Verily, Versailles

The War to End All Wars did not live up to its name. All too soon there was a sequel, due in no small measure to a treaty that focused far more on the division of spoils than on the promise of lasting peace. Germany was effectively drawn and quartered at Versailles and the world would feel the repercussions of that duplicitous diplomacy just a generation later when an embittered veteran named Adolf Hitler was voted into office.

Just what was detailed in this notorious treaty? If one were to ask the US Senate, the Congress, or the American citizens who watched the drama unfold they would answer with a perplexed I don’t know. This was not sheer disinterest or laziness on their part, for President Wilson had actually forbade any copies of the treaty from being seen by ANY American, but a very select few did. Who were these few? The short list consists of – wait for it – bankers. Yes, bankers whom we might refer to today with that new dreaded term, globalists.

Oddly, this is nearly the same list of elites we see behind the Federal Reserve Act. Why is this handful of suits one might fairly label a cartel of international financiers involved in the business of war? The question, of course, contains the answer – war is a business. Controversy ensued when rumors surfaced that the bankers had seen the treaty; no one was supposed to have copies though plenty in Europe had seen it and the document could have been leaked by any number of ambassadors. Yes, those pesky “leaks” happened well before the internet, and the Versailles drama was one such leak.

Why all the drama? One of many reasons was that America, via its cartel of bankers, was offering Europe a massive loan for rebuilding – and there was a fortune to be made in interest on that loan. Who was to administer this loan? The Federal Reserve, which is not federal but private. It was only natural for the bankers to be involved. These bankers, by the way, were the same suits filling full the pockets of Russian revolutionaries like Trostsky and Lenin. My, what a tangled web the banker weaves when trying to bring the world to its knees.

The icing on the treaty cake? The terms of this loan just happened to create an economically unified Europe and the bankers in question just happened to place themselves in charge of the rebuilding and repayment processes. Suspicious? Yes it is, but we do call them globalists for a reason. And the reason for not allowing actual elected officials to see the treaty? They likely would not have approved of the outrageous loan terms and so the document was kept under lock and key, quite literally.

Nonetheless, our cartel of suits knew all about the treaty, and soon the world knew as Germany was hacked and slashed, fortunes were transferred, and sovereignty was lost on large chunks of the Western map. Why does this matter today? Dominoes. Versailles led to another World War, the creation of Israel, then a Cold War and all of its ramifications, and the slow but steady growth of the German guilt complex which is still used to justify the pillaging and plundering of Germany today, not to mention that of the rest of the white world.

Meanwhile, the suits of the cartel spin their loans, suck out their compounded interest, and throw what’s left to the four winds. Soon, the Western world will be drained. And then?

*For further details please see: Investigation Relevant to the Peace Treaty with Germany: Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Hearing, Sixty-sixth Congress, First Session. Persuant to Senate Resolution 64: Directing the Committee on Foreign Relations to Investigate…1919. The title in its entirety is cumbersome, but this is more than enough to find it.

Rachel Summers
Known as the Dropout Philosopher, Rachel Summers walked away from the Ivory Tower, spent a year in a motorcycle mechanics program, and started research for her first novel, CondAmnation, in a local Harley Davidson shop. Her novels are what some have called a journey into antinomian mysteriosophy, where socially sanctioned morality is turned on its head in order to shake out just a few drops of enlightenment.

Summers holds degrees in History, Comparative Religions, English Literature, and Philosophy but ran afoul of academia when her dissertation proposal was rejected as something that might cause a scandal or, worse yet, cause the check-signing alumni to sign fewer checks. Welcomed to stay and write if she accepted a pre-approved project, she chose to leave and vowed to cause a scandal indeed, whether with pen or sword. She is currently writing her fifth novel as well as articles for the Revolutionary Conservative and Europa Sun Magazine; thus far, the sword remains sheathed. You can buy her books at