In a book about the British Security Coordination, a WWII intelligence organization with one purpose and one purpose only, to get control of America, there was a quote in it saying that the earliest origins of the term “freedom of the seas” (in a derogatory context towards England) was a “senator” – no name was given. The book said that this unnamed senator used it at an America First rally in 1940. This particular quote had only two results on Google on May 31, 2014 when I first started looking into it.
This was an intentional mis-portrayal by the author, to position a senator with the phrase and then position both with the front group British intelligence had a hand in creating, and thereby position all three as traitors to America, pro-nazi, and evil.
This was no accident.
It is one of the trickiest, dirtiest, and most underhanded things that I have ever come across. There was a senator who did use that phrase at an America First rally, but it was not his phrase, and he was not the Senator associated with it.
It was another man’s.
It was that man that the British and the Vatican so hated, so feared, that even in death they were still trying to defeat him. Still trying to make sure what he stood for was dragged through the mud. There are very few men that they do this with. One is Thomas Jefferson. Another is Andrew Jackson.
Who was this man?
William Edgar Borah, Senator from Idaho. He was the earliest source of the term “freedom of the seas” in a derogatory context towards England. He is why the Brits tried to position that as being an America First idea, and by another man.
Since history has seen fit to use Senator Borah as both (wrongly) an example of an “America First” committee member and as a straw-man to be disproved concerning his take on WWII – I thought he might just bear further investigation.
So I began to dig. And dig. And dig.
In fact, much of my work since May/June 2014, has came out of my desire to understand this man, the times he lived in and who he was up against.
Sometimes, in research you hit a ‘gold-mine’ – and that’s what Senator Borah was.
Surrounding him many pieces of information came into view, that, put together with other pieces, finally formed an interlocking and viewable puzzle segment. This ‘picture’ becomes very clear concerning the utter duplicity and even more base – the jealousy and school-boy mentality of generations of slavemasters towards those who both expose and defeat them in their grandiose rule-the-world plans.
It was a toss-up which way to go first with this man Borah, back in time to where he single-mindedly laid seige to (and won against) the British Slavemasters League of Nations plan, or to start forward at the end with the slavemasters second attempt at a League of Nations (with another accompanying War, of course).
In the end, I did both. This article is the culmination of researching in both directions in time, finally meeting the man in the middle of so many crossroads.
He has the honor of being our very first entry into our new The Unrepentant: Persons of Vision and Couragesection. I think you will find that after you read this, he deserves it. This man and his friends were up against some of the worst odds, the worst array of evil ever assembled in the history of this society.
I’m not going to do much with his early years in his life, although much could be said of that too. I prefer to focus on the meaning of his life, the periods where he shows just what he was brought here to do.
I thank the universe that he was.
Read the rest here: The McClaughry’s Blog