Toomas Trei, Activist Post
When the peoples of Europe who escaped to the West in advance of the communist onslaught at the close of World War II are asked the question as to ‘what happened to their people and countries at the end of the War’, an overwhelming majority will say that their nations were ‘sold out’ to the communists and Soviet dictator Premier Joseph Stalin by American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR).
Today some historians recognize that this acquiescence was a tragic mistake whereby over one hundred million people and their nations in Eastern and Central Europe were left to Stalin’s mass murdering and enslaving Soviet communists, while others will state that it was the ‘cost of doing business’. However, ignored is not the question of what happened, but rather the question of whether this FDR action was just part of the continuum of the global bankers’ hidden geo-political agenda.
This essay looks briefly at the influence these bankers had on FDR’s mentors, Woodrow Wilson’s presidency, and their continued influence on FDR’s policies and actions, including the establishment of post World War II boundaries in Europe.
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The Global Bankers' FDR: A Communist Fellow Traveller (part 1 of 5)