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The Day We See The Truth And Cease To Speak it, Is The Day We Begin To Die. MLK Jr.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Quotes from the book, F.D.R. - My Exploited Father-in-Law

This month is dedicated to United States of America; 

                    THE FREEMEN

Dear Brethren,

 Lies we are taught;

1.     American’s have freedom of Information (Remember Julian Assange, the person who was persecuted for telling the truth to American’s)

2.     American’s are not afraid of truth.

3.     Americans are taught the truth about International affairs.

4.     American’s have Freedom to choose their own President.

5.     America is run by its president. (There is no hidden government which runs the president).


Now the truth;

Some time back I had written how when FDR realized that he has been suckered, he tried to do for once what he believed was right but then he was assassinated. See the link here;


Here are a few Quotes from the book, F.D.R. - My Exploited Father-in-Law by Curtis B. Dall. Revised Edition, 1968;which prove that lies are being taught.


Dedicated to young Americans-May you benefit from observing how certain shadowy forces contrive to ruthlessly advance their own financial and ideological objectives at your expense. They select, then groom, and ultimately control many of our highest government officials. They plan the wars and through "foreign policy" arrange to set the stage for incidents to initiate hostilities. They overwork the word "Peace" to mislead you and create a plausible smoke screen in order to conceal their real operations. You can recognize who "they" are.

Pg. ii:
The American people are not reared and trained to become international minded schemers. As a result, we have become the ready victims of those who have been reared and steeped in that type of training. In addition, as a people, we are too inclined to hedonism, deeply absorbed in a program of pleasure. Toward that end, we are being encouraged and daily "molded" by our foreign influenced press, radio, and TV programs. We are encouraged to become absorbed in the trivial, for obvious reasons, by dedicated world planners.

Let us not fool ourselves. The wealth, freedom and liberty of the American people are being stolen and steadily nibbled away. Today, as easy suckers, we are buying many overpriced, political "benefits," all paid for, of course, with our own hard-earned money!

We have also been goaded into trying to run the affairs of other nations which yield a fine profit for the world money powers who are in the know on credits and markets. Whether you realize it or not, that has all been planned for you in just that way.

Pg. iii:
Furthermore, our land has been and is being flooded with vast numbers of "image making" books, carefully written about numerous important citizens in public life, which aim to further certain long range international policies.
False images and "managed news," however, will soon lead to the destruction of a free people, if we allow it. "We" means you and me. It is for you, primarily, that this book has been written.

There are those, no doubt, who may disagree with some observations that appear in this book. That is quite all right with me. However, by all means let such a voice come forward suitably, not to disagree and not to disprove, but to improve! My only request is that the well known "smear technique," so frequently employed as an argument, be replaced with facts, not by smears that approach blackmail handed out by anyone, including some well paid columnists. I do not plan to retreat.

Well do I recall a meaningful observation - "It is better to light one small candle in a dark room than to live forever in the dark!"

I hope this, my modest "candle," may burn brightly and be of some value to my fellow citizens here and also to citizens of other lands. Then, the "dark room" may thereby become a bit "lighter."
Curtis Dall

Pg. 22-23:
The theatre, or a Hollywood motion picture film, is designed to please an audience and thereby invite numerous ticket purchasers for cash. A political production, or image presentation, via a purported and well-advertised "platform", is designed to please and attract a larger audience", not for cash, but for votes. If successful, the political entrepreneurs, by means of a few "suggested" legislative bills (loudly proclaimed to be in the public interest, of course) find ways to amply reward themselves and their leading actors. Usually, carefully screened leading "actors" are picked well in advance of election day by a small group, picked for both major parties, thereby reducing the promotional risk to just about zero.

On the political stage, one must be groomed by "backers" to become a "statesman." It is desirable for such a candidate to have great personal ambition and, perchance, to be vulnerable to blackmail for some past occurrences; hence, someone not apt to become too independent in time, but always amenable to "suggestions" on the policy level. Thus, with tact and extended effort, along with amenability, one might become a statesman. In due course, Franklin Roosevelt became a talented, super "Barrymore" on the political stage, as he was quite willing to dabble his toe in the waters of political expediency, even political indiscretion, to secure the carefully muffled applause of his backers.

Pg. 29:
Freddy Warburg was often available to help me, and many were the hours that we spent together, deep down under 15 Broad Street in the vault! .. One interesting anecdote he described to me took place at the close of World War 1, in November 1918. It seems his uncle, Max Warburg, of Hamburg, Germany, had been one of the Kaiser's top Secret Service men. It was he who arranged for the first sealed train after the Armistice to pass through Germany, carrying to Trotsky in Russia $500,000 in gold. This seemed to me, at the time, to be a lot of gold to send to Trotsky, or to any one man! However, Russia, in my mind, was then far away. (About Russian Revolution being conducted by world money’ers and not by Russians. See here the details

Pg. 54-55:
The World-Money managers had figured in mid-1929 it was time to cause a change in the Administration in 1932. They saw to it that "recovery" from the Crash was delayed until after the Inauguration of their candidate, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, in 1933 to make the most profit financially and politically. Even to many amateurs, it was manifest the "drivers" of the Democratic political vehicle did not wish to cooperate with President Hoover to save many banks from failing in late 1932 and early 1933; they wanted the financial mess to deepen in severity, both for beneficial political effect starting on March 4th, and for maximum profits to accrue to insiders, in picking up desirable "pieces" at rock-bottom prices.

Pg. 57-58:
The deceptive overtones of Pearl Harbor, the pro-Soviet peace terms at the close of World War II, the refusal of General Eisenhower to let General Patton conclude a proper military objective and take Berlin, Eisenhower's cruel unheard of forced-repatriation program; the Berlin Corridor Arrangement, Harry Hopkins’ sending abroad to the Soviets our U. S. money plates, paper and ink, for them to rob and fleece us, the tragic matter of Governor Earle (not to stop World War II sooner, to be dealt with later), all these things did not seem proper and were most disturbing to me!

On the other hand, Joe Stalin, aided by his associates and stooges on both sides of the Atlantic, readily succeeded in trading the "pants" off FDR, which means you, good reader, also this country and myself. Stalin, curiously enough, didn't even have to trade hard. The results were clearly just what some Council on Foreign Relations (C.F.R.) advisors, and others, wanted. The plans became a reality, and a wind-fall for the Soviets!

Pg. 67:
I did not foresee also that the Professor (Felix Frankfurter) would be quoted, in due course, as saying, "The real rulers in Washington are invisible, and exercise power from behind the scenes." This startling observation is somewhat a paraphrase of a statement by Benjamin Disraeli, who, in 1844, published his novel, Coningsby, in which occurs the passage, "So you see, my dear Coningsby, the world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes."

Pg. 71:
Long before World War I broke out, Bernard Baruch was an important figure in Wall Street. After World War I, he became a Titan!
By 1914, Bernard Baruch had developed two unusual qualities. First, those of an able financier, a man with an alert, broad vision. Secondly, he was one who had gained the confidence of important world politicians and world money powers. This combination of talents caught the "eye" of world money and the "ear" of world political leaders, those who actually groom and select the candidates for President and Vice President in advance, for both the Republican and Democratic Party slates.

If, perchance, some readers should be startled by that observation, I am most sympathetic with them and their feelings, because I was likewise startled when I first learned about that situation. Then I began to study the matter, which is a subject not appearing in high school or college textbooks, but emerges only from much exploratory work, and placing the pieces together to form a mosaic.

Before World War I, it was said that "Barney" Baruch was worth a million dollars or more. After World War I was over, it was alleged that he was worth about two hundred million dollars, a suitable figure for a Titan.
Pg. 133:
I have often wondered if, as part of a long-range plan, FDR deliberately ignored the possibility and danger of an attack on Pearl Harbor by the approaching massive Japanese Task Force, an attack made on us almost by engraved invitation. He must have! Then, if such were the case, he must have wanted it. Who told him to "want" it? What manner of leadership was that? Had the virus of great power so altered the chemistry and character of the man I was very fond of to such an extent that I could not recognize him?
Who told FDR that a "Pearl Harbor" was necessary? Did he fall for the one-world-despot theory? Was that where he was supposed to come in for Glory?

Pg. 142:
The accounts concerning FDR's death differed considerably.
"I suppose you know what finally happened to FDR there?"
I replied, this time rather firmly, "No, I do not. I've read several different accounts of it." Then I turned my attention to breaking a dinner roll for the addition of some butter, as a diversionary operation.
"Well", she said, "how very extraordinary!" Whereupon she began to tell me some alleged details concerning the distressing incident, as I looked in vain for some relief from my left side. Unfortunately, that lady was deep in conversation with the gentleman on her left.
That recital from her about Warm Springs hit me like a thunderbolt. I began to feel ill, and bluntly said,
"How do you know and where did you hear all these things you are telling me?"
She replied equally firm, "My cousin, Frank Allcorn, was Mayor of Warm Springs at the time; he told me!"
I put down my spoon for good and almost left the table, but decided it would be best for me to sit it out. Dinner was then completely finished for me. Apparently, from what I heard, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., was
there in Warm Springs at the time. What a strange coincidence! I wondered who left Warm Springs in the car with him.

Pg. 143:
The body of FDR, I heard, was taken to Macon, Georgia, where he was cremated. The almost empty casket containing his ashes then travelled north. Small wonder that Joe Stalin, that unfriendly, rugged realist, pointedly commented in the press, "The body did not lie in State!"
I subsequently read some of Doc O'Connors comments, along with those of other writers, on the subject.
Much of it sounded like "canned" material, well polished for a specific political effect.

Pg. 162:
the Admiral said, "Colonel Dall, interestingly enough, or perhaps significantly enough, I had not been long in that Command when an order came through from Washington for me to transfer several capital ships and some auxiliaries, including oilers, for duty in other areas, which reduced my strength about 20%. Then, several months later, in June of 1941, as I recall it, I was ordered to detach and transfer more capital ships. Becoming most disturbed by this time, I went to Washington and protested that order coming from Admiral Stark. I did manage to have the order somewhat modified by him, but I was further weakened—something which puzzled me no end."
I remarked, "Admiral, on that June trip, did you try to see FDR?"
"Yes", was the reply, "I tried, but Roosevelt did not wish to see me."
At my indicated look of surprise, the Admiral continued, "To cap it all, in the late Fall of 1941, not very long before the attack occurred, the Navy Department in Washington ordered my three carriers detached,
sending one to Wake, one to Midway and one back to home waters. So, on December 7, 1941, my fleet was deprived of carrier air strength. General Short had about 12 Army reconnaissance planes, of which only six were in operational condition for extended reconnaissance over water!"
The Admiral then arose and walked slowly about the room to stretch his legs, and continued his startling remarks.
"Colonel Dall, this may further surprise you, but I found out later that the Japanese Task Force approaching Pearl Harbor, had specific orders that if the American Forces at Pearl Harbor became alerted, before the attack was launched, their Task Force was to return, at once, to Japanese waters, without attacking! Hence, to me this explained why much vitally important information contained in the decoded and translated Japanese cables received in Washington was deliberately withheld from the U. S. Commanders at Hawaii, lest the Japs alter their plans to attack under the favorable conditions duly created for them by Washington."

Pg 173:
Interestingly enough it was One World Money, largely, that financed Woodrow Wilson's successful major political safari, and safely delivered him into the White House. Thereafter, he was its "Good Man Friday" and dutifully performed! He was promptly urged to reverse our country's long established Foreign Policy from one of Nationalism and Profit to one of Internationalism and Debt! He was the object of very great foreign pressure to commit this Country to Europe's World War I. Vast war profits amassed by it found their way to the coffers of World Bankers on both sides of that conflict.

Upon returning from the unsuccessful Peace Conference at Versailles, President Wilson stated, "There is a secret force at work in Europe which we were unable to trace." My feeling is that Col. House, his adviser, readily understood and could easily trace it.

Senator McCumber, at a Foreign Relations Committee hearing, Sixty-Sixth Congress, put this question to President Woodrow Wilson: "Do you think if Germany had committed no act of war, or no act of injustice against our citizens, that we would have gotten into this war?"
President Wilson: "I do think so."
Senator McCumber: "You think we would have gotten in anyway?"
President Wilson: "I do."[3]
Wilson dared not falter in paying-off his pre-election commitment to his One-World Banking Sponsors.
What more informative words can we possibly hope for, as to how this country was deliberately maneuvered into World War I, at great cost to us, and great profit to others?
It will be informative to recall that Lenin later said: "The First World War gave us Russia while the Second World War will hand Europe to us."[4]
Could Lenin have known far in advance that General Patton would not be allowed to take Berlin? Could the C.F.R. have planned those matters that far in advance for us to "lose" World War II? Perhaps they did have the blueprint then for the great "no win" policy. So it appears.
Again quoting, "Thru their cunning, this international crowd manipulated the United States into three wars, where we had no business; in which we could gain nothing."

Pg. 190:
A needed public monument for Woodrow Wilson is suggested to mark a most important event in December, 1913, when by an Act, he delivered a mis-informed Congress (meaning you and myself), into the awaiting clutches of the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank group with its powerful Board of Governors, making billions by printing our own money for a very small fee, and then charging us interest on our own credit! (It is an incredibly expensive operation for intelligent people to condone!)
Added public recognition must be accorded to Woodrow Wilson for his unremitting efforts in pushing this country into the intricate pattern of European Wars, to repay a personal pre election political debt, by piling great debt and losses upon his country.

Pg. 190-191:
The distinguished English writer, A. K. Chesterton aptly comments about Global Goals, and I quote from his revealing and brilliant book, "The New Unhappy Lords."
"The final act of Bretton Woods, which gave birth to the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, the Dumbarton Oaks Conference which created the United Nations and all its agencies, the Havana Conference which produced the General Agreement in Tariffs and Trade, and many similar assemblies of hand picked functionaries were not incubated by hard-pressed Governments engaged in waging war, but by a Supranational Money Power which could afford to look ahead to the shaping of a post war world that would serve its interest."[13] (Italics mine.)
"Alien Forces now beset us,
With their borings, in the night
By deceit and machinations,
On this Land have cast a blight,
Rally to our God, and Country,
Defend our Freedom and Its Law,
Forge a Sword for this Great Nation,
In the Halls of Old Nassau!"

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Saturday, July 9, 2011

The (Masonic) Nation – United States of America.

This month is dedicated to United States of America; 

                    THE FREEMEN

Sr. No 2/5. First published on  Dated 1st May, 2007
Dear Brethren,

The (Masonic) Nation – United States of America. 

On the 18th September, 1793, the first President of the United States took part in a Masonic ceremony to officially mark the beginning of the construction of the Capitol in Washington, D.C. Wearing his own Masonic apron, George Washington marched to the site with members of a number of local Freemasonry lodges, and then descended into the construction pit which housed the cornerstone of the building. Washington placed a silver plate upon the cornerstone, and then made the standard Masonic ‘offerings’ of corn, wine and oil. The Masonic tools carried by Washington on this momentous day are still held at a lodge in the District of Columbia.

To many of us today, it seems strange that such an important day in the history of the United States of America would have such an overtly Masonic theme.

The idea that the United States may have been founded as a ‘Masonic Republic’ based on Masonic / Utopian ideals is not a new one. In 1897, an American army officer named Charles Totten wrote “there are mysteries connected with the birth of this Republic”. Totten had been investigating the strange iconography of the Great Seal of the United States, and through his research became convinced that the birth of the American nation could be related to the Masonic vision of the Englishman Sir Francis Bacon a well known freemason, which he described in 1626 in his allegorical novel The New Atlantis. The esoteric author Manly P. Hall also claimed in his book The Secret Destiny of America that Bacon himself had decided that the Utopian dream could be realized in North America.

Historian Ron Heisler suggests another link between Utopian/masonic visions in Europe and the new colony in America. Heisler discovered that the German occultist – and staunch Rosicrucian – Michael Maier was in close contact with a number of individuals connected with the Virginia Company. This group of wealthy individuals had been granted a royal charter by James I in 1606, giving them virtually unlimited power of government in the New World colony. This charter had been drafted by none other than Sir Francis Bacon a freemason. Heisler believes that Maier’s well-known alchemical tract Atalanta Fugiens “may have been deeply inspired by the Utopian vision of America.”

American scholar Donald R. Dickson provides yet another link between the Utopian dreamers and the Virginian settlement in his book The Tessera of Antilia. Dickson’s investigations uncovered the existence of a fraternity known as ‘Antilia’, which counted Valentin Andreae – the author of the original Rosicrucian documents – among its participants. Inspired by both the Rosicrucian tracts as well as the writings of Sir Francis Bacon, this brotherhood at one point contemplated emigrating en masse to Virginia in order to found their own new society.

Why were these groups were so set on a ‘fresh start’ in the New World Order? The answer lies in the two dominant powers which dominated Europe at the time – the Church and the monarchies. Renaissance thinking, secret societies, and the printing press all posed new and growing threats to those in power. New scientific discoveries, such as Copernicus’ heliocentric model of the Solar System and Newton’s physics, were challenging not only the authority of the Church but also God’s place in the cosmos. Interestngly Sir Issac Newtaon is well known Freemason. Secret societies – even semi-mythical ones such as the Freemasons, Rosicrucians – bravely raised new ideas and challenged the status quo. Scientism gave birth to Deism, which stood in sharp contrast to Christianity with its view that reason, rather than revelation, should be the basis of any belief in God, and that God would not intervene in his creation. As the Enlightenment dawned, many intellectuals found themselves as virtual heretics when compared with the religions, philosophies and governments which controlled European society.

Such was the breeding ground for ideas of a Masonic nation where freedom of religious thought and personal philosophy would be tolerated, and where government would be democratic and for the good of the people. Many Freemasons, such as the great educator Comenius, dreamt of a society where men of opposing philosophies could still work together in the greatest quest of all – the search for knowledge. This pan-sophist philosophy had been enunciated very early on in Bacon’s The New Atlantis, where a group known as the ‘House of Solomon’ was comprised of philosopher-priests united in this very goal. In Bacon’s allegory, we find evidence of many of the philosophies persecuted in Europe: Rosicrucianism, Freemasonry, Utopian thinking and scientism.

Historical evidence militates against the view that those who formulated the fundamental documents of American government were Christians. To the contrary, not a few who wrote and signed the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation and the U. S. Constitution were Deists, Theists and Freemasons. Webster's Dictionary defines "theism" and "deism":

Theism - "belief in the existence of a god or gods; specif: belief in the existence of one God viewed as the creative source of man and the world who transcends yet is immanent in the world."

Deism - "a movement or system of thought advocating natural religions based on human reason rather than revelation, emphasizing morality, and in the 18th century denying the interference of the Creator with the laws of the universe."

One recent historical account of Freemasonry, THE TEMPLE & THE LODGE, boast instead of the profound influence of Freemasonry on the founding documents:

"Of the fifty-six signatories of the Declaration of Independence, nineteen can be identified as Freemasons. Of the general officers in the Continental Army, there were so far as documentation can establish, thirty-three Freemasons out of seventy-four. Granted the known Freemasons were, as a rule, more prominent, more instrumental in shaping the course of events than their unaffiliated colleagues...

"On 11 June, (the Continental) Congress appointed a committee to draft a declaration of independence. Of the five men on this committee, two - Franklin and...Robert Livingston - were Freemasons, and other three i.e. Robert Sherman, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams are believed, to have been freemasons. The text of the declaration was composed by Jefferson. It was submitted to Congress and accepted on 4 July 1776. The nineteen signatories who can now be established as proven Freemasons, included such influential figures as Washington, Franklin and, of course, the president of the Congress, John Hancock. The army, moreover, remained almost entirely in Masonic hands. As we shall see, it is in the Constitution that the influence of Freemasonry is most discernible.

"At last, on 25 May 1787, the Constitutional Convention opened in Philadelphia and commenced its efforts to devise the machinery of government for the new nation. The first voice to make itself heard in any significantly influential way was a characteristically Masonic one, that of Edmund Randolph.. Randolph...a member of a Williamsburg lodge, had become Washington's aide-de-camp. Subsequently he was to become Attorney-General, then governor of Virginia and Grand Master of Virginia's Grand Lodge. During Washington's presidency, he was to serve as the first Attorney-General of the United States, then the first Secretary of State.

"There were ultimately five dominant and guiding spirits behind the Constitution - Washington, Franklin, Randolph, Jefferson and John Adams. Of these, the first three were active Freemasons, men who took their Freemasonry extremely seriously - men who subscribed fervently to its ideals, whose entire orientation had been shaped and conditioned by it. And Adam's position, though also a known to have been a Freemason was virtually identical to theirs. When he became president, moreover, he appointed a prominent Freemason, John Marshall, as first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court."

"Some of the greatest names of the American Revolution were Masons: Ethan Alien, Edmund Burke, John Claypoole, William Daws, Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock, John Paul Jones, Robert Livingston, Paul Revere, Colonel Benjamin Tupper, and George Washington. Of the forty signers of the Constitution, Twenty Two were known Masons, and six more later became Masons.

"There were many other Masonic influences in early American history:

(1) Lafayette, the French liaison to the Colonies, without whose aid the war could not have been won, was a Freemason;

(2) The majority of the commanders of the Continental Army were Freemasons and members of "Army Lodges";

(3) Most of George Washington's generals were Freemasons;

(4) The Boston Tea Party was planned at the Green Dragon Tavern, also known as the "Freemasons' Arms" and "the Headquarters of the Revolution";

(5) George Washington was sworn in as the first President of the United States by Robert Livingston, Grand Master of New York's Masonic lodge, and the Bible on which he took his oath was from his own Masonic lodge;

(6) The Cornerstone of the Capital Building was laid by the Grand Lodge of Maryland."

See the Masonic secrets;-

Friday, July 1, 2011

Winston Churchill Quotes

                         THE FREEMEN
Dear Brethren,

This month is dedicated to United States of America;

The man who gave the status of Militarily world Domination to United States of America – The one and only - Winston Churchill;-

He is the man;-
 - Who single handedly brought an end to Britain’s world Dominance and transferred the status of World militarily dominance on United States of America.

- Who allowed de facto status of 51st state of United states of America by allowing US to dictate defense and foreign policy of England.

- Who dismembered British empire about which it was once said ‘Sun never sets on Britain’s empire’.

- Who was a puppet of Bernard Baruch and Rothschild.
- Who rejected Germany's offer of peace when France fell and later again when Hitler allowed British forces to evacuate from Dunkirk.

- Who was responsible for 72 million deaths.
- Who allowed Communist Russia to take over entire central and eastern Europe at Yalta conference.
- Who was racist being a member of Jewish secret society.
- Who was alcoholic and an addict.

He is also famous for his quotes; Here are a few Quotes by him;
On America;
"We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our Island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender, and even if, which I do not for a moment believe, this Island or a large part of it were subjugated and starving, then our Empire beyond the seas, armed and guarded by the British Fleet, would carry on the struggle, until, in God's good time, the New World (USA), with all its power and might, steps forth to the rescue and the liberation of the Old(Britain). Speech in the House of Commons (4 June 1940). [By 1940 Churchill had decided on destruction of British World domination and giving it to USA]

I think a curse should rest on me — because I love this war. I know it's smashing and shattering the lives of thousands every moment — and yet — I can't help it — I enjoy every second of it. A letter to a friend (1916).

No American will think it wrong of me if I proclaim that to have the United States at our side was to me the greatest joy. I could not foretell the course of events. I do not pretend to have measured accurately the martial might of Japan, but now at this very moment I knew the United States was in the war, up to the neck and in to the death.

Politics is almost as exciting as war. (Death of millions excites Mr Churchill) Winston Churchill

On Hitler and War;
Those who can win a war well can rarely make a good peace and those who could make a good peace would never have won the war.
Winston Churchill
I hate nobody except Hitler — but, that is professional.
Winston Churchill
One day President Roosevelt told me that he was asking publicly for suggestions about what the war should be called. I said at once 'The Unnecessary War'.

One may dislike Hitler's system and yet admire his patriotic achievement. If our country were defeated, I hope we should find a champion as indomitable to restore our courage and lead us back to our place among the nations.

I have always said that if Great Britain were defeated in war I hoped we should find a Hitler to lead us back to our rightful position among the nations. I am sorry, however, that he has not been mellowed by the great success that has attended him. The whole world would rejoice to see the Hitler of peace and tolerance, and nothing would adorn his name in world history so much as acts of magnanimity and of mercy and of pity to the forlorn and friendless, to the weak and poor. ... Let this great man search his own heart and conscience before he accuses anyone of being a warmonger. (When Hitler accused him of being a War Monger ; of invading Germany and twice rejecting peace.)

I think a curse should rest on me — because I love this war. I know it's smashing and shattering the lives of thousands every moment — and yet — I can't help it — I enjoy every second of it. A letter to a friend (1916).

History is written by the victors.
Winston Churchill

We cannot tell whether Hitler will be the man who will once again let loose upon the world another war in which civilization will irretrievably succumb, or whether he will go down in history as the man who restored honor and peace of mind to the Great Germanic nation.

History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.
Winston Churchill

On white being the superior race;
I do not agree that the dog in a manger has the final right to the manger even though he may have lain there for a very long time. I do not admit that right. I do not admit for instance, that a great wrong has been done to the Red Indians of America or the black people of Australia. I do not admit that a wrong has been done to these people by the fact that a stronger race, a higher-grade race, a more worldly wise race to put it that way, has come in and taken their place.

On Himself;
It is a good thing for an uneducated man to read books of quotations.

Bartlett's Familiar Quotations is an admirable work, and I studied it intently. The quotations when engraved upon the memory give you good thoughts. They also make you anxious to read the authors and look for more quotations.
Winston Churchill

The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you can see. Winston Churchill

It is a mistake to look too far ahead. Only one link of the chain of destiny can be handled at a time.  Winston Churchill
In the course of my life, I have often had to eat my words, and I must confess that I have always found it a wholesome diet. Winston Churchill

On his drug / alcohol Addiction;

The water was not fit to drink. To make it palatable, we had to add whisky. By diligent effort, I learnt to like it. Winston Churchill

When I was younger I made it a rule never to take strong drink before lunch. It is now my rule never to do so before breakfast.Winston Churchill

Bessie Braddock: “Sir, you are drunk.”
Churchill: “Madam, you are ugly. In the morning, I shall be sober but in the morning you will still be ugly.”Winston Churchill

My rule of life prescribed as an absolutely sacred rite smoking cigars and also the drinking of alcohol before, after and if need be during all meals and in the intervals between them. Winston Churchill

I had been brought up and trained to have the utmost contempt for people who got drunk – and I would have liked to have the boozing scholars of the Universities wheeled into line and properly chastised for their squalid misuse of what I must ever regard as a gift of the gods.

I have never developed indigestion from eating my words. Winston Churchill

A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on. (So lie to the hilt anytime every time and everywhere particularly in history writing)
Winston Churchill
History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.
Winston Churchill

On Politicians;
The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter. Winston Churchill
Politics are very much like war. We may even have to use poison gas at times. Winston Churchill
Politics is almost as exciting as war, and quite as dangerous. In war you can only be killed once, but in politics many times. Winston Churchill
Politics is the ability to foretell what is going to happen tomorrow, next week, next month and next year. And to have the ability afterwards to explain why it didn't happen.  Winston Churchill

Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen. Winston Churchill
Criticism may not be agreeable, but it is necessary. It fulfils the same function as pain in the human body. It calls attention to an unhealthy state of things. Winston Churchill

Everyone has his day and some days last longer than others. Winston Churchill
I am always ready to learn although I do not always like being taught. Winston Churchill
I am certainly not one of those who need to be prodded. In fact, if anything, I am the prod. Winston Churchill
I am fond of pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down on us. Pigs treat us as equals. Winston Churchill
If you have an important point to make, don't try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time - a tremendous whack. Winston Churchill

It is a fine thing to be honest, but it is also very important to be right. (honesty is secondary. It is important to be called Mr. Right)Winston Churchill
It is more agreeable to have the power to give than to receive. Winston Churchill
Most people stumble over the truth, now and then, but they usually manage to pick themselves up and go on, anyway as if nothing had happened. Winston Churchill
No crime is so great as daring to excel. Winston Churchill
One ought never to turn one's back on a threatened danger and try to run away from it. If you do that, you will double the danger. But if you meet it promptly and without flinching, you will reduce the danger by half. Never run away from anything. Never! Winston Churchill
Perhaps it is better to be irresponsible and right, than to be responsible and wrong. Winston Churchill
Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm. Winston Churchill
The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries. Winston Churchill
There is no such thing as public opinion. There is only published opinion. Winston Churchill
To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. Winston Churchill
You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life. Winston Churchill
The world looks with some awe upon a man who appears unconcernedly indifferent to home, money, comfort, rank, or even power and fame. The world feels not without a certain apprehension, that here is some one outside its jurisdiction; someone before whom its allurements may be spread in vain; some one strangely enfranchised, untamed, untrammelled by convention, moving independent of the ordinary currents of human action. At an unveiling of a memorial to T. E. Lawrence at the Oxford High School for Boys (1936-10-03)