-Lite, remember?).
This alliance was realized in 1942 at the Arcadia Conference headed by FDR and Churchill when the Allied ‘Big Four’ (USA, USSR, UK, and China, also known as the ‘Four Policemen’) signed the Declaration by United Nations. The ‘United Nations’ (a term coined by Roosevelt himself) became the formal moniker for the Allied powers during the Second World War and the Declaration formed the basis of the postwar United Nations Charter. It was signed by 50 original member states in 1945 and now includes 193 of the 195 countries in the world.
Both Churchill and Roosevelt were 33rd Degree Freemasons who were “personally advised” by influential bankers, such as Bernard Baruch, who all belonged to a certain ethnoreligious group. We find similar connections at the Paris Peace Conference, which produced the League of Nations:
- Woodrow Wilson was “advised” by Bernard Baruch.
- Lloyd George’s private secretary was a Rothschild.
- Georges Clemenceau’s interior minister and “right-hand man” was a Rothschild.
- The Warburgs of the Federal Reserve banking cartel acted as “economic advisors” to the conference.
The United Nations was a product of an unholy alliance between Liberals, like Woodrow Wilson, Leftists, such as the Fabian Socialists (who claim that they “pioneered the idea of a United Nations,” which is kind of true), international finance capitalists, including the Rockefellers, and a wide array of bizarre occultists and religious fanatics, including Theosophists, Quakers, and Kabbalists.
2. Key figures in the FDR administration
The FDR administration was so infested with Socialists and Soviet spies that it was essentially a covert Communist takeover. It was often described as such at the time by crazy “conspiracy theorists” and bigoted “reactionaries” but, unsurprisingly, the administration displayed no interest in investigating its own Communist corruption. Roosevelt was even warned about Communist infiltrators by ex-Soviet agents, like Whittaker Chambers, but dismissed the claims as nonsense. Modern Leftists paradoxically argue that the FDR administration was “distracted” from investigating Communist infiltration because people kept accusing them of being Communists. Eventually, the administration was investigated by a secret US military counterintelligence program known as the Venona Project (1943-1980), which was conducted without the administration’s knowledge. The project unmasked countless Communists and Soviet spies within the US government, up to the highest levels, many of whom were hand-picked by Roosevelt himself.
2.1. Profiles of leading figures
1. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882–1945)
- “Liberal Internationalist” (Communist-Lite).
- Major architect of the United Nations (a rebrand of the earlier League of Nations).
- Coined the UN ‘Four Policemen’ concept, whereby the USA, UK, USSR, and China would maintain order in their respective world spheres.
- Cooperated closely with Stalin.
2. Henry A. Wallace (1888–1965)
Secretary of Agriculture, Vice President
- Vocal opponent of segregation, campaigned for racial and gender equality and other domestic Leftist policies, alongside conciliatory policies toward the USSR.
- Associated with Theosophy.
- Constantly accused of being a Communist.
- Endorsed by the American Communist Party.
- Ran the Agricultural Adjustment Administration, which was riddled with Communists and Soviet spies (e.g. the ‘Ware Group’).
- Eventually fired by President Truman for having Soviet sympathies.
3. Harry Hopkins (1890–1946)
Secretary of Commerce
- Architect of the New Deal.
- Became one of FDR’s closest advisors before WW2 and was the closest advisor from 1940 onwards.
- Co-drafted the Declaration by the United Nations.
- Worked for the American Red Cross, an organization founded by the Rockefellers and used to funnel money into the USSR under the guise of “humanitarian aid.”
- Influential on US foreign policy regarding the USSR and was the top US diplomat assigned to dealing with Soviet officials, including Stalin himself.
- Had more diplomatic power than the entire State Department.
- Ran the Lend-Lease program during WW2, which supplied the USSR with food, oil, and other materials valuing a total of ~150 billion dollars at 2020 rates.
- Was likely the Soviet spy codenamed “19” who was exposed by the Venona Project.
- Either way, he was so pro-Soviet that he may as well have been a Stalinist spy.
4. Cordell Hull (1871–1955)
Secretary of State
- A major architect of the United Nations; drafted the Charter of the United Nations in 1943.
- Not pro-Communist but much of his staff was rabidly so, and many were Communist agents.
5. Frances Perkins (1880–1965)
Secretary of Labor
- First female presidential cabinet secretary.
- Pro-immigrant and pro-refugee.
- Major architect of the New Deal.
- Designed the Social Security Act of 1935.
- Refused to deport subversive Communist militants, like Harry Bridges.
- Joined the Socialist Party in Philadelphia around 1907.
6. Harold L. Ickes (1874–1952)
- A major architect of the New Deal and responsible for implementing much of the agenda.
- Promoted racial integration.
- Was ex-president of the Chicago National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), which was, more or less, a Communist/Socialist organization.
- As part of the New Deal, he Introduced a racial quota system that required contractors to hire Blacks.
- Staunch anti-nationalist, but paradoxically promoted Third World nationalism via anti-colonialist or anti-imperialist policies.
- Was also an ardent Zionist, i.e. Jewish nationalist (see: ‘Ickes Supports Jewish Commonwealth’ by the B’nai B’rith Messenger).
- Claimed to “hate Communism.”
- Believed that the ongoing world struggle was between “Democracy” and “Fascism.”
- Implied that Communism was the pinnacle of “Democracy” by describing it as “the very antithesis of Nazism” and claiming that it is “founded on the belief in the control of government […] by the people themselves.”
- Was linked to the Hollywood Anti-Nazi League, a Communist front organization founded by the Kremlin-directed CPUSA.
7. Henry Morgenthau Jr (1891–1967)
- Implemented the economic system that would define the postwar period by helping to create the United Nations international finance network centered around the World Bank and IMF.
- President of the Bretton Woods Conference, at which this system was established.
- Played a major role in foreign policy, particularly the Soviet Lend-Lease scheme.
- Also involved with the new Deal.
- Most renowned for developing the genocidal Morgenthau Plan to cripple Germany (the plan was originally supported by Roosevelt until it was leaked and bad press forced him to backtrack).
- Zionist / Jewish nationalist — which explains his extreme hostility to the German people — who was more concerned with Israel than America.
- From 1945, he spent the remainder of his life working as a financial advisor to the Israeli government.
- Supervised numerous Soviet agents but was probably not a Soviet agent himself.
8. Frank Murphy (1890–1949)
Associate Justice, Attorney General
- Opposed interning Japanese-Americans during WW2 because it was the “legalization of racism.”
- Made the first mention of “racism” in any Supreme Court opinion.
- Accused of being an emotional busybody who judged for desired results and progressive ideals instead of what was true.
- Supported Blacks, aliens, criminals, dissenters, and other outsiders.
- No confirmed links to Communism but definitely a subversive Leftist.
9. Harry Dexter White (1892–1948)
Treasury Department Official
- Jewish immigrant.
- Worked closely with Morgenthau.
- Hired by Morgenthau’s advisor, Jacob Viner (also a Jewish immigrant).
- Principal architect behind the genocidal Morgenthau Plan.
- Senior American official at the 1944 Bretton Woods conference that established the postwar economic order.
- Reportedly dominated the conference and imposed his vision.
- Major architect of the World Bank and IMF.
- Described by historians as “manipulating” FDR and Morgenthau to provoke war with Japan to protect the USSR’s eastern flank (but doubtful that they would need to be “manipulated” as they were pro-Soviet warmongers).
- Blocked a $200,000,000 loan to Nationalist China in 1943 when inflation was spiraling out of control, causing the collapse of the nationalist support base and facilitating the CCP’s rise to power.
- Committed suicide in 1948 after he was accused of being a Soviet agent.
- Was 100% confirmed as a Soviet spy by the Venona Project.
10. Lauchlin Currie (1902–1993)
Treasury Department Official, FDR’s White House economist
- Became a US citizen in 1934 and immediately joined the Treasury via Jacob Viner.
- Assisted with Lend-Lease, recommending that China be added to the program.
- Played a leading role in provoking war with Japan by increasing sanctions and embargos, and creating documents that advocated for the bombing of Japan in May 1941, six months before Pearl Harbor.
- Assisted with preparations for the Bretton Woods conference.
- Worked for the World Bank’s International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
- Identified as a Communist spy by the Venona Project and subsequently deported from America as his citizenship was revoked.
11. Alger Hiss (1904–1996)
State Department Official
- Worked for Hull as ‘Special Advisor on Eastern Affairs.’
- Major architect of the United Nations.
- Executive Secretary of the Dumbarton Oaks Conference on International Peace and Security Organization, which planned the creation of a postwar organization to succeed the League of Nations, as per the Moscow Declaration of 1943.
- Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on International Organization, which created the United Nations Charter.
- Participated in the Yalta Conference negotiations as a US delegate.
- Helped write the Declaration of Liberated Europe, which placed Eastern Europe in the hands of the Soviets.
- Was convicted as a Communist spy and jailed in 1951.
- Described as one of the most influential Communists in the State Department.
So, that’s a microcosm of who was leading America during the Second World War. Major architects of the postwar economic system were Soviet spies. Major architects of the United Nations were Soviet spies. Major architects of American foreign policy towards the Soviet Union were Soviet spies. Those who were not out-and-out Soviet spies were home-grown Socialists who promoted racial and gender equality, hated nationalism (except for Zionism, naturally), and aimed to massively expand the power of the state. They laid the political foundations for the “Civil Rights” Era, which marked the beginning of the worldwide anti-White revolution. Of course, there was a handful of good men in the FDR administration, but they were powerless in the face of the Leftist behemoth.