The Origins of America’s Secret Police | Matt Ehret

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Canadian Patriot’s narrates this excellent short documentary on the history and influence of the Satanic .

Do leading members of secret societies managing many of the levers of influence throughout history wield genuine “knowledge known only to the inner elites”… or is something else at play? In this Canadian Patriot Review documentary produced by Jason Dahl, narrated by and based on the work of Cynthia Chung, you will be introduced to the ancient origins of societies that penetrated the heart of America’s intelligence agencies after the murder of William McKinley in 1901. This journey will take you into the heart of ancient occult societies that managed wars, financial and cultural policies over two millenia ago. You will learn of the underlying methodology of manipulation used to induce foolish kings and generals into self destruction during the days of the Persian Empire are used to this very day. With this perspective in mind, you will be introduced to 1) the British roots of the Scottish Rite of founded in 1801 by British grand strategists in South Carolina, 2) a figure named who led in the largest expansion of this foreign agency within the after Lincoln’s victory in 1865 and 3) the “seat of government” which 33rd degree FBI director J. Edgar Hoover managed in the during the course of eight presidencies. This dark history is contrasted to the courageous efforts of men who devoted their lives resisting the growth of this occult agency including President Franklin Roosevelt, Senator Thomas J Walsh, Congressman Hale Boggs, Attorney General of New Orleans Jim Garrison, Martin Luther King Jr, Bobby Kennedy and his brother John F Kennedy. This documentary was based on the essay “The Origins of America’s Secret Police” by Cynthia Chung.

This film was produced, directed and co-written by Jason Dahl and was narrated and co-written by Matthew Ehret

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