Theodore Roosevelt

Why the Money Trust wanted war: The British "Gold Plot"

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2019-03-11 23:41

The two J. P. Morgans, father and son, stroll together dressed in identical clothing, the uniform of the wealthy banker of the day, except for their hats. The elder Morgan died in 1913, leaving everything to his son, who became the agent for the British Government in the U.S. during the Great War. The Morgans were not Jewish, but Episcopalian.


vol. 3 no. 6   September 15, 1915   Page 3

WHY THE MONEY TRUST WANTS WAR

Part IV—WALL STREET'S BRITISH GOLD PLOT

by Charles A. Collman

I INTEND to tell an amazing story of a plot engineered by London bankrupts, with whom miserable men in Wall Street have combined to ruin us—their fellow countrymen. I shall describe how all the insidious weapons of the Money Trust are being used to further this traitorous design.