Thursday, June 14, 2012

Did Jefferson Davis Work for Money Power? ...

Was the Civil War a Gigantic False Flag?
Monday, June 11, 2012 – by Staff Report
Caveat Lector
Davis served as President Franklin Pierce's war secretary and while Pierce was
an ardent states' rights advocate, it was also widely reported that he had
relations with a powerful US secret society – the Knights of the Golden Circle.
Here's a brief description from a book on the Knights entitled, The Mysterious
and Secret Order of the Knights of the Golden Circle ...
Few people know of the Knights of the Golden Circle and even fewer know about
the purpose for which it existed. It is probably the greatest untold story today
in the history of the United States. That is unusual because during the last
century this very large, powerful, secret and subversive southern organization
had such a profound influence and effect over the course of many years that they
almost succeeded in changing the course of our history.
It has been said of them that they were one of the deadliest, wealthiest, most
secretive and subversive spy and underground organizations in the history of the
world. It is known that they operated not only in the United States, but also
around the glove for 65 years (1851 to 1916). Also, that the original Ku Klux
Klan was their military arm. Some of the finest and craftiest brains in the
South helped organize and direct the activities of the Knights of the Golden
Circle. The group was heavy on ritual, most of which was borrowed from the
Masonic Lodge and later from the Knights of Pythias. Some were also members of
the Rosicrucians.
We don't ordinarly give much credence to secret societies. In the modern era we
tend to think they are used mostly as dominant social themes, fear-based
promotional ploys designed to intimidate people. In today's world, we tend to
believe that the powers-that-be function as a kind of criminal mafia, not as a
religious or "magical" cult.
But in the past, before the advent of extensive and secure communications, there
is no doubt that secret societies served a purpose. And thus we would inquire,
Was Jefferson Davis involved with the Knights ... and to what end?