A glance at the past: Smedley Butler was asked to lead a fascist
takeover against FDR, but blew the whistle on them. FDR was unwilling to
push for prosecution of people who, in modern terms, were too big to fail.
""It was four years," continues Higham, "before the committee dared to publish its report in a white paper that was marked for 'restricted circulation.' They were forced to admit that 'certain persons made an attempt to establish a fascist organization in this country . . . (The) committee was able to verify all the pertinent statements made by General Butler.' This admission that the entire plan was deadly in intent was not accompanied by the imprisonment of anybody. Further investigations disclosed that over a million people had been guaranteed to join the scheme and that the arms and munitions necessary would have been supplied by Remington, a Du Pont subsidiary." (8)
The names of important individuals and groups involved in the conspiracy were suppressed by the committee, but later revealed by Seldes, Philadelphia Record reporter Paul French, and Jules Archer, author of the book, "The Plot to Seize the White House." Included were John W. Davis (attorney for the J.P. Morgan banking group), Robert Sterling Clark (Wall Street broker and heir to the Singer sewing machine fortune), William Doyle (American Legion official), and the American Liberty League (backed by executives from J.P. Morgan and Co., Rockefeller interests, E.F. Hutton, and Du Pont-controlled General Motors). (9)"
some of its roots are occultic).
These articles are HEAVILY documented. They combine in one place information
I already know and add more. I don't recommend a lot that is on that site.
Paranormal research predates the classical MKULTRA and spin
off operations, and there seems to be an odd prevalence of the Office of
Naval Intelligence and/or Office of Naval Research in this, which office(s)
also lurk in the background of the Kennedy Assassination.