The War Democrats: Woodrow Wilson

Between the years 1913 and 1921 the 28th president of the United States, Woodrow Wilson, outdid his predecessors in military interventionism. Wilson’s moral crusade to bring democracy to the world and uphold the Monroe Doctrine began in Mexico. Wilson’s “moral diplomacy” then set its gunsights on Nicaragua. The goal of the United States was to undermine European financial interests in the region and protect American companies exploiting Nicaragua’s natural resources. Wilson then conspired with the financial class of the day to get the United States involved in a European war. J. P. Morgan gave approximately $2.3 billion to the Allied nations, financial support that allowed them to purchase armaments. Wilson was re-elected in 1916 on the slogan that he had kept, and would keep, the US out of the war. Wilson’s war to end war became one the deadliest conflicts in human history. The total number of military and civilian casualties was over 38 million. The war profiteers reaped vast fortunes. After signing the Federal Reserve Act into law in 1913, Wilson expressed regret over working with the international bankers responsible for the war. Wilson said America was no longer ruled by the majority but by a cartel of international bankers and corporations.

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Show Notes

Material for this report taken from the unpublished manuscript, The War Democrats, by Kurt Nimmo.

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Comments

  1. Richard Williams says:

    Cannot for the life of me understand the background rock music for such a serious documentary. It is disruptive and distracting. What is the point of it?

  2. Ferdinand Stanek says:

    Nicely done! Thought I knew about Wilson and Butler, but learned a lot. The promo video on YouTube is good too. In this world where everyone is a critic, it is important to take time to acknowledge the creators. Good job and keep it up!

  3. Good work! But it is an appetizer what were some the sources used for this video? I would definitely like read some these primary source materials. The material here dovetails nicely with a lot that was written in William Engdahl’s book ‘The Gods of Money’.

  4. Great history lesson. I just started The Untold History of the United States due to my recent interest in history. It’s interesting to see the patterns they have when wanting to overthrow a government and the lies they tell to get into war, which is why knowing history is so important. War is big business, no wonder it has never stopped. You have to wonder what is malfunctioning in the brains of people who are happy to get rich off the murder and suffering of other human beings.
    “…Mexicans refused to salute the flag.” What’s up with the flag fetish? lol

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