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Is the Pope Catholic? Actually, no, not in the sense of the normal average Catholic Christian anyway... I agree with Leo Zagami... this Pope is a globalist, satanist, proponent for Islamo-Fascism... not a Catholic Christian at all.

Oldyoti

We, the citizens of America are now joined in a
great national effort to rebuild our country and
restore its promise for all of our people.

~President Donald Trump


I do not think so. I am Orthodox Christian but I must be objective. Roman Pope Francisco refusing that Vatican recognize self-claimed " Republic of Kosovo". Also, Pope refuses to proclaim the saint of Alojzije Stepinac. Little is said that the war archbishop from Zagreb was controversial. Pope from Argentina was exposed to Medjugorje as a hoax. Croatia is furious, but it will have to wait for the next Pope.
Given the poor relations between the Serbs and the Vatican, especially in the 20th century, the people in Serbia, Montenegro and the Republic of Srpska (entity in Bosnia and Herzegovina) are surprised. It is especially surprising that there are relatively few Catholics in Serbia, Montenegro and the RS.
I think that the current Vatican policy wants to end proselytical policy towards "schismatics", ie. Orthodox Christianity. In the West, Liberals through MSM, they mock Jesus Christ and Christians in general (representing them as Ned Flanders in "Simpsons") while from the east there are invasion of migrants and terrorists (violation of human and religious rights of Serbs in "The Republic of Kosovo" and Montenegro and the latest ISIS terrorist attack on Christians in Sri Lanka).

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"Is Corporate America Selling Out Our Country?"

Is the Pope Catholic?

Is the Pope Catholic? Actually, no, not in the sense of the normal average Catholic Christian anyway... I agree with Leo Zagami... this Pope is a globalist, satanist, proponent for Islamo-Fascism... not a Catholic Christian at all.

Oldyoti

We, the citizens of America are now joined in a
great national effort to rebuild our country and
restore its promise for all of our people.

~President Donald Trump
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"Is Corporate America Selling Out Our Country?"

Is the Pope Catholic?
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Thanks for posting. After all the conspiracy alleys we've run down, when all is said and done our enemy is corporate fascism. The good news is there are quick legal remedies already well known that can put the whole corporate infrastructure in check and/or checkmate. We just need the right people with the will to get the job done.

Understanding the big picture is the key to creating viable systems for living beings. We don't want war and we don't want to go back to cave man days. We need a gradual solution put in place by independent coalitions of inventive, moral people.
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"Nixon gave Vietnam"   :o

Vietnam does not belong neither to Nixon nor to USA and they can not "give" the country to someone. >:(
Vietnam belongs to citizens of Vietnam.

Also Serbia belongs to Serbia. USA do not have a right to separate Kosovo from the Republic of Serbia. >:(

Including Kosovo
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"Nixon gave Vietnam"   :o

Vietnam does not belong neither to Nixon nor to USA and they can not "give" the country to someone. >:(
Vietnam belongs to citizens of Vietnam.

Also Serbia belongs to Serbia. USA do not have a right to separate Kosovo from the Republic of Serbia. >:(




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It's Da fractional-reserve-banking stupid !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Learn the system,  END the FED !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...

One bit I'd like to get into is the WWI war loans made by the U.S. Treasury.

These were made possible by the FIAT federal reserve system which had just been started in 1913. Without it the loans could not have been made. Rockefeller and Rothschild could loan via the Fed (which they owned) on MARGIN. Then they bought up the Treasury bonds and were paid 5 percent .

The loans were never paid back, but Rockefeller/Rothschild/Morgan got paid principal and 5 percent, and the Fed made a percentage too. 


Reproduced below is the speech recorded by the industrialist and philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, Jr. in 1917 entitled Fundraising. -  one of America's most vilified business figures for a period in the early years of the 20th century - threw his weight behind government efforts to fund America's military participation in World War One.  To this end Rockefeller spoke in favour of the United War Work campaign  

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Do you want to see the flower of the manhood of this country, which has brought everlasting glory to our nation, neglected in the hour of its greatest need, and afraid to face temptation?  Then withhold your contribution to this fund.

Or do you want to see a chapter of moral victory and prowess as superb and as glorious as that of the victories of arms which have already been achieved, added to the annals of the history of this country, and high standards of morality maintained and perpetuated by our sons and brothers in the days to come?


Doesn't this sound familiar to our current situation? Fed printing money while the banker's are made whole with interest?

One could say that the WWI U.S. Loans Default, in-directly led to the Great Depression in 1929....

The Federal Reserve Act of 1913

http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-3401804606.html

WORLD WAR I WAR DEBTS. During and immediately after World War I, America's cobelligerents borrowed some $10.350 billion ($184.334 billion in 2002 dollars) from the U.S. Treasury.

These funds were used mainly to finance payments due the United States for munitions, foodstuffs, cotton, other war-related purchases, and stabilization of exchange. Of that sum, $7.077 billion represented cash loans extended prior to the armistice; $2.533 billion was advanced to finance reconstruction after the armistice; and postarmistice relief supplies and liquidated war stocks amounted to an additional $740 million. Total foreign indebtedness—including interest due before funding of the original demand obligations but excluding loans to Czarist Russia, for which no hope of collection remained—came to $11.577 billion ($206.186 billion in 2002 dollars).

In turn, the U.S. government borrowed from its own citizens, mostly through Liberty Bonds paying 5 percent interest.

During the period of economic disorganization in Europe following the termination of hostilities, the administration of Woodrow Wilson agreed to grant the debtor nations a three-year postponement of interest payments. But it indicated that eventually the debtors would be required to repay the loans.

In February 1922 Congress created the World War Foreign Debt Commission, on which representatives of the House and Senate flanked the secretaries of state, commerce, and the Treasury. Congress directed the debt commission to seek funding arrangements providing for amortization of principal within twenty-five years and an interest rate of not less than 4.25 percent.

Disregarding this limitation on its mandate, the commission managed to reach agreement with thirteen European debtor nations before its five-year term expired. The settlements all provided for repayment of principal over sixty-two years. Assuming that the debtors would continue to pay for sixty-two years, the settlements as a whole were equivalent to cancellation of 51.3 percent of what could have been required on a 5-percent basis. Actually, those who drafted the agreements did not expect them to continue in force much beyond a generation, so that the true percentage of the debt forgiven was appreciably larger.

Nevertheless, the governments of the four principal debtor nations—Great Britain, France, Italy, and Belgium—believed that the debts should have been canceled altogether as the American contribution to a common struggle. They settled most unwillingly—Great Britain, to avoid losing its own standing as a creditor nation and banking center, and the Continental countries, to avoid being barred from access to American capital markets.

In 1931 the Hoover Moratorium provided for temporary cessation of all intergovernmental transfers to cope with the international banking crisis that accompanied the Great Depression. After the moratorium expired, the debtors found various excuses not to resume regular payments. By 1934 every European nation except Finland had defaulted. Congress expressed its displeasure in April 1934 by passing the Johnson Debt Default Act, effectively prohibiting defaulting governments from further borrowing in American markets for several crucial years.

American policy planners later drew an opposite lesson. During World War II and its aftermath, they extended credits under Lend-Lease and the Marshall Plan without expecting integral reimbursement.

http://wwi.lib.byu.edu/index.php/U.S._Policy_on_War_Loans_to_Belligerents
Washington, August 10, 1914
Secretary of State Bryan to President Wilson:

My Dear Mr. President:

I beg to communicate to you an important matter which has come before the Department. Morgan Company of New York have asked whether there would be any objection to their making a loan to the French Government and also the Rothschilds -- I suppose that is intended for the French Government. I have conferred with Mr. Lansing and he knows of no legal objection to financing this loan, but I have suggested to him the advisability of presenting to you an aspect of the case which is not legal but I believe to be consistent with our attitude in international matters. It is whether it would be advisable for this Government to take the position that it will not approve of any loan to a belligerent nation. ...


Happy Veterans Day
WWI HAD to be financed (borrowed) by the creation of the Federal Reserve Act ... Which was signed by Prez Wilson before WWI started ...  There was a plan for WWI MANY years before WWI "happened"

http://www.usgovernmentspending.com/spending_chart_1908_1928USb_16s2li111lcn_F0t


http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_cfr_04.htm

The way the CFR works is clearly explained by the famous journalist Walter Lippmann. Lippmann was a member of the mysterious  Round Table   Group; editor of the publication THE NEW REPUBLIC; member of America’s first intelligence organization the INQUIRY; the official interpreter of the meaning of Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points to the British Government; attended the Paris Peace Conference after World War I; and a Council on Foreign Relations founding father.1
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The Council on Foreign Relations was formally established in Paris in 1919 along with its British Counterpart the Royal Institute of International Affairs. The Council on Foreign Relations and Royal Institute of International Affairs can trace their roots back to Rhodes secret society. Rhodes became fabulously wealthy by exploiting the people of South Africa. Rhodes is the father of Apartheid.

 Many American members were American intelligence officers that belonged to the first American Intelligence Agency -- THE INQUIRY. Many British members were British Intelligence Agents. THE INQUIRY and its members, who included such notable Americans as Col. Edward Mandel House, Walter Lippmann, Isaiah Bowman, and James Shotwell, wrote most of Woodrow Wilson’s 14 points.

The INQUIRY members attended the Paris Peace conference and traded off most of the Fourteen Points to establish the League of Nations. Wilson was so disturbed by the INQUIRY’s betrayal he suffered a stroke and physical collapse and refused to speak to his influential advisor INQUIRY member Edward House ever again. The American people refused to join the League of Nations, because they did not want to belong to an organization that could force America to go to war and whose intent was to be an international police force.

Col. House was an active member of the American Round Table Branch before becoming a Council on Foreign Relations founding father. House would play a key role in establishing a Graduated Income tax and the Federal Reserve System.
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On March 13, 1907 a financial panic was triggered by rumors that the Knickerbocker Bank, and The Trust Company of America were about to become insolvent. The rumors were started by the House of Morgan. There was a run on the banks. Morgan helped to avert the panic he helped to create. Morgan imported $100 million worth of gold from Europe to stop the run on the banks. This exercise was a Round Table psycho-political operation. It provided America with the perception and rationalization that what the United States needed was a central banking system.9

 The Senate created the National Monetary Commission to study the problem. Senator Nelson Aldrich (John D. Rockefeller’s father-in-law) headed the commission. To investigate the matter the Commission toured the continent of Europe to study the European central banking system. Aldrich didn’t have any banking experience. It took nearly two years and $300,000 of tax-payer money to wine and dine the men of the European central banking system before the committee was able to complete their study. Towards the end of 1910, a group of men held a secretive meeting on Jekyll Island, Georgia. 10

 The purpose of the 1910 Jekyll Island meeting was to write the final recommendations for the National Monetary Commission report. Senator Aldrich arranged the meeting. The men who attended included: 

• Henry P. Davison (House of Morgan - J.P. Morgan and Co.)
• Benjamin Strong (House of Morgan - Bankers Trust Co.)
• Frank A. Vanderlip (House of Rockefeller - National City Bank )
• A. Piatt Andres (Assistant Secretary of the Treasury)
• Paul Warburg ( House of Warburg and House of Khun-Lobe & Co.)

According to the memoirs of Frank Vanderlip, 

"Despite my views about the value to society of greater publicity for the affairs of corporations, there was an occasion, near the close of 1910, when I was as secretive - indeed as furtive - as any conspirator... I do not feel it is any exaggeration to speak of our secret expedition to Jekyll Island as the occasion of the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal Reserve System." 

Congress acted on the report and created the Federal Reserve act which President Woodrow Wilson signed on 23 December 1913. 11

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Wealth Disparities in U.S. Approaching 1920's Levels

One bit I'd like to get into is the WWI war loans made by the U.S. Treasury and the FEDRES was needed to make those loans.

These [loans] were made possible by the FIAT federal reserve system which had just been started in 1913. Without it the loans could not have been made. Rockefeller and Rothschild could loan via the Fed (which they owned) on MARGIN. Then they bought up the Treasury bonds and were paid 5 percent .

The loans were never paid back, but Rockefeller/Rothschild/Morgan got paid principal and 5 percent, and the Fed made a percentage too. 

Reproduced below is the speech recorded by the industrialist and philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, Jr. in 1917 entitled Fundraising. -  one of America's most vilified business figures for a period in the early years of the 20th century - threw his weight behind government efforts to fund America's military participation in World War One.  To this end Rockefeller spoke in favour of the United War Work campaign  


Doesn't this sound familiar to our current situation? Fed printing money while the banker's are made whole with interest?

One could say that the WWI U.S. Loans Default, in-directly led to the Great Depression in 1929....

The Federal Reserve Act of 1913

http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-3401804606.html

WORLD WAR I WAR DEBTS. During and immediately after World War I, America's cobelligerents borrowed some $10.350 billion ($184.334 billion in 2002 dollars) from the U.S. Treasury.

These funds were used mainly to finance payments due the United States for munitions, foodstuffs, cotton, other war-related purchases, and stabilization of exchange. Of that sum, $7.077 billion represented cash loans extended prior to the armistice; $2.533 billion was advanced to finance reconstruction after the armistice; and postarmistice relief supplies and liquidated war stocks amounted to an additional $740 million. Total foreign indebtedness—including interest due before funding of the original demand obligations but excluding loans to Czarist Russia, for which no hope of collection remained—came to $11.577 billion ($206.186 billion in 2002 dollars).

In turn, the U.S. government borrowed from its own citizens, mostly through Liberty Bonds paying 5 percent interest.

During the period of economic disorganization in Europe following the termination of hostilities, the administration of Woodrow Wilson agreed to grant the debtor nations a three-year postponement of interest payments. But it indicated that eventually the debtors would be required to repay the loans.

In February 1922 Congress created the World War Foreign Debt Commission, on which representatives of the House and Senate flanked the secretaries of state, commerce, and the Treasury. Congress directed the debt commission to seek funding arrangements providing for amortization of principal within twenty-five years and an interest rate of not less than 4.25 percent.

Disregarding this limitation on its mandate, the commission managed to reach agreement with thirteen European debtor nations before its five-year term expired. The settlements all provided for repayment of principal over sixty-two years. Assuming that the debtors would continue to pay for sixty-two years, the settlements as a whole were equivalent to cancellation of 51.3 percent of what could have been required on a 5-percent basis. Actually, those who drafted the agreements did not expect them to continue in force much beyond a generation, so that the true percentage of the debt forgiven was appreciably larger.

Nevertheless, the governments of the four principal debtor nations—Great Britain, France, Italy, and Belgium—believed that the debts should have been canceled altogether as the American contribution to a common struggle. They settled most unwillingly—Great Britain, to avoid losing its own standing as a creditor nation and banking center, and the Continental countries, to avoid being barred from access to American capital markets.

In 1931 the Hoover Moratorium provided for temporary cessation of all intergovernmental transfers to cope with the international banking crisis that accompanied the Great Depression. After the moratorium expired, the debtors found various excuses not to resume regular payments. By 1934 every European nation except Finland had defaulted. Congress expressed its displeasure in April 1934 by passing the Johnson Debt Default Act, effectively prohibiting defaulting governments from further borrowing in American markets for several crucial years.

American policy planners later drew an opposite lesson. During World War II and its aftermath, they extended credits under Lend-Lease and the Marshall Plan without expecting integral reimbursement.

http://wwi.lib.byu.edu/index.php/U.S._Policy_on_War_Loans_to_Belligerents
Washington, August 10, 1914

My Dear Mr. President:

I beg to communicate to you an important matter which has come before the Department. Morgan Company of New York have asked whether there would be any objection to their making a loan to the French Government and also the Rothschilds -- I suppose that is intended for the French Government. I have conferred with Mr. Lansing and he knows of no legal objection to financing this loan, but I have suggested to him the advisability of presenting to you an aspect of the case which is not legal but I believe to be consistent with our attitude in international matters. It is whether it would be advisable for this Government to take the position that it will not approve of any loan to a belligerent nation. ...


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More about the WWI budget:

I find this very interesting. The debt to the U.S. was written off (when the "allies" could not collect from Germany). 

I document this in Wealth Disparities in U.S. Approaching 1920's Levels .

The U.S. put out 10 billion (in 1920 dollars) in loans to the "allies" which were never paid back. Rockefeller/Rothschild bought the treasuries "bonds" and were paid back with interest.  The U.S. spent another 10 Billion on the war. So about 20 Billion total which can be seen in the U.S. Budget in 1918

The federal budget up until 1918 was below 2.5 Billion Dollars
See: http://www.usgovernmentspending.com/year1917_0.html#usgs302  2.3 Billion in 1917 ,
13 Billion in 1918  , 18 billion 1919 , 6 billion 1920

http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-3401804606.html
WORLD WAR I WAR DEBTS. During and immediately after World War I, America's cobelligerents borrowed some $10.350 billion ($184.334 billion in 2002 dollars) from the U.S. Treasury.

These funds were used mainly to finance payments due the United States for munitions, foodstuffs, cotton, other war-related purchases, and stabilization of exchange. Of that sum, $7.077 billion represented cash loans extended prior to the armistice; $2.533 billion was advanced to finance reconstruction after the armistice; and postarmistice relief supplies and liquidated war stocks amounted to an additional $740 million. Total foreign indebtedness—including interest due before funding of the original demand obligations but excluding loans to Czarist Russia, for which no hope of collection remained—came to $11.577 billion ($206.186 billion in 2002 dollars).
 
http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1514.html
Hoover Moratorium
A final effort to find an orderly solution to the war debt and reparations issues was made at the Lausanne Conference in mid-1932, prior to the expiration of the moratorium. This bid ultimately failed because of the U.S. refusal to cancel Allied war debts.

When the moratorium finally expired, a handful of former Allies continued to make at least token payment to the U.S., but in the end only Finland was willing and able to discharge its obligation fully.

http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1515.html
Lausanne Conference July 9, 1932

It was amply clear to the delegates that the deepening depression had made it impossible for Germany to resume its reparations payments. They came to an agreement on a two-point plan:

Not to press Germany for immediate payments

To reduce German indebtedness by nearly 90 percent and require Germany to prepare for the issuance of bonds valued at three billion Reichsmarks to be administered by the Bank for International Settlements and issued when world economic conditions warranted. This provision was close to cancellation, reducing the German obligation from the original $33 billion to $714 million.

It was informally agreed among the delegates that these provisions would be effective only in the event that the United States agreed to cancellation of war debts owed by other Allied governments.
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When the moratorium expired, the international debt situation was technically returned to the terms of the earlier Young Plan, but in fact the system had collapsed. Germany did not resume reparations payments and once the National Socialists (Nazis) had consolidated power, the debt was repudiated.

For a short period in 1933, the United States continued to receive war debt payments from several former Allies. After 1934, however, only two nations continued to honor their obligations — Hungary paid until World War II erupted in 1939 and Finland discharged its entire debt.

http://current.com/news/92696098_germany-to-pay-last-wwi-reparations.htm
Germany to Pay Last WWI Reparations
source: http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/0,1518,720156,00.html

But in 1953, West Germany agreed at an international conference in London to service its international bond obligations from before World War II. In the years that followed it repaid the principal on the bonds, which had been issued to private and institutional investors in countries including the United States.  ... France and Britain needed the reparations to repay their own debts. Both countries had borrowed vast sums from the US during the war

more at link... "...private and institutional investors in countries including the United States"

aka Rockefellers, Fords, Harrimans, Morgans, Rothschilds, Federal Reserve, Queen of England, basically the entire New World Order funding both sides of the wars.

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2006/12/29/65945/550
British Make Final Payment of WWII Debt to USA  - Dec 29, 2006
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While the debt for WWI is unserviced, the UK still maintains bonds issued to pay for the Napoleonic wars and before
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Video / Archon SOP
« Last post by KD7ONE on July 18, 2019, 09:13:33 pm »
These are the standard operating procedures of the Archons
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63Hnhl6g0aw
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Is Corporate America Selling Out Our Country?

THE DAILY CALLER
TUCKER CARLSON and NEIL PATEL
CO-FOUNDERS
July 18, 2019
7:56 PM ET

... Every big company has a Washington office dedicated to influencing U.S. government policy and regulation. With our increasingly powerful government and regulatory regime, it’s smart for companies to do this, and there is nothing wrong with it in theory. But now that corporate America is pushing Washington for its often globalist positions instead of for policies that benefit Americans, we may have a real crisis on our hands.

We’re not talking about just a few corporate offices. Washington is completely dominated by corporate America. Big companies fund the influential trade associations all over Washington and hire lobbyists all over Congress and the regulatory agencies. These lobbyists understand our increasingly complex labyrinth of regulations. And they are often writing the laws Congress enacts.

Think tanks are supposed to be independently analyzing and commenting on our policies. But who do you think funds the think tanks in Washington? Corporate America dominates in this sphere as well. When they want a new law or to stop a law or regulation they don’t like, these companies go even further, hiring public relations firms and ad agencies to convince us of their positions. All of this is a multibillion-dollar business. ... (Read it all at the title link)

JTCoyoté

"I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous
to our liberties than standing armies. If the American
people ever allow private banks to control the issue
of their currency, first by inflation then by deflation,
the banks and the corporations that will grow up
around them will deprive the people of all property
until their children wake up homeless on the continent
their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be
taken from the banks and restored to the people, to
whom it properly belongs."
Attributed to ~Thomas Jefferson,
from a letter to Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin.
(quoted in the Congress in 1933)
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It's interesting. Oh yes.
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Victims of WW1 is not post for this topic. I am sure that was on Prison Planet Forum topic about WW2.

Yes it's about the same for WWI ...  Europeans have been manipulated into slaughtering whole populations  of themselves ....


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_I_casualties

The total number of military and civilian casualties in World War I were about 40 million: estimates range from 15 to 19 million deaths and about 23 million wounded military personnel, ranking it among the deadliest conflicts in human history.

The total number of deaths includes from 9 to 11 million military personnel. The civilian death toll was about 8 million, including about 6 million due to war-related famine and disease.
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About two-thirds of military deaths in World War I were in battle, unlike the conflicts that took place in the 19th century when the majority of deaths were due to disease.

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https://www.geni.com/projects/Jewish-Soldiers-in-World-War-I-1914-1918/5453

At the outbreak of the war, the Jews, eager to demonstrate their loyalty to their respective countries, rallied to the war effort. Initially the Jews in Russia were no exception, but when the policy of deportation was implemented, many Jews began to pray for the victory of the Central Powers. Nevertheless, about half a million Jews donned Russian uniforms.

On the opposite side, almost 100,000 Jews were serving in the German army. Yet despite this massive enlistment, accusations of evasion and of profiteer­ing were brought against the Jews in both countries, and official investi­gations were instigated.

In all, about 250,000 Jewish soldiers served in the United States military during World War I, 40,000 of whom volunteered. About 3500 Jews were killed in action or died of wounds.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Jewish_military_personnel_of_World_War_I

An estimated 100,000 German Jewish military personnel served in the German Army during World War I, of whom 12,000 were killed in action. The Iron Cross was awarded to 18,000 German Jews during the war

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Lets see and the Russian Communist Revolution was in 1917 ....

https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/wwi-and-the-jews/
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Under Russian rule, the Jews were suspected of collaboration with the enemy, and 600,000 of them were banished from the front by the czarist army, a traumatic experience and an economic catastrophe that was still felt long after the war. To aid their displaced and impoverished brethren, Jews around the world established welfare organizations on a scale previously unknown.
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Suspicions concerning their loyalty were even voiced in England and the United States, since the Jews did not hide their hostility toward the oppressive Russian autocracy, the ally of the two powers; and indeed, there were those among the recently arrived immigrants from Russia who refused to enlist. In both countries, Jews of German origin were required to sign humiliating public declarations of loyalty.

While the loyalty of Jewish individuals was torn between the opposing camps, Jewish international associations, including the World Zionist Organization, declared themselves neutral.
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Zionists in Germany conducted negotiations with the Foreign Office concerning cooperation over Palestine, and in 1915 the Jewish philosopher, Hermann Cohen, went to the United States to ask the Jews to try to persuade the American government to enter the war on Germany’s side.

[  Now is is interesting since the US was in the process of "lending" to the British/French allies 10 BILLION ( Morgan Trust / Rothschild / FEDRES  ) which ultimately would never be repaid ( 1929 financial collapse (convenient eh? )  . So it would be long day in hell before the US would back the Germans ]

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These efforts undoubtedly spurred the British government to make advances to the pro‑English minority within the Zionist Organization, which contributed to the publication of the Balfour Declaration in November 1917.

Despite this first diplomatic victory for political Zionism, by the end of the war the majority of Jews found themselves confronting hatred and trouble.
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