"FOR THE SAFETY OF THE REPUBLIC WE NOW DECREE THAT THE DANGEROUS CONSPIRACY MUST BE ENDED BY NOVEMBER 15, (1911)"
Thus wrote the U.S. Supreme Court in its historic decision in the Rockefeller Standard Oil criminal prosecution by the U.S. Department of Justice. Unfortunately, the decree has been evaded and the conspiracy continues unabated and in ever more aggravated form.
". . . the Standard Oil magnate, king of the North American oil trust . . . THE NO. 1 ENEMY OF OUR COUNTRY . . . " editorialized Brazil's newspaper O SEMANARIO, according to Rockefeller's press agent and biographer, Joe Alex Morris. (8)
This author views as incorrect, the use of the term PUBLIC ENEMY NO. 1 for the designation of those who commit crimes against individuals or organizations of relatively minor character, such as murder, rape and burglary, or bank robbery. He feels that it is more rightly reserved for those who commit crimes against society and the State, such as those charged by the above Supreme Court decree as engaged in a "conspiracy" that menaced "the safety of the Republic," who are the subjects of this biography. In that sense of the words, their usage by O SEMANARIO must be acknowledged to be correct; and they are so used here.
The heinous character of the crimes against society in question, the conspiracy to rob our society of liberty, justice and wealth and to destroy the Constitution and the Republic thereon based, which are our hard-won basis of security, would in themselves characterize the criminals in question as psychopaths. Additional evidence supplied by the central character of this biography and by his intimates, however, make the designation "criminal psychopathy" obligatory and beyond question.
Ex-President Harry Shippe Truman must be credited with more courageously and aptly describing the activities of those designated as "conspirators" by the Supreme Court. On March 27, 1942, as Chairman of a Senate Internal Security subcommittee, he said of the Rockefeller- Standard Oil conspirators:
"Even after we were in the war, Standard Oil of New Jersey was putting forth every effort of which it was capable to protect the control of the German government over vital war material.
"As Patrick Henry said: If that is treason (and it certainly is treason) then make the most of it'
"YES IT IS TREASON
"You can not translate it in any other way."
It was a treason that cost the lives of many of our GI's. One never ceases to wonder why these traitors whose activities cost so many lives, were not meted the same punishment as the Rosenbergs whose activities were relatively harmless and cost no lives.
This book has been written and published in a spirit of public service, in a sincere effort to preserve our liberty, and Constitution and Republic that were created to ensure it, against the onslaught of conspirators from within and from without, so that our country can once again become ". . . the land of the free, and the home of the brave."
This work was originally planned as a series of columns. It is hoped that the reader will overlook the consequent repetitions. The reader should bear in mind that the subject of Rockefeller gangsterism and brigandage alone, is far too vast for a volume of this limited scope that is intended to supplement the author's earlier work, ROCKEFELLER "Internationalist," The Man Who Misrules The World. The reader is referred to it and to the many volumes listed in the bibliography for further, but still very incomplete, records of the Dynasty's rascality and criminality.