Begin a 12 minutes:
Then 14: 25
As you listen, it becomes clear that William Bullitt pushed Roosevelt into influencing Chamberlain into blundering both Britain and the US into the German war on Bolshevik Russia.
We assert that as the Bush family, Prescott and then his sons, William Bullitt were agents of the Rothschilds, like Alexander Hamilton and current US President Donald Trump
The video, once you read between the lines a bit, is a wonderful reveal of Deep State operations.
“Bullitt was born to a prominent Philadelphia family, the son of Louisa Gross (Horwitz)  and William Christian Bullitt Sr. His grandfather was John Christian Bullitt, founder of the law firm today known as Drinker Biddle & Reath. He graduated from Yale University in 1912, after having been voted “most brilliant” in his class. He briefly attended Harvard Law School but dropped out on the death of his father in 1914. At Yale, he was a member of Scroll and Key.”
Campaign against Sumner Welles
In the late 1930s, the US State Department was divided by rivalry between Secretary of State Cordell Hull and Undersecretary Sumner Welles, who was Roosevelt’s favorite. Bullitt, who disliked Welles, was allied with Hull and Department Counselor R. Walton Moore.
In September 1940, Welles, while drunk, made homosexual propositions to a pair of railroad porters. Bullitt learned of the incident through Moore, who, at his death, passed affidavits sworn by the propositioned porters to Bullitt. Bullitt used that information to campaign for Welles’s resignation. Roosevelt long resisted taking any action against Welles. Elliot Roosevelt later wrote that his father believed that Bullitt had bribed the porters to make overtures to Welles to entrap him.
On April 23, 1941, Bullitt confronted the President with his evidence, but Roosevelt refused to yield to Bullitt’s demands and dismissed him from any further significant duties with the State Department. At one point, he suggested to Hull that Bullitt should be appointed Ambassador to Liberia, one of the worst postings in the Foreign Service.
In 1942, Bullitt pushed the story to Vice President Henry A. Wallace and to Secretary Hull. Roosevelt told Wallace that Bullitt ought to “burn in hell” for what he was saying about Welles. In early 1943, Hull began to demand Welles’ removal. Bullitt now informed Senator Owen Brewster, a Republican, a strong opponent of Roosevelt. Brewster threatened a senatorial inquiry. The potential scandal finally forced Roosevelt to act, and on September 30, 1943, Welles resigned. Roosevelt remained very angry with Bullitt and refused to give him any government post.
“Freedom Betrayed is the culmination of an extraordinary literary project launched by Herbert Hoover during World War II: a memoir that evolved into a comprehensive critique of U.S. foreign policy under President Franklin Roosevelt. Hoover wanted his tome to be the definitive indictment of what he called the “lost statesmanship” of his presidential successor.
Made available to scholars and others for the first time in 2011, nearly half a century after Hoover’s death, the book was edited by George H. Nash. In his lecture, Dr. Nash will tell the story and assess the significance of this remarkable volume that Hoover called his “Magnum Opus” and “will and testament” to the American people. The Center for Presidential History: http://www.smu.edu/CPH”
Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world’s largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues.
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