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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

05:15 min | 4 months ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"Former governor then descends from cotton shake hands with the mining. So goes a typical day in william mckinley front porch campaign rather than storm across the country to rally up the voters. The republican candidate is leading voters. Come to him and they definitely come over the course of the campaign. Roughly seven hundred fifty thousand americans from across the nation. Make the track to the mckinley. Halmi canton ohio to hear him. Speak against his free silver democratic opponent william jennings bryan. The republican will continue to assail. The democratic will over the free silver issue. Will mckinley loads what he sees. As will brian stirring up divisions and making class warfare to quote the ohio republican on another front porch occasion my countrymen the most un-american of all appeals observable in this campaign is the one which seeks to array labor against capital employer against employee. Basically william m doesn't want this to turn into a campaign of main street verse wall street but that dynamic is definitely taking shape with particular thanks to his own campaign manager and republican national committee. President mark hanna. Working out of new york mark leans into the class division rhetoric as he courts donations from industrial titans. This produces serious results the tycoons or robber barons whom we've come to know quite well pony up john rockefeller's standard oil donates. Two hundred fifty thousand dollars. John himself throws in another two thousand five hundred. The barren of banking j pierpont morgan donates. Another two hundred fifty thousand dollars to the republican cause and those still reeling from the panic of eighteen ninety three and the pullman strike various railroads managed to muster another one hundred seventy four thousand all in all with donations from business tycoons pouring in daily the republican campaign spins about three point five million dollars by comparison. The democrats raise a measly three hundred thousand dollars to put that another way. John rockefeller and his company alone gave will mckinley. The rough equivalent of eighty percent of will brian total campaign budget. And that will go a long way toward shoring up. The republican candidate not leaving his front porch. Look we'll mckinley isn't stupid will. Brian is a brilliant speaker. I mean striking crucifix. Pose while making a tasteful jesus reference that skill and that's why along with considerations for his wife. Ida's health will. Mckinley isn't about to go toe to toe. Travelling the country he bluntly tells his campaign manager. Mark hanna. I cannot take the stump against that man. It's a smart play but also one that will mckinley can make in part with massive war chest with that capital. The republican hires one thousand four hundred speakers to go across the country stoking. Fear that o'brien administration will mean the destruction of american business. Industrial leaders threatened close down if the great commoner as will brian has called gets elected which scare some workers into thinking twice about voting for the democrat. The republicans also published one hundred twenty million pieces of campaign literature as well as newspaper articles attacking brian. The mckinley campaign even suggests that the young nebraskan isn't just for free silver but a true radical an anarchist. Just like the protesters at the hey marketed decade. Back sound stacked. But it's not like william jennings bryan doesn't have his supporters grover cleveland style bourbon. Democrats now called gold democrats peeling off but will. Brian is seen real success. Rallying democrats all over the south and west while some industrial workers fear. Brian's policies will lead to their place of employment getting shut down. The unions counted out with support in fact october meeting with workers. In new york's union square. Some even call him quote the new messiah. The light of the world the fearless tribune. Of the people william jennings bryan close quote moreover. The populist party joined the democrats in nominating will brian. He gets support from the significantly. More radical eugene debs to eugene rights to the democratic candidate quote. You are at this hour. The hope of the republic close quote and so the very different candidates campaign and they're very different ways. we'll. Mckinley gives front porch speeches and relies on mailers and hired speakers. Will the free silver messiah. Brian leans on his rhetorical skills. The young nebraskan travels over eighteen thousand miles on four nonstop railroad trips. Giving five hundred seventy speeches between august and november. He averages eighty thousand words a day drawing thousands of listeners in up to twenty three speeches a day which is more effective. We'll find out shortly but one thing is certain regardless of who wins between big business financing and across country speaking tour a new era has begun an american presidential elections..

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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

07:53 min | 4 months ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"It's the morning of july fifth. Eighteen ninety four over two thousand a rate people are gathering at the railroad stockyard in chicago illinois. We seem unconcerned about the us. Infantryman here protecting railroad property. A violent clash appears inevitable. Okay background trouble started back. In may and pullman company employees members the newly formed american railroad union. Or a are you cindy delegations talked their boss. George pullman about their financial plight has recently cut wages by twenty to thirty six percent yet as their landlord in a company town of poelman. He hasn't reduced their rent. Gas or other costs despite pain out. Larger dividends to shareholders. The sleeping car titan refused to negotiate and fired three delegation members. So a are you president eugene. V debs responded in late june by organising a one hundred twenty five thousand participant nationwide railroad crippling strike. But after that. Us attorney general. Richard only stepped in with the supreme court backed in junction making illegal for us troops to quell the strike president. Grover cleveland sent troops to chicago yesterday. The fourth of july. And that's how today only stone's throw from the town of pullman. We have this showdown in the windy city. Stockyard ignoring the troops. The crowd knocks down. A railroad official overturns freight cars derailed passenger trains on the pittsburgh fort wayne and chicago railroads and sets fire to railroad switches. Over the next few days a mob largely unattached the a are you or pullman employees. Take on the troops by july ninth thirty. Our dad scores more wounded. And chicago's occupied by force. Fourteen thousand men this nationwide strike called the pullman strike will be crushed before the month is out and the american railway unions leaders including a. Are you president eugene. V debs will be sent to prison just as the panic of eighteen. Seventy three helped pave the way for the great railroad strike of eighteen. Seventy seven so another panic panic of eighteen ninety three contributed to the pullman strike of eighteen. Ninety four i've mentioned this panic. A few times are gilded age episodes. But let me be clear. It's a heavy blow like its predecessor. Twenty years prior the panic of eighteen ninety three starts with the railroads in domino's from their hundreds of banks and railroads along with several thousand businesses. Go under a. Stocks tumble as many as four million people got is roughly twenty percent of the american workforce or out of work. These are the conditions that george pullman points to as he cuts workers wages amid increase dividend payments. This is also the economy. That grover cleveland encounters. Right as he returns to the white house the second time new president is sure he knows what the cause of. This recession is though he lays the blame for the panic squarely on the shoulders of the eighteen ninety harrison administration law that increase the amount of silver. The us government buys each year permits paper money to be backed by that same precious metal. This is the sherman silver purchase act. Okay this takes us into the question of the gold standard which is a huge to do in the gilded age united states without going too far into the weeds. Let me remind you that. During the civil war the us started issuing treasury notes called greenbacks. They became a form of currency ride alongside minted gold and silver coins but after the war the us government reduced the number of greenbacks in circulation. This deflationary move hit southerners and westerners hardest as did congress. Eighteen seventy three decision to in silver coinage as mining out west rocked the nation's gold two silver ratio understandably then gilded age american laborers and farmers want to see these policies reversed. Thus the greenback party was born in the eighteen seventies. it hasn't succeeded though so now. Silver advocates are taking up the inflation mantle civil rights as the silver fans are known want us currency to include both gold and silver since american silver so plentiful the argue that coining metal in this quote unquote by metal system at a silver to gold ratio of sixteen to one will inflate the dollar's value and thereby helped poor farmers and laborers pay the mortgage or rent but grover cleveland his bourbon. Democrats and most republicans disagree. They believe that by will only put the dollar on shaky ground and lead to gold hoarding. I really can't overstate. How significant this fightes. Curiously on july first 1893 it led to grover having a cancerous tumor removed from his mouth in a secret surgical procedure out at sea on a yacht. How does that track. This is because his vice president adly stevenson is a silver right and grover doesn't want gold standard supporting investors taking the economy over fears. A silver might soon ascended the presidency and it all turns out well for the gold interests. Post-surgery grover orchestrates the repeal of the sherman silver purchase act putting the us back on the gold standard. He also asks his friend. The influential banker tycoon or robber-baron. J pierpont morgan to bail out the us treasury by purchasing sixty million dollars worth of bonds with gold average workers and farmers are livid as they see it. Not only is the economy in the dumps but it seems everyone the president of congress the courts and both major parties are all in cahoots with big money interests. So what can they do. they organize. Remember the farmer's alliance. I mentioned when we were in texas. Where farmworkers hurting in the new industrial economy joined to fight big business well 1891. Those alliances formed the people's party. Otherwise called the populist party by the mid eighteen ninety s this small third party opposing any legislation in favor of big business swells to twenty five to forty five percent of the electorate and some twenty states but it still isn't enough to compete in the big leagues to the populists disappointment. There eighteen ninety two presidential candidate james. Weaver only carries four states. Urban workers are organizing as well on these years but of course you already know that we witnessed that firsthand as the american railway union pushed back. George pullman grover. Cleveland tried to alleviate the situation by offering the pullman company's employees nominal support he promoted congress's recognition of labor as a federal holiday. Two days after the strike began but it was to no avail. Damages nationwide amounted to eighty million dollars as workers across the country struck back against the quote unquote money interests. Newspapers reported fallout from los angeles. To saint louis. As the strike prevented freights passengers and mail from reaching most of the west still george pullman refused to meet with his employees saying quote now as to the statement that the question would be left to arbitration speaking for the pullman company. I can say most positively that that cannot be done. There's nothing to arbitrate president. Grover cleveland and his bourbon. Democrats took george poland side citing constitutional powers over mail delivery and interstate commerce. The ordered the federal troops to chicago who we met earlier. A are you. President eugene debs encouraged his ministry peacefully. But by this point he saw this going south fast on the fourth of july the same day the troops arrived. He direly predicted. The first shot fired by the regular soldiers at the mob. Here we'll be the signal for a.

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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

07:36 min | 4 months ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"Illinois. We seem unconcerned about the us. Infantryman here protecting railroad property. A violent clash appears inevitable. Okay background trouble started back. In may and pullman company employees members the newly formed american railroad union. Or a are you cindy delegations talked their boss. George pullman about their financial plight has recently cut wages by twenty to thirty six percent yet as their landlord in a company town of poelman. He hasn't reduced their rent. Gas or other costs despite pain out. Larger dividends to shareholders. The sleeping car titan refused to negotiate and fired three delegation members. So a are you president eugene. V debs responded in late june by organising a one hundred twenty five thousand participant nationwide railroad crippling strike. But after that. Us attorney general. Richard only stepped in with the supreme court backed in junction making illegal for us troops to quell the strike president. Grover cleveland sent troops to chicago yesterday. The fourth of july. And that's how today only stone's throw from the town of pullman. We have this showdown in the windy city. Stockyard ignoring the troops. The crowd knocks down. A railroad official overturns freight cars derailed passenger trains on the pittsburgh fort wayne and chicago railroads and sets fire to railroad switches. Over the next few days a mob largely unattached the a are you or pullman employees. Take on the troops by july ninth thirty. Our dad scores more wounded. And chicago's occupied by force. Fourteen thousand men this nationwide strike called the pullman strike will be crushed before the month is out and the american railway unions leaders including a. Are you president eugene. V debs will be sent to prison just as the panic of eighteen. Seventy three helped pave the way for the great railroad strike of eighteen. Seventy seven so another panic panic of eighteen ninety three contributed to the pullman strike of eighteen. Ninety four i've mentioned this panic. A few times are gilded age episodes. But let me be clear. It's a heavy blow like its predecessor. Twenty years prior the panic of eighteen ninety three starts with the railroads in domino's from their hundreds of banks and railroads along with several thousand businesses. Go under a. Stocks tumble as many as four million people got is roughly twenty percent of the american workforce or out of work. These are the conditions that george pullman points to as he cuts workers wages amid increase dividend payments. This is also the economy. That grover cleveland encounters. Right as he returns to the white house the second time new president is sure he knows what the cause of. This recession is though he lays the blame for the panic squarely on the shoulders of the eighteen ninety harrison administration law that increase the amount of silver. The us government buys each year permits paper money to be backed by that same precious metal. This is the sherman silver purchase act. Okay this takes us into the question of the gold standard which is a huge to do in the gilded age united states without going too far into the weeds. Let me remind you that. During the civil war the us started issuing treasury notes called greenbacks. They became a form of currency ride alongside minted gold and silver coins but after the war the us government reduced the number of greenbacks in circulation. This deflationary move hit southerners and westerners hardest as did congress. Eighteen seventy three decision to in silver coinage as mining out west rocked the nation's gold two silver ratio understandably then gilded age american laborers and farmers want to see these policies reversed. Thus the greenback party was born in the eighteen seventies. it hasn't succeeded though so now. Silver advocates are taking up the inflation mantle civil rights as the silver fans are known want us currency to include both gold and silver since american silver so plentiful the argue that coining metal in this quote unquote by metal system at a silver to gold ratio of sixteen to one will inflate the dollar's value and thereby helped poor farmers and laborers pay the mortgage or rent but grover cleveland his bourbon. Democrats and most republicans disagree. They believe that by will only put the dollar on shaky ground and lead to gold hoarding. I really can't overstate. How significant this fightes. Curiously on july first 1893 it led to grover having a cancerous tumor removed from his mouth in a secret surgical procedure out at sea on a yacht. How does that track. This is because his vice president adly stevenson is a silver right and grover doesn't want gold standard supporting investors taking the economy over fears. A silver might soon ascended the presidency and it all turns out well for the gold interests. Post-surgery grover orchestrates the repeal of the sherman silver purchase act putting the us back on the gold standard. He also asks his friend. The influential banker tycoon or robber-baron. J pierpont morgan to bail out the us treasury by purchasing sixty million dollars worth of bonds with gold average workers and farmers are livid as they see it. Not only is the economy in the dumps but it seems everyone the president of congress the courts and both major parties are all in cahoots with big money interests. So what can they do. they organize. Remember the farmer's alliance. I mentioned when we were in texas. Where farmworkers hurting in the new industrial economy joined to fight big business well 1891. Those alliances formed the people's party. Otherwise called the populist party by the mid eighteen ninety s this small third party opposing any legislation in favor of big business swells to twenty five to forty five percent of the electorate and some twenty states but it still isn't enough to compete in the big leagues to the populists disappointment. There eighteen ninety two presidential candidate james. Weaver only carries four states. Urban workers are organizing as well on these years but of course you already know that we witnessed that firsthand as the american railway union pushed back. George pullman grover. Cleveland tried to alleviate the situation by offering the pullman company's employees nominal support he promoted congress's recognition of labor as a federal holiday. Two days after the strike began but it was to no avail. Damages nationwide amounted to eighty million dollars as workers across the country struck back against the quote unquote money interests. Newspapers reported fallout from los angeles. To saint louis. As the strike prevented freights passengers and mail from reaching most of the west still george pullman refused to meet with his employees saying quote now as to the statement that the question would be left to arbitration speaking for the pullman company. I can say most positively that that cannot be done. There's nothing to arbitrate president. Grover cleveland and his bourbon. Democrats took george poland side citing constitutional powers over mail delivery and interstate commerce. The ordered the federal troops to chicago who we met earlier. A are you. President eugene debs encouraged his ministry peacefully. But by this point he saw this going south fast on the fourth of july the same day the troops arrived. He direly predicted. The first shot fired by the regular soldiers at the mob. Here.

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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

07:41 min | 4 months ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"Over two thousand a rate people are gathering at the railroad stockyard in chicago illinois. We seem unconcerned about the us. Infantryman here protecting railroad property. A violent clash appears inevitable. Okay background trouble started back. In may and pullman company employees members the newly formed american railroad union. Or a are you cindy delegations talked their boss. George pullman about their financial plight has recently cut wages by twenty to thirty six percent yet as their landlord in a company town of poelman. He hasn't reduced their rent. Gas or other costs despite pain out. Larger dividends to shareholders. The sleeping car titan refused to negotiate and fired three delegation members. So a are you president eugene. V debs responded in late june by organising a one hundred twenty five thousand participant nationwide railroad crippling strike. But after that. Us attorney general. Richard only stepped in with the supreme court backed in junction making illegal for us troops to quell the strike president. Grover cleveland sent troops to chicago yesterday. The fourth of july. And that's how today only stone's throw from the town of pullman. We have this showdown in the windy city. Stockyard ignoring the troops. The crowd knocks down. A railroad official overturns freight cars derailed passenger trains on the pittsburgh fort wayne and chicago railroads and sets fire to railroad switches. Over the next few days a mob largely unattached the a are you or pullman employees. Take on the troops by july ninth thirty. Our dad scores more wounded. And chicago's occupied by force. Fourteen thousand men this nationwide strike called the pullman strike will be crushed before the month is out and the american railway unions leaders including a. Are you president eugene. V debs will be sent to prison just as the panic of eighteen. Seventy three helped pave the way for the great railroad strike of eighteen. Seventy seven so another panic panic of eighteen ninety three contributed to the pullman strike of eighteen. Ninety four i've mentioned this panic. A few times are gilded age episodes. But let me be clear. It's a heavy blow like its predecessor. Twenty years prior the panic of eighteen ninety three starts with the railroads in domino's from their hundreds of banks and railroads along with several thousand businesses. Go under a. Stocks tumble as many as four million people got is roughly twenty percent of the american workforce or out of work. These are the conditions that george pullman points to as he cuts workers wages amid increase dividend payments. This is also the economy. That grover cleveland encounters. Right as he returns to the white house the second time new president is sure he knows what the cause of. This recession is though he lays the blame for the panic squarely on the shoulders of the eighteen ninety harrison administration law that increase the amount of silver. The us government buys each year permits paper money to be backed by that same precious metal. This is the sherman silver purchase act. Okay this takes us into the question of the gold standard which is a huge to do in the gilded age united states without going too far into the weeds. Let me remind you that. During the civil war the us started issuing treasury notes called greenbacks. They became a form of currency ride alongside minted gold and silver coins but after the war the us government reduced the number of greenbacks in circulation. This deflationary move hit southerners and westerners hardest as did congress. Eighteen seventy three decision to in silver coinage as mining out west rocked the nation's gold two silver ratio understandably then gilded age american laborers and farmers want to see these policies reversed. Thus the greenback party was born in the eighteen seventies. it hasn't succeeded though so now. Silver advocates are taking up the inflation mantle civil rights as the silver fans are known want us currency to include both gold and silver since american silver so plentiful the argue that coining metal in this quote unquote by metal system at a silver to gold ratio of sixteen to one will inflate the dollar's value and thereby helped poor farmers and laborers pay the mortgage or rent but grover cleveland his bourbon. Democrats and most republicans disagree. They believe that by will only put the dollar on shaky ground and lead to gold hoarding. I really can't overstate. How significant this fightes. Curiously on july first 1893 it led to grover having a cancerous tumor removed from his mouth in a secret surgical procedure out at sea on a yacht. How does that track. This is because his vice president adly stevenson is a silver right and grover doesn't want gold standard supporting investors taking the economy over fears. A silver might soon ascended the presidency and it all turns out well for the gold interests. Post-surgery grover orchestrates the repeal of the sherman silver purchase act putting the us back on the gold standard. He also asks his friend. The influential banker tycoon or robber-baron. J pierpont morgan to bail out the us treasury by purchasing sixty million dollars worth of bonds with gold average workers and farmers are livid as they see it. Not only is the economy in the dumps but it seems everyone the president of congress the courts and both major parties are all in cahoots with big money interests. So what can they do. they organize. Remember the farmer's alliance. I mentioned when we were in texas. Where farmworkers hurting in the new industrial economy joined to fight big business well 1891. Those alliances formed the people's party. Otherwise called the populist party by the mid eighteen ninety s this small third party opposing any legislation in favor of big business swells to twenty five to forty five percent of the electorate and some twenty states but it still isn't enough to compete in the big leagues to the populists disappointment. There eighteen ninety two presidential candidate james. Weaver only carries four states. Urban workers are organizing as well on these years but of course you already know that we witnessed that firsthand as the american railway union pushed back. George pullman grover. Cleveland tried to alleviate the situation by offering the pullman company's employees nominal support he promoted congress's recognition of labor as a federal holiday. Two days after the strike began but it was to no avail. Damages nationwide amounted to eighty million dollars as workers across the country struck back against the quote unquote money interests. Newspapers reported fallout from los angeles. To saint louis. As the strike prevented freights passengers and mail from reaching most of the west still george pullman refused to meet with his employees saying quote now as to the statement that the question would be left to arbitration speaking for the pullman company. I can say most positively that that cannot be done. There's nothing to arbitrate president. Grover cleveland and his bourbon. Democrats took george poland side citing constitutional powers over mail delivery and interstate commerce. The ordered the federal troops to chicago who we met earlier. A are you. President eugene debs encouraged his ministry peacefully. But by this point he saw this going south fast on the fourth of july the same day the troops arrived. He direly predicted. The first shot fired by the regular soldiers at the mob. Here we'll be.

george pullman president eugene pullman american railway union chicago debs poelman pittsburgh fort wayne us american railway unions harrison administration grover Grover cleveland us government greenback party cleveland cindy adly stevenson
"pierpont morgan" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

08:01 min | 4 months ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"A war. It's now early. Eighteen ninety two roughly two and a half years since the johnstown flood. Andy is the largest steel producer in the united states his size he's looking to reorganize again and bring all his businesses. Save for it coke under a new umbrella. The carnegie steel company. We're talking about an enterprise with the value of twenty five million seeing profits of five million per year yeah not too shabby. Meanwhile andy's increasingly enjoying being a philanthropist. In new york alone. He's throwing millions into a glamorous new music hall as well as teamed up with the famous banker. J pierpont morgan to create a botanical garden and a massive arena called madison square garden. Okay these aren't straight up charity. But there are some charitable aspects in there and he's playing those up that set he's also doing some straight up charitable stuff like building libraries. Oh does any love gifting. The public libraries. It's part of why many on both sides of the atlantic would be happy to tell you the andy carnegie. Isn't one of those immoral robber barons rather. He's an enlightened industrialist. But it's amazing. How fast perceptions can change about sixty miles west of johnstown pennsylvania just a few miles outside. Pittsburgh is a town of ten thousand called homestead any employees three thousand eight hundred workers in his steel mill here. Seven hundred eighty of whom are skilled workers represented by the most labor union in the steel industry. The amalgamated association. The amalgamated current. three year. Contract is about up and its representatives are feeling good about the upcoming negotiations. It's no secret. How well carnegie steel doing an andy has gone on public record as we well know stating his support for collective bargaining so surely figure this will go smoothly but it doesn't the ascendant chairman under the newly organized company h. Clay frick is digging in his heels. On three items i he says these employees whose pay reflects a sliding scale related to the cost of steel need to accept a new minimum rate of twenty three dollars per tonne rather than their current twenty five dollars. There's no maximum payout and so clarke's if they are open to the benefits of highs they can share more of the burden that comes with the lows second. This contract expiration date needs to move from june thirtieth to december thirty first to better line with the calendar year. Finally a third point with another aspect of pay determined by the mill's output. He says the amalgamated needs to accept a reduction here as well because it's the new technology they've invested in not the workers the has significantly increased output. Well the union reps aren't standing for this. They think this is ridiculous. They're willing to come down to twenty four dollars on the sliding scale but no less as for changing the day they know it has nothing to do with the counter and everything to do with steel sales dropping in the winter. They are moving to the years weakest point just to give carnegie steel the upper hand in the next sit down and ask for output click hitting. These men worked themselves to the bone. He risked their lives in dangerous mills. That's productions up not his new tack so now we are two perspectives. But here's the real kicker fight only relates to three hundred. Twenty five of the amalgamated seven hundred eighty men at the three thousand eight hundred employees homestead mill in other words. It's a small group but things get heated fast. Clay has a three mile fence built to encircle the mill. It has holes supposedly for a lookout but the kind of look more like a pork for rifles. And it's topped with barbed wire. He also rex guard towers equipped with searchlights. What on earth well. The thing is clay's overreacting because a strike a few months ago at the edgar thomson. Mill has spooked. Also wants to show andy he can handle things. Scotsman is a little checked out right now playing in his native homeland. Let's not mince words for all his progressive talk. Andy's given klay pretty much full latitude in these negotiations. But you know if you want the skilled and unskilled workers to set aside their differences which they most definitely have as the first group significantly out earns the ladder turning the mill into some sort of prison slash military. Outpost is a solid way to do it. The impasse negotiations folds right through the contract's expiration. On june thirtieth. Meanwhile clay orders the mill. Closed starts looking to bringing in strikebreakers in response an army of skilled and unskilled steelworker sees the mill but the moustachioed carnegie chairman isn't backing down. Play will build his own army. Just past two a m july sixth eighteen ninety two three hundred pinkerton men clamber into two large barges along the ohio river. Just north of pittsburgh between them. They have three hundred pistols two hundred fifty winchester rifles and more than enough ammo on food to lay siege the soon heading southeast travelling via the local river systems toward the homestead. But as they move in the dark of night labor union century notices them. He telegraphs the mill. Watch the river. Steamer with barges left here an hour and a half later at four. Am the three hundred well-armed pinkerton derive their greeted by an army of five thousand steel men and their families. Some of the workers take shots tugboats pulls the largest toward the dots. But you delete her. Hugh o'donnell tries to avoid a firefight with the boats shouting distance. He calls out on behalf of five thousand men. I beg of you to lead here. At once we the workers in these mills are peaceably inclined. We have not damaged any property. And we do not intend to if you will send a committee with us we will take them through the works and promise them a safe return to their boats but in the name of god and humanity. Don't attend to enter. These works by force. A pinkerton captain jumps onto the dock. He answers we were sent here to take possession of this property. We don't wish blood. But few men don't withdraw. We will note every one of you down and enter in spite of you. You'd better disperse for land. We will but follows. God details all the time isn't it. Who's in a different place. Different time and different people. But i've told you the story before more than once. Further words exchanged there's more posturing and then it happens to guns discharge and yeah you guessed it. We don't know which side fired for. All we do know is the battle has commenced to armies both of whom have more guns than experienced soldiers fire at each other until five pm nine evening. Perhaps we can think they're inexperienced for the relatively low death. Count seven strikers and at least three pinkerton the strikers take the pinkerton prisoners doesn't last long though days later. Pennsylvania governor robert e pattison sins in an eight thousand strong state militia which seizes.

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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

05:17 min | 5 months ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"Great. An unspecified day in eighteen eighty. Three edward johnson is on his way to to nineteen madison avenue. This top exempt from the edison electric light company might not love making house calls but when the owner is none other than the up and coming king of banking and as soon electric light. company investor. J. pierpont morgan. Well he most certainly will. That's particularly the case. Since edward oversaw the recent rebuild slash upgrade a pierpont system. So if the powerful banker says he's having problems edwards on it the edison man heart sinks the moment. The door opens almost immediately. He's hit with what he calls quote. A strong smell of wet burned would and burnt carpet. Close quote edward rushes to the library. Floors torn up here. Pots wants beautiful. Desk is chart as is the rug in other ruined objects stacked in the once. Beautiful ornate room. Oh this is bad worse yet for edward. It was his idea to run wire under the floor in order to provide pierpont with desk line. And now the famously ill-tempered bankers study is ruined. Well time to face the music j pierpont. Morgan himself is walking toward the smoldering library standing in the doorway with newspaper. One hand the stout moustachioed banker. Here's at edward over his glasses. He utters one word well edwards figured out the problem metal plates under the desk. He's ready to launch into an explanation. When the steer financial titans wife francis appears behind her husband. She and edward make eye contact. She raises a finger. Tour lips then walks away. Unnoticed by pierpont edwards gets the message. Don't make excuses. Let her husband. I the two men stand in silence a moment longer. Finally the banker asks. Well what are you going to do about it. mr morgan. The trouble is not inherent in the thing. Itself is my own fault. And i will put it in good working order so we'll be perfectly safe. How long will it take to fix it. I will do right away all right. See that you do without question. Thomas alva edison the great inventor who improved the telegram the telephone and gave us. The phonograph has forever changed the world now by being the sole inventor of the electric light or even the incandescent light but by finding a way to make it deliverable to the public by merging it with good business sense and crucially than dreaming up. The infrastructure needed to make indoor electric lighting viable yet. It's clear that much remains to be learned about the safe inconsistent delivery of electricity's itself. Is it possible then. One of alvis employees. A gaunt moustachioed young man from the austrian empire has a better method of delivery and direct current. Next time will bear witness to a most vicious fight as alva- and is soon former employees. Nikola tesla go to war over direct and alternating current history. That doesn't stock created and hosted by me. Greg jackson episode researched and written by greg. Jackson zachary weaver additional research by kelsey dines production by airship sound design by molly bach theme music composed by greg jackson arrangement and additional composition by lindsey graham of air ship for bibliography of all primary secondary sources consulted and writing this episode visit. Each podcast dot com. Hdd is supported by fans at each dot com forward slash history that doesn't suck my gratitude kind soul providing funding to help us keep going. Thank you special. Things to our patients whose monthly gift puts them producer status nannette averill fox barrett henry brunches. We'll call them christopher coddle jason carson bryce chaplain john. Frugal google bob dracevic. Joe dove astute to tell us. Michael and rachel ercolani diego flex angie fortune. Naughty high against lee goldman kim fringe houston grabbed permits jeremy jeans decks jones john keller hog time. Aaron lapels crispin dozer rich miller michelman quarter. Jeffrey moves. nick. Novota fox osborne amanda parker christopher pullman. Sean rake john. Shaffer even in alexander sharp john savage scott slaney perks scenario bill thompson brandon unwind day walker and jeffrey watts. Join me two weeks where. I'd like to tell you a story money. Here's an inside scoop. If your kids are ready to go back to school as mine are you gotta check out goals. I got my daughter's futa so tops for under eighteen bucks. Dan's were backpacks for twenty five percent. Off air. thirty percent of levi. Jeans for me. I even save an extra fifteen percent and pick the gold cash so yeah not sure. He's more excited right now. Me or the girls flex tiles. Fifty offer ends august. Fifteen levi's coupons dot apply apply. See store for details..

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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:45 min | 9 months ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Look at the local media outlets see what some of the headlines are all across the Northern California region from from from some of the smaller media outlets, and it's called news from any road, Alex Tasker. I got some missionaries making a difference up in El Dorado County. There's about 20 missionary missionaries currently serving in the county on they've been doing a very mix of projects include, like lawn care and just picking up trash. They've also been doing larger projects like food drives and stuff like that around the neighborhood. So good on them. Very remembers, right. Okay. San Francisco Chronicle this morning reporting that a crowd of students gather to Stanford. Yesterday afternoon there, protesting the decision by the University of Drop 11 sports programs. They did this in the like the right when the pandemic started, and some of these students got together yesterday and said they did it under the cover of pandemic. In other words, They think that they had designs on getting rid of the sports programs prior which the mayor of I mean, who knows, But a lot of those sports mean scholarships. Oh, yes, they do. Yes, they do. And a lot of those sports. Most of them are non revenue generating sports. Okay. At any rate, the students are saying that no, we are not happy about this. So anyway, that's what's going to Stanford. Okay, This is a new, interesting little tidbit. I found a taste of American history. It's a bottle of whiskey that's going up for auction. It's believed to be the oldest known whisky in existence. Do they think? How much? How much would I get? They say they said between 20 and $40,000. They think it'll get so the carbon dating done in conjunction with the University of Georgia indicates the bourbon was likely produced between 17 62. An 18 02 right around the time of the Revolutionary War. The whiskey rebellion. I don't know if I want to drink it. Yeah. John Pierpont Morgan. Pierpont Morgan reportedly bought the bottle during one of his frequent visits to Georgia. And it's been in storage ever since the auction house has it. And who knows? Maybe, you know, I don't know. I'd want to taste it if I bought it. Yeah, So there's a new way for college grads to get jobs because the old way of going into an office and doing an internship that pretty much is over. That was out the door. 2020 right, but they were going to talk to an expert about what graduates are looking for. It's not what you think, okay. When I need to know, breaking news immediately. Information is being up for days and then changing Sacramento news voices You can trust Kristina meant Johnson, Sam, Shane Kitty O'Neil. Keep me connected. Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. I'm Dr Baker and er physician. If you're having leg pain, swelling or readiness, but haven't talked to your doctor yet. Don't wait. This could be deep vein thrombosis,.

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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of their annual compensation in a single lump sum payment. But have you ever wondered how this Christmas on steroids tradition began the story of how Wall Street entangled the ritual of gift giving with the business of compensation has origins in the distant past, and here to tell us his Bloomberg opinion columnist Steven Meme and associate professor of history at the University of Georgia This is bonus season on Wall Street for anyone not familiar with that. Tell us a little bit about what that means in dollar terms. For many folks on Wall Street from high powered traders all the way down to the clerical staff. There's a significant portion of your annual income that comes the the holiday bonus or end of your bonus. So this is ah, This is a much watched and very important phase, and you're Your annual life. A occupant of Wall Street. Now tell us the history Take us back to the 19th century when it was Christmas gifts and not your in bonuses, right? So it's interesting because the the have a Christmas bonus and it was called, You know, this is not a time when we called it. The holiday was just called Christmas. Was very much in trench. But most employers on Wall Street or Main Street would give gift that were pretty modest. In other words, like a Christmas turkey like you see in a Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens or, uh, in Wall Street, it was not unusual to give like a single gold court. Do the clerical staff and then suddenly, things changed on D that felt a very important banker to make the shift. So tell us about that banker J. Pierpont Morgan and the change he made. John Pierpont Morgan, who was the JP Morgan you obviously his name lives on today upon a Miss Williams in the firm was by far the most important and powerful investment banker in the United States from man who presided over massive corporate mergers. He also bailed out the United States basically, and like, you know, seven and stop the financial panic. Cracked he and in 90, no one had a really, banner year. Yeah, on Wall Street, making money hand over fist and he had a general partnership. And this is a different structure than most firms, you know that have done public have today. It was a structure whereby all the employees that had any kind of stake in the firm kind of stood and fell, depending on the 14th of the firm, and in fact their own personal assets were pledged as collateral on the firm. It was a very high risk venture is also very high reward venture and when they made this amount of money, Morgan that we don't have a correspondent from this year we we know something about, and he clearly thought that this would be a moment introducing the policy. It would be a kind of profit sharing whereby Employees and firm and and also ancillary firms control multiple investment firms would get a huge bonus. And I mean huge, a year's salary. Okay, so this this came out of the blue Announcer right before Christmas that everyone in the firm would beginning a full year's salary. In addition to their regular self So other firms started doing the same. I take it and how did they handle in the same way? No. So so is interesting. It was kind of like when Morgan did this people follow Morgan's lead. But of course not. Every firm was able or willing to give a full year salary Tomo for employees, and so in some cases, some firms went for a kind of equalizing bonus where they gave a generous bonus, but it was the same amount for everyone. Other gave versions of J. P. Morgan's approach, which is like a percentage of the salary and so forth. But if time went on, you know, and this became entrenched tradition on Wall Street. There were all sorts of attempts to rationalize it because they're inevitably were complained that this had been carried out an unfair way. So, for example, if they were going to reward performance or Personal circumstances. I didn't really have a scientific way of doing it. And in some cases, quite literally, the managers would reward people because, well, they got married. They thought, well, he's gonna need help paying for diapers. What have you so we'll get him a bonus and not the guy working next to him. And that wasn't really fair. So they started to rationalize it increasingly survived the 19 twenties. You had a real funny System. They were closely resembled this system that is in place some Wall Street today you have a next of black bonuses. Plus performance kind of icing on the cake bonus, isn't it Well? The Great Depression brought an end to the bonus is what brought them back again. It's interesting. They came back very slowly and very tentatively, because so much of the culture of the 19 twenties sort of go go years there. Utterly and totally collapsed. And then you know, you can If you were lucky that the job more among the opponents in the post War era, they started reintroducing, but anyone who lived through that period in its past while the stock market have boom years, it wasn't anything like the twenties. But it was 19 eighties that they return and they return, in part is a way of rewarding performance, but also for the very same reason that Morgan and introduce them. There was a desire Buying people to the firm so that it less likely to walk off and have your top traders, for example, moved to competing firm. It was a way of instilling employee loyalty. Creating an esprit de corps in binding people together in that period, and the fact that the stock market was going too strong in the eighties really helped restore the bonus to it white full position, at least in the museum traitors as an important part of their compensation package. What do you think of the idea of bonuses instead of, you know, straight salary. The idea is found. In so far is performing should be rewarded. But as many folks pointed out in the wake of the 2000 and eight crisis when clawback provisions were contemplating for some bonuses, You don't really know the full consequences of a trade or the bed or investment, maybe within the year in question, And so while I could return Great benefits in one year could be in honor and total disaster in the next.

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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Significant portion of their annual compensation in a single lump sum payment. But have you ever wondered how this Christmas on steroids tradition began the story of how Wall Street entangled the ritual of gift giving with the business of compensation has origins in the distant past, and here to tell us his Bloomberg opinion columnist Steven Meme, an associate professor of history at the University of Georgia, This is bonus season on Wall Street for anyone not familiar with that Tell us a little bit about what that means in dollar terms for many folks on Wall Street from high powered traders all the way down to the clerical staff. There's a significant portion of Your annual income that comes the the holiday bonus or end of your bonus. So this is ah, This is a much watched and very important phase and you're Your annual life. A occupant of Wall Street. Now tell us the history take us back to the 19th century when it was Christmas gifts and not year in bonuses, right? So it's interesting because the the have a Christmas bonus and it was called, You know, this is not a time when we called it. The holiday was just come Christmas. I was very much in trench. But most employers on Wall Street or Main Street would give gift that were pretty modest. In other words, like a Christmas turkey like you seeing Christmas Carol myself chickens or, uh, in Wall Street. It was not unusual to give like a single gold court. Do the clerical staff and then suddenly, things changed on D that felt a very important banker to make the shift. So tell us about that banker J. Pierpont Morgan and the change he made. John Pierpont Morgan, who was J. P. Morgan, you obviously his name lives on today upon a Miss Williams and the firm was by far the most important and powerful investment banker and the United States from man who presided over massive corporate mergers. He also bailed out the United States basically in 1907 and stop the financial panic. Cracked he and in 90, no one had a really, banner year. Yeah, on Wall Street, making money hand over fist and he had a general partnership. And this is a different structure than most firms, you know that have done public have today. It was a structure whereby all the employees that had any kind of stake in the firm kind of stood and fell, depending on the 14th of the firm, and in fact their own personal assets were pledged as collateral on the firm. It was a very high risk venture is also very high reward venture and when they made this amount of money, Morgan that we don't have a correspondent from this year we we know something about, and he clearly thought that this would be a moment introducing the policy, which would be a kind of profit sharing whereby Employees and his firm and and also ancillary firms control multiple investment firms would get a huge bonus. And I mean huge, a year's salary. Okay, so this this came out of the blue Announcer right before Christmas that everyone in the firm would beginning a full year's salary. In addition to their regular self So other firms started doing the same. I take it and how did they handle in the same way? No. So so it was interesting. It was kind of like when Morgan did this people follow Morgan's lead. But if course not, every firm was able or willing to give a full year salary to ever employees. And so in some cases, some firms went for a kind of equalizing bonus where they gave a generous bonus, But it was the same amount for everyone. Other gave versions of J. P. Morgan's approach, which is like a percentage of the salary and so forth. But if time went on, you know, and this became entranced tradition on Wall Street. There were all sorts of attempts to rationalize it because they're inevitably were complained that this had been carried out an unfair way. So, for example, if they were going to reward performance or Personal circumstances. I didn't really have a scientific way of doing it. And in some cases, quite literally, the managers would reward people because, well, they got married, so they thought, well, he's gonna need help paying for diapers. What have you so we'll get him a bonus and not the guy working next to him. And that wasn't really fair. So they started to rationalize it increasingly survived the 19 twenties. You had a real funny System that more closely resembled this system that is in place some Wall Street today, but you have a next of flat bonus pools. Plus performance kind of icing on the cake bonus isn't as well. The Great Depression brought an end to the bonus is what brought them back again. It's interesting. They came back very slowly and very tentatively, because so much of the culture of the 19 twenties sort of go, go years they're utterly and totally collapsed. And then you know If you were lucky that the job more among the opponents in the post War era, they started reintroducing, but anyone who lived through that period in a test while the stock market have boom years, it wasn't anything like the twenties. But it was 19 eighties that they returned, and they return, in part as a way of rewarding performance, but also for the very same reason that Morgan and introduced them. There was a desire Buying people to the firm so that it less likely to walk off and have your top traders, for example, moved to competing firm. It was a way of instilling employee loyalty. Creating an esprit de corps in binding people together in that period, and the fact that the stock market was going too strong in the eighties really helped restore the bonus to it white full position, at least in the museum traders as an important part of their compensation package. What do you think of the idea of bonuses instead of, you know, straight salary. The idea is found. And so far is performing should be rewarded. But as many folks pointed out in the wake of the 2000 and eight crisis when clawback provisions were contemplating for some bonuses, You don't really know the full consequences of a trade or the bad one investment, maybe within the year in question, And so while I could return Great benefits in one year could be in honor and total disaster in the next And so As finance has become increasingly esoteric, complicated and the that's can go Ally. The bonus system is kind of colliding with that that problem and there's a real You know, in a clawback provisions rather off with way of compensating someone in the CLA graph positions where you give a gift for compensation and then can take it back, create tensions that said, Artist Clean.

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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on The Leviathan Chronicles

The Leviathan Chronicles

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on The Leviathan Chronicles

"The story thus far. A deadly showdown has taken place in New York City, the team led by sunshine and Jason Sterling entered. A secret volts contained within the pierpont Morgan Library and museum to obtain tracking amplify. That boosted the psychic powers of Rebecca on. But when their presence within the museum was detected the New York City. Police Department forcefully descended upon location, having no other way to escape censure radio for Angelie his pilot and confidant to extract his team, using the Moon Blade a unique quad tilt rotor aircraft, but mcallen all Solan Hell Leviathan strikeforce were also in a gym pursuit off track. Oh Gregor against detected the awakening of Rebecca. Donald otherwise known as the Countess in New York mcallen ordered the team to descend upon Manhattan Anton enlisted the services of a former rebellion member Henderson riverstone to rendezvous with the strikeforce of the coast of Hawaii to transport them to New York City, using his highly modified nuclear powered seaplane. After desperate Ariel battle over the Manhattan skyline, mcallen has strikeforce were able to bring down the men blade and acquire DASTA frank, that was contained within the tracking amplifier with the battle came into tragic cost. Greg was killed. Ascension Rebecca von out what Robertson Jason Stolen escaped using submarine piloted by Alexander mcallen Her strikeforce, and now headed back to Leviathan in possession of the coveted stone fragments that they hope will save the city, and now chapter forty one. Awakening..

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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Pierpont Morgan that's never been the bridal show late eighteen hundreds this is your home of the dog the bulldog brunch for forty eight long forty eight long when you're at the hilltop grill no better place to be after George a victory of the Georgia Bulldogs sports network Hey this is her third street this team's gonna need to change the momentum in the second half let's listen into the head coach here his halftime speech listen to me it all comes down to now I want to see some fire a fire they could perfectly grilling acrid smoke sausage and want to see more from you out there more flavor more condiments this is a home date after all now start eating now I'm fired up their courage you do you Georgia power we believe should be filled with water not trash the honey bee population we believe provide a different kind of energy Georgia power dot com slash community this season you can share cope with your team on it so I'm gonna tell you how with a little help from this quarter back because you're coping teams up because sheer cope when your team's down even sure cope with the rival on game day or you can sure cook when you're giving it your famous welcome only recipe a completely packed stadium the fantasies your company Athens born and bred and longest running is proud to be a part of the game let's raise our glasses in with our whole your game day weekend tradition outside of Sunday please drink responsibly and as always twenty one twenty one its market lead a radio show is just the no stress top you need to get you through Atlanta traffic weeknights six to eight on ninety five point five WSP.

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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

07:54 min | 3 years ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Lennon cobaine to park and other activists. I just saw the movie over the weekend. It's a documentary is fantastic. By the way, potash completed graduate studies Columbia University, he published his first book the FBI war onto Pasha core. And black leaders in two thousand seven recently, John has come out with this movie drugs is weapon against us which I saw and we're going to on the program. Hey, John, welcome to ground zero. Thanks so much for having me on again. Yeah. It's been awhile since we had you on you know, and I saw the movie over the weekend. And it was a lot to take in. But one of the things that got me in the beginning of the film, and you you just like. Taking the steps either down into the abyss or opt to the knowledge that you need to have to be enlightened. And what I'm talking about is much of what was in the beginning with something. I really didn't know and that he is most of our colleges universities. A lot of our established businesses in corporate businesses have all been financed on the illicit drug trade. Can you explain that? Well, what I focus on the most about the is the opium shipping families. Which were the Russell's were the biggest opium shipping families from starting in the seventeen hundreds with the British East India company, but they were intermarried with appear ponds and the cabinets and the lows, and basically I show how the cabinets. Where the biggest were opium shippers were the biggest founders like donators, founders of Harvard University the lows. Basically founded Columbia University, the Russel's put the most money into Yale University, and the greens, Princeton, etc. And then also started secret societies, and they spun did that massively. So that each member, for example of skull and bones got today's equivalent of about two hundred and twenty thousand dollars when he graduated from Yale and where it was a member of skull and bones through the Russell trust. So and so some of the top the wealthiest families in our society that Rockefeller's the John J P Morgan John Pierpont, Morgan graduated from Yale was in skull bones. Got that start that way. And so I showed that that was the start of like really was powerful families in our country, and what's considered now the all of our country. Yeah. Earlier I was talking about how America seems to have this love to embrace the oligarchy all the while they protests, the oligarchy, and they do not know what's putting the wound into our souls wounds being put into our souls is the fact that there's underhanded criminal elements within the government's underhanded criminal elements within secret societies are constantly the problem with this country in the problem with. You know, putting us on what we call psychological operational mind control with regard to propaganda cycle warfare in drugs. Right. And so in my film, I show James Bradley, giving lecture on this is the New York Times bestselling author who wrote a flags of our fathers, which is made to cut Eastwood movie. And then he just did some radical research in in writing his next book imperial Cruz where he comes out with all this information. I just give and says showing my film giving a lecture on that. But also shows some whistle blower, CIA whistle blowers, BI, whiskers, whistle blowers and media whistle blowers. Talking about some of these other the other ways that the CIA is as operated in the way, you just said with the project in Troas drugs and also to control the media, and I showed the whistle blowers. From Mike Carl Bernstein, you're sent church media all the others around that. Now think goes back to operate in Mockingbird where they were actually sitting agents. It was revealed during the church committee hearings were sitting agents in the national news networks that were part of the CIA part of the intelligence, and now here they are openly today blatantly hiring people like John Brennan and others to be consultants on like CNN MSNBC all of these places, and and we don't bat ni-. We don't think that the company is actually now giving us information and everything we get any more from the Pentagon, right? And the US Senate committee found that well over four hundred members of the media were living in their work for the CIA. And and call Bernstein tried to come out an article about this, but he can only publish it mowing stoned at times. Watergate muckraking fame, but really they found that bounded virtually all the ownership of all the major media organizations were part of this four hundred plus that were living do allies in the work for the CIA. Yeah. And you know, that's the thing that when you talk about the criminal element within the CIA that goes all the way back to forty seven. When you're looking at well, you even before then really I mean when we brought over Nazis with operation paper clip, and these Nazi doctors moving into the hospitals, and some of the universities, and you were conducting experiments on people using things like LSD and other drugs. Yeah. And they'd originally done is experiments in on in the concentration camps with different psychedelics is brought the experiments they were already working when over the US and now and then started doing one I soldiers thousands of soldiers. And then when people would also show levels, according to this church me documents about this. Well, even in the nineteen fifties. We look at the the Olsen case where he was drugged. There was the dosing of during artichoke. I think of a lot of CIA agents, and we have the Olsen case that was the wormwood movie that a lot of people became familiar with. How does to guy and he committed suicide? Aside or he was pushed. In the end, the worm wormwood you find out in the book is source book. I use on that in my book. Yeah. He choose all the best sevens. Is that he was pushed out the window by a CIA agent. Sure. Well, and what's really sad about it as I was digging through some of the information with regardless who is behind trying to cover this up and trying to keep things cleaned up. It was Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld. Clean up artists for the for the Ford administration telling the family, we're going to give you this much money, you shut up and don't talk about it. And I thought about you know, it's interesting because a lot of what was going on in your in your story about in the nineteen sixties as they were providing LSD for what they call the the restless youth if you will. They give the same thing for the Chileans during politica and Operation, Condor, and guess who was working then Saint people Dick Cheney Donald Rumsfeld Henry Kissinger, all in the Nixon administration pushing this coup. There was also drug infused. Yes. Definitely. And they used in a targeted top musicians in Chile to kill the most famous was popular musician name Jared forgot his first name is Victor. Jira. But yeah, they really horrible. What's happened in Chile with that cue, and the disappearing of tens of thousands. I lived in Argentina during the end of the dirty war. So I know of many of the singers that were exiled like notch gave oughta I remember Charlie Garcia had some problems at the time. Several other artists in Argentina. There were also told either you do what we tell you or you're gone. Well, yeah. And the other. Thing about that, though is under operation sunshine. They saved at least estimates are between ten thousand and fifty thousand Nazis incentives down to the Latin.

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"Fifteen potash released the book drugs as weapons against us, the CIA as murderous targeting of S D S Panthers Hendrix, Lennon Cobain to park and other activists. I just saw the movie over the weekend. It's a documentary. Documentaries fantastic, by the way, potash completed graduate studies at Columbia University. He published his first book the FBI war onto pox your core. And black leaders in two thousand seven recently, John has come out with this movie drugs is weapon against us which I saw and we're gonna bring on the program. Hey, John, welcome to ground zero. Thanks so much for having me on again. Yeah. It's been awhile since we had you on you know, and I saw the movie over the weekend. And there was a lot to take in. But one of the things that got me in the beginning of the film, and you you just it was like taking the steps either down into the abyss or opt to the knowledge that you need to have to be enlightened. And what I'm talking about is much of what was in the beginning with something. I really didn't know and that is most of our colleges universities a lot of our established businesses and corporate businesses have all been financed on drug trade. Can you explain that? Well, focus on the most about the is the opium shipping families. Which were the Russell's were the biggest opium shipping families from starting in the seventeen hundreds with the British East India company, but they were intermarried with the ponds and the cabinets and the lows and basically how the cabinets? Where the biggest were opium shippers were the biggest founders like donators, founders of Harvard University the lows. Basically founded Columbia University the Russel's put the most money into Yale University and the greens of Princeton cetera. And then also started secret societies, and they spun did them massively. So that each member, for example of skull and bones got today's equivalent of about two hundred and twenty thousand dollars when he graduated from Yale and where it was a member of skull and bones through the Russell trust. So and so some of the top the wealthiest families in our society that Rockefeller's the John J P Morgan John Pierpont, Morgan graduated from Yale was in skull bones and got that start that way. And so I showed that that was the start of like really the most powerful families in our country, and what's considered now the all of our country. Yeah. Earlier I was talking about how America seems to have this love to embrace the oligarchy all the while they protests, the oligarchy, and they do not know what's putting the wound into our souls. I view the wounds being put into our souls is the fact that there's underhand criminal elements within the government's underhand criminal elements within secret societies that are constantly the problem with this country in the problem with, you know, putting us on what we call psychological operational mind control with regard to propaganda, psychological warfare in drugs. Right. And so in my film, I show a James Bradley giving lecture on this is the New York Times bestselling author who wrote flags fathers, which is made to cut Eastwood movie. And then he just did some radical research in in writing his next book the imperial Cruz where he comes out with all this information. I just gave and says showing my film giving a lecture on that. But also shows. Some you know, whistle blower, CIA whistle blowers, be whiskers whistle blowers and media whistle blowers. Talking about some of these other the other ways that the CIA is as operated in the way, you just said with the project in Troas drugs and also to control the media, and I showed the whistle blowers. From Mike Carl Bernstein, you're sent church median, I'll be others around that goes back to operation Mockingbird were. They were actually sitting agents. It was revealed during the church committee hearings that were sitting agents in a lot of the national news networks that were part of the CIA part of the intelligence, and now here they are openly today blatantly hiring people like John Brennan and others to be consultants on like CNN MSNBC all of these places, and and we don't bat ni-. We don't think that the company is actually now giving us information and everything we get any more from the Pentagon, right? And you essentially. The committee found that well over four hundred members of the media were living in their work for the CIA. And and call Bernstein, tried to come out an article about this, but he can only publish it mowing stoned at times displays were gate, muckraking fame. But really they found that bounded virtually all the ownership of all the major media organizations were part of this four hundred plus that were living do allies in the work for the CIA. Yeah. And you know, that's the thing is that when you talk about the criminal element within the CIA that goes all the way back to forty seven when you're looking at well, you even before then really I mean when we brought over Nazis with operation paper clip, and these Nazi doctors moving into the hospitals, and some of the universities, and you were conducting experiments on people using things like LSD and other drugs. Yeah. Originally done is experiments in on in the concentration camps with. Psychedelics brought the experiments they were already working one over the US. And now and then started doing him one. I soldiers thousands of soldiers, and then when people at all social levels, according to this church may documents about this. Well, even in the nineteen fifties. We look at the the Olsen case where he was drugged out. There was the dosing of during artichoke. I think of a lot of CIA agents, and we have the Olsen case that was the wormwood movie that a lot of people became familiar with. How does the guy and he committed suicide or he was pushed? Yeah. In the end of worm wormwood, you find out in in the book is source book. I use on in my book. Yeah. He choose all the best evidence is that he was pushed out the window by a CIA agent. Sure. Well, and what's really sad about it as I was digging through some of the information with regards who is behind trying to cover this up and trying to keep things cleaned up. It was Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld cleanup artists for the for the Ford administration telling the family, we're going to give you this much money you shut up and don't talk about it. And I thought about you know, it's interesting because a lot of what was going on in your in your story about in the nineteen sixties as they were providing LSD for what they call the the restless youth if you will. They did the same thing for the Chileans during politica and Operation, Condor, and guess who is working then Saint people Dick Cheney Donald Rumsfeld, Henry Kissinger, all Nixon administration pushing this coup. There was also drug infused. Yes. Definitely. And they used and they targeted top musicians in Chile to kill the most famous was popular musician name Jared forgot his first name is Victor. Jira. But yeah, they really hard horrible. What's happened in Chile with that cue, and the disappearing of tens of thousands. I lived in Argentina during the end of the dirty war. So I know of many of the singers were exiled like Nacho gave outta I remember Charlie Garcia had some problems at the time. Several other artists in Argentina. There were also told either you do what we tell you or you're gone. Well, yeah. And the other. Thing about that, though is under operation sunshiny saved. At least estimates are between ten thousand and fifty thousand Nazis incentive down to the Latin American countries and chill. Any was when when the base Nazi colonies, but Argentina other.

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08:08 min | 3 years ago

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"And fifteen potash released the book drugs as weapons against us, the CIA as murderous targeting of S D S Panthers Hendrix, Lennon, cobaine to pock and other activists. I just saw the movie over the weekend. It's a documentary is fantastic. By the way, potash completed graduate studies at Columbia University. He published his first book the FBI war onto Pasha core. And black leaders in two thousand seven recently, John has come out with this movie drugs is weapon against us which I saw and we're going to be on the program. Hey, John, welcome to ground zero. Thanks so much for having me on again. Yeah. It's been awhile since we had you on you know, and I saw the movie over the weekend. And there was a lot to take in. But one of the things that got me in the beginning of the film. And and you you just like. Taking the steps either down into the abyss or opt to the knowledge that you need to have to be enlightened. And what I'm talking about is much of what was in the beginning with something. I really didn't know and that is most of our colleges universities a lot of our established businesses and corporate businesses have all been financed on the illicit drug trade. Can you explain that? Well, what I focus on the most about the is the opium shipping families. Which were the Russell's were the biggest opium shipping families from starting in the seventeen hundreds with the British East India company, but they were intermarried with the Pierpont and the cabinets and the lows and basically show how the cabinets. Where the biggest were opium shippers who are the biggest founders like donators, founders of Harvard University the lows. Basically bounded Columbia University, the Russell's, but the most money into Yale University, and the greens, Princeton, etc. And then also started secret societies, and they spun did that massively. So that each member pre example of skull bones got today's equivalent of about two hundred twenty thousand dollars when he graduated from Yale and where it was a member of skull and bones through the Russell trust. So and so some of the top the wealthiest families in our society that Rockefeller's the John J P Morgan John Pierpont, Morgan graduated from Yale was in skull bones and got that start that way. And so I showed that that was the start of like really the most powerful families in our country, and what's considered now the all of our country. Yeah. Earlier I was talking about how America seems to have this love to embrace the oligarchy all the while they protests, the oligarchy, and they do not know what's putting the wound into our souls the wounds being put into our souls is the fact that there's underhanded criminal elements within the government's underhanded criminal elements within secret societies that are constantly the problem with this country in the problem with, you know, putting us on what we call psychological operational mind control with regard to propaganda, psychological warfare drugs. Right. And so in my film, I show James Bradley, giving lecture on this is the New York Times bestselling author who wrote a flags of our fathers, which is made movie. And then he just did some radical research in writing his next book imperial Cruz where he comes out with all this information. I just gave and says showing my film giving a lecture on that. But also shows. Some you know, whistle blower, CIA whistle blowers that BI whiskers whistle blowers and media whistle blowers. Talking about some of these other the other ways that the CIA is as operated in the way, you just said with the project with drugs and also to control the media, and I showed the whistle blowers. From Mike Carl Bernstein, you're sent church committee and all the others around that I think goes back to operation Mockingbird where they were actually sitting agents. It was revealed during the church committee hearings were sitting agents in a lot of the national news networks that were part of the CIA part of the intelligence, and now here they are openly today blatantly hiring people like John Brennan and others to be consultants on like. CNN MSNBC all of these places, and and we don't bat ni-. We don't think that the company is actually now giving us information and everything we get any more from the Pentagon, right? And you essentially committee found that well over four hundred members of the media were living delays in their work for the CIA. And and call Bernstein, tried to come out an article about this, but he can only publish it mowing sound at times Watergate muckraking fame, but really they found that bounded virtually all the ownership of all the major media organizations were part of this four hundred plus that were living dole lives in the work of the CIA. Yeah. And and you know, that's the thing is that when you talk about the criminal element within the CIA echoes the way back to forty seven. When you're looking at well, you even before then really I mean when we brought over Nazis with operation paper clip and had these Nazi doctors moving into the hospitals, and some of the universities, and you were conducting experiments on people using things like LSD and other drugs. Yeah. And originally done experiments in in the concentration camps with different psychedelics is brought the experiments they were already working when over the US and now and then started doing them one. I soldiers thousands of soldiers, and then when people at all social levels, according to this church me documents about this. Well, even in the nineteen fifties. We look at the the Olsen case where he was drugged. There was the dosing of during artichoke. I think of a lot of CIA agents, and we have the Allston case. It was the wormwood movie that a lotta people became familiar with. How does the guy and he committed suicide? Aside or he was pushed. In the end, the worm. Where did you find out? And in the book is the source book. I use on that in my book. Yeah. Choose all the best evidence is that he was pushed out the window by a CIA agent. Sure. Well, and what's really sad about I was digging through some of the information with regardless who is behind trying to cover this up and trying to keep things cleaned up. It was Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld. We're we're the cleanup artists for the for the Ford administration telling the family, we're going to give you this much money, you shut up and don't talk about it. And I thought about you know, it's interesting because a lot of what was going on in your in your story about in the nineteen sixties as they were providing LSD for what they call the the restless youth if you will. The same thing for the Chileans during politica and Operation, Condor, and guess who was working then Saint people Dick Cheney Donald Rumsfeld Henry Kissinger, all in the Nixon administration pushing this cou that was also drug infused. Yes. Definitely. And they used and they targeted top musicians in Chile to kill the most famous was popular musician name Jared forgot his first name is Victor. Jira. But yeah, they really hard horrible. What's happened in Chile with that cue, and the disappearing of tens of thousands. I lived in Argentina during the end of the dirty war. So I know of many of the singers were exiled like nachos gay vodka. I remember Charlie Garcia had some problems at the time. Several other artists in Argentina. There were also told either you do what we tell you or you're gone. Well, yeah. And the other interesting thing about that though is under operation sunshine. They saved at least estimates are between ten thousand fifty thousand Nazis and send him down to the Latin American countries and chill. Any was when when the base Nazi colonies, but Argentina other.

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"pierpont morgan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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08:03 min | 3 years ago

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"And other activists. I just saw the movie over the weekend. It's a documentary is fantastic. By the way, potash completed graduate studies at Columbia University. He published his first book the FBI war onto pox your core. And black leaders in two thousand seven recently, John has come out with this movie drugs is weapon against us which I saw and we're gonna bring on the program. Hey, John, welcome to ground zero. Thanks so much for having me on again. Yeah. It's been awhile since we had you on you know, and I saw the movie over the weekend. And there was a lot to take in. But one of the things that got me in the beginning of the film. And and you you just like. Taking the steps either down into the abyss or opt to the knowledge that you need to have to be enlightened. And what I'm talking about is much of what was in the beginning with something. I really didn't know and that he is most of our colleges universities a lot of our established businesses and corporate businesses have all been financed on illicit drug trade. Can you explain that? Well, what I focused on the most about the is the opium shipping families. Which were the Russell's were the biggest opium shipping families from starting in the seventeen hundreds with the British East India company, but they were intermarried with the ponds and the cabinets and the lows and basically show how the cabinets. Were the biggest were opium shippers who were the biggest founders like donators, founders of Harvard University the lows. Basically founded Columbia University the Russel's put the most money into Yale University and the greens at Princeton cetera. And then also started secret societies, and they spotted that massively. So that each number pre example of skull bones got today's equivalent of about two hundred twenty thousand dollars when he graduated from Yale and where it was a member of skull and bones through the Russell trust. So and so some of the top wealthiest families in our society that Rockefeller's the John J P Morgan John Pierpont, Morgan graduated from Yale was in skull bones and got that start that way. And so I showed that that was the start of like really was powerful found in our country, and what's considered now the all of our country. Yeah. Earlier I was talking about how America's seems to have this love to embrace the oligarchy all the while they protest the oligarchy, and they do not know what's putting the wound into our souls. Do the wounds being put into our souls is the fact that there's underhanded criminal elements within the government's underhanded criminal elements within secret societies are constantly the problem with this country in the problem with, you know, putting us on what we call psychological operational mind control with regard to propaganda, psychological warfare in drugs. Right. And so in my film, I show James Bradley, giving less strong. This is the New York Times bestselling author who wrote a flags fathers, which is made Eastwood movie, and then he just it's radical research in writing his next book imperial Cruz where he comes out with all this information. I just gave and says showing my film giving a lecture on that. But also shows. Whistle blowers. CIA whistleblowers BI, whiskers whistle blowers and immediate whistle blowers. Talking about some of these other the other ways that the CIA is. As operated way, in the way. You just said with the project him killed show is drugs and also to control the media, and I showed the whistle blowers. From Mike crawl Bernstein US Senator Schmid all the others around that I think goes back to operation Mockingbird where they were actually sitting agents. It was revealed during the church committee hearings were sitting agents in a lot of the national news networks that were part of the CIA part of the intelligence, and now here they are openly today blatantly hiring people like John Brennan and others to be consultants on like. CNN MSNBC all of these places, and and we don't bat ni-. We don't think that, you know, the the company is actually now giving us information and everything we get any more from the Pentagon, right? And the US Senate committee found that well over four numbers the media were living delays in their work for the CIA and call Bernstein trying to come out with an article about this. But he's going coalition mowing stone at times were gate, muckraking fame. But really they found that bounded virtually all the ownership of all the major media organizations worst part of this four hundred plus that were living do lives in the work the CIA. Yeah. And you know, that's the thing that will you talk about the criminal element within the CIA that goes all the way back to forty seven. When you're looking at well, you even before then really I mean when we brought over Nazis with operation paper clip and had these Nazi doctors moving into the hospitals, and some of the universities, and you were conducting experiments on people using things like LSD and other drugs. Yeah. And they'd originally done is experiments in on in the concentration camps different brought experiments they were already working when over the US now and then started doing him one. I soldiers thousands of soldiers, and then when people at all social levels, according to this church me documents about this. Well, even in the nineteen fifties. We look at the the Olsen case where he was drugged out. There was the dosing of during artichoke. I think of a lot of CIA agents, and we had the Olsen case that was the wormwood movie that a lot of people became familiar with how big does to guy and he committed suicide. Aside or he was pushed. In the end of worm. Where'd you find out and the book is the source book? I use on that in my book shares all the best evidence is that he was pushed out the window by agent. Sure. Well, and what's really sad about it as I was digging through some of the information with regardless who is behind trying to cover this up and trying to keep things cleaned up. It was Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld cleanup artists for the for the Ford administration telling the family, we're going to give you this much money you shut up and don't talk about it. And I thought about you know, it's interesting because a lot of what was going on in your in your story about in the nineteen sixties as they were providing LSD for what they call the the restless youth if you will. They get the same thing for the Chileans during politica and Operation, Condor, and guess who is working then Saint people Dick Cheney Donald Rumsfeld Henry Kissinger, all in the Nixon administration pushing this coup. There was also drug infused. Yes. Definitely and used in a targeted top musicians in Chile to kill the most famous was popular musician name gera-. First name is Victor. Jira. But yeah, they really are horrible. What's happened in Chile with that cue, and the disappearing of tens of thousands. I lived in Argentina during the end of the dirty wars. So I know of many of the singers exiled like Nacho gave oughta I remember Charlie Garcia had some problems at the time. Several other artists in Argentina. They were also told either you do what we tell you or you're gone. Well, yeah. And the other interesting thing about that though is under operation sunshine. They saved at least estimates are between ten thousand fifty thousand Nazis incentive down to the Latin American countries. And she'll any was when when the base Nazi colonies, but Argentina other biggest Nazi colony. But many of these countries that were.

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14:58 min | 3 years ago

"pierpont morgan" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"As weapons dot com. The movie website is drugs as weapons movie dot com. But they're both linked to each other. So you can get to them both easily from each other. So yeah, it's it's where you can get it right now. Let me ask you about the making of the film because it's based on the book is there. Anything new in the film? That's not in the book. Yeah. There is some new stuff. It's just great to get some people talking about what I presented in the book. But some of the new stuff includes I got footage of water best son, head of chemical and biological warfare for South Africa. When it was under apartheid admitting that he had been working with Porton down in fort Dietrich, the two chemical warfare laboratories for England and the United States. So that's new there's some other news stuff related to eyewitness accounts of what happened to Robert F. Kennedy journalists for example, saying I saw him no closer than two to three feet hands her hand. And I saw a guard take out his gun and shoot right behind to the right in behind a Robert F Kennedy when he was. Fascinated and just getting some of that kind of direct coverage is is new there's some other new stuff. I also found footage of what the former president of the American pathologists association. Cyril Wecht saying that he thinks that Kurt Cobain's murder was a stage suicide, you know, it was a murder to made to look like a suicide. He said that for local Pittsburgh news station, and he's been on every major news program in the countries is really eighties now, but is very well known in the United States silhouette so things like that. Or just some new stuff that found after read the book, well since the book came out in two thousand fifteen of course, we've lost some other great musicians like Chester Bennington from Lincoln park and Chris Cornell from audio slave. I don't know if they're included in the film. But would you group those in? Under the suspicious category. Even though they were supposedly suicides. Well, I would just because I I heard some of the activists work. They were doing a heard ov- it more about their past. But I couldn't put them in the film because I just hadn't done enough research on them to be conclusive enough in the book is over four hundred pages long. And so in the film can only be about to be two hours length has got to be about sixty pages of dialogue. And so I I really couldn't go over that. So it's hard to put new people like that in the film when I have enough stuff one who I have in the film already, of course. Well, perhaps it'll be a volume to the film begins as does the book talking about a really the opium trade take us back to I guess, we're talking what made eighteen hundreds right? So it builds up that opium trade built up to the point where it was huge in the mid eighteen hundreds but China could not deal with. It anymore and did not want all that opium illegal opium trading going one, and it's country. It's all it's populist getting addicted nationwide. And so it tried to ban the opium trade and so England fought two wars on behalf of the opium traders and China lawsuits wars, and so the kinds of wars, you know, drug wars, no PM wars. You could see later today basically over Vietnam and Afghanistan, which Vietnam being the golden triangle for opium, which overlaps a section of China. Also and Afghanistan being the golden crescent for opium fields for poppy fields that produce opium. And so, you know, those are America's two longest wars. And it's no coincidence that they were in the two best regions for growing poppies that produce opium and heroin and such show the evidence of why that is and how basically they were fighting over these great resources for the. Opium that you can turn the heroin to sedate and divide the masses. It's actually a quote from former US attorney Ramsey Clark. Who when I asked him about what he thinks drugs are used for by our government. He says to sedate and divide the masses. So that's the basic theme of the book. But I show the evidence of how several families a number of bisbee intermarried families were involved in the opium trade with the British East, India company, and that goes from the seventeen hundreds one words, but they rose up the Russel's the Pierpont, the, you know, the lows the cabinets, and they were all intermarried. The Russell's were the biggest opium traders Brin number these families were into opium trading and made huge huge amounts of money with it. And then started the Ivy league colleges with that money. So I show up your times bestselling author James Bradley in the film. And so that's also some new stuff because he says. He covers the fact he he'd written the book flags of our fathers, which was made to Clint Eastwood movie, and he he's his next book after that was called the imperial crews and imperial crews documents. How basically are most the Ivy league colleges were founded by families who made the richest. Nope, you money. And so the secret societies like, skull and bones, and there's a secret society each each Ivy league college at Harvard had the porcelain club. And so in the secret societies they would stow each member. The school on bones. For example, is the equivalent of about two hundred and twenty thousand dollars when they graduated. So they started off incredibly, you know, wealthy when they graduate. And then they became they rose up in society, even more with other connections to basically have very high positions in our society that Bush's graduated from grad school in bones, Yale in school, and bones. A number of them the Pierpont did with John Pierpont, Morgan J P Morgan and the number of the Rockefellers also. And so. Yeah. Just trace how that that lead in H S, h CFCC is actually the third largest Bank in the world and J P Morgan. Chase started by the Rockefellers and J P Morgan. Wealth is a top Bank in the world that just shows where you know, what they rose up to them where that opium money led to these people when the establishment decided to start targeting activists musicians and so forth. How does that connect to? Let's say opium illicit drugs. In general, connect the dots for sure so when it came to the civil rights movement, for example, you know, there is it was a number of ways that they were targeted. Well, one way was during the Vietnam war when it started you had whistle blowers. Like John Stockwell talk about how his fellow agents were flying out of Vietnam with loads of opium and even g Woodruff of face. I think it was face the nation that has said that in the special documentary on the fact that they have documents showing stating that they were actually flying the heroin. A-and from Vietnam straight into the United States, and I showed that that heroin was actually targeting and being distributed in black communities during the civil rights movement and during the anti Vietnam war movement. And so that really had a terrible affect on those communities in many ways, I mean, it hurt activists at her black communities in general, but also the black civil rights movement because heroin addiction doesn't affect one person affects a family ends up taking the whole community. And that's some of the ways that they used it against communities and the same thing happened later with when they were involved in different wars down in Latin American countries with the cocaine, and that's some of how they used it. But when it came to LSD, I show how they use that against the supporters of the civil rights movement. A number of the white activists like the freedom riders were coming from a number of different areas in the country, but in a huge way from the New York region. So they set up huge base for popularizing LSD at the Millbrook mansion the mansion of the family that owned Goff oil and Mellon Bank. The William none Hitchcock mansion, and they set up a former professor Timothy Leary at that mansion and sent in a bunch of 'em scientists to basically try out different psychedelics and loads of people that were drawn up there with Lord up there. And so that was part of project MK Ocho, which is really the umbrella project for using drugs is unconventional weapons. And that's in the documents on coach, and the, you know, one of the top jugs they were using was LSD, but they used to three dozen different drugs. They tested on Edgewood arsenal soldiers for this purpose. There was an incident in an idyllic little village in France. I believe around nineteen fifty one. I don't know if the air assault. No, they put it in the bread supply. How did they deliver this LSD to the unsuspecting citizens of this little town? Yeah. It was believed that they actually did aerosol the town and people thought it was just mold inbred. But yeah, they basically dosed much of the town with LSD and the town kind of lost their minds tripping so much LSD. Yeah. That was the horrible incident. But it really had planned on trying to use aerosolize LSD on a number of leftist leaders ABC news. So they had a hit list of leftist leaders around the world to dose with LSD and partly through era. Slicing it they tried to dose Sega, VERA and Fidel Castro and Kwamena crew may of an African leader and others that way. So they were really weaponising LSD at that time. Sure. And I mean, imagine if you were to aerosol LSD and spray it over a battlefield and disorients the enemy combatants or I guess what would they do? Just sort of lay down and start tripping out is at the well that was one idea, but you know, you talked about that idea in the movie Jacob's ladder, but the best documented use of it was actually found and this is in in the US Senate church committees documents on what they found that was actually a use for and the church can be report came out in about the mid nineteen seventies. And I showed him my film. But it was basically the use you know, they were they were gonna use it Sarah tip syrup tissue. We excuse me when people would also show levels of United States and other countries inside our countries. And so that's what they really used it for they used the dose all kinds of people who were, you know, basically protesting their pro-war, racist agenda and. So in my book, all kinds of examples of that. Well, when I think of LSD being introduced into the United States initially. I mean, I don't even think of the CIA I think of like Mary prankster's, and they're they're laid acid tests. Or so to what extent with the Mary pranksters were they being were they being manipulated by the CIA or did the CIA realized that the Mary pranksters were were using it. So they had to figure out how they could use it to what? Well, I'll I'll start with the fact that Timothy Leary was one of know one of many professors at about fifty different colleges around the country where they were given money through a CI front company human ecology fund to test psychedelics when students they'd pay them with the equivalent of one hundred and fifty dollars today to just try acid or tribe. Psychedelic mushrooms. Now psychedelic mushrooms. I I really don't go into in my book because I haven't really found the same kind of you know, is it says an extreme of harmful effects. It's the acid. Yes. It seems to develop more problems than people. But when they start using the acid one students, it relieves re introducing it to a lot of people. But it was also they found that it could when people were tripping a lot. It was much easier to manipulate them. Even when they were coming down from their chipping it just caused enough emotional instability that there are more easily manipulated. So Timothy Leary was doing that. They got kicked out of Harvard him and his fellow professors, Richard Alpert and one or two other professors. And so the Mellon Hitchcock family, then give them tons of money to start these acid basis headquarters in different parts of the country and even Mexico. And so, you know, that's when they gave Mellon Hitchcock family gives a huge mansion with a three thousand acres stayed just north of New York City for them. Them to Lor constant party up there for a number of years where m MTO tra- scientists hanging out trying out different, you know, psychedelics on every all the people that were Lord up there. Now, the same thing I should parallel happened with what you said, we're the king Keesey in the Mary prankster's in San Francisco, accept it. Started in a different way with Ken keys in the Mary prankster's Keesey was a graduate student in writing. Instead the Stanford Stanford University who is also an alternate on the Olympic wrestling team. And he was actually so straight that he never really gotten stoned off. We'd say belly you never got drunk in his life. Because it was wrestling for for many years, but he needed money. And so when he saw those experiments in Stanford, he he accepted the money to do the experiment with psychedelics. And then so he went through the experiment. And then after that they offered him a job at the same hospital Stamford based hospital where he did the experiment, and so he was doing janitorial work there. And he had already been writing one flew over the Kuku is necessary and ended up publishing that, but they gave him after he was you know, I'm finishes draft at one of the cuckoo's nest while I was working there at the hospital. The also gave him keys allowed him, you know, access to all the acid they were using their for their experiments. And so the, you know, they pretended like they just allowed him all unlimited to steal unlimited amounts of acid. But that's what he did. And then he had constant parties.

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