“the revolutionary element arises; using, of course, the word revolutionary in a constructive sense”. Major Douglas. Social Credit and Distributive Political Economy.


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Russia: Mendeleyev and Witte
In Russia, the ideas of the protectionist American System were well
known via extensive collaboration with
the Americans, dating back to Russia’s
chairmanship of the League of Armed
Neutrality, which protected third-country shipping and supply lines during the
American Revolution. Hamilton’s Report on Manufactures had been published in Russian in 1807, and the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers helped build
the fi rst Russian railways in the 1830s.
Russia allied with Lincoln in the U.S.
Civil War, sending Russian warships to
the New York and San Francisco harbours against potential British attack.
Besides the back-to-back emancipation
of the serfs in Russia by Czar Alexander II and the slaves by Lincoln in the
USA, there were numerous pro-American System explorers, industrialists, and
diplomats from the Carey networks, in
and out of Russia in the period from the
1850s up into the 1890s.
An extension of this collaboration was
the fact that the brilliant chemist Dmitri Mendeleyev, originator of the Periodic Table, and major infl uence on Marie Curie, attended the 1876 Philadelphia Exhibition. He returned to Russia
with enhanced intelligence on American agriculture, the fl edgling oil industry, and transcontinental railway construction. Mendeleyev was the director of the
Bureau of Weights and Standards, which
was important for the Russian development
of their iron industry, obviously crucial for
building such a railway in Russia.
Finance Minister Count Sergei Witte
drafted Russia’s 1891 tariff law, with
his ally Mendeleyev writing the introduction to the document—a scathing attack on British free trade. Witte, around
this time, produced a Russian translation of List’s National System of Political
Economy. Russian industrial production
grew rapidly under Witte’s guidance.
The 5,800-mile Trans-Siberian Railway
from St. Petersburg on the Baltic Sea to
Vladivostok on the Pacifi c was completed in 1903. Railways became the single
largest industry in the country, employing 400,000 people in 1900. The population was also being transformed, as
Witte wrote in one of his reports: “The
railway is like a leaven, which creates a
cultural fermentation among the population. Even if it passed through an absolutely wild people along its way, it
would raise them in a short time to the
level requisite for its operation.”
Strategically, the establishment of
unbroken rail networks from France all
the way across Europe to Asia would
open “a new path and new horizons not
only for Russia but for world trade”,
wrote Witte. It would rank “as one of
those world events that usher in new
epochs in the history of nations and
not infrequently bring about the radical upheaval of established economic relations between states”.
In other words, this Russian
statesman was talking about
the potential end of the British maritime empire. In particular, transcontinental rail
would provide the opportunity for “more direct relations with the North American States”, strengthening the
longstanding “solidarity of
political interests” between
Russia and the U.S.
A Strategic Challenge to
the Empire
As this was unfolding, a
modern Japan was founded
during the 1860s and 1870s,
when a handful of Japanese
intellectuals translated the
works of Hamilton, Friedrich
List, and Henry Carey into
Japanese, to promote what
they themselves called “the
American System” in Japan.
These Japanese patricians,
b o r n n o b l e m e n , b u t
becoming ardent supporters
of the American Constitution,
formed an army to subdue the feudal
Tokugawa warlords and restore central
government to the young Emperor
Meiji in 1868, an event known as the
Meiji Restoration.
One of Henry Carey’s closest
friends and collaborators, U.S. State
Department offi cial Erasmus Peshine
Smith, was stationed in Japan from
1871-77 as an advisor to the Japanese
government’s Foreign Ministry on
issues of credit, tariffs, education, and
bilateral treaty agreements with the
western powers. The establishment
of the National Bank in 1872 and the
enactment of educational reforms to
create a literate citizenry, imbued with
scientifi c and technological optimism,
were directly due to Smith.
With this platform now established
in Russia, Japan and Germany, by the
1890s an historic opportunity for the
nations of continental Europe to unite
and work together emerged. France’s
Foreign Minister Gabriel Hanotaux
collaborated with Finance Minister
Witte of Russia to develop the internal
connections of the European nations,
moving towards a completed Eurasian
The world was advancing in a way
that could smash the power of the
British Imperial forces. The British
counteroffensive, led by the likes of
the son of that dope-sniffi ng Queen
Victoria, the future King Edward
VII, struck against all those nations
with assassinations, subversion, and
fomentation of wars—and ultimately
World War I.
Equally horrifying to British
Imperial strategists was the work
being done in the laboratories, in all
fi elds of science, during the decades
after Lincoln’s Civil War victory. It
was against this scientifi c renaissance
that the Cambridge Apostles of
the Darwin Project for Malthusian
genocide were unleashed, to corrupt,
pollute, and attempt to destroy the new
scientifi c discoveries and technological
advances, including the revolution in
physical chemistry, taking place during
these years



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Henry Carey, in his 1876 pamphlet titled Commerce, Christianity and Civilisation Versus British Free Trade: Letters
in Reply to the London Times, presented
his vision of the American System and a
global development program. He nailed
free trade for the anti-human, genocidal
doctrine it was, in particular for the fact
that it rested on a worldwide empire of
dope-pushing: “Early in the free-trade
crusade it was announced in Parliament
that the smuggler was to be regarded as
‘the greater reformer of the age’.”
He attacked the British East India
Company’s opium smuggling into China as being based upon “bribery, fraud,
perjury and violence”, and charged that
the British had bombed Canton “with
great destruction of property and life”,
setting the stage for “a treaty by which
the poor Chinese were required to …
pay $21,000,000 for having been so
long compelled to submit to the humiliation of being plundered by the ‘great
reformer’; and further, to cede Hong
Kong, at the mouth of the Canton River, to the end that it might be used as
a smuggling depot throughout the future.” When the British Crown had renewed the East India Company’s charter in 1833, wrote Carey, it was with the
“express understanding … that opiumsmuggling should not in any manner be
interfered with.”
Bam! This would have knocked the
Brits’ socks off.
American Infl uence in Germany
Most worrying to the British was the
impact of American System economics
upon Germany.

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