The dollar and the Vatican by Avro Manhattan

The dollar and the Vatican by Avro Manhattan

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The purpose of this work is the study of one of the major imponderables in contemporary global affairs, namely, the coordinated use (a) of organized religion on the part of the Vatican, and {b) of the financial might of the dollar on the part of certain powerful forces in the U. S. A.

The simultaneous joint exertions of the former and the latter are directed at the ultimate subjugation of the American people. This is a portent which, besides profoundly affecting the internal and external policies of the U. S. A., is influencing many nations within and outside the Western Hemisphere.

A survey of the spiritual might of the Vatican, invigorating and invigorated by the monetary supremacy of the dollar, consequently deserves some scrutiny.

For should religious and political freedoms within the U. S. A. be extinguished, then the light of liberty would quickly be put out also throughout the West. It behoves the American people, therefore, to be constantly on the alert, as their fall would spell the fall, not only of the most vigorous champions of freedom in the Western Hemisphere, but also of their mother Europe, looking from across the ocean at a magnificent new race in the making, in whose name certain evil forces are endeavouring to enslave both.

Baron Avro Manhattan was born April 6, 1914, in Milan, Italy, of American and Swiss/Dutch parents. He was educated at the Sorbonne in Paris and the London School of Economics. He was jailed in Italy for refusing to serve in the Fascist dictator Mussolini’s army.

For his service he was made a Knight of Malta, a Knight of the House of Savoy as well as a Knight Templar, a Knight of the Order of Mercedes as well as a member of the Royal Society of Literature. Of his more than 20 books include the best-selling The Vatican in World Politics, was a best-seller translated into most major languages including Chinese and Russian