Protocols of Sion #1

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

Continued from page 1

History identifies Adolf Hitler as a dominant figure inrepparttar war, so to understandrepparttar 149970 involvement ofrepparttar 149971 secret societies, one must first understand Hitler andrepparttar 149972 origins of his Nazi Party. Many books, articles, and even TV specials have been produced documentingrepparttar 149973 ties between Hitler's Nazis and occult societies, but few have made it plain that Hitler was their creation.

To fully understand how and why Hitler was created, a close study must be made ofrepparttar 149974 secret groups operating around Hitler as well as their connections to military intelligence services.

{Andrepparttar 149975 fallout of their transfer torepparttar 149976 U.S., and South America as well asrepparttar 149977 scientists like von Neumann. Admiral Canaris and K-2 make a real interesting continuing connection.}

Adolf Hitler's Nazis were far more than simply a political movement. They saw themselves leading a quasi-religious movement born out of secret organizations whose goals wererepparttar 149978 same as those found inrepparttar 149979 Illuminati {Bavarian of Weisthaupt.} and Freemasonry. "They were a cult... (and) as with any typical cult, its chief enemies were other cults," noted author Peter Levenda in a well-researched book dealing with Nazis andrepparttar 149980 occult.

Hitler himself acknowledged this by sharing, 'Anyone who interprets National Socialism merely as a political movement knows almost nothing about it. It is more than religion; it isrepparttar 149981 determination to create a new man.... A version ofrepparttar 149982 Protocols first appeared in 1864 in France in a book entitled Dialogue in Hell Between Machiavelli and Montesquieu orrepparttar 149983 Politics of Machiavelli inrepparttar 149984 Nineteenth Century by a Contemporary. It was written anonymously by a French lawyer named Maurice Joly and taken as a political satire againstrepparttar 149985 Machiavelli-inspired machinations of Napoleon III. Joly reportedly was a friend of Victor Hugo and both were members ofrepparttar 149986 Order ofrepparttar 149987 Rose-Croix or Rosicrucians, a secret society that may have influenced his writing. Joly's identity was discovered, and he received a fifteen-month prison sentence for his impertinence and his book was almost forgotten.

Inrepparttar 149988 mid-1890s Joly's obscure book was rewritten and augmented with anti-Semitic material on orders ofrepparttar 149989 Russian Ochrana,repparttar 149990 czar's secret police. It was added torepparttar 149991 work of a religious writer named Sergei Nilus and published to coincide withrepparttar 149992 founding ofrepparttar 149993 first Zionist movement (seeking a return to Palestine) atrepparttar 149994 1897 World Congress of Jewry in Basel, Switzerland. {It is important to noterepparttar 149995 previously mentioned work ofrepparttar 149996 Secretary ofrepparttar 149997 Priory of Sion - one Pierre Plantard de Saint-Clair at Lake Leman or Geneva atrepparttar 149998 time ofrepparttar 149999 Marshall Plan and Baruch, Frank Lloyd Wright and young Kissinger. This is alsorepparttar 150000 central headquarters for arbitrage today andrepparttar 150001 Rothschild money for a VERY long time.} The Protocols were included as an appendix to Nilus's book, partially titled The Anti-Christ is Near at Hand.

The objective was to relieve public pressure onrepparttar 150002 czar by portraying Russian revolutionaries as pawns of an international Jewish conspiracy. The document purported that a clique of Jews {Not necessarily simply ofrepparttar 150003 original tribes of Israel as we noted in The Lost Tribes of Israel.} and Freemasons would join forces to create a one-world government by means of liberalism and socialism, {Hegelian and technocratic} a conspiratorial theory still alive in some quarters.

{Butrepparttar 150004 full extent ofrepparttar 150005 issue is not stated. For example do these authors knowrepparttar 150006 Eire-yanns or people of 'Eire' andrepparttar 150007 people who followed Finn andrepparttar 150008 Fianna arerepparttar 150009 Aryan and Phoenician 'Red Heads' who includerepparttar 150010 Red Headed League of Megalith Builders,repparttar 150011 de Danaan andrepparttar 150012 Phoenician Emporiae owners who traveledrepparttar 150013 whole world beforerepparttar 150014 'nightmare' of Empire?}

The Protocols still chills readers with its prophetic description ofrepparttar 150015 methodology for tyranny by a few. Its message fits quite well withrepparttar 150016 elitist outlook of men like Cecil Rhodes andrepparttar 150017 Rothschilds. "We arerepparttar 150018 chosen, we arerepparttar 150019 only true men. Our minds give offrepparttar 150020 true power ofrepparttar 150021 spirit;repparttar 150022 intelligence ofrepparttar 150023 rest ofrepparttar 150024 world is merely instinctive and animal. They can see, but they cannot foresee; their inventions are merely corporeal. Does it not follow that nature herself has predestined us to dominaterepparttar 150025 whole world?" statedrepparttar 150026 Protocols. ‘Outwardly, however, in our 'official' utterances, we shall adopt an opposite procedure, and always do our best to appear honorable and cooperative. {De Vere says this code between them is notrepparttar 150027 code for those who are literally "food for their table".} A statesman's words do not have to agree with his acts. If we pursue these principles,repparttar 150028 governments and peoples which we have thus prepared will take our IOUs for cash. One day they will accept us as benefactors and saviors ofrepparttar 150029 human race. {This is what de Vere says we should allow his Sarkeny Rend Rosicrucians to do when he offers to return to takerepparttar 150030 full authority for governing us. Gardner is more circumspect butrepparttar 150031 same message is there if you look. We must be VERY careful because de Vere wroterepparttar 150032 foreword to Gardner's books and they are engaged in very 'Obscene Rituals' such asrepparttar 150033 Skull & Bones do with need of melatonin from human pineal glands.} If any State dared to resist us, if its neighbors make common cause with it against us, we will unleash a world war.’

{They had done this for years beforerepparttar 150034 First World War. Arts and Entertainment did a documentary on Rhodes showing he createdrepparttar 150035 Boer War. By not paying debts to thoserepparttar 150036 ‘octopus' financed, many nobles found themselves at war for centuries and perhaps allrepparttar 150037 way back torepparttar 150038 Trojan World War.}

The Protocols goes on to explain thatrepparttar 150039 goal of world domination will be accomplished by controlling howrepparttar 150040 public thinks by controlling what they hear, by creating new conflicts or restoring old orders, by spreading hunger, destitution and plague, {I've shown good evidence that Columbus actually used biologics such as smallpox andrepparttar 150041 Black Death. It is accepted fact that it was done at Fort Pitt. The Flagellants did it to Europe and tried to blame Jews they burned in ghettoes. I have it admitted by Churchill, too; but that should not surprise anyone who knows he gassedrepparttar 150042 people of Iraq, as Colonial Secretary.} by seducing and distractingrepparttar 150043 youth. "By all these methods we shall so wear downrepparttar 150044 nations that they will be forced to offer us world domination," they proclaim.

Some ofrepparttar 150045 twenty-four Protocols bear a brief summary. If any part of them are to be believed, they provide a clear connection to Freemasonry and torepparttar 150046 Ancient Mysteries as well as an amazing road map for world conquest. Becauserepparttar 150047 Protocols were rewritten and attributed to Jews before World War I withrepparttar 150048 intent of inciting anti-Jewish sentiment, their use ofrepparttar 150049 term 'goyim', a demeaning Jewish word for non-Jews, has been substituted withrepparttar 150050 term 'masses'. Pertinent points include:

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Protocols of Sion #2

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

Continued from page 1

{The Gestapo had a lot of citizen help andrepparttar Nazis of Germany would be impressed withrepparttar 149969 denial of citizens going on today. There are strong indicators of major dependencies which lead away from freedom and people aren't even aware they aren't free due torepparttar 149970 legalization and forced attendance at school not in existence inrepparttar 149971 time these ideas were formulated.} -'In our program one-third of (the masses) will keeprepparttar 149972 rest under observation from a sense of duty, onrepparttar 149973 principle of volunteer service torepparttar 149974 State. {Machiavelli might say giving people perceived power to inform on others appeals to a lot of basic human urges.} It will be no disgrace to be a spy and informer, but a merit... how else (are) we to. .. increase… disorders?' (Protocol 17) 'Sedition-mongering is nothing more thanrepparttar 149975 yapping of a lap-dog at an elephant... In order to destroyrepparttar 149976 prestige of heroism, for political crime we shall send it for trial inrepparttar 149977 category of thieving, murder and every kind of abominable and filthy crime. {The invocation of National Interest, increase in mutiny ofrepparttar 149978 sea, fomentation of racial prejudices andrepparttar 149979 like served well for a century or more.} Public opinion will then... brand it withrepparttar 149980 same contempt.' (Protocol 19) 'Until (dissenters) commit some overt act we shall not lay a finger on them but only introduce into their midst observation elements...' (Protocol 18)

{The use ofrepparttar 149981 Weathermen by J. Edgar Hoover was a fine example of this kind of management and encouragement to create a whipping dog to keep others from questioning whetherrepparttar 149982 government was fair and open to criticism. Then they were brought down from within.}

Later Protocols deal with finances. Protocol 20 called for general taxation, 'the lawful confiscation of all sums of every kind forrepparttar 149983 regulation of their circulation inrepparttar 149984 State.' This would be followed by a 'progressive tax on property' and then finally a graduated income tax, a 'tax increasing in a percentage ratio to capital' as well as taxes on sales, 'receipt of money', inheritance, and property transfers. {The lack of actual taxes paid byrepparttar 149985 very rich allows further question. For example Rupert Murdoch is able to get preferred status byrepparttar 149986 creation of Congressional allowances just for him. Donations torepparttar 149987 agencies ofrepparttar 149988 Masons or churches are tax free andrepparttar 149989 investment in certain things they wanted allowed tax avoidance.} There was a discussion of 'the substitution of interest-bearing paper:' money since 'Economic crises have been produced by us... by no other means thanrepparttar 149990 withdrawal of money from circulation.'

The Protocols also discuss at great length - loans, which it states 'hang like a sword of Damocles overrepparttar 149991 heads of rulers, who, instead of taking from their subjects by a temporary tax, come begging with outstretched palm to our bankers.'…

Despite their dubious origin,repparttar 149992 Protocols were taken seriously by many powerful people, including Germany's Kaiser Wilhelm II, Russia's Czar Nicholas II, and American industrialist Henry Ford, who used them to persuaderepparttar 149993 U.S. Senate not to join President Wilson's League of Nations.

The Ochrana's plan worked a bit too well. A counterrevolution took place and pogroms against Russian Jews were instituted by vigilantes called 'The Black Guard', incensed byrepparttar 149994 Czarist propaganda. Continuing instability and violence finally resulted inrepparttar 149995 1905 Russian Revolution, during whichrepparttar 149996 Protocols again were trotted out by pro-czarist elements to inflamerepparttar 149997 public.

Hitler sawrepparttar 149998 Protocols as a real proclamation despiterepparttar 149999 evidence of fabrication. In Mein Kampf he wrote, 'They are supposed to be a 'forgery'repparttar 150000 Frankfurter Zeitung moans and cries out torepparttar 150001 world once a week;repparttar 150002 best proof that they are genuine after all... Butrepparttar 150003 best criticism applied to them is reality. He who examinesrepparttar 150004 historical development ofrepparttar 150005 past hundred years, fromrepparttar 150006 points of view of this book (the Protocols), will also immediately understandrepparttar 150007 clamor ofrepparttar 150008 Jewish press. For once this book has becomerepparttar 150009 common property of a people,repparttar 150010 Jewish danger is bound to be considered as broken.'

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