Roosevelt’s Communist Manifesto

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By Dr. Emanuel Josephson. Roosevelt’s Communist Manifesto. Communism has been a vital factor in American politics since the birth of our republic. In the early days of Communism it was called “Illuminism.”

It was promoted and propagandized by a secret, conspiratorial organization called the Order of Illuminati. It was dedicated to bringing about a New World Order or, in other words, a “New Deal.” Its purpose actually was to overthrow governments throughout the world by revolution and to gain a world dictatorship for its bosses.

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    Roosevelt's Communist ManifestoRoosevelt’s Communist Manifesto

    By Dr. Emanuel Josephson. Communism has been a vital factor in American politics since the birth of our republic. In the early days of Communism it was called “Illuminism.”

    It was promoted and propagandized by a secret, conspiratorial organization called the Order of Illuminati. It was dedicated to bringing about a New World Order or, in other words, a “New Deal.” Its purpose actually was to overthrow governments throughout the world by revolution and to gain a world dictatorship for its bosses.

    Clinton Roosevelt’s Science of Government Founded on Natural Law (written in 1841) is highly significant in American history. (Clinton was a distant cousin of Teddy and Franklin.) However it was basically a plagiarism of Adam Weishaupt’s writings. It presents the organizational aspects of the conspiracy and the author claims the document was the original blueprint for FDR’s New Deal—and the cornerstone of this dangerous creed.

    In Roosevelt’s Communist Manifesto, Dr. Josephson walks us through the entire conspiracy and shows how FDR’s Socialist-Communist-Illuminist polices fulfilled the dream of both Adam Weishaupt (the father of Communism) and Clinton Roosevelt for the United States of America.

    (Written in 1955, this book incorporates a reprint of The Science of Government Founded on Natural Law by Clinton Roosevelt.)

    Softcover, 128 pages, indexed