The 20th Cen gave birth to many new & lasting concepts, the internet, girl power, psychoanalysis, but few have left such an indelible mark on the human psyche as the dreaded dictator. Nearly every nations populace during the last century toiled at some point with the possibility that their beloved land might be taken over, legitimately, by some previously obscure maniac in a military uniform, flailing his arms around as if possessed by a demon. What were the conditions that created so many of them? If we listen to mainstream historians or political analysts the answer would probably be unstable financial markets compounded by the spread of socialist states, creating political 'vacuum's' or something of that nature, lies in other words. If so, what evidence do we have to support our contention that they were created intentionally? Tracing the origins of some of these mens careers is not so easy, much of the information regarding their backgrounds is on the whole somewhat obscure, however, when we measure what circumstantial evidence there is against the body of irrefutable proof concerning the ones we do know about, then I think it's fair to state that they can indeed be all traced to a common denominator, the genesis of which may be found here;
As stated, the only one of the 20th Cens most notorious 'despots' that can't be traced directly to London Paris or Washington is Chairman Mao, although, whilst the British may have ruled de facto over other nations for a time, Iraq, Uganda etc, Mao's China was the only state mentioned that harboured a permanent British Territory; Hong Kong, & as we can see, it wasn't used to export Fish & Chip shops exclusively. What's also interesting is that on closer inspection, some of these men were less fearsome than their reputation suggests, Ho Chi Min being the obvious example.
"To acquire influence & wealth, then to intrigue, & at need to fight, to establish the Johannite or Gnostic & Kabalistic dogma, were the object & means proposed to the initiated Brethren. The Papacy & the rival monarchies, they said to them, are sold & bought in these days, become corrupt, & to-morrow, perhaps, will destroy each other. All that will become the heritage of the Temple: the World will soon come to us for its Sovereigns & Pontiffs. We shall constitute the equilibrium of the Universe, & be rulers over the Masters of the World.'
- Albert Pike (Morals & Dogma)
'In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.'
- Franklin D. Roosevelt
'In her book titled THIS ONE MAD ACT, John Wilkes Booth’s granddaughter, Iola Forrester Booth, reveals that her grandfather had belonged to the Knights of the Golden Circle & had not been killed in Baltimore as reported in history, but rather had escaped capture through the aid of fraternal brothers. The Supreme Headquarters for the Knights of the Golden Circle was 814 Fatherland Drive in Nashville, Tennessee. This was the home of Dr. Sylvester Frank James, older brother of Jesse James & high-ranking member of the KGC. Years later it became the Dixie Tabernacle, the original home of the Grand Olde Opry.'
- KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN CIRCLE By Bret Burquest
I forgot about Fidel Castro,
& me a fidel player too! Hope this suffices;
'He began school with the De la Salle (Christian) Brothers, a French order. "At that time I studied religion just as I studied the history of Cuba. We accepted all those things about the beginning of the world, as natural facts. They didn't make us reason this out, & I was more concerned about sports, the beach, nature, & studying the different school subjects, that kind of thing."
He was about 12 when he started to attend a Jesuit secondary school in Santiago de Cuba, before going on to an elite Jesuit high school in Havana.'
3/31/2018 05:29:30 pm
Interesting stuff. Revisionist sentimentality apart, as a prelude to your quest, what exactly is it? Where (approximately) do you see your blog... in ten years time? Although I am behind you in your travelling caravan of knowledge, the destination is slightly unclear. Exponentially and by rights, these common factors are normally engaged, as it were.
Ah Craig, glad you asked. The point of the quest is to do ones duty as a citizen. When I was studying politics many years ago I was told that one of the precepts of living in a free society (as opposed to the ones listed above) was to take your elected representatives to task when they erred so to speak, as much for their benefit as for ours, acting as an unofficial set of checks & balances etc. This, we were told contributed to a healthy society & staved off the threat of tyranny & we were told Britain was the flagship for all this & I believed it.
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