The World At War

Chapter 7: The Federalist Cause

 

 

 

The American Revolution

 

The American Revolution has been inspired by philosophers of the Enlightenment, particularly the Englishmen Thomas Hobbes and John Locke, and the Frenchmen Jean-Jacques Rousseau and François-Marie Arouet (Voltaire).184 It is said to have begun on 5 Mar 1770 with the Boston Massacre, but American colonists never responded with armed resistance or retaliation to that event. The first sign of rebellion came on 16 Dec 1773 with the Boston Tea Party, led by Samuel Adams. The Boston Tea Party was such a peaceful event that the colonists destroyed only the tea commodity of the tax they were protesting, and even swept the decks of the ships they raided.185 However, the Illuminati used the American Revolution after 1773 to foment the dissolution of British mercantilism by means of what is now called the American Revolutionary War. (Great Britain was targeted because it was under the control of the House of Hanover, which was a Christian family.)

The Revolution was effected before the War commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people; a change in their religious sentiments of their duties and obligations. […] This radical change in the principles, opinions, sentiments, and affections of the people, was the real American Revolution. John Adams186

The American Revolutionary War, or the American War of Independence, brought about the Illuminists’ dechristianization of Europe and the weakening of the British economy. The American colonies were at war with the British Empire within 2 years of the Catholic Church’s war against the Illuminists in 1773. The Illuminist Thomas Paine, a man who described himself as detesting the Bible and Christianity, published Common Sense, a defense of federalism and many Illuminist principles, on 10 Jan 1776. Adam Weishaupt’s revisions are formally celebrated as having been finished on May 1 of that year, and by July 4 the Second Continental Congress was ready to ratify Thomas Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence after editing out some of the Deist language to make it acceptable to Masons (Unitarians) and Christians.

The war itself was a small conflict compared to wars fought in Europe. Considering that Illuminism was still merely in the shadow of Masonry in America at the time, it lacked support even from the revolutionaries responsible for the Boston Tea Party, right from the outset. The Illuminists never had a majority of the population supporting them at any point in the war, and many American colonists were openly opposed. In some areas, the war was a civil affair with no British soldiers in sight, and more than 70,000 loyalists left the colonies altogether. After the fighting was finished, the state of Massachusetts even had to raise a private army to put down a rebellion which threatened the stability of the confederation. General George Washington never commanded a field army of more than 17,000, and his decision to engage 11,000 of his men at Brandywine on 11 Sep 1777 seems to have been made purely for numerological reasons; it was so stupid that it resulted in the immediate capture of the American capital.187

Due to the unpopularity of the cause, the Illuminists were only able to muster a militia of 75 men when they attacked Major General Thomas Gage’s 700 British troops at Lexington Green on 19 Apr 1775. The battle was so insignificant that the militiamen who lost only suffered 18 total casualties (8 were killed, only 3 more than had died in the so-called Boston Massacre), but by instigating the battle, they were able to draw the British colonies in America into an open war against the Empire.188 Masonic lodges were used to recruit soldiers by Illuminists like Benjamin Franklin, then Grand Master of the grand lodge in the American capital of Philadelphia. Franklin had recruited militiamen at Tun Tavern (the site of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania) during previous clashes with Native Americans for several decades. On 10 Nov 1775, the proprietor of Tun Tavern was commissioned by the Continental Congress to use it to recruit the new Continental Marines, which later became the United States Marine Corps, and one of the lodge’s most exalted members was made its first commandant.

Colonists complained that the British used mercenaries from Hessen-Kassel who comprised about a third of the invading army. Ironically, France, Spain, the Netherlands and the Kingdom of Mysore all also fought against the British, and the French are credited with ending the war in the colonists’ favor. In 1781, Washington sent the French Illuminist, the Marquis de La Fayette, to Virginia, in order to skirmish with General Charles Cornwallis. Cornwallis was unable to destroy La Fayette’s significantly smaller force, so he entrenched in Yorktown, Virginia, where Cornwallis was forced to surrender due to a French blockade on 19 Oct 1781, effectively ending the war.189

The American Revolutionary War was officially ended by the Treaty of Paris, which was negotiated by John Adams and the Illuminists Benjamin Franklin and John Jay in 1784. The fact that the king’s terms were not asserted well enough prompted Jay to further betray the United States with Jay’s Treaty in 1794. In response to the betrayals of the nation’s interests by the Illuminists, Congress passed the 13th Amendment in 1812, prohibiting titular subjects of the British Empire (like Jay) from serving in any capacity in the American government. However, Britain retaliated by invading and destroying records of the 13th Amendment’s ratification in what is called the War of 1812. The 14th Amendment is now universally referred to as the 13th, as though the 13th Amendment never actually existed at all.190

Britain’s decision whether or not to participate in the latter phase of the American Revolution, the American Civil War, must have been a hard one. On the one hand, it would have helped the House of Hanover defeat the Illuminists. Nearly all of the Illuminists in North America supported the Confederacy, with the exception of some of the bankers and financiers in New York (Pike was also against secession), but US President Abraham Lincoln was a major exception, and supporting the Union was therefore tantamount to denying the king’s sovereignty by the rights granted in the treaties ending the American Revolutionary War. Also, Britain had been defeated in that war, and its merchantile economy had been fatally wounded due to foreign intervention, so supporting either side in the Civil War could have sparked a war with European nations, a war which Britain almost certainly would have won, thereby gaining back some of its former influence and prestige.

On the other hand, Britain had effectively been completely subverted by 1861, evidenced by the government’s commitment to the Rothschilds’ Opium Wars. London was also an early Illuminist stronghold, and Giuseppe Mazzini had already been basing his operation there for decades. War against the Confederacy would have seriously undermined him. A Confederate victory would have tremendously helped the English monarchy in its quest to incorporate the United States back into the British Empire, and would have only created another overseas enemy for Britain in the United States.

Moreover, Lincoln threatened the stability of the country when he offered command of the Union Army to Giuseppe Garibaldi.191 Garibaldi, a resident of New York for many years, probably would have accepted it had his masters not been on the other side of the conflict, and Lincoln was forced to withdraw the offer due to Catholic protests. With Garibaldi at its head, the Union Army surely would have won an immediate and total victory, but instead it was plagued by devastatingly incompetent or inactive generals for half the war. Most of the military aristocracy which produced the war’s only truly able leaders, including the renowned general Robert E. Lee, were members of a secret society called the Society of Cincinnati, which supported the South and the cause of secession.

The real reasons the American Civil War took place are not nearly as complex as accidentalists would have us believe. The war was not fought over slavery, or economics, or Southern independence, or any of the traditionally held causes; it was about the federal government of the United States enforcing its decision to repeal the right of American colonists to own allodial property, as granted by King George III in 1784 and 1794.192 These rights were asserted by the states which seceded and could only be suppressed by a federal invasion. The Civil War was about centralization following revolution; it was the American version of the Red Terror, or Bonaparte’s coup d’état. It was about denying the masses the catchword of ‘Liberty’ which the Illuminists use to incite them to war, always promising and never delivering.

Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. [… W]e here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain […] that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom […] that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth. Abraham Lincoln

The student of history would do well to inquire as to whether the secessionists were dedicated to something other than liberty and equality, and if so, whether that was ample cause to wage America’s most devastating conflict against a nation of people which it considered to be its own citizens. Ever since the Puritans founded the New England Colony in Massachusetts and the Episcopalians settled in Virginia, the conflict between the North and the South was always between Masons and Illuminists; the Civil War was just an extension of this ideological conflict. It began when Lincoln was elected and basically ended when he was assassinated, and the new president, a low-ranking Mason under the Southern Jurisdiction of the AASR, publicly declared his fealty to Pike, an Illuminist, as soon as the war was finished. So we see that Pike’s victory over Masonry was even more complete than at first glance.

 

 

The United States of America

 

While it may have been an important issue in 1812, whether titular subjects of the British monarchy serve in the government of the United States no longer has any significance. What was once done in the open is now done in secret. For example, the former secretary of the draconian Department of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff is the son of a Zionist rabbin and a dual-citizen of Israel. There is no allegiance whatsoever to the people or Constitution of the United States in the government which governs them.

In the first chapters, we asserted that the New World Order take their orders from international bankers who finance wars, revolutions and Hegelian theses for their own diabolical purposes, which supersede national sympathies. As we have already mentioned the Rothschilds and Rockefellers several times, it is appropriate to examine the politicians in the United States who have been bought by their money and ideologies in the recent past and who still control the machination of politics in America. This is essential for understanding why America has the most important role in shaping the world government of the internationalist synthesis and why its position in World War Three is no different than Germany’s was in World War Two.

The Illuminists encountered resistance early in the American Revolution—resistance which was to shape the nature of American politics for a hundred years. A single party system was forged after the war, whereby the presidential candidate who received the second highest tally of votes became the vice-president, but there was still division between Masons and Illuminists even within the choiceless Democratic-Republican Party founded by Jefferson. Washington became the first president, and John Adams, the Mason of pre-war revolutionary fame, became his vice-president. These men practically hated each other, and Adams had openly criticized Paine’s Common Sense for its “absurd democratical notions” as early as 1776.193

The solidly-Illuminist Federalist Party led by Alexander Hamilton emerged from within Jefferson’s party in 1796 as an antithesis to usurp control, just as Napoleon Bonaparte was planning his similar takeover of the French government. However, the Federalists never gained the presidency, and Hamilton was shot and killed in 1804 by Aaron Burr, another Illuminist who became disillusioned when he was removed from the vice-presidency. Instead, and in the true fashion of Weishaupt and Voltaire, the Illuminists were forced to use Jefferson’s administration to implement the Federalist platform, though Jefferson was actually elected for opposing it.

The Anti-Masonic Party was formed in 1826 as a response to Richard Howard’s murder of William Morgan and the ensuing outrage by ex-Masons, but it too never gained any real political power. Andrew Jackson’s Democratic Party ultimately defeated its opponents in 1832, and he undid much of the tyrannical federalist system. These two parties later merged to form the anti-federalist Whig Party which even included Jackson’s opponent Henry Clay, who was probably selected by the Illuminists to infiltrate the Whigs, as he had been one of them. (This is a common tactic, and there have actually been elections in the United States wherein both candidates chosen by the Illuminists had already switched parties during their careers.)194

Both Whigs elected to the presidency were murdered in office, but the party was rejuvenated by the emergence of a new political alliance which called itself the Republican Party. The first Republican president, Abraham Lincoln, was also murdered in office, and the presidency has been under the direct control of the Illuminati ever since then with no notable exceptions. The modern Democratic Party was formed as an antithesis to the Republican Party through Lincoln’s successor Andrew Johnson, the Southern Democrat and thrall of Albert Pike.

Bill Clinton remarked in his acceptance speech for the 1992 Democratic nomination for US President that he had been profoundly influenced by Carroll Quigley, one of his professors at Georgetown University.195 Quigley wrote a 1348 page volume entitled Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time which outlines the Illuminist conspiracy in full detail. (First published in 1966, this book is not available in its original complete form.) Quigley convinced Clinton to pursue his Rhodes Scholarship. According to Cecil Rhodes’ will, the endowment created at his death in 1902 is “to and for the establishment, promotion and development of a Secret Society, the true aim and object whereof shall be for the extension of British rule throughout the world.” Also included in the will is the imperative phrase “the ultimate recovery of the United States of America as an integral part of the British Empire.”196

Clinton’s vice-president and later presidential nominee Al Gore, Jr. has been on Occidental Petroleum’s payroll his whole adult life, and inherited a family fortune accrued from Occidental’s chief Armand Hammer. Hammer regularly bragged that he had Al Gore, Sr. in his “back pocket.” When Gore’s father retired, he was paid a large annual salary for a job with an Occidental subsidiary, which he did not perform.197 Likewise, Gore’s financial transactions with this company are just as devious. None of this would matter much in an already politically corrupt capitalist country like the US, if not for the fact that Hammer had close ties with Josef Stalin, or that his father Julius Hammer had been the founder of the US Communist Party.198

While the Gore family has been bought and put into politics by Communists, the ostensibly antithetical Bush family has been intrinsically linked to the Nazis. The patriarch of the family, Prescott Bush, was a member of the elite Skull and Bones secret society which created German National Socialism. Secretly a Jewish immigrant from Germany, he made his fortune by laundering money through the Nazi industrialist Fritz Thyssen, and was appointed by fellow Bonesman George Herbert Walker to run Thyssen/Flick United Steel Works. Their relationship was so good that Walker lent his full name to Bush’s son, who then became US President.199 Bush and his fellow Bonesman W. Averell Harriman were the directors of the Union Banking Corporation, which was shut down in 1942 for treasonous Nazi dealings prohibited by the Trading With the Enemy Act, at the same time that Harriman was conspiring with Churchill as the United States’ ambassador to Britain.200

While both George H. W. Bush and his son George W. Bush are Skull and Bones members, it is worthy of mention that their (disputed) elections are a Hobson’s choice in the Hegelian fashion. When Democratic nominee John Kerry ran against George W. Bush in the 2004 election, what Americans were presented with were two Skull and Bones members. Kerry was barely favored over General Wesley Clark for his party’s nomination early in the campaign, but even Clark was a Rhodes Scholar. Kerry had made his fortune by murdering a fellow Bonesman, US Senator John Heinz (a Republican, no less), and then marrying his rich wife. This is the way it has always been since the days of George Washington and the single party system; the people are presented with an illusion of choice, but in reality the whole operation is a ploy and there is no difference in the outcome.

In truth, the United States has two distinct governments, and the real, hidden government of the unelected financiers and industrialists has its tentacles in the make believe government which is presented to the masses simply for show. Practically every member of the highest echelons of the government knows this. Senator Barry Goldwater, for instance, states that the Trilateral Commission is “David Rockefeller’s newest international cabal … intended to be the vehicle for multinational consolidation of the commercial and banking interests by seizing control of the political government of the United States.”201 These are not merely the vague musings of a conspiracy theorist turned senator; literally all of the senior cabinet members in the executive branch of the US government since the Trilateral Commission was founded in 1973 have been Trilaterals.202 Trilaterals also own the American media and every aspect of American society. These are the people who make up the New World Order, the tools or agentur of the Jesuits’ Synagogue of Satan.

Furthermore, according to Bonesman Winston Lord, “The Trilateral Commission doesn’t run the world, the Council on Foreign Relations does that!”203 (He should know, as he was its president for nearly a decade, as well as serving as US Ambassador to China under Reagan and Bush, and Assistant Secretary of State under Clinton.) The Council on Foreign Relations was founded by the Federal Reserve bankers in 1920, and its membership list has about 50% overlap with that of the Trilateral Commission. Since 1953, all but one secretary of state and one undersecretary of state, as well as every director of the Central Intelligence Agency and every chairman of the Federal Reserve, has come from the CFR’s membership list. The same is also true of nearly every president, and of other policy makers who control them. With statistics like this, it is extremely foolish to doubt the fact that Illuminists like Rockefeller, whose grandfather John D. Rockefeller was a founding member of the CFR and a Bonesman, are in total control of the United States of America.

 

 

The French Revolution204

 

The French Revolution is the name given to that period in the history of France which took place between the storming of the Bastille and Napoleon Bonaparte’s coup d’état which established the French Empire. In other words, the French Revolution is another name for the First French Republic. It lasted from 1789 to 1799, and like all wars and revolutions, it is generally regarded as having been a spontaneous or catastrophic and isolated series of events, but was actually planned several years in advance as just one part of a long and continuous series of wars and revolutions in Europe. It was caused primarily by the economic crisis on both a national and a class level, but also by the ideas of the Enlightenment that had been planted into the minds of the lower classes for decades. Secondary to this was the pressure of foreign intervention, largely from the Kingdom of Prussia, where Voltaire held much influence.

King Louis XVI proved to be incompetent in his attempts to deal with the political unrest and the financial crisis he was faced with, mostly because the men which he appointed to help him were themselves the very same Illuminists fomenting the revolution. The Illuminist Jacques Necker (a Prussian by birth) in particular was responsible for the nation’s finances both in 1776, when he had been sent to infiltrate the king’s court from his native Switzerland, and also immediately before the revolution. His second dismissal on 11 Jul 1789 prompted the storming of the Bastille, which took place 3 days later. As a result of that incident, the king recalled Necker, but in order to keep the revolution on schedule, Necker refused to work with the other two Illuminists most responsible for overseeing the revolution, and although he was a brilliant economist and could have saved France, he intentionally destroyed what little was left of the French economy before returning to Switzerland in 1790.

The two Illuminists who directed the military aspects of the French Revolution were the Comte de Mirabeau and the Marquis de La Fayette of American Revolutionary War fame, wherein he had been commissioned as a major general at the age of 19 due to his Illuminati affiliations. In 1787, La Fayette demanded that the king convene the Estates-General, an act which made him so popular that he was made Vice-President of the National Assembly. Those who opposed the Illuminists were dispersed by Mirabeau’s National Guard. Many individuals, including Jean-Sylvain Bailly, President of the National Assembly, as well as Mayor of Paris under the Illuminists’ own National Party, were simply marched into a line and executed during the Reign of Terror.

La Fayette instigated the French Revolution on the same day that Jacques Necker was removed as Director of Finance. His Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen, based on Thomas Jefferson’s script, was ratified in August of the same year and stamped with the Illuminati’s signature Eye of Horus at the top. La Fayette was offered supreme command of the National Guard in 1790, but turned it down because the position already belonged to Mirabeau. The Assembly denounced him as a traitor on 19 Aug 1792 for trying to save the king’s life, in opposition to the Jacobins, and he spent 5 years in foreign prisons.205

The Comte de Mirabeau was one of only a few fully initiated Illuminists who were selected to advance the cause in France by Adam Weishaupt himself. He was completely devoid of morals, and even found himself in the same dungeon as the infamous Marquis de Sade at one point, although the two men strongly disliked each other. He was condemned to death for seduction and abduction, but fled to Switzerland where he began his work for Weishaupt’s reading societies, and eventually for their political action fronts. Back in France, he was later elected President of the National Assembly, and managed to secure a vote which denied new elections until France had a constitution, but died before serving.206

The constitution which Mirabeau sought and which La Fayette fought for was to preserve the monarchy. They did not actually want to destroy it; they just wanted to steal its power and keep it centralized, out of the hands of the mob which they had used to usurp it. It was not until Bailly’s first attempt to disperse the Jacobins failed and La Fayette’s troops opened fire on them, leading to his exile, that the Illuminists suffered any setbacks. When it became apparent in 1793 that the preservation of the absolute but ineffective monarchy was out of the question, King Louis XVI and his wife Marie Antoinette were both beheaded, and political clubs like the Jacobins, which had served as the Illuminists’ power base, were outlawed.

The political executions of the Reign of Terror served other purposes which can only been seen from the conspiratorial point of view. Having gained the nation of France, the Illuminists desperately wanted international war, especially with the Holy Roman Empire. Practically the entire issue of German and Swiss involvement in the French Revolution can be regarded as Prussia’s suit to find a casus belli and annex either France or the Empire (whichever was more expedient). Antoinette was the sister of Emperor Leopold II, who had issued the Declaration of Pillnitz with Frederick William II of Prussia as early as 27 Aug 1791, demanding the restoration of the French monarchy. The Illuminati hoped to secure a formal declaration of war from Leopold by provoking him with the murder of his sister.

Leopold refused to respond with military force, and died on 1 Mar 1792, long before Antoinette’s execution. France declared war anyway for no apparent reason other than the fact that the Feuillants led by La Fayette wanted it. (The Feuillants were the Illuminists’ choice party after the National Party was kept out of power, due to the conflict between Bailly and La Fayette.) The ensuing French Revolutionary Wars handed the political power of the French Republic from the mob to the Illuminists, setting the stage for Bonaparte’s totalitarian dictatorship which nearly conquered the entire continent of Europe. The goals of the French Revolution, of course, were the six points of Weishaupt’s protocols made manifest by the end of feudalism and institutionalized Christianity. As this was the first major political crisis instigated solely by the Bavarian Illuminati, it brought a great deal of attention to them—attention which is necessarily overlooked by the historians who wish to cover up the evidence of the internationalist conspiracy.

 

 

The Federalist Synthesis

 

 The French Republic ended when several Illuminists including Charles Maurice de Talleyrand, Napoleon Bonaparte, and Bonaparte’s brother Lucien overthrew the constitutional government, between the auspicious occult dates of the 9th and the 11th of November 1799. Following the example of the orchestrations of Julius Caesar, the conspirators elected a triumvirate and then appointed Bonaparte their proconsul, then proconsul for life, and then finally emperor.207 The conspiracy to replace the French Republic with a totalitarian French Empire modeled after the Roman state represented a major achievement for the Illuminists. Conquering the world through military might was still considered possible at the time, and Bonaparte took the Grand Army on campaigns as far away as Egypt and Russia.

Bonaparte was able to muster the continents’ resources through diplomacy and war, with the capture of Britain and Rome as his ultimate objectives. He declared himself Emperor of Rome and forced Pope Pius VII to consecrate him.208 However, the Pope excommunicated him at the first opportunity, and was exiled from Rome as a result. Bonaparte became the first Illuminist to make Rome the capital of Italy through conquest in 1810, but his empire began to crumble by 1814 due to strategic blunders and delusional megalomania.

The power of the French Empire shifted to the Rothschilds, who had financed both sides of Napoleon’s wars, and later used the opportunity of Bonaparte’s famous defeat at Waterloo to buy bought up the British markets, as they had previously done in France. When Bonaparte abdicated, the strongest of the European nations—Russia, Britain, Austria and Prussia—redrew the continent’s international borders at the Congress of Vienna. The French also sent their own diplomat (Talleyrand) who dictated the terms of the vanquished France to the rest of the assembly without contestation, a fact which greatly empowered Bonaparte in his bid to reclaim the territory of the Empire prior to the Battle of Waterloo.209 France restored its monarchy under Louis XVIII, who did not overturn any of the reforms of the revolution. However, Louis did not reign long, and his conservative brother Charles X was not at all concerned about democracy in his government.210 He was deposed by the Illuminists, led again by La Fayette, in July 1830, and Louis-Philippe of the house of Orleans was established in his stead.

Bonaparte’s nephew Louis Napoleon was unpopular before his rise to power, and much of his new support resulted from the incompetence of the July Monarchy of Louis-Philippe.211 The constitution of 1848 was more like the United States Constitution than anything France had yet seen. Napoleon used its democratic powers as well as the resurgence of pro-Imperial sentiments combined with the association of his name with that of his famous uncle to win a landslide victory in the presidential election of December 10.

The loss of France to Louis Napoleon constituted a severe blow to the internationalist agenda. His rule not only became a totalitarian martial dictatorship; it was also an undisputed popular mandate. In particular, Napoleon was given an opportunity to crush a rebellion in Paris in support of the anti-clerical Roman Republic, and this same failed rebellion served as a pretext to begin effecting his draconian policies.212 However, it also served to unite Illuminists in Europe, and only delayed their eventual overthrow of the Papacy.

Napoleon finally overthrew the French Republic in December 1851, and took for himself the imperial title of Napoleon III a year later. The Illuminists fought back with the writer Victor Hugo as their chief ideologue, but the rebellions lacked more than ideological support and were easily suppressed. Napoleon put his actions to referendums, all of which won him virtually unanimous approval for the duration of his reign. His dictatorship was an autocratic police state based on the Illuminist model, but with the Illuminists themselves as the victims of the state’s anti-terrorism policies. He was able to put down every attempt to depose him for 20 years, until finally meeting with the indomitable military might of Prussia in 1870.

Prussia had become the world’s most dominant state through the military conquests of the Illuminist Frederick II (‘the Great’) and his father. Frederick was essentially the most powerful man of his time, and a personal friend and lover of Voltaire. German industrial innovations helped to unify the German states by making the Prussian Army more mobile, particularly with their railroad network as a transportation system. The unification of the German states was mainly the result of the wars which Prussia had fought during the 18th century and the foreign policies of Prince Otto von Bismarck during the 19th. Unification was an ideal of the socialists inspired by the Illuminati, but the manner in which it happened was the way the Illuminists, not the socialists, had imagined; it was an autocratic rather than a socialist affair, virtually identical to Napoleon’s authoritarian government in France.

The effect which Bismarck’s many successes had on the bourgeoisie in Europe was to show them that politics was not an amateur endeavor to be left to the middle-class liberals who had begun leaving Germany in large numbers around 1848.213 (This had been the prevailing thought—in France, at least, but also largely in Britain and Germany—since the American Revolution.) A century later, the very same class of German professionals who had been socialists in 1848 held to the capitalist, nationalist and autocratic ideologies they had opposed at that time. In effect, Central and Western Europe became disenfranchised from each other, ultimately leading to the conflict fostered by German military superiority and European imperialism which culminated in the relatively spontaneous outbreak of World War One.

What Napoleon and Bismarck both did was show that social justice was equivalent to neither liberty nor equality. In doing so, they ensured that collectivism, communism and socialism would never become mainstream ideologies in Central and Western Europe, nor in North America. The Illuminists were able to overthrow the Russian Empire according to plan using socialist sentiments, but in order to institute fascism in a state powerful enough to foment war against it, they first had to invent yet another term and attach an ideology to it. ‘National Socialism’ was created in response to the supposed threat of Soviet socialism, still referred to as communism at the time.

Against the fabricated international Communist Party threat, the Thule Society pushed their new ideology in Bavaria where the seeds of revolution had historically been planted. Using the same Hegelian ideas and ideals, and building on the still-new German national identity, Adolf Hitler rose out of the Thule Society in Munich to become leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party. Consequently, Nazi ideals manifested during and before World War Two are the best case representation of the Illuminist protocols put into action in a microcosmic setting. The theoretically opposing but actually identical ideologies of Hitler’s fascist, federalist ‘National Socialism,’ and of Stalin’s fascist, federalist “socialism in one state,” were the main causes of the war, and of the continuance of the federalist synthesis in the West since then.

 

 

 

 


 


184
“The Enlightenment and Liberalism,” 22 Sep 2002, http://uregina.ca/~gingrich/en318f02.htm.

185 “Boston Tea Party,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_Tea_Party.

186 “Hearts and Minds (Vietnam),” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hearts_and_Minds_%28Vietnam%29.

187-189 “American Revolutionary War,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Revolutionary_War.

190 http://www.apfn.org/apfn/bcolony.htm.

181 “Giuseppe Garibaldi,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giuseppe_Garibaldi.

182 http://www.apfn.org/apfn/bcolony.htm.

193 “American Revolution,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Revolution.

194 A good example of this is the 2002 US Senate election in Minnesota between Norm Coleman and Walter Mondale. Both candidates had started their political careers with ostensibly antithetical ideologies, and later switched party affiliations. Mondale had been awarded the vice-presidency during Carter’s administration, but only managed to carry Minnesota against Ronald Reagan in the 1980 presidential election. In 2002, he was dug out of the woodwork as a viable but only half-serious candidate against Coleman (now a neo-conservative Jew), as the Illuminati feared that another Democrat would take the place of the popular incumbent Senator Paul Wellstone (a neo-liberal Jew), who had been assassinated just days before the election. The Illuminati channeled a huge amount of money into Coleman’s campaign through disproportionate amounts of Republican Party campaign funds. Coleman had been a longshot against Wellstone, and before the campaign Karl Rove had talked him out of running for the state governorship (which he was certain to have won) as he had done in the past. He ultimately won, though barely, which suggests that the election was rigged by Rove, just as President Bush’s had been in 2000. To date, no investigation of Wellstone’s murder has been undertaken.

195 “Carroll Quigley,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carroll_Quigley.

196 “Cecil John Rhodes,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cecil_John_Rhodes.

197-198 Charles Lewis, “How the Gores, Father and Son, Helped Their Patron Occidental Petroleum,” The Center for Public Integrity, http://www.publicintegrity.org/report.aspx?aid=541 (expired).

This article can now be found at http://amazonwatch.org/news/2000/0111-how-the-gores-father-and-son-helped-their-patron-occidental-petroleum.

199 “Fritz Thyssen,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fritz_Thyssen.

200 “Union Banking Corporation,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Union_Banking_Corporation.

201 “Trilateral Commission,” http://www.4rie.com/rie%205.html.

202 “Roster of CFR/Trilateral Commission Members,” American Patriot Friends Network, http://www.apfn.org/apfn/cfr-members.htm.

203 http://www.4rie.com/rie%205.html.

204 Unless otherwise noted all information in this subchapter is taken from Wikipedia’s article on the French Revolution, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_Revolution.

205 “Gilbert du Motier, marquis de La Fayette,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilbert_du_Motier%2C_marquis_de_La_Fayette.

206 “Honoré Gabriel Riqueti, comte de Mirabeau,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honor%C3%A9_Gabriel_Riqueti%2C_comte_de_Mirabeau.

207-208 “First French Empire,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_French_Empire.

209 “Congress of Vienna,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Congress_of_Vienna.

210 “July Revolution,” Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/July_Revolution.

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