“Junius retired in 1879 and J.P. took over J.S. Morgan & Co., recognizing it under the title J.P. Morgan & Co. ‘J.P. Morgan soon became a symbol o the growing centralization of American money.’ He was very monopolistic. His agents would create cartels through ‘Morganization.’ By 1886 the Illuminati families Payne, Whitney and the Vanderbilts all had money in Morgan-Guarantee Company which was run by the ‘J.P. Morgan and Guggenheim outfits.’

At a certain point he controlled nearly half the American railroad system. He established the United States Steel Corp (‘based on Andrew Carnegie’s Pittsburgh Steel mills’). In 1901 by raising the ‘unprecedented ‘ amount of $1.4 billion, J.P. was adept at creating financial syndicates for the Illuminati, joint efforts to further the ‘Great Plan.’ President William McKinley began prosecuting the Rothschild’s Morgan-run Northern Securities under the anti-trust laws in 1900. In 1901 McKinley ran for a second term and appointed a new vice-president, Theodore Roosevelt, a lock, stock and barrel Illuminatus. Less than a year later he was assassinated. When ‘Teddy’ became president, the prosecution of Northern Securities stopped. For this reason some people think McKinley’s death was ordered by J.P. Morgan and the Rothschilds. He was able to set up a syndicate, with the help of Rothschild agent, August Belmont, Jr., that bailed the U.S. out of a Treasury depletion. The syndicate raised $65 billion in gold. The sum would be repaid by an issue of bonds. J.P. received some criticism for the strict terms of the deal.

For 5 months in early 1907, J.P.e Morgan was in Europe, traveling back and forth between London and Paris, presumably visiting the Rothschild House’s there. A. Ralph Epperson writes: ‘Apparently the reason Morgan was in Europe was because the decision was being made to have Morgan precipitate a bank panic in America. When he returned, he started rumors that the Knickerbocker Bank in New York was insolvent.’ Panic ensued. People began a mass withdrawal of their deposits – a run. The Knickerbocker run had a domino effect, other banks had runs and the Panic of 1907 ‘was complete.’ J.P. Morgan oversaw the banking communities response to the Panic of 1907. The whole incident helped the elite push for a central bank. One man who knew of the plot was historian Frederick Lewis Allen, who wrote in LIFE magazine: ‘certain chroniclers have arrived at the ingenious conclusion that the Morgan interests took advantage of the unsettled conditions during the autumn of 1907 to precipitate the Panic, guiding it shrewdly as it progressed, so that it would kill off rival banks, and consolidate the pre-eminence of the banks within the Morgan orbit.’

The Panic of 1907 made people want a powerful central bank that could ‘protect’ the common man from the ‘abuses of the Wall Street bankers.’ This whole thing eventually led to the creation of the Federal Reserve. One of the men with the Morgan financial groups was Harold Stanley. Stanley was a member of the Skull & Bones. After J.P.’s death a Morgan firm became Morgan, Stanley & Co. J.P. Morgan died in 1913. His son, Harvard educated J.P. Morgan Jr., took over (most conspiratorial writers do not make a distinction between these two). J.P. Morgan Jr., was like his father, a power-hungry international banker. He was famous for his handling of immense foreign loans. Most importantly J.P. Morgan Jr. appears to have followed in the footsteps of the former heads of the House of Morgan by working with the Rothschilds.”

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