Another excellent and important essay from Joel.

Of all the Anglo-American elite organizations, the Oilgrim Society stands at the summit.

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The Pilgrims Society | Membership list
A study of the Anglo-American Establishment

"There are several curious things about these Pilgrims functions. In the first place there is present at these dinners an array of notables such as it would be difficult to bring together under one roof for any other purpose and by any other society... Among the guests were John D. Rockefeller and J.P. Morgan, Thomas W. Lamont and other members of the House of Morgan... We are entitled to know what the Pilgrim Society is, what it stands for, and who these powerful Pilgrims are that can call out the great to hear a British Ambassador expound to Americans the virtues of a united democratic front."

- John T. Whiteford asking very reasonable questions in his 1940 pamphlet 'Sir Uncle Sam: Knight of the British Empire'.

"[The aim of the international bankers was] nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system wasto be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences."

- Professor Carroll Quigley, 'Tragedy & Hope', p. 324. Can the Pilgrims, which Quigley never mentioned, verify his story of an Anglo-American Establishment?

Contents

Intro
The WASP elite
Pilgrims history
The Pilgrims network
* Banks, law firms, insurance and other business
* Media (and Operation Mockingbird)
* Education
* Cultural, scientific and revolutionary societies
* Religion
* Templar and Masonic orders
* The big interests
* The State Department vs. the DoD's Neoconservatism
Pilgrims and Israel
Pilgrims and international fascism
Pilgrims, FDR and American fascism
Anti-Eastern Establishment propaganda
Pilgrims anomalies
The propaganda is true?
Globalist theory
Conclusion

Read full essay here: http://www.isgp.eu/organisations/Pilgrims_Society02.htm